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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald'a PaBe of Live Local News .1 tlfoe Xetbbttoge Deralfc SHH'HMHEIl 2G, 11111) All The Local News Where You Expect It LliTHBRinGE, AL13EKTA. I'AKKSKYKN Ludies Spcuk of Whal tion Has Done and Hopes lo Accomplish bra'igbt into ciltlence eight jrarji ago at tbc requcat ot Iho Board of Trade, receiving Us baplljm al the handa of Mr. Jotin T. Jlall who iar.ucuraled ihe ________ [nlo bDlog of the asaoriallun I willi an a.'Idreiej. TLa opportunity for Something of llic distant future of I tiic first acllrltiej of the Club tha parliaiuciil-to-tic was mirroii-d aij carao with, the droulh of 19H. ani ILe The Thursday luncheon of Ihc Board I were huilly engaged iu j of Trade when fnlr sat aide by j their to tho fllluitlon by i the Bending of pafcolB to Lho families j ct farmers in need In tbe way of shoes j and second hand clotbltiB- There were of these parrel.; sent out. Tho cl-ib hurt altn luterenled ItEPir actively eiLslcncc of ihe elsicr orgauizntLon. No Excuse Mr firyirner remarked that was uu tscuie why the ei- Litcnre of tlip Civic Club, .n to tho IlooriJ of Trade, elmuld nol be; i known to all members TV ho had dili- I good? read ihe annual report, hi thai on !he of the .lame UJD Civic Club with Its ofllt-lals wus along with the oiTmals of lhe or Trade Hotel Accommodation Al thrt meeting lite following were appointed a ttwmiiUe'j to rcporl on Iho I'utUT of liotiM ucL-ooimcKlAlUm. Slacey. McKay and Baalim. ff N 0 F U RTH EH WORD aide with gallant men and HID ittinoj phero or ihc draivitig room In tlie absence of narcotic exhalations on the part of the chivalrous males. Strict decorum was otseryod and i-hocolates topk the place of lobacco I" eatobllFhlnx a for young dainty Loses passed around due, il was whiiiicrcd. lo tlie inspiration o[ the President of iho R. of T.. Mr. Jl. T. RryDiner, who for Ihc past weelt hat! leen carefully reading- up and noling the ceremonies v.-hiirb pliould tm observed on whal was n unique and, auspicious occasion In the temporarily set history of Ilio Board o! Trade. Business Condenitd With due regard to Iho ladies all the cut nnfl dried stuff of buBincsa routine was carefully condensed and disposed of in a few minutes and tho principal business of lhe day. lhat ot Riving hearing to what the ladies would have lo say, was what the men composed themselves (o at- tend, to. The ladles were present for real business in connection with the activities of lhe Worn ens Civic C'lub. TLiere were no frills ani feathers and no suspicion of the aroma of sweet ant] patchouli, ami, if Ihe men j pipcctcrt anything of small they were srpaily mistaken in llie liusinexs on hand for which they were specialty Invited. Tripe and Onions The roiilitic of ihe meeting at one time tlireatened io lie dislocated over tripe and onions, launched by Miss TJawdcn in a story of a Frenchman whu-h shcf wSLiily related, but Hie tact of the cnairmaii'-Bavtrt iho situation A nil what was about lo become an ac- rimonious debate between the men and Inn ladies was averted by the happy lart of Mr. brymner who sWllully sidetracked Uio lAiue by alluding to the dainty ice creams provided for Ihe occasion by the Crystal Dairy. With tho President of the Women's Civic Club on Iii5 right and Ihe See- In the ci'y and were collected for this purpose. During the war. us several of the members he-longed tu Organ! ration a for supplying comforts lo tho men at tbe front and olhrr work connected wilh vrar, LLe activities or the club in Its own sphere were .Milk Producers Association Gets (u pcseifaie 10 supph- wiioio milk Whm C. Is Doing association ihero'orc I to Ihc adiaiiiaee vl botli nu jfonsuiner "An j. speaker. yimeO :it a attained in any truly Tlie cut luccr Jiiil said thf i usually Bcyoml lelPffram pub- HeraM on Tlmrs iljy all'l The time of noon today. lrj Continue If All Winter in Lieu Of Saturday Night Opening AL a mass meeting of inc retail clerks, held in tho Labur Temple on Thursday niglil, a local orgauizniion w.i3 formed lo zfTlliatc with the Trades and Labor Council. A resolution vas for a con- tinuation of Ihc Wednesday half holi- day Uirouehout the year. In regard to (his a coniniltCec'wjll be appointed Gat Your Groceries J. and A. JOHNSTON'S PHONE 1314 Brookficlcf Butter, per lb.. Peai, Canned, per tin... Tomatoes, tin.. 20c Lard, 3s .................St.25 5s................. S2.05 IQs Criaco, 1s 45c 3s 51.25 Pineapple; Libby's 2s -isc Pineapple, Del Monte, 2yzs 50c Sago and Tapioca, per lb. Jelly Powders, each........10c 42S 13TH STREET N Prunes, 60-70S, per lb. 25c Gold Seal Milk, tin St. Charles Milk, tin 1k We have just gel a fint lot of apples in, food variety, al per box 12.50 or Ibt. for Z5c If you are not already uclpg our special B.O.P. Ceylon Tea aik for a Bimple. There la nothing finer at, per lb.......-...-..... D3C FREE DELIVERY. THESE ARE OUR REGULAR PRICES car. Kcrr cornea from near vetavy ot ihe organs-all on on lett. Ihc chairman, Mr. Brymner. oponed IJio ball liy callius on Mrs. J. F. Simp- KOIL. Hie president ol the Civic Club, to address llic meeting. There was no embarrassment on the part of any pf tho ladles who spohe. llic only un- nercspltblG-Yrag'-on part ol nervous husbands who slitUeil uneasily In their scats, ment- rily wondering how their spousca would deliver IhemEolvca. Hut mi- save way lo adiniraLioii i" UIB way the ladles acquit led them- selves. Mrs, Simpson Mia. Simpson briefly outlined the, of Ihe satherins of Ihe ladles In their intenllon Lo rouse Llic inteiv csU of Uic men in Ihe activities or the sister organiKalion and called ou Mrs. Ilnj-r lo report lo tha meeting the CtTic Club stood for and whal it hart done during Ihc cfght 'years 0? ils existence. The "cfuV's Activities Mrs. llayr. Scrrclary ot the Civic Chili, rclalrd luat Lho Civic Club was ins of lood that was not home cooked Edmonton, V.iu Home from NV.v aha hoiv murh Ihe change was npprec- nnmswich. and Farmer from Ken- Met. BlvinB a point to her remarks mcky. The colored man. Kennedy, in tlie o[ tlie who I gave llic show avray so far as llie solved the problem of tlie' liigh i'osl.lhrec men were concerned, or living V calinE luncheons at thu, 11. 10 iho vvooiis. nol having Doard of Trade and tripe and onions down, town, Fresh For Tomorrow HALIBUT, CRABS, SHRIMPS, HERRING The Vancouver Fish Market CoiKilo eioch Phone 341 Foo< Control LIccnM Applied For. 510 MOW CHINESE AND JAPANESE SILKS DRESSMAKING All Kinrfi of ladlei' wear gentlertien's lhir19 rnadc to order. 110 S., Lelhbrldge, In par the event- ing Fcntnnce. ihc magistrate The Men took Into consideration Llic fact lhat j r..ilv members of (he Board of crimes or lUe sort tor which llic youlK who .tl.eir to ic sik-king Jlhe atural baEhfulncss in the presence of s were Mr. J. W. McNicol and Ir. Arthur Baalim. The former iru- .eulalely won the hearts oC the ladies nJ Ilio admiration of Ilia courngc rom Ihc when he volunteered lo lare hiiusplf anil his car at Ihc tlispos- 1 of the Indies lo transport, parcels or them lo any part of Southern" Al- crla provided the roads were nass- ble. Mr, Daalim In praifec o[ Ihc clp Given by the Civic Cluh in cnler- aining Ihc American editors when hey were here and referred to the gnorance in general among the mem- lers of the Board ol Trade aa lo Ihc QUEEN BRAMD LADIES' SUITS AND WINTER COATS Leing sold at half manufactur- er's cost. FRED THAELL 315 Fifth Street S. COALDALE SNAP A Quarter Section with 140 Acres Under the Ditch 1 All plowed and partly irrigated, miles from Coaldalc. The following machinery gSes with the land: One 10-20 Case tractor, 3-boltom gang plow, both ctubblc and breaker bolloms, preas drill. McCormlck dltk, All machinery only used ont season. Can icll land Including Ihc machinery for an acre. HOCO cath handle lhe deal. (2.COO In (.ill of 1920, balance Is spread over efjhleen years at 6 per cent, internet. You will hnvc lo act quick to gel this l.ind, It is too much of a snap lo last long. THE SUGGITT AGENCY COALDALE, ALBERTA OFFICE PHONE H207 RES. PHONE R8IO Just a Little Better Than The Best CLUB CAFE Sena iho Real 35c Meal .in Cfly. Qiilck Service. Our Colfen 'aiiil tVoilcli Pftsl Is Uiffercnl. E.A.EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank Thai's what you'll get in FIT REFORM or SOCIETY- BRAND hancl-laijored garments. Now bri display in a wide range of new fall styles and patterns. the response we had to pur opening announce- ment, re: garments, a great many Leth- hridge men have proven for themselves the extra values in the type of clothes we handle as our sales (or the past week far exceeds any previous records on file and is proof lo Us lhat it is ho crime to sell dependable merchan- dise in Lethbridge at reasonable prices. If you were of lhe lucky ones to step into one of our new fall suits or overcoats, now is your chance as we have added today a large shipment pf Fit Reform suits for fall. See These Tomorrow Suit Prices Belter Suits to 00 light weight slip-on to 00 HEAVY ULSTER OVERCOATS In a wide range of new fallstylei. Prices to FURNISHINGS TliaL are ihc moderately priced. (he leading manufncLiircrs of ihc ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER IS OIVINQ A Tea in Harper's Hall On Saturday Afternoon, Sept, 27th FROM 3.00 TO 6.00 GOOD MUSICAL PPOORAM EVEAVBODV WELCOME COMBINATION UNDERWEAR Fall and Winter weights........... to Extra heavy weight ribbed Combinations, to HATS FROM THE LEADING MAKERS Meet the "Prince" wearing our new (all The Stetion "hit farorite hat" in all the new shapes and itylts. Bonalmo, Knox, Vanity and Other Reliable Make t. SHOE VALUES THAT ARE HARD TO BEAT The Slater, Refil and other down to up U McKelvie Kirkham Block "2" M's Largest Distrbiulors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta McGuire Lethbridge ;