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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .TINB 1918 -.-/-E IX^BRIDGE DAILY !ir:i'.ALD PAGE NINR YOU'LL DO BETTER AT TEEPLE'S IndividualizingtoT^ Home Beautifying Furniture fashions of today represent undoubtedly the highest ideal that has been achicvod 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 INDIVIDUALITY in the carrying out of the furnishing and decorative plan. For Solid Comfort In reailliig or resting In the privacy of^your own Hittlng-rooni, lei iim comn)en(l u AUovcr Stufred Clii!Ht(!rfiPl(l of Iho lypo our HrllHi lias sketclioil above. It hiiH all Uio ease afforded liy nil-over iiphoistery of a high order and. Is ile-signed, aa you see, for the complete relaxation ot shoulders and limhs. Very popular It Is, too, in the woll-l'lnlshed den for the hour In wJiich the owner thereof slips into his smoklug-gown' and IndulKCs in "forty winks" or a quiet, rend. C;overing of a very pleasluK design and a splendid weiiriiiK Qiialltv wool tapestry. 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 colors; some .with small rose and green pattern; suit-able for parlor, diulng room and bedroom; oth er patterns in convenlioiial style and suitable lor d�n or living room. It is a well esti.i?lialied fact that o\ir regular casn in'ices,are considerably below what rugs of equal worth sell by the Instalment houses, so Iheso price cuts are all the more notable. Axralnsler Rugs size Gytx9. Regular $^2.00 for ..."............... A.tmlnstor Rug, size MWxVl. Regular $71.00, for ....................... Axminster Rug, size ;;r,.\0:i. Regular $S.OO, for ...................... Hody IJrussels, size 0%.\�. Regular $28.00. for ...................... Hody liru.saels, size !tx!i, Itegnlar $:i7.50. tor .;..................... Body BrUjselB, .^Ize OxKiu. Regular S43.B0, 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 Coiislstlue of four drawer dresser (two small and two large); top 20x:ifi Inches, fitted witli 21.\28 British plato mirror;'rlilffonlor, IS'.ixoO Incli top: mirror 18x22 Inches; 2 small and 4 large drop drawers. Dressing fable. Ifl'/aX.in Inch (op; 2 small .md oui! long drawn triplicate mirror, two 7x22 Inches and one 14x22 in(dies.. The above suite is made, as you might expocl, of solid mahogany, of beautifully rich reddish tone. The handles arc of solid brass. The suite Ik constr\ictcd. on cleaulitnbed. straight-lined, well proportioned, trim tapered legs -well equipped to do all that is expected of It. nOCKBR ANM) CHAIR. N^eat. graceful and a necessity to tlie well furnished bedroom. ( Rocker $6.50. Chair...............D.dV Once More the Tide Has Turned and Brass Beds Have Come Into Their Own After all. the richness and grandeur ot a brass bed cannot be surpassed by any other material or finish. But to satisfy completely, a brass bed must be ot BEST MATERIALS, PERFECT CONSTRUC-' TION AND LASTING FINISH. Our new shipment oC Brass , Beds otter you an opportunity to see the newest,' the strongest and the most attractive beds In butt and ribbon, satin and ribbon and plain satin finish. Quality conslflered our prices are very req'souablo. Priced from____. $23.50 to $49.00 PHONE 122"; Lawn Swings 4-pas-si'nger lawn swiiisr. made of luird.wood throughout and nicely painted red, and glazed with good outdoor varnish. The croKsarms, hanger.i and seats are finished natural. The derrick is ii feet high and the swing is amply large for four persons and the price Is 1 1 CA only.............. 1 l.DU L e. TEEPLE Quality Furniture and Groceries Garden Seats Folding garden settees, very strongly made and cross-brncod with S slab hacks. Seat measures Sfi inches, tin-i.shed red and natural. Specially Priced at $2.50 in the Cit^ Cburcb^g Knox Church.-Monday, no Canad-1h)i girls In Training on acconut ot the holiday. Wednesday,at 7.30, Toach-ors training class. Thursday at 3.00, ladles' aid. ^ Wesley Church-Campflre Girts will meat on Tuesday at 7.,'iU Instead of Monday with tiiolrown guardians. The Campfire Girls will meet in u separate camp. ' Tuesday at 7.30, Boy a > > ? ' : ? MARVELOUS ADVANCE > ? MADE BY THE I.O.D.E. ? ? ? > ? ? ? * ? ? ? .'Toronto,,May 28.-A marvelous advance In I'ho importance of tho Imperial Order of Daughters of the Km-l)iro aH a national institution, acconi-plishing a moumentnl work in I'an-ada's war effort, was tho outstanding and notable feature ot the reading of reports of to-day's session b.v provincial regents of Now Brunswick, Manitoba, British' Columbia and Saskatchewan, Delegatus representing some 100 cliaplere througUoiit lha Dominion were predfent arid''Mrs, A. E. Gooderham, president was in the chair. Ill anticipation o� a bombardment of' resolutions, Mrs, Gooderham HiigBOBted tho election 6f^n resolution committee "to look over" the pvotl'er-r.'!)! motions'before lieing presented to the meeting. ' v The. president had Inf. mind a volley of memorialSi to ,lUe, varloAls governments'. "I do not oncourKge the' sending ot resolutions to l|lie government tcpi often,' he suld. "It really weakens our cause, and wlian w'e have an important question It has no force." A reKolution committee was accordingly appulnted. At the opening of the session. Lady T'opo threw a bomb into tho otherwise peaceful gathering by demanding to kiiA' why tlie subject of "PreiicJi re-HoP had been given such scant notice In the agenda, only a few minutes having been sot aside for discussion of Iter report on this Important work. Lady Popo's demands at first wore not verjr sympathetically received ami on a standing vote it was dodlded to leave the order n|' business as'it was but to nilow. Ludy P^lieiUnurB'tlmo in submitting her roport! � Klmei' Sage, u farmer llrlng oa tk� , fifth .cqiiceeijlon of LaoOoii townthip, had a cow killed by lighlnlnB, valued ul if2 00. GERMAN PEACE OFFER? Amsterdam, June 3.-"Is ^ new German peace offer coming?" Is the question now being asked l: > > > * PERSONAL f,. ? �: c- ��?�,��:> c. c. � .Mrs. Robert Baridwruau iitid clill-1 droit loft. Saturday Iim'jiujhI the uum-: ' mcr at the coast. | .Mrs. O'llagan MIks MorlR, Q'llagun left yestcia;i,\ for Calgary i for a short visit.. 1 .Mrs. ,W. R. Sraith rctinncd (n (ircat i Falls on Saturday .ifii;- lining in lluil clly to attend the rj) of llio lut Mr. S mi til. * . j MlHH Leah Youiir is visiting in Ed-| nionton fur ii lime. i Mr.s. Albert E. Wist ;inil son ot Cal-i gury. are visiting .Iud^c and Mrs. \ Jackson. ..**� .' Mrs. V. G. Youugliii.-i.1111(1 of Ottawa. ' formerly of Le(hbriiii;c. i,s t)ie gue.st of' Mrs.-Alex. Sniltli.  * * .Mrs. V. Ilammoml aiul cliildven I have arriveil from laliriiniiii and are i the guests of Majoi- and .Mrs. Burnett.: * I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. iJliiniug are visitors in Calgary. * t y\r?. E. C. GuilbauU luis .returned | from u week's visit in Wiiiuippg. * " 1 � Capt. Skelton ha.s gone to Calgary where he will meet .Mis. Skelton, who is returning from ihe coast. Mrs. W. S. Dawijon arrived here last week from Quebiu to join her hus-bund and will reside on Sixth Avenue. -Miss Cleveland and .Ml.s.s Marjorie Cleveland, sisters of Mr. Oawaon, also accompanied her. '/ ..  Mr. Harold TAinu-r of Moose .law-is the guest of'-his sister, Mrs. F. I.. \ Walters. Items of Interest 'Round the Store TUESDAY'S BARGAIN BULLETIN At 'THE BAY' . Mr. anil; Mrs. K. \V. Nicholson are : guests al the Ki^iliser in Culgury. J^iss Weir, who !i/is been visiting | lier-slster, Mrs. A. v.". Williamson for i the.past ten niontlis, is.leaving to- \ niglit to return to iier hom\i in Madoc. | ,^..-,,1 ; M,cs. E. A. >Vl!soii and eon are leav-iiig'lohiglu tbr'Ketei(bor(Itp visit for tlie summer. : ' '' *. '.* �� Mrs. Ilea 111 and cliildfen loft .ves-terday for i'liijadelphia where they will join Mr. Uij.ith who left last week.  * ,  MLs."!' Brodlc. wi^ .Miss Qlayxer left on Saturday m ^peiid the holiday at Twin Butte, as KUests ot Mr. and .Mrs. J. M. Uro.  � � � � ? � SOCIAL EVENTS '> * * . A most enjoyable week-end was spent by Jf r.s. Kildy.'s. guests (who were entertained at Mrs. Eddy's home'at a house pftrty. Tennis was the popular game during tlieir stay ' as well as many other interesting-" innovation.s. The guests were Misses Aird, Gow, Hilling, N. Iliize], Niniuions and M. Nim'mons. The Maclooil High School liaskot ball and buspliall'teams visited Lethbridge and played i;eturn games, 'i'hey were met at tlie high school by a reception committee of the high sciiool boys and girls at 1.30 p.m. The boys pilayod baseball at the ball park at 3 p.m. The girls will play basket ball at the higli scliool grounds at 7 r.ni. tonight. Everybody is cordially invited to come and see the teams play. Both the high scliool teams were defeated at Macleod on-May 23 but are contjdont of turning the tables on their opponents today. The reception com-miltco of tlie iiigh school girls is making arrangcincnts to serve ^etresli-nieuts to tho visiting teams.    * : �!- '> c f * * *  * � .> � * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? > : � : : : : : : * : > > : ? ? : The Art Department of Matliosis Club will meet at tbp-home of Mrs. K. A, Sloltze. 1107v3rd Avenue south tomorrow at 3 xi'clook.  * ft*..- ... ; The regular meeting ot Maple Leaf Capter No. 7, order tit the Eastern Star will be,hold tomorrow evening, Tuesday. June 4. in the Masonic hall at 8 o'clock sharp. All nierabors ro-questeri to be present. Visiting members cordially welcomed.   � The young ladies Protliean class In the play "The lOlopment ot Ellen," will rehearse tonight at 8.30, while .those In "Tlii' Herplexing Problem" will rehearse tomorrow at 7. * *  Tho ladies, aid ot.'si. Patrick's will KBW at,tho Convent on. Tuesday attar-noon. u a. * ,  Tlin following socks were kiillled in Westminster ScIkjoI-during tho mouth ot May: Ethel Allen 11!, Bnssln Buird 1, Arthur Redster 1, Lllliuu Hounott 1, Leonurd iilnniug !, Junius iluwkor, Annie Carter 1, Harriet Carter 1!. James Carter 1. Tholmu' Dodd 1, Ab-blo Ptsher I, Ernest Flinn ;j, Winnie CJurr 1, Clara 1 teuton 1, ChriBsIb Horn 2, Lily Howes 1, Edith Impett 1. Ar-tb.U,^' i^ac); 1, Arvia Larson 4, Clarence ]jar�on 1, JSlhol Lfirson 1, Violet Logan 1, violet Lowo 1, Mary McGowan 2, Wjia* ^'.vKxin ,}., ^ii�J'ni.i Jtao I, Doris WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF BOyS'SUITS II is to lie Homelhjng very i'xrcplional and will y,u\i: your pockot and------ PLEASE YOUR BOY Watcii Wednesday's Herald, and see our Windows on Thursday,- ,� . For 97 Cents Vou can select a lovely waist worth Sl.r>0. Made ot a fine lawn with colored collars and ciitrs. or all whito with cinbroidcred fronts. Also in striped muaiins and a variety of otlicr makCH. Home-thing to suit CVl'lVdUi'. TUESDAY ONLY 97c BOYS' AND YOUTHS Paramatta Raincoats Double te.ttin-e and Wtiglish make. Giiarantoed. Regular isiu.ni).' Tuosdav J QQ only ............... ft.IfO Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords These have rubber soles and heels and are' the moat up-to-date Sport Shoe of the season^, Also suitable for general occasions. Sizes 2',i to I!. Tuesday only.........., , 2.49 Stock Up On Your Hose for the Summer Vdii (-an ciii-cl a big saving here, fen- as llic summer advaticHH so w-ill llie prii-'' of liosiery. We flnii arc iivor-ai.DcUed in some Hiiei; and iiiir liie(|i,:fiiiH'nt is your upiior-limity. for to tiring aliiiut a reiiuction. aelilill costs liave been obliterated from our mind. This event will continue for tile remjillider of the Nveek. until iniv object is at-t.-iiiied. Mill iliin'i delay In filling your reriulreinftntH as 2 or days Mia.v siitfiee to l)ring our stocks to iiorniMl. when the prices will revert to their usual lo.vi'l. Child's Black Cotton 2-1 RibbiMi Hose. Sizes (i lo 10. Regular :>')(� pair, for 29o per p.iir, or : PICKERS : : c : A fruit pickiug party is being arranged in connection with the High School tor all those pupils ^yho'are ready' to"lieli) in tho work of prodiic-tinn for the summer vacaticm. In all probability the school will send out a scpiad of about 40 pickers and it �-�is (H^lte liltel.y C.roslbi^, B. (.'., w-ill .be | their destination. .Principal Dobson is j taking up the matter with the. Fruit Growers' Union -and the Women's lu-stituto of-Creston. Arrangeinents for accommodation and -board' are being made and further Information regarding those will be announced later. In some ca.ses it is {luito likely the picker.? will ba taken into the homes, while in others will live iti a camp probably in tents under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs.. Dobson. Most ot the work will bo ploce-work and It is thought that the pupils can. our.n sufficient to pay.oxpouses and have " something over. This Will depend on the energy and perseverance of tho pupils. Only strong, honltliy and persevering pupils sho'uld take tiie trip. Any of the parents or-toucliers of the city who �wish to ninko lUe'trlii and aid Irt" tho supervision ot the work will be'-welcomed uinl �should refer to the principal of the .lUgh school tor Intrtrma-tiuii regarding the trip. ? ? ? > ? > ? : ? ? ? : ? > ' WEDDINGS > .;..;. .> .;. .;. .> .;. .j. .;. BROOKS -MALO , This morning ut half-past eight In St. Patrick's church tlio murrfage of Miss Etjiily Katlilyu Brooks and Mr. Leo Malo, both of Tuber took place. The bride wore a stylisli grey.suitrwith hat to match.tind heaiitiful corsage bouquet of vi.olets. The bride was given away by )ior fallier. Mr. II. Brooks,- and Mr. E. Malo the bridegroom's father was also present, us well as other relatives. Uov. ]'''iither .MucCaffrcy performed tho ceremony., Iminodlately afterwards a delightful wedding breakfast was served at the Lethbridge Hotel, oiil.v tho imnuidlate '"lives , and frieuds of tlio lirldq and groom being jirpKonL Mr. and Aii.s. Malo left this afteruooii foit^ a trip lo CJalgary and Banff, and, upon their return will re-aide ill TalVer. ROTMNSWILL WORK ON SOLDIERS' PLOIS AT LAKES �-�.\t t-he reciuest ot the I.O.D.E., and of friends of tiie members ot the 2iith and ,",9lh Batteries, auid the' llliih Highlanders, the Rotary Club are organizing an expedition to Henderson Park on Wednesday atturnoon, when tho various p.tols,: .rteillCS(IBrt",'JtQV,"the memory of the splendid liien-wlio lett this city w-lth th68^ffiinltS','r;>'UI be'lnv-. Iiroved and treslieu^cC!: Tlo ".Inost ot the work in -eonnecHon--wlt^-Hiese-ploLs was originally-itlpnd.jliy. the men themselves, and 'iw'was'ffil't-'-iby:. the ladles^ or the.,4.6;ijfll;.'-,.lliS� .t'He,. cjtK zens ot this cjty )VDHld':ohly/bft keep: ing the "home'tlro�',t)ii'rhing-'^-bV-mali-ing the plots tho ;b0atit>:s(S4>g(.S'.>'hlch they dceerve t^ be.---IMie'-Ubtftry-tilub have undertaken to be responsible to) the work and invite tho co-operation ot all friends of the boys, the Vet eraits' Club, the citizens at large am? any other organizations that may wist to associate themselves with ihU work,, ki be present on "Wednesdaj afternoon ut four o'clock.  The city authorities are lending .their full as aistance. and the" rotarians are plan nliig lo have a parade to the grounds, ot �.vhlch full particulars will bo an nounced tomorrow. At the grounds, It is understood the ladles will serve luncheon. It Is hoped that everybody will join in to-make this work a sue-cess, and that they .will bo preaent on Wednesday afternoon, armed with a hoe or ^-ake and a smile. Full particulars will be announced tomorrow of the hour ot the parade, when the hoe brigade will assembl*, but everybody should'set aside from four o'clock to eight on Wudnesday afternoon to .ihow -in-lUis -practical way- the appreciation we all share ot tho boys who have lef^ us. . It ie understood that anyone attempting to make a speech or in any other way inflicting on the good nature or the workers, will bo thrown into the lake. Don't be a piker, come along. �'' ->. JOINS FLYING CORPS. � ' Calvary; .lumi ;',!'.�-LoouaiM -llorh-cii.slle,-fornioiiy'editor of the Kstiiary lleviownuil'Huston RevleNv"; Sask:, artd ut the' Cereal; j^lberta Re\flew, has ouUsied with' tha'Royal Air Servltio ttJid loaves tcji thO'east. Juue a-l.'^ ' � f -'�W'-.-h' Year after year oijr factories have set the pace-producing instruments that are leally^an achievement. The Mason and Risch Piano ^ has more character, more individuality, more prestige than other Pianos. i It is sold to ybu direct from the manufacturer, a, "Factory-'to-Home" system enabling yoii to save the middleman's profit. tHt HOliE or THE VICTROLA"' tvm STYlE-EVtRY PRICt' ,'' !-v:v' BALMORAL BLOCK AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS ,FOR YOU TO SELECT MOM )Clmitc6 FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIOOP, 4 ;