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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'POURJ^W SPECIAL BARGAIN ATTRACTIONS for all Outside-of-City Customers who have been unable to take advantage of the many SPECIAL DAY SALES we have been putting on throughout the season. Your. Specials will be here all Fair Week. � . THE GREATEST VALUES YET OFFERED WIU. BE FOUND AMONG THE SUITS, DRESSES,^ BLOUSES, SKIRTS, SWEATERS, BOYS' CLOTHING, GIRLS' WASH DRESSES, SILKS BY THE YARD, SERGES, FINE CREPE DE CHINES, SILK HOSIERY, GLOVES AND CORSETS. WE WILL ONLY MENTION A FEW OF THE PRICES HERE, THAT WILL PREVAIL ALL FAIR WEEK AT THIS STORE. THESE WILL SERVE TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE MANY GENUINE PRICE REDUCTIONS YOU WILL FIND THROUGHOUT THE STORE. o'sGlath Suits $42.50 Values for $24>00 Serges and Gabardine?. All pure fine wool materials. Well tailovcd. silk lihed. Colofs navy, green, sand. Fair Week Special.............$24.00 Wooien'a Fine of Georgette and Crepe $s.oo Bis assortment of styles arid colorings from our regular lines that were selling up to ?9,oO. Special for Fair Week............ $5.00 osiery, vgp^special line at --- Crown Brand and Radium Hosiery in colors champagne, brown, white, pink, sky and black. Sizes 8V2 up to 10. Special for Fair Week.................. 95c Boys'Clothing at a Big Saving From our immense stock o� boys' suits we have selected about thirty suits that wo are going to make a big noise with for fair week only. Values ?8.50 up to ?11.00. All on Sale, at per Suit..........., $6.95 See Our Swell Line of SILK SKfRTS at $9.50 ca. 20 % OFF ALL SUNSHADES AND PAgASOLS 25% OFF GIRLS' AND BOYS' SUMMER HATS We bought early and took delivery at a good saving In prices, securing the very best quality skins which cannot be had later in the season from the manufacturer, even at advanced prices. The Simpson Go., Ltd. CAM6N FARMERS OISCUSSIAY (Frpm Our OwncorT�aB�"�a�nt> ' Ckrdfltoi}, June 17.-Mr. C. T. Tapp ! of tbo'.Depftrtment of AgrlcuUvirs, met ; wltfe' about two hundred of the farm-' era from ..the Cardaton and surround-'jng'diatrlota-Jn tlie Cahoon hall on j Wfltoeailiiy afternoon. Tboro wore imaiy prtiont literosted jvery deeply InvOie, hay tiues'tion. While tfio' survey of the npTtJaora part-of the province has not btieo ./compleUd ap4 therefore very deilnlto infarmatiQD i� not yet available, Mr. Tiipp-aniiW�redl the nuoaerous enquiries M wtW ao the information available j.wnuld allpw. / vljlost of the fanhers preferred to !�4�d tJielr;8toq;t..liere and ship In the Day: an wai evidenced by the orders WT�n to Mr, Tapp as 6000 tone of hay w�re required, and only about 1500 kMd oj Htock reported tor uhlpiiieat to be led on the northern pasturea. Mr. w. J. Stephen, prinolpal of the Claresholm School of Agriculture and Mr, A. B. Qually representing the Alberta government, headquarters at Lethbrldgo, were also present at the meeting. Ab the good work of the Claresholm .'icliool Is not sufflctently known U\ this district, Mr. Stephen kindly consent-od to coro.e down and address the people here BOtnetlme in August-so that the young people could ba intormed as to the opportunities for aJvence-ment along the Un^ea of donieniic arts and agriculture as presented throu-,jh these BchQ0l8-�-3p9clfllly arrangud lor the boys and'ElHa from the farmn. It Is also deBlredtthat, the people In the dry districts who do not meet the government ^appointees touring the province.and,who desire teed for farm use, write,to the dopartnient of agriculture, Edmonton, addressing A. E. Meyers who la charged OBpeclally with this work of getting the feed to those who.iieed it. \ ,  mport-ant one as the attendance showol and the many Important points passed upon. Mrs. Mark Spencer was elected to All the position of convenor on the constituency committee. The big membership drive for this organUatlon Is to be pushed soon and prizes of $50.00 are to bo awarded to the ,�uost successful districts. The most important item,for the housowlves and ' their daugh'ters to mako note of is tlie Short Course School in cooking to be held on July 27th, 29th and 30th, with Miss llay-ward of the Claresholm School of Ag-ricultiiro in charge. l