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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' FIlinAY, MAY 10. ini� V-v,^, i^iatilMilLHil': DAILY III'IIIALD SIMPSON'S Reorcanization Sal4 GREATER BETTER AND BIGGER THAN EVER - FOR SATURDAY- BETTER THAN A FIRE SALE A TREMENDOUS COaECTION OF REAL UVE BARGAIN LOTS THAT DISTANCES ANY PREVIOUS ATTEMPT AT BARGAIN GIVING. DONT MISS THIS THE GREATEST SLAUGHTER OF THE WHOLE SALE. READ OVER EACH ITEM CAREFULLY AND NOTE THE AMOUNT OF MONEY YOU CAN SAVE BY COMING OUT SATURDAY BRIGHT AND EARLY. LADIES' COATS On sale Saturday morning only, 5 Ladies' Velvet and Corduroy Coats. Sizes 16-18, 36 and 38. Silk lined, pearl buttons, belted. Imagine, only.........$2.00 LADIES' WASH SUITS Coats and Skirts. Heavy white pique, duck and Palm Beach cloths. White, tan and blue. Sizes 16 up to 38. On sale Saturday morning, per suit......$2.00 EXTRA SPECIAL Be Early and Take a Grab 30 only Shirt Waists. Mostly high collars, whitd and a few colors. Made from zepyrs, linen and repp. Assorted sizes. Values up to $3.00. Clearing at 50c WHITE REPP SKIRTS .... Neiveat cut, well made up. Splendid quality. ' Kaslly worth ?2.on. Sizes 24 to 29 waist i ojj ' i)and. Snturday Sale ))rico. only ......... i.��iU MISSES' WASH DRESSES^ AND NORFOLK SUITS ALMOST GIVING THEM AWAY. Mo.stly linen shades. Few colors. Sizes 14-lG-lS. Clearing out the lot. Saturday morning, ^ LimE BOYS' AND LITTLE GIRLS' SWEATER COATS Good wool garments but small. Sizes for boys and girls, 3 to 8 years. Colons: brown, green and navy. Saturday on sale at at, each ................................ ifoC WOMEN^S JAP SILK BLOUSES .. $L98 White only. Sizes S6 to 44. Newest style. Good quality Silk. Regular $3.00. Selling Saturday only at ...................... 1.98 4 ONLY, SERGE DRESSES AU navy blue. Beautiful quality of material, but not newest styles. Sizes 34-3G-38. O Cf^ Saturday morning only ................. DON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN IN UNDERSKIRTS TWO DOZEN ONLY TO SELL AT $1.29 Moreen and taftetine In black and a tow colors. Correct styles. Saturday only ............................... 1.29 Window Draperies at Less Than Half '- Regular Values - Come out early for these for they won't last long at the prices we are putting on them. 2 pieces only Madras and fine sifk finish Batiste. Ecru ground striped with white dots, also a floral design. Regular 60c quality. On sale Saturday, at yard...................................28c 6 pieces Fancy Scrims, lace insertion. Set in edge on white muslin. Floral colored scrims, all 36 inches wide. Regular 30c and 33c values. To be sacrificed Saturday, at yard............ ... '...........14c SILK VEILINGS 10c yd. "Colors grey, black, navy, brown, copen and white. Puro ullk. Saturday only, 1 A*� ' per yard ................................ lUC CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS White, black, maize, and flesh. Sizes 40-42 and 44 only. $5 values. Clearing out Saturday, at each.....2.95 Crochet Cotton, only......^.. 10c White, any size, per spool......10c Colors^ any size, per spool......12c 30x30 White Hemmed Table Cloths or Stand Covers, each......25c ' 18x45 inch Runners. Homnied or lace trimmed edges. Also drawn work and embroidered ends. 7Bc values. On sale 48c PLEASE NOTE NO PHONE ORDERS OR EXCHANGES WILL BE ACCEPTED ON ANY OF ABOVE BARGAINS. *Can You Beat it?* No Not in Canada The above bargains should bring out the biggest crowd yet seen in this city. All other lines of piece goods and ready to wear not specially advertised selling at 10 per cent off. You save on everjrlhihg you buy here. impson Co., Limited PAGE FIFTEEN -PHONE IS24- : ? >> *  o : : o ; > �: > : PERSONAL > c> * � * * � * � * o : > .Mr. and Mrs. P. Irwin, of naroji.s, uru. yialtora in the city. I,, * > Mr. G. F. I^lctclii I- ha- rdiirnrd from a short visit to (Iri'at. l^'alls, Montana. Mr. Ci. ('. I'atersoM. i) How fslarul. is u wcL'k-ond visitor v, i'.li .Mr. anil i Mrs. l;. A. Smith. Mia.s IJIimn nilliiij:U,'m. of ICiiK-land, is expected lii Hiiii; in Wesley church on ijunday ami .Monday, .Mayj I'Jlh and 20th. :\!rH. M. IC. Roy ami Wit-y K. Koy left yesterday aCternonii for Medieini'! Hal 1'or a short visit wiili filRnda | there. * '>  I-ieut, Oladslonu (irani. of tiie Royal Air Korco, brother of .Mr;;. Dun .Mc-Kcnxio ot this city, has in'on MPriiiusly wounded. Lieut. .Grant is ilio .son o� Mr. and Mru. 11. Grant, l-'.iliiiontoii. * � � Mr. and Mrs. li. K^el and family | left yesterday t;ft'ernoiiii im tho coast, j Jlr. Keel Intend.s reniaiiiiii;,' I'eT a] month iwhile Mrs. Ki:el and children will spend tho summer iliere. Lieut, J. Lewis Kuy. of the navy, has been invaliduil, IhiiiK! from i'^ng-land and Is nowjfu Hali(a.\. Lieut. Uuy was formerly aviKilnr in Lcthhridpe for some, time nnd nuiny friends in tlio city. He (s a bnitlier of Mr. W. U. Koy. Mr, and Mrt--.'A. liayard Smith, and son, have been res'iilinK in To- ronlo, liavo left to spend the .summer at Port Saskatchewan, utter which they expect to reside in lOdmonton. Mrs. Noale and Airs. Chiimpness who as well as .Mrs. Sitiitli formerly resided here, accoinpanied ihcin. Mr. .Tack Piilinan. formerly of the Royal Rank staff, who has been the guest of Mr. ami .Mrs. F. W. Downer, has left tor Waijner where he will manage the vtilc'tnizing plan.t Mr. i Putnam has bfen back from the front over a year, having been woiiiid-eii while there and has many friemls iu-ihe city. '    * * ^ f : ? * : : : SOCIAL EVENTS ? � : � * ^ � c. * o A delightful event look place last night when tho ninny frlend.s of ]\lr.'!. L. O. Green gathered together at her lioiiso as n surprise, tho occasion being Mrs. Green's birthday. About sixteen guests were present and n most enjoyable time was speiit in playing games. At tho conclusion Mr. Geo. Green presented Mrs. Green, on behalf ot the assoinblod guests, with a beautiful cut glass water set. �  a* o � ? : ? > o : o > :  ? ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ? : > > e our Inillfi.s will feel that it Is just as ncoesaary for us to keep up the � work wo are doing in tho Red Is for our boys to work- they are do- Cross rooms as It keep up the good iiig over there. .\s there is such urgent need ot workers anyone who can possibly givo iiny time to this work is asked to help nut in. the .seiving being doiiu in the Red Ci'oas rooms.  � o .;. .J > ^ c> : c> o ^ ^ It might be imagined that tlio men Willi art! holding up tho "enemy in I'rance. Salonika and -Mesopotamia and manniug the anti-aircraft guns in IN THE DAYS OF FOOD RATIONING. (W. K. Hnsolden. London Daily Mirror.) England are by those mean.s doing their whole bit toward winning the war. But the men in direct touch with the enemy know too much about tho ways ot the IIuu to trifle with the moans ot victory; they know that it is not on the battlefield alone that the ,wnr is going to bo won, hut ou the peaceful cornfields and vegetablp plots tho ground, of which many of onr soldiers in thoir spare hours are already cultivating. Last year one defence corps, fifty strong, grew enough potatoes and cabbages to carry them through tho winter. This season many more are tollowiug their example. Tho troops Jn France, Salonika and Mesopotamia are also doing their share of adding to the food supply. It should bo a great incontive to all civilian gardeners to know that tho work ot growing food la so Important that men on active service are engagetl in-It; and It is encouraging to those who can only do a little to know that even tlioir huroblo bit Is helping in tho big push which 1b ahead. � > : ? : ? ? ? � ? ? ? ? >: ? RED CROSS HINTS O i- � � 0 Those doing Red Cross work ploaso ,(mt pujt,\ ai\a,j;9JH0JV: lilrestlQaif Klvpji Pyjamas-All aeams flllo'd and raw tidffe turnttd in. CoHnj- o� j4,vjaina cmi RYLANDS& COMPANY The Busy Store A REMARKABLE -SEASON'S SALE Of High Grade Custom Made Garments At Prices That Represent a Small Advance on Factory Prices KIDDIES ROMPERS Made-, from good quality ,Tap-ancse crepe in blue or pink. Smocltpd front, easy to launder. Sizes ,2 to 4 years. Very Special, $1.00 SILK CAMISOLE Dainlyi; white ailk camisole ot Japanese silk. Tho straps and upper part of fine sheer lace in very neat design. Finished with o (J/* ribbon................... Li�D\3 LADIES'SILK VESTS Ladies' fine Italian silk vests in grxuX quality ot silk. Well matle and neatly finished with silk Q Cfk braid and ribbon......... sues...................... OcUU SILK CAMISOLE Silk Camisole in white or pink silk. Made from good quality ot silk. Lace top finished with band ot silk. Shoulder straps ot * mf� silk. Only .............i.. l�IO LADIES' WHITE SILK \ NIGHT DRESS ilade from good quality of Bilk and hand embroidered In a vtry pretty design. Slip-over style. Good roomy sizes. S 00 CREPE CAMISOLE Lace trimmed crepe de chene camisoles iu soft flesh sh�de. Fia-Ished with l�ce and fattened with good pearl buttons. .Very a attractive............... LADIES' Summer Hose In black,' white, pale blue, pinlf, grey, and taii. A huge as-.Bortmpnt of 'samplos bought at a big discount In lisle, tine cotton ami sillc. Valuoa up to ?1.00. For 69c STORE OPEN  Till 9.30 i ',,t. ;