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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIUUY. MAY 17, THK LETHB'RIOGE DAILY PAGE THIRTEEN' Appeal of German Cnlholics for Better I'cai-e Terms is Answered FIOMK. May entire (ier- Jnan episcopate ha! addressed volt- lion to Ilia pope praying for his good offices to inttlsate II" conditions ol peace which. In their Juosincnl, it la "impossible lo fulfill." Dene- diet, with a view to co-ojk-rallng In the speedy re-establishment of a last- Ing and humanitarian peace through- out (he world has taken steps to lake tho iicllllon to onn of Iho most Import- nut delr-KiUions ai peace confer- eiice with Iho object ql having the conditions Imposed on Germany so modified to r.iako thorn The Pope's Answer' 1'ope Benedict Sho--.visiting clergymen that It was impoaslblo Tor the Catholic church lo take part. In the proposed world coDlcreuce. The popo'sald that as successor :o Sain Peter, tho vicar of Christ has no greater ik-slro than there should hut one told and one shepherd. added that Ihe leaching ana practice ot the Catholic church uu- lly o! Ihe visible church Is well known to every one, therefore. It wautil not bo posslblj for the Catholic church to participate lu the confermce." The eipialnod ha vrlihod to disapprove of the par- ticipation In the conference o( thoao who an uot united In church ot St. Peter, but ou the- contrary, he earneiUy deslroa and praya that "those fake part In euco may. by the greco ot Cod. see the light and re-unite with the vUlble hsa-1 of the church by nhora they will be re? celled with open arms." After the visit to the Vatican, deputation issued this uole: deputation regrets that tho Komau Catholic church will not bi represented In tha world conferenc 5 substantially all ot Christendom ms promised to co-operate. The prep arations for the conference will pro -eed and the deputation will coutlnn work until Invitations are prweul to those communicants wbk-b bai not yet been reached." Cardinal Intervention Hartmann, arcbblsrjop of Cologne, ha requested Pope Benedict lo Interven in. the situation between tho allle powers and It order to pr Uot Germany from the comple breakdown which menaces her. In his appeal, the cardinal assert: that the peace conditions would mean the utter ruin of Germany and a cruel separation from their rights ot 000.000 Inhabitant! of the country. to. Carr, Who Was at Storm inz of Vimy Ridge Jakei Ufe Partner (From Our Own FRIDAY, May of the hap. plost and most aocial events of the occurred on Wednesday, May 4th at 8 p.m.. In the' Hall which was tastetully decorated tor occasion, The eteut was the marriaje ot Pte. Jobtl Watson Carr to Miss Jane Dryboufch Paterson, only daufh Wr ol Mr. and Mri. William Palerson The jTOom jupported by his brother, Mr. Albert Carr. while the bride was attended by Miss Jeai Pyper and was given -away, by he father. The service was conducted b: the IUv. A. C. Bryin In of some 60 adult euests airtl 30 cal dren The bride woo was gowned In i dress ot Belgium blu silk trimmed with white chiffon, wor a panama hat and' carried a boaijuc of carnations and Alter fellc-lta lions hd been to the nuptla couple! air iat down lo lablbes lade with, toothsome delicacles.auil crow ed with a magnificent wedding cnk IhTe c'riflsnianshlp ot Mrs. Ocorg sister ol the groom. As sot oxer the, floor w cleared .pf the evenin spent by young- and: old In dancin the music betne furnished by a Inc orchestra oi :A fca'u rare.In the west least, was the presence ot tho paren as weir as ot all Ihe brothers and Mi- ters of both contracllng parties. The rest ot the company consisted ot Whl> Uatil MM. ALEXANDERMUNRO :jf K.K. No. 1, Lome, Ont "For over three years, I. confined to bed Durioff Ihat time, I Had treatment from n'uulic' of doctors, and tried nearly cierylWngl saw advertiied to cure ItheumltUm, without icceiving any benefit. Finally, I decided to try 'Pruit-a- Bcforolhadusedlialfabor, I noliced to improvement; the pain was not so fiavere, and the swelling atartid to (co down. continued ttHitf I His fruit nt- ditint, improving all the time, and now I can walk about two miles and do Ufht about the place11. boi, 6 for f2.M, trial 25c. At all dnalera or sent postpaid oa near relatives and Intimate friends, so _- -_ _ 11 that thc.galherini took nn lie com-i receipt of pnce by Fmt-.-U erion ot a family. Thel Limited, OtUwa. opularily of the bride, who has resid- d in Taber for a number; ot years A Real Whole Wheat Food EC WHEAT Ready-Cooked, Ready4o-Eat FIJEL SAVES FOpD SAVES HM4UTH For any Meal with Milk or Cream MADE IN CANADA.OF CANADIAN WHEAT 1 in iauei iui as attested by the many and valuable resents received. The grooms gill 0 Ihe bride was a handsome cut glass rater set. Pte. Carr WES one ot the 'aber boya who enlisted with the 3rd C M. H.'s going.overseas lo England n June. 1915, and lo Prance in Sep- ember ot the same year. W 19W he ought at In othpr engage-1 ments thar season. In 1917-he took1 lirt in the Sommo'drive and .was one f heroes Ihat stormed Viiny Rldee. Cominj down with trench fever he iras seat back-to a hbspiUl in Man-. Chester and' was invalided home In June, Many.i'of the Canadians ever victorious on battle field, fell captive as the records'show, to tho charms of the maids of Britain, 1 ranee and Flanders, but Pte. Carr is one ot the Vallanls .all these blandishments arid returned to the old sweetheart In Canada, So her's lo Ihe rue love.lhat seas nor War's cupid's glances lould duench! Afte'r.the honeymoon ii over Pte. and MrJ. Carr will malic their home in Calgiry, for a few months where iaipursulng one of Ihe course.i.provlded. tor returned sol- diers by the Dominion goverfimenl. The vl'om'an's Guild ot St. Theo- dore's -church will a pantry sale In the OdSfelloWa on Saturday 31st. i; AnothVf Soldier Home Corporal Naish, one of the, Taber boys who-did. his bit overseas, relumed home on Wednesday afternoon. Another veteran -who has relumed ecently from France Brand. A young son and heir was.born on Monday, May 12th, at the Tater hos- pllal lo Mr. and Mrs. Cecil.Mahon. The lion. Archie McLean, provincial ninisler of public'worlss, was in town on Wedneaday. it' of Mrt. Carey On Saturday, May iam .Carey passed away at Thursday. Mr. Anthony March W. F. Nelson ot Lethbriilge, were guestV al the manse on Wednesday and and family have moved to Lelhbridge and their home has been rented to Mr. -Tollman C. P. R. agent. The court house grounds are being graded preparatory to1 a cement walk a new fence, shade trees, a gorgeous lower garden and other what nots. The Royal Hotel, not to be outdone has already decked Itself out In two :oats of paint with green trimmings while the McCallum house is cbyerine up Ha nakedness _as fast asyjohi Johansen can wield his, brush; An i these 'are 'Supt. Fo did noi reallle the epidemic he wa letting loose 'fijton the h scrubbed up fence' arid.pu those golden Vails the stand. Men ought' 16; be, care tul. Fine Rain Toronto the good has a t hours rain. Now comes .Taber's 'turn Jupiler Pluvius is wa erworka at this present vigorous style. Logged Off Lands Capable o Providing. Farms For 100 Soldier Farmers (Frem Onr Own CorrMDOE'Jtnll CRBSTON. B. C. May man Netems and Uirettor of the uroviriclal land setllemenl board, spent a couple- of days here thli weei. loot 'ins for tracts of land upon which to locate soldier-fanners, hundreds o! whom have registered with the board as desiring to eo on the land under the advantageous terms offered by thjs. provincial body. The visitors were autosAl over the Valley, and made a vrwv- thorough examination ol an S WO acre tract ot the Canyon City Lumber Co., Ltd., in the Canyon City section is logged-oft lands lor the most part and can be readily got under cultivation. The purchase Is al- most certain to be if the boaM'a recommendation to the depart- ment of agriculture U favorably re- ceived. It te provided to si" each man 40 acres! live of which will be cleared for him. At least toldler agriculturists will come here within ninety days 11 the deal goes through. Creston Fruit Growers' Union yes- terday unloaded the first ot a sii-oar order ot fruit crates and cups for the handling of the 1619 small fruit crop. Jn this car there were 160.000 pint hal- ocks for sirawbejTles and raspher- ea and ,4-pound baskets for urns. Tvlth 700 made-up raspberry ratrt. linion. will be shipping rom sii afferent points lu the' Valley his yeaf.'ajd lo expedite shipping the .rectors navViust purchated a new 'ord car 'for the use of the manager. Jo's. Heath, who. received his horie1 only a tew days ago, atter two ears overseas sen-ice, left on Sunday or Invermere, where he bas been ap- pointed to the'-Etatt ot the Dominion f So catji la naek. .'I iam uarey passcu lospital after an opertldn fijom .which she failed to rally. The deceasert'was 0, lllulraul 48 years of ago, had lived in Taber and j-j Peduzii 23, E. Royce 22. vicinlly for about 10 yearn, and was afee 6? highly esteemed by all who knew her. X. Her death has a great shock and sorrow to the whole community. Site leaves behind her to mourn her loss a liusband and 'two daughters, Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. George'Al- lison The funeral service was held on Tuesday in the Methodist chureb of which-she was an honored member md wa's conducted by the Hev. Thos.: r'hllp, assisted by the Revs. C. Cook j arid'A. C: Bryan. Tho body was then, conveyefi 10 the cemolery for Inter- M-i'.Tomas Sneddon president local 0. W. V. A. has recenlly been all- pointed road inspector for Ihe Taber itlsUlcl. W. M. S. MMiS On Wednesday afternoon Ihe W. 51. S.'-'of Knox church held its annual thonkofterlng mctling at Ibc manse; A large number of ladles were present, a good ottering taken and a fine pro- gram reninrcil. Tho chief tealure of Ihe program was an Inspiring address on Iho Forward Movement by Mrs McClonaghan ot I.ethbrldKO. Refresh monls werc'scrvod auu an cnpoyahle social llmo also spent. Ocncral J. S. Slewart, L'.iplaln 13. C. McKcnzIo, Captain A'. If. Donoon'anrt Judge Jackson of l.elbhrlifgc, paid llio lown a flying visit on Thursday last., Mrs. Chns. McClcnaghan and Mis. intb'b'OT shipped to C ._. The a' couple" of auction room proprietors In tSa't city: operations-are more active this T.eaf.'than Jor hair ft .do-nui ssas- ons backs. At. present .Oontraotor Htn newireslderices under con- sli-uctionjfbr S.'-A: Jas. Stodts iTBd" Hiyden- I the public school was "closed the early week, the teacher, Sllss-KarieVlwingliaid up with the ah a no substitute .being ob laloajjie. .The flu trouble, which Ipoked serious a few. is now -well In hand, ail We. serious cases being out of danger. O.'C: ShahWand ot Cranbrook, D-D G.M., paid Lodge ai official visit last night, and was tend tred Iho usual supper after lodge pro ceeillngs, TV3th UIB return of the over Eeaa men the attendance of this lodge is resuming ,old time proportions. Crestnn Boys' 'and Girls' high school jus been advised -that they have won firs prize1 in tho provincial conipetilio open to all schools In B.-, C. for thel 1318 gardening effort, including tit awards received al the schools' dl play at the various school and regula tlcih fall fairs last fall. This was home gardening effort which included vegetables and floweis.'Tho prize Is library of .eight books on agricultur- al topics. At the Creston toard ol trade meat- ing last night it was .decided to apply .V. uray (U, u. nelson DO, wyrris jng night 11 was .decided 10 apyiy D.'Snhdqulst C7, A. Davidson-66, B.! to [be Trophies Bonrd at Ottnwa Oalbrntlh 66, SI. Bowman :CB, %4 IA-1 f0r two field wtftch will be used grain 64, II. McDonald 84, E. Dlckout {or decorative ettecf with the Midlers' 63, A. AJtkcn J.-Vanllaarlem 62, memorial slalue which is'to h-j.erecl- E. Blander 62, O. I.athrpp 02. Ci. Mor B. "Olander tz, vj. i.ainrop u. ecl this summer, risen 'Cl', T. B. Baldcrson i Mountain View ranch HocKof.poul y UI, considerable of .a record >J, fj MPP UO( VI} IIUI16 u. Green B7. C. Sang 57, U Dunham 60, last month both in egg production aa proanrtTi mui mine LUC solfcrs, brtught out'231 chicks.' Each lilrcl hnd IS eggs to operate on. Poiif women have been appoinled by Ontario government lo conduct a meclicdl survey ot Ihe province. FOR INFORMATION APPLY J. QOnOON, DEPOT 'flCKET ,AOENT, LETHSRIPOE. Know, the joy and h.ppineu thtl corou io one thru pjSJKuinj k skin of ptiKw tnd bauiy. tfftUlnt.t It out yo Grade N. Grant H. OrAbii Ilntch 15, A. -Hiltner 73, 71, Hicks CD, 1'. Denoou CO, M. Hyssop 59, WJ-'Hc'riderson 5S, A. HnmlHon 56, T. N'obles 66, n. Kor- ean 'M, K. Farrow SI, A. Crawford 51, G.' Prosper SO, McK. BaEeman 50, A. Ahrcns 47. B. Jones 47, T. Andrew (6 Fairlleld 40. average C4. English Literature Grade IX B. M. Wardmnn S2. .1. Johnson 78, G M'cMnkcn 77. B. Olander 76' Snnil nnlsl 76, C. Vincy 75, 'M. Scott 73, U McQueen 72, H. Kahnars 70, M. Tomp- jlris B. Scllens C6, TV Tnylor 65, ti. Uracnbach Ci, II. N'olan 62, b. Scotl 62, Scllzer 61, .1. Mcllvcna 59, J. Slor- rissey 69, C. Morris fifi; A. Little 62, Tiller. 52, M. Reid. Kenim 60, 0. McClaln ,461.0. 46, V. 1'clcrs'otf 3j. Class av- Grade X Commercial B. Jones 96, U FeliutGln 80, 0...... Patrick 78, B. Ahrens 78, M. -Horn 10, 3. Bljby 60, Average Grade IX Cornrnerclal lA. fngram 90, Knnprnan 80. W, Slonely 76, H. Oowln 76, T. Xe.Mler.74, M JiocAdoo 70, G. rBenriett M Smilh 68, 0. Hosnlne 68; A..tMcVcan 66, O. Diwson Cl.-T1. 'Allen CO, Ben nelt 68, N. Oelger 58, 1'arXer 54 J> 52, Oo'oJman SO, K. 48; r'rache Clirislle H. Av i 24 and 25, Block 93, sllualed.on the corner ot ,4lh Avenue anfl uth Sireel South. .1 purchased this properly from William In 1912 cash. This house has not been vacant durihr my Possession.- Mr. of Crystal Dairy Company is the present tenant' r 3J niw.V Aveau. South, netwecn 15lh -and purchased this in 1912 from Mrs, rrith for S300 This house has'never vacant. Mr. Ire a of tho Crystal Waliy Is the p'resenl tenanL Lots 34 and 35, BIo6k 38, slt.Hed on Clh Street goulb adjoin- ine Assinlhola Music Company's store. .These were purchased In mt tm own'; others1 inter-- cslefl. A first 'class 'building site. i IXJLS 13 to 5. This IB Xo. 1005'. Avenue South, the centre houso or a: block of live houses, and wns until lately 'occupied' by Mr. George Maclcoil. This house has had.conslder- ,'able improvements iriade-Inside, by Mr. Macleod; _ HardwoOJ floors, etc.. At present it is occupied by Mr. McLar- en! I traded Mr. Macleod for IWs-well -worth MoOO, A. T.ry good and i central home. FULL ENQUIRIES OF THE TENANTS As this Is a'1 forced sale, made by the Merchants Bank, It-la to my personal interi'st to give ai much publicity as possible, tberefort i On SATURDAY, June 14th AT 12 O'CLOCK IN THE COURT HOUSE' I BE PRESENT IF.Vo'u ARE LOOKING FOR GOOD BUYS. '1 would appreciate your attendance. I Will Sell any or all of ttt Pro- at any time before the Sale J ARTHUR HAYR Auctioneir: FRAN K WADDINGTON HOHNfk w A ORE AT comfort in tht of sumratrl No hot lo bother wlth-ne n to. cmy out. i, vicKa to clean. And i BO fud is chsaper than kerosene. Flofence i with a McClary's Succta oven h ths.foiett, outfit youi :'coul_d i V Call M see !h? Automatic BCtual operation. Full Information about the Florence OH lip sent free to nnjf address upon'request (o our nbareat Branch; ofllce. ;