Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACfe TCX THE LEJUBIUDGE DAILY HERALB THURSDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1919 SIMPSON'S CLEAN SWEEP SALE Ladies' Skirts One of the meat wonderful Tjlnes ot our ALL TO 00 FRIDAY. jiivy, Two Days More of This. Awful Sacrifice and Slaughter of Prices We have no regard for Our only ambition is to make a clean sweep of all surplus and winter stocks before taking in- ventory at end of present month. Now for a grand finish. Curtains Wo have R few special lines in curtains which we are ottering at wholesale price. Made In ecru and while, scrim mid lice. 2% yards. H4. to A al Ihe saino -I nf price............................. Specials From the Dress Goods Dept. Inch Wool Cbectii. Mick tud white and blue and while. Regular 45c "A" V J5 inch Blici Dissoual Serge, all wool Regular J2.EO, for yard yard 45 Inch Wool uetiaii Cloth la nary. Rssukr 50 inch Pure Wool Cberlot Serge, ncvy. purple and green. A splendid suiting material. Hegulsr toi per yard 50 inch Cheviot and Basket Weave Wool Suitings in naty, tan and grey. Rppllar Tales J3.50. Sile Price, yard................. 5J inch Ail Wool Blanket Cloth Coating. Regular value (tab per yard. Clearing 69c 1.50 1.29 3.00 1.90 2.75 A Clean Sweep Sale of FURS OFF ALL COLLARS, CAPES AND MUFFS. FUR COATS LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICE. 1 only ibctra Quality Hudson Seal J300.00 value, 99C rtft J only Best liark Candlac Rat Cost, ?I75.M value, -I Oft ftft 1 only Best Rat with deep Beaver Collar anS Cutls. OQO 00 for i 1 only 2est Rat Tilth Canadian Coon Collar and Cuffs, 1 in nn H95.00 tor...........'...-v..........v.................- OKE5UAK7ER AND F.UB TRIMMED CLOTH COATS, A Great Clean Sweep Sale of SILKS Prices Cut Away Below Wholesale Cost 300 YARDS HEAVY QUALITY HABUTAI SILKS Every color you can ttriuk of, full yard wide in a splendid weight for dresses for street or evening wear, also lightest sliaSes lor undergannems. Our Hue; but really worth 53.00., 1 1 Q Clear teg at 36 INCH SILK POPLINS For dresses or skirts. Colors grey, rose, green, blue and. black. Regular 12.00 yard. Clearing Sale Price l.ti.7 n INCH CREPE DE CHINE In lovely finish, cotors flesh, rose, apricot, sky, lawn, i oo white. Regular value Our Clearing Price............ SERGE DRESS GOODS ON SALE 15 and 50 inch Dress pure wool, tine quality English make. Serges that cannot be matched anywhere at the prices, they come in navy, black, brown aud green. Regular SMO values, n Qg Sale ALL OTHER LINES'OF VVOOU DRHSS GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Clean Sweep of Coats, Dresses, 10 All Silks and Wool Dress Goods, 25% OH All Cloth and Plush Coats. 25ft AD Small Furs and Fur Coats. 10 Off All Our Finest Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists. Off AH Serge, Silk and 'Poplin Dresses. 10 Off All Boys' Clothing and Caps. lOfo Off All Quilts and Wool Blankets. K AM Men's, Wom- en's and Children's Under- wear. Clean Sweep of Blanket Cloth, Towellings, Etc. KNITTING Very clean soft, quality. Regular value pcr'pound. BLANKET CLOTH All ivool coalings in colors crim- son, grey, brc'.vn. navy. Regular (4.00. Clearing n at PURE LINEN- TOWELLINGS 25c Linen towellings are scares any price, but ibcse are stock bought in 1917, aml.arc. theretord eilra valufci al liie price .ire arti now asking, I'teln or striped bord- ers, 17 and IS inches ivido. Get your requirements now, at per yard.................. All Other Merchandise -1 Not advertised will fas subject to a discount of cent Nothing told at You save en tverythina you buy at-this wte... I friT WxvJFoj 602-604 4th Ave. S. Where Goods of Quality Are-Sold Cheapest Terms of Sale .No exchanges, 'no. refunds, no O.O.D. Spot cash. Small charge for alterations of ready- iofwear garments. Large parcels be deliver- ed free of charge. teea -tended to The R Diridzon and franT Tio'vr of tiie limited resources ot tiie yroYlnce, urging the provincial goTemiaent to demand tmaiicIaJ eistance for school purposes from the federal goyemmcat, yricicipatly on the ground that Inasmuch as the inv policy was in the hands of tie fcat eorsfn- should assume a responsible stare in ihe burden of educating- and tho foreign element and tfas remoral of illiteracy in It wzs Tell that the Dominion b'.e for technical education. Edmoatoc receive In. act. tA. tiielr ei- People's Forum Jne has paraded his red hot socialistic ideas th'e people of this pro- vince to such an eilent that the gen- eral feeling Is tLat even tho Socialist Party of Canada take Its place Commutation, under thli headtag' of THE NEW LABOR PARTV 522 !tli St. S., LethorMge, Jar. lith, 19J9, To rte Editor Lejhlmage j goods wtolch ttiejr promised tu Uic Can- 1 adlan public at the last federal elec- Join VMelenik separate Khoot board returned' j-esteraar after- noon BdKoaton, wiiare tie? et- Vs'deo a conference ot school tees and the representiUTcs o! the proTJnee lejarilns incrsassd Echoo] -Hon. G P. Satth, mlnirter o( eation, jireslded coulerence, the school ot pmcttcillT efery torn rad ohy in tho proTtnoe in TKTS cohteiencc TW decided trie minister o! education that rerr materiel Increases peudltures, Vntle and Meal- cine Hat receive 6 per cent Tae additfoiifcl grants promised VfU not raitertiilj' increase lie acd there is uo_ fniniedMte proapect ot tbe btirdea oC educating the coming generation betns remored from Uio shoulders of the local unless ohrouja federal sources. be made.te the lor hljfa tack .that tecVmScal rfwattev; HUed-Th that would txl Who Bete nm Who law the treat troop-chip, TUB- canja, go down with of Un- cle Saro'a hoys on board, and cabled back .that wonderful description the anti _ I( a man is desirous of being ol ser- vice to the community, he milst adopt a policy ot construction instead ot bylaws do noVconflict vfth'tho V.'hen from1 'a IhouEaha.'one alone" of the I-alior Party oE CanaOa. Jn plenty rolls along, XQK, Sir, I am cdnfidenr-that others he'cr liava scope can be so that There must wrong, "could involve all roen and woroen diirins the past lew years tiaye been'When poor men's tables waste.away 'studying aloris those linos -ivWch will! To torretmcBs eventually place 'them' There must te something in tile way they are no 3 lossi ivortli Uie i'mdhig out, lo declare where they, stand When surfeit one great ally. Kve'ry sign.of these terrible days of irar and rerolutfonary change, when economic und social forces are being it mnVriprable limp 1 i destruction. Therefore thts tieine the uiJOn whose effect it is Home time since i u-hich __ occupied any of yonr time ana space., Bud trust you will gnfrlt me a portion i on this bccasior. in order that 1 raay lo explain some of the J (desire ot tlie large audience which in the convention Irall at Me'ciicinc Hat on Friday evening last, which by the -way was an open conven- no political seer dare venture to con- jecture, bids us search our hearts through and through: and make them forth, s, be New S Labor Party. Also to deal 'with some the remarks made by Joe Knight Jn his address at the Pantages Theatre, Calgary, on Sunday evening last. a man .gloats In public at the manner In which he saddled a bunch ot his revolutionary Ideas upon the Alberta Federation of an 4 at- tacks the- proposed New Party's plat- form has been fairly decided upon, wmust appear In Ihe eyes'of the thinking public to'be a crank and a fanatic. He declares Ibat only party in the world lhat can do anything for the working classes had the- plea- ol being a member. ensure to Ihe producers hy and tirain Ihe full Iruils ot Ihelr IndMlrj-'by. the following means: (a) To organize, and consolidate Ihe lalor vole in Alberta and lo cooper- ate with oilier iirovincos in securing united poiillcal acllon throughout Can- ada.