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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. .ll'NK the YOU'LL DO BETTm AT TEEPLE'S Individualizing in Home Beautifying Fuinituie fashions of today represent undoubtedly the highest ideal that has been achieved in the field of this industry-or profession or science-as you may be pleased to term it. From all the creations in design shown through all the cen-tuies^ and various periods those in vogue today represent the best efforts of the masters in this art. One of the most important missions in the furnishing of a home, is not only to choose artistic, correct furnishings, but to select' them so that there may be INDIVIDUALITV in the carrying out of the furnishing and decorative plan. ^For Solid Comfort In reading or rcsUiig in ihn prlviicy of your OV.U sltdng-rooiii. lol ns coinmcntl ii A Mover Stuffed Chi^aterfloW of the lypo our urAial luin sUetcliod above. It has all tlio oaac afforded bv all-ovpr tiphoiHterv- of a high order and Is do-signed, as yoii SCO, for the complete relaxation of shouUlors and linibH. Very popular it is. too, in the woll-finl.shed den for llie hour in which the owner thereof slips Into his snioklnggown and indulges; .in "forty winUa" or a quiet read. Covering of a very pleasing design and a .splendid wearing (luality wool tapestrv. Priced at..........$184.00 Chair and Rocker to match at, each............$62.50 EXTRA SPECIAL Brussels and Axminster Rugs at Goodly Savings with fawn and tan predominating eolors; some .with sn\all rose anil green pattern; unit-ahic for parlor, dining room and bedroom; oth or patterns in conventional style and suitable (or den or living roonv. It is a well estahllahed fact that our regular casn prices are considerably below what rugs of erpial worth sell by the instalment houses, so these price cuts sire all the more notable. Axminster Rugs size C%x!>. Regular .f;52.00 for,...'.......'......... Axmlnator Uug, size llMxlL'. Regular $71.00, foi-....................... Axminster Ilug, size liG.xO;!. Regular $S.OO, for ...................... Body Brussels, size 6%xli. Regular ?28.0n, for....................... I3ody Urussels. size llxii. Regulur $37.51), lor....................... I3ody Brii5sels, .^ize !)xlO','2- Regular S43..';0, for ................. 25.85 55.00 6.25 22.50 29.85 34.90 Unusually Attractive Bargains in a 3-Piece Bedroom Suite at $108.00 ('onslsting of four drawer dresser (two sinall anil two large); top 20x3li inches, fitteil with 2i.v2H Urltisli plate mirror; chiffonier, lSi�.x;!0 inch top; inirror lSx2U inches; 2 small, and 4 large ilrop drawers. Oresning table. inVjx;i5 inch top; 2 small and one Jong drawn tripllc.ito mirror, two 7x22 inches and one 14x22 inches.. The above suite is made, as you might expect, of solid mahogany, of beautifully rich reddish tone. The huudles are of solid brass. Tlie tuiito is constructod ou cleanliiiihcd, straigbt-ltneU, well proportioned, trim tapered logs -well equipped to dn all that i.s expected of it. ROCrvEK AND CHAIR. Neat, graceful and a iH!cessity to the well furnished bedroom. ^ CA Rocker $6,50. Chair...............O.Dv Once More the Tide Has Turned and, Brass Beds Have Come Into Their Own After all, the richness and grandeur of a brass bed cannot be Ktirpassed by any other tuaterial or finLsh. But to satisfy completely, a brass bed must be of BEST MATERIALS. PERFECT CONSTRUCTION AND LASTING FINISH. Otir now shipment of iirass Beds offer you an opportunity to see the newest, the strongest and the most attractive beds in btiff and ribbon, satin and ribbon and plain satiti; finish, (iuallty considered our prices are very reasonable. Priced from......$23.50 to $49.00 daily ' iikrald pagp: nine Lawn Swings �l-passongcr lawn swint'. made of bnnMvood through-nut and nicely painted red, an> > > > : PERSONAL o o : Mrs. Rol)ert. Barrou 111,111 ^uid cliil-dren left Saturday tu ii.-iid tlie hiiui mer at the coast. .Mrs. O'llagan ami .Miss Merle, O'llHgau left yesteril;!'. Kir Calgary' for a short visit, Mrs. W. R. Smith rciiiiii".i lo Great; Falls Oil Saturday nflir lirinj,' in the; city to attend the funeral of tlie late: .Mr. Smith. ' Miss I'iOa'h Young if^ v,siting in l;:d'' nuuiton for a time. * + - .Mrs. Albert M Wem ;.n'l sun of ''al-; gary. are visiting .lud;;" and Mrs. i Jaekson. ) Mrs. V. fj. Younglm ii,:,!ifl of Ottawa. \ '' formerly of Lothbrid^-.-, is tiie guest : of Mrs, Alex. Smith. 1 * * " 1 Mrs. 1''. llaiumoiKl ^inci children j have arrived from i'lilifuniia and are'; tlie guests of Major iniil Burnett.  1 i Mr. and Mrs. R. .1. iiiiining are vis-1 \ Iters In Calgary. I .Mrs. K. C. .Guilbauli lias returned] from a week's visit in Wintiiiieg. Capt. Skeltoii lia.^ cmie to Calgary i where he will meet .Mrs. Skelion. who ^ Is returning from tin' (oasi. Mrs. \V. S. Dawson arrived here last ; week from Quebec lo join her lius- , band and will reside on Si.vtli Avenui;. .Miss Cleveland and Miss Marjorle Cleveland, sisters of Mr. Dawson, also accompanied her. Mr. Harold Tanner of Moose .law | iB tile KUest of his .siller, .Mrs. F. L. Walters. i    . ; Ml', and Mrs. W. W. Nicholson are guests al the Ptdli^^er in Calgary. Mlsa Weir, who liai; been visiting her!sislor. Mrs. A. W. Williamson for the past ten mbntiis. is leaving tonight to return, to tier home in Madoc � .  , Mrs. K. A. Wll'sDii and son are leav-lng.'loulght for Jetiitboro to visit for thu summer. V ' ' Mrs. Heath and children left yesterday for Pliilailejpliia where they win join Mr. Healh who left last week. Miss Brodic uiid .Aliss Olayzer left on, Saturday to spelid the holiday ;it Twin Butte, a.s Kiiests-of Mr. and .Mrs. J. i\l. Ure.  * � * : o � o � > ? SOCIAL EVENTS >  A most enjoyable week-end was spent by -Mrs. Kddy's guests who were entertained at .Mrs. Eddy's home at a houso p.-trly. 'rennis was the popular game during their stay as well us many other interesting - innovations. Tho guests wcrt' Misses Aird, Gow, Hilling, X. Hazel, Nimmons and M. Xinlmons, 1'Jlnior ijuge, a farmer living tk� ,ti(th,concen^lou of London luwnihip, hud n cow killed by lleliliilng, valued at �20U- ��� COAST SIRi OVER Vancouver, June 3.-Senator Gideon Robertson announced today that he succeeded in arranging with R, P. Butchart, In charge of shipbuilding on this coast, for retroactive pay for the employees as- from February 1 on th� new scale and that the strike was practically over. The. men will return to work tomorrow morning^ � T TWOH(!S,m .Montreal, .luiio -Negotiating the two hundred mile ((Istance In exactly two hours, a couple ot biplanos of the Royal Air I'^orqc of De3ei;oiito. di-op-ped'Into Montreal on Saturday afternoon froiii a height of six thousau!l feel, this bolug a record for Canada, bolli as a nun-stop jonrney antl In Ihfj speed at which they travelled, Tho Win aviatorp, Major F,' V. WooUiuaii aad Uaptaln TO, il, ^nilth. aturted out with the Idea ot flying ouljr lo Bruck-ville, but a slrojig westerly brno2e aiding, Ihey decided to go on tu Mon ireal Items of Interest 'Round the Store TUESDAY'S BARGAIN BULLETIN At 'THE BAY' WATCH FOR OUR SPE-ClAJL ANNOUNCEMENT BOYS' SUITS It is lo be something very e.\. Tuesday /i oq only .............. Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords i These, liave rubber soles and' heels anil are the most ii|)-to-date Sport Shoe or the season. -Mso suitable for general occasions. Sizes 2i,-i \i> (i. Ttiesday only............ 2.49 Stock Up On Your Hose for the Summer Vou can i:\Uci a big saving here, for a.s Hie i.nininer advances so will the jirice of iiosliM'v. \Vr riiul We are over-stocked 111 soiii" lines aiui our jircillcaiiieni Is yimr oppor-I unity, for to bring aliout a reduction, acliial cosIh li:ive been obliterated frotu our mind. Tlii^ event '.viil continue for the leinaindcr of 'he weed;, until our objei'l is attained, rbil don't delay in filling your reqiiirpments as 2 or ;'. days may sufflcf! to bring our stoi:ks to normal, when the lirices will revert to their usual level. Child's Black Cotton 21 Ribbed lIo.se. Si/.es (1 to 1". Regular :!.")( |)air, for 29c per pair, or i! pairs -s r r for ................. X�30 Child's Uliuk Cotton l-l Hibbed llo.se. Sizes IVs to to. Regular 'ITic tor 33 C Child's Tan Lisle Hose. 1-t ribbed. .Sizes ti lo 10. Regular :i7ic for 40c pair, or "j jialrs for ........ Child's l-l Ribbed Hose in either black or white. Sizes l',2 to GVj only. Regular u5c, for, pair Child's Pale Blue .Silk Male Jlose. Sizes AM to iJVi only, liegular 7 Sc. for pair ........... .Misses' White Lisle Hose in sizes 7 to !i%. Itog-ular 60c for pair .... Ladies' Black Lisle si-/.es .S'/i to 10. Itegular DOc. for pair ... Ladies' White LIslo Sizes SV-i to JU. Regular -lOc. for. pail-Ladles' Italian Blaclv Silk Hose. Sizes S'.^ to 'J only; Regular aOr, for .pair ......: :� � � 1.10 lose in . Sizes 35c k Lisle i onlv. 50c ! Ho.se 39c Hose, 35c Hose., 30c �1� Silk only: 39c 9.95 Our Crockery Department is Forging Ahead Rapidly -anil wo attribute this largely tu the special values we have advertised from time to lime having brought this section of our business pronilu-eutly to the public's notice. Here are Home extra strong specials which will prove conclusively 'whether our as-umiilion is pieces Bristol Alkalon China with ICoyston pattern. Regular $14..';o. Tuesday only ............ I only. Dinner Set of 56 (ileces. Knglish Porcelain with neat greeu and gold border. Ue.^nlar $17.50. -lO QC Tuesdav onlv .... Ifa.IU PLATES Witli gold band and neat black line. 5 inch. Regular $3,00 dozen, for, dozen...........$2.50 6 inch. Regular $3.75 dozen, for, dozen .......... $2.95 7 inch. Regular $4.50 dozen, for, dozen .......... $3..'i0 8 inch. Regular $5.00 dozen, for, dozen .......... $3.95 Cups and Saucers Same pattern as above. Regular $5,00 dozen for, dozen ................. $3.00 These prices prevail Tuesday only. Robert.s 0. Margaret Roberta �, Margaret Scott 2, Marjorie Smith 2, Stanley Turner 1, Myrtle Wardman 2, Allen Watson 1. Herbert Williams L Alex Wilson 2. Bessie 'VS'ilson 2, Teachers andFrionds 7. Total "o pairs. �s � � HIGH SCHOOL FRUIT PICKERS The Macleod High School basket ball and baHp.ball teams visited Leth-Uridgo and played return games. They wero met at tiie high school by a reception coinmitlee ot the high sithool boys and girls at 1.30 p,m. The boys played baseball at the ball park at 3 p.m. The girls will play basket ball at the high school grounds at 7 p.m. tonight. Kvorybody Is cordially Invited to come and see the teams play. Both the high school learns were defeated at Macleod ou May 23 but are confident of turning the tables on their opjioneiits today. The reception committee of the high school girls is making arrangements to serve retresh-nients to the visiting teams, �   � 4 c O  O 9 > � � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? � � .....' : * ? : > : ? : : : * : : ? : : ? ? The Arf Department ot Mathoais Club will meet at the. home of Mrs. F. A. Stnltzo, 1107 ,3vtl Avonuo south tomorrow at .1 o'clock. �� * . � , The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Capter -No.'' 7. order ot the Eastern Star will be hold tomorrow evening, Tuesday, .Tune '1, in the Masonic hail at 8 o'clock sharp. All members re-(luested to be present. Visiting members cordially welcomed.  - � f The young ladles Prothoan class in the play "The lOlopment of Ellon," will rehearse tonight iit S.30, while those in "The Perplexing , Problem" will rehearse tomorrow at 7. A * � Tho- ladies aid ot St. Patrick's will sow at tho Convout on Tuesday afternoon, * ni 4> .The folhnvlug socks .weri', knitted in Wostminslor Scluuil during tho month of May; Ellio! Allow 12, Bosslo Baird 1, Arthur Bcdster 1. Ijlllidn Bennett 1, Ijeonard Blimlng 1_ James Howkor, Annie (Uirter 1, Harriet Carter 2, James Carter 1, Thelmtw iiodd 1, Ab-bie Fisher I, Erueot Flin.n a, Winnie Giirr 1, Clara Hcaton 1, CUrlBSle Horn 3, Lily Ho.y/ifn 1. S'tllth, Iq)jielt 1. Ar-liniv Uav.f 1, Arvltl Laj'soii.J, Clar'entie Lai'son I,' Ktliel Larson I, Violet Log-Un 1 Violet IJowb'il, Mary McGowan 2, Hilda NorriK I^Mbellu Hue 1. Durls V : : > : : > : ? : : : : : : > A fruit picking party is being arranged iu connection with tlie High School for all those pupils who are ready to help in tho work of production for the summer vacation. In all probability the school will send out a squad ot iibout 40 pickers and it is (luite likely Creston, B. C. will be their destination. Princiiial Dobson is taking up the matter with the Fruit Growers' Union and the Women's institute ot.Creston. Arrangements for accommociation and board are being made and further Information regarding these will be announced later. In some cases it is quite likely the plck-er.-i win be taken into the homes, while in others will live iu a camp pro'^ably in tents undei- the suporvisiou of Mr. and .Sirs, Dobson. Most ot the work will be piece work and it is thought that the pupils can earn 8ur.ficient to Iia,v. expense.s and have something over. This will depend on the energy and perseverance of the pupils. Only strong, healthy and persevering pupils sho'uld ta^ke the trip. Any ot the parents or.teachers ot the city who wish lo make the trii) and aid in tho suporvisiou ot tlip work will he welcomed and should refer to the principal of the Jiigli school for information regarding the trip. * * * ? : : : : : : ? ? : : : ? ? : : i' ... ? .> WEDDINGS ? .;. o .> .;. .^ .> .;. BROOKS-MALO This muruing at half-past oiglu in SI. Patrick's church the marriage of Miss Kmily Kathlyn Brook,s aiul Mr. Leo i\lalo, both ot Taber look place. The bride woi'o.u stylish grev suit with bat to match^.atid beautiful corsage bouquet of/violets. The bride was given away by her father, Mr. H. Brooks, and Mr. E.'Malo the bridegroom's father was also present, as well ns other relatives. Rev, Faflior MiicCaffrey performed tho ceremony, luimediately afterwards a dtjlightful wedding breakfast was served at the' Ijethlirldge Vlotol, only tho immediate '"Hvcs ami friouds of thiJi bride and groom boiug present. Mr. and Mrs. Main left this afternoon for a trip to Calgary and Banff, iiiid upon their return will reside in Ta'ber, LDIERS' PLOTS Al LAKES .\l the reiiuest of the I.O.D.li;., and ot friends oi the members of the 20th and '.!9th Batteries, amd the 113th Highlnnder.s, the Rotary Club are organizing an expedition to Henderson Park on Wednesday afternoon, when tho various plots,.. (l.etlLi,Qftt.e(l;. to- ihe memory of tho splendid, men who left this city with-thesa^initsf^-y.'!!! be Improved and freahejied. The nlpat. ot the work in �oonn6oUon-^with...tliege plots was originally, done;Jiy lie men themselves, and It-- A\f�ai felt'by the ladles ot the I.O.D,B.,Ahftb tiie cltl-zenp of this city w,buld':dnly be. keep; ing the "home fire* burning'-' b)^.malting the plots the beatify .^pots which they deserve 19 be.-Tlvs-'Rotarst^-Glub have undertaken >to be responsible foi the work and invite the co-operatior of all friends ot the boys, the Vet erans' Club, the citizens at large anc any other organizations that may wist to associate rhemselves with this work,, to be present ou WeUneadaj afternoon al tour o'clock. The city authorities are lending their full as slstance and the' rotarians' are plan-ning to have a'parade to the grounds, of which full particulars will be an. nouuced tomorrow. At the grounds, it is understood tho ladles will serve luncheon. It is hoped that everybody will join in to make this work a sue. cess, and that they will be present on Wednesday afternoon, armed with a hoe or ralte and a �mlle. Full partlc. ulars will be announced tomorrow ot the hour ot the parade, when the hoe brigade will assembl�, but everybody should-set aside from four o'clock to eight on Wednesday afternoon to tihow � In-this pvaotlcal way the appreciation we all share of the boys who have lef^ us, . It ia understood that anyone ;attempl{ng to make a speech or In any other way infijcting on tho good .nature of the workers, will be throTini into the lake. Don't be a piker, come .along. JOINS-FLYING CORPS. Calgary, .luno ;i.-Leonard Itoru-caslle, formerly editor of the l'.;sluary ..Review and.lSuston Revlety, Sask,^and of the (!ereal. Alberta Review, has enlisted with lUe.Royal Ait' Sorvlte, .anil leaves.tor the oust.Juiie 34.' � Setting the Pace Year after year our factories have set the pace-producing instruments that are really an achievement. The Mason and Risch Piano has more character, move individuality, more prestige than other Pianos. It is sold to you direct from the manufacturer, a "Factory-to-Home" system enabling you to save the middleman's profit. "THE HOME OF THE ViCTROL^'' �VE�y STVLE-EVERY PRICE 3 AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM iCiniittb BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDQE 02020253000002010201010200020001020101010002000802000001010000010100000102011011060002020202010200 ;