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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN IKK LKvunntncr; IUH.Y HERALH SIMPSON'S JANUARY CLEAN-SWEEP Extra Special! LADIES' COAT SALE 10 only. Winter Cloth COME, Xoi this PFason'? styles but good quality, ireful garrueais. Coats that sold up in JS-i'.OO. t'lfsn-fiweep Sale, only.. The Most Profitable Merchandising Sale For You! i? Every Bargain Offered is Genuine, and worth 150 cents on Every Dollar Spent Just Four More Days of this Furious Selling, so be quick and Get Your Requirements for present and Future Needs Extra Special! Women's Wool-Knit Sleeveless JACKETS or Hug-Me-Tiglits. Grey and While only. Clearing at each Save Money on Comf ort- ers, Blankets and Pillows 114 LARGt QHEY FLANNELETTE BLANKETS. Pink, blue borders. Sold overyvhere at Our cleen STTeei. price, pair '2.50 WOOL NAP BLANKETS. Sofi and voiutorlable, finished edges, pink, blue and tan borders. Regular QA ts: Price WOOL NAP BUANrvETS. Very Isrce heavy quality, finished edgei. They come Trlth plnfc. blue or lan borders. Regular felling price is Oui Cleiu sweep price 9.00 KUMFY CANADIAN WHITE WOOL BLANKETS. Size (nil site. Rfgttlw JI3.60. Clean Sweep Q 17 r Canadian White Wool Blankets, regular S 10.00. Sale 58x70 inches. Clean-Sweep Price Cotton FQled Comforter., regular Clearing 66x72 Cotton Filled Comforters, regular Clearing 72x72 Cotton Filled Comforters, regular Clearing Feather Pilaws, striped hevry ticking per pair Feather Pillows, covered with art ticking, pr. KITCHEN DRESSES Good quality. fast color Percale, nwily made irith tell. stripes. Clean Sale 111 Pike 1.1 J WHITE FLANNELETTE NIGHT GOWNS tor girls r. 10 11 Tatted yoke frill M and COATS FOR CHILDREN Oearikin and Corduroy coats, good atttmmenl u( styles. 1 3 Aff Selltas at INFANTS' VESTS AND PLUSH WAISTS Pint- lliiish r'Stiod vests, ojwn rronl. Regular 50c. Casting CHILDREN'S PLUSH UNDERWA1STS The regular 5Cc ami 6'K An Hue tor CHILDREN'S COTTON RIBBED UNDERWAISTS Kegalar 50c. Pslc Price 1UC ALL OTHER INFANTS' VESTS AT REDUCED PRICES. MEN'S PLAIN GREY FLAN- NEL SHIRTS' Full bodies and made. Heg- ular price Sale -l QA filte l.HU SHIRTS MtnV Military Flannel Shirts. Kx- tra full stafril bodies, well made. Ilefc- ular and Sale o or prlcf SOX Cine wool Sox iii brown. A Insular 60u. Sale Prk-o.......TT.DC BOYS' SWEATERS Kxlrn qualify wool Sweater I'oats in a range of shades. Regular value1 S4.7f', Clearing Price o or BOYS' OVERCOATS Quarter off any coat in the store. BOYS' TWO-PIECE SUITS 15 per cent, otf any suit in the. store, BOYS' BLOOMERS tS per off. 1-4 OFF BONNETS Children's Bear Cloth, Plush and Corduroy Bonnets and Caps, ail at one-quarter off. Remnants! Remnants! Staple Dry Goods at Real Bargain Prices Grey Flannel, plain or twilled, regular 50c value, selling 38c Grey Flannel, plain medium or dark grey, 40c value, selling 32c 63 inch Bleached Sheeting, splendid weight, reg. 65c for 45c 72 inch Bleached Sheeting, superior quality, soft iinish, regular for per yard 79c 40 inch Circular Pillow Cotton, good weight, reg. 55c {or 42c 58 inch Bleached Table Damask, heavy weight, reg 95c for 69c 70 inch Extra Quality Bleached Damask, teg. for.. 79c 72 inch Pure Irish Linen Damask regular value S2.25 for, per 70 inch Pure Irish Linen Damask Tabling, regular qual- ity f07, per yard........................SI -29 28 inch Balmoral Gingham, regular value 35c, at per yard ISc COLORS BLACK AND WHITE, BLUE'AND WHITE, TAN AND WHITE. 36 inch Stripe Repp Wash Suiting, regular 50c, clearing at 30c 18 inch Fine White Huck Towelling, reg. 40c, clearing at 28c 18 inch Bleached Huck Towelling, reg. 45c, clearing yard 33r. 18 inch Heavy Unbleached Crash Towelling, reg. 25c, at 20c All Other Merchandise Not advertised subject to 3 diicount of per cent Nothing told at regular price. You save an you buy sale. The Simpson Co., Ltd 602-604 4th Ave. S. Where Goods of Quality Are Sold Cheapest Terms of Sale No exchanges, no refunds, no C.O.O. Spot Small charge for alterations of ready- to-wear garments. Large parcels will be deliver- ed free of charge. of tbe neit Dominion cen- sus." JAMB3 BERTRAM, Sec'y Carnegie Corporation." Tho -.mayor states that he will fol- low -up thte correspondence and will suggest that, in the Carnegie j Foundation will grant even for !a library building the cily of bridge wttl to raise an ad- ditional in order to erect a building which Aould be a credit to the community. ily's .Own Fault Thai il Has Nol.Nqw a Fine Carnegie Library S. Prospects for securing, a grant froin the Carnegie Corporation Tor the erec- tion ol a public library ia Lethbridye are not1 very bright judging Irom the The Evangelistic Campaign January 11, IT. prayer and from ]0 E of the corporation today. Some time "oas108- ago Mayor Hardie wrote the corpor ation urgltii thai a gnnt at SM.OOO be made in order to help Vn the re- program in Ifcit jiit of ibe DotrinlotL Mr. as follows: "The trustees or tbc cor- poration have decided ttut no DBIT ILD- plications tor the erection ot library TVll] be cofisidsred tbe lilh St. Seclfan tol AT.. X. ne Mri. Sfaaw, SeiBtkrei Byron 318 6th X. DiwWMt to tUfc Rev, F. Tboaywii, Si4 7th St Light Kales Raised Jan. ls( Rates To Be Uais- ed May 1st citizens wilt pay more for electric Ijghi and water this year result ol a resolution adopted at the city (netting on Mon- day altemuon. Commencing January electric light rates will be per cent, higher, waking tte charge 11 cents per kilo- watt liour. Commencing May 1st. Cbutcbes after.noon at 2.30 there will bo a meeting for everybody, to addressed by Mrs. .Stephens, and followed by a further from >1iss Lament, at S p.m., the man agers will meet. As this is last meeting before the annual congrega tional meeting, a full attendance is re- Quested. Friday evening will give thtir co In aid ot and muter the auspices of the cboir, Mr. Lay tun be 10 per cent, bigher, so thai from anyone: In tho i ordlniry water hill -will run about tan assist In-the clio.r. Ihe Xoellnor quartet i Knox fchurch be' glad to hear 16.60, less discount, whereas ft now about (S.CKj, less Tim amount of to be derived from the in- creaEfe in tach department will be a minimum of from the electric Hght and irorn intr vraUr "0 partment. This will jjo to- Christian pleaae note inn places for prayer meeting given elsewhere and attend aa often as possible. afternoon, at May field of Saskatchewan and Alberla Blayors in Ueginu Provided arrangements can he made with.the mayors.of other cities in Saskatchewan and AlUtirta a con- ference will be held in urOay next to consider the problems of the cities of Ihe two provinces in relation to the, returned soldiers and reconstruction. The suggesilon that such a conference be hold came, from Mayor Clarke of Edmonton, and Wed- nesday was the suggested date, font this did not meet with the approval of .he olbcr mayors, nnd'an effort is now being made lo have the confer- ence on Saturday. Among the que3tion9 lo be discussed will ue the national ho and the attitude the cities are Alex. McLeunan, 'HJlh; Cajtt. .Joseph JUrin, 22ad; Arthur May, 21st; John McDonald, McDougall, Joseph McKay, Lieut. Frederick Morgan, UUh; CapL Morgan, 22ml; Lieuten- ants James Morris, 42nd; Jami-s Hatu- say, Engineers; Frederick Raymond, Theo Haywaril, ISth; Hcv. Jlohert HiiJgeu'ay, Cajt- (htns' Deri ram -Taylor, -ISth; Charles Thompson.-. Royal Canadians; John David -lOtb; Major George 32ml; Capt. -lack Ve'r- ner, Major HerDert Medi- cals; Caplains-'-wniiam U'itby, John Young, Leorianl ilowky, 10th, andV'Majpr -Alplionsg .Iloutier, abnormal ccndltbiu obtain, which District a general reduction in taicj. hate beeo created oy the vuf' AJ> Cruj. and the will consider (Mr though the war is over, the ol funds in connection apparent.' ]y will cb'ntliyie for some time. "Apftrt from tbe general tiluaUon ft. S: e Cib Are. 3. ton, 301 Swttoa Mrs. Ooot COS Jin. 9, above referred to. it must ocred that if the need (or Horary in] District Lvtbbrldge is more nrgenl than Cnrtx. It Jg entirely tha fault ol "je; In your letter of Mar, 2S, I aUttd that a library building that yroold have JSO.OW fire years ngo would cost (oft.OOO now. Precisely so. It this corporation ajxmt for a library building In yoor com- mually now, it would only get a In other worts It would merely make up to Ldthbrtdgo coal of its own dllAUiririCAe. ia that .Then the amonat lID.Oirt) promised (n 1992 van rais- ed lo in 1911, Ihe iun avail- able was ample for the erection of R library building needed by the popula Kou revealed by the Dominion cenau? 6f ihat year with allowance for In- iTease, Expectfog a rapidly growiag lawn, the-building could have been erected in such a tcay that it could Lo added fo effectively and economically, if and when expectations as lo in- crease of population were realized, "In view of (he history of Ifats mat- ter (t Is not feasible to consider furth- er claims of fsefhbrfdgc ai tima when will purchase only wwtk an'l until we have VT. H. UaH, :xano ;r. niornlnir. while hn was cjnerins the. HMUlIon. and An.lltw AnilutBon, ,o ot Ocorgc niRllt )lat, a liora. Htfi Ouris; S, OupuK 22nil; flrefn. Hlh; Cnr'. "ugh Karl. Muili-l 'culii; C'tiiirlcs Hunilij. Waller JnwHI, Joints I.. jSlh; Xcli few wortln Roino lanitungf Major oijjecKj from i for UlsUorU'iO rfi-nrda rliiR iirnpristrd at 1-llmo Keep Peps handy .as the sure and safe remedy for winter coughs, colds, sore throat, influenza and bronchitis. Keep'the boys at the trout well supplied too, Tlicy 'can have nothing better thnn Peps to ward 'off c'oWs and chest troub- les caused by exposure to bad weathen The Peps medicine is breathed in as a Peps tablet dissolves in the mouth. It penetrates where liquid medicine cannot reach; arid pro- vides direct and instant protection for every part of the throat and chest. [m TRIAL Send this advertise- ment and ic. stump (for return postage) to Peps Dupont Toronto and free trial package will be sent you. ;