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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TKX VHK LfcTHHRmGE DAILY IIIUISIUY, NOYEMBKR 20, Citizens Hear Plan" Of The I.O.D.E., Memorial Scheme Mrs. George Smith, of St. lues, Ontario. DBtlonal patriotic eational secretary or ibe Imperitl Or- Dau-hters o( the Empire. Tues- day ifterncon aldrejied memteri ot the ihjee local chapters ot Iha order And in lha eveoiuK avidreseeu a UJHES incetiug of citizen? in ihe auds torium of tbe Y.M.C.A.. placing before her audiences details of ihe I.O.D.E. memorial sctenve. .Mrs. Coaylieare. who occupied ths ttair xi tho atternoon s-essJon, epoka of I be pleasure (he of -Mrs. Smith gave members of ibe local chsplers nvd extended htr greolicgs on ibeir behalf. Mrs. Smith then look the platform S.DQ Itumedlsie- ly extmd'ed those present, members of tbe locai chapters, tba hearty aod atncere o[ the cstlonal chapter. Sho referred In words to the undying loyalty the prlmirr chapters during their war actklUes ami eiprestui contl- dence ID Ibeir loyal support to the War Memorial scheme admlolitra- tton. The M'ar Mtmorlal Mhsae le Do? ar.d enlaila considerable REACH AGREEMENT ABOUT EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS DORPAT, Nov. of the Eslhonlan, Litvonian and BoUhe- vik rrprcitntailvcK Kas reached an aerjfmeni ccnesrnlng the ex- change cf M. Liti-lnofl, the Bolincvlk (jtte, will leave Dorptt for Copen- hagen tomorrow. reiponslbilltT. It Is an undertaking to perpetuate lao memory ot our elor- lous dead (the men and trocuaD vrho fell in Ibr- ertftt wan. Therft are fix clauses In the memorial namely: To gire a oiacatlcn or Us equlvRleiit lo children of soldiers and deceased, fhildren ot men who died Eubieqeent 10 the declara- tion of peace, and children ot ihe per- OF Joo many cloth and plush coats; too many serge suits; strikes among the garment workers in (he east held up orders that s hould have been delivered early in the season; the garments are just now coining lo hand; lo clear them out'and adjust the stocks for Christmas business we are cutting prices lo the very lowcsrfigu're for the next ten days. Biggest Values in City. Look Women's Serge Suits, ?5D.'W Nary and Black Serge Suits, silk lined. sUIcriug the grass said Mr. Lane. "You can hardly appreciate the difference in but I do not want you lo understand that the feed situation is good. It IR noL It Is very serious, but the mild weather has made it a lot better than It has >ecn. "The callle men are shipping cattle as fast as they can nnd the mild wca her Is helping this movement end will probably permit the gelling oul of a lot of alulf that otherwise mlghl held up for a considerable ic concluded. PRESIDENT CALLS NEW INDUSTRIAL CONF.ERCHCC WASHINGTON, Nov. dent Wilaoji today appointed a new. Industrial conference and It Into iessfon Dec. 1. The conference will be com- posed of 17 mtn, including govern- ment members, buifntu men arid former membtn of the cabinet and former governor! of rtatei jnd It will carry on the work u'n- derlaken by Iho rutloml whfch founcftred on rock o( collective bargifnlng. CENTRE PARTY LEADER DEAD TIKRIJX, Nov. OrocherJ cliafrman of the Centre parly, stricken with paralysis while .lalkinR with a friend licro yesterday. He died soon afttrw.ird. CONFER ON HARBOR NEEDS OF VANCOUVER OTTAWA, NOT. harbor commissioners nf Vaccouyp-r, It.U., are in Iho capltnl this morning for a con- ference Tvllli. Ilic mlnlater of marine, lion. C. C. regarding tar- hor 'dpvclopinanl nt lhal port, They. meTthc nilnlntcr Mils'mornlnK and an announcement as to Ihclr h tcd ilslcf In ttio'ilaj.' STORE QF VALUE QUALITY AND SERVICE U is, customary lo look upon, a store as a collection ol cold, inamiuate mer- chandise; as a place where certain things are exchanged .for'.-moneys where the strife for gain is uppermost, bul we don't think of the Daylight Store in thai way. We who know it so well, we prefer to think of it in terms of realize that we arc striving for the accomplishment 'of good, to know that we are being helpful; and to find a newer path whenever the newer seems belter. Come and spend a little time with us, there is always something interesting to see; some- thing to be learned because the ideas of many peoples far and near find expres- sion in the goods we offer. NEW YORK'S LATEST STYLES IN Silk Underskirts We have just opened these up today. They arc lirigljl new crisp styles [roiu [be big fashion old New York. THE STYLES ARE DIFFERENT from anytbirc >wc liarc yliOTTii yet and Hip (lualitvis .nil tlusi- be 'Jcsircil EVERY WANTED COLOR IS HERE and many shadet that arc from what we have ever you SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY" FROM THE DAY THIS BUSINESS WAS LAUNCHED, OUR WORD, PRINTED, UT- TERED OR IMPLIED HAS BEEN ITS BOND, AND HAS ALWAYS BEEN DULY CARRIED OUT- THE LITERAL TRUTH HAS ALWAYS BEEN INSISTED AND' OBSERVED. THE STORE WAS NOT BUILD- ED UPON ADVERTISING, BUT HAS USED IT FREELY AS THE CHAN- NEL THROUGH WHICH TO CONVEY NEWS TO THE PUBLIC NEWS THAT PEOPLE COULD REU.Y UPON AESO- LUTELY FOR CANDOR, TRUTHFULNESS AND NON-SENSATIONAL FACTS. NEW HANDBAGS FROM NEW YORK SEE OUR WINDOW COATS, MUFFS, NECKPIECES Increasing demand and (IccrcaEiug supply indicate that fiue lurs irfusl advaiice In price from prcseiil levels. FURS arc not necessarily DxIravaGanl atd lii our cold are almost ii necessity. CHOICE FURS aro more economical than" iiveri Uiough Ilic CiraL cost Is greater. Tlicv. vill gn-fe greater satisfac- tion at tho slarL and give far-longer service. :r OUR PRESENT SUPPLY is a carefully selected stack, mark- ed in keeping wUh.unr early purchases; At the.' lowest prices consislcnt with rjualitr. EXTRA SPECIAL..." Ladies' .Natural coloreA imiskral coat liDec] nilh figur- ed Poplin and large collars nnrl currs oi lludaoit Seal con- vertible bell. ?275.00 easily. OAA rtrt End Special 6UU.UU 'Fur Sot6 anJ Scpiratc Flccida in HUDSON SEAL, RINGTAIL .OPPOSSUM, SABLE, POINTED FOX, TAUPE OPPOSSUM, BEAVER, BLACK WOLF, ETC. This week we offer a special discount off all furs of. 10 per cent, EXTRA SPECIAL Ladies' Natural Muakrat Cuit in Tull length ,inj big buecp, large collar and Hncd with good Only a limited quantity. Tills week only 135.00 A COwE-HiTHER WARMTH AND EXCLUSIVE STYLES IN Women's Winter Goats Coats In advanced winter values far, better than those characteristic of sales. of rich, soft serviceable fur Irlmmcd, or adapted for weai wi'J.: EBpavale turs. ReguUr Price Regular Price for......... ftepikr Price for......... Regular Price Regular Price for......... Regular Price for Regular Price Regular Price ior........-. Regular Price (or........ Smart New Blouses a ic alio-A-iug an iinusuiHy IjflorealinK solocllon ot new blouscs In-Iho moat offertivo models of the uloiisc The. colorings and color coin- bl nations a re very- attractive and with lovely little touches of lace and embroidery produce cT- Tccls ithIch are exceptionally thnrmlna. x WEEK END SPECIALS FLANNELETTE Fine Slrlpad FlannclcLlo In tfidc width and good pallern. Lhat will give good ircar and 35 Inches 10 n g la 45o yard. Week Knil yard..