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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920 THE HERALD MILADI UM vi" PERSONAL Arthur 0. Hardy of Brockville, BOB ol the late Hon. A. 8. Hardy, Prime Minister ot Ontario, Is In the city with the Mackenzie King party. M.P., of Windsor is home ot'.W. A.'Buchanan, M. P. Mr. Victor AVeUer left on Monday morning for; Calgary. Mrs..Podser'of.Ne'w Dayton is the guest of, her'daughter, Mrs. Craw- lord, for a feXdays. Mrs. A. '.Marshall and son EYanfe of Swift CilriinVSask., spent, the holiday in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Redmond. Mrs? EldJa Smith 'ot Los Angeles spirit a few days in the city last week the gilest ot Miss Vera Red- mond. t Mr. Warren Harris of Calgary spent the holiday with friends In the city Mies Calgary was in the city over the holiday, visiting with :her sister. Miss A. Thomson. .Misy-virgnlR Fenton1 and--Miss Velrna Jensen ot Raymond, were vis- itors In the city on.Tuesday. a t Mr. U. McKollar of Taber Is a vis- itor. I.H t 21 cents a pound, the price will drpp to 17 cents and perhaps 16 In the course'of the next .week, according to To- ronto buyers. WANT TO HAVE FLOWERS ON THEJR GRAVES ALWAYS a slated sum the Hamilton Cemetery Board contracts to keep graves green, In the summer time, but the members this evening discovered that'Ihero were at least two persons In Hamilton who, in addition to desiring to have their graves kept green, wished to have flowers on their graves always. They stated In their letters lo tho board [hat they wished to make provisions In their wlllfor tho board to unilcr- :ake the floral decorations. As the board has no conservatory, it decided to consider the matter further before committing Itself to such a contract-. LAOY 80RDEN HAS 4 VISITORS; THEY CARRY OFF <6000 WORTH JEWELRY ft OTTAWA, Oct. climbers who visited the homo 4 of Sir Robert Uorden during 4 ff the ilinner hour on Tuesday evening made ij complete