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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THDRSDA-Y. APRIL 25, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINRr OLD AND NEW MEMBERS OF THE CPMMONS. Illglit to U-.tt: Prank S. Cfreeii, West Kootonay. R. C; Hon. C;iiiis. iVIurphy, Kussel, Ont.; Frank D. Staceny, ChilUwack, Westminster, B. C; S. J. Crowur, Burrarcl, H, �. -------------------------------------------1,;^......---------------------------------.....,................. V ... Cotton and Lisle Hose SPECIAL Friday, Saturday and Monday 700 palra o( BLACK AND TAN COTTON AND LrSLE HOSE In sizija four to ten. Not all .sizes in every Jiiif but nil sizes in the lot and they are to clear at 5 prs. for .oo or Sinlge pair PAID $100 FINE TLE b lOJght (lolUny a bottle lor booze was too strong a temptation for W'al-ter Fleming, who rooms at 202 Svd Stroet_South, an(i lie pi'oeoetind I'ortli-ivilli to bootleg. A raid on Uie place by Detectives llesketh and Wlgg of the A. I*. 1*. revealed a 10-gallon icog I'roni' wliicb MeminK liaii been busy making up bottl.eH for the bootleg trade. A liberal addition of water in the -'I bottles ready for the bootlegger showed that Fleming was out tn make all the profit there was- in the game. He appeai'ed before Alagi.s-Irate Irwin this morning, pleaded guilty and was lined ,$100 and costs. Cyrus Lobbins, colored, at whose place Fleming roomed, was charged with having more than the allotted amount of licjunr in a private d(Veiling, lie contributed $10 and costs. Detectives Wlgg and H^esketli have J made a recofcT this week. I'\)ur boot-f-Iegg^rs have been fined a total of $4G0, of which one-tluTd goes i:rto the city coffers under the nov.' arrangement. ARGENTINE MAY CURTAIL EXPORTS Buenos Aires, April 2.^.-The.Ar-,gentine cabinet hold a special meeting last night to consiider cuvtaiiing and probably prohibiting tlie export of all foodstuffs, in consequence of tTie increased cost of living in Argentina. 'It was decided to make no final decision in the matter until Finance Minister Salaberry has submitted a report which he was requested, tp make. iYou'll Do Better at Teeple'sg Are You Proud Of Your Furniture ? ^Does it reflect your good taste-^are you glad to show it to your friends? ^ You'd be proud to show this beautiful Queen Anne period Dining Room Suite if you had it in your home. It is an early English style, very sturdy and handsome in its deep black walnut. The suite consists of eight pieces. It is not expensive. ^This,7-piece Queen Anne Period Style Suitfe is high grade, chairs upholstered in No. 1 Leather, reddish brown in color. Buffet $55.G0, Table $46.00, Chairs $55.00 ueen Anne Py charming suite for your bedroom. light, airy grace. Dancing cajbriole legs, the distinctive feature of the 'style. Subtle lines, shapely forms, pleasing panels," neat mouldings. You will Hke this furniture in your bedroom. The wood is American black walnut-finished a dark, "^eep, luminous tone. Well built-it carries the trademark ot one ot the best builders who give it a sympathetic handling that you feel in its refinement. Not an expensive suite, though as good as you could ask for- Seven Pieces Complete Walnut Bed .......... $42.00 Walnut Dres�er........ $51.00 Walnut Chiffonier ____^ . $44.60 Walnut Dressing Table. $44.00 Walnut Bench..........$11.60 Walnut Rocker ........ $12.00 Walnut Chair........... $11.50 BEDROOM BOXES Made ot B. p. Red Cedar, strongly constructed corners, will not warp. Covered In extra fine quality of matting with selected white rattan tor binUing-Special hardware throughout and casters complete. 4 different tizes at follows: Top 17x34, height 1654 fnchee, �t.....................- $7.2S Top 18x3B, height 15(4 inches, at ,................... $7.75 Top 19x42,'height 17 Inchei. �t ................... $10.60 Top 19x48, height 17 Inches, lit ,.................. 412.00 RICH WILTON RUG This ruf ia in a flue quality Wilton, and is a deep, rich tone green with a small pattern of deeper shades and just ,eiiougli\ black and mulberry to give it character. Very fine, close weave. Being \ln tl^e small conventional deslgrf, t*is rug could be used in a den, library nnd living room. It comes in tour sizes and is very reasonably priced.' ^ �A Size 41/2x7/2 ............ $23.00 Size 63^x9 ............. $41.C0 Size 9x101/2 ............ $76.00^ Size 9x12 .............. $88.0o' UPHOLSTERED ROCKER The attractive line* upon which this rooKer is constructnd, the beauty of its finish, and the solid comfort it affords, makes it un article of the utmost iirf-portance to the complete furnish' ings ot a room.vMaliogany frame with s'pring construction ip seat ami back. The covering ia solid leather, in brown finish.. And the price is only $50.00 . Chair to match, at only $50.00 ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED BY EXPERIENCED MEN AND PREIGHT PREPAID. :: L C TEEPLE Quality Furniture and Groceries DOMINION BLOCK 610 FOURTH AVE. PHONE 515 OF THEWS OF THE BiOCKSHIPS Dover, Knglnnd. \\n\\ 'I't.-One of the most ttirillinK incliUmti; of the liriti-sh naval raid on Zcobi-nBgo last TnoHduy was tho rescue by I wo Ainerlcan-built mofor hmnchos of nearly 200 meniber.s of i.Ik^ v-ri!u' of two hlockships Kunk at tlit; entrance of the ijrnges canal. Tlio feat was accomplished under a lieavy (Jtb anil the actual transfer was miido in loss than five minutes. Two of tlic three lilockship.s whicli pa.sscd Inside the .Mole reached their objective nnd swiniK bi'oad.side across the mouth of ,the channel. Then, according to plans, two motoi' lannches dashed in from the nea IlironKh the enemy barrage-at express-train speed and (Irow up alongside All the time shells were tallinf;. sOlne' .striking the blocksliips and causing numerous casualties, bnt the crews upheld their traditions for coolness. After all lho.sp u iuj were able reached the lannclie- two muffled explosions tore great liolcK in the bol-" toms of l:lnr'bloclvship:i. The vessels settled quickly. At tli(' same moment the .heavily laden launches were dashing s^eaward and' again ttiey passed through a fiorman barrage to the waiting British destroyers. One luurtch delivered !i!i men to the destroyer. The clock-like precision essential to the success of the opera tlou made it impossible to extricate all the dead and wounded from the hlockships but the i)articipanta declare that the loss ot personnel in this featura of the enterprise was remarkably ymall. The casualties on the hlockships sunk at Ostend were Btill lighter. Twelve men from the crew of one of the .Ostend hlockships got oft in a life boat and roweci fourteen hours before being rescued. Mor two hours of that time tiiey were under a heavy enemy fire, mainly tiiat of machine guns, but they suffered, only one cas-ualtjc^ ff .;. .;. ... .j,   EDUCATION AND THE ? NEWER IMPENDING > DEMOCRACY ? The Value of Broader Edijea- ? tion to the Higher Principles. ? (Series No. 11.) ? > ? ? ? ? > ? '> ; In a last word I wish to remark upon the effect of broader education in the bringing in of the desired reign of-universal peace, namely the Kingdom of God. We shall end with that phase of life with which we began, namely religion.' When the missionary of the cross went out long ago at the call, of conscience to carry out tlie comniissiori of his chosen Master he never for a moment conceived that mfidiqine or industry was the essential handmaid to the gospel we now believe these to be. He believed that the Spirit of God coul^ work on a man's heai-t irrespective ot environment or education. We are bound to believe so yet; but we believe that Spirit is mightily assisted by the true method and interpretation of these other forces. But these miss'ions were purely evangelical-soon the surgeon's knife and medicine chest as well as his heart was consecrated and sanctified to holy purposes. He too felt he had something to offer to the uplift of humanity, and today the best voice ot the world cries "all hail" to the medical missionary. But we shall submit here that the time is coming and now is when the dream of the prophet must bp realized, that the common things must be made holy unto the Lord, meet vessels indeed to the Master's use. Alongside the evangelical mission of Judson and Colet in the far islands of the seas, and in the sea-kissed regions of ice-clad Labrador alongside Grcnfell's medical mission, shall stand the mission ol the consecrated artisan to teach the heathen that a piece of wood that Cod has made, ma.v be 'holy as a certain chapter or ^''erse which lie has inspired, so that these'after knowing of the life they may, and are expected as men to live may have homes and its necessities that will make such life an easier possibility.' However may it not be as essential to the Kingdom of God on earth that the principles of the cross be applied to the making of hopies that shelter souls as to the souls tlnit. are sheltered. However, we believe that the neweij democracy will demand of us the right tor every man to be educated not so much that he may do better and quicker work, but that he may have the-tnaximum ot.Joy in the doing of It, It will also insist that a man is educated, cultured, and a true friend to society only when in doing his work he is enabled,to reflect upon the higher meaning and true significance �t it, and tliat education must aim that a man will find it as nearly impossible as can be to become a giant physically, a dwarf mentally, and a lost man spiritually. It ought, to be the joy ot us all to strip religion of its shams and nonessentials rfnd to dismantle socialism ot its extremes and impossibilities and zealously utilize the vitalities of both in a bold recognition of the grand heritage into which we have entered by the sacrifices of the past, and the corresponding obligations thereto. CHAS. H. BAKER. GREAT WELCOME TO > GENERAL EMBURY Regina, Sask., April 25.-Brig. Gen-er(il J. F. Embury, C.M.G., returned to Regina today, after an absence of more (ban three years in France, was the signal for the greatest demonstration of welcome and tlie greatest 4>ll-itairy and civil parade this city has ev�r. witnessed. "Half of Iteginst.look jiart in the parade, lialt of R^iua watcjied it and all of Regina wSlrtJmer Crttfieral Embury," said one city aldermalT U. S. IS HAVING TROUBLE WITH SPAIN Wjisblngton, Aprit 25.-Difficulties an�in have arisen in the operation of the economic agreement between the United States and Spain, It Is learned that because of delays in the (icenslng of shipments from Spain to the American forces in France, steps have been taken to restrict temporarily at least the movement of Am)frioan products released for export to Spain. SENT OYNliTE 1 CUT DOWN FRUIT TREE I'uris. A|n-il 2T).--The only danume occasioned by yesterday's boniliard ment by the Oenuan Iohr raime ^'ins was the i'lilting down of one fruit tree. .\!o;i!ri'a], .\i)ril L'.".-.\ loud exjjlo-sion fi)llow('(l the iiiieninc, of a box delivered by 11 postman at the lioine of li. lifiivli) tills iLiorninK. 'I he ex-1 plosion blBW out all (he windows in the bouse and injured four p(!Oi)le. Tli(! in.iured are; .Mrs. Htdvin, her sixteen year old (lauKliter. and her nine ami sevfii jrtjar nhl hoys, They are painfully scorched. l-;xaniinalion of the parts of the box found in the house by experts shoW' ed that it had contained an infernal machine., A revolver was exploJpil when the lid was raised, rt bullet from which entered a receptacle containing (lynaniiie aitd dolonaied it. The box was posted in .Montreal, the police assume, by sonic enemy of the family. --- SOME CHASE " 1" f'liiice Itnpcrt. I!. V.. April 2.5.--Cliaaed hy two hufe timber wolves. Henry Smith, caj'etaker of the local cemetery, had the rini of his lUf early thin morniii!;. The wolves had been in piirsiiir of a rleer ivben, see iiig Sniit'h. Ihey sta.rted aflr-r him. lU was unarmed and reaclKul Ihe sheltei of his sliack not a moment too soon. New May Selections Nora BayeS"Siiigs,''l'Miay Stay Away a littleXon^r Prima donna of the vaudeville stage-that's Nora Bayei^ by unanimous consent. And �h^ puts into her exclusively Columbia records the same happy spirit she puts across the footlights. Never has her clear, joyous voice been heard to better advantage than in this whimsical, melodious song. On the back another winner, "Some day they're coming home again." A6030-$1.50. i\ny Old Place the Gntif Goes,ni Be There'' ^ A charging song with fighting words set-to a war-like tune. Perhaps you can guess that "the gang" is bound for Berlin-and you'll certainly want to join in the charging chorus. On the back. "Faugh-A-Ballah." A2514-85c. *My Sweetie" sun^ by Samuel Ash. A typically clever Samuel Ash interpretation of one of the most popular songs of the day. On the back, "I don't care to live in any marble halls with you." A25n-85c. Jolson!^ V;^iTi6d ABoui Those "Wedding BelUr A song ju^ made for Jolson, with "ding-dong" laellt chiming all through the spirited melody. ''Wedding Bells Will You Ever Ring For Me ?" Can't you hear Al Jolson singing it ? On the back, "Just a Little Cottage," with wonderful close harmony by the Sterling Trio. ^ A25I2-�5c. Mery Z^tay plays'Barcarole from Tales of Hoffmann For sheer magical beauty this exquisite number is a revelation in violin recording. Zentay has iniipitably expressed iri music the dreamy lilt and cadence of rrioonlit waves rippling beneath the gondola's swaying prow. Records like this sufficiently explain the 20-year-oId ^rtist's triumphs in Europe and America. On the back. Rubinstein's "Melody in F." Oscar Seagle Keep the home fires bi^rning Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag Valse in A^flat ) p. _ . d  Polonaise in A flat major ) ^olos Percy Cirainger nil I hate to lose you For the two of us A baby's prayer at twilight-Fox-trot Liberty Bell-Fox-trot My Hawaii (You're calling me^ "O Sole Mio" (Hawaiian instrumental) Robert Lewis Samuel Ash Prince's Band Louise, Ferera, and Greenus A2303-85c. A6025 $1.50 A6027 $1.50 fA250a �( 85c.; A6029 $1.50 A2509 85e. WMk ti7� These are only a few samijies from the unusually complete May list of Columbia Records-55 splendid selections running from popular hits, war songs. . and whirlv^ind dances to opera airs, concert numbers, and instrumental music. ATcu) CofaMMa Itaconb ot\ Sala thm 20th of avtry month. Columbia Graphophone Compfiny, Toronto !1E KENNY & ALLIN CO., LIMITED Next to Dallas Hotel Phone 1487 The ^ug-Book Stor*. B-D ;