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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY.. SEPTEMBER 18, 1918 I'AGE NINB Ml � > : ? ? ; > : > ? : ? ? � ? ? ? .: ? � Mr. and Mrs. E. Greenhalgli and family, left on Saturday for Vancouver, whero they will lake up their permanent, residence. ' , * * * Mrs. H. Plnco Clay, who has befen the guest o� Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Shaw for the past month, returned to her l)ome Jn Calgary Tuesday afternoon. � *  �Mrs. G. E. C. Martin arid daughter, who have been spending tho summer at Willow Point, B.C., have returned to the city. mm* � Allan Le Barro, who ha.s been ill in the hosplldl for somo time, has returned to his lioniD- in Albion Ridge. : Mrs. W. I'^Vame left on Monday to visit in Medicine Hat.  m  ' Dr. M; Dunsworlh, of Edmonton, �was a visitor in the oily last weelc.  *  Mrs. G. H. Van Home and little daughter are visiting'in Helena, Mont. Miss MeJ3ean, of Fernle, .�*. CHILDREN'S F?ECORDS .-'""ReS'oM No. 3B6e4-^indereila and Jack, ^l^i-;-- the Beap'Stalk. : ., ORacprd No. ,35643-Little' Bull Calf and Dog arid the Kitty Cats. \ Record No. 35447--Little Riding Hofid.. Record' No. 18276-Raggedy Man ., and 'Our HiredQlrl. '^ � '. N 8f n�scw . Li M(f ED BALMORAL BLOCK, LKTHBRIDGE; Toronto, Sept. IS.-The appointment of a war commission, composed partly of members of the synod and partly from clergy, and church people from all over the Dominion is probable, j as the result ot a resolution adopted : this morning at the session of the' general synod of the Church of J5ng-laud 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 di.scuss the whole Q\iestion with the house ot bishops. It was approved unanimously. When the revision of the prayer book was taken up by the synod in Joint session, Right Rev. David Wii-Hams, bishop of Huron, moved the adoption ot the rubric that the creed ot St; Athanausius be read on Trinity Sunday. He referred to the wide divergence of opinion among members of tho Anglican faith regarding the creed and stated that the revision' committee, in recommending this reading of the statement of faith once a year, had endeavored to please all sections of the church. There was a large element oppcsed to the recitation of the creed at any time, he said, and a large number, possibly a larger one, hold the opinion that the creed should not be eliminated/entirely from the services of the church. � It was the only creed with a positive statement of the Trinitarian faith and he hoped that those who objected to the language would restrain themselves and try. to act charitably. ."Remember that, in the creeds, it is not the individual that speaks," be said. "The stalements^are such that .lio.. individual might feel justified in niakiiig, but they are the statements of the Lord. Jesus and as such the church as' the body of Christ, niust state., '"The retention of this creed on Trinity Sunday should be exceedingly apt and I hope ivtll not be'turned down by the synod." K. OF C. CAMPAIGN A Worthy Cause-Campaign Is Going Well All Over Province No citizen ' should lose the opportunity ot contributing something to the campaign for funds for the Knights ot Columbus huts at the front. The canvassers are out in Lethbridge this week, and should receive, generous support. Ndt a cent of this fund is paid to any officials, every bit ot It �going for comforts tor the soldiers. State Secretary Giroux was in the city yesterday, and stated that the drive Is gaining great support in Calgary and Edmonton and the northern parts of the province, and he says that the drive in Lethbridge is coming up to expectations; RESIGNS CHAR p At the recent meeting ot the Mac-lood Presbytery held in Knox church, Lethbridge, the resignation of the Rev. W. Inglis was accepted. Mr. Inglis has been in charge ot Magrath and Spring Coulee churches for three years. POSSIBLE C. N. R. DIRECTORS Ottawa, Sept. 17.-It is believed that Robert Hobson, ot Hanillton, president of the Steel company of Can-Ma- bas been asked to-become one of il>e ^ew dlj-ectors of,.'the Canadian Northerri'RaU'svay. I Whether he -will accept or noP'is not known. President Fondly of the Maaaey-Harris company, Toronto, is alas" ;^mlnently mention- VPUR. HOME With Beautiful Things from "The Bay" Now comes that important period for every woman- FALL HOUSECLEANING. The refurnishing of your home carries a double significance for not alone is an attractive, dainty home essential to a con'-tented 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, your home will assume a fresh, clean, cheery atmosphere for PRICES ON LINOLEUMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY OUR DRAPES ARE UNSURPASSED FOR VARIETY AND VALUE CRETONNES The largest ami n)ost varied assortment for you to choose from. Printed in a splendid assortment of beautifully colored, high clasM, floral and novelty designs. Ranging in width from 30 in. to 50 in. Per yard. 35c up to $3.00 SATEENS In a close firm weave of soft mercerized satin finish; a lovely material for drapes, etc., in all the .wanted colors. 30 in. wide. per yard, 35c SILKOLINE Printed silkolino, neatly designed' in pretty allo'ver effects for draperies/ 'cdnitSrter coverings, etc. SB inches wide. per yard, 35c SCRIMS AND . MARQUISETTES ' PLAIN AND FANCY Pine qualify scrims and marquisettes in H-hite, cream, and ecru-both plain and fancy border.s. Fnncy Ijorders include  double woven hemstitched edge; fancy woven lace stripe; and fancy woven drawn work lace insertion. Widths from 3G in. to 50 in. � �   per yard, 35c to 95c ; PRINTED VOILES , Extra fine mercerlEed chiffon voile, ot a clear, even sh^er weave, %-in. handkerchief hemstitched edge with printed novelty designs and floral borders. A dainty curtain for any home. 3S in. wide. Per yard, 50c, 55c and 70c * CURTAIN MADRAS . Filet weave with all over novelty designs in very dainty colorings on cream ground. 30 in. Wide. �� � V � - per yard, 35c and 55c WHITE CURTAIN SWISS 36 in. wide, in.white only. In 5:mall, medium and large woven dots. Very pretty. per yard, 25c to 39c LACE CURTAIN NETS Pine quality lace curtain nets making dainty curtains, suitable ten' any I'oom. In. white, cream and ecru. 35 to 45 in. wide. per yard, 25c to $1.25 CURTAIN RODS AND FIXTURES Extension Sash Rods, brass plated, screw brackets, i r; 2 for ................. lOC As above, heavier, tube with brass ball tip. Each.............. As above, but in superior grades and finish." A^f Tceach .......---- f�3C CURVED EXTENSION RODS Brass plated and with lock brackets. m pf Each ............4i>C "Kirsch" I^rass Extension Rods with patent lirackets guaranteed not to sag Or rust. Each........... New Process Built on a felt base in seven different de-" signs and colorings. These goods were slightly damaged in transit-nothing detrimental to their wearing capabilities. ,72 inches wide; and worth today 25. For three days only. $1.39 Lineal Yard Printed Orlclotli On a burlap base, and full 72 inches wide, it? a very comprehensive r&nge ot patterns and colorings, including the popular blue and white block pattern. Regular ?2.10 lineal yard. Three days only. $1.75 . Lineal Yard Qual. D. Printed A most useful floor covering of splendid wearing qualities in attract^ive designs. , Included, in this are tho favourite-block and-tile patterns. Regular $2.S5 lineal yard. Three days only. Lineal Yard Inlaid The patterup, ot which there is a tremendous choice, all inlaid and will wear clear down to the floor. Mounted on extra strong burlap, this form.? an ideal floor covering both on the grounds of economy and appearance Regular .?4.00 lineal yard. Three days onl.v. $3.59 Lineal Yard 25c 50c CURTAIfimLS About 350 yards of,curtain scrims,"''^fe., with  plain and floral herders. Full 3G In. 'w'idie'r'to 6lenr gj-, . u 1- '.i.  S.r .� leu.' 19c yd. ..... .Ill..... � I wg::?r- f pislj M Honie With One of Oi CJiarmiDg Ruos Seeing our lovely ruga means that you will furnish your home right from our store. The designs are as beautiful as the fancies of '..Wa.rug-loving Orientals'. ' " - � Our copies are splendidly rendered; our PRICES will persuade you to purchase. BRUSSELS RUGS Only the best yarns used. All .wool face with extra firm back. Reinforced ends seamed. In choice color combinations. Size 9x9....................... .... $27.50 Size 9x101/2.................$28.75 to $35.00 Size 9x12...................$33.50 to $36.75 AXMINSTER RUGS All wool, high pile. Firm back, seamed. The color combinations are most harmonious. Size 41/2x41/2................$22.06 and $24.00 Size 63/4x9'............................ $31.75 Size 9x9....................$43.50 to $55.00 Size 9x101/2.................$45.00 to $55.00 Size 9x12 .........$50.00 to $60.00 WILTON RUGS Highest grade, all wool pile, and in such soft harmonious colorings as can only be rendered in a AVilton carpet. Size 27x54.....................$6.75 to $9.75 Size 36x63.................. ......$16.50 Size 63/4x9.....................$55.00 Size 9x9.......... ..... $65.00 and $70.00 Size 9x101/2..... ................$75.00 Size 9x12.................. $80.00 to $95.00 CONGOLEUM RUGS The merits of this well known line of floor covering needs no emphasizing to the public, but our prices do. NOTE THEMl Size 41/2x41/2..........................$3.75 Size 6x9.............................$6.75 Size 71/2x9.......................... $7.50 Size 9x9............................$10.00 Size 9x101/2..........................$13.50 Size 9x12........................... $15.00 THESE PRICES ARE LESS THAN EASTERN MAIL OROEp HOUSES. A COLUMN OF EXTRA SPECIALS DONT MISS ONE! RAG RUGS 3 only, size Gx9.Hai plain green centre Trith fancy twrdttr. Regular �15.75. Special, $9.95 1 only, sisse 4x6, same design as above. Regular $6,50. M QC Special............... *t�Vo 1 only, size 4iix7%, In a pretty fawn and white stripe design. Regular $7.50. Special ............... 5.95 AXMINSTER RUGS Of an 'all wool liigli pile. These, come in very effective colorings and are worth today IfG.SO. The size is 27x54.  Special, $4.39 GRASS RUGS Made of tough wire grass- clean and sanitary. The closely woven 'Body is held together by a chain ot first quality warp. Has bound edg;es anil is reversible. A most useful rug lor' odd spaces. ',, ' Size 3x6......$2.25 Size 6x9 ..... $5.75 TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, AND CLUB BAdS In all the well known and reliable makes, including the "Bveleigh." . All subject for 3 days only to a 10% Reduction REMNANTS OF INLAID AND PRINTED LINOS Up to six yaid lengths. 25% Off -"^ 15558345 7726 ;