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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta K'l TUESDAY, 21, 1018 THE DAILY I1KHALD PACE NINE THIS CHAIR OR A 95 Pi SELLS llEAD OF It ia made of solid hardwood hi rich, golden oak and. polished -'mahogany finish.' It is strongly put together andfvvlll give Balis- factory service To'r years to come. Note cane seat. "The is }4.00. hut to create a stir 'in our furniture departnieht', Wednesday, we have reduced the price by (1.05. Apart IrQjn being'a-useful- article of furniture this chair or rocker will add to the appearance of'a room. Buy one or two Wednesday at, each...... -The same design may be had, too, in white enamel finish, also rocker style. The price in either case being AND GROCERIES PHONE 1224 IS THIS YOU? Herbert Gill Gets Military Drive a Success; (From Our Own Corresuondent) -Champion; May Ilalpfn, .P.H. ageaj.' from Spven Persons, ,ar- Died, in .the General Hospital, Cal- gary, A'Jgiist" Ittusson, aged 46 years: Jos. Blusstm, brother .of-the tte- rj to .train Saturday evening, Eer- vice-''wfts'conducted by Rev. Haddon Sunday'afterifobnfcat (he Champion c.eased, the body rthe mUlnigM and faintly wish to Hcniftmber the Red Croa'a celebra- The Dri'vc- Champion's Y, il. C. A. drive was decided success. iverc on the job In three days c lianclsome sum of J- Military Medal. 1'tei Herbert GIlj, BOH of Thos. Gill, ot the Cimtnpmn meat market, is the [irst hoy from Cftampion district to receive mllliary' lionors. Only recent-, Pte..Gill-was niiii- tury! medal for some iilio.c ot Iieroip We ail Vlr. Gill in .this distinguished noble service ot Mi "son, .._' Statement of funds received for Champion boys-, overseas: 'JJoney-.re- for .thank their "friends of Champion'for ".-the many practical cspTRssioris- sympathy during Ihelr recent-htreavc-' liient. M. Mcfid, Wash., is In town looking after his "business" tn- leresls. F. Johnson and wife, Gco. Tobhan anil wife, visitors Sun- day Gvcnlhg-. Jack Carson and Gcrj. Taylor-anrf, famUy Sunday last, Mr. Qlll anil Mr. Livingstone, of Bank of Hamilton staff, Nanton, visitors in town last' GeO.'LCTig, pill TJaxtcr .and Abar were LelhltrfdgD vfsftbm Saturday, evening. K. Slrson adjourn eye fl to t'alga ry last week to report for. military ser- vice. Mr, Ahornelly, hairdreaaer-at.'the Palace ijhas recently moved into one ot Mr Adams cottages on Tn sign street postage on total.; sent lo boys overseas; Ladies' Aid Eptertafp merit. The third annivefsaVyiof the Cham- pion Indies' Aid was held Jion May lOlh. The aUernpon taken iijt.wllh of. work -ant homo co ok in A of ladles from town'and'country were present. Practically: everything ".'was sqlJ. evening a literary and musical entertainment ;.was given ii Mark's Jlall. The following program was carried' out very., saccessfully: Orchestra selections tiy onr local or ciiQElra; "'Mrs.- Dan Taylor reading, Mrs. JIackefc .song, Mf'a Chamberlain. -A comic sKetch enttt JlVllonrt. 'Piano duet, Ulrlch anQ ;e Harper; solo, ..Miss Casey. An tiuiJslug play, entitled The Haftlfng, Miss, IlSTvhinS; Miss mistress, Mrs Bond; The llojden> Miss Sinclair; George, a young student, Gordon Mil National U' unfair -.to single oul any particular part of tltV program, h Uemywas' ,stng exceedingly well ccijila for''the _ amounieilf'.to which will' -be used to pay parspaage ah loan.- The Jadies wish' to thank-" a' those whn contributed' In .the..w.ay.j .also "all tookjpji iir'lhe program. Cross -'-1' A large a Ihe last Kcmember (lie Red, Friday, May 24lti. 5irs. Beaubier- donated. 2 pair Socks to the Ipcar connciiv S I j received, during 1 Thursday evening, girls' led Cure Ul -Cure Ifarold-Mejfir Dr M-M-la a 'Tla easy ucre for me to I've, food to satisfy; The Huii Is yet a Ions; v.ay oil, StT wily 'should i'. A slice'ot bread, ah ounce cjili day. They try to make we m.-p. Would iai-ii week Three suhmarliios -at if every one would anj yci. Today t" nip, "What 1 would save. Hie others waste; There's nothing hi you! plea." AtiJ so ever shift from us The tasks tiicy woui.l Arid we forget Jhe they say the -.picture sliows. BircharU Northain. PERSONAL E.' Layton left this afternoon r Calvary for the Musk-nl Festival ilch comments tomorrow. ''WTille. ere Mr. and Mrs. La.vlon i will he lesls c'f Mr. and Jlrs. A..A. Sonthard. Gr. jiaurice Bailey, laic n! Ihe Ex- rnnental {arm, is ViFilinK friends >n I o city.', Miss McCormack :'U leaving 'this enitig for Calgary, after which she lit Tpmalii tn CnlBary for several onths. _" Mr: J'. K. Hamilton left iltls attcr- join the flying orus. i Mtss- Margaret McKiHup is leaving iulght for Calgary and after a short' ay go" ort to Edmontun to visit. meeting in church at.S p.m. maid of; fortune; Nellie Mra Isidy'ryho-wishes' to tie thin.-.MraVSloOdart; Miss Jane Scrim- pin s, w Ish ea lican l! ful; hair, Mrs J Harper Upbonao (De Jouea who longs to raise a' ifionstacha tTordtn Miller Mrs RolUiics a fouU mother MM T Jfurdlsty. her bashful daugh ter, Scerftplilna Padding-1 ton ivlio lo TJO. tall Miss Sm clalr Mrs Screniey wishes to be plump Mrs F Jphns6n Mrs Blooming, a handsome.-.wWow, Mrs GET YOUR TEETH" ATTENDED TO t I tT nothing slinil in the My A ten dollars spent loiloy uhl EAVO >ou many dollare In the future Do noi.wnlt until tlii" condition 6[ your teetli is so bad Ittat yoU'Bro.'torcpil to the dentist. Tho opcrallon la. neccsnarlly -rrtuch moro Sctlons and cxrT.isivG anfl altlionsh we can replace your clccareil teclli with pcrfeclxsiiD3tllnlcs, your, teeth arc at all limes tho licat rut .uMe Ibat old droad ot tlio dental.hhalrr- Dentistry As We PraclUe It It a Centl? Art. Drs, Bruner, Richards Nelson 4 High Grade Dtntistry PHONE Ott Blk., 4 DOOM from Hotel, (LETHBRIOaE, ALBERTA CALOXpY IfsX.EIftHTH AVfMUE E. EDMONTON BLOCK Krldaj' affernoon, the regular Re Cross sewing '.meeting, iield.-' in th Mellipdist Ctmreh: Heii Crops'tfelehration reeling, f Mark's llall, ilie following vyerc ap- pointed to'scrre.oh com ralUees Grounds I Harper Gco ilward> J V Mof'sl J. McGregor anil Ii; M. committee ivill prepare, the ground for the larioufi frames also put 111 h into shapt, (or tbo ladles an also attend to.'tlie'gaiu _ _ _ Adicrtiilng Coniniittco a an.' Mn Mnrehlson Frank'A'n lersoii. This committee Oivlll he i: possible (or "all fc Ihe aO.vertiairi .ecessfary Sports Qoinmlttee-. .Tack Oareon an 3. Hmnmet .This cominitlee superintend the games .during -th day finance Committee C J Kjdd Wllllanlson and Cliaa. shall.Mr. Warren, All aboard for Championship kPr >lay big program 'tor tl uoy. Church Meeting A rjnarlerly'official board m'ectin was held the1 church'last wee Menihers "present: The paalof, ,11 lladilon, (I. 0. F. Sni Wm. Ulrlch, W. B. 1'lillpott, a. Dolton.. H. M. Dufkce: and D. iloon. On inoti .n of 0. an S 1'hllpott Manhardt polnlcil lay to mend mini district mcellng which will held, 'in Carmangay; May 22. pri mo: lion nf 0. P..Smltn W. g..Phil-1 yalo.Selinol was aitiicd nifa cnr- rcnt iircachlng appointment' fur iSc ensuing year, i On raolloh' of H. M.. DurKeo' and 0. A. Mnnliardl, Ihe church hoard.lor Iho nent cohfgrcnce ycJr.bo tha same as last year the hddf lions: E. Nell Jodh- son I1 M 1 aucr on anil Harold Fin clall. The hoard tor the now confer- ence "year" stands as follows ''nnth Man liardt. Dolton, Mollatt, Diir- kce.'CIapp, Crawfordi Moon. I'hllpott and i Nail Jtihnson, M. II, Kin- itall Items of Interest 'Round the Store Comprising an item from each department of special interest and value to shoppers on Wednesday Only i j j OUR DRESS GOODS SECTION Offers 100 yards of BLACK MARVIALEAUX SATIN. Full 30 tuches wide, of a most ex- quality. This is pne or the greatest snaps have on under oiir "Dally Specials" scheme. The-regu- lar price .Is 75c yard, (pri Wed- ntstlny outy, 49c yard yards to eaqh Fred H. Dov.'ncr letl this nfj erribon' for Vancouver mid will visit'I n Calgary entente, i Limited CULTIVATE THE IDEA OF LOOKING Please feel at liberty to t-ouic into This STORE and view our displays aud stocks at your kusure, and 'even thpugli cur salespeople will greet you with the question whether they, can be of vice to you, tfe want you to led this does uol mean that you must (my merely he- cause you enter THIS store. The (act Iliat. our salespeople arc cascr to serve you Js only an example of the courteous service you receive at THIS It is a good idea to cultivate (he hahll ot of ask- ing to see'as many grades ot a certain article as you ivlsh You should feel at home whe'n you 'enter THIS ytore. Mrs. H. Hest Jibs Gladys Rice at 1 -V1' llipley h4s as her i ol Medicine I. rfpl vcopie are le'iMtiiical Festival In I- Quite a nninh ig tonight ;ary'AOtheri will to-} iqrrow nlght'lo.he rrndy for tlie i bofr lakes place! 'hursday Rvenihg.lln aililitiohMo Khos: choirs.an-1 those.compel-' iSrs'. Laffefty, Mrs- airs. Fleming, Sirs. Kennedy, JUS: Alleen Jones, llissj.'J Dorothy .Young.'v.M.r.'R. T, Jrymncr and Jlr. L. Mi-Coonihs.'Mr. and-Mrs. 0. Hughta arc leaving this afternoon; nlSo Mr, W, Sandnulst and Mr.'.B.lFarrmv..'.. FOOTWEAR SPECIAL Child's White Slippers witli .ankle straps atiU finished with n neat poplin bow, Slltchctl soles of making for verv durnblQ wear. WEDNESDAY ONLY Sizes 8 to 10y2 for Sizes 11 to 2 {or AN EXCEPTIONALSELLING OF'L VOILE WAISTS ,.Xone will he sent C.O.D. Xo approvals or exchahgea on this special, l With the coming of milder weallicr Voile -blouse again. dominates fashion- Not only because voile lilouses arc pretty anil desirable, but bCcaus? (hey are suttfiU to-warm weather. These arc made of a very sheer white voile in the newest styles, trimmed In lace, embroidery effects, etc. One prettier-, r.lh'an tlte other, v AN EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL IN BRUSSELS RUGS Consider that tUc regular [iriccs ijuntcd lielow are 'olU lime' these Roods liavo iidvaiu-pit 40 lo 60 per cent, since, marking that -wefarc making a'still further reduction QU the 'old you will realize hut ;i really 'Extra- urdinary-Siipclal' thin Is. only, size 27x54. Regutar {5.00 5 onty, size 9x9, Regular for 4 only, size Regular 4 only, size 9x12, Regular for.........529.75 MEN'S WEAR SPECIAL pairs only Men's Stout Tweed PANTS hi a well as- sorled range of greys and 1 brown mixtures. Tho alios too _ sire 'A-ulI represented. nnlr. Wednesday only A SOCIAL EVENTS A. few evenings ago the Tfoung Lad- jS'Trolhcpn Clasr. of Wesley Churtli av.e'a' surprise uarty to Mrs, Swanson, h6 'has- just moved inlb lovely lihw'liomc on Fifteenth Slreel.. A very iniujablo evening naa spent b> er inc ijjesent. Edmonton. The festival lielrt Jn Moved by 0. H: Dolton, Becomled by 0 P tSmlth that 0 C Moon serve as secretary trtfasurer for tho on siilTlg year. The paaloT ivas unanimously -another yearr with a increase In afilnri report on 'iflnrfrices allowed lea p-rst ro1r h t ffccn o record one in I ho iiialory of church On Tcsolutlrfn o[ lliQ( the pislor was 4 month of Juno t CHURCHES -AND SOCiETiC i A ff Tho RcbeJialis will jncfll in the'Red at 7.30. Tho Major Jack Rosa D, D, ii. another parcel of-socks (0 the Sailors" Relief. Thc''ladtOB' nM of--St. Patrick's church wishes to tlnnk Sir Southard for tnc use ot store end Mr Ter rill for flqvrers donated for the.tables at the salo- on Saturday The Thistle CErcte will meet with Mrs. ShniHlr G10 7lh St. S, on nfiertunon tor Rail The kin scyr: In the lied 'Cross rooms tomorrow' at altcnda'ncc is requested ;The memlims of Uic'Kastcrn Star 'will meet at. roams on Thursdavtiiltcmoon of this v.ceT Tlio tadiei fire urecd lo tiiakc T sncchl effort lo cony- TJ srqnt doinand (or TJic DaugUlcra atiij Maids of Kr5g- land are holiUrig (o- niorroiv Ingsiono, and )f. Ittvcrit. There it name a on tbe.bflllot, with only :i -GENERAL 'f >The "following Hem taken from III? Calgary Daily-Herald shows tbut-'Cal- gnr'y considers that there is some- 'tlihir to fear (n the entrance of Knps j Choir" into'the-competition and that1 .Knox is going to be a worthy; and like- ly-a successful opponent.' In 1913 the; Oily of pre- sented a very handsomo'shield to tlte '.Musical 'Festival association to be competed'for in. CUmr Comj.etillon, .Thr- succejs'ul .choir who- carried off the shield in St. f-Johnraf I4oydmlnater. follow ing-y ear. Ilia shield went to in the possession minster church ami West- nnn Lethbridge in 1H6 and the Stratli cona Shield-went to remriised there in the of Knos church shoir, Ern- est F. Layt'oh, conductor, and baa been th'efc ever since, Mr. Layton's choir going to Edmonton last May and again carrying off the shield Whut novv' concerns th'c Calgary choirs is that .If Knqx cfaoir, Letti-' bridge, again'win the shiefl thte year it rcmainB lii their pos- session. The Calgary choirs who are going to compete with the Knox choir, Lethbrldge, and also with the Wesley choir, Lfithbridge, are ley Methodist, P. Newcombe, con tluctor Trlnltj AAtliodist J A conductor, and Central Methodtst, V. Oaten, condunlor. m ilediclne Mat grade teachers sent last Thursday demanding Ibat'a 'de- !lnlte replj- (o jllifiir .request for. a war bonus "monM'. as'a'sk- for at-.lasl Monday foVthcoining was made of go- ing out on striko, thongh '.tliaV has been discussed among the teachers, and the .riipre are fn such action if their retiuest Is not complied, with-. The trusteed have not' rcfnseil tho rcttuest, liut. state they wish time' la conslUer the problem, as .their'esti- mates have, been given to the'coun cH. aome time The. minimum sal- Is achool year which some 'claim is not sufficient owing to the high tost of living1 OnetriH tee remarked thai tbe teachers dress cd lllio (lueens, with the result thai it has been .suggested thai the leach- era the fcirst Baptlfet church choir of'ati ultimatum lu tit, board provide 8 uniform if tie board will DEMONSTRATION EDEN Oectric Washers A Caldor of Missouri the- liberal cflmUdafe fof tho vacfincy in North m lilalnre, .fer'a' cousin WnW.' Ja's. 'A. talrtcr .4 three- ladtes, all being 'A- jwccmful meatlng of tho Urlpfi was field ml- lho "Y" Haiel Sfcellh as.c.halr- man. for the o.ycnlng. called the meet; Ing to ordor1 Tho extrc conhiclctl by Missed Mirjorle Burns and by t St Claire Inter oalinf content ol JHWo char was presented bjf Misses lo CresBi Vcrpa j rancid Virtue Klrp wfli tiio for the evening All the glrh (through the In (lib Folk dimes Thursday of This Week AT OUR SALESROOM TfiE OLD WAY 6 hours hard work over the Wash Board Broken buttons and torn fabrics, THE NEW EDEN WAY Houis easy opera-i lion of the electric washing and wringing machine at a cost of 5c only? THIS IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO EVERY WOMAN. DONT MISS IT. SOLD ON EASY TERMS. W.L. 716 Third Avenue South. i ;