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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI t f RSONAL i Mrl and Jlrs. E. P. Iliglnboihara of Kdmontcn, formerly of iHls city, ate visiting' at their old home 6u Third Avenue, the guesls'of'Mr' Arlhnr Hij- Inbothain. Edmonton this morning after spend- ing several days at his haino here. Ho was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Van Dlarcom and Miss R. Elizabeth Armstrong who has .been on an extended visit to Los Aa- 'gelcs, California, has returned home today. Miss lloxie Armstrong will remain in California for an indefinite period. C ft iJaNieii Ness with, heir daughter Helen and son James, will leave early j In October for "a short visit to Scot- land. spending a'tew days renewing old t Mr. Wynyard Evans relumed to tho Military college at Kingston, On'l., after sheading an enjoyable vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Brans..... Mrs. J. W. Bonlton with her son and the Misses Berlha aud Emily Boulton accompanied by Miss Paulina Steak- Dr., Marcus Dunsrforth returtej toyey returned from Wajerton Lakes.. _. Mr. Ralph Korster of Kdmonton, is spending tWday irlth old Friends In the city, en route -to England .where ha will'enOr the University: of Lon- don for a courso of Hat News. Brig.-Ceneral M. L. Hornby, C. H. D.S.O., of Bury, Lancashire, Eng, arrived in Medicine Hat from the east at noon yesterday. He Is a sharehold- er in tho Canada Land Irrigation Co. and will take a trip over the com- jiany's .T. p.-Simpson and Kelto'nXro-l Mr. nnd..Mrs.lE. H. Julien returned turned from a Iwo weeks holiday at] !ast n'ght from to Spokane, go- Kelson-- this -morning: Ing from there to and-Bow Island _to visit Mrs. julien's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. McArthur'have .removed to the Bafikervllle residence on south. t T i There was tho usual good attend- ance at thu Wednesday pavilfori 'dance 'given by, the Cannoneers Jnzz.bandun- the 'management of the Major jnck Ross Chapter, I. 0. D. E. It Iras a. success [rom every .standpoint. v .Mr, H.-; Osllimd. barrister, has rc- ttumed to the _a'fter a.- vacation spent at. the coast, in which, lie visit- ed Seattle, Portland, Vancouver Tlctoria. and They were away about leu days Nei son The Rt. Hob. thi Earl of Minlo, whb came out from England, on the last trip of the Empress of France) Is oh his way to his ranch In Alberta. a Word was received of the death in East Wlnstead, England, ot Lady'jen- nye Lucinda Jlusgrave, daughter of tho Isle. David Dudley Field of Stock- bridge, Mass. She was In her eighty- eighth year. La'dy Musgrave was tho widow of Sir Arthur Musgrave, one- time Gofenior General of British Col- umbia. .Dr. Horning, Vrho Is back In the city, 'afler spending; a .holiday at-Late Is-leaying on buslness.for'Kd- monlon. on Saturday, and will be away all next week. Miss Tnzola- Hardle has returned from, a.vlslt to'the coast.' En-route she visited friends in Penllcton. Sir. F. E. Reagti Is back fro'm a vaca- tion to the coast. and Mrs. M. P. Johnstdne and daughter Anna are city from Calgary to spend a few days, tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Levitt. i''- J- Craig, who "has. been spending someilmo Jn Calgary, has Mr. J. Ck R Morrison of the Rank of Montreal returned loilay from Cal- gary aud SanfE. yhero b.2 spent the past .few Miss Beth Fairfield. left alt end tho St. -Margarel's college at Victoria. Col. and Mr6'. Sllbberrt of Winnipeg who arc at present, registered at the Lot lib Inky up residence at the former Matthew's .home, on 7th efreet on the fifteenth of this month. Mrs. P. Wright formerly of this ci'7 but. now of Lfiwiston, Is DailyFashion By Gertrude Bercgford CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES .........57.95 No, 516x, Patent Kid Shimmy Xo. G6I. Hlack Kid Well Sole. Ox.'or'ls, mllllary licol. At Xii. 1-I5S, Drown Calf Hoots. Cuban heel ...___.. No. S215. lilack and tlrown Cnlf atnl Klrl Hoots, meil- Inm and heels. Priced and Specials for Men pairs Men's Sr.lltii l.eab'.or Work Boots with eewn to- day Sale ne Men's Dress Shoes lirown anil Jtlack 1'oots, with goodylu-ar.- wolt soles. Price (f 7 QC Buy the "trapper" Boot for Boys The Rolen arc colid Ifijith-' er and dependable for hard wear. Sizes 8 to tfin. jjj I'rice Hutlion Bay No. 1 Tea, per ib........................ 7oc Bay No. 2 Tea, Per 85c Blue Rlbb6n Tea, per Chase Sarjborn Coffee, Ib......7Gc Chose Ganborn 2 ibe. -Eggo Baking Ibs. for Eggo Baking 85o .Eggo BaKirig'Powder, 1 Ib. far.-. hjaalo Baking Powder, 5 Ibs. for taaglc Baking ZYz 0c Magic Baking.Powder, 12 per 7 .Iba'.'i fir' ;