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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE THE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINB DO BETTER AT TEEPLES Individualizing in Home Beautifying Furniture fashions of today represent undoubtedly the highest ideal that has been I d the field of this profession or you may be pieced to term From all the creations in design shown throughi all the and various periods those in vogue today represent the best efforts ot the masters in this One of the most important of ahorn is not only to choose correct but to select them so that theie may be INDIVIDUALITY in the carrying out of the and decorative the weather your Koep ftgoln Wen you tumble from Keep agoln i Sposft out of nvcry Olttln broke alnt any criiiu Tell the world youre fiin prlmn Keep agoln AVomans ems or interest Round the Store o PERSONAL for Solid Comfort In reading or resting in the privacy of your own us commend a Stuffed Chesterflold of the type our attist bus sketched It has all the east Btforded allover upholstery of a high order an 11 is le as you for the complete relaxation of shoulders and Very popular it Is oo in the wellfinished den for tiie hour m which the owner thereof slips into his smoklnggown and Indulges forty winks or a quiet Covering of a very pleasing design ana a splendid wearing quality Svool Priced Chair and Rocker to match EXTRA SPECIAL Brussels and Axminster Rugs at Goodly Savings With fawn and tan predominating colors some small rose and green pattern suit able for dining room and bedroom otn er patterns In conventional style and suitable for den or living It is a well established fact that our regular casn prices are considerably Below what rugs of equal worth sell by the instalment so these price cuts are all the more Axminster size Regular nfi OP Axminster size Regular CC AQ for Axminster size Regular C OC for Bodv size Regular OO PA Body size Regular OA OP for Body Regular OJ AA for Unusually Attractive Bargains in a 3Piece Bedroom Suite at trnessing inch top one long drawn triplicate two 7x2mcnes and one 14x22 The above suite is as you might of solid of beautifully rich reddish The handles are of solid The suite is constructed on well trim tapered well equipped to do all that is expected of ROCKER AND graceful and a necessity to the well furnished JQ Rocker Chair w Once More the Tide Has Brass Beds Have Come Into Their Own After the richness and grandeur of a brass bed cannot be surpassed by any other material or finish But to satisfy a brass bed must be of BEST PERFECT CONSTRUC TION AND LASTING Our new shipment of Brass Beds offer yon an opportunity to see the strongest and the most attractive bedsin buff and satin and ribbon and plain Quality our prices are very Priced from to and chil dren left Saturday the sumi tner at the j Mrs OHagan and Miss Merle OHagan left yesterday for Calgary for a short Smith returned to Great Falls on Saturday after being In the city to attend the funeral if the late Miss Leah Young is visiting in monton for a j Mrs Albert anl son of Cal are visiting and Mrs Younghinljiind of formerly of is the guest of Hammond anil children have arrived from California and the guests of Major and and Dinning are vis1 Itors in j K lias returned from a weeks visit in i i j Capt Skelton has gone to Calgary j where he will meet Is returning from the i Dawson arrived here last week from Quebec to join her busj band and will reside on Sixth Miss Cleveland and Miss Marjorie sistersof al so accompanied Harold Tannii of Moose is tlie guest of ffis i TUESDAYS BARGAIN BULLETIN At THE BAY WATCH FOR OUR SPE ANNOUNCEMENT OF BOYS SUITS is 1o bn something very exceptional and will HIIVC your pocket and PLEASE YOUR BOY Watch Wednesdays Her and soe our Windows on For 97 Cents You can select a lovely waist worth Made of a fine lawn with colored col lars and or all white with Also in striped muslins and a var iety of other Some thing to suit TUESDAY ONLY 97c BOYS AND YOUTHS Paramatta Raincoats Double texture and English Regular Tuesday j only Ladies White Canvas Oxfords have rubber soles andheels and are the most uptodate Sport Shoe or the Also suitable for gen oral Sizes 2Vj to Tuesday onl Stock Up On Your Hose for the Summer You can eltect n big Hav ing for as the nuinmer advances co will HIP price of We find we are over uttjcked in some lines and our predicament is your oppor lunityfor to bring about a actual costs have been obliterated from our This event continue for the remainder of the until our object is at But dont delay In fill ing your requirements as 2 or days may suffice to bring our stocks to when the prints will revert to their usual Childs Black Cotton 21 Ribbed li to Regular 3fic for 29o or l pairs for Childs Black Cotton ll Ribbed Sizes to Regular for Childs Tan Lisle 1t Sizes 6 to Regular 55c for 40c or 3 pairs for Childs 11 Ribbed Hose in either black or Sizes to Reg ular pair Childs Pale Blue Silk Lisle Sizes 4Vi to 6V4 Regular foi pair Misses White Lisle Hose in sizes 7 to Reg ular 60c for pair Black Lisle sizes SVii to Regular for pafi Ladies White Lisle Sizes SVi to RegOA ular pair OUC Ladles Italian Silk Sizes to 9 only Regular for 33c 1t Regular 50c 3 Hose 39c 35c Our Crockery Depart ment is Forging Ahead Rapidly and we attribute this large ly to the special values we have advertised from time to time having brought this sec tion of our business promin ently to the publics Hero are some extra strong specials which will prove con clusively whether our as umptlon is correct or 2 Dinner Sets of 85 pieces Bristol Alkalon China with Royston Reg ular Tuesday A AC only I Dinner Set of 56 English Porcelain with neat green and gold Regular 1 9 Tuesday only PLATES Mr and guests at the Nicholson are in Lawn Swings 4passenger lawn made of hardwood through and nicely painted and glazed with good out door The hangers and seats are finish ed The derricks i feet high and the awing is amply large for four persons and the price is C A C TEEPLE Quality Furniture and Groceries Garden Seats Folding garden very strongly made and cross braced with 3 slab Seat measures 36 ibhed red and Specially Priced at l MtSS Who has been visiting 1 Williamson for 1 tlie past ten leaving to j nigliftb home in Watson son are leav to visit for the Heath nntl children left yes terday for Philadelphia where they will loin Ilealh who left last ivlissBrodifi Miss Olayzer left onf Saturday to fspeiid theholiday at Twin as Kiiestsof and With gold band and nest black 5 Regular dozen 6 Reoular dozen 7 Regular dozen 8 Regular dozen Cups and Saucers Same pattern as Regular dozen doz en These priced prevail Tues day Week in the Cits i Knox no Canad ian girls In Training on accouut of the Wednesday Teach ers training Thursday at ladies Wesley Girls will meet on Tuesday at instead of Monday with their own The Campfire Girls will meet in a sep arate Tuesday at Boy Thursday at ladies aid Thursday evening at choir prac Cragg will be In own pulpit this United evening at S the young peoples Bible class are holding a social tonight in tho church Tuesday evening a 8 00 tho monthly business mooting of the adult class will be helc at the home of 17th Street Wednesday prayer Cyprians Scouts meet tonight at in the vestry Girl Guides meet at 8 4n parish junior Auxiliary meets7 tomorrow Them will be no inter cession service nor teachers meeting this Tho women meet at the lied Cross rooms on Thursday after Augustines As soiiiitlon tonight at intercession service Oil Wednesday night at No teachers meeting on at eight at In tercession service at 8 choir pruo tico al Baptist al Mission Wednesday evening at 8 prayer Thursday even ing at choir Friday from a to Hod Cross Christian at Board meeting at the Wednes day evening 8 prayer meet No choir Red Cross I meeting of Relief focjely tomorrow at subject and Christian weoklj estimony North Lethbrldge Gospel Thursday at 8 special Times ofthe illustrat ed by large John Rae Everybody in Bring your MARVELOUS ADVANCE MADE BY THE f A c T J 8 SOCIAL EVENTS Roberts G Margaret Roberts Mar garet ScOtt Marjorie Smith Stan ley Turner Myrtle Wardman Al Jen Watson Herbert Williams 1 Alex Wilson Bessie Wilson Teach ers andFriends Total 75 HIGH SCHOOL FRUIT PICKERS PEACLOFFER May marvelous ad vance in the importance of the Im perial Order of Daughters of the Km piro as a national accom plishing a moumontal work in Can adas war was the outstanding and notable feature of the reading of reports of todays session by provin cial New Man British Columbia and Saskat Delegates representing sonie 1UO chapters throughout the Domin ion were present and president was In the In anticipation a bombard ment Gooderhmu suggested the election Ofa resolution committee to look over the proffer red motions before being presented to the The president had In mind a volley of memorials to the various govern uonts I do not encourage the sending of resolutions to flie government toll he It really weakens our and when wo have ah Im portant question It has no A resolution committee was accord ingly At the opening the Lady Pope threw a bomb intq tlie otherwise peaceful gathering by demanding to know why the subject of French ra lloi had been given such scant notice in the only u few minutes having been sot aside for discussion of her report on this important Lady Iopes demands at first were very sympathetically received and on a standing was decided to leave the order of business ap it was but to allow tinio in submittingher a farmer living fcft fifth collection of London had a cow killed by ul June U a new German peace offer coming the queitlon now being asked In political What has often been advocated In German Social istic and radical that Germany should clearly and unequivocally state the terms up on which she would be willing to make peace is now urged even uy the panGerman Zeitung which judges the present moment as a most opportune A most enjoyable weekend was spent by KrlUys guests who were entertained at Eddys home at a house Tennis was the popular game during their stay as well as many other The guests were Misses Nimmons and The Macleod High School basket ball and baseball teams visited Leth bridge and They were met at the high school by a re ception committee of the high school boys and girls at The boys played baseball at the ball park at 3 The girls will play basket ball at the high school grounds at 7 Everybody Is cordially invit ed to come and see the teams Both the high school teams were de feated at Macleod on May 23 but are confident of turning the tables on their opponents The reception com the high school girls is mak ing arrangements to serve refresh ments to the visiting V A CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES T June Gideon Robertson announced to day that he succeeded in arrang ing with In charge of shipbuilding on this for retroactive pay for the employees from February 1 on the new scale and that tht strike was prac tically will return to work tomorrow morning TORONTO TO MONTREAL A fruit picking party is being ar ranged iu connection with the High School for those pupils who are ready to help in the work of produc tion for the summer In all probability the school will send out a1 squad of about 40 pickers and it is unite likely will be their Principal Dobson is taking up the matter with the Fruit Growers Union and the Womens In stitute of Arrangements for accommodation and board are being made and further information regard ing these will be announced In some cases it is quite likely the pick ers will be taken into the while in others will live in a camn probat in tents the supervision of and Most of the work will be piece work and it is thought that the pupils can earn sufficient to expenses and huvo something This will depend on the energy and perseverance of the Only strong healthy and persevering pup ils should trfke the Any of the parents of the city who to make the trip and aid in the supervision of the work will be wel comed and should refer to the prin cipal of the school for informa tion regarding the PLOIS AT LAKES At the of the and of friends of the members of the liOth and 9th the 113th the Rotary Club are or ganizing an expedition to Henderson Park on Wednesday when the various the memory of the men who left this city withthewTUrttefwill proved and Themoatvot the work in plots was donejbytlw jnen and K tht ladles of citi zens of this city wbfoldVdnly ing the home burning toy mak ing the plots the beauty spots which they deserve hive undertakento be responsible foi the work and invite the cooperation of all friends of the theVet eraus7 the citizens at large and any other organizations that may wlsk to themselves with this to be on Wednesdaj afternoon at tour The city authorities are lending their full aa sistance and the rotarians are plan ning to have aparade to the of which full particulars will be an nounced At the it is understood the ladies will serya It Is hoped that everybody will join in to make this work a and that they will be present on Wednesday armed with a or rake and a Full will be announced tomorrow ot hour of the when the hoe brigade will but everybody should set aside from four oclock to eight on Wednesday afternoon to show way appreciation we all share of the boys who have left It e understood that anyone attempting to make a speech or in any other way infllctlnB on the good of the will be thrown Into the Dont be a come TWO AIR tlm two hundred mile distance In exacliy two a couple of blplanus of Iho Royal Air Forqe of drop ped into Montreal on Saturday after noon from a height of six this being a record for both as a nunstop journey and in thj epeed at which they l The iwo Major Woodman and Captain ataried out with the idea of fiying only to Brock but A stroiig westerly breeue they decided to go on to Mon treal The Art Department of Mathesis Club will meet at the home of Avenue south tomorrow at The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Capter order Of the Eastern Star will be held tomorrow June iu the Masonic hall at 8 oVlock All members re quested lo be Visiting mem bers cordially f Tlie young ladies Prothean class in the play The Hlopment of will rehearse tonight at while those In Tlie Perplexing Problem will rehearse tomorrow at The ladies aid of Patricks will sew at the Convent on Tuesday after The following souks luiittcul in Westminster School during ihu montli of May Ktliu Allen Bessie Buird 1 Arthur Bedster Lillian Bennett l Leonard Binning James Annie Carter Harriet Carter James Carter Uodd Ab bie Fisher Kruest Winnie tiurr Clara Heaton Horn Lily BpWVP Ifdith lijjjielt Ar thur Lacy Aryid JU Clarence Larson 1 Kthel Larson Violet Log au J Violet Mary McCjowan tfilda N WEDDINGS This morning at halfpast eight in St Patricks church the marriage of Mist Kmily Kuthlyn Brooks and Leo both of Taber took The bride wore u stylish giev suit with hat to match beautiful corsage bouquet The bride was given away by her and Malo the bridegrooms father was also us well as other Fafher MacCaffrey performed the immediately after wards a delightful wedding breakfast was served at thoLulhhrldge only tho immediate fives and of thd bridci anil being and Malo left this afternoon for a trip to Calgary and and upon iheir return will re side in JOINS FLYING Horn formerly editor of Ksluary Review and Basion of the Alberta has 1 Setting the Pace enljslwl with Service J and leaves the Year after year our factories have set the instruments that are really an The Mason and Risch Piano more more more prestige than other It is sold to you direct from the manufac a FactprytOHome system en abling you to save the middlemans THE HOME OF CVEMV STYLEEVfRY PRICE AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM timitcb BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH LETHBRIDQE ;