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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK THK I.UTIllMUUt.K DA1I.T 1TKSDAY, OKCKMBKU .11. 1918 TMENT FOR THURSDAY'S SELLING Beautiful Crisp White Wear at Sale Prices N'KJHT mado iu soil while Cambric trimmed embroidery ucd laco. fUlp- stylo. January 1.19 LA13IKS' NIGHT ma terlnl as abovo, with band em- yoke. Special 1.59 LADIES' NIGHT QOWXS. raa- terint ifino imuisook, Blii> over style, bcautirul yoke ot lace and embroidery. Special LADIES' WHITH MUSLIN UXDljllSKIHT with wide tlounce ot laco and Insertion. Sptcuil at 2.29 1.79 LADIES' SY11ITB MUSLCX UXDKUSKIRT wllh wide Haute of lace and insertion. nn Special at............... A coiise-r COVER HAI: GAIN In ivhKe mustlu trim- mings ot Torchou lace, nit OQ Elzcf. Special JtJC LADIES' QUILTKD KIM- ON'AS In colors cardinal, green, copen, navy. Hack and brown. length, warm and snug. January fiule .___.---- INDIES' BATH IIOIIES. Mado o! Iho Boacon Dianket Clolli. ImliM designs, trimmer] with plain colors. sailor coltars, silk ulrdlo lo match. All sizes. R 7C Special 5.45 Women's Battleship Grey Shoes grey cloth tops. Straight laced style with medium long vamp, turned soles and concav'e Cuban heels. Regular Price Women's Walking Shoes m patent leather, gunmetal and box caH. In button or laced styles. Good leather soles and heels. Regular Price Boys' substantial built shoes for school wear. Button and laced styles m gunmetal and box calf leathers. Reg- ular Price .25 189 yards Ninon clearing at half j Woolen Dress Goods in a basket price and less. Colors green, while, i weave o( 50 inches A11 the need- I ed shades. Selling yard. Sale blue, cense, black, Regular to Yard 300 yards Swiss Messelainc Silk in Zl) dozen ladies White Lisle Hose, 11 i rn r e i business nftor a throe weeks1 absence occasioned liy the TUi. >irn. WooK, Mrs. O'llrlen, Mrs. X alder, L. Pack and Dave Powellson, of Raymond, motored to the city to spend the day here. Mr. Dave Powell- son is on hia ivay to i Mr, ana Mrs. V.'m. Xlvcn, ol Cal- who iiavo been visiting Mrs. Wall work, liavc returned homo. Pie. nuascil Oarrow, hroihorin-law of Mr. 11. A. Mackay, of the Canadian of Commerce, has returned Jo the clly after spending almost three year.s on active service ut the front. Mr. J. Morgan left 'yesterday to til- tenil the inspectors' convonllon Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO A WEEK If you c.innot spend Ihrec years rn hospital or nrn past hos- pllal age limit, aentl namo anil nddress on poalcanl Tor year hook explaining Jho C. B. W. Home-Practice Method of study- ing trained nuralnfi. Stntc age. The Chaufauqna School of Nursing JAMESTOWN, N, Y, in EMruonton. vMr.s. M. I. Fair, sister of Mr. Morgan, and two-nieces, of Macklln, Sask., wlU return with him OR Saturday to visit relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. II, H. Miebaeli have lett for a short trip to Kansas. Mr. A. Caughey, ot Eow Island, is a visitor in (he city. Dr. G. TV. Leech has returned from Portland, bringing with him his little niece. Miss Olive Leech, who will make her home Tvita Dr, and Mrs. Leech. Mrs. Hugh Macbeth anfl Miss Jean have returned from visiting the for incr's mother in Medicine Hat. t- Mr. R, E. A, Leech, of Tlcglna, ar- rived in Iho city on Monday afternoon and la the gneat of his brother, Dr. (J. Leech. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES the members of tho St. Jobnf Ambulance Hrlgarte overseas, the first; aid class (mi all interested In home nursing are asited to meet in 1ho "Y" Wednesday at 8 sharp. Import- ant business on hand. The Ladies' Aid of the United church win meet tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. The Dominion Hebekah Lodge, No. 41, will hold their regular meeting to- morrow night at 8, in the 1. 0. 0. F. hall, when the officers for (he ensuing term will bo Installed, A good attendance is requested. Tho ladies of Wesley 'church will meet tor their monthly business meel- ng on Thursday Afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp. Will all the members Mndly make- an clfort to attend. The Central C, T. U. will bold th el r month ly meeting lorno rrow -at 3 o'clock, at 815 3rd Ave. Ixidiea are asked to plcaso bring their thimblca for Red Cross sewing. The ladies ot St. I'atrlclc's church will meet for sowing tomorrow after- noon at o'clock, when a large attendance Is requested. Krargellst Stephana nnd Mlas Turnout will adOross a meet- ing tor women In tho tTnllod church hall tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon tit 3.30. All women, Irrespective ot church, aro foriled. pletion whereby the ,woman and Tvlvcs and families of soldiers returning from England will be cared for from the time of their arrival in Canada until they reach their homes by tho patriotic fund. This semi-government or- ganization has placed ils finan- cial and all other resources at the disposal of the government Ihrough the efforts of H. J. Daly, director ot repatriation for the Dominion government. There aro about women anil children to return'to Canada. One of tbn large vacaut hotels will necureil in Toronto awl turned Into a uotsi for the woman ami children of this city and vicinity. In this connection it is interesting lo note that Lethbridge was one of the primary movers in tho care of soldier's dependents, Ihe I'atriotic rfund starling this in October ami by "November 1st baring rooms ready for; occupation with a matron iti b'incu then there have uecn several Itnoro occupants in these rooms which are located in (he old Immigration hall building, which has now been'in 1 operation over two months. The special course of training for boys' leaders, consisting of four or five lectures, will start next Friday night at tho "Y" at 7 p.m. There will bo two lectures each night, the first being given by thn Rev, Canon Mac- Mid the second lecture by tbe boys' secretary on "All-around Training.'' This course is purely un- denominational and is being put on for UMI benefit of boys' leaders In the city ;md the promotion of boys' work. Ail teachers aro cordially in- vited to attend and arn reminded that the filKff of the "Y" is ready to co- operate in hoys' work wherever pos- sllile. The balance of these lectures will alFo be given on successive Fri- day nights, hut will be preceded by a supper nt fi p.m., with the lectures following nt iVCO p.m. Unfortunately these arrangements could not he. made the first oven ins, so there will be no supper on this occasion, anri the first lecture will commence at 7 SOLDIER'S DEPENDENTS TORONTO, Jan. Arrange- ments have been under way for tlroo and aro ncarlnc com- OTTAWA, Jnn. West- more, conducting officer on the land, claimed1 al this morning's hear- ing of tho investigation that discipline jon the boat was poor. Only about 7i> 'per cent, would coino to attention on command, lie Tills was ir. Stewart will bu succeedcil by C. J. of Ile-J pins, formerly of the 16th baLlftlioii.j C. E, V. Mr. McN'elll Is the provincial su-cretftry of (he G. W. V. A. of Has- a resident of Kegtan, anrl IK expected lo asRiimo his new duties Oltawn about Jan- 15, The Designer tor THIS OFFER FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. A WHOLE YEAR OF LEADING FASHION, STORY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS. SUBSCRIBE DELAY. Get Worth for 69c TheSimpson Co. Limited ;