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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JAXUAUV 1'JUI TU15 LETHHWIXIK PAGE NINE TOMORROW, THURSDAY THE LAST DAY SIMPSON'S BIG CLEAN-SWEEP SALE Positively the biggest offering of bargains yet attempted. Don't delay. Come out to- morrow, the earlier the better, and buy- for present and future needs. Look care- fully every item. Hundreds of other bargains not advertised. 1 mm -liiiffi jGorsfct Coyer Special Fine' trimmed lace aud erii> 'y.. soiled. Values up to Girls Ankle Length {Drapers Wagon's Tvool and cotton mixture ribbed "7O_ drapers, sizes 24 anil 26.................. 4 uC 2S-find 30. ,Regular tvaliles anil OJC Another Lot of Dress Silks at yd. n Pussy "Willow Taffetas, Striped Pongees; PhSr. SotUFIse.-Shantungs, "ami a .Light shadesUEal maae ifn well Into underwear, evening dresses and blouses, darXer shades and stripes, suitable for slreel dresses and skirls. Values up to Clearing (hem out Thur 1 1 Q al r J f t Cotton-filled Quilts and Blankets GO HOME ON THURSDAY ijCx72 inches Clean Cotton Filled Comforters. Gppd quality coverings. o nn Thursday Canadian Wool Hlankets 7 nn J7.00 Waoltex p at O.OU HOO Bilra Large Cotton Blankets, o O'O at..................................... H.OO Grey Woo! Ulanltets, t Qf J (or 4.O3 A Big Table of REMNANTS for Thursday Silks, Mohairs, 'Flannelettes, PrinjSj Cottons, Sheetings and.PilloW Cottons. at Almost Half Value.' SjPECIAL! Ladies' Crepe-de- tU O.59 A late shipment-thai should have bceri here for the opening of our Big Sale trame tn this morning by express 8'dpzefi in this lot, but we will sell them all Thursday White, flesh add Maize A1F sifts up to 44 00 values gome 3.59 Women's Serge Suits At Almost Half Their Value. lu I 4 ot ttitW tine Duality suit on al Uxcandlne traffic in Canada xpandlng trafEic iu wealeni Canada Liberty arid-Right ure thruned among forever! o 4' ff ff 3r fs Pie. K. W-atsou t? leaving totlav for lUjHtary cainy, to'uudergo nictJtcal treatment, Mr.1 atd'-Mre. Al. P. Juluislon and little daughter left yesterday for gary, where.they will, make their per; maeietft residence.' >Jrs. B.-V. Dooley returned yester- from Sauit Ste. Marie, accom- panied hy her broilier. Mr. .1. John- "of'Vancouver. The many friends of Mrs. Jones, of High lliver, daughter of Mayor and Mrs. D. Hardfe, who has very III Tvith pneumonia, will plcaeed to learn that Fhe Is now do- ing very J .ilr. and.Mrs. IV returned yesterday. affernooc'r Tr-om a weeiis' (rip 16" Vancouver, i G wishes to acknowledge Hie Career sent Ittra by the Mrs. -Harvey, oT'MilJc River, is visitor In the> convalescing from a severe attach.of influenza, J, llawaen In attending a special coufereiice of the retail merchants there. been .the guest of Mrs.-A. and her fundn of the Women's National HeiKh Assotlation of Irelasul and removing them from the list of those operating fake tliarities were given In detail In Ihe reports, The meeting decided that I-ady Aberdeen's financial statement, ivhieii was -produced, accepted as read, 'NEIGHBORHOOD PRAYER v MEETINGS ff North district Rev. E. J. Hodgias. Section Thursday. Mrs. Adolph- son. 1MB Sth Ave. X. Seclion >Ira. Wisljart, 15S ISth St. NT. Section Thursday., lira. Robert Kergan. 17S5 otli Ave. N. District Rev. C. E. Craig. Section Thursday. Mre. 3rd Ave, S. Seclion Thursday, llrs. W. X Hamilton, 1210 5tli Ave. A. Section Thursday, Mri. WMd dington, 020 Hth St. S. District Rev. O. Curtis. Section 1 Thursday, Mrs.' 7ih Ave. A, District Itev, W. .A. Hafoe. nunrbcr bt little fei onday after- noon In honor of the birthday of her daughter, Helen1.- Many rousing games tycre played at fi len glri sat down' of dainty refreshments. The. jiarty brohc up Pt half-past air liavt Ing b a a pleasant afternoDii- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES O A 0 fr aid class will meet iu the Y. M, C. A. at S o'clock.lonight i The 'annual meeting -local council of .women will in the M. C. A.-on-KrEdnyj-January 31 Will .each i (fiveminule report' of- o the vJork. accqirtpllshefl Curing (in year, J; ._ f poslppuec from October the 'flu, Jsinwary in" five- are tp'4ie ilied toi- pitied Ihe -work of dredging and fill- will be started New Ration build.'uga will erccUd at Harding, March weli. Sthvritzer, Rutland and "The engine lioui-es Weyburn, Moose Jaw and Cranbrcvok will be ex; tended and tbe eugtne bouse at Sirdar, H.O., will be rebuilt "The interior of the shuloa at Medicine Hal will be remodelled'.with a view ot securing belter accommo- dation tor the public. plants ivilJ he built at RaSUi, Ont., and North .fccnd, B.C. "Additional trackage for" liaiidHng (rafii iacvejfistifs will lie ptovldex! at High Bluff, R OSE e i-, .Fusilier; Stephen, Meltta and Rose town, and ckage at Portage Section 923 Stli St. S. Seclion 822 9th Mrs. Fetter, Mrs. Filmer, made to termlual La Prairie, and Heveli "To accoittraodalo the .largest type of locomoiives, turntables will he installed at Field Revelstoke. "The work" of lining Connaught tun- nel concrete will be eoutinued "An addition transfer' targe wit! to for Okauaga'n" and an additional car slip provided. "A pernwncnt concrete tlobr Vill La placed iu Ihe stockyard at iam, aud improvements also made in At II eg t mi pat ing -fill be done In, thB local yards to permit more convenience la lablng freight. there TV ill be improvements mode in the pit facilities to provide for the more prompt handling- ot loetKfio- lives. "The URuaJ generouB proTtiUm Ii made Cor fcaltafttlnff. sleel replace-, iiients nod iraprovemeuta tho road- beri. "Tbe program to new lines can not be determined until certain sur- veys now "being made completed and until certain legal formalities we" completed with, tut ea announcement on this nV teJora "j. Bui Germans Deny They Do This in Reply to British Demand --l Central Ilcnoon. Section Mrs. Snider. CIS Bln'St S, OTTAWA, Jan, Feb- ruary' 1C, lias been fixed by the gov- ernment as EI national day of inter- cession, that (.he deliberations of tho Ijeace .conference may result "In AMSTERDA-M. Jan. .reply to a BrlMsh note requesting the Geti man government to refrain from far; ther [irovocatlon ol ,lhe: Fqlieh popu- lation in.eact and .west Prussia, Poseh according'to a dispatch from Berlin, expresses agreeraenl'with Great Brit- ain that, the future of the German eastern frontiers depends upon tbe' peace conference. Tho German note' expresses surprise at Ihe request to refrain from provocation and saya that the request "can only be n.Uri- the fact that the British gpv: TT o eminent Is inadequately'in formed of. PARIS. Jan. 22.-A claim-tbaV wo- eTebUin the men would be given fn-place1 in-wfiat- j German note declares tiiat GeF many has done to redress, Polish' 'grievances' and accuses 'the ever bodies may be jcreated for the putting into effect o( thc'lilea-of a league of nuyons Is.niade'iaa resolu- tion presented 10 thb peace confer- Poles .of-continually provoking tho Germans, it says lliat.Posen Is'In a ..__. r- uerraans. n bajb .rusen ia m enc3 by. an organization of French and "that the Ger- women under the presidency; of Ma- man-population has appealed for help dame Jullate'Attain. to German government, m-hich has -Another resolution waa adopted set-1-been'forced-to taie military.meaflures ling forth the wort, women did _i_.i. Ing the war anil demanding that men "claim their in fill future f reslove .order." institutions of the national.'.. thla.yetlc eslabltshment'of a world-wide peace in legislative and esecttUre -branches Jtrato'r's Sale of ifce fc on a just anS permanent CoundaUon." lot the government." Wilson alock.r 25C Extra Special Cmket Cottwi Tfcretd, WHITE AKO' ECRU. .-WhUa laxn, neatly made and trimmed >villi val lade. XOc and 60c value's, ._J> BLACK f AFFETINE PETTICOATS Blegaht lightweight TUitllntf material that -glfe.heBl .of vear. Tucked frilled. A 1 q'A regular J2.00 Thursday, each f? P- There the members of the. lift clasB of Knoi'cSurch at of': .JIUi iA, 5.3C on 'V The niusfc (he Mathe- nl tof L tomorrow Sovth class will lield Jn Kpoi at conducted by' Xllss IJimont. I, Dominion licliokah 11, meet M ilic I. O. O.' IV on Tli'iirsiiay nigtit, o'clock, when will bs conferred, Ing. Retwkalis welcome. 'Tlio St. Cyprltin'a will meet at 3.80 p.m. Thursdiy'iil (he .homo of Mrs. AV.'V. McJIIllen.mii Si. S. -r. v Tb6 Daughters luid iiilds of Kht- laid held whirl drive- and. dance Uhl brmlnciliij-Bti tnann'3 Tho tho winners of Thursday, Friday and Saturday FINISHES QUR SEMJTANNUAL c T nr v T A ifvtiip c AT r S1UIK-1 AKlNu a ALL YOUR LAST CHANCE TQ GET AT THE :PRICES WE HAVE BEEN WOMEN'S LAP BALS 8 inch to 9 inch tops. Brown kid calf, Nubuck and Black Kid. .Regular EVERYTHING CASH. NO EXCHANGES OR APPROVALS. Siwtkck Bmldki Third ATOHM ;