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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SKI'TKMIJKH 18, H>1X i'AGE NINK PERSONAL Mr. and .Mrs. K. OieeithalKli nnil fcnill.i. loft nil Saturday for Vatuoit-vi'i'. where they will take up permanent residence. their Mrs. II. Pinrn t'luy. win) has been tlir; Kucst of Mr. and Mrs. P. It. Shaw for tho nilnt month, relumed lo her homo In (.'tilfrary Tuesday afternoon. �  * �Mrs. (.;. K. ('. Mnrtin and daughter, �who have horn spondiiiK th summer ni Willow Point. H.o , have returned to the city. m � � AI lull l.e Harre. who has been ill in the hospital for some time, has return, nil to his home in Alhion Itidge mill Mrs. A. HlKlnhothnm since last Prlilny, loft yesterday afternoon on tlin Kaslo lioat for I'roctor and expect. to leave there on mornliiK for their ing to Nelson Mr upent two wenks NlMVS. the Crow hoat. till'; home. Ijcfori! eoni-and Mrs. .Shepherd Proctor- -Nelson .Mr. and Mrs. Duviil Donald, ai'.cnm-panled by Mini* Lillie. have returned from a motor trip to ICIko, ll.t.'. Mrs. Kiev, of Itotlaw, with friends in the city. Is visit illR People We Mel." ,..|VI estlng and amiisltiK dt various) people that a every dny life. The all people clime up. live, the knocker;;, t proud, each uppoa rim; his Hkllfnl lint sympa At. the conclusion I lii-liad been used iu churcli for the harv".-[nit tip on sale, lit'it�in; sum of ?i:i.:'.". iin i verv inf.r-�liiiiintlu'i or the re met with it) pceuliarlt leu of Ilie siipcr-senul-lic kickers, the In review under Ihctic hnndlliii;. vegetables that decorating the it. service, were, ill the splendid Mrs. \V. Frame left Visit ill Medicine Hat on Monday to Or. M. Otin.'twoi Hi. ol' Kdmonlon, was a visitor in the cily last week. * * * Mrs. (i. II. Win Heinle and little daughter are visit inn in Helena. Mont. Miss Mcltean. of Penile, snent a few days hist week with licr sinter, .Mrs. I'iitlerson � * � Miss Hell, of Unions, was a week end visitor with Mrs. M. MiMnlion. Miss I'oilocl; arrived in the city this afternoon from the east. .i.'io is the trtl'St of .Miss .leiinette Murray. * � Mr. and Mrs. .1. McKiniiey wen- the quests of Mr. and Mis. .1. \V. ('rail-, while in the city this week. � * * Mrs I-* l-VlKff left this iinii'iijiiK to join her lui'-band in fife. Montana. whnn- they will reside in the fiiture.  �  Mr. and Mrs S. .1. Shepherd ,,f I. ; �>�>> o The Ladles Societv of Hie 11. of [,. I & K. will hold their regular meet Ink I tonight at S o'clock in the Oildfel- 1 lows' hall. The president kindly Ve-i qtlecls all members to be jiresinii (  * ' ! The Committee of the Next-of K in ! is asked in meet tomorrow evening at j 7.:!ti til the home in .Mrs. liarclay m | s;o through the hooks. t t vim rhe Live U'il morrow evening home of Miss l'Jtlt SI. A. N.  class will meet to-ill 7.:ai sharp at the 'aiiline SteaUley, .".ill To Handle Problems of the War j Affecting the Anglican Church Kirkby's Special For Thursday Raisin Scones Regular Price 25c dozen. THURSDAY 2 Doz. for Mr. \V. A. Buchanan, M.P., will Rivfi his lecinic "Twelve Days on the Western Front," in Knox church on Monday. September :',0th. at S p.m. AH the proceeds will no to the Witurn's Civic club for their soldiers' Christ-mi's parcel fund. Keep the date open :> ^ The regular weekly meeting of the Girl Guides of St. Cyprian's will hereafter he held on Friday evnnlim at 7 o'clock instead of Monday oveiilng.  *  Mrs. UosP.warn's section of the I!e-hekiih's will meet with the oreeutjy^ :it the home of Mrs. A .N'iven. i'i.'M 12lh struct south, on Thursday eveniim at S o'clock.  #  Mrs. Carter's section of the Robe-kalis will meet with the executive at. tl|i> home of .Mrs. White, 4"7 ll'th St. A. North, tomorrow nii;liL ut eight o'eioE'k .    'i'h" ladies of Wesley .'hnrch arc. planning to scud Xniiis. boxes to tho hoys oversells conslstitiB of Xtuas. Ciikes and socks. Tiin lud|) of all the members of the c(iiifire/;atlo;i is need-id. Names ami addri.'Sses of soldiers should be handed lo Mrs. W. A. Martin, room tin, Dominion Mock, phono Made fit accordance with the regulations of the Canada Food Hoard. Kirkby & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Canada Food Board License Number 5-2386 PHONE 182/ Toronto, Sept. jv- The appointment  of a war commission, composed partly of members of the synod and partly from clergy and church people from all over the [Jotuinioti is probable, lis the result of a re.-olut ion adopt'-il tins moniliiK �l the ..��:-ion of tie general synod of the Chun U o! Kn�- , hind in Canada. The commission will deal with all problems arising out of the war and affecting the church A motion introduced by the commission appointed yesterday was to the effect that another commission be. formed to discuss the whole question with the house of bishops. I; was approved unanimously. When the. revl-ioli of the prayer book was taken up hy the synod in joint session, Iti'siit Itev. Pavid William-, bishop of Jlitruii. moved the adoption of the rubric that the creed of St. Athiinaiisius be read on Trinity Sunday. He refeil'eil til til'' Wide d i v � l'^i '.'" " of opinion amoni; meinln rs of tie | Anglican faith reK.irdiut; the cived j anil stated tha; the revision- committee, In recomiiiendinj,' this reading of lie-[.statement of faith once a year, had Wm. W mm II i 0 10 |li' I endeavoretl !ihe church. | There was a l.irK' | to the recitation of time, lie said, and rtl 1.    The Xext-ot-Kin will hold a mrotinfr in the .Moose Hall on Friday evening at 7.:'.t>. -Mrs. Harclay having resipn-oil through ill-lioalth. an election for preoii'ient will take placo. All mi�m-! bei-r are asked to be on time as a social evenint; will be spent after tho business.   t The reKUltir monthly niei'tinK of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter,, will he held tomorrow at u o'clock in the Y.M.C.A. * * � : : : > ? : > : : > > : : NOVEL LECTURE > : ? > : :*> .-.ii.i, .inn ii large number, j possibly ii larger one. hold the opinion tlu.t tin' creed should not be eliminated entirely from the services of the church. It was the only creed will) a positive statement of the Trinitarian faith and ll� hoped that those who objected to the language would restrain themselves and try to act charitably. "Ilemoinhor that, in the creeds, it Is not the Individual that speaks." he said. "The statements are such that no individual mU'lit feel justified in making, Inn they arn the statements, of the Lord .lesits and as such the church its the, body of Christ, must state. "The retention of this creed on Trinity Sunday should bo exceedingly apt nnd I hope will not he turned down by the synod." THE HOME OF THE V1CTROLA Children Have the Right to be Happy Give them music that is "Made of Happiness"-happy songs, sprightly melodies, cheering stories, inspiring music. Ulvp .thew the wonderful Vietrola uml Victor Koc-ordB that nro tnaklng thouminds of children happy every dny. ... The following' Victor record' aelectlous are particularly suitable, for ehlldron'H entertainment: j v CHILDREN'S RECORDS llocord No. 3G6fi4--Clnderolla and Jnck, tho Henn'tSttilk. , . iltoeord No. 351M3 --Little null Calf and Dok and tho Kitty Cats. nocord Xo. 35447---UMM Hiding Hood, llocord No. '18270-- KuKgody Mtui , und 'Our Illiodairl. MASON a RiRC'-' . �. i Rfl!TED BALMORAL BLOCK, LBTHIRIDGE k. of c. campaign A Worthy Cause-Campaign Is (ioing Well AH Over Province No citizen Hhould lose the oppor- j tunity of contributing .MoinethiiiK to ] tho ctiiiipnlpn for funds for tho Knights ! of Coluinbus huts at the front. The I ennvntiaerK are out In lyidhbrldRe tbi.i : week, and should receive generous i mipport. Not a cent of this fund l� ! paid to any offfciain, every bit. of it j Koing for comforts for the .soldiers. '. Statu Secretary Gironx was in the city j yesterday, mid stated that, the drive i Is guinltiK great support in I'nlgnry ' and lCdmoiiton and the northern parts of the pvoviiu'c, and lie suys that tho drivo In Lettihrldgo Is coming up to expectations. rev/wTIDs li iilwil I At the reeont meeting of (lie Mac- ! lootl I'reshytory held in Is'uox church, j Lcthbrldgo, the reslgnalioti of tho Rov. W. inglis was accepted. Mr. j luglis linn been In ehargo of Magrath and Spring Couloo churches for three yetll'H. POSSIBLE C. N. It. DIRECTORS Otttuva, Sept. 17......It is believed that Uohort llobson, of Hamilton, pro-alilent of the Steel comjiany of Canada, lias been axlcoii to hocoinu ono of tho new dirm'tors of tho Canadian Northern Hallway, i Whether ho will accept or not 'is not known, President Kondly of the Mtisaey-llarrlH company, Toronto, Is tils* ^witilitenlly mom Ion- YOUR HOME Willi Beautiful Things from "The Bay" Now comes thai important period for rverv woman-- FALL H0USECLEAN1NG. fu. nishing of your home carries a double significance for not alone is an attractive, dainty home essential to a contented home life, but also it is the duty and privilege of the conscientious housewife to set her home as an example to others. So with the feeling above, this store has gathered together all essential needs, and while the outlay need be but slight, vour home will assume a fresh, clean, cheerv atmosphere for fall. CES ON LINOLEUMS DAY and SATURDAY ONLY CUR D�A?ES ARM UNSURfV''.^.l) FOR VARIETY AMD VALUE CRETONNES Tl'e largf"-'i ai. I �'.'. ' viiri. d a.- en nieiit tor i" ii i hoove from. I'rinteii In a .-!-!>-inliil ;u >'ort|ii"iit of lieil'l'i! il'iy colored, high cia.-s. florci :�.!,�! novliy designs. Hanging in '\il'li from :'.i) in. to .".'i in. ' v, 35c up to S3.0Q SATEENS In a close flrt-i \ oft merci-ri'ji-d tiatii; :;:.:-!i; ii.v>-Iv iiiiiierial for ijt -.  sc. in .ill the �,va:i;cd i '.ui.-. 'M sil'lli'd in prett ' allovr ell'- '''-for draperi'-s. ot.'forier cov r illf'--. etc. ill' lies \vi ie. per yard, 35c SCRIP/IS AND MARQUISETTES ' PLAIN AND FANCY I'ine qir.il1:'" -icrinw and mar-i|lllsel!e~ in i hite, erejuil. and ecru liotii i.lain nnd fancy liiirder.-i. I''::'.' 1/order., iti'lude dould" �-t>\ iv'nistitched i-.lpf; fancy woven lice iMripe; iind iaiicy woven drawn work l;.;e insert;..i| Wii'ii- from :W, m to .".a in. per yard, 35c to 95c PRINTED VOILES l'Jxtrn fine mercerized chiffon voile, of it clear even Miccr weave. '�-iii. handlicrchiPf hem-Htitched eiU;c with printed novelty designs and floral borders. A dainty ctirtaiti for any home. I'.S in. wide. Per yard. 50c, 55c and 70c ' CURTAIN MADRAS Filet weave with till over novelty ilesiKtis in very dainty col-oriiiRs on cream Kronnd. Mn in. wide. per yard, 35c and 55c WHITE CURTAIN SWISS ;',('> in. wide, iii white only, in ^liiall, medium and larfie woven dots. \'ery pretty. per yard, 25c to 39c LACE CURTAIN NETS Pino ipiality luce, curtain nets inr.liinu dainty curtains, suitable for any room. In white, crram and c in. 115 to in, wide. per yard, 25c to $1.25 CURTAIN RODS AND FIXTURES CURTAIN MATERIALS About llTiO yards of curtain scrims, "etc., with plain and floral borders. Pull In. widf>.' Tn clear 19c yd. Kxlciislim Sash Hods, brass plated, screw brnckutri. i p 2 for ................. iOC Ah above, heavier tube, with brash ball tip. Kncli .............. As above, but in superior ftrades and finish. To,each ......,..... 25c 45c CURVED EXTENSION RODS llrass plated and with lock brackets. A p I'klel, .................. 45 c "Kirseh" I It ass lOxtctislon Koils with "id 'brackotii |/,uar-anlecd not lo saK or rust. Kaeh ............ 50c Mew Process Built on a fe|t base in seviii different heir wearing eaiiabilities. TJ indies wide and worth toda., .*::.L'"i For three days only. $1.39 Lineal Yard Printed On a burlap base, and full 7^ ini lie? wide, in a very comprehensive raiu;e of patterns and colorings. InchiilliiR the popular blue and white block pattern, lleijithir ;?'.'.1" lineul yard. Three days only. $1.75 Lineal Yard Qua!. D. Printed A mii:-f useful floor covering of splendid t'in^ oiiaiities m attractive dt si^ns. In led in tiii- ni'e the fiivoiirile block and lil" erns. I,'-j.'iikir .SJ.v-i lijienl yard. Three days "tile. $2.49 Lineal Yard Inlaid The pattern!, of which there is a Ire ini'iidoii.s choice, nil inlaid and will wear (dear down to the '.lour. Mounted o:i extra strong burlap, thi forms an ideal floor cuverim; both on the nmnnili of economy and appearance, lterjular tfi.ilii lineal yard. Three days onlv. $3.59 Lineal Yard Fpisli Your Home witii One of Our Charming Rugs feeiiiK our lovely runs means iluif you will furnish your home riMn from our store. The ilc.-imis tire as tieatitifnl as the Tnncies of I lie rtiB-liivitifr Orlimtals. Our co|)ies are si'leiHlidly rendered: our PUIC'KS will per.-uade you to jiurchas'.'. BRUSSELS RUGS Only the best yams used. All .wool face with extra firm hack. Keiuforced ends seamed. In choice color combinations. Size 9x9............................$27.50 Size 9xlOV2.................$28.75 to $35.00 Size 9x12...................$33.50 to $36.75 AXMINSTER RUGS All wool, hiKh pile-. Finn back, seamed. The color combinations are most harmonious. Size 414x4V-...............$22.00 and $24.00 Size 6'%x9...........................$31.75 Size 9x9....................$43.50 to $55.00 Size 9x10V2.................$45.00 to $55.00 Size 9x12...................$50.00 to $60.00 WILTON RUGS llinlien i;raile. all wool idle, and in such soft harmonious i-oloriiiKs iir can only be rendered in a Wilton carpel. Size 27x54 ....................$6.75 to $9.75 Size 36x63.........................$16.50 Size 6%x9..........................$55.00 Size 9x9.................$65.00 and $70.00 Size 9x10%.........................$75.00 Size 9x12...................$80.00 to $95.00 CONGOLEUM RUGS The merits of this well known line of floor covering needs no urn-pluisiziiiK to tho public, lint, oiii- prices do. NOTE THEM! Size 4y2x4�/2.........................$3.75 Size 6x9.............................$6.75 Size 7V-2X9...........................$7.50 Size 9x9............................$10.00 Size 9xlOM>.........................$13.50 Size 9x12...........................$15.00 THESE PRICES ARE LESS THAN EASTERN MAIL ORDER HOUSES. A COLUMN OF EXTRA SPECIALS DON'T MISS ONE! RAG RUGS :! only, Hize fis9. lla� plain i;r�en centre with fancy bord�r. Hc'Riilnr 515.75, Special, $9.95 1 only, size -IxG, same design us above. Kefttilnr $8.50. M t%C Special ............... ^��fD I only, size 41.jx7',z, In a pretty fawn and whtto stripe design. llPKiilar $ ft QC Special ............... 0��/D AXMINSTER RUGS Of tin all wool liign pile. These come in very effective colorings and are worth today t?t;.")i!. The size is "7xfi4. Special, $4.39 GRASS RUGS Made of t