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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MOXIUY, JANUARY 13, 1019 THK LKTiinmnoK DAIIW PAGE NINT' For the Next Three Days! THERE WILL BE AN INTENSE SELLING CAMPAIGN AT THIS STORE. HERE IS BUT AN INDICA- TION OF THE EXTRAORDINARY VALUES PROVIDED. ABUNDANT OPPORTUNITIES TO SAVE IN THIS GREAT Nurse Aprons Made of good strong and durable material. Full size. Regular Special........, Ladies' White Flannelette Drawers Open and closed, all sizes, heavy quality. Regular 85c. Special.. 59c Beginning Tomorrow and Continuing While They Last 'A Sale of Remnants of all Yard Goods Every yard of Merchandise Remnants in the store has been re-ticketed and carefully measured. The entire lot will be plac ed on tables, one on the first floor and one on the second floor and while they last they will bs offered at the Special Remnant. i prices in force during tomorrow. Many women will find many remnants m these suitable for all manner of home needs and can purchase at a material saving. f i 89c 400 YAEDS WHITE FLAT BLAS- TIC. hail, three-quarter and 1 rf inch. Special, jcr yard 10 O 1 Q Special Price........... 0.13 A social lot of Children's Gingham, and White I.avni Dresses, ages 2. 4, S, years. Values uj> to O 1 Q Special Price Another lot of Children's Dress- es in While kawn and, Gingham, nicely Irimnursl. ages 2, 3t 4, 5. C, S IV yeare In lie lot. Prices uji to Special La dies' II wool Sweat? in colors rosi', copen, green anil while. Regular Price Special Regular Price Special Regular Price Special Regular Price Special Regular Price Special A Drastic Reduction in Children's Coats All Children's White Bear and Cloth Coats, iu all sizes and styles. Values up to Special all one price A Very Special Sale of Silk Underskirts Silk CnderakMt. out sires with wide flounce. Val- 4 QC ue Special to deer 'l.SJD All lines u! ladles' Motor Hals and Velvet TIME, to be cleared at half li rice. Ladles' HabutaJ Silk made with line tucks and collar, splendid quality Felling zl 54-50. Special Infanis' All M'ool Hands wurth up to Must cleared nn 6.if 3 9 Only youths' Overcoats Made of Tweeds and Chinchillas. Sizes 12 to 17 years. Regular Sale..... Men's Fur Lined Overcoats at Great Reductions MBX'S FINB DRESS OVBRCOATS. Full llneil with mink rnarmot, heavy blact Beaver shell, collar. Reg- ular 560.00. January Sale MBX'S FI.VB DRBSS OVBHCOATS.' Heavy Mack Beaver shell, chamois lined. Fur collar. Regular SW.OO. January Sale LINED POIl GAUNTLETS, iu Siberian dogskin with fur lining. llegular January C Sale D.fcO 49.00 fn .JU MEN'S RACCOON COATS. No. I in every respect. Beautifully marked. Heary quilted lining, shawl collar. Hi-eular {225.00. January 1 no nA Sale 13B.UU MEN'S 3HEBI' LINED ULSTER COATS. The Ehell Is made oE heavy .moleskin, and the lining Is heavy fleeced wool, 50 inchjt Regular January Sales GAUNTLET GLOVES. Made, ol Xo. 1 horsebide. Strong, warm and .serviceable. Regular J2.50. January sale 1.98 Attend This Sale and Save Money Extraordinary Bargains For 3 Days o PERSONAL Mrs. H, Fowler lias received n mcs- ;paRC stating that her ffon, Sapper Cecil Fowler, sailed yesterday from Rnglar.d for Canada. ''Miss who has been 111 in iho Van Haarlem Hospital, has to her home. The regular meeting ot the art de- partment of tho lletbesis club will held on Friday afternoon of this week, inatead ol Tuesday, at the ome of Mra. David Itonald, CS7 Olh it. 3. A largo attendance la re- peated. i Tho Hour of the meeting of the Girls' Auxiliary has been changed from Mr. J. Stcrriiouse was a week-end visitor ivlth Mr. and Mrs. Kllpatrlck, of Ticv. 0. Curtis has been laid with an attack of ImHuexua recent- ly, bat Is improving favorably. Mr. P.- H. Rftc lias returned to tho city after a Visit (o Nova Scotia. Mrs. C. McOlenaghp-n, who lias heeti seriously Ul Tor some Unte, is now much bettor. 1 f Mrs. >I, anil daughter, Dixie left on Saturday for an extended vltfl .in Angelas, California. She v visit relatives in Seattle en route. >j- Mrs. D, A. Smith has returned from 'coast. u. jj A, McKillop ;ircgrfct to'liear that she 'is her homo through Illnoss. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i Will tlie Knox plcnao taki dL-iflOHco Hint tho anmftl inocllng ol thi t (JAVomcn'a Missionary Society will D ".held In OIQ schoolroom this evening nt 8 o'clock, Instead ot tomorrow eye Tlio regular'monthly business meet ring of tho Auxiliary will he 'heM tomorrow (Tnesdny) nvonlnK ft ,tho NursJnp Mission at 8 o'clock. Thi ,ig a Tory 'Important moating, Thi rcKQtitoftho sir Alexander OaU Chap 1. O. D. K., vrlll nddrcns the huxlTlary, and every member Is nrgw to 'tio nrwent. On aocoant ot tho IJlnoja of 'Mrs WcXHtop, Mra. .My Iteid Inlt rhnrgc of cowing nt ihn llod tiros rooms tonight. Art urgonl nppcal Is lielng made for tho leadiors and othor bimlnew lo roaunio their al- erg woo wish to attend the bftnunet election of officers. Capt. Deuoou. n Knox church. will speak lo the girls. Tlic, annual meeting ol St. Cypriao'e Liixlliary Tvas held last Thursday alternoon, January 9, nt tho homo of lie president, Mrs. McMillen, The meeting was opened by Canon Mo en, and after the general busi- ness was disposed tho elcotion oC tfficers look place, resulting as President, Mrs. McMillen; Mrs, Wellington; secre- ,ary, Mrs, W. D, Ktng; treasurer, Mrs. 0. S. Jackson; convener of systematic giving, Mrs. K. N, Jones, The past has been the most successful one n the of tho auxiliary, the sum of being raised for church mrposcs. At the close ol tho meet- ng refreshments ivore served the Mrs. McMillen. 1 Tim regular monthly meeting ot the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O, D. K., wlH bo hehl on ThuretUy next, January 16, at "which nominations for ottkerg ami EO fttlfng (o pay by Febntflry 1 of the fotkming rinH fee dropped from the roll, ,Xo member in default of payment of In. t' bo included in those entitled to vote upon any question or for any officer fnr any chapter or committee." The ladles In the churches In the evangelistic campaign heartily In rlto all business women to a to bo given In Knot church on 14, G.15 p.Tn. Tmi, IAS! church night wan auoh A gr.-wd success that it has been decided to have nnother. Wednesday ortsnlug, theretore, ivlH ba church nlRht, anU all confiregations aro urged to and sit In their re- spective Ijodiwi. f Tomorrow nfgfit IB to bo buaineia women's nlgtitVt Wesley all citizens of LeUihridgo and their are