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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1020 THE LETHBRIDGB ton RUN MIE Meighen while placing her heme first, was an active HeJ Cross >vorker in the Canadian Club in Ottawa during the war. I'rlor to her marriage to the 'Preniler she was a teacher in Portage la Prairie, where she flrat met 'Mr. Jlelghen, who was then teaching lu the PROMINENT PEOPLE A GOOD NAME Mon talk too much ot gold and fame And not enough about a name. Anil yet a good raine's better fur Than ill earth'a glistening Jewels are. Who holda his all price, And cliooiesovery. wUrlfice 'i'o keep his earthly Can face the world wJttitiit a (esr. 6 '.v PERSONAL t i'..l lir. Joe Maughah has gone to ger Oil business trip. u'esday evening' at f.'b'r'ock. Oue'of the happily anticipated events ot this month ja the big Mili- tary Ball being given'by Jack Chapter oh Armlftlce day, next Thursday, Jn the MasoUte'hall. Careful made to ensure Its being every Way. the tall be decorated for acojiifla with. de- n i a' kr Premier and Mrs. Metghen yfcro (he Honor-last Redding, mother. Iowa, to visit with her Mrs. J. P. itbso is leaving today for Mayor.ah4 Mrs. Hardie ehtertalned them-at-dinner. Thejjlbie.was hand: flouiely centred with: a'Huge. bowl ot yellow covers being laid for tea. TherVther guests Includ- ed General and Mrs.-J. 3. Stewart, Mr. and A: Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ball. Miss Viva Elton entertained a large number of guests very delightfully last evening' in honor of her guests, Miss Eldridge and Mr. Eldridge, of Curd ston. The rooms J. W. Held, Mayor of Bow Island, Is attending the Municipal Convention !a this week-. Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. Mitchell of How Island are In the city to reside for the whiter at 1230 5th Avenue, south. lit Mrs. C. P. i'etley will ho she Daily Fashion By Gertrude j Hygt GSbson, American minister to Poland, Is planning to return to that I country after a leave ot absence In kens will meet with the eieeullvo! the United States. Mr. Gibson was iL'hiSu of Mis. Hut-former of tho ton 41S 12th St '0., north, on Wed- legation in Belgium, where be ende.iv- icn, 01. v eaTe the life of Edith Cave! martyred British nurse. Ho Is a west- ern man. In musical circles In London, ivon- dcriul accounts are being related of tho marvellous voice possessed by a named- Mile. Yvogun. It Is said that In a year or fl'o she will be cvon. a greater singer than the late .Mine. Pattl. Will Thoriie, M.- P., the veteran leader, received num- erous congratulations on tho celebra- "of bis sixty-third birthday. A. native of Birmingham, he started his working career at the age of six, barber's shop, at seven was vrorhlng at a rope v.-alk, and eight In a brick-field. He was one of tho found- ers' of the National Union ot Gas Workers and Oeneral Laborers, and has been general secrelary of that or- known as the Nation- al Union, of General roinovedyivKlriher daughter''to cbrated for'the oc' her 8th Avenue south and is improving slightly. Premier.and .Mrs. rielghea left oh last. night's train Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. P, B. Hater, left yes- terday'for their horde in Nemlscam. 3.50. At .RUBBERS FIRST QUALITY ONLY Ladies Men's Boys' Youths' Misses' 'Children's 95c Big Values in Boys and School Shoes hahd wellea, high leg tttor; Hoys' eolld leather Blucaer cut boots. Sises B to 11 At ;