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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. AHH1L 8, I'JlU PAGE XlXife MILA.DI TO MY MOTHER liy Claudia Cranston. 1 do noi uulld a monument Of.'.nrved While marble (or your That-only luose who pass may read, And.only thoeo memorial main, .My life, must the inpuument, I consecrate in your tehaif: ily charily carve your name, My gentleness your tpltaph.x.-'f- Above-this record I engrave. No drooping figure there Stralfht-Ehouldercd courage, starry- "eyed, Mujt mark tills Bcroll of.desliny. Aud may some'1 fragment -of yonr" Ily (Kid's great mystery fall oii me, Tnaf Ihroorli (his monmuenl or mine, .May Balne your immortality. of I.ethbridge the guests of Mr. Fd Mrs; J; A. Pilraer. Elbov.- Igary 'Herald.' Arthur Mrs. Frank Carrcll. lira. A. BTfrlpp. Mrs. W. H. S'ohh'rup, I Smith of John. X.B., Sirs. Xoruian Guthrie, -Mrs. Frank A.: Ang-. lin, Mrs. W. C. Kennedy ot WhLdW, j Oct.. Mrs. W. A. nuchanan of UctH-! j. n. Palmer and daughter arc In Calgary fora few days, Mrs. J. T. McDonald of Calgary.was week-iyid visitor in the dty. Dr. A.-G. Robertson relumed yester- day from California, where he spent tbe wluter' months. Miss P. IfcvbfcrtEQn, who lus .been the guest of Carmangay. .1119. llul Ml I j Mrs. W. S. Mlddlebro of! WOOd, UemlC and positive in action, without any disa- greeable Capt. and Jlrs. h M. Jobnstone were euetts at the n-edding of Prin- cess Pitricll 'and >aUo had the honor of temi Buetts at tivo of the state (Owen Sound, parllei held during tho of the! wedding. Capt. and Mrs.- Johnston''j Cripps ente'rtatueJ a number arc ejpected to returi to Lethbrldt-: peoplo ut her new on In a tew weeks. ,10th-Street last evening. The rooms were gaily decorated witli a profusion Dr.-L. A. Hoy'irrlTeu 8uess- 'iBf contests were the order or- the' evening, at tho of which WOMEN SnUertog ITOB low spirits and lots oi appetite will find re- newed strength, brighter looks, better health and clearer complexionsbyusing They give you the very help you need, and are a natural aid to the tivrr hnivrlt '1 after absence of several montlij orerieai tbe Army MeJI cal Corps. Mrs. Roy and little snil are, in Calgary fo'r a.few days. On tltej.i'. here. Mrs.- Iloyj will late up their residence at JS.tl? dainty viands were itrvoii. A utppy crowd left iu the wee sm-ill hours of i B. morning, declaring Cripps 1 delightful hostess" in a clfarmiog Following artf tlie districts and teams for the big drive on Wednesday {or the JiOM land to promote athletics in Lethhrldge: llardievjlls and Staffordville John Vaietenak'. Root. Livingstone. John Gtlmore. A. S. Williamson. Joan Reber, J. G. Scott. Dlk. 5-i Earl Hooker, R. V. Gibbons. Block 7 to .Hudson's Asa P Blocks TSOS. oxiaud. ''scrji. B. spent the cnd.in Uic city vlBltlnt with J sloner Meed, and looking up old friends.- Jlr.-Nelsonwas a inamherL, .j .t rtf .....Le staff some glx years! ago. fle e.nlistQd. Zeiland and L -.The .Woman's JUsslonary Society of wai-.tliroutfh 'part o( the Egyptiin knoi cliurch will meet this evening campaign, and was in Gall.ipoli irhere thfc school room at 8. As this is a lie was Bounded, aud on the western incclal Kaster thank ottering" meeting, front where he Ti-as awarded the hoped that in the tary SRdal. Serjt. Nelson saea east today to take a witlt the Hall- way Commission. SOCIAL EVENTS' r. Mis. Hugh Guthrie was hcstesB last e'ek ot a brMgc party at her resi- in Ottawa, -when her giiesfs Mr.' >nd J. .Shepherd '.were Lady-.Bonleti. Lady You can either take our word for it, or experiment for yourself, but you will "find BLUE RIBBON is in a class by itsclWrry congregation who possibly can, attend. will I ywere with us; is ivell known to every- The executive of the Local "Itending tills -lea will lie Of Women will hold a .meeting j one which the public will be Thursday at 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. 0. W. G30 llth Street S. Mrs. O. C. Bdvcards of Maclcod will address the meeting. The rpRular meclin Council of Women 115 will of tiic Lo' ho held BJoc'irs Mill to Len. Greeu. Blocks A. .McCor- vie. niock IS, Hotel, Lte, K'hief Hardy. j ,13-rBlocks Daiveon. I Ulock A. fl..Hogg! j Blocks Geo. Braubeer. JC- Block Ror Davidson, R! J. i Dinning, A. E. Beaumont. j Block D. E. Thos'. I Evans. H.'J. Skeilh. Dlock A. G. Uaalim. Blocks Frank Wad'- dington, Mr. Manhcy. Hlock C.' Bowman. Blocks H.' Yatea, Hlock p. IX JlcN'aob, Dr. will lie held on KastenJay, Saturday Qricker, A..B. Humphries. Blocks L'em. Fowkr, Honnell. Blocis B. lie'rtrand. Block Fred C. Ridpath.' Block local council -woplv As' informal '.reception win be held after Thistle Sewing Circle will Arelrew, 1247 )8th Avenue :AjSourti, on after ff'ff l.tHIJ.BCHES >N ft 4 the good work accomplished. Tue fGuardian HeaUy company of owneri. of the Iloyal Bank building, King and Yonge streets re- ported het profits ot In 191S. ga ter, I.O.D.E., .Is on display In 'the window of Mr. W. J. Nelson's store. The- ladles oC the. Red Cross are Sale lomorTOK 'at 2.30 ill tile Red Cross rooms. materials to bo sold consist ot sheets, tbnnelr ciicesedotii, odds' 'and cuds of QuiUs, patches, .threads, etc.' It is hoped there will he a. large attendance at this sale. The annual Xiirsing Mission- I'lea Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN 1 TO If you cannot spend" three rears in hospitaler -ire pail hos- pital age limit, sencT'nime and address .00. justfud. Jor book explaining-Ufe- CY'S. It-: Home-Practice: Method1 of study- Ing trained nursing. State age. Tlie CharrUncraa School O'Connor. pri-eribacli. 95-06 U'1-122 H. i Gth and 7th, all east pt.lStii, Harrou, A: B. J. K. of ISIh .St.-rC; EV lirandow. west 5th and south of 6th. C. Karris, 'Mr. Slackay, Win. Holberton. to.Sib and'souili of Bti'i Aw. 'including 37, Cth to 9fil Ave to 12th SIM. 6th t0.3th Ave. Jas. pavidspr., Canon McJtlllai. ISftfc 9lh Scott. 9th Ave. all'ivert'ot 9th A. J. Blackburne. of 9th: "all east of DawfEn; Harry Frairtis. pt ,l8lh 'of King. ASTH: S-A-L-E of High-grade Boots and Shoes and Dry Goods at Commerce, Alta. When the Diamond City Mine clMed down Jot "JiibUck found hlmwK utubU to dlipow ef rtock. He m. lot at >uch an attractive flgur. that I could not mitt Mock ii now on ditclay In my it will offered to public >t rldkubutly low to come for fifty around in ordor to lay In ft vupfliy of goodt which In many are thin prt war Below of tho many HIKI are priced Juit to give ysii an of of barjalni that ivralt SO pr. ttien's Fine Boots, JS.OO values for 75 pr. Men's Fine 56.00 values for 40 pr. Women's Fine 55.00 values. for 100 pr. House Slip- pers, to.00 values. o np for................. V.MV 20 pr. Women's 3-itrap Patent Slippers. S5.00 values, 25 pr. Boys' Heavy 55.00 values for 75 pr. Boys' Fine Boots, 15.00 for 22.00 Worsted 5.95 -Men's Suits, regular 130.00, (or Men's Suits, regular for 4 dozen Men's Fino I'-nts, regular R50 2 doz.' Men's Kinc Pante, regular H-00 for Mon's Corduroy Pants Price 3 doz. Jinn's Work Pant j, re j- ular ?2.75, 1 ft for i.lU 3 doz. .Men's Work Shirtj, reg- nlf.r up to 11.75 i AA l.UU 5 doz. Men's Black Sateen Siilrts, S1.T5 -t or for 1.JO 3 doz. Men's Fine Shirts, n An values for 3 doz. Men's Fine -l 10 dnz. Men's Wofk Sox.'-f' J pairs Boon. Boots. 1.00 50 pr. Men'e Work J6.06 it 25 pr. Girls' Boots, 15.00 9 nn values for Si} pr. Childs' Boots, A 74- f4.DO values for..... L.IV 50 pr. Infants' Boots, 't2.00 TalueB (or 1.4U 3 doz. Jlen's Fell Hats. valu.es at PRICE. d6z: Slen'g Spring Caps, to clear, to JS.OO values, for 150 pr. Miner's Boots, regular J4.60 for 4.25 3 Caps, to clenr at 70c 3.35 5 doz. Assorted Children's Hats clearing ONE-THIRD OFF. Sale Commences Thurs. Morning, April Closes May 10th POSITIVELY NO SALE GOODS CHARGED W.T.ROGERS Commerce, Alberta Selling the Joe BubUck Stock INSTANTLY flSTHMADORi FORMER U.'S. OONSUC A SUICIDE OSWEGO, N, Y., iprll David, former. SUtes, Tice- consul at Zurich, Switzerland, found dead lay his place 'of bniiineak here today, a suicide by hanging. He had recovered recently from pneu- inonia. f 'LAUNCH NEW VICTCWlX April inll o( tie third Texet of JO being built by the compcuiT tn Victoria for tha rreach lorennaent will be launched on Thtmdar will be chriBtenedI by John Hart, -wife ot toe mtnitter of i and Capes t' v i M' f Latest to Airive from the East Stylish, comfortable and pretty; They 'come in sand lined green, laupe lined-burnt tfratge, navy lined army red, reseda green lined lemon. x f 'i Prices run to COATS, SUITS 4M? PRESSES COMING w HAND ALMOST DAILY The Simpson Co. Limited Fourth Avenue i The Utmost in Values, Quality aind Service The store that serves you best deserves most of the business of trie people. The siore that gives the utmost in values, quality, and that subtle thing called "satisfaction" is the store that will win. If you are interested, and even .if.you are not, il will your advantage.to visij.lhis. busy corner store. i- COATS coats you'will see attradtive styles in all the many of the season's favored materials, ydours, Serges, Gaberdine, Covert Cloth and other rich weaves. You'll like these' new spring models that have arrived recently. Trie styles are'different and the prices.right. to tJVhen you speak of dresses, there is such a host of captivating mod- tils, taffetas, jerseys, satins, tricotines and .splendid combina- .lions of materials. Such trim- mings, braidings, beddings, em- broidery and rufflmgs that make sone of the most pleasing ityles we have ever had the pleasure oi showing.. .The styles ar.e exclusive and repfesent' the to Capes and Dolmans These popular outer garments are here in a num- ber of exclusive that are dressy and pleasing in appearance. All the desirable col. ors and materials are shown at S35.M to JSO.Ofl Suit Special A real special in well tailored serge suits made in new spring styles m navy, black or brown serge, trimmed with braid, lined fancy collar. A wit at a price, HOSIERY SILKS. DRESS FABRICS AND OUTER GARMENTS ;