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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN* Tttfl LETHBRIDGE DA1CY HERALD BOY TREED A BEAR : AND THEN SHOT II Magrath Lad a Good Marksman -Injuries to Magrath Sol-, dlcr Now in Hospital .ties will tie turlinr par- (From Our own cvrrMip indent i "M:\grfvth. l?eyit. ^ T1,'N aivminl JneetinR of the MiiRrath Branch of ihe Hod Cro�s will ho heltl or. Mniiii.n. yepctmher "nth. A mectiiip ot i!u directors will lie called this week anil plans mnde l'ov ;\ coml vil.'-.-> alii.- even �iilK for nil. The meeting will he for tho inirpu?'' of clectiiiK new officers and hcwniiK ih'" renoit o the lias; year, but no iloulit at; oM-.-lleiii pro jiram of music and *\ on Saturday rvriiliiK. The quests injo>ed the evov-Jup immensely mill after the jiuw en joyed refreshments at Hall's liomo. Mrf. I.iiuiie Taylor > n'-'-rtained a number of her friends at h�*r home on Tti'sday afternoon. .\Iessr-. ^kouson aad J>>fi>:iis and Mr". Weed of liuymor.d Mere visitors in town on Sunday in the in'crest of Jdr I A. Work. Airs. Smith, of Mod.cine Hat. has i'een visitlnp her parents Mr. and Mrs ){ W. lirm.'shau for ih" |>asi v. orX. Merrill X"ilsen. one of .M;i�i-;uh'� SoutiR turn i'Rs offered his s>'r> it  -to his country. II- has heen ,:ivept"i] in the Klyuii: .i>s h" has a fculiet ho!- through his hand. The Mioses .'darty Hre-n nr.d .M.cry * I at km spent the week end with friends in I.e'hhridte. Mr. II. W. Jlradshau- and f.t.-ivl> |��m- retttined a:ter speiuliti^ ntos: of the summer in the tuo'.tn'uins near the Wateron Lakes where he has heel: JwisturiUK his sheep. Mr. 'Hradshow t=ay� ;hi hears have Iven bothering quite had this summer and have taken ii l..rge nunther of his sheep. None of ;heui have heen raptured until the ntber day Mr. Uradshaw's sun Evans, npe 1"> years, succeeded in bringing r hie fellow to the ground. Krans was ,�i'i; with the sheep when a'.onfr earns 'Mr. Black Bear. The fir?t shot hit Win in the shoulder and the old bear �-limbed a tree. Evans was more interested than ever and shot again and was at\ excellent marksman, hittintr jitralgiu between the eyes. Mr. Brad-chaw hat l>ridge. will give a musical pro gram consisting of "An K.v cuing With I'rofessor Evan Stephen*. " I'liey will sing I'rof Stephens' anthems, choruses, trios, duets, etc Alt irieiuhors of the choir are urgently reipiested to a; t"nd all practices. Mrs. Bevnioc lbidU-y entertained a' lie: home on Thursday afternoon. Mrs Klva Vlarker is ui the Van Haarlem hospital. Lethhridgi. wh.Te s':ie iind-Twent an uperattou for up-pei'.d'.cltis. h: present. Bom to Mr. and on Saturday- a girl. From latest reports Mr Wm Men-dt-lkow. who uj nt preser.', in the hospital. I.ethhridge. II- is progressing nicely after his operation. A number of Magrath people motor--d to Raymond on Friday 10 attend the funoraT services of Mr. Cox The Red Cross wish hi acknc,.vledge with thanks the receipt of S-CJ >;n from the primary association and >'..'."' from the Ladies' Aid. the amount received from the day's sewing lunch in the Red Cross rooms. The rooms were in i'hnrpe of Mesriame* Cope and Coleman on Saturday 14th. The neat sum of 544 fiO wag the amount cleared These ladies now have the honor of clearing the largest amount in oiv afternoon's sewing VATICAN SAYS BE IRE EXPLICIT THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19,1918 is progressing nicety Mrs. I.mi Marker Rome. Sept. 1?.-In a long article, which is taken as reflecting the views of Vatican officials, if not the pope | himself, the Con-tore OTtaltn, the | semi-official organ of the Vatican, de- � clares that Austria should ho more j explicit in her dec'.araturn*. ; The oh! sulrerfilges that the note � untlouhted!y curie? show the desperate need of peace." the article says, i "There is no peed for secret confer- : onies when President Wilson and , others already have set forth the al- i lied conditions. There is no doubt that t'.ie note was inspired by Berlin. I With the caution of Mitulenbiirg unsuccessful we will now see a return to, the subtleties of diplomacy. The note '� is equivalent to a confession of mill- , tary weakness. It is a sign that the i 'atal hour has begun for them when  they must submit to the allies' peace. "In the year (�*- lPl't. they were offered peace, now they ask it. but in : what spirit do they ask peace?'' F E TO BE SOLD AT N. Y. Xew York. Sept 1?. -More than 1.-CvVifiii pel's valued at J.l.m'il.nfiO on show here today will he soid at the annual fall a'.icMoii of raw furs, beginning next Monu.iy. Several thousand are German-owned and will be sold for the account of A. Mitchell Palmer, alien property custodian. While there if r.a scarcity of fox. marten, lynx and other fancy furs, there is a shortage of the so-ealled staple I'.iis. including raccoon, skunk anil muskrat. Record high prices are expected. Paris. Sept. pi.- The government has fixed prices for wheat and other cereals from the i'.'Ift harvest, till showing a slight reduction from the l'lls rates. Wheat is reduced two francs i about 1'i cents under norma! J exchange ratesi to 74 fraiics for t;'. francs for leo kilogram--; mixed wheat and rye.' tie: while millet. 7".; red millet. IS j and beans. Sit. j Victor Boret. minister of provisions. | declared in announcing the prices, that the reductions had been marie in ! order to show that the increase of prices had attained their maximum during P.MS. Price fixing had been an important factor, he said, in increasing the areas of production and that henceforth they would be reduced gradually until a normal situation is re-established. CARDINAL FARLEY DIES in new york home Marmarotierk. N.Y.. Sep'. 17.-Cardinal .loan M. Parley, archbishop o; New Vor'-:. died ,-it his roun'ry home hare truiig.:'. The a*e.J prelate had heen sinking rapidly since he suffered a relapse lint Saturday, following partial recovery from an attack of pneu-monfu. LIPSETT GOES 10 Carter's Little Liver Pills For Constipation The Great Vegetable Remedy Puts Yon Right Over Night t��ar� Cokffew or Pale Faces %$l%�tm*t *f\oce �* ' wfalcb wtU be greatly helped by CartCT �IfOn PllU  '.Cgary. Sept. IS.-The iierald pub-ishes the following -.pedal dispatch from Ottawa: It is stated in military circles, although as yet not officially confirmed, that Genera! L. ,1. Lipsett. of Winnipeg, commander of the Third Canadian Division, ha; been transferred to tiie Imperial army and made a corps commander. (.ieneral Loomis has been promoted 10 succeed him and Lieut.-Col. Eric McCuaig. commander of the !3th P..P. Battalion, has been promotedvto he a brigadier-general, succeeding; General Loomis as brigade comtnan-dor. C. P. R. HEAD CRITICIZES i High Grade American Dentistry, Efficient and Modern THK only feature of mi' 'practice which might be classed as ancient, in our old fashioned honesty of purpose and-old time- eourtbay to-�ward our patiotitfl. On tho point of appliances. uiuU-rialH and our hppllcatiim of tbt- lat�n discoveries in modern dentistry, we may be said to keep "abreaHt of tho times." Different also to the old time nerve racking methods of dentistry are our painlets methods known and appreciated hy every patient who has come under our care. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. ^ i Drs. Briiner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ort Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIOOe, alberta calgary offi0b- 11ba eighth avenue E. edmonton office-3 cr13tall block. Vancouver. Sept. 19.-Lord ShaiiRh-j nessy. pre9id$11.50 CLARKE A PO 614 Third Ave. South v'E-^*1*'1VI-, iX ^VA. Lethbridge - - - Alberta 96 ;