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THF-I URMCX K AVAI-ANOir., FRIDAY, FTRKUARY 1. 1022
j SURE-WeVe Got What You Want- And besides, what we have is the best in town! Fresh vegetables and fruits galore! Staple and fancy gro ceries that are fresh and priced low. Just phone 201 an dalways keep this place in mind. Palace Grocery Co. Cross street from Cadillac Garage. I I I .4 IN MILADY'S REALM my mhs en-rii tMf 4U A thought for iodhj'-m "The quality of mercy is not strained; It droppeth a the gentle rain from heaven, Upon the place beneath; it l twice blessed; It hlesseth him that gives end him that takes: ,It la an attribute to God himself; )And earthly nnwer doth there I show likest Givfa When merry season Justice." I Shakespeare. t I Baptist Ladle Aid The regular meeting of the Bap tilt Ladies' Aid held at the Baptist church parlor on Monday afternoon. The devotional service ws led by Mm Moore, following which the committee, in 4-harge of the year book reported. The com mittee ii composed of Mr. W. A. Rowen, Mm Wilson and Mr". S-ott. The meeting wa (hen left open fr the diwiiMi'in of the yar hook, at outlined by the ihairtnnn 'f that rfiti.mi'tee, with a re'i!t that the pin n accepted. All the member of 'he Aid will be Included in the program, a proposed, and in thu way the active work of the orgsni tn'ion will be well dx'rih'i'ed and Crenter thirg B' romt'li-lwd through the splendid f o-cper' ive plan. CORNS Lift Off with Fingers !oen't hurt a bit! !rop a little "Freenone" on an hr corn, in tuntly tht c.rn top hurt.ni', then, hortly ymi lift it ntfht oi'f with flnirer. Truly! Vour drvK'l !' "y bottle f "Freeione" for a few cent, f if fielent to remove every had c-irii, aft corn, or corn between the l, and the calluae, without eorenem r Irntution. Standard Battery Station We Recharge Your Battery 75c We Repair Your Battery Our Prices conform with the times. Starter and Generator Work. Lubbock Auto Co. PHONE 354 Freshly Ground Bulls Coffees Not a Chance to Beat It at Near k : the Price We're Veady to fill your order for every thing Rood to eat at the lowest prices possible for sound business. Bulk coffees freshly ground, full of fine fla vor and .ready to sell at a saving. THE H. E. MILLER GROCERY . 2 Pkonea a xr.r.s K-Mnc III 'leirternih -l A "dinh shower" wa an Import ant part of the afternoon nrogram and all member or friend inter cxted are asked to help romplete the dishware, which i ao often needed at the church basement d- fiartinent, for rhurrh aocial and lanuuet. The next meetinif will be held on Monday afternoon at 2:30 in the Haptiat church parlor. Friday Needle Club Last Friday evening Mr. J O. Jones entertained the club member and their husband at a delightful 42 party, at her pretty home on eleventh atreet. A diverion in the evening's pleasure wa found in the various content which were part of the prorram. The gurt were: Mr and Mr. J. M Penman, Mr. and Mr W F. ParVhill, Mr and Mr. R W. Walker, Mr and Mr. F. K. U....K.M U .nH Mr F. C. Mr- Spaden, Mr. and Mr. Frank Hnr rlay, Mr. and Mr-. W. II. Long, Mr anrl Mr. W. r. Rrvan. Mr. and Mr. Add ( lark. Mr. and Mr. J B. fry or, Mr. A', hie Mall. Mr, Ceo Ar nett, Mr. J K. Hartley, Mi Win nie rlH'e. Mr an.l Mr. N. F. Payne. After the game Mr. J-ne served delirifiii salad course. The next riih meeting will he held at the home of Mr. Archie -Jlall, the see ond Friday in Fehrffry. 1911 Needle Club The regular meeting of the I'.Ml Needle luh, which was to have been held at the home Mr. Ir (iverton Thursday afternoon 1 poatponed on account of the serious line of Mr. W. II. Meador mother. Trlekle 42 Perty On Tuedy evening, Mr. and Mr O. ft, Trinkle entertained at their home on Thirteenth atreet with a delightful 42 party. The uet of the evenmar were: Mr. and Mr. C. K. M-ad?en, Mr end Mr. H. W. Stanton, Mr and Mr Sam Cooper. Mr, and Mr. F.dgar Inman, Mr, and Mr W. W. Royalty, Mr. and Mr. 8 P. Smith, Mr. and Mr. Jo. Jen riirr. Mr. and Mr W. C Rylnn .Irr, Mr. end Mr, f. K. Haley, Mr. and Mr. ( ha. Middleton, an.l Mr nd Mr. II W. Sim. Or. and Mr R. R Hufrhinwn, Mr. and Mr J H. ( ardwell, Mr. Mamie Seal, Mrl K Carter and Mr. Ir. tJverton. After the rme a delb toua lunch f tjumpkm pie and whipped cream and coffee wa served by Mr. Trinkle. M. Myna Weter, of Rail, who ha been the g-. M of Mm Mer raret Whipp durinir the pt week, returned te her home Saturday, ac companied by Mi Margaret Wiiipp. Ut. Hour Club The member of The Idle Hour Club were the rued of Mr. F. C. McSpadden, Wednedy afternoon, nt her home on "10 Avenue K. The afternoon passed all to quick ly, doing needle work of various kind amid much laughter and mer rlment. The member prepnt were: Mr. Hubert I.. Allen, Mr. C. h. Wright, Mr. J. J. Adam. Mr. W. K. 1 ik inon, Jr, Mr. F.d. I. Allen, Mr. Hill Spike, Mr. F. Moore and the hostess. Mr. F. C. McSpadden. Mr. R. F. Bnyle and Mr. T. H. Car ter, were guest of the Club. At the conclusion of the after noon a hort business session waa held and two additional ladies, Mri. O. R. Collier and Mr. J. K. Kuvken Hull, were mnde member of the Club. Mr. Carter wa made hon orary member. Dainty refreshmnts were aerved consisting of cherry Jello with whip ped cream, angel food cake and chocolate with whipped cream. The member of the Jolly party dispersed, anxiously await mg the time when Mr. McSpadden will again entertain. Mr. H. C. Smith will be the Club hot,..., nt her home. IH !th atreet on Febr mry 15.-- Contributed. Mr II. O. M' W'horler i report ed quite ill at her home, ,"il7, llth t reet. Mr. H y Riddle and Mr. Howard Wilye of Atermont, hiive I n in the city on biiaine. Rotary Ladie' Night Thursday riifht will live lonir in the memory of at l"t a certain few of the I,iibbo k Rotanan and po libly a few of the Rotary-Anne will have oceaalon to rememlit-r it nlo! The Rotnry-Anne are more than proud of their Mter-of-reremonle, Mr. f,eore W. HrliflT. In putting the evenin?' proirrani in the hand of Mr. Rriifir and Mr. Row'o Wil- ce but did even more, they nave ' Km i It up a reputation that all Rotary Anne will find hard to compete with in the future. Mr RriirirV opening remark aounded a key-note of welcome and lfood feowhip. The manner of e iirion and aitu erity of her remark j brouifht forth a live retone from all preent. The apt humor injected into her word put every 11 .tanun in the hapie mood and a xhe con- i eluded we all felt that every thought or worry, whb h miirht have clouded the evening, hnd di'anpeiireil, utnl we awaited the I'r' tr.im with a on:r in our heart, and a feclinir that it wit "a irood world afier nil." The firt real feiilure of tho even-! inif wa the modiou iniri"lf of the "lattle Hymn of the Rotary Club" I "Rotary-A nne, nhe went out to irt me ClHrn," led hy (leonre Hrii'if. I at n trine; Terrible, and Jed Rix, ainfc- j Inu even wore. Other toU'hinn Hailed followed, includitiir "Old M - Inald' Farm,'1 "I.ill I.ir.a Jane,' ami other of ennui dignity. After theae number had romtiletelv de troyed any remaining i(jn of diif nity and reserve, the Rotary-Anne took rharif of the remainder of the program. Rotary-Anne Karper anir a Pro vincal Sonir by Del Atia, that gnvt full ranire to her wonderful voice, which hna been a enioyed by the Rotary Club, before. We weldiun atv preciate the rare talent and evquiaite art of many of our local artiat. un till we are completely carried away as waa the ra when Mr. Karper aanir neveral number. She waa ae rompanied hy Mr. Jd Rix, who af terwitrda played a piano nolo, "Cap pricrin llrilliante", (Men.lelohn, Notcure, bv Chopin, ,(l'olih Cim powr. ). Mr. Karper' aan: "Pro vencal Song," hy Kva Uel Aqua, M ivourneen, by I-anif. Then followed a clever aketch, written by Rotary-Anne Hritrira and Wilon. entitled. "Ourelve." Thirty Year From To-Dny," andj played by Rotary-Anne Weaver,, Karl Hunt, liullitiirer. Keen. 11 t impoMihle to R-ive the action of the piny in any other way, than to ifive the text ttelf a follow: Three old ladie aeatcd around the table, chntting brightly. Girl Knter, running in and throw inr book down. Gin' Mother "Did father bring my pencil home at noon?" Urand "No child, thi ia Rotary day and your father didn't come home to lunch." (Girl atari to leave). Grand "Wait and have some, tea." Child "Mercy no, I had good aubatantlal lunch at school--! might have known that Daddy hadn't been home to lunch -you all look so much like other Hubbard! I'll bet you and mother only had crackers and cheese for dinner Oh I no, not be cause of your dresses, hut because of the empty cupboards." (Girl looks In cuboard). Grand "Oh I no, there's none left f-r dinner and its a comfort to me. We will have a real hearty dinner tonight." Friend 1 "I fear these feasts of reason that the Rotary Cluh offer are rather quickly digested. That's what ail yiur Grandfather. It's theie l-n be that's kept A. V. Weaver so thin!" Friend 1-J-"! gueas Rotary Club today Is much as it wss when our ht'sbands were srtive member. Wed nesday wa the holiday rf the vek. on that day Ln-il!e Wrieht and Katy Weaver kept their husbands cars 'earing ovr th town and eouutry at ne-k Waking "a-e. They had wvh a del:ghtfn time, and their check fl"ted and their a-'-'e'i'e roso and so they always broke their TUBE SPECIALIST Vor Absolute Service Dependable and Quick get BLANDFORD At the Cadillac Garage to Vulcanize that Tube. diet on that day. Their poor deluded husbands could never undeintand why they nhowed no ill effect from such rigorous eelf-denfal which they ap parently practiced." Friend 2 "And Mr. Dow always had a purty on that dy something she ind. that her husband couldn't get into hi paper. How the Dow' did deceive each other! Why do you know that man actually carries Dice around in hi pocket for no one know how long until he wa finally apprehended at a public luncheon! Only no India mind reader could g'lc-. whHt a really dageronn. chunic-t-r he miirlit havo developed into. Von know Mrs. Walter I'osoy did a grcnt di-ul to improve her hntdumd golf. She imed to go out to the links ami eel in some good secret practice, on Wednesday so that Walter had to exert, himself to keep up with her Score." (MM "When I Marry, I'm going to marry a Rofnrlnn." Crnnd "Well, my dear, if yu do, don't neglect him, like Effie Wilson and Francis Kix chasing all over town getting up receliie for a cook book You'll do well to find one. In your Grandmas' day there were only two single Hotariaii (nice young men too), but some how the girl seemed willing to let them stay sin gle. Then you know dear, there can be only one representative from each profusion. Every profession I can think of except a fisherman!" Girl Interrupting Grand; "your rlub had a fisherman. Wasn't Neil Wni'ht a fihernian?" . (,rund "Whv no child, what ever gave you that idea?" (, , ."Well--1 heard Grand say that N'eil Wright ure did pull the fork under "(obi ladie laugh). (,.rl "Auntie didn't Rotary cauae on" man to lose hi mind?" Friend 2 "Why no, i hild, not Re taiy. No one know what hnt'ened to poor Dulrytpple. He waa suddenly coifed with a mania for hunting bird--anil would roam for hour oi i lie plums in sear, h of a lost Ca nary. In hi milder momenta he would talk of the institution he wa building for homeless canary bird -but Ins name Mill Hv - thunl-s to he thougbtfulnesa of Daddy Dickin son. Ys, Dalrymple bird seed tin helped milks) I.ubboi k famous!" Girl "Grand, there is a Carnival in town t nite, may 1 go?" Grand "No, no, child, such bois t.erousnes, such nolne, confetti, tnun'bing of all manner of mey stuff in public I can not conceive of a Granddaughter of mine, thinking of such a thing!" Girl "But Grand, didn't you go th a carnival once at the fair ground. Didn't they have confetti or rubber balls, or anything like that?" Friend "Ye, to be sure, yes, yes." Friend 1 "Yes, do you remember, rubber balla an confetti and hot tomalie. Mr. Karper had never seen a hot tamallie and she looked so distressed when they gave her ome, ha wanted to know if there wasn't some artistic way to partake of them or must he get her face down into that mesa to do it right?" Grand To girl. "It waa a private carnival very select I assure you. Invitations were sent out to that lit tle town of I'lainview. Why, our llaptiat minister waa there helping to ee to some very particular thing! Yea, it was a model carnival to be nure" Friends "O yes, Quite" Girl "Well llien Grand, may I go to the swimming pool?" Grand "No child, that place is no fit place for a lady such swimming suits such loud fun " Girl "Hut Grand, didn't you go to a party there once,' to the tum ble N?" Friend "We did, we did I" Grand "But that was an extreme ly proper affair, not ntactly sedate, but quite dignified. The swimmers were exceptional in fact some of them couldn't swim at alt like Dill Meador and Dr. Wagner. Out it was a glorious party " Friends "A real one." Girl "Grand, surely I ran ffo to the home talent show?" . - Grand "No, not tonite, child It's too rainy ." Child "Hut didn't you very ladies pull off a little Hunt like that once?" Friends "We did, we did I" Friend W-2 "Yes, but that was o mild, so very mild, and so true, so true, Indeed, half that might have been told was never even hinted at. Yes. it waa some stunt, some stunt!" Friend Q-l "Those were real en joyable timet, and the countless other times when our husbands gave "S a real treat during the evenings. There is no denying it, we were migh'y "rood of their work, and the thing they accomplished, the ideals they strove to maintain. We were glad to be the wive of h men and flt honored that they should rare to In clude ua In their fun. F.eryne of them was a type of man to be pro"d of." Girl "Such really n-ble men? Why the songs Grandfather anr one especially, about a little prairie AND STILL THEY COME- Of course we enn take care of more customers and nhnre with them our low prices and gjood ser vice on groceries but our business ie "humminu;" bemuse we keep the customers once they strt trad ing here. W. A. TERRELL GROCERY Still by the Avalanche flw,.r how could they, such renlly dignified liieri?" Grand "0, yes, let's sing one Child "The one about the little prairie flower. Do sing It." (Indies stand and sing: "I m a little prairie flower." Girl "Yes, it's the very same, and the other song too, about clams and anns what word belonged where Grand Jut hit hi fists to gether?" , Grand "Why we never even tried to gue,, we just hit our hand like the rest of them did." f.irl "And Grand say there wn a man they had to try, and he had such a Kior stick of a lawer, that he had an awful judgment passed on him!" Friend 2 "Yes, Mr. Hayles. And poor man lived in such terror that he would be caught in the second of fence that he haunted the ladies Keady-to-Wear departments for years, but he never could make up bis mind that he saw a sure enough bargain." Girl "And Grand says there wa a man who wa 'ery tender hearted in particular towards the near eat and who wa he?" Friend 1 Neil Wright "Ye, he certainly wanted to help the starving babies or at least listen to the lady who presented their pleas, aa befitted agentlemsn. lie pleaded thrir cause so earnestly that the rules of the club were for once broken, and thereaf ter Neil Wright's reputation for fine speeches and a great tender heart was known every where he wanted to do the right thing and see thst others did it too." Friend "0, there wss no doubt." Child "Auntie, what happened to that auto salesman who married the widow with two children?" Fritnd 2 "Kric i'osry, to be sure. Why child, I reckon nothing happen ed to him except that he added a second-hand Lizzie and two little run about to hi buines." (isugh). Child "Grand talks about a man" Grand "Your Grandfather talks too much-" Child "Well, any way, this man loved to rriiake spfeches well Just ail the time, so that once they bad to ring bell and blow whistle to get shut of him." Friend 2 "George Briggs. Rut it wss the town fault. There was a time when women used to phone him about everything conceivable under the sun, from how to feed babies, to where to hang their laundry." Friend 1 "Keen took his place as secretary of the Chamber of Com merce. He was some Hoy I" Grsnd "He never failed, he never failed I" Girl"Didn't he ever fail?- Friend 1 "Not until he tried to put something by Rotary. He thought he could sneak away and get mar ried in seclusion. Well, he failed honey just failed that's all ." ' Girl "O, wouldn't anybody have him after all?" ; Friend 1 "O yes, ha waa married alright, but not so quietly, but that some folks noticed It" Friend 2 O Rotary is fine. So loyal, and so informal, it was "utter Butterflake and Tom and Lu-Lu."" Girl "Who w.s 11 I.u?" Jariend 2 "Why L. T. Martin." Girl "Well I declare, who ever heard of such a name? W'Wy I thought it stord for Ijkurence or I .on or something dignified. If I were a man I shooid rever be railed Lu I.u, too womanish'" Friend 2 "1 hints rf a woman." Friend 1 "Why my husband nev er men' Ion It." Grand "Nor mine. Do tell ns aboot it " Fri-nd ",. f .,nt" T TVw-" fVtend and erand). Friend That i s-mc'Hnj tha never ha been explained." Girl "Grandfather knows some thing about it in New Orleans when he nhould have been at Rotary lun.h." Grand "There, there child, you must be mistaken, or your Grandfa ther i in hi dotage. We all knew Lu-Lu a an excellent Rotarlnn." Girl "Grandfather said some quite awful things, at lesst in this day we would consider them awful. He said that Roseoe Wilson and Wal ter Myrlc and Jed Rix and Peter man ", (old ladies clasp their hand over their ears, Hush, Hush.) Friend 1 "Nothing ran shake our fiiith in Rotary." Friend 2 "Absolutely nothing." Grand, (to child) "Child your prnndfiithcr seem to have left you v ith a vi ry ridl 'ulou idea of what the Rotary Cluh of hi day meant to u, nnd what wonderful thing it did for the iity of Lubbock. Won't you tell her romething about it?" (turns to friend.) Friend 1 "That bunch of men put Lubbock on the map. That is why we, here today are living in the most important ity in the United State. When I wa a child, the whole world talked of fth Ave. and now it Rroad way. Jame L. Dow jut kept singing, 'come to L"bbock,' until A. B. Con ley' exclusive shop had to move out to the block where Dr. Wagner ued to live, and Rix' fine furniture store now cover the corner where your grandmother and 1 used to go to parties at Dr. Hutchinson's. Now, every time I go to Amarillo, I sy: 'Rut for Geo. Rrigg. but for that bunch of Rotarians, of whom Dr. Iial-lini-er is a member, Lubbock would not be the metropolis of the south.' We owe our settlement from the plan ef Mars, to Curtis Keen's advertising. 1'eople lined to talk a lot about com municating with Mars, but it took Keen to nut if over. And j .j sit look at the oldest Hilburn boy and Acy May, Junior, both in the President's cabinet. Why? Both broi ght up in the public schools and under the In fluence of the high ideal fostered by Rotary. And Rotary has developed something rise really wonderful. Grandmother' with pep, young look ing, fresh looking grandmo'her's, girlish crspilmother's. Jitut see for yourself. Do you suppose Mr. Con ley, Mr. Myrick, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Meador, would be the ersnd mothers' they are today if Rotary hadn't started them out right?" Friend 2 "Well we must be go ing now." Grand "Before you go, lets drink tnaat to our husbands." Grand "Here's to the health of Rotary." Friend 0 "In their rood j tdir ment may they never eat longer than an hour." Grand "Here's to the fun of Ro. tary." 'Friend 2 "The kind that ran al ways be told at home." Grand "Here's to the thougbtfuU nes of Rotary." (In never forgetting h t Friend 2 "And on behalf of ev. ery wif- present, here's to RMary, our husband, the finest men in fe world. Msy the rlub continue Jn ! Present s"her of usefulness 1 harmony, In the year to come e"l msy the lives of them member- be filled with hanrdne and rrosiw -i'y." To Cere a Cold la) Owe Pejr Take LAXATIVE hKiriatu tniK!E (TsMms) II ftutj 11, r ' eulh It-to h Sn4 start T tH LwtL t. ' i.p ii. alunu stti l w fVirtsrhnuts made daily at Martin a Bakery. 11 f II. Re-tor. of r.o,wll. N. M.. ar rived in Lubbock yesterday on bni. re.