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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRBIXIJAUY 27. 1920 THIC tliTHBHUXJjS DAILY HKHAU> PAGE PHONE Utt PERSONAL i ff c Mrs. C. J. Kcks'.prin returned from Seattle yesterday. Inspector Shoobothain was hi 'Mcdl- t-ine Hal on au insuecllou trip this week. v Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Smith, have re- turned home from CMgary after stt- lending :ho funeral of -Mr. Smith's sister. Mrs. H. death occurred on Monday following uu at- ticlt of pneumonia. Many frleudi ex- laud to Mr. and Mrs. Smllh Ihelr liearlfelt sympalhy in Ihelr sad .be- reavement. lier. K. J. HodBtns left yesterday for Taber. Hollaw Iximond Iu v.'hlch townsj Ho will speak'. t Mrs. D. 0. McKay, who'has been viflUng' her son Hugh of this city, has been called to Cranbrook owing to the serious Illness of Mr. and Mrs. J. Atchlaon family. Mi-1 John Cormlo has wturned from a business trip east. .Mr, and Mis. II. Decker nnd son re- lurudd lo the city yesterday after Founding the past few weeks in Spo- j .1 I Mr', and Mrs. Ray Jlilcs left today j for Edmonton. -Mrs. T. H. Hatch and two children lire sremluik a tow days visiting friends in Cardslon. Mrs. Allastair Draiider and lillle daugliler, returned yesterday from Vancouver. S Mr. ami ilrs.' Sam Porter lefl today lor Kdmonton. j Mr. George Kerr left yesterday on a business trip to Chicago. j Mrs. (Dr.) Hivers left yesterday for Calgary where she "will spend the week-end visiting, relatives and friends. The Herald regrets (hat iu making' reference lo the deatli of Mrs. Ralph Winchester, of Tnber, her maiden name was used. SOCIAL t Preparations have- beeu complelcd for Ihc .dance being given tomorrow' nigh't in the S. 0. K. hall by the C.P.It. Social and Athletic Club, and the signs Jill point to one of the moat delight- ful functions ever civcn. Admission is only possible through ihe presen- tation ot -Tnembershh.! cards. A splendid program has been plan- ned by Iho ladles' Choral Club for rendition al the W. V. A. Sunday evening coucei't In he given in the Majestic theatre on Sunday evening j next. The Canadian Girls in. Training of (ho United church Installed ttieir new J officers at the- Tuesday night incet- ins.' The ceremony, also that of inil- iaOon, .was and dignified. Th'n officers installed were as follows. Phlla King, president; Lilian