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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETirBKIDGE DAILY IUJRALD Saturday, April 8, 1911. Designs iri Wall Paper and Draperies T Is nsnslly not very s'.enn niv. after tho moving vnn has j bone. There is a the door oil possible in furuiLiirc buying that is nud also bedroom furniture, vrith plenty of vrindows. Some prefer departed from the newly built homo or the newly leased apartment be- fore the van of a furniture store draws tp before it to unload at least a piece or two of furniture, mysteriously bandaged. The davenport that did TCTJ well In the fonaer home looks old and shabby in the new one; tho dining room set in fnmed oak won't do at all with tfce mahogany wood-trim of the new satte it of pajK'i's It Is Important to bear miud theirri'-lloi'l'.vcpuu'srs; that of lar't browis, fur icscnnce only 1? cotir, that of orange is 30 of yellow is -10, and of emerald greei 3 only IS per rc'Ut Quo of tUf most attractive papers now beiu] shown in Ih'i plainer effects is what 1 called the Tiffany This Is skillfully shaded papor thiit. wines ii all the dwlrahle tones nnd has u vn cloud-like aypeararu-e that many vrll prefer to the Hat look of the oatmeal and cartridge The metallic papers? are filso an ar- tistic variation of two-tone effects. lu a room papered in one of tJirse, which was 11 subtle blend of bronze and dull the portieres and window draper- Ties of rose color served to bring out the mere suggestion of roce In the pa- per, while softening the metallic treat- ment. Japanese straps cloth continues popu- lar for the dlnlnp room. A new effect has produced by n certain process of brushing which separates the fibres sind plves an Irregular, wavy look to the gras? cloth that Is decidedly at- tractive. Chines.? designs are employed to advantage, pnrliralarly when the wood trim and furniture are of ma- biK'any. With less woods the plastering, loft with a roush and tinted some eoffc tone, is eon- ideralily used. Olio dlxiing room re- decorated bud wainscoting and Uiui of stfiiued cs-prcss. The jmnelK of Ihe lu- of tlio phifttc-r tinted ou in old blue TO match th'; walla. White 5s unod extensively toe d'.'OoniR. cream 'tvhitc vitli n niiioolh wurfnce are preferred. In ho tiiiu? vblfe. rn'-d witli tho Colouinl 'urulelilngs now so much iu notu- is more fitting than this opotle.-r> all Burfaco, the uuslcrlty Bometlmos by n qiwiut border. The large- jiayera arc aJso in us with tliJi- style. A Feis' Drapery Suggeetk Aurora cioth promises to become 4. populnr faliflf for both window fira- anil portieres. It is a mercer- iwd nir.terhil havius considerable body, br.t with the motifs transparent, re- seinbliiix nmdras. It 5s woren tahear- Inr crude for the portieres, and in iimst attractive and colors. Strlpeil ci-'tton jute may be bought for sevenly-fivo cant's a yard showins; TOoden bed, here 5 j f-t ,i_V. IgfrSl rs? NOT THE ONLY HOUSE FURNISH- ERS, BUT THE PRINCIPAL ONES 1 S T i f y'MM. T i 'Mm.' I Our Prices Are Plainly Marked No switching or juggling-you see and judge for yourself. You will be agreeably surprised at our low prices Do Not Buy Furniture Before You Visit BawdenV Then you'll buy at Bawden's for you will appreciate that our qualities cannot be duplicated at Bawden's prices. Just glance at the offerings listed here, and we'll warrant they cannot be matched, far less surpassed. But you can't appreciate the quality by reading meagre descriptions come and see the goods, that's what tells the story For The Bedroom A Milliberally Dressing Table. pricp A Princes? Grosser. Mahoijnny. fnio larsro mirror. n-LTular now Mtthoiriuiy loner small drawers at raoh si Mr with lartrrr one at bottom, Uosr. -S55 We Consider No Sale Complete Until Our Customer is Fully Satisfied 608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 625 Is being used a great deal lOf dining room furniture just at pres- ent. Oue most attractive set 5een late-' IT was of Quetu Anne style in the dull brown walnut, the chairs having rash bottoms. Dutch splits and turned legs with Sponisla feet. Cnnovrork Is'also well liked used in conjunction vrlth oak nnlshed to a greyish tone a iittie lighter the fumed oak, and developed In styles of the Jacobeon period, which. In chairs settles, distinguished for the extreme height of the backs. The -vork usually stained brown, and he backs of the settles are 5u two or rcore sections. TvTien upholstering nkes the place of tbe cane, tapestries >r np-arfed velvets In large patterns and ow tones era naed, put on plainly and finished with large nails. This type of '-.irnirure is especially suitable In. pan- or wainscoted dining rooaas of a formal character. A departure In the treatment of dining table tops, which Is slowly gain- ing favor. Is to leave them unfinished and unstained. They then require no care but occasional oiling, and in a. year or PO take on a beautiful, natural color. For the woman to whom her polished table top is a mutter of con- stant worry and frequent re-dressing, this will prove grateful. Willow fnrniture is of particular ln-: terest at this season of the year. Not' only ig it the ideal summer but there Is no other inexpensive that mar be fio happily used with rnn-i hogany, cherry or other rich wood.' Wniotv chairs, painted blnc-k. brown ori green with cnshions of a ruaterlaJ likei the hfinginsts of a room, add a decora-j tire touch Ehnt represents small oat-i lay. When one is not note to buy asi good n piece of furniture as one-wishes1, nnd comfort demands an extra ch.ilr, or table. It Is much wiser to Invest inj a simple piece of unornamcnted wlllowi than in any of tao cheap wooden fnr-j nltnre. An article often selectca with ap-j parent disregard for the other furnlsh-j B of a room Is tie foot stool. Each; year sees a greater variety of these! comfortable little luxuries so that onej should be easily nble to carry out thei general scheme of the room in even! apparently alight a matter. Proh-j ably tbe sensible styles are of Old English oak, on Mission Ilnvs! with dark brown leather cover In gs.i The dull finish mahogany with dark; p-een bnlr-cJoth or a durable tapestry1 upholstery Is also desirable- high, ?qnnro style Is much MkedL espe- cially in fumed oak and biwn staiiwd; A clever tnnt will appeal to thn w'ao has "a place for evcry- aud eTerythlna: In Its place" 2 corabinfitton sent and shoe box. -It hexagonfli In shape, with the pnddert top covered with cretonne and the same material platted about the sldns. It Is lim-d with a plain cotton taffeta In some dArk f> hurmontze wtth the and Is fltted tvito six pockets, one on of Its sidos. intended to shoes and 1 K DEALERS IN Furniture, Carpets, Lin- oleums, Curtains, Blinds, Blankets, Comforters, Table Linen. Table Oil Cloth, Crockery, China, Glassware, Enamelware, Tinware, etc. Our stock is complete everything kept in the House Furnishing line, and our prices are the lowest of any house in the city We are also adding a com- plete stock of WALL PA- PER, prices the lowest and the very latest patterns Can be had now at Ti II Ihe Wi 404 13th St. Phone 1023 North Lethbridge ;