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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FHIDAY, JANUA!\V i5, BUDGETS OF NEWS Official Figures Bow River Riding The otlicUI retuiHB of the vot^ In tke Bow follows: River constituency tiro as 7 17 5 PoUing Divisiou 'a a ^ i y ~ OWE Knchant, East ...... 7 3 G Retlaw and East ... 23 50 34 Alby .............10 19 15 Sundial .......... 6 12 U Barona. East....... 20 9 6 Carmangaj-. East .... ^22 'J Barons, East......... 14 3 2 B.aron9........... 22 35 45 CarmanBay......... 1 3.'> 69 Barons, West....... 7 3 Barons, Weal.......13 fi 6 Carmangay, West .... S 15 7 Bow Valley........22 S 11 Carmangay. West ... 12 21 S Carmaiigay, N'West . 5 1 10 Carraanygay, N'East .492 Carmangay. N'East .. S 26 7 Yetwdod......... 6 12 10 Knchant, West...... 3 14 1 Enchant.......... 3 43 25 Travers, East....... 4 S 1". �Wheat Center......24 Ifi 15 Travers........... 9 44 ;t Long Coulee......19 11 13 Champion. East..... 14 54 4" Champion, West..... 7 9 3 Champion. West .... 19 4 7 Kirkcaldy......... 17 20 2 Kirkcaldy.........12 13 S Held Hill......... 12 22 3 Reid Hill,' Bast .:... 12 15 � liomond. West......33 II 3 Lomdnd ........... 27 49 24 libmond, East ...... 16 23 4 Eyremore. West .... 63 46 Kinnondale........11 24 18 Klnnondale, West . .23 12 4 Lake McGregor, East. 37 1 0 l,ake McGregor, West. 17 16 1  Vulcan, East....... 4 9 .. Vulcan......'...... 43 99 52 Ensign ........... 6 2S 11 Ensign, N'ortheast ... 15 7 7 Hearnleigh........IS 16 2 Hearnleigh, Bast ... IS 8 1 Que'ensiown ... 20 4 9 � Eaitway.......... 13 13 4 Arrowwood........17 3 2 Herrontoii........i 11 16 15 Mossleigh.........13 9 17 Mossleigh, North ... .. 12 11' Queenstown, North ... 3 18 2 Namaka .......... 8 14 38 Glelchen, .A......... 14 40 45 Glelchen. B......... 29 68 67 Standard. West......12 15 21 Tudor........; .. 1 1� 2 Baljjtree ......... 5 9 31 Rockylord......... 5 15 18 Rockyford, North .... 1 24 .. Rockyford, North .... 1 J 4 Rosedale. West ... ...." 12 .. Rosebud. South...... 1 8 16 Rosedale ...... 4 37 38 Boaedale. South...... 4 .. Standard, North .... 6 5 .. Hussar.......... 1.2 5- OniettevlUe........ 1 44 9 M-kepeace........ 2 2 1 Crowfoot........ 1 2 5 Cluny........... 5 29 19 MUo .. ..........16 9 4 Majorvilie........ 3 9 15 Crowfoot, South .... 3 9 1 Baasano, South .... 4 22 4 Baitaao, South....... 5 2 . Baaaano......----- 9 57 103 Lathom .. 1....... 9 �� 5 Brooica and Eyremore . 12 60 Tiller, South............ Brook*. East ........ 1 25 Xlllicent........... 8 15 michess...... ... 1 3 9 Bassano North ..... 1 2 1 Shandleigh 13 3 14 ateveville........ 20 2 7 Nateby.......... 20 3 21 Hntton .... .. 4 8 . J-ator ........7 13 7 Pandora................. 7 13 n Oraystonaa'. 1 0 12 r^rtmty ...... 11 11 jPartility, Bait .... .. 1 4 a Oarden Plain, East .... 2 7 Garden Plain. Bast ..3 15 16 Endianir.... .... ..1 ll 23 HafMihom... .. .. 2 8 9 . Oahberhead .. ..... 2 20 11 gcpilard .. S 36 38 , Hwdty, Bast...... 1 6 15 �pteity...... � 18 26 Huxley. West .... Trochu, West .. .. Trochu ........ Troclui, East .. .. Ghost Pine, West ., Ghost Pino, Bast .. Ghost Pino. East .. Throe Hills...... Three HiUr. East .. Three Hills. East .. Swalwell....... Swalwell, East .. . Swalwell. South .. Carbon ........ Drumheller, West .. Sarcee ........ Newcastle...... Drumheller Proper, Druniholler Proper, Midland........ Rosedale .; .. .. .. Total......... 1 1 4 19 29 13 12 17 4 6 13 ii 26 .144: 8 21 n 20 37 6T 1 12 1 n 1 7 \:Iow Organizinic-Halifax 'Re* lief Fund is Given Support 1 our ittir IB - Had Ci^ss Work' (From Our Own Corre^and the fol- comlttg back horo would bo somewhat lowing contributions sent away: Over-surprls�,d to see a. nicely connected seas Tobacco Fund, $25.00; Prisoners USSPLENI Manyberrles, .Tan. 24.r-A most fl-at-Ifylng degree of success has attended the efforts ot the embryo, society, recently given birth.through the untlr-lnj( efforts of John F. Berry, local manager ot the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Toward an organlia^ effort at raising funds to enable the community to regularly contribute to the many worthy patriotic organliatlons that ai'o giving sttch wholehearted and magnificent support to the boys who are fighting our battles at the front. Tho organisation boars the name, Manyberrles War Fund AssocUtlon. and had its Inception on the night of months. Wo are having bran and shorts at reasonable prices, but the shorts seem ^ ^ ^ ,,,,^._o I to be poor pig feed. No one has as (From 0..r own Corrc.pon^^^^^^^^^^ ! yot bought au>-screenings, as no Ipdlv-CouUUile, Jnn- 2^-^>>'^,,^�"'�,''^^^^^ Idual cares to have a carload of'feed ^ . , , i .\. has sent Its full quota of delo, ^^^^^^ ^^^.^ ^ ^ leave her bed. On Thursday. Jan. 1.. gatos to the con^'C"^^" r,, " W away in dreamland again. ^ she quietly passed away. The deceas- ,his week. Jno^ a "jrt J i Wh ting, who was up in the ed was sixty-nine yearfe of age. .Mrs. ;w. Hoi:eysett, A. W. M.tchGll and J. _ Baker leaves a sister. Miss Bralnard, Champion, and a daughter, Mrs. Frank J 1,1'ifier are- in atten'.l imo. il. A. Siipgitt v,-ho is in Calgary on bu^l- convenience. CllUrch services are being held In ,,.^.,^, ., ,,, �.,.v.c./ uuimouieu seas jooacco �unu, ao.wu; rnBoners tho OddfeUows hall during tho winter, lutie town blooming on the hUla out of War Bread Fund. $10,00; .Red Cross hero. ! Society, $50.00. Pneumonia has been . prevalent On Friday night, the 18th ot January around horo, lately* one boy having tho association gave a whist drlve,^ died recently.' {box social'and dance In the Gaiety Lomond badly needs a provincial' theatre. This from both a social and police officer and horeln we may make an appeal to the authorities to inrestlgate the extent of our needs In this particular, and act accordingly. Peace River country a tew months ago, says that that well-spoken of dis Anderson. Champion, to mourn her; ,ess, will alsd atteml tho conventloii. P"" "'s loss. The funeVal service was held at the home of .Mrs. P. Anderson on Sat- U. F. A. Officers At,the meeting on Friday evening A 13 (From Our Own Corregpondtnti Wrentham. Jan. 14.-Many people In passing through our town wonder why it has not kept pace with the ^ other towns along the Foremost line. j^The reason, however, I'es in the fact ' that .large land interests have been hqlfi.lngthe land tributary to the town for speculative purposes. However, we understand that the spring will see considerable development in this district. It is reported that Mr. Baldwin expects to break a thousand ai res in Use township east of Wrerith-nm. Jlr. Green'will also do consd-jraWe development work. Our lumberman tells .Us he has sold several large bills of lumber, going Into the district northeast of town. We hear of land being sold to actual settlers every fev/ daya. Lethbrldge real estate men seem to lijve their eyes on tho district around Wrenthtim, and v.'hy not? We can shov as good an avenge of crop yioMs as any district 'n Southern Alberta. 'School Consolidation. The vote on school consolidation was taken in the Patience district last Saturday, for the purpose of ^onaoll-dating the proposed districts of Mack. North Wrentham and Wrentham with Patience 2156. The results showed 16 to 20'In favor. The Mack district, 5 to 6 In favor; North Wrentham, no Toterv but official trustee declared the district in favor. Wrentham la to vote on the S6th but we understand there are no votes against it in that district, so It looks very much m though before urday. Jan. 19, and was conducted by tlio'foYlowing'u7F"~Ar officers were elected: Prog. W. W. Honeysett. ro^ elected by acclamation; vice-president, J. J. Lefflor; secretary-treasurer. U. J. Govtld; directoi-s. Messrs. B. S. Pawson, H. A. Su,?gltt, F. Knapp. Chas. Wood Jno. McD. Davidson, A. W. Mitchell. !� The oyster supper w.is enjoyed. Tho ladies cast their shadows on a �flhoet and the gentlemen got their the local minister. Rev. Mr. Haddon. The interment took place at Carman-g-iy the same afternoon. Mr. and Mi-s. Anderson and Miss Brainard have tho heartfelt sympathy of the town and community In their recent bereavement. Annual School Maelinos Sherwood. S. Di No. 1795 held on Jan. 14, 1918. P. I-|Qlm elected trustee Harvard S. D. No. 1516, held on Jan He says that ho knows of 35 head ot cattle dying up thoro after drinking some of the slough waters He says that Peace River Crossing is a thriving little town. Mr. Dobson intends to handle a carload of steers every year on h's place. Rye win be tho chief pasture and his dam will furnish no end of water. Ho has ordered n . straw spreader with which to cover, the rye during the winter t,o aave tho roots. Henry Boe intends to Sow an acre WINNIFRED (Prom the Bow Island Review) Mr. Phil DeWald is expecting to build a seven-roomed house In the early spring. Rev. Wood has expectations of seeing a new church erected here In the early future. P. J. DeMarce. who sustained a broken leg last 'fall ny nts horse bolt- patrtotlc viewpoint Is easily the most conspicuous and successful effort yet mado in this promising young community, the sum of $95.20 being raised. It is worthy of note that the surrounding country la giving splendid support to the association's ottorts, and President Berry wishes to acknowledge the following contributions -K. Tenhunen, $5.00; O. 0]ala, $5.00; I H. Kakklne, $5.00; J. Sllander, $3.00; Z. H. Starr, $5.00; W. Johnson, $2.00; Rev. A. P. VIrta. $3.00; O. .Matron, $5.00; M. Johnson, $5.00; J. WItzer, $2.00; J. Hanson, $1.00; Lalhd, $1.00; M. Tulsku, $5.00; V. Dahl, $6.00; N. Lampo, $1.00; 9. Wallna, 15 1918, W. Clrich elected trustee. | ^^^i^^n. Several surprises were re-Champion S.D.No^ 2.Oo. held on ^ ^P^eg ,,tth tho Jan. 19, 1918, G. W. Edwards elected trustee.  Those three trustees now constitute the board o� tho newly formed Champion Consolidated S. D. No. 40. A Debate The Young People's club met in the church last Thursday evening with Miss Patterson, convenor of the Patriotic committee. In chat-ge. T^e president, T. O,. JICLeod, read three letters from the front which contained partners by buytng the shadows at ^ nT^VfLd"^Yle''ra^s%'�1th"Va??t'; beets will fatten stock here quicker poet in "Things are not what they seem." About $50 was netted for the Athletic activities of the U. F. A. Women's Institute The Women's Institute held a meeting on Friday evening. Miss Ida Honeysett, the secretary was chosen tlele?nte to the Institute convention In Edmonton in March. Red Cross than ordinary feed. A Brass Band Lomond is trying to organize a brass band. Mr. Phillips Is an experienced band master and cornet playei-cnd we should have a nice little band by spring. Halifax Fund The amount for the Halifax Rel.ef uruncu job iiurs�3 uuit-l �, (.f. , XtoWl lo nh. H Kilo." ing whilst at work In the field, U able ; *J''�:,^' '-I^Oi^^^^ 50c, In hn nrniittti attain attpr a Innir �n�ll i'^^^ Hiapala, $1.00, lOtal $&7.B0. sewing was the chief item of interest, i �|�^J�^ched tho sum of $440.00 The president made a strong plea tor more to come. i�3ia lium luc iiiini. nmui. v.ui.lu.ucu ,.,,,,..,__ , -oanif nf wMoh a inrcn fliessrs. Marshall and yvilson have interesting Infdrmation., Miss Tindall ^�'""'f "'h^. ladies offered wo hSurs ��t ^hoir department store ta Mr. favored the club with a) musical selec- tor Red Cros? s^^^^^^ Cartwright. The obove store Rev Heddon read two letters � .^be'inK he\FatliVs"*DavlJ was bu It shortly after the steel reach- the "firing line" which contained T!.^nf.,^^^^^ here and their business has thriv- �of appreciation for the parcels sons tLis weoK tor sewing ana ar , ^ everXsince. We wish Mr. Elliott thorn hv ih� s s A hiimnrnua rangemont of further deta.'ls. r" overABiacB. no wisu lur. j:.jiioii tlon. from notes sent them by the S. S. A humorous reading "Caleb's Courtship" was then. . , - , , , . rendered by Mr. McLeod. A. "bird con- ing held at Mrs. Davidson s in contest" under the supervision of Miss junction with the Women's Institute Patterson, afforded much amu'semout., meeting. The meeting closed with the National^ Mr. J. P.' Thorn arrived ' home on rangemon _ _ A meeting of 4he Lad es' Aid Is.be- Anthem. The next session ot the club will-take the. nature of a debate, "Resolved that protection is a b^ter corn- Sunday from � a months' visit to Wis con3!n. W. W. Thompson .wHo, ^ad charge merclal policy. for Canada than free ; of Lnnds lumber yiird�t^t(tea3an l/ut trade;" Speakers on affirmative, Rosf who severed his dbnn^l^ with' the �McLeod, Miss Frazier and Miss f rm in the fall, has returned lo his Holmes; speakers on negative, Mr old position again. , �(, ^-i Haddon, Mr. W. Beaubier and Mist Roger Lund;la on a.i|iit'to Wlnni- Patterson, peg. | ' j?l'! j � Good Land Sale The Hay Growers' Hall 'Co. held a The real estate firm of L. J. Adams meeting in the school house on Sat- and Son last week sold the half section urday even'.ng at which it was decid- to be around again after a long spell In ^ed. Mr. Tubman, of the Lake of the Woods elevator, has been notified to report in Winnipeg on January 23rd. Mr. Tubman,.we understand, will undergo a course in aviation. Although we appreciate the patriotic course he has taken, Wlnnlfred will be sorry to see him go. Messrs. Larsen an^ Hinck have recently built an addition to their store. They have also made several improvo-raents to the Interior, thus adding greatly to Its efficiency and appearance. , Tho Wlnnlfred Hotel was recently taken over by F. Lovegrove. who has completely ro-modelied It. Tho rooms are now warm and comfortable, and GIFT FROM THE DEAD TO HAT VETERANS Medicine Hat, Alta., January 19. -Pie. Jacksou, of the 175th batUlion. wrote to his father at Orion, Alta., saying he wished a little money he had left behind to be given to the local Veterans' Association for th^ relief of returned veterans. This morning n pay cheque tor the sum of $60.49 which represents the final settlement of the accounts of Pte. Jackson, who, since writing to histather has been killed in action, was 'banded to the president of the association through Mr. Charters. The vetei'ans deeply appreciate this generous gift from this, are much appreciated by the \Vlnnl-, heroic comrade who cannot now re-fred public. ceive their tbaaka. I another school year. Wrentham can ^nan for $50.00 per acre. Mr. Adams 1 boast ot a good consolidated school. Chfs. Pcta has moved info his new blacksmith shop, where he is kept busy most of the time shoeing horses. He expects to. Install a gasoline engine and trip hammer in the spring so hie. will be able to h?Jidle his steadily increasing trade. The JItfle Pelham girl is very sick In the Gait hospital. She is not expected' to live. Halifax Relief At a recent meeting of our municipal cooncU they voted a donation of $600.00 to the Halifax Relief. This certainly shows the patriotic spirit of our 1918 council. Our local coal dealer has another car of coal this week, ot which the majority ot the farmers are taking ad-^anta^iB. B.. A. Perkins returned on Saturday 'from a short trip to the States. While l^way he visited his daughter and family Urs. O. H. Cruse at Sand-Coulee, Mont. Kesiler Bros, are busy; hauling in wheat. They made pne trip with the tractor.but gave it up as a bad job. A greet many people are inquiring about a well driller. There are two rigs in the district at present but they do uot 8e6m to keep pace with the demand. A good outfit could certainly get all the work they could handle for some time. The train service on this line could certainly be improved. With only two trains a week we should at least be given a seat when we do ride, which has not bean the case all winter. From repeated experience of having to have the baggage car full of standing men let alone the coach, the C. P. R. should know that one coach will not handle the traffic on this line. We are a longer line, ^wlth by tar a greater amount ot business done than the Cardaton branch. Why are we not en--tiUed to. equally as good service. belonging to Wm. Isaacson to an Idaho ed to hold a basket social. A good time is expected. > , Misoes Mary and Ellen, Macintosh left last week tor Alacleod, where they will remain for a time. . / Frank Knapp is wearing a smile that doesn't easily come oft. A young daughter came on Saturday to take Change In C.P.R. time table affects j up her abode In his family. informs your correspondent that he has refused an offer of $65.00 per acre for land lying south of town. Mrs. Kenny, of I^ethbridge, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Laidlaw, for a few days. aUPfLY OF SCREENINGS ./ IS INTERRUPTED Champion. The morning train from Lethbrldge is now dfie at 4.4S a.m. at Champion. New Mayor At a recent meeting of the council J. Harper was elected mayor of' the town. 400 feet of hose and a new force pump have been purchased by the new council for fire .protection. Letter From Don Patterson . The following is a letter from one of our Champion boys which we insert because ot itsrelation to the public: The Field, Dec. 12, 1917. / Dear Friends,--I would be glad if you .would kindly convey my. thanks to the members of your Sunday school for the parcel which has arrived here safely. It was very thotightful thus to remember the boys wlio formerly lived in that distriot, and am quite sure the parcels will be greatly appreciated by all the recipients, and I am especially pleased to be remembered by the people of Champion. My address Is No. 301969, D. W. Patterson, 39th Bati tery. Canadian Field Artillery, France. Again thanking you for the parcel and wishing to be remembered to all my Champion friends. I am, -Yours truly, Donald W. Patterson. Mr. Patterson taught school in the Champion district-some time ago, and during his stay made several friends. Red Cross News The Red Cross entertainment held In Halliday's hall last Wednesday ev-I enlng was a decided success from evr ery point of view. Musical Bclectlons I by Miss Gibbons of Calgary and her ! pupils were rendered exceptionally well. The solos by Miss 9mart, and Miss Gibbons were a rare treat. -The inatriiraentals by the Champion orchestra delighted the audience Immensely^ Tho exhibition of raotlpn pictures by Mr. Haddon was' very good, the plc-> I tures being interesting and instructive > i throughout. The boxes Which were Coaldale is evidently popular with the girls. Another arrived a couple of weeks ago to enliven things at the Walker homo northwest of town. The regular monthlytU. P. A. meet-' Ing will be held on Saturday evening. ' This Is an important meeting' apd should be well attended. Reports will be presented by the delegates to the Cklgary convention. To Dispose of a Handsome / MORRIS CHAIR A unique merchandising feat has been cpnceived to dispose of a Handsome New Morris Chair. It is the only one of its kind in the city, made of selected quarter sawed oak, fumed finish, splendidly constructed, with full leather box seat and loose cushion back toned to match frame. Back has four, different positions, and is an article of furniture which will add much to the furnishings of any home. This handsome ^orris Chair is on display in the window. �iputup.for,aucUon.i:urlngtheeveniMl^4-,,,, the depot here on Tuesday (From Our Own CorresronflenH Foremost, Jan. 23.-Messers. B. J. Carrington and Wm. Dick have, been! reelected on the board of Foremost Consolidated School. /� The school wishes to announce that a class for beginners will be opened on Monday. Atarch 4tti. Parents oiin easily realize tho advantage of starting the little tots in their work. ' Mr., Grant A. Frasei- has returned from Rochester, Minn,, and is looking well. . Mr, H. R. PjjrUer. ' inspector Of Bchbolg, has resumed duty with.Foremost as headquarters. Mrs. D. M. J. Conway has returned from a visit to her sister in Edmonton. Rev. Mr. WinfleUl will spoak on the "Exploitation of the Child" on Sunday evening at Foremost Melhoaist church. Mr. Chudleigh and Mr. Donahoa are In Calgary at the U. F. iA. Oonvontion. Mrs. Chudleigh and' Mi� RI^OAUme are In Calgary. i�,. ' - . Quite a disappointed crowd .return- ; ; , : -^-r, * showed a marked artistic taste amoni f^'r^hpv f�,.n, .h,i ?vi^rt^ M^^^ The Department of Agricul- tithe liberal donors. The center-plec': 1^7,/,?Si,'^^L>*rU.*^t?.v^^*; ture tor Alberta has been facilitating the distribution of available cheap teed tor hogs and other animals by receiving and forwarding applications for screeninga pur,pha8ed by' the Federal Live Stock Branch from the elevators and supplied to farmers and associations at cost. Announcement has been made to ,tbe Provincial Department of Agrlfulti'.ra th-'t tne demand is such that' the present supply is exhauaied and that it win not likely be possible to fill new orders tor a period of six weeks. 9* I donated by Mrs. A. S. Robfrts on dig- play during ttio evening was the prei-<; tiest yet. Mr. M. Moffat wa� the lucky friman in the final draw. 'The reception ? ; of welcome given to one of bur retura- ? jed soldiers. Percy Weatherby. was of ^ I a most hearty nature, X few briefs ? ifrom the address of welcome:' "Mr. Woalherby responded to the call of the empire some 18 liaopths ago. During that time he has experienced the burdens and hardships of a soldiers' life. He has gone through-the atrenu-oifs, nerve-racking eipertppcefl of the trenches. He ha^ fought nobly for I tho cause of demogracyi freedom and right, Cltluen^,of,Champion, we have reason to bu tiroudot s^cb meni who have willingly and .courageously risked hurst and his bride did ^ot arrlva on the train. Jlr. Harry B. iiimt la in Calgafjr on business. / r " STIRLING (I''rom Our Own Correspondent)  Stirling, Jan. 21.-The high wind of Tuesday played pranks all ovar,town. A number ot small butldittga W�r^ wrecked. Mr. Loder's garage waavtum-ed completely over oi)to< thf roof und' a considerable portion" of; til*'brick front of the Sterling ttoM.teM off. There was a grown follii party the meeting houuo Friday nisbt and ,a chlldren'H dance Satqrda]^ aUarjIQoa. v*********^***^* I their livois for us. Some b( them may] Both were well attohd�4. The Bidding Contei^t will be conducted as follows: You can bid any amount you wish. Write your name, addresa and the amount of your bid �n a allp �f paper and mail aame, or deposit it in the box provided for this purpose, which la placed Inaida the door Qf the Furniture Department. The Morrla Chair will ce to the hioheat bidder at. the amount offered, and will be delivered C. O- O. Come and examine this attractive and comfortable pleea of furniture. It is being offered In this unique manner for the purpose of giving publicity, to our Furnltur*. ^Department. How Much Will You Bid ? LIVING ROOM CHAIRS AND ROCKERS A number of different styles anl patterns to select* from. Reed and Puniftd Oak. 5 only Fumed Oak Arm RockorH. mado on pleasing linos and yery strongly constructed, extra larpe spring seat, upholstered In extra quality goat sltln, wide orms.nnd high back.; Thoro ore only 5 of those Rockers^ so come'early. Rocker____........... .. $11.$Q Chair lo Match ...........y $1100 See vyindow LIVING ROOM ROCKER Which will add to the inviting appearance of, a room. Made ot selected quarter-out oak in the lie* . nut brown finish. Automobile neat upholstered 111-goat skin. Shaped ^back with tho same upholstering. -Extremely comfortable. i $24.00 i.50 Specially Priced at Chair to Match .. REED ARM CHAIRS AND ROCKERS Made ot round reed In the new nut browtt finish, w'lth large roll extending from ,the bottom to the .top-Tra .very graceful design' and exceedingly comfortable with high back. Chair. .$13.25 Rocker . $14.00 BROWN REED CHAIR A very useful; reception chair,.constructed'on un-qsuolly pleasing^ linos made of rotend roll reed With shaped arms-and back, cross supported base, tinisbed . in deep nut bpwii.' ^ Chair .$13.00 Rocker... $13.50 U� window 3 ONLY, y^GE REED ROCKERS, $10 A practical and Inexpensive article'ol furnltuw, made of round and split reed in brown or natural finish. . All Goods Carefully Packed by Experienced / Men and \Prelght Prepaid. Piimitiirii and Groecriet Dominioii Block Phone &15 ;