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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The .Christmas SKop Dainty Hand Embroidered Kerchiefs Direct from Ireland 10 ARK PArtTICULAKLy I'UOUD of our Christmas Ke llamlhorchlef linen and embroidery linens, Walso in stock. a has the .ilei by tllc sifts selected lator a hurry, without regard to quality or design. Sell-For-Less" Store WOO.DEOW WILSOJf ON BEITISH SOIL MILADI 'EDITED BY PHONES Office 1224 me TUB MOTH 101! Some fond lips called her lovely once, praised her mouth anil eyes and hair, And vowed there never such hands, Nor any maiden so fair. lilt now her eyes are old and dim, ler hair is white, her hands cruel- bent Vllli heavy lasks the years have brought ler cheeks speak tears ami laughter blent. Jnict alone, she sits apart, Vnd dreaming sees the setting sun ler' tired hands are'idly clasped, lo i sho grieves lor labor done K. Campbell. fostesses tomorrow Mrs. C. It. Howman. Mrs. A. when Mr lull and the Misses >ive with her. mil a graduate of Victoria univers- ity, Toronto. He is the author ol several legal has also pub- lished a hook of much power and mer- it on Land Currency. Mr. nice is the president ol the National Land Cur- rency league ol the United States and a leading prosperous lawyer of Den- ver, Colo., where lie has made his home for more than 30 years. STKWART-CL'AUKSONi The Wedding of Miss Ella May tlarkson to Mr. Alexander Stewart liplli of Sullield, Alia., was solem- nized at that place yesterday. The groom is a brother ot Mrs. R. C Mc- CHire and Miss Joan Stewart, Oi this city. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES' ot. receiving tomorrow Airs. K. W. Downer. Mrs. M. Williamson. Those interested are reminded of A. the illustrated lecture, which Hev. A. Uixon will I'ameron will' deliver tomorrow evening 011 "Canada and her Uesourc- The president, Mrs. C. V. p. Cony- j hrare, is calling a meeting of the Slower Guild at her home, River-' Mrs. M. Hatch and daughters, view, for tomorrow evening at eight idith and Phyllis, left yesterday on o'clock. All the members are urged Visit to Spokane. i to Mrs. .1. A. Young has as her guest r a few days Mrs. T. Croft, who sides at the ranch. Mrs. W. Pearson, of Iron irings, who the Gait hos- lul, is progressing very favorably, i 'he Misses are guests ih Mrs. A. Hall, arc expecting eir father, who has .rece'ntly return- ed from abroad, in a couple of weeks. It is probable, that Mr. Di.von and his daughters will' decide to make their future home here. i i Dr. and Mrs. C. F. P. fonytearc' have issued invitations to the marri- age-of her daughter, Maud Elaine, i Dr. Ferguson, superintendent ol Home Missions for the Presbyterian church, in Southern Alberta, will ail dress the meeting of the H. M. S. of Knox church at 8 o'clock this ev- ening. Miss Simm will render a solo. HI interested are urged to attend. The Sick-room Sunbeams wish to remind you that they are preparing stockings for children, who will not otherwise hove much Christmas cheer. They ypur assistance in thrrmat- ter of money or toys for the stock- ink's, and they also would he grateful to hear of any needy chiiijrcn. You. can call the president, Mrs C F P I Conybcare at 1201. The ladi SILKS Messaline Silk and Duchesse Satins for Evening Wear In beautiful coloring, such as maize, hory rule blue lu.i I.. Pi'ke per yard Beautiful Trimmings ALL PRICES SEE OUR WINDOWS We are ready in each Dept. with a beautiful assortment of suitable Xmas Gifts. Don't delay in making your purchases i's Bay Stores af-ernoon, Miss Bawden, Miss Simpson and The hcl, Miss 8 only partly shown. The great throng that greeted him when he landed- is DEPUTATION ASKS MR. BORDEN GO AHEAD'WITH THE WORK North Simcoe, introduced them. The Pnmc ininislcr alluded In his iipprc- emtion of the importance or develop-i ing I he routes am! promises the must careful consideration. WANTS OLD AGE, PENSIONS Ottawa, Dec. mmi tier for West Peterborough, gives no- tice- that he will again, move for tho ippoimment of a select committee of Ottawa, Dec. proposal that the House to make inquiry into tho the farmoiis Newmarket canal project: 'luestion of old age pensions with a should he revived, was made today liv'viow to tllc! es'nblishmout of such a Hon. .1. E. Davis, one of which sa, the prime minister and minister ol railways calling for eight-hour day on 1he Trent Valley canal system. Mr. works. Bavis declares the scheme DR. DEVEBER IS OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND INSPEC- TION OF FOODS Ofl-awa, Out., Dec. stand- ing committees of the Senate-met and lor session. The following senators were ap- pointed chairmen I _ Printing of Parliament, Senator .I.if- iray .Standing Orders, Senator..Tes- sier Hanking anil Cimimerce. Sena- tor William Gibson; f Some forty-five visitors called yes- terday between four anil six on 'the occasion of Airs. Harold B. Crow's first reception since moving to the city from Toronto. Yellow and white elirysantlicmums ,Vcre liberally evi- dence in the preity home. 'Mrs. Crow welcomed her gursts wearing her we.lding robe of cream marquisette with heavy lace bodice and underskirt and corsage bouquet of pink Killarney roses. The tea table was most attractive with the color scheme expressed in ILLUSTRATED LECTURE these days due to the splendid work '01 the ladies of St. Patrick's church The sides nf the room, arc divided oft into booths, prettily adorned and containing .all sorts of alluring wares. Tho candy booth is surmounted by a large .Japanese umbrella, and delectable sweets are in charge. Miss (Join. .The linen and apron booth is of the affair is Mrs. charge of Mrs. Begin, and is well MacDonald. The bazaar is op- worth a visit. eacl1 afternoon, and each even! Mrs. L. Dt, Vehcr, Mrs. Mason and-Mrs. Johnson are doing the hon- ors at the fancy work booth, which is adorned with Christmas wreathing Subject: Canada and Her Resources At KNOX CHURCH Thursday Evening Dec 5, by Rev. A.G.Cameron Admission 25c tables and had a bevy ol maidens as- u sistinic. provided. ning Interest to Women While waiting for i itrttt COME UP TO The Brown Betty Tea Room And have a and or in. FOR THE TEA Cor. 3rd and Fifth velvet and white and black hat with heneaih a Japanese umbrella', rs. .1. II. Hccb, who invited to the satin eown, veil and or.-nc in blue manjuisetic. Trade Helaiions ,.f Canada Sir Hoss; Puhiic r.culth'ami of Kiiods, Srnjtor DC Vcker; i ;vil Service Administration- Sen-i- 'tor Power; Public Buildings ll-rmiinJs, Senator 'III .1 III1 ed I'm- GENT'S. EVKXIXd! -SUITS Silk Lined lias now opon- s, Dinners. .I'arl ios, Dances, Mild M'dl individnnlity of wearer, f is iioJiiji'lior'tiTado oi' skill and workmanship Dross >Suii we are now r.myr [innerns 10 i. The cmragcmenl is announced of Mrs. Canadian scien- tist of Ottawa, Mr. Clnrles Merkley Henvcr, Volo. Mrs. name is v.-ell known in Can- ada, she havinu the author of the celchratnl Letters" Jillilressed in (he l.nrd Bishup oi Ot- tawa, and advocating marriage with a- deceased wife's sister, which hill Mrs. Stonr-vngiiiiis later lolibicd Inroiiirh (iiC Dominion senate son-v years ago." Mr. Hire is a Canadian VONC1NI SHIELS PHONE 1724 OLIVER BLOCK FIFTH STREET (CALGARY APPRECIATES i A GREAT Calvary, Ilcc. conncplion with! (ieii.cral Bocth memorial i scheme, of ivhicii, a notice' aiinenrod L I" the last CalBiipy has: bc-i-n aslc.-d to raise the sum'of -jrfloo I I, towards I ho'Wind. During the week there has Invri a very gratifying I response to the appeal on ilhe part loi Ihc of the -local, wjrps jimd there has been presenter thc'-sum 'of .Many who have siv'en are m humble-, circumstances, lint, they fd dollai-s-to sivcll'llio fund. j For cleaning (loo'rs :a. York in- 'vcnlor lias patented an electric i-hiiic which ai'.piies lvaipr to a Hour and scrubs it :1S it js iorwilril. ami picks ap the soiled water as it is: Jdruwn bark. Whooping' Cough SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS .BROMjmS CATARRH COtDS Vapo Crcsolcno Co. 62 CeHIiodl K.y. tniMillC A fishing pond for the children has been arranged, and an art gallery of master pieces of painting, sculpture and literature is presided over by Mrs. E. A. Cunningham. A mysterious booth, which will -it- tract visitors, is named Mufti and contains the smallest man in world, .who arrived in the city bv op- press. The bazaar was opened last, eveiiini; under mosl auspicious circumstanc-s l-y .Mayor Hatch, who was in- imdnced by the chnirmau, Mr hon. His worship, (.lie mayor, delivered! j short address-in which he congra-ij tulateil the Roman Catholics on IliciriP progress.vcness, and ended by wishing fe the ladies of Si. Palrick's church ev- ery success in their present under-' taking. licv. Kathcr Kosenlhal followe. with a short in v. staled, that tin, plans for" the" new church, arc nearly, ready and- work wil be begun in a lr.w months. 1 he next thing in order was sup- per. Two lojig lables, with white's and adorne.l with a wide ye'. low bnnd down the lioines, had floral appointments wine and crimson carnations white mums. The lahlcs fairly EI-OMI- hurdcn of good Slcjilicn Gwynn, in his Life ot pounds paid for 'Rokeby.1 offered "On this basis they treated and i Rookh t Inclined to stipulate ttat woniei1" said Longman, was from us a sum of's.OOO What ,1 wirld of recollection iheie'words bring up: Thcv re- oall to you the delicious pics and made-by the dtsr soul. She knew good flour. SHE USED en o Dings, and Ihe guests did ample jus- lice to the very splendid repast. 'sime? 'lllr'" Mrs. Mnhan, jirs. Saiinders and Mrs Moore.were in charge lea El I nnnnpt. u ouu DCdi FLUUK OLD FASHIONED 100% PURE-Jnul as nature im.dc ll-iho hind that gives delight lo every household. Try a 'sack today Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH ;