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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, "AUGUST 13, 1918 THE LETUBBJDGB DAILY HERALD PAKE SPATSN MILADI V, A. D.-. Tho V. A. D. la comlDg'iuto her own. That hard-working "unwept, unhonor- ed and unsung.Jief-oineV-js-at length getting some small', pt the credit that is for, her labors, as testifies te- ller uniform is trini and neat If not reuiarliaDlcTor beauty, And when we .see her iu the street, Taking the golden n'oiira of duly, herVbesfdo the cot "one sore stricken in the fight- And yet her task, as like as not, Is infinitely 10.53 exclttug.. No hero's eyes look into hers With almost uncontrolled emo- tion; No grateful patteat He owes his "life to her devotion. Her debt to England has been pnld tasks'lliat make a humbler As or kUchetvinattl, Or any fob that may bo going. routine That leaves her and She 'carriej on, aiertjf-serene, indslalignbly cheerjv From morning light i ill set .'of sun, it'K never farae or pay'accruing. She docs Hie (blags that must Ita done 'And dignifies them in the doing. ginning of ihe week To join Mrs. Uovr- [man, at Proctor. b! Milk River was a vis- tor In the ,clty for Iho Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bafcer liave re- turned to Nemlscam alter visiting in the city for. souje time. iliss is spendinB a week n Calgary. Miss Eva Price lias returned (rom Wntorton Lakea and is now visiting iri'Calgary and Dantf. p fr 0 PERSONAL O 4 .Mrs. J. Brown "nti are Nelson. 't SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. W. H. DeLong entertained at a very pleasant Informal dinner party hist evening in honor ot Mr. anil Mrs. V. A. Walker (uee Sllsa Trickcr) are leaving shortly to make their home iu Winnipeg. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Sir. and M O. _Green arc guests at the Palliser Hotel, Calgary Mrs. AHIson and Iftlle Eon-have arrived in the. city and are the guests of Air and Afrs" Fred Thaell Mr and Mrs J II" were visitors in Nelson yesterday, ,Mfs; Wood, Miss Wood and Jlr, Jack" returned from Miss Bruce, graduate nurse of-the John Hopkins Hospital, .Ha niore, Is visiting her brother, Mr. H. H Bruce Misses Frances and Hera Duns- vorth have returned trom'.vlsfling in "Mr. C. B. liowiuan left at the he Tlie Thistles Sewing Circle ivlll meet wild Mrs, Harleman, "I'SlC Stli Ave A. north on Wcdnesilay afternoon, for Red Cross sewing1. Mrs. Stevens' section of the Tic- Iickahs will meet with Mrs. Bcolt, 9GC Hth St. south Wednesday evening at S a'dock The Daughters and Matds of Eng land will meet in the S, 0. K. hall on Wednesday ovenlngat S o'clock sharp Initiation and general JjuslneEa. The Major Jack Ross Chapter l.O D.B. are renting cushions at the Chautauqua and these may be thero from thuiu. They also talje charge of people's cushions during the week for a nominal fee. 'rota our city, ono Lethhrldjie la las maae a.list or 105, juauics compos- ed wholly, pt city people vLsjUng there dt the present time and'even this does not cover th_Q visitors fully. One is lorced to admit that toe sea- side ha? even greater attractions than Henderson Park, V. A. D.. nurses are lo be placed on duty in llift military hospitals of gary. It Is expected that a i-all will shortly he issued for a large number of suitable young women for this work. c- The coast has always been a pop> ular resort for Lelhhridge poople. in Ihii.aiiifiracr. AVa'tertoh, Lakes, Banff, Klko and PrcctoV have been vis- ited hy a_ gieat many, the coastal cities havo'claitned'the-lion's share.- trip cast which us Ed to LB so popular appears ID have'been EUpplatiied'by tho trip west. always cUoscn as the starting point and "velaria, demurely atLraptive, claims almost as many, In mosl" caoua iliw JyUrney uaing contin- ued to Seattle and-Portland ncr the line. As proof as popular aa ever among-travellers The best and cheapest lea in the world, bar none. Blue Ribbon Tea-British all through. 15 TUESDAY AND Li G.Teeple DOMINfON BLOCK- FOURTH AVENUE RETAIL GROCERY NP, Geneva, Aug- Austri- ans are reported moving an im-' mense amount. of material and great numbers of troops in the direction of It-a'y and are expect- ed soon lo attempt another offen- sive on the Italian frgnt. Austrian railway trains running toward the Tyrol arc reported crowded with soldiers, no civilian patjtnyers being allowed. The Austrian-Swiss frontier has been closed since Saturday. chang Aug. A marked is taking place In Gurum-i mili- tary yoKcy, says the military critic of Iho Times, lie heliovcs that during tho alliej victories of the last month "German strategy ivas clcariy In P- transitorial stago from Iho -idea's which I-uiIendorK began the March offensive to iileas v--bose naluro- 5s not yet ravealecl and which only can lie conjecluteJ.1' I "The successlul aUieil raids on the I Kalian he-continues, "are ex-..] Jimples oj llie way these conjectures nro beinK tested. Arc the Germans strengthening" 'the Italian front with a to an ofrcnnve or ia Jhero a backwartl movement on the. Italian front and what is Us Doubtless these ra'ds have tlic allien staff lo answer tbese other quostirns, ''LifirJulitcdly Honjp revolnlion ;s isi in German military p-Hicy iq whica.v.f- do not ycr lio'.rl the kfciV Ottawa, Aug. railway Voa'rd as given judgment In several adiil- ional cases lieard during the mid- ummer trip ot the lioanl to Western! anaild. Dealing wfth'tlie appHcaUon f the SiiuSltamcen Farmers' Insti- lite for better connection and joint reigtil rates over Ihe Great Norlheni nd C.P.H. from 'jiofnls in the Simii- ramecn district, to points in Liberia rid Saskatchewan, the board directs ho Great Northern lo rente the move- ment of fruit find vegetables via Sweet Grass. It also orders the o file with ni little delay as possible, ariifs showing-rates from the Shrill- samoen to -Alberta and Saskatchewan solr.ta aa .Moose Jaw. The board has decttnGa to grant thb ipplicalion of Iho Beverly Coal..Mine Company (or the right lo >isb a branch of Iho railway to the llumbcr- slone Coal Company's mines, near fidmonton. Quebec, Aug. Royal -Com r.fssion inquiry into the fits into and rivalry between the ship union ami Iho Davla Ship building ptani, resumed work today after J. M, Walsh, representing the ntornatlonal union inen, hart drawn hla resignation from the com- mission. proceedings flre bofng held fn camera. The entire Inquiry lias Jieen Marled over again.; LAwyefv repre- senting the (wo .opposing unions, tho national and the international, aro not admitted wltlifn tho courl. SCHOOL OK WHALES ASHORE, NOVA SCOTIA Amherst, N-S-, Aug. 12.--A of 250 whalas Is ashore nt River John, Plclou The mammals were driven In by motor boats and were left on the beaeh .fay ,th6 outgoing tide. HundfcJs have come all of Nova Scotia to witness the sight. The.whales run 'from, 10 to 35 fiet Tn (enftlh- No pne'lri''.'' the vTtinlty kiiowledge rtielhodi 'used secure the and the gigantic 'mammal will probably dccornpoti book Hull Block COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS 3rd Ave. S, DINING ROOM FURNITURE CARPETS CURTAINS LIVING ROOM FURNITURE LINOLEUMS DRAPERIES BEDROOM FURNITURE DEN AND LIBRARY FURNITURE ComBiendng Wed., Aug. 14, to Sat, Aug. 17 Four day's selling, placing our entire stock at your disposal at a straight discount, not selecting one piece here and there and calling them "specials." During these four days all furniture, beds, springs and mattresses, except the Ostermoor, of which the price is set by the makers, will be subject to a straight discount of 1 Carpets, rugs, curtains and drapes, 10% discount. A lot of odd pieces and discontinued lines will be cleared out at less. This sale is strictly cash. DAVENPORT Stuff-over Davenport covered in a gooil quality veiiinrc tapestry in shades of and green. Full spring edge in one a jnost comfortable seat. It opens out lo a sized bed, has box underneath fcr Ijcil clulnes. Reg. Sale Price ___ _1_____ NINE-PIECE DINING SUITE Selected Qunrtor-cvit 'oak. William and Mary design, iu tho rich Jacobean finish. Suite consists of buffet, extension table. 1 arm and five small.chairs and china cabinet. Duffet has mirror tn 'back, linen and two small drawers, with tivo has five legs, top extending to eight feet; cbaira fcave full, slip seat covered in" .-maroon-leather; china cabinet has double doors with three shelves ia'all, malting a most desirable Reg. Sale Price THREE-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE Consists oE bed, dresser and chiffonier in walnut finish. Dresser has shaped front, 2 large ami 2 small drawers, also large plate glass mirror; chiffonier has mirror and four roomy drawers; bed 13'made in panel effect with motif. Reg. Sale Price MAHOGANY BEDROOM SUITE Four-piece, bedroom suite of dresser, dressing (able, bed aiiil-chair. Dresser has usual number of. drawers, with extra large mirror. Dressing table, one long drawer and triplicate mirrors. Full sized bed. Reg. Sale Price LEATHER; ROCKERS only small rockers. E.B. linfsh. Spring scat ami upholstered back, civered In heavy Imitation Spanish leather. Reg. Sale Price ODD CHAIRS Two only small, chairs. B.E. finish, have pad seats covered in solid leather, a splen- did chair for bedroom or Reg. Price TAPESTRY CHAIR; .One only chair In'fumeil oak finish, spring -seal coverediIn a heavy quality tapestry. Reg. Sale Price LEATHER ROCKER Fumed oak..ttnish, spring seat covered in genuine lealheiyS only at this price. Reg. Sale Price LIVING ROOM SUITE Three-piece living room suite In Jacobean linish, comprlslfig and rocker Have spring seals' well upholstered, covered in a good quality tapestry. Reg. S70.CO. Sale Price HALt STANDS Solid quarter cut oak hall stand In finish. Large bevelled plate glass mirrors In back, 4 double coat and hat hooks, umbrcll stand on side. Scat llfla up providing spsci for rubbers, etc. Reg. Sale Price'. Same as above, but, in Early English Finish, Reg. Sale Price 1 ONE IN GOLDEN ELM 'With mlrrof tilted as above., Reg. Price We Prepay Freight LINOLEUM SQUARES Ask to see the New Linoleum squares, we have them in ail sizes. 6x9, 9x9, 9x12. All Carjjets and Rugs sub- ject to 10 per cent discount HEAVY COCOANUT RUGS Good, close weave with different designs and colorings. Jiist the thing lo protect your floor or floor coverings during lite lySay, Reg. for.. .6x9 Reg. for JAPANESE THREAD MATS Oae'of the hardest .wearing mats made 30x60. Reg. Sale 36x72. Reg. Sale... JUTE MATS AND RUGS Only a few of these left. Size 30x60. Sale Price Size 36x72. Sale Price Size4V2x6. Sale Price Size 6x9. Sale Price NEW PROCESS LINO Better get this now as our price Is leas than Ibe wholesale iirice. per square yard All Furniture, Beds, etc. subject to 15 per cent Half-price Clearing an odd line of lunch baskets, waste paper baskets, soil- ed clothes baskets at exactly one- half of marked price. BIRCH MAHOGANY MUSIC CABINET One .only. Bevelled mirror in back. Six 'music i{ Reg. Sale Price ANOTHER ONE IN SOLID -MAHOGANY With drawer'In top. and eight shelves. Reg. Sale Price MAGAZINE RACK One only, B.H. finish, 4 shelves for books etc., with {inner rock In back! Reg. Sale Price JARDINIERE STANDS One only nUarler cut. oak golden finish. lias shaped legs with panelled sides. Reg. Sale Price ONE ONLY, SOLID MAHOGANY Fluted ICES, heavy Bqunro (op. Reg. Sale Price ONE ONLY QUARTER CUT OAK Pedestal tin, Early English finish, Reg. Sale Price SOLID BRASS BED One brass bed, 4% feet, 2VS in. quam posts, rounded cross piece with eight Sale Price ODD CHAIRS Birch Mahogany arm chair, spring seat, overed in green denim. Reg. Sale Price Another one as above only seat covered n tapestry Reg. Sale Price BIRCH MAHOGANY SMALL CHAIR Tutted back, spring scat covered in .Tvlutc Sale Price SOLID MAHOGANY ARM CHAIR- Beautifully carved, smallr pad' on fcayt, fuirspring seat, faafr stuffed. Reg. Sale Price SOLID MAHOGANY SMALL CHAIR Carfed back, spring seat, Iisir stutfed. Reg. Sale Price UMBRELLA STANDS Only one quarter cut oak Early English finish, octagonal shape, solid aides with de sign cut out. Reg. Sale Price UMBRELLA STANDS IN QUARTER CUT OAK B.E: finish with lattice at bottom'. Reg. Sale Price... ONtf ONLY AS ABOVE But lias only the tour legs with cross piece top and bottom. Reg. Sale Price SOLID BRASS UMBRELLA STAND _' Wilb beautiful design, 'round shape. Reg. Sale Price HALL SEAT Solid oak1, golden finish. Reg. Sale Price HALL CHAIR Solid quarter cut Jacobean finish with carved b4ck, Sale Price WRITING DESK Sollil quarter cut oak, golden finish, has drawer Mr writing materials with rack tor paper and Reg. Sale Price COUCH One Scat spring- edge .cov- ered In.Jscaiiered velvet in of rosa Sale Price MUSIC CABINETS One only, Solid quarter Cut Oak, Early English finish, mirror in back, drawer and ncven shelves for Reg. Sale Price 5 Mail Ordeirs for above goods will be filled Subject to goods being in stock ;