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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta A'KOXKSDAV. iMAV I, llMft The Simpson PUTTING ON A BIG REORGANI Beginning Thursday, May 2nd, to Continue Throughout the Month of May Owing to the reorganization of our Company it is absolutely necessary for us to raise a large amount of Cash quickly to complete our plans and to do this we must sacrifice our profits and cut prices to the very lowest throughout the whole stock. V/e mean to make it the greatest merchandising event in the history of this store. Now if you are honest with yourself you will buy everything for present and future needs. Not for years to come will you have the opportunity of securing such high grade dry goods and ready-to-wear garments at the prices offered you in this sale. Be here at the opening Thursday morning and every day you.can for you will saVe on everything you buy. Here Are a Few of the Hundreds of Special Bargains We Htve to Offer Crepede-Chene BLOUSES $2.95 New stock just opened up. Five styles. Colors, flesh, maize, white nnd black. Worth $5.00. Sale � Price 'Only ^ If m w w ww^m% Women's and Misses Middies Plain or with fancy collar, cuffa and pockets. Values CC^ up to $1.76, for only..........,.............i......... il9C White Voile BIduses-Special $1.39 More than a hundred pretty Voile Blouses. Sl*es',36 to 44. Values up to $2.75. Sale ____\.............'... 1.39 Extra Special! Women's Serge and Tweed Suits, $8.95 10 Only, Suits in This Lot Everyone a' bargain. Last season'^ styles. First class mater-izila and well made. Be early for these. Girls' Norfolk Wash SuitL $2.00 > ^ LESS THAN HALf VALUE. > Tans, trimmed in red or white. Sizes 8 to 14 years. Women's Black Sateen Petticoats $1.19 FOR VALUES UP TO $1,75. Women's White Nainsook Nightgowns Women's white Naln.-sodk Night C'owns. . Neck and short sleeves, trimmed with embroidery, neillly finished. |*q Regular $1.00 value for............................. u"C Corset Just 40 pair in this lot. All high grade corsets. Assorted styles and sizes in perfect condition. Excepting that the garters have gone sinck. Not a cheap corset in the lot. The regular prices rati from $3.00 up to $5.00. Take your choice for  95c EXTRA SPECIAL 15 Pieces Wash Dress Materials Crepes, Sun Resista, Middle Cloths, Drills and Vesting Foulavds and Voiles. All fast colors. Regular values from 35c to 50c. 'All one price in this sale, per yard- 18c AH Suits and Coats . At a Substantial Discount. All our best suits and coats. Skirts and dresses to be sold at a discount of 15 Per Cent NOTHING RESERVEDX ' NOTICE! Any lines not specially advertised are subject to a discount of from 10 to 20 per cent. You will get a discount on everything you buy here I throu|(hout the month of May; %A >. ji; ^�i: Si: -'0 Less Than Cost of Materials. Percale and Gingham House Dresses in stripes, checks aiid small floral designs. All this aeason's styles. Good fast washing colors. Sizes 36 � on up to DO. Sale Price .......... 33 Inch Cotton Crepes At About Half Their Regular Value. Per Yard - 25c Small neat stripes in blue, khaki, cream and white grounds. Extra quality, soft and splendid weight for house dresses, rompers or girls' school dresses. Re�)ular value 45o, OP Sale Price...................'........... ., ^OC Here is a Good Bargain for the Men. Zepliir and Percale Shirts A splendid shirt, soft finish, fast, colors. Neat stripes of tan, blue, mauve and pink. A limited quantity. Reg- nn ular value $1.75. At, each..................... OiJC en's Overalls and Jackets Each $1.90 Made from American stifle stripe drill. All sizas In stock. The regular value is now $2.50. .1 q/| Our Sale-price .......................,............ imUV Dress Goods and Siiks At Less Than Present Wholesale Prices, . Wool Serges, Sungallnes, Mohairs, Gpbardincs and a few Tweeds. Goods you will not get- later. Now offered at a discount of 10 per cent, on our old prices. ^ . Silks also on sale at vlO per cent discount. Nothing held back. Everyt^hlng is going at a discount. LAY IN YOUR SUMMER SUPPLY OF DRY GOODS NOW IF YOU CARE ABOlit SAVING A FEW DOLLARS. THE WHOLE NEW STOCK IS ON SALE~NOT AN AllTIGLE RESERVED. No Phone Orders Accepted for Advertised Goods The Y Carry hs many: s ma IT paroBlsi' as you can. Wis will deliver the rger ones. Baby Welfare Institute KviMv MHiliior In I.iMlibfUtgc Who ran find it iioRsli)le In do sn. nhoiilrt allcnil 111 louHl sDiiic iii' tlii- skksIohr of the baby wolfari! inHliliil.n which opens toMHirrow niU'riinnii In (lip Y.W.C.A.. and conthuics for Thursday aflernoon ami cvi^iiiiiR and Friday afternoon and. pvonliig. ICvrrythltiK ronni^i'leil widi Ihc ucif.Lri' of tlio clilld will be (ouc'lifd upon by tlu' variolic !('(iiiriTs. iiiul dciiKinKtialionV of all BcirlR iwllt bo r.urritMl mi. I(i>v. Ilii>rli |)!� fu-Ifvencd Willi iiiiisicifl siloctlo'itH by local artists. " 'I'tiH siissluiis wli; open oil ThurBfJay afternoon and thp. folhiwIiiB Ik tlio proKraiii: 'I'lmrsdiiy .Vitcnidun: 'j:!.Tlaby Hhartlng by Or. Crags Hnd .N'ursos ;;!. rlpv. ('. lO. ('r;ii,'K. cliainiiaii; 3.10...Opf'nliiK Addresf. Mayor Ilardio; solo, .Mrs. I.nylon; l'rllic)-,M noiil(>n,strnl.lon Class; x. Clialr-man's Address. Urv. HoiIkIiAs; .Sin, solo, .Miss Alinnir; Ifa/.el; S.'.ii|, Care ot Cliild DuriiiK tile FIrHt Year, by Ur. Lynn; .S.-in, .solo, Ivy Dawson; !�, Address, liy.Hev. H, Hnbsoii, PHONE I2S4 CHARTING IN WESLEY HALL To prevom any inis-iiiider-sliiiidinfi it is announced tliiit llifi baby rliartiug is to taUe plai-e ill Wesley Hall in connection with tlio buby Welfare institute. The lectures wil) be Kiveu in tlin Y, iM.,,(', A. .J. .;. > .;. .;. .;. .;. -.^ Addresses were also given by .Mayor ilariilc ami IJr. LalTorly followed' by tile iirnaentatlon of diplomas by llr. ('aiiipl)Pll and the hospital ni'.'dal!! b.v .Miss .\gnew. Two vocal selections were also rendered by .Mr. U. I-'lemlnp. Tile mir.sps are lo lie conipiinieiiled upon so suecessi'iiUy compioiiug their course, and tile most intercstin.? event, closed with llie serving of refresh-menus,    : � ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > ff .'j, .;. ,\, ^ � > � ? PERSOfMAL. ii * > ' > ��>#4>#�*� Mr. and Mrs. ,Iolin Davies ot .Medicine lial arrived In the eily this afternoon and are the guests for a short time of Dr. and Mrs. n. A. Taylor. � w � Mr.s. .Arthur I-ewis has arrived from Calgary and will spend the week vis-illng ill the city. �  � Miss Madge Fairley of St. Ijuke's Hospital. Spokane, lias .successfully passed her first stale examinnlion, luaking 'J7 per cent, and 100 per cent, iu an e.xtra examination on anatomy. * * * .Mr, C. Sheridan of Urockville, Ont, arrived in the city ye.sterday to take up his residence liere. *   Mrs. Martin, wlio has been visiting Mrs. .1. W. McNMchol ot this city, has returned liome. . *   .Mr. and Mrs. O. K. .vr;:e,i:a.\' "left tills iiorning tor a visit lo Calji;!'.';y and Kanff. * \   ' .Mr. !!. .M.irliei.'i .eli:last night fnr '�il..',,:ii * Mrs. W'm. Lawrence "of Granuni returned iionio yeatorda.v ufter spoiuling u few days visiting in the city. *   Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Hates and dangU-ter -Myrtle, of Taher, were visitors ot the city yesterday. They wore motoring lo l^Klgary where they intend making their future home.' � * * Uev, llngli Dobson arrives' In the city this evening and will be the guest of and .Mrs, J, N. llitohile, � * .� ; Driver' Tlios,..![oDid&y ami Oluuier O-jft, Pollard have juii; received par-cols sent by the youflB ladle^ ''.Ot St: Mary's church and wisli to "thank them for their kindness as they very much appreciated Ihe gifts trbm-Loth-bridge, s * �  .;. .> .;. .> .> .> .> 'I' > ? SOCIAL EVENTS ? �: c o * � *  "S At llie't'lalt hospital lajit nlghrgrad-uiiuon wore ,held for tour oC tho nurses who liave compluted their course there, namely, Jilas llcr-ringer, .M.lss Kno.x; .'\'lliis J'-mviin and jVllsfs , Mj,li'vlp. TltP 1 nitwnp.e'UuB* woj-e. bpeiioa' nith ;a' praxBl'' l>,v Hoy, "CllasVnnl:or Hilcl an'address by Canon Murrel!-Wright, w4io Avas cliairmaii. Tho I,,O.B,A. ^vill liold their annual meeting in liie .Moose hall on Thursday al 7:ao p,m. sharp. PS* 'I'he annual business meeting or tho Girls' Auxiliary of St. Mary's church will take place tomorrow night at S o'clock. Al! members are retiuestod to attend.    Will the members ot Wesley church bear in mind the congregational meeting at eight o'clocit in the ladles' jiar-lor Ihia evoiiiuK'.' .�  � Toiiiglil in the Ignited diurch hall at eight o'clock a missionary cantata will be given and also 11)0 slides on ("hina will he shown. No admission, ofi-'erlng taken.    St. .\ugnstin's tennis cburti are open for players now. and auyono willing to play please comniuulcato with A, C. Ilaworth.  M ^1 The Sir Alexander'aalt chapter T.O. U.l!;. presented the R.N.W.M.P. with socks, cigarettes and magazines at the station before they left last Monday tor Ueglna. � � * Another enthusiastic meeting oZ the Girls' .Auxiliary was held at the home of .Airs. Starnes last evening and plans were definitely decided upon for a bridge and .^00 party in thu K.O.I':, hall tor Friday, the 10th of May. There will be four prizes given and tables may be reserved iC desired, by phoning -Miss Marlon .Marr?, 1617.) The girls will also sell tickets at 50 cents eacli. The girls are now getting well organized and the club headquarters will be at the iiouse kindly donated by Mrs. Duff wliioh belongs to the Ruff estate. Hera the girls will de-vole their energies lo useful work of all sort.9. In connection with this house it is reauestcd that if the parents ot thu young lads breaking the windows In this hous� would please ksee that It is stopped, It would be much appreciated. .Mrs. Starnes had a talk with Capt. Pearson during his recent visit here, telling him of the girls' desire to direct their energies towards French war relief and he stated tiiat nothing was more needed or inoi-e pilalseir worthy. The Girls' Auxiliary Irtt'end making ovei- clothing Into sultRblo garments and soon, hope to have a bale ot clothing to send to liiis stricken people. All members ot the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter X.O.D.K* or any Intending members, and it is hoped thOre arc many, are asii'ed to Join (he or-ganizaliun and help to make it a success. ^- 'I'ho ladles of Crj'stal Lake have r�-oeived the foUowingf Ifelter regarding Ihe parcels lhat were 'sonl: France, March 2S), 1911, The'LtidioB (it Crystal Lake; , , .lust a lin6>Uo thank you very much tor the welcome j>arcels which reached our buttery the pther day. Tii^r* was one for every man in the battery, and we do think you Southern Alberta people are awfully good to us, making no d'l|tlnctlon between we AVinnipeR men of the old/IlTlh, the reinforcements; no matter where Hiey coma from, and the men from your own province, You must be passlne through anxious llmeH at home days, and we are continually thinking ot those we have left behind, and what they must~'be going through. I liopcbe-tore this.reaches you the issue will,no longer be in doubt. We foel the decisive struggle l.s on at last, and somehow, we welcome it. and , are not afraid bf llie final result. .^gailn thanking you for my parcel, and hoping your boys will be back home before another winter' passes, Yours very .sincerely. i;!OJ47(i) PISUCY C. I'OWKYS. .The .Moxt of Ivli) will meet at the lied Cross "roivus tonight at 7:30 for sewing. The regular hiofilhly'meeting ot tho Nursing niLssiou will notbe hold pii .Monday next, but on tbo.ijefi'pjid ,Mou-rtay ot'the-month, ' ' ^ -'-V ' SAVE THE BABIESl 1415 ;