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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LErHBRlDGE DAILY HE1UU) MONDAY. MAY 31, Mrs lama Peach Goes Up in the Air (By J. 3. K.) Dear -Mr. Editor: I gotla lell you all about it, 1 don'l (hey on unless U was they knew I baJ as Wile nerve us aitytiody in towo, aatf if 1 could fly why anybody should wony. However, this is what come oft. They phoned me Saturday ntte and Mrs. your 10 be our first victim. 1 says come again, are you satire you've KOt the right number. They says sure. KO want you to tsko u. rido on our aeroplane, don't you want to fir? I sed yes 1 eipecls to when iho H. C. of L. rton't worry and I Eft 'u'ly t. Thep be cuts in V.sness Jiko and saya.Hs a' nice day be at the carodrome at 4.50 o'clOL-li.i "Yes" and lia rinjs off before ad- ded "Uke a cats bear." So when we got lae gobs of ew set-3 eat. -ilped'off tmr alabaster brow set-3 for it. We had to Oce thing those' gen who own that plane did, was wreck one honest night's sleep' A poor innocent man 'thafc never dtd no harm. We tossed and (urned, and" did nose Jives and spirals and loop-lbe loops all darn night, and when we jot up it was heavens. (bought our reputation would be saved. But as the day wore on, wo it vras us for in the gSrls. We tried to reason the thln( oul, "there aint no they fly across ,the we wasn't pinning away for 110 ocean trip. Then wo remembered that Ue said. they was only up OC'O j feet Satur- Qawds. cannot even look out a third ttorey window with- out shivering like as !t we were doing the chiuiuile" danca. Height and us don't a in the air, talk about your fulsome wa ruu enough cold and hot presplr- aliona out of oiir'system to stock a tvkJsh bath house for six months. We hath as a rool twice a week but I'd say: at a rough guess, my pores arc clean for. a hote summer., Our heart aint what it used to be either, and ita a lot smaller than it was .Saturday; 1 know because- it got stuck in loy ttiroat IS Umts auil 1 i.ould wsto it evc-ry time, 1 could fairly bile it the lasl fow times. But time and irtanes weight for no man, or woman, so we got dressed in our best clothes atid changed right down to our stockings because..we decided to bo as respectable a corpse as our wardrobe wouM parmH, if came to the that's betn around lor some moons, We tried lo act' our nerve was like moisture I'roin the lields on'a wftidy day. Say. every time 1 passed a telegraph wauCed to go up to It, wrap my arms around it and defie (be 'whole world and u four-horse te'am lo drag ua HAIL! given some thought'lo Insuring your crops agaiusl liail. arc you Insure with? Have you given this serious consideration? Very likely "you liave not. Can wo not reason this togetlier? are (arnicrs, too, AVo know tliat tho commercial IB organized. Arc Wo arc; but we liavc not raken advantage ot our We have been indifferent, and chat is tliG reason that the farmers are being dictated to by other isn't it tinie we got togelber and aland back of organizations? We realize it is. Then let us make mindg right' now lo place our insurance with the FIRE HAIL' INSURANCE CO., which is owned and controlled by the farmers ol .Weslern Canada. REPRESENTED BY THE UNIVERSAL AGENCIES SUITE 5, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 455 HAY FOR SALE IN CAR LOTS IN LETH8R1BGE AND OTHER POINTS PER TON, F.O.B. LETHBRIDGE FOR INFORMATION, -BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING PHONE 1012 OF AGRICULTURE, EDMONTON away from Mother I saw 2 post holes and if they had een eloee enough together for us to both legs in wiUiout EplitUnc kirt, we would dug Queues in and ad some body tamp It weU. we wanted to have the censatlon of being irmly embedde-d to "terror firmer." UelEere us, fellow citizens, if we ever desire to fly we ware wishing we had bit oft our tongue.. But got ourselves well in hand and Uxied out lu the sod baa to the grounds aad tried to smite without cracking our jaw "Fitz" says "OJi there you arc "lama Peach is right" counters us, when do wo dispatch ourselves from theuce right away aays with a com 'oning cmUe. Oh, don't hurry on our account, said us. before we choked on our old pulsifier. It tasted Just Jthe same as !t had the otuer MS times tasto your heart's Jeeves tongue as dry us last summer tried to act like a woman of couldn't talk if we had'to Then "Fiti" gets us inumed'up in 'lying coat and holniet and said, S -here and there, Mrs. Peach, tbat'i where Frits pinked mo ouce in .high and once through tho helmet Sure enough there was the holes al right. Thank Ihe blessed saints, set we, that's ono blessmg no one wil be trying to shoot holes In us. .If any one so.much as. thrpws.apop botll it-re is one that with draws from tills contest. Then some of OILT friends to b real cuto says, Havo you inado you will, Mrs. Peach. I scd, if I made nil will it would be 1 will not go. Then somo other consoling-wit .says Havo you foamed over-for the ambi! That pretty near ou mental applecart. may be a .tis but we aren't going to bite for tba stuff and wo .aren't a piker anyhow. So when we sees "Jock" all set w climes in tucked our skirts around u nnd Fitz buckles us up light. Noi we know >vhat those guys who clinv into the electric chair at Sing feel not to mention tho cbap who are ordered-to be shot at sun rise.- They had it ou us at some die advantages at that. They kuow the are going to be killed and we vrer not sure ou tho su pendera, Then Mr. Man who twist a the pro peller hollers and Joe sings back then battle commenced. .We grabbe'u'hol of the sides and gripped so hard then.Vr'Q come.I and-looks around, and; we was. .sti alive, but merry hell loos the engine sure roars. Then they taxied out over the prai ie a turns around and .face the engine-' idling. AS1 rather began. to enjoy was fincTT-just like a Henry over the-bumps, Tfeen. hollers out "all ;clea Fits" and then, he give her the gun- "we fastc little bump as crossed roadway and up we passed over the heads of the up over tbe stables and away out t wards the aud we vras st alive. Immense, immense. Ju sat there as comfortable as in a cha and the ground slipped by like a gree rug being pulled along the floor, you were-looking down ovor it fro a hole in .tbe No sway, no no eotne the engine, wo felt secure, looked ov first one aide, then the other, tl machine swinging further north, ju a nice little sway, no heart west over North War everything looked beautifully gree i nice little play houses stuck In reg lar order, tlio streets aud avenu stretching at right angles as smoo as ribbons. That's onto in wee! Ihe roads looked .smooth to it The Gait Gardens-- a perfect pictu of correct bisecting angles of gri through green. The sun shining i Iho C. P. K. right-of-way and gliste ing upon the river, and the sloag and Henderson''Lake. You could s them all at once, Ihen over the Poll barracks, back, over No, 3 mine, straight up Fifth street where ,we could see little specks we knew to lie men giving us the up and not the up and down, we were Iho one that looked down. "Jock" poked us in the back and we twisted around to give him the "merry." We had almost forgotten him, but he was the're and wo settled back with, if anything, a further sense of security. And so we and back over a clean, neat, comfortable-looking dty. The houacw each set on Us mat of green. Ovor our own bouse tit n height of 2SOO feet, whore rccog-, nizcti some one very clear to us.giving us the -wig-wag of recognition. Gee it was great. Vfe forgot, nil about the front lawn needing mowing, it looked fine, and the roof didn't scorn to need paint any worse than lols of olhcrn. Oh iloy, we're going to bo an 'tiiis flying stuff is the clear McCoy, j I'll tell Iho Then w over the subway, and we couldn't sco for the lifo of us what Mr. Straker is kicking 511 niueli looked al- right from up (here, HO dfrt St., up from up Him1. Away over the city find across tho coulees that rcrnindixl us of the jiinstiite Mils (lie kids make in the kindergarten, Tlnm over the cemetery --Oh romipded hiivn'l been to a funeral for a long litne. Holy Mackcral. it also rcniinti w, wo had only menially chosen four of our pallbearers that niorninfi-r-ancl wo hadti't-Temeberc'l to see if tlic J'ftdrc was going lo lie in lown al week, Gee Whizz, we had been BO worried we couldn't think of every thing, couitl we? Yes, tho cemetery sure got our goat for a 'split eccond, just Ihcn wo had things lu ot; a run along the ground, Jock giving the to pull ua forward UIl'-wo came gently to a stop within a dozen of where I had first climbed in- 1 had flew. I just want to say that If anybody a" nerves than I got they inuat bare had them grafted on. because 1 am u really woman, oftes 1 shy at paper-on a windy 1 (lew. It's some experience, I wouldn't tare missed (t tor there U absolutely "no sickness, nM5 or b( aa educailon uud au experience that makes one glad they waited till 'tho SMh Century in which lo be tnvde my fllver without asking any- thing to boot for a Curllss, but I want jjock for my chlffoner. Borne boy. Well, so lous. i( you get that tired feeV- tbo the going up with Jock and FiU. Yours the core, (Mrs.) IAMA PEACH. TOBACCO usen AS SHEEP DIP in former times pil tobacco 'tonfts- cated by the English customs author- ities vai destroyed by buruiog in a furnace the king's pipe. Now- all such tobacco, as that which fs. unusable, lor smoking, Js sold to manufacluricg chemists, who turn It Into Bheep dip, insecticides for the'use of gardeners and the like. PRUSSIA UETS ELECTRIC POWER According to press: reports from provincial beard has approved a plan for iuo% uniform; sup- ply of electrjc power, for the province of east -Tha- plants and In- stftllations, the completiou- of wblcK will requtro'ten will, through the development of" water power, in- Bast Pruasla'a electrical supply Independently ut tbe coat question.' CAPT. MOCK" PALMER, D.C.M. "Wlio IB-now personally conuuctl arties "up lu tho air.11 upy imedlate Attention. "Jock" .ro UB a pok'e, and his usual security f friendly, im elicited 'smile, and we new he was up'to There: came. He ehut off tho and Ipped her usage for breaUast and roast beef or dinner wanted to cowc up and see ha I "gaye them a nasty oolc and says yott vineats hare gone ligb to, the lower levels go, you I wasn't re- erring lo the .price either. That going down, down, down with tbe engine Just idling made It possible or us to hear the rush of the wind hrough Iha strnta and braces, and hey were humming a merry tune. ?licn "Jock'" gave, her the guii again or a second or two and then- down mce morev" but wo were used lo it now, and if you want to practiso get n the elefator in the Sherlock block and have the attendant drop you from f he: fifth floor -to the 'the sensation. j you know your scat is attached o the rest of tha machine. Then we recognized the bleeding "golf, jinks] The sand and oil greens looked as small as" the new Canadian wonder we'can't make our approach shots slay on the dashed things; they aren't half large enough.) Mr. McKil- op, please attend to-this. Then another swoop down, with alt the gracefulness hawk after a prlie pullet. Then another'skim up- then a Ike Ihe.crossing on 3rd -Are. and-13th FRENCH PRESIDENT WILL TAKE A REST PARIS. Msy Dca- chauel, who was injured by a fall from a train near a week ago. wilfleave bjr autoinobilo on Thursday for Chateau Do le Montelllere, at Lls sleui, in Normauy, where he .will rest for several weeks; Make good staves and Cooking utensils. The Family SmoKe Eczema or Salt Rheum manifests little which contain -an These break and subsequently a crust is formed, and the intense burning, itching and smarting, especially _at night or when the part is cipose3r'to any strong heat is almost unbearable. The. success Blood Bitters h'ns met with Jn skin diseases of "sccti severity ia ildkjo'iits "woiider- ful-blood'cleansing prop- erliearaud .ve know of-no other rem- edy that has done or'can do, so tnuoL for those who arc almost d'riven to dis- traction with Iho terrible torture. Mr. James .Kiaga'ra St., Hamilton, ,Ont., have been using Burdock Blood Bitters for some monttia past, and an excellent' rcniedy for skin eruptions. I have suffered ivitli eczema 'tor over 2S years, and have tried almost every- thing you could think tH. I was recom- mended to-use Burdock Blood liitters, and I am now clear of my skin trouble. It is certainly a good remedy and I Bhall recommend it to all my friends." Manufactured for over 40 years by The T. Milfourn Co., Limited, Toronto, CHUM" is a family friend. .Gfandfkthers, Fathers and Sons .have; been smoking lor years and years. During this half VOLD CHUM" has grown steadily favour. pipe.smoker appreciates "OLD CHUM" choice Virginia Flake Cut by stored .away until tobacco taite and mellow flavour are J It is this dependable, constant "quality, maiintained f6r has rnarJe "OLD CHUM" the chum of all pipe smokers m Canada. ileage from T" iires MANY tires which because of long, hard -driving or accidents give only average mileage, could be made to give unusual mileage simply by the use of Goodyear Reliners. This Goodyear Reliner is a Tire Saver produced by Goodyear to help car- owners keep down tire costs. They are complete new linings, of new fabric and rubber, shaped to fit the inside of the tire. Cemented in, they strengthen any tire weakened by shocks or other injuries, often increasing the mileage 25% or more. v You can easily and quickly apply a Goodyear Reliner to ;your casing Or if you prefer, your repairman will apply it for yon at little extra cost. See any Goodyear Service Station Dealer or your tire repairman. RELINER ;