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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THUnSDAY, AUGUST If). .1.1 i.Vi^u PAGE ^I::VEN Ready For Business Saturday, 2 o'clock lOTftt Watch for Particulars in Tomorrow's Paper UNDER SERIE mil Twenty-Two Thousiind Wore Secured Wesf ol The (ircat Lako.s rJltawn, Aug. ].'>. - l':Mi,''lr-:i ill M:11-l.iry Sorvlco Act liMmi-, ;.,rc lu-liiK gr.iclually Htralglitciii'l i>;it Iiivcsll-gnt.ioii l3 now liv iniu-i i.-: \r> llii> var louH registrars to rcnmcntH" wllliin tin' iiicaiilng of tho not. Hi) far rotiirmi nv.ailalili' sliow Hint 111) lo noon ycKtoril:iy, the net iiuiiilicr of roliiforc(.'m(>nt'i MPcuml iimli'i- the .Military K(M'Vi(;c Act, is r.s.Tl:;. 'i'lils total Ik oxclunlvn of tliosc who linvi' roportoil for snrvloi voliint.nrlly siiieo the act, camo into rone li in nxclu-hIvo of men (lIs'liuryiMl oi- on loavo wltliout (^xpiMisi' to Ihi- piil)Iic. IiKilmllng llio;ii, Ihi' ioIm! wodIiI ho: Obtaiiiod undor .Milii:uy Si'rvit^i-Act, h%r>yi. Voluntarily n>ii()rt(Ml. 477. Number (llHcluirKcd m on li'avc without cxpcnae lo ihi^ piiiilic, L':;,r,-j;;. Total, 101,7i:i. 'i'iic tot.-il of r,s,7i;', rolnforcenionts sot'iirtMl iimliT I he art is inado up as* followf;; N'unih.'r rciiorl-iiig as order, ."il,7UL'. .Niiiiilicr ii^pori-iug lalo or apiirelietidiHl as dc^crl'TH. 17.'.lis. Def.aiiUerK i iioii ri>(;islrants i aprirelionded iiiidor lln' act, ;i.,",:ii;. Total. M;,L'4fi. l.eK,��*��>'9� * , � >::**:* ^ *  * At the regular monthly meeting of the Daughters and Maids of BJngland held on Wednesday evgning, Mrs. Wallwork and Mrs. Ward were .received Into the lodge as new members. It Was decided to hold a whist drive ^nd dance on . Wednesday evening, jSeptomber 11th. . The Eastern Star -will meet Friday afternoon at the Red Cross rooms for sowing. �  � The women of Lethbrldge who have been active in the Bending of parcels to prisoners of war, heard with much-interest the -vfordB of Sergeant Gibbons yesterday afternoon In this connection. He staled that these parcels wore received by the men there except in the cases of parcels going astray and words failed to expres.s how keenly these parcels were appreciated by the men, In his case he h.vl The following letter has been received by the .Major Jack Rosa Chapter I.O.D.E.: Canadian War Hospital Fund for Serbia, Jlontenegro 'and Macedonia. Winnipeg, Aug. 12. Dear Mrs. De Long: ^V6 acknowledge herewith cheque for $1,50 from the Major Jack Ross Chapter l.O.D.K. to the Canadian War Hospital Fund. Please extend our thanks to the members of your society for their very generous donation and for the interest tho.^ have taken in the work being carried on by this fund, both of which are indeed greatly appreciated by the same. Yours very sincerely, D. E, CHAMBliIRS.   � �  � SOCIAL EVENTS �  � An interesting affair took place yesterday afternoon at the Red Cross rooms when Mrs. W. F. Hicks was preaented by the women's executive and the workers of the Rod Cross with a beautiful allvar chain and lavallere in remembrance of her faithful and energetic services to the Red Cross. A few words wore spoken by Mrs. Charles .McKillop in which she made reference to the efficient work done there for several years by Mrs. Hicks, their appreciation of her services and the high regard in which she Is hold. Mrs. Hage made the presentation. Mrs. Hicks wIU be,much missed in the Red Cross rooms where she has been superintendent of rooms tor nearly three years as well as a member of the general executive.  '  \. A � � .> .> >  ? >? : > : > : � : MoLKAN-McPllAIL. ' On Saturday, Aug. 10, Mr. Alexander McLean of Brady, .Montniia, and Miss Annie McPhall of Roataron, Saskatchewan, formerly of Scotland, were united in marriage by Rev. C. 13. CragK. *   BARCLAY-HAMLYN. On Thursday, Aug. 8. at Wesley Methodist Parsonage, Mr. Samuel Barclay, of Follistone, B. C, formerly of Toronto, and Mlas Leola Iva Hamlyn of the same place, formerly of Claroaholm, were united in marrlago. Rev. C. E. Cragg performed the ceremony. *  * MOSHICR-MAHLOW. This morning, Aug. 1.'), at Wesley Methodist parsonage. Rev. C. B. Cragg united in matrimony Mr. John Harry Mpsher of Lethbrldge. and Miss Eva Joyous Marlow of Lnmsdon, Alberta, daughter ot Uohort and Mary Marlow. We may sometimes have to sell at a loss, but we will never reduce the quality of Blue Bibbon jea. Always feliablers^^lways the same AMERICANS HERE MUST PAY TAX Washington, Aug. 15.-News received at the Internal Revenue bureau today Indicated that some Amerlcni^s living in Canada confessed to Jjo norimt ot the fact that they aro gub-i ject to income and bxcesa^pijpfit taxes on their income, received In this country, at the samo rato;i Imposod on alt-. iKona roBldlng \^thln the Huitod Jllates. In view of a now cnmijialgn to round up these tax dellnquonta in Cijiiadu, many asked to bo allowed to file roturns and make tardy payiBetUa. at this time. In many cases the ray-^ enue bureau will permit this-and^ pot' Impose tUo ufwvl penalty, � Ni � �� * BROS Hull Block COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS 3rd Ave. S. DINING ROOM FURNITURE CARPETS CURTAINS BEDROOM FURNITURE LIVING ROOM FUR^IITURE LINOLEUMS DRAPERIES DEN AND LIBRARY FURNITURE ORROW AND SATURDAY We ai-e placing our entire stock at your dis posal at a straight discount, not selecting one piece here and there and calling them "specials." During these lour days all furniture, beds, springs and mattresses, except, the Ostermoor, oi which the price is set by the makers, will be subject to a straight discount of 15%. 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. THREE-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE Consist-', of bed. drcsHer and chiffonier in waiiuii finish. Dresser has shaped frou(,^2 large .'ind 1' small drawer.H, also large plate glass mirror; chiffonier has mirror and four roomy ilrawcra; bed is made In panel effect with nuiiif, Reg. $92.00. Sale Price $7.7.50 LEATHER ROCKERS Two only small rockers. E.E. finish. Spring Heat and .upholstered back, covered in heavy imitntibn Spanl.ili leather. Reg. $11.50. Sale Price . . $7.00 ODD CHAIRS Two only small chairs. E.E. finish, have pad seats covered In solid leather, a splendid chair for bedroom or hall. Reg. $5.25. ^ale Price . . $3.75 LEATHER' ROCKER Fumed oak finish, spring seat covered In geniiino leather. ,1 only �t this price. Reg. $15.25. Sale Price . $12J0 HALL STANDS " iSolid iinarter cut oak hall stand in fumed finish. Large bevelled plate, glass, mirrors in back. 1 double coat and hat hooks, umbrella stand on side. Seat lifts up providing space for rubbers, etc. Reg. $22.50. Sale Price $17.50 Same as above, but in Early English Finish. < ^ Reg. $22.50. Sale Price . $16.00 ONE IN GOLDEN ELM with mirror fitted as above. Reg. $15.25. Sale Price . $11.00 WRITING DESK Solid duarter cut oak, golden finish, has drawer tor writing materials withvrack tor paper ami envelopos. , Reg. $15.50. Sale Price . $11.00 COUCH One only, (jouqh. Seat has spring edge cov erod in Jacqucrcd velvet.In shades ot rose and gold. Reg. $18,50, Sale Price . $14.75 MUSIC CABINETS ; One o!ily, Solid Quarter Cut Oalr, Early . En,i;li�li finish, mirror in back, drawer and Boven sihelvca tor music. Reg. $22.50. Sale Price . $15.00 We Prepay Freight LINOLEUM SQUARES Ask to see the New Linoleum squares, we have them in all sizes. 6x9, 71/2x9, 9x9, 9x101/2, 9x12. All Carpets and Rugs sub-^ ject to 10 per cent discount HEAVY COCOANUT RUGS Good, close weave with different designs and c61orings. Just the thing to protect your floor or floor coverings during the winter. 41/2x71/2 Reg. $7.25 for.. $5.00 6x9 Reg. $10.50 for .. . . $8.00 JAPANESE THREAD MATS One of the hardest .wearing mats made. 30x60. Reg. $2.00. Sale .. $1.50 36x72. Reg. $2.50. Sale.. $2.00 NEW PROCESS LINO Better get this now as our price Is less than the wholesale price. $1.75 per square yard All Furniture, Beds, etc. subject to 15 per cent Half-price Clearing an odd line of lunch baskets, waste paper baskets, soiled clothes baskets at exactly one-half of marked price. Sewing Machines One Raymond Sewllng Machine, drop head, as good as new. -t Q Sale Trice ..................... lO.UU One Vindox Sewing -Machine, drop head, in good condition. ... i|\ |\y| Sale Trice..................... lUcUv One Domestic Sowing Machine. y Salo. Trice....................... f .OU One only, White Rotary Cabinet Sewing Machine at a big saving. Sale Price .,......$50.00 SOLID BRASS BED One only solid brass bed, 414 feet, 2^, in. square posts, rounded cross piece with eight tillers. Reg. $70.00. Sale Price . $56.75 ODD CHAIRS Birch Mahogany arm chair, spring seat, covered in green denim. Reg. $14.00. Sale Price . $11.25 Another one, as above only seat covered in tapestry. Reg. $12.25. Sale Price . $9.00 BIRCH MAHOGANY SMALL CHAIR Tufted back, spring seat covered in .-white cotton. Reg. $12.50. Sale Price . $8.00 SOLID MAHOGANY ARM CHAIR BpautlfuIIy .carved, small pad on back, full spring seat, hair stuffed. Reg, $25.00. Sale Price . $17.00 SOLID MAHOGANY SMALL . CHAIR ^ Carved back, spring seat,'hair stuffed. Reg. $22.50. Sale Price . $15.00 UMBRELLA STANDS Only one Quarter out oak Early English finish, octagonal shape, solid sides, with design cut out. Reg. $9.50. Sale Price ... $6.00 ^ UMBRELLA STANDS IN QUARTER CUT OAK E.E. finish with lattice work at bottom. Reg. $6.25i Sale Price .. $4.00 ONE ONLY AS ABOVE But hna only the four legs with cross piece top and bottom. Reg. $4.45. Sale Price ... $3.25 SOLID BRASS UMBRELLA STAND i With beautiful design, round shape. Reg. $10.75. Sale Price �. $6.75 HALL SEAT Solid .quurter out oak, golden finish. Reg. $9.00. Sale Price . . . $6.50 HALL CHAIR Solid tiuartw cut oak, Jacohean finish with cai'veO. htitk. Reg. $16.00. Sale Price . $11.25 Mail Orders for above goods will be filUd subject to goods being in stock ;