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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FBIDAY, FEBRUARY iHE I ETHBRIDGE DAtLT HERALD PAGE PERSONAL Thomas Htnimond, rho has been spending a'Tew days in the city, re- turned to Plncher .Creek yesterday. Mrs. A. K. Humphries and r.on Deri left on Wednesday for Calgary where ihey will spend a few days with Ar- thur before returning to Victoria to re- side. 9 J. llendry was a visitor in Mr.e- leod on Wednesday. Sir. A. Yeats and Mr. G. Jacksou, of England, are spending 11 fevr days iu' the city. and jlrs. J. of Medi- cine Ua't, who'are on route, to tho toast, epent yesterday In the city and were entertained hy Mr. and Mrs. C. .Begin. Miss Uurrell has returned to Hn cher Creek aud hopes ooon to he- able to resume'her duties on tho L'nioi Ua'nk staff. Tlie sympathy.of a .wide circlo pi friends is eite'nded Dr. hoy in liis sad bereavement. Chaimt and Miss Dispn, p Macleod, were thc.wecK-Dnd guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Dixori of this .-city.- coiiw'-ajiilss, ware ot tJ cunning Beware ot tJV pan. -yrith his sharp. darig.' Hon. Sikokotokl Chapter, 1; O. U. E. (The balance, sheet of-the Slkoko- tokl Chapter will be publlihad tomor- row.) t ANNOUNCEMENT Feb. Si-fTho' executive of Minors' Federation declare! to- 'day that In view, ot Ihu refusal of Premier Lloyd Georfft to IntruJuco legislation to give effect to tho report j of tho commission which has been In. [vestlgatlng tho situation regard Tho engagement is announced ofjto recommending nallonalba- Miss I'aulino Arcner. only daughter (ionti0n of the mines, It-had been de-i ot Mr. Archer, v ask that a special trades un- ._ ..i- congress .bo convene! to enforce demandV, Premier Lloyd Georgo met the nriu- T3 yesterday In private- coLfeiencc. ho proceedings were not re- orted, but It Is. understood accept tfce proposition oi national- .allon. Montreal, to Col. .JUIcJiel do Houssy do .of''Calgary.. CHURCHES ArtC SOCIETIES "Miss Sliormon is reported to ill: be Mr Percy. Olmstead, nf 'Pinchcr Creek, -lias been appointed cliaiiileiir for tho' local A. P. IVcar. L, M. Johastono has returned the city from Now York. to Mr.- 11. V. Barnes, of Macleoit, has reiurnc'tl bomo after spending a few (lays friends in Lho clly. Ji C. Graham has returned to clly fro from New-York. the .Miss Eva'Smith has returned to her hohie in Pinchor Creek after a month's visit In this -city and various points in Montana. Members. oC the .Maple. Leaf Chap- ter, are holding a card social on'the'17th iust., for their members' and who are re- quested to keep the date open for the enjoyment' 'ot the. pleasures thus planned for tbcui. At the annual meeting of.ths Siko- kolokl Chapter, I.O.D.E., tile follow- ing report was read: ..The SikoKotok! Chapter of the 1.0. D.E. was organized loth, 5913, by Mrs. Spence, ,of Calgary, organizing secretary for Alberta. Forty-two members were enrolled at this meet- ing nnd. during ilio balance of the yeav lour names were withdrawn from the list owing to their hiving left the city, which leaves us w.ilh a member ship now of 38. During the yc-ir we have held seven regular and five special meetings with an average 'attendance of 14. In June we assisted the Sir Alc-i.ni tier Gait Chapter when they gave theii "MkUusmer Follies" at tho Kill Grounds. The proceeds' of this were evenly divided between tho (wo chap- ters. .In July wa assisted-.the .Athleh Club at their dance, and tho proceeds of this were divided equally. In October we gave a Hallowe'ei dance for the purpose of raising funds for the moving of1 the Shelter. In November we had it book show we ?e to th'o Frank Military Hospital. W -.i SOC AL EVENTS wish to thank the people of the cit for helping us .with this shower. The 1 kind and nearly half of th hooks ivere new ones.'.' assisted the Nary League b -i- isciline buttons for their funj In No j f vember, and in December wo supplie pon'l forget the bridge ailii ;musi- ca'ie. tomorrow afternoon in the Knights ot Pythias hall. Ii you haven't a table, come anyway; tho committee in charse nro Ir.oktng alter every detail that would make the af- ternoon one of success. The Sir Alex- ander Gait Chaiiter, I.O.D.U., arc look- iTig Jor your support. Phone Mrs Pe-imeftUher (1517) to reserve you a table. A very pleasant liino was spent at the home of Scott Sinclair on Wed- nesday, evening when a few of his chums-were entertained at a birthday imrly. ConteEls, music and. games were iiulhlge'd in, itfier wlilch dainty refreshments, were served. .'Those present included Annie Reid, Marguer- ite Neve, -Marguerite Irvina lleid, Martha Kessler, Gordon Weston, Landon Curtis, Har- vey lirlon, Stanley Siarks, ,Kpy Harrison. :A St.; Valentine social will be.giver next Thursday evening, Feb. 12th, at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. H. b, Nor man, 1359 5th Avc. A. South, under the direction c3 the Wesley W. M. S., AI Kitlendld time is all who at-' trjid aud everyone will .be welcomotl. Tho silvcf collection taken will be; devoted to missions. Owing to ttic tact that so many persona ivere unable lo gain' admission lo "Queen which was, played to', a capacity audioncc In the United church; last evening, a repeated fonnauce Yi'ifl foe staged (his eve- ning. 9 ffhe concert to bo given under :tho jijspices of tho 0. W. V. A. On' Sun- day evening in tho Majestic theatre is hqing eagerly looked by tii'e usual Inrgc crowd attending these affairs.' Mr. J. K. Thompsonr'wli.o'is in', rhargo'of the program, orfciillciil numbers nnd tho-concert of. Sunday evening is certain lo be uito of great popularity. Tomorrow afternoon's mtisicalo in tSi'e K. I1, hall promises to lie a ren treat, In that Mrs. C'olITnian, Mrs. Mls3 Ailecn Jones, Uiyion tho Kdith and Kathleen Utjll arc lakins part, -A Si, Vnlenlliio Dance will ho given t next week By the I. 0. p. K., In the K. of P. i 'Tls Ilia Chapter of Girls who ;iro giv- ing tills dance, I'rico.......................... O.UU MEN'S BLACK KID stylo with eoodycar welt. -I -t AA I'rico....................... 1I.UU MEN'S PURPLE style with goodyear welt. (Jft I'rJco 11 BOYS' TAN CALF famous M. B. Trapper) liiglish Mnko a 5.50 and e.oo BOYS' HEAVY (an and chrome bluchers. The -II. D. M gn Trapper. uizos. ppfiudsoris ;