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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'I'l'ESDAY, MAY 21, 191H THE EETHBRIDGE DAILY MFCRALD PAGE NINE Wednesday Morning THIS CHAIR OR $n.95 ROCKER SELLS ^ ' AT ... . . INSTEAD OF $4.00 It i� made of solid Imrdwood In lU-li, Rolden oak and iioUaliPd * ' mahogany finfah/ It Is Ktrongly piH logcllior and will give saliH-ruplory sorvfce for yeani to coma. Noti; cunr seat. The regular price Is $4.00. hut to crnatr. a stir in our furniture dopartnient; Wedno.sday, \vn havn reduced the iirien by ?l,(in. Apart iroui beltig a u.'iefiil' nrllfilc of furniture this chair or rocker will add to the appcurnnee ()� a room. , Buy one or two Wednesday at, each......$2.95 The same design may be had, too, in white enamel finish, also rocker style. The price in either case being $3.95. TEEPLK^ FURNITURE AND GROCERIES "I'ls easy here for me in t. I've food to satisfy; The Iluu la yet a lorifr w.r.-So' worry, why shaiiM I  .\ Hllee of bread, afi oiiti i , Would give'to Gofmaiiy ta.ii ucek Three aubmarinos ai n. if every one would .suvi- and yd. Today one said to iii". "What I would save, tlie .itliers waste; There's nothing in your pli u." .\nil so \vc ever shifi I'riiin us The tasks they would iiiiimse; And We forgot the iliini^K they say . Down at the picture .^leus. -R. BirchanI .Vertliani, : ? ? d ^ � .> mm Pie. Herbert Gill Gets Military Medal-"Y" Drive a Success (From Our Own Coripsiiimileiit) ..Champion, May 18.-Steve lialpin, C.P.Il. age^ii from Seven Persona, arrived'in town last'week to relieve Mr. Clark, Died, in the General Hospital, Calgary. AiigHSt Blusson, aged 16 years. .Mr. Jos. Blusson, brother of the deceased, !had the body shipped to Champion on the midnight train Saturday evening. The funeral service was conducted by Rov. lladdon Sunday afton/oou at the Champion cemeterj'. Mr. Blusson and family wish to thank their friends of Champion for tlie manij' practical oxpressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement. n. -M. Colo, of Mead, Wash., is in town looking after liis Imslnesa In-terest.t F. .Johnson and wife, Geo. Tobban and wife, wore Vulcan visitors Sunday evening. Ja(dv Carson and Geo. Taylor and family were Jjoniond, visitors Sunday last. -Mr. Gill and Mr. Liyingstone, of ; the Bank of Hamilton staff, Nanton, wo:* visitors in town Inst week. Geo. Long, Bill Baxter and l'>od Abar wore Lelhbi'ldgo visitors on Saturday evening. K, Sirsona" journeyed to Calgary Inst week to report for military service, � Mr, Abornetly, hairdresser at the "Palace", ,hae recently moved into one of Mr, Adam's cottages on Ensign street. Itememher the Red Cross celebration, I'riday, May ZA. j The "Y" Drive. Champion's Y. M. C A. drive was a decided success. Tun teams were on the job and collected in three days tlie handsome sum of ?o,839.ii0. Wins Military Medal. I^te. Herbert Oill. son of Thos. Gill, of the (Champion meat market, is the first hoy from fftamplon district to receive military honors. Only recent-ty Pte. Gil! wa.s awarded the mili-' ry medal for some |)lui e of heroic service.. We all rejoice, with Mr. GiU in this distinguished noble service of his son. Statement of funds received for Champion hoy-s overseas: Money received, $47;. o-tpendltures. yarn for sox, $'>A0; i[) 5 franc notes sent to hoys overseas, .^19; oast for parcels, $17.0,); iioslflge an parcels, $5.8:!; postage on,letters, .54; total, $17.81; deficit. Sit;. 112 parcels have been sent to boys overseas. Ladles' Aid Entertai/iment. The tiilrd anniversary of the Champion l,,adles' .\id was held ou Monday, May lOth. The afternoon was taken urt with a sale of woric and homo cooking. A 'large number of ladles from town' and country were present. Practically everything was sold, in the evening a literary and musical entertainment wa^ given lu Mark's Uall. The following program was carried out very successfully: Orchestra selections by our local orchestra; song, Mrs. Dan Taylor; reading, .Mrs. Hacket; song. iMra. Chamberlain. A comic sitetcli entitled "Dr. Cure All," characters, Dr. Cure All, Harold/ Meyer; Maria, a maid of fortune, Nettie Tobban; Mre. Brown, a stout lady who wishes to he thin, Mrs. Stoddart; Mlas ,Tnne Scrim-plus, who wishes beautiful hair, Mrs. J. Harper; Alpbpnao De .Tones, who longs to raise a'moustachq, Gordun Miller; i\lrs, Rolchlng, a toud mother, Mrs. F, Hardlsty; her bashful daughter. Miss Frasor; Sceraplilna Paddlng-ton. wbo >vishes to bo tall. Miss Sinclair; Mrs, Scretlioy, who wishes to bo plump, Mrs, V. Johnson; Mrs. Blooming, a handsome widow, Mrs. GET YOUR tEETH ATTENDED TO I ET nothing s^innd in the .way, A few dolliirs spent today wiUsiivo you ninny dollars In (ho futuro. Do not^wait until the condition of your teeth Is bo bad that you are forced to visit the dentist. Tho operation t^icn Is necosaarlly n]uch more aerloHS and oxpRislve and although we can replace your decayed teeth with perfect^ substitutes, your . own tooth are at all times the best. Put aaldo that old dread of the dental chulr- .  Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gently Art,^ Drs. Bruner, RicVrds & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 OttBlk., 4 Doors frQin lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, AU-BERTA ^ CALQABY OFFICE-116/^ EIGHTH AVtNUE E, EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI3TALL BLOCK. n. Bond. Piano diiet, M,ny Ulrlch and Genevieno Harper; piano solo, Miss rcaching appointment' tor tlie ensuing year. > On nu)tion of 11. .M. Diirkee' and G. A. Manhardt, the church board to}' tho next cohfpreitco year bo the samo a3 hist year with tho following additions: IC. F. Crawford, Nell Joftn-son, P. M. Patterson and Harold Fin-dall. The board tor the now conference year stands as tollowa; Champion-Mossr�. Smith, Manhardt, lllrlcli, � Doltou, Motfatt, Durkeo, Clapp, Crawford, Moon, Blusson-.Mr, Philpott and Noil Johnson. Yale-P. M. i;alterson .and H. Fln-dnll. � � Moved by G. 10. Dolton, secoudad by G. F. Smith that D. C. Moon serve na sOorotary treasurer tor tho on-suing yoar. The pastor was unanimously Invited to rotuni another y�ar with n $:iOO iuoreaflo in salary. A report on tinnncSs nhowod tliati thu |ia'.sl, year hud hfcpn u record one In tjio lilstory of the church. On rosolutlDn of thu board, the pastor was glv6n 4 weeks ivaoatloii (lurlaiS jBio month of Juiio. Jfllln A. CaUler, of East. Nlasourl, tho Liberal cumlldate for the vacundy In North Oxford In tho" Ontario L.og-Islntnre, is a coiisiu Qf'Hou. Ja�. A, Calder. ^ �> ? PERSONAL > : : Mrs. E. Layton left ilii- .'irteriioon tor Calgary for the Musii-.ii Frsliviil which commences toTiiorroiv. While there Mr. and Mm. Luyion will lie guests of Mr. and Mr."?, A. .\, Southard. * * ^ I Or. Maurice Bailey, l.-il.' a' the Ex-1 perlinental farm, is vi.'-iiiiiK friends in! tlie city.  � . Miss McCormacIc is iCiiving thi.s evening for Calgary, ^iflir whicli she will remuiu in Calgary for several j months, I Mr. ,T. K. Hamilton )��!'( iliis after-; 'noon for Toronto to join the flying! corps. '� I   * I Miss Margaret JfcKillop is leaving! tonight for Calgary titid .-ifier a short' stay will go on to Edmonton to visit. ' � ,*,  -I Mr. Fred Wi R. Dov,iicr I : : ? f >'> o � : ? SOCIAL EVENTS ? A few evonlugs ago tho Yoiin� I^ad-ies" Prothcon C'iuss of Wesley Church \ gave u surprise party to Mr.s. Swanson, who has just moved into her lovely new homo on Fifteenth Street. A very enjoyable ovenliig was spent by everyone pijosent. Items of Interest 'Round the Store Comprising an item from each depai'tnieiit of special interest and value to shoppers ou . . > Wednesday Only OUR DRESS GOODS SECTION Offers 100 yard;i of BLACK MARVIALEAUX SATIN. Full :il) inches wide, of a most ex-(-ei)tlon;il ipiallty. 'I'his is oiu' of greatest snaps we have ])ut on under our "Daily Speidals" scheme. The regular price Is T.'ic yard. On Wednesday only. 49c yard rJmiled 10 yai-d.s to ea�li customer.' FOOTWEAR SPECIAL Child's While Slippers with ankle straps and tinisheil with a neat poplin bow. .Stitched soles ot Wliitr' Elk, making for very durable wear. WEDNESDAY ONLY Sizes 8 to 10M> for $1.29 Sizes 11 to 2 for $1.49 AN EXCEPTIONAL SELLING OF WHITE VOILE WAISTS V None will ho sent C.O.D, No apiuoval.'! or exchanges on this special. ' With the coming of milder weather the Voile blouse again dominates fashion. Not only hecauso voile blouses nrc pretty and desirable, but because they are suited to warm weather. These are ipude ot a very sheer white voile in the newest styles, trfinmed in lace, embroidery effects, fi;iils, tucks, etc. One prettier than the other. Wednesday Only ..... . . . .... . $2.98 CULTIVATE THE IDEA OF LOOKING Please feel iit liberty to come into This STORE and view our di.splays and slocks at youi- lfi�ure. and -even though our sale.spoopln will greet you with the (itiostion whether they can be ot service to you. We want you to feel thai thi.i does not nieau that you must buy merely be-ealisn you enter THIS store. The fact that luir salespoopie are eager to serve you is only an example of the courteous service you receive at THIS store. I It is a good Idea to cultivate the habit ot looking, ot asking to see as many grades oC a certain article as you wish. You should feel perfectly at homo when you enter THIS .store. AN EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL IN BRUSSELS RUGS Hi t'onsider that the regular pri(- .; .> ; : .;. > .. .j.; The Rchekalis will meet tonight for sowing in the Rod Cross^rooms ut T.'.iO. Tho Major Jack Ross chapter 1. D. D. E. are shliipiug today another parcel of socks to tho Sailors' Relief. v *  The ladles' aid of SI. Patrick's church wishes to thunlc Mr. Southard for tho use ot his store and Mr. Ter-rlll for flowers donated for the tables at the sale on Saturday. The Thistle Rewhig Circle will meet with iMrn. Shand, (!40 7tli St. S., on Wednesday aftorrioon for Roil Cross sewing. * � r , Tho next of kin sew in the Red Cross rooms tomorrow ^evening 7.30. A good attendance is reanested. ��" - .   /' Tho members of the Rnstorn Star will meet at the Red Cross rooms on Thursday, attornoou of this week In place of Friday. The ladles are urged to m^ko a special effort to con^ as tUerd is a grqat domnnd for workers. *   � Tho Daughters and Maids of England nro holding a special meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) ayonlng at tho home ot Mrs. WIttham, 11!) l(!th St'. N., at S o'clock sharp. All members are retiuested to atteml. � �* m TliB annua! election of society repro-son'tativos by the congrogatlon of Wesley church, for the official board took place Sunday night, resulting as follows; C. E. Hrandow, Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, C. E. Cameron, Dr. C. C. Cvagg, A.M. Henry, Mrs. .fohn C. Wv-Ingstono and l\lrs. ,.T. JI. Rivers. There were 14 names on the- ballot, with only three ladies, all throe IjijUas being olfctod. ^ h successful meatlug ot the Uailon C.G.I.T. was held at (hn "Y" last ovonlng.'MIsH Ha^cl Skolth as,chairman-tor the oyoning caUod the meet; lug to ordor. Tho duvoHanal oxorcisos wore- conducloil by Misses Marjorio Burns and Violet St. Cluire, An inter-OStlng ,guoBslng contest of nibla char-acters'was, preaeiitod bx jM'Ifisea Gold-19 CrosSj'Vor^ia Ol'ay, Francis Ylrtiio, CHrlstlnp Nelspii ftiid AnastasUi Skoith, MlsB Edith Kipp WHS tho acoompanlst tor the evening., All the glrlH,tl�orough. ly enjoyed t'le work in tho gym. and ti[� Polk ciMuos. {. .^. .;, .;. ? , , GENERAL > ? : : :. : ? ? : ? ? ? : ? ? ? > > The following item taken from the Calgary Daily Herald shows that Calgary considers that there is some-1 thine- to fear in the entrance ot Knox VhoxT into the x;ompetitlon and that Knox is going to be a worthy and likely a iuecossful opponent. In 191,", the City of Strathcona pre-soiitod a very handson'ie shield to tlte Alberta MuBlcal Festival associollon to be competed tor in the Intermediate Choir Coiiij.etltlon. Tho succei-.'ul choir who carried off tho shield in liil.") was St. John's, Lloydmlnster. The following-year tho shield went to Edmonton, in tho possession ot Westminster church, and in 1915 was won by tho First Baptist church choij- ot Edmonton. Tho festival wa.i held in Lethhrldgo in IftlG and the Strathcona Siilold went to Lothbridge, and rempiied there in the possession of Knox Presbyterian' church choir. Ernest F. Layton, conductor, and has been there ever since, Jlr. Layton's choir going to Edmonton last Jlay and again carrying off tho shield. What now concerns the Calgary choirs is that it Knox choir, l^eth-bridge, again win the'shield this year it remains permanently In tlioir possession. The Calgary choirs who are going to compete with the lOiox choir, Lethbrldge, and also with the Wesley Methijdist choir, Lethbrldge, are Wesley Methodist, P. L. Newconibe, conductor; Trinity aftthodist, J. A. Walker, conductor, and Central Methodist, W. v. Oaten, conductor."   � Medicine 1-Iat grade teachers sent an ultiinutum to thu school hoard last Thursday demanding that a do-finite reply to ,tlielr request for a war bonus of ?10 per month, as asked for at' last Monday night's meeting, be forthcoming by 4 p.m. Friday. No mention was iuade ot going out on strike, though that has been discussed among the teachers, and the more revolutionary members are in f! and wringing machine at a cost of 5c onlj'f THIS IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO EVERY WOMAN. DON'T MI3S IT. SOLD ON EASY TERMS. / W. L. MGKeii^ie & Go. . 706 Third Avep^^ _'AM ;