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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, MAY '.], 1918 TttE LETHBRIDGT': DAIlA' KimALD PAGE FIFTEEN' ^'^^^^^ � SIMPSON^S' ^ REORGANIZATION Off to a Good Start. The best yek The bargains are genuine and the crowds appreciate the savings-62 Corsets and 78, Waists sold the first day. The values are here so the selling is easy. For Sat. and Mon. Women's Cloth Suits..................$8.95 Values up to $25.00 Women's Tweed Skirts................$4.65 Values up to $7.00 Women's Serge Dresses..............v $10.95 Values up to $17.50 c Women's White Voile Blouses...........$1.39  Values 'up to $2.50 Girls' Gingham Dresses................$1.59 ! .Values up to $2.75 Women's Wool Panama Dresses.......... $2^90 For Values up to $10.00 Cotton Wash Dress Materials..............18c For Values up to 45c Fine Colored Floral Cotton Voiles...........49c For Regular 75c Values M^WrG^Mr�ts~.......777!.......89c For Values up to $1.75 Women's Tub Gingham Dresses ..........$1.29 Values up to $1,75 Women's Cotton Ribbed Vests............ 25c For Regular 40g Values Extra Quality English Crepes.............: 25c For 45c Values __.______________ An Assorted Lot of Ladies Collars...........10c For Values up -to 75c Fine Crepe de Chine Waists..... Regular $5.00 Values $2.95 Black Taffetine Underskirts.............$1.29 Regular $2.00 Values . 15 per cent. Off All Finest Suits 15 per cent. Off All Our Stock of Coats , ,,.-----------,---------------------.....------------.......... . ,-------- � - � 15 per cent. Off All Silk and Serge Dresses 15 per cent. Off All Girls' and Kiddies' Spring Coats 10 per cent. Off Everything Not Specially Advertised Heavy Linen Cluny Laces..... Regular 25c and 30c Values 15c lEmbroidery Edgings and Insertions ...... i... 8c Repular 12/20 and IS? Lines IQ per cent. Off AH Silks and Wool Dress Goods 10 per cent. Off Hosiery and Gloves 10 per cent. Off Ginghams and Prints 10 per cent, off Linens and Bedding COME SATURDAY AND DO YOUR SHOPPING HERE. YOU WILL SAVE ON EVERYTHING YOU � ' BUY. ^ Dominion Block * * � PERSONAL � MiH. .r. Holinos, of Cai'dston. la sppndlng the week ond In Iho city with Jlrs. Yoiiiiff at the Victoria MalisfonM. 4 � � Mr. Gonrgo McKllIop lettlaHt night for Calgury whort- It Is understood lie will nntor the 78tli Dftttcry stattonod thcTf.   � Mrs. Niven, of Calgary, nrrived in the i'ity this afternoon to Join her husband and will visit hero for some time. M  Mr. ,1. Horno loft today for Winnl-pog.  �  Miss C. McCluro returned this ntier-noon from attending the missionury meeting in Calgury. � * * Mr. and Jlrs. A. McMillan and fdiild-ron and Mrs. D. S. JIcMlUan, of Gran-nni, were visitors in the city yesterday.    Mr. H, Schweitzer and Mr. C. Oeig-cr went to Calgary last night where they intend to enlist.   William .Tolinsfon who has heen 111 In the Gait hospital for a time, has now returned home. � *  Mrs, A. K. Haishaw is leaving for Sasliutoon tonight to join her husband there.  * * Mr. and Mrs. KnwiiHon have moved to their beautiful new home on liith Street, the building of which has just been completed.    Among the numerous boy who wont to Calgary last night with intentions of enlisting there were Messrs. Clarke, Kane and Busby of this city. it win not, be cqnBidcicd an act of discourtesy If they leavi; a;. '.) o'cUu-lr. f)Ut dorho and get a Kri':.l',;r part of the sermon. �.  � . The committee of Culd and Silver Trinket Fund dc.iic lo Ihunk ii donor from the country I'nr an anonymous gift. � * . WEDDINGS . Saskatchewan, oh Tuesdiiy. .�\]iril :',Olh. by Rev. G. A. Sutherlaiiil. M,,\.. .lanirs lOdgnr Wallace, of Sw.iiliMorc, and Gladys Alberta Williaais. > ? * : o Mlsa Tholma Nobles of Lethbrldge. who takes part in the program of the T.O.D.E. concert tonight at the Empress, is a guest of Miss Ilulburt. Cambridge St.-Jrodicino Hat Daily News. Jlr. PA. nnvis also went to Calgary Mast night for the purpose of onlist-I ing. ;  GENERAL : : ? : : > : ? : : : : : : : : After being in Unssi.i with i he hospital system which slic or/,';ini?.(�l, where she minlHtorcd id the; llussian soldiers in tlio war llicatre for f\illy two years, not only on tlie castei'ii front but in Rumania, l.ady i'agel arrived, from the Orin ox-pre.ssed ''aiJ^jrecintioi: nf (lie excellent work the ali'men were doing in tlie cause of civilization. * � ? > : SOCIAL EVENTS Toronto has a very iiili!ri.s;iiiK visitor-Miss Helen Ciuli^lc, llie famous lOnglisli wo|nan v. ho has paint-> > 1 ed the port/alt of iiuiiiy nntubles and i who has tranKferred ili(> beauty and charm of many of )';ii;,'!:iii(l';; old gardens to canvas.. The S. O. E. .nnd D. k M. whist drive held WodncHduy evening was splendidly attended. About IS tables were in play, the ladies prizes being .won by (1st) Mrs. P. W. Scott and (2nd) Mrs. W. Holbertoii, and the gentlemen's prizes by (1st) Mr. R. D. Fleming, (2nd) Mr. A. W. Carr. The consolation prizes were won by Jlrs. Dodd' and Mr. A. Westley. The special prizes for the hidden numbers were won by Mrs. J. Davidson and Mr. I THE GRADUATE NURSE > � > ^ * > \ � : : > ? : ? ? : : : : > ? : ? : An enthusiastic meeting was hold in the vestry of Knox church last nifilit with the result that plans were made for the coming tennis season. Mr. McG. Young was elected president, Miss Gladys Hilling, vice-president and Miss 10. Aird, snc.-lreas. The courts are to bo lUtt in shape at once voiidy for playing. ' *'  *  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Healey attended a nuieting In Wesley Hall sometime ago, dressed in their native Indian costutiies. So great was the enthusiasm that at the conclusion of the meeting, those present, men, .women and cMhh ren, boys and girls, gathorod around Mr. and Mrs. Healey and examined-their clothes and asked them all kinds of questions and detained them until Into. Mr. Healey lias promised to bo present on Monday night nt the Grand Council Fire given in the AVealey hall on Monday evening next.  w  The largo congregation in Wesley cliurch on Sunday ovonlug Indlcotpd the interest of the people on the stjli-joct of Baptism. Since Sunday sever-nl requests have been scut to^ tifo pastor to deal, with Ipfapt baBtIa.hi. On Sunday ovprilng next tho,auWadt will,be '.'TheCftlWln Relation'tQ.atatc ekWl Church, lunludliig li full Btatora^iit' at mar iMilc( In the Baptism qf Cliird-' ren."  ' . ,.'   .� The s�rmoi!i at tho Clivlstian church loniglik is one of vHulintej'est iQ iiiil and any who desire to hear It and also, lake in the address at tUo.Y. M, CiA., we>have our nurses working fifty weeks out of the year on prevention. The old adage of "Aji ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is proving ll.s Iriith every day. Social service has broadened the nurucn' field, ali'o our largB liospitals. The opportuaKicH for n, capable, iimhitiutis graduate nurse are unlimited. For old limo'a sake aliall we take first just .plain nursing, or private inirslng, a;i It is professionally cnll-eii all have adored the silent, (li;riiified "wbHn linen aur.'fe" who Hpcd aroiinil so deftly in our homes, or wiiom we viewed from a Alstance once when a nuighbor was so very ill. .She Jovcs her work.. Her dignity is jUHt the natural H�lf-coutidenco that conios of knowing her work, and when siie helps wage-a battle v.ltli death and is oh the winning side her joy ih unbounded. If, on the other JKind, dcuth wins and she has only the achi(!Vi'ineiit of easing each last moment, there is satisfaction in tliat. .Second: Tlie .stiperintorideiit and Hiilicrvisliig nur.HCH. including . teacher;! nf prcibatifi^nerH and the holders of clciii'iil positions in large training ficlioob-,-lioi-e we get r(!sponslblllty, not of an inillvidual, but of individuals. .Much ili'pends on the leaclier of jiro-balioiiors. Hlin lias It In her power to iiiaUc cxccllonl women. Probationers are like ciiildren in many ways. TJiey Have wonderful ideal.'!, and many of Ihcni look uiion their teachers as sup-crliiiman beings. Xow tile teacher of prob.itidiicrs can do inucli. not to do-lUroy these ideals too Wantonly, but to keep Ihein alive. i)lacing them on a firm fouluiatioii of practical things, �i'cacliing of probationers, lo my mind, is one of the nio�t important callings. Tho teacher really sliiMild be a superior woman, and if she Is we shall have more .-jiiperior wiimcii, and wo want Ilium. Public health nursing and school nursing are very interesting. Volumes could he anil have been written about them, and tlieir main object is prevention of disease. District nur.sing has another large field., In this department nurses have tlie care of the niicdy pool', and do actual niir.sing in thejimnea, which is a wonderlul .work with many Inter-c.iting Experiences attached. Insurance companies, big itores,. Immigration departmenta and mauur factoric.'i want nurses. Social service worker.? with nurses' tiJiinlng are invaluabli". This is notable. I linve not. mtwitioned the jiiill-' lary nurses or .tuany. others, but you have an idea, 1 lioiip. of our fields, and will agree with me that we have Hoiiio scope. "IJilf the training?" . I hear someone sjiy. Well, we get it. II0 you re-nielnber, "The Too Much Trained" Madame Deficit a few years ago?. Probably another asset to the ti-aining is its tendency to make i)oele;-;ses out of 30 many of our girls, 'i'lie following was written liy one girl, and she gave it the title of Disillusioned She was going to be a nurse, So she said. And this fancy stuck, you see, In iier litad. To smooth each brow she'd learn. And each pillow hot she'd turn, .And to help the sick .she'd yearn, So alie said. To a hospital she went, Bright and gay.-And there a week she spent, So they say. She made up countless beds. She wore her shoes to shreds. Hut she stroked no fovored heads, So they say. She lost a pound a day, Yes, a pound! And her hair was turning gray. All around. She worked like any man. Slie cleaned tho garbage can, She never walked, she ran All around. 9 \ oceries Greatly Reduced Prices These days when the cost of living concerns us all, any method of lowering it should meet with the full approval of the public. To loxver this cost as much a.-, possible In Lethbrldge we have opened TODAY In our FAMILY GROCERY a section to be operated on the Self-Seirving Cash and Carry Plan NO)A';BEING FOLLOWED BY.THIS S'rpBE..,..: The most economical way to distribute goods to the consumer known cit the present time. The prices compete with any mall order house. -Wo Invite you to this section of our store with the assurance that you will I  V '. � SAVE FROM 10 TO 15% ON YOUR PURCHASES. Walk around tho store, Insjject the goods yourself, see how low the prices are, learn how easy and quickly you can serve yourself. All goods marked In plain figures. much abbreviated,' of course, will bo possible for every girl. It could bo given In a school or college course, and If it were a fad, aa is domestic science for the engaged girl-our women would be saved many worries, and be better fitted to cope with Itfe'a ills. FLIBBERTIGIBBET. Kingston Presbytery sustained 4 call by Chalmers Church, Kingston/ to Rev. R. J. Wilson, bt Vancouver,. B.C. , Have You Tried The Bon Ton ICE CREAM WE MAKE IT OURSELVES IT'S PURE, RICH AND WHOLESOME. Special for Tomorrow Cocoanut Taffy, per lb.................... 30c 420 Fifth St. S., 2 Doors South of Orpheum Plays All Makes of Records. -the Phonograph Built by Piano Craftsmen From Piano Genjps-a NEW PhohograpK. I Founded upon a Half Century's Musical Experience. Not for years, perhaps, has there emerged from tho music trade so striking or important an announcement as this of the Gerhard Holntzman Phonograph. This new PhonograpUls tho heritage of the nationally-famed Gerhard, Helntzman piano. It retains the sam� title, It is worthy In every way tq stand on the same pedestal. For Ijt links the u�ma once more with finality bl achievement In producing the tonal values of music, \ It is just such a phonograph as you would expect this halt-centnry old music house to produce. � It Is just such a phonograph as every refined music-sense haa awaited. - Mirrors the Supreme Characteristics of Canada's Greatest Piano. A Giant Stride in Producing Phonograph Tone-Piano Genius! Plays all makes oti'ecords. Needle or Jewel. All,the world's,supreme musicians and ortlsta at your command. Kach cabinet hand-cafved-as beautiful as piano craftsmen ou make it. , ' GERHARD HEINT2MAN PLAYER PIANOS GERHARD HEINTZMAN PIANOS GERHARD HEINTjZMAN PHONOGRAPHS .aHERLQCRiMANIf|Q,PIANOS SHERLOCK-MANNING PLAYER PIANOS, ORGANS, ^ 'tETc. � miow Rooms: 5ih Street South North Orphmm Tfieaire 0728 ;