Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 13

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. December 10, THE HERALB Page SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss -MeNabb-'is -Miss Addy this "evening1, tf V -Mrs. J. Duff greeted many.of her -friends yesterday afternoon, it being her first "at home" this season. S'rs. Wilson ottered the guests de- licious tea. and goodies from the dain- ty drawing room tea table. Arnold "Whitmore entertained a doz- en of his girl and boy friends with a" "Dolly house party last evening. Flinch was played early in the evening, then tiie guests-were .'told find the ten, 'live which had been hid- den about the room. The pmes for iincting the largest number were awarded Miss Stella Brown and How- ard -Gay, "i Mrs. H. M. Whiddington was at home to her friends lor 'the first time formally ih'.Lethb ridge yesterday af- ternoon. The hostess looked extreme- ly well in a soft cream albatros dress .trimmings of allover lace. Yellow and white "mums" lent "fcieir beauty to the living room and tea cable a crimson, and .white spicy, .tea iaible wearing-, a smart costume, of wine broadcloth and .becoming black toque, v Little Barrett, in. a cim- .ntog frock'of white opened the door lor the visitors; 'V-' ii -firsP assembly Dancing. winter evening was one of the-gayest events of the social season and scored .a decided success. the guests honored the occasion tiy donning, attractive new" and" these j ;comibiiied." w'itlr the sp'arkling" jew els "-and sage by manjv-added, lustre and beauty to the- Caledonian Jiali, myriad of crimson' shad- ed lights lent brilliance the "eeiliaJii's orclxe5tra an! enticing' programme of twenty num- bers and obligingly responded to the enthusiastic applause of.-the sterner sex "with encores and.' extras. By the time the supper hour arriv- delicious refreshments served by the gracious patronesses for the first hop, were Mesdames Anderson, K. C. Mc- and Reeve. -Anderson. I looked Twell in .empire gown of m'aise satin' graceful'' overdress of- ..exquisites-Venetian, lace. _. "wore "a "h'an'dsome" 'gown of black chiffon velvet with pip- ings of of cherry satin and heavy trimmings of jet and steel bugles em- broidered on'fne black net. Mrs. Reeve graced the event jby jion- ning a beautiful Princess 'gown; of rpalesi. blue brocaded satin with panels rich embroidery- out-of-town guests were Mrs. .MacCalliim, of Chicago, rwho .was charming in a soft 'white satin gown, .the bodice, 'being veiled" with 'exquisite point lace; Mrs. Flemming of Brandon wno wore a lovely dress of white chif- fon est with stenciled 'border of tinted, pink., poppies pver pal- pink satin; -Miss 'Farley' of "Sf. '.Thomas, -looking girlishly sweet in a white Mar- quisette frock with bebe blue satin accessories an'd corsage bouquet -oi .Richmond roses, and. Miss. who was -gowned a fascinat- 'ing black velvet 'robe which was -brightened with a. huge chry- .'Santhemum. Other pretty gowns 'Mrs. Hugh Donnan in bebe blue fiatln with fine, net sleeves and yoke embroidered- in blue and Mrs. T. F. O'Hagan, handsome gown pf mauve -satin with .overdress drescten de chine edged with heavy cream fringe and adorned with Sable. Mrs. Buchanan wore a dainty little gown of Sever blue minon. de soi ef- fectively embroidered in- the Esst In- dian shades, Mrs. pretty gown of light satin. 'Mrs. C. C. 'McGregor, beautiful white satin rcbe, and bouquet of red roses. Mrs. Downer in an imported" gown of blue flowered tulle over blue satin .'iT.... [s it any wonSer the dear little kiddies cot-and-steal dowiistairs Will mother give them a drink too? Yes, indeed some Fry's is the one Beverage that everyone .Ikes and that .ey.eryone benefits by drinking. oung and old. rweak and strong, people of robust health or--those "of delicate nerves s.nd weak (llgestioitr-all get great ;gopd from its .daily frequent iise. Assimilates so easily, 1 -V r 1 that it provides- strengthening influence where- most other and beverages fail. i v i. Co'iiicf r. 1 DS, JOSEPH FRY founded the Hotist of Fry at tol, The high.. quality of attracted.; the patronage off: dlscri'minatiiig] buyers mclrW'.scH', to-day employ" atarly people, tht largest cocoa of Fry's Cocoa to E! c-f the jlobc. The highest 3-uiHoritiM in England say is ro SAW ie Its to bs There of easily and always -.enjoys it -so t :slourd rserye it of tene a tin re'I- the up .and lortifies the "body.-.'-' ing "'GoocS For Everyone Anytime rememer "Nothing Will ;But Fry's." Trade iS'jp J? S. FRY ted. 123 Bantirttync East, .Winnipeg' if you are particular 4o .ask for Fry'3. An inviting var- ietv of especially tempting chocolates-of "kind-1- roany formj'iroin purest'cocoa, sugar; and ex-.. flavor- V ings. Bo try them. .-In good .stores e've'ry-' a. M with bandings of rich "embroidery in 'contrastng-tones. _ Mrs. toilette of wjiite satin with tunic of black net embroidered with, coin dots of sold and bordered with cluney lace edged ,with_ heavy .gold fringe. Mrs; J.-N. Ritchie, coming princess gown, of bebe blue satin. _ Mrs. K. J. Gopde; wearing cream embroidered-'netJ'over silk and a large poinsetta. Mrs. Tinning, in attractive robe of cream point de esprite with touches of scarlet. Tne guests included" Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Mr.' and Sirs. Reeve, and.Mrs; Mr.. and "ilrs; C.' C. McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, ,Mr. .ancl.Mrs. MaeKay, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and'Mrs. Johnson, Mesdamee., McCullough. MacCallum, Buchanan, Go.ode, Flemming, Clarke. Williamson and Mew- burn, Downer. Tripp, Conybeare, Mac- bachlan. Preeman, Tinning, .''Parley, fatte-son. -MacBeth: Messrs. "Fi'sh'er, LJuff, Laurie, T. .Robertson, Wedd, Robertson, Morse, Power, New- combe, Clarke, Chambers. -Hill, Low, McPherson. Dawson, McGullough, Mannsell Wd-- one or two others. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The B. Y. P. TJ-. will hold a mission- ary .session, ai their regular meeting on Monday evening. The subject -wiH be "The life of Carey." The Relief Society afternoon at-four, Cursing- 'Mission. riE meet Moc-. o'clock, in "the Wednesday evening n.ext St. Mary's -Men's Club will .whist party in Kedmg's hall. >Vard. A splen- did programme will- be rendered at the close of the evening. The guests are requested to attend early so that tne card playing may begin at -7.30. s The." Women's Foreign Missionary Society of Knox church held un- usually interesting meeting yesterday afternpon. "The Indians of the subject "under "discussion. .Mrs. J. D. Higimbotham gave a "bright snd full account of her travels Ji'gypt. which was appreciated by the twelve members present. V _ The central commtttee of the Leth- Drldge district of the Alberta Sunday iichool Association decided at its meeting last evening to -celebrate, its silver anniversary, which will mark with -candies and gifts. Re- "freshments will be'served during the afternoon and the mothers and up-friends of the 'kiddies" will be en- tertsined also. Donations of toys and warm wearing apparel, of' even' des- cription -suitable for children between the above ages will be gladly receiv- eji; L. M. -Jphnstoue aad Mrs. (j. W. Robinson 'antf Miss Robinson at the Nursing Mission. this season .of the year the ma- jority of us are so. engrossed in our. BRAZimSIN SECOND MUTINY, i Rio .Janeiro, Dec. Jiaval4 iattalion in the qarracks of Comora f Island, situated in the bay, a short distance last night.- The1''mutineers were, supported j by, the scout-isoip Rio Grande de DuL took part in the naval revolt last month., "For. a time, there .was! and tlie least 'we can do, if we i intense excitement ia the and.j. 'can't, spare the time to'assist, is to j l-he-government officials hurriedly met j send liberal donations to the mission. and 'decided upon a and ener- getic- method to suppress the out- break. arid the loyal warships" in the liarbbr Were! ordered to fire upon the rebt-ls. At j five o'clock this morning the guns j gratefully accepted by the ladies who Avere turned, upon. Conbra Island "and nave consented to accept uonsr.ions. furious cannonading cdntinued for sev-j it" you. wish to sendtoieat for the bas-j eral hours.. 11.o'clock this fore- and preparations that we less fortunate within our own plans forget tile cairtnias baskets to' a full j Christmas dinner and donations of i vi-ovisions for these baskets will be I sets phone Miss Robinson at the j noon the wh'ite fla.a; appeared over the Nursing Mission. All donations i barracks, and .the bombardment ccas- snouid be. sent by: the 21st. so thcjctl. "The then made a for- Itnow wliat will have ma 10 be purchased. Donations of mon- ey will also be'gladly accepted. at noon affiairs normal course... were assuming their twenty-fifth year of Sunday school GAtlCJAN LAIO OUT GUILTY JUROR wo-k --n Lethbnd e Nciv ]D6C" W'- Ye" _____ J. D. iiiginbotham was elected a5 bribe wWle I Winnipeg Dec. W-Last week _ as: erlntendent at the organizaton .meet-! actinias' a juror in the a soiogl ing-and has held the position since! murcfer case. sentenced, to home arter a festive evening, he was November 1. ISSo. Mr. Higinbotham not less than .five years and not mojre'I rollowed by two compatriots, Mchola i nag also been president of the dis-j T-ian years -1 trtct Sundav school associalion.for the also a juror o, the cele- who and Michael H. Syoron, i out. "Tbe aUared man e. first taste its delicious, irresistible flavor you will keep iv at hand always. This pnxticular cheese: is .out .of the ordinary run., and embraces... all the true, nutritious goodness of :the' richest Thousands of the most particular homes in the Dominion are enjoying McNaughtpn's Cream Cheese because they have and proven.its It is made in "a scrupulously clean and modern; afctory In the "Improved" McNaughton fresh, day. Put up in near, attractive white opal Jars and pure tin foil packets ready to serre on any table. Aak year grocer for it and be sure it's it. P bratcd Nan. past four years. It interesung know that Letfrbridge was." the! town in the province to have T __ _ _ _ __ to fake rliarge of the'bod- Ljiey will have to face a more serious! it's the miners who lost--their' The deceased is married and] in tie catastrophe "yesterday and to j .g sui.vived wife and two chil-i m the bospiUl since ne died undertaker, tott-ior f were arrested and held pending the: e- this "aiteaoon, having, I reiuu of injuries, but MANITOBA. i sary exercises will probably, place 'on Sunday, Feb. 12, and form of a public mass meeting j of the Sunday schools of the city. The j ial. [meeting--will be addressed 'by a'nunvj :__ j ber of the provincial officers. A share of tbe many 'joys of Yule- tide be 'extended by the Xurslng j Mission to Its patients, friends, and me children of patients in St. Angus- tin's hall on the afternoon of Saturday December 2-ith. at Tour o'clock. Be- tweeii and little folks between the ages of two aud, twelve years win enterixdned wltl) a. big Christmas tree. will be the arrangements tor their aren. He was a laborer, aged 36. "Ld -good digestion wait on appetite, and health on They will if you take SHAKS: Tnsy correct stomsch disorders, assist digcsi.ioii, and llfo worth living again fcr the victim of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. your drugget has not stocked them yet, sind us 50c. and we will mall them. 35 Drue Com yjou otie enjoy of tK ose e menu at Gafe, wliere kome baking and pure cream are used? serve Iney and meas l tempting at this lunct r care. es et your Imd i unaay amner out what vou hav there, and been missing Hill Block Dufferm Street BREWERY TEAM ON RAMpAGE A team atvachc-d t.o a wagon of tlu- Lethbridge Bi'fwinc; Co., start a! on 4th Avo. to run a-nd became ur.- n'lanageahU- au'l bfiiorc tiiey weir stopped dnvii lelqjhorte poles, sti'iiigiug the wiics about the streets. 'The. drivpr jump- ed I'roii'i 1lic escaped in- jiiry. Thy horses were stopped .'.at Gth siroct, and w-arc not injured; in any w-y. Dr. de Van's Female Pills A relishle French reguiator; never tails. Xhesa pills are exceedingly powerful in portion of tha tha Dr. Yaa's are at K-> a box! or three tor MailcJ to any address. Thw Drug Si. ;