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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April S, 1011. THE LETHBKTJflGE DAILY HERALD The Season's Showing of Floor Covering H N injOdlcioualy selected rag or carpet may quite ruin a room otherwise furnished in tbe boet of taste. We enter rooms sometimes in which Ihe Inslsltnt pattern of the rug or jandy colors the furniture eeem Insignificant nnd the draperies and. other aecoratltonH quite characterless. (The floor ooverlug should be a suit able background for the furnishings, us the wall covering should be for the pictures. It must not vlolato one of the most Important laws of decoration ibat the color tone of llio room should phasic downwsrd from the celling, since If tho nig or carpet 5s lighter than the walls an effect of top-heaviness la pro- duced. It Is necessary to preserve a eer balance of values in regard t to obtain an artistic Vlth plain walls and simple furniture, or carets of considerable warmth ud character may be selected, but if bo walls have been treated freely, or be draperies have much figure tbe un- obtrusive designs in soft colonies will be found most satisfactory. If one's purse does not prohibit Ori- ental rugs tbe matter of selection Is greatly simplified, because, thougb they are often most intricate in design the colors are so wonderfully blended that their effect is subdued and neu tral. 1-iflch year sees thi domestic rugb approaching nearer to this ideal, how ever. At first, though the imitation were accurate Jn the color wero Too vivid and gaudy, but now I Is possible to obtain velvet rugs I Oriental patterns that a_re most grate- rul la 'Hie Wilton rugs have the preference n domestic weaves, aud this fieasou'r, wlug includes Ji great variety of ew designs in well-balanced patterns nd refined colorings. Those having he plain centers with two-lone borders coavectional design especially favored. Scotch art rugs are particularly du rable and tbe manufacturers have giv- en especial attention this season to meeting the demand for designs that will harmonize with the latest ideas in wail papers nnd draperies. Inexpensive rugs for the summer home are in great demand jnst now. Griiss rugs and fiber rues are largely used, and tbe revival of the.rag rug furnishes most attractive possibilities for quaint and durable floor coverings. TUese rug we agt rtot of color as the old fasbioned kind to be. but are made from selected ma- tt-rials and colors to harmonize wlttl other furnishings. Tf one wishes to furnish the filling for these rugs any weaver will make them up at a very reasonable price. Partly worn sheets. denim, unbleached or old cur- tains are suitable for tbt: filling of the heavier rugs, while for small rugs to be used in the bath room lighter weight material, such as lawn and gingham are desirable. It Is not possible to produce the va- riety of effects in the braided rag rug, but nothing IB more in the Colonial bedroom than ono of these hand-made rugs. They may be braid- ed of strips of outing flannel or calico and simple designs introduced by cin- M r New Suggestions in China and Napery fp WELL appointed table no longer means necessarily an! expensively appointed one. There n time when it was very difficult to obtain and colorings in tbe cheaper grades of chlnu, bat every now brings forth many desir- able reproductions, in porceleins and of the and of the finest French chinas. Parhups when you vlssit tbe china shop to buy yonr first set of dishes or to replace those whose ranks have been thinned by long service, you set yonr heart on a HavilanA pattern that has a rich edge of gold and a tiny border of in dull green with a or magenta, but the price la quite beyond what you ran afford to Tiia "something just as good" wtlcb It offered you, in the Syracuse makes, at about lutlf ths> price, proves so nearly "jnst good" tliat yon have a bard time The French The decorations tend more and more ro the utmost simplicity. Fluted edges ghlna certain brilliant transpar- ency nst found in others, but ita par- .terns colors and shapes are most ind scattered posies have riven way to plain edges nnd band patterns, both ia the imported Rnd domes tie makes. Nothing is in better taste than a clear, white French china with Just a tiny thread of gold to emphasize its grace- ful shapes. Tbe use of (lie monogram on thwe finest grades of re- vival of a custom of our great-grand- gaining favor rapidly. In the English porcelain tbe Indian tree pattern is most effective, out It wise to consider if ono will be able to use it exclusively, because it is a pat- tern of so ranch color aud character that odd pieces do not look well with it. A new decoration la being shown which is in reality tbe revival of the old Davenport pattern thnt was pop- ular over a hundred years ago. Uwn? then conslrtered the ricme of in china, and It is said that the orlzi- .nal copper plates which were nn- effccts-are very delicate, with a lav- sh of gold. These are especially convenient .and. attractive in the sick room. New Things in Napery For -the breakfast table the cloth which has a bit of color is widely used. Due pattern has tiny squares of yeilow, blue, red or green mixed with white which are carried to with- in sixteen inches of the edge. The bor- der Is pure white. Open work Madeira, embroidery on fine, linen is In great demand earthed last year In an English fac- tory are being used. Something of a novelty nre the dainty toast and ten sets in Japanese for luncheon sets The centerpiece may be either circular or square ami Is sometimes nltnost covered with em- broidery and finished with a scalloped edge. Tho napkins, too. have the fine- ly scalloped'edge, and the only other embroidery is lu tbe small design sur- rounding the monogram !n one corner. A new design in lace dinner cloths shows the Ince put on In um- brella fftsblou, radiating from the-solid lace center. Other elaborate cloths of finest French linen are often edged with lace, and have insets of Cluuy and aiej laces, Everything in the way of _______ Room Fittings M, Can be chosen from, our assortment of Nickle Plated Sponge Holders, Glass Towell Bars, Glass Shelves, Etc., all Moderately Priced a. The cup sets securely In rhe tittle hollow.. of a small oblon? plotter. codelUrs, tLe color HOUSEKEEPERS Knowing' how Brass Goods and Nickle Plated add to the appearance of a table should see Brass Tea Kettles, Nickle Plated Trays and as- sortment of silverware v t STAFFORD-AGN MANTELS AND GRATES You spend the most of your in- door life in front of the fireplace Let it be artistic as well comfortable. We have a large stock of mant- els m both the mission and gloss finish. Grates to harmon- ize in color with your rooms. Plain and fancy tile in all colors and designs FINE HARDWARE The Finishing Touch for Your New Home Every person building a new house or remodelling an old one should pay particular atten- tion to the hardware--no detail is more important See our new designs, and let us advise you in your selections Lock Sets in all styles and fin- ishes from to per set Let us figure on your estimates "Quality is Economy" lii JAP-A-LAC She bought at second hand an iron bedstead 'for a song; 1 was scarred and scratched and dingy, but it wasn't so for'long; She silvered it with Jap-a-lac (it also comes in gold) And now it looks as well as on the day it was first sold ORD--AGN E YOU UVE OUT OF TOWN, WRITE U: ;