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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGUTVVBI.YS THE LKvimnman DAILY i SATURDAY. OCTODKK 11, 1010 Whoever enjoys a perfect. cup of deli- cious, ,find an added pleasure in a cup of Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND'' COFFEE. In >i, 1 and 2 pound tins. also fine ground for Percolitorj- Never aold ia bulk. CHASE SANBORN. MONTREAL. ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin nt All without the "Bayer Cross" For Tain, Rheumatism. Aeh-jpipVsvge which conlainj complete dt- hur Lumbaso, Sftatica. Xeu; Then you arc getting am! for IToadachp. Keitralgia, the genuine yre- lauir, nmc- Toollauir, Eemclrf, take .-vribed br phjsirians for- over nmc- mLh the name "Bayer" 07 "Sow in Cinada. yea ETC net takin? at "all. Hand7 lin toses containin-r 12 tsb- Accvp-t onlv TachtJ crjlsLs cost hut a tew wnts. in uotrotea :ell brger packages- There Is onl7 ono Ton mifst say "Buyer" lifibo H3f.f ir-.ark la Ciaadml of BijTr Mir.ufacture ct Moso- W l Aiplrtn V: lamped wliti ibttr "Ilaj-cr Crosi." oC Btyrr Conpinr They Go Hand in Hand Bai lecth and bad health are Itt- Eeparable cronlea. GocJ and the sworn enemy ot bad health. Such leelh In" fact are the guardians of tho Why .-.TJlho-at ihcse fsithtul slaiirart protectors. them with erery care eration, and tbej-ivlll repay you a thoui- asi-Ic1.---I--ths lisht.ol modern dentist--' ry. you may have an eicuse but no reason (or bad leeth. If you dread a denial or are afraid of the cost, consult us without delay. We trill set your mlcd at rest on bolli points. Dentistry As We Practice It Is a Gentle Art nichards, formerlj- In charge of our fcrldge bas noff no connectioa whatsoever with our practice, i 1 f y Drs. Bruner, McLaren Nelson K High Grade American Dentiilry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lelhbridge Hotel, Letbbridge LETHBRIDQE. ALBERTA CALGAHY EIGHTH AVENUt C. EDMONTON AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS Haying received instructions from Mr. Gus tJnn, ralio has Sold bla tarn, the ilnderslsncd will sell tr public'auction vand 'ivlthoiit reserve, at his The North West'Quarter of Section 28, Tp, 8, Rge. 19, W. 4, located three miles south and four miles east of Coaldale Station. Monday, October 20th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK 1 fi-holc range; 1 hcaltng atove; 2 iron 2 John Deere .Eang viol's. 12 and Inch; 1 3-boUom Cockshull plow, U inc-h; ;1 InLt-rnalicnal double disc drill; 1 John Peero double disc harrow; M rtfsc Jobn Deere; 1 Dalac 1 SlcCormlcJc Decring wheel rake, 10 K 1 frost Wood binder, 3 ftct; 1 Deerlng binder, 7 il.', 1 Junior overshot slacker; 2 Bull 3 bay racka; 3 wagons; Z b6ln work harness; 50 chlcjcens; .-1 cream separator, Red Slat; 2 oil drumfc; 4 milk cov.i; 2 sprlne 10_ head work hones, weighing J205 lo 1600; 1 colt, 2 ?yeari; 2 ycarllftp coltfl. f M4n7 amill ftrtfclee (oxr numerous to mention. cash. On ampunls over jtlm'e wllKbe giVen iibul 0ct approvcfl-hotea at 8 .cent 5 per cenf. flfl Ilihe for cash. 1530; 1 Gtftxllson 3e0aralor, Doth In -prder and. all TBltMS on these; One-third caah and balance till OcL. 1 on ap jsrored note at 8 per ccnr, wMh 5 Ccnl. discount for cash. Peter Auctioneer D, J, McSwain, Clerk 'i'... Land Agency, Lethbridge, SAN' FHAXC1SCO. Oct. i. Maynard, tbe "flying parson." arrived U was unofficially estimated thai Mavnard's actual flying lime from., Mineola. X.Y. to Saa Francisco. 3 Jl3- of 2.101 miles, was 25 hours, ?2 minutes, seconds. On last Lip HK.VO, Xiiv.. Oct. May- nan! took the air at a.m. on ihe veil to ihe last lap o( his transconti- nental fllshl. He last 19 minutes In as to find the field here, landing at His machine was work beautifully, lie said1, and ex- pected (o Lake lunch in San Francisco. Lands- in Nevada RE.VO, Xer., Oct. B. IV. Maynard, leading the westbound fliers, anded at Baltic .Mountain, Nerada, at S.13 this morning. Weather Unfavorable CHICAGO, Oct. unfav- orable weather over A large part of ;he country, army aviators today con- Inucrt their transcontinental flight and aerial lest contest. FJiers battled wiih -aJn in the cset find high vluds fn :he west, while weatber in the central slates was nnsel'Uti.' It is elected lhat. the leaders iviH reach Xew York and San Francisco, Inlshing-the fjrst.half, this after- noon. Carl "Spats early in the day gained the lead In the race from San .nclsco to New York, while Lieut. il. BmiUi in place. Capt. Smith lost his-way In a heavy rain seven miles soulh of. Cleveland and broke a strut t and propeller In making a forced -landing. The machine over- turned in a ditch, but CapL Smilh es- caped la jury. Major Spate and Lieul. 1 arrived satelv in Buffalo shortly before noon, tho iurintT leaving for Rochester at 12.40 pjn. They express- ed in reaching New York this afternoon, despite the'bad Hying conditions. Lieut. B. W. Maynafii. the "flying spent the night, al Ealduro, Utah, there at 6.47 a.m. lor lie Mountain, Nevada, which he reached at S.13. Tbe last report said lie was speeding toward. Ban Francisco wilL the expectation of arriving there shortly after noon. Lleiit. H. C. Drayton, who Is second iii the group, cipec.tcd lo reach the Pacific coast before dark today. Lieut. U S. third In ib? nife wo ST. nard. was list heard from at Syiliiey, Nebraska. All tho ll'.'iTi coiuplilutJ ol-- high winds. Wash Olit Your Pores With Cuticura Soap And have a with trouble and titties eipense. Con- trast this wmjte wholesome twtrooU with urdorcc reasasiag and other the ttct v tbe of (he finccr. wish off ia fire minutes with Cuticun Stojp tad Rmx tejid wUer. dry itnOr tad vat pa a gnua of Cuicuxa SMP. Otctirent cui squash the pumn- k ns. Jlosb! Don't wake the witches. It Will Pay You Well to look after the clothes that you have. New ones COST TOO MUCH Send your worn suits and clolhes of every kind, both for men and women, and have them Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired, and We will return them to you LOOKING LIKE NEW. X We Have the Only Modern Power Plant in this part of the country." The systeni we employ is the only one that completely removes the smell of gasoline. We can please you. Give us a trial. Our motto: "Quality and i Lethbridge Laundry Co., Limited Phone 451 C. S. Farrow. Manager aMyjbai; In the Consolidated School at CHICAGO. Oct. fliers in airplane race beLween Mineola, X.Y., and San'Fran- Cisco Uie Jourth day ol ike com- letilioQ, expected to complete the irst rmlf of their journeys. .Deterred iy a minor-accident in bis-planned completion in three days, BeJvfn W.' tbe "tlying. eade'r in tbe race, w-as prepared this morn'ng to take-off lor Ine Pacific rotn Salador, Utah, Ilia over-night slop- ping place. In the forefront of "tlie caafbonnd liers for and the rival ol Lieut. MaynarJ, Capl. L. II. Smillt this mbrning "was at Bryan, Ohio, con- rol point, where lie was overtaken ate yesterday by Lieut. E. C. Kiel and Major C- Sparlz. They expect to make Mineola before snnsel today. The contest today between the three eastbound Iliers apparently would vie in Interest with the performance of the "sty pilot" in his unexampled westward [light Ljcul. Maynard this morning had only 51S miles of hla journey left, aflsr.fljlng miles Lu three days. The castbound trio, headed until late yesterday by Capt. Smith, had 650 miles lo fly toiay to Mineola. They had covered miles from San Francisco. INTERCOLLEGIATE RUGBY At First. Queene 1, Varsity 1. -Second quarter: Vanity 10, Queens 2 At Montreal First fiURrler: Tigers G, Montreal 0. Second quarter: Tigers 6, Montreal 0 Third quarter: Tigers 6, Montreal 2. At First-quarter: Argoa 1, OUawa i. 0 -I 4 O THREW PEPPER IN EVES; ROBBERS GOT f. 4 CLEVELAND, O.. Oct. Six rolibcrs thig morning held up the paymaster of Ihc Mnmiiel Kmerson company In the lobby of a Euclid avcnuo buiUHng and after (hroyving pepper into his -J face, escaped In an automobile with Jlf.OM. which the pay- master carried In a money bag. -'t ff f, tf f, 'f ft 't ff 'r ft A complete with K'O hollies and one barrel of Iliuor, was found on tne pf'cmlsea of FranJi Hamilton. PATTEREON-BELL HAY AND GRAIN CO. Union Uanlt Chambers, Lelhbri'lgc, tin Ilx. you up with your Winter Kecd In Quality, Price and Prompt Shipment. 552..; Next Tuesday: arid OCTOBER 13, 14, AFTERNOON 'AND EVENING ,i An Exceptionally Fine Course. r Entertainment Music i This Chautauqua program offers you and your children good, clean, wholesome entertainment and instruc- tion. The lecturers are of international reputation, and the musical companies are among the very best who have appeared on the big summer Chautaquas in the Dominion in seasons past. There will be six splendid programs. If you go to the 1 arge cities and hear. lecturers and music, the like of which Chautauqua brings you will pay from one io iwjj dollars for each program. Afternoon Program .begins p.m. FJv S.oo'.p.m. MONDAY Program In. Character. Sketches and Whoic- Eom'e Amusement Hcndry Company "Tallow. Ulpa" ..J.......'.., Robert Parker-Miles TUESDAY Enterloinmbnt The Venetian v Vocal and Instrumental Music ..Tne Venetian Trio Inspirational Lecture "Playing the Game" or "J.lbcrlj' and Law" Captain Wood Brigs; WEDNESDAY Prclmlcx, Vv'itepafcle's Inslrumontal Quartette "r'orcCE lhat Help or Hinder Ihc Progress of a Nation" Mrs. A. C. Kehncr Kvcning Cfranrt Cloaing .WJtepshic'a Instrumental Quartette In clanalca] afld Olive MrCorinlck, llic noted I'rirfia Donna tivo gron'ps of Rbngs, Tickets 11.75. CHILD'S Season Tlckcla Jl.OD "War Tax Not Included" Season Tickets on tale at J. D. Co. drug store. Only a limited number will be sold. Get them early. Single 50c, Evening 75c Two of the Splendid OLIVEj-McCORMICK Miss Olive McCormick.'Rrima forrnei'-" ly sSioisf with the Pittsburg Symphony Qrch'es- Ira, his been s'ecijifed-for' the Chaulauqua Pes- (ival in joint, concert with .Wilepskie's Jnstru-, mental Quartette. r "Il'.is a rare thing) to Hear a singer so musically satisfy ing ih-alj registers.'SyKether a selection is 'a .Te.trazzini operatic'javorite, or a by, she sings it exquisite grace, simplicity and artistic sentiment. WITEPSKIE'S INSTKUMENTAL QUARTETTE Tile brilliant young Russian Director, Meyer Witepksie with his widely known Quartette, will ,come to the Chaulauqua Festival on the third and closing Bolh afternoon arid evening programs will feature stirring patriotic airs as well as the great classics. Their appeaance on your program will be' .one oj the most note- worthy of. the ".three joyous days." is a director among di- rectors. He knows music and he knows his aud- And he loves lo thorough- ly.gejnerods.'iri-his' offerings and encores. Mus- yical critics everywhere enthuse over {he sparkle, life and brilliancy which he secures in "his in- terpretations. 4.. ;