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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER fflE HERAUJ PAGE SE Grttily Pkamd With Hk AMnwMtau Stewart AhoPraeat S Kill never fight Subjects of this kind aro worthy of d'scussjoa, the precedent set' in lin? on Friday (s one which should commend itoelf to tho Ladies Aid in for that matter to any of the organiiatSonE t MRS. HUNT IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF WOMEN'S INSTITirTE. MILK RIVER (Krpni Oaf .Own Correspondent) H'LK HIVER; Dec. annual meeting ot the Women's Institute was home of 'Mrs. j. Jochea on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 8 There was a good attendance he following were elected fof the nsuiqg.'year, by acclamation: Presl- C. A. Hunt, re-elected: Tice reeldent Mrs Ernest Warren sec- Mrs. C., Lloyd Griffiths, re directors, Mrs. Jochem, fre H L Thomson Mrs Henry auditors. Mrs. S. I. Harris irank Ellert flouer committee J Jochem Mrs fe I Harris, their statt energetic workers It, expected that comlne 5 ear will hs on of great success A delicious lunch uas served by le hostess assisted b> Mrs Jachemm Mrs. Mary Jachemm and Miss Svelyn Barrows Their nest meet ng jwill be at the home of Mrs JfrS O N .Olles entertained on evenjng at R bouse parti Services wefo' held tho an congregation In the school on Sun ay Mr and Mrs P Lynch Tvere visitor" last Friday, the guests of Mrs 1 C Coates Mr; J. Koley'left on Monday for a uslness trip-16 Lethbridge. Mr and Mrs Jochemm iett on 'hureday to spend tho week en u in The Five Hunflfe3 parly and dance hich was given at Llnd school on Frfrtay evettlng'was a decided sue ess both socially and financially "'haijirst prize was won by Mrs Irrfesf "Barrows. .The consolation b> iIjss'Mary Jcchem. Dancing 'was ;ept up until a late hour Supper waa served by the hostesses. Mis Warren and Mrs Otto Gessle- matt, Assisted by Mrs Thompson Miss Moiarten and Mrs. John Reech The Women s'Institute are glilng a ball on ken Years Eve, IVday We. 31, In tllerts hall Every ore welcotne. Dance tlcSeta .11.60, child- on uiifler 12 36 cents All ladies ire requested to bring ccke Dancing from 8 30 till 2 00 Louis- Blckman made a business rip to Lethbridce on Monday Mr.; Eovcrnment seed been In town for the, past :Mr.'.and Mrs. E. 0. Bain es-and fam- visltorn In Lethbridge- for the New Zealand have in- the salaries of employees, the staid railroads ot New Zcalong have In- creased the freight and passenger rates from 19 to 10 per cent on'pre- war rates. This. It is claimed, wli; materially Increase tho cost ot livlnp in different parts ot 'the country; Since 1914 the uel esniioKb ot railways hare not fallen below Mfc per cent, and it has besn lh.8 policy, if the government: to matutaiii tiii "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. .South (Hall Block) Phone 662 Mr. and.Mre. Ben. EHert and child ren loit on Tuesday for an extended lii'Mlnnesota. vMrv'Jack Dehhey, of.Calgary, was business -visitor In town on Wed- nesday i of was a bnsines'i visitor In town on Tuesday Mr and Mrs I Miller returned on Fryai from a trip to Lethtridge Mr and Mrs Thos Tennant re turned-last week -from': Rochester. Minn Mr Horaco Burnham retqrned on Thursday from a business trip to Leth- bridge.' Mr. P a patient in Oalt Hospital, recovering from Mr and Mrs. Keller returned on Wednesday from a holiday spent at Winnipeg .visiting relatives. Mr S I. Harris mads a trip to Lothbridgo on Thuratlay. Mr and Mrs. Phillips left on Satur- day'fpr Warner, where tUcy will visit for some tlmfl beforn retarnlng to their home m Iowa, havlntc been the tstsi of the tatter's sister for the past month, Mrs.. Ernest >Wirren. JIJis McCarten spent ths week-end In town, the guest ot her sUter, Mrs, K. C. Jlnlnea. iIjsi'-'ETOlyn .'Jpchepi -Is expected Komb from Letbbridge io epand tlio week-end with her parents. pm" local mores are giving every Christmas appearance with; toys and Christinas Albert r'n Monday for P. iglnosa triji fo Lethbrldge, tioyyo Slier was a visitor In Lelh- lirldge on Tuesday, Messrs Jno. McKnlght and. John- son were Lethbridgo vlsltofs last WIRELESS TEI.HPHONE ON i 'MAIN DUCK ISLAND KINGSTON, wireless tele nhon6 h lo be installed on Main Duck Island whoso have Wen the grfivfiyarrl of vessel Such a tele-phono would have rellcvec I the anxiety recently felt concerning tlio fate of-lhe-crew of tho steamer John II founderet recenlly. ib'iighl fefngs on Mafn Duck lsliuiil''eiiil wrto wjth their relatives for ten ttfl Ganong's, Lowney's and Meiba's in faricy boxes. Boxes selling at to at .'i.... 5% Di.count Boxes at to celling 10% Off Boxes Yalued from to Off Home-made. Candy Special for from 30c up Canes and for the Kiddies from .1........ 5c up ALL VARIETIES OF FRUIT Wagner, Roman Beauties or Apples, per case i Jap Oranges, per. case CIGARS TOBACCOS If Corner Fi fth Street an d Fourth Avenue. S I'' SANTA IS HERE With Gifts for Everyone We are showing a fine assortment of practical, useful gifts, A variety to delight women, men, boys, and we're keeping down the prices. It will be-easy to make selection of any gift here. FOR BOYS AND