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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tuesday, December JO, TTTT! D ALII BREAKFAST! DINNER.! SUPPER! --tlio eay answer, the tasty answer, the economical an- easy dish of select Atlantic 'fish. Wholesome, No bonus, every bite a glad one. And that hritcy ocean flavor It com- pels an enffor appetite. Simple with pack-' iiKC. Ask your dcnlcr for and "ACADI A" CODFISH MILADI EDITED RY "INO" PHONES, Office 1224 1115 Why talk or "cliill The best month of your! It brings us mirth ami Santa Clans, And (iod's own Chrlstman 'cheor. Why talk of 'December" Wliuii'thu great Yule log burns high? With the children clustering around thu flro, And the dear old friends -nearby. O! Here's to "old With Us laughter and Us fun; jAnd licrc'H tu all thu friends we love; (Jod bless tliein' every one! Rosso Collins. cnlli Avc., S., left Saturday at to spend ti couple of mouths' lioliiUiy in the Old Country, where he will meet many friends at 1'oole. Halter Path, both sunny in Dorsetshire. Mrs. Hairy Drifts, who bus been; ill at (lie Don't eat anything some food. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Protheon class will meet this attending Upper Canada To-; evemng--'with Miss Cook, 519 Sixth Ham Henderson. Don't cheat in your business {deal- forgot to he charitable. Don't forget to take a lot of exer- cise. Don't forget io obey the Inws of GouV Miss Conybcare.- anil Mr. C'onybeare, who are attending col- in Toronto, are expected home ,to spend tbe Christ- St., S., wlien all the members urged to be present. Mr. F. (X .Jennings gave 'an in'ter- j estiiig temperance talk at .Wesley Ep- Bruce worth League last evening. Miss evening. Discr rendered a pleasing vocal solo. Mr. Arthur Ueid delivered a mas vacation with tlieir parents, Dr. thoughtful and very practical address, ami Mrs. C. F. P. Conyheare, River- on "How to carry the Christmas' William, Siminonds, eldest son of -Mr: and Mrs. H, Siimnomls, 80e Sev- Why it's Mrs. Edwards round always ready to lend a hand with the cooking. That nourishing home-made Irish soup spirit to minster Guild, of Kiiox church last evening. Miss L-Mith .Jones contrihlited a much enjoyed vocal solo. .Through a- misunderstanding the 'Auditorium club were not able to secure Hie S.dK. hall for Dec.. 18th' the date for which they sent out in- vitations for a dance. The club hold the dance in the K. of P. hall on Friday, Dec. 20th, instead of in the hall and on the date previously announced. The Sick-room Sunbeams are in receipt of donated through the courtesy of an unknown friend, to- j wards the Christinas which are being prepared for chil- dren in the city. The Mrs. T. F. P. Conybeare, .-wishes to hear of any children, who should 're- ceive one oE these stockings, and will be grateful for such' information. The Ladies' Aid of fue First, Bap- tist church hold a short mce.tr ing in the church at tomorrow evening. The Wcstminsler Guild of Knox church are planning on a particular- ly enjoyable evening for next Mon-' (lay night., which will lie Scottish night. Mr. A. E. Gibson will read a paper on "The Land of "the Heath- and Mr. MacGougail will render i some Scotch songs. of hers is a in a real dish-of-all-work hundred ways. Christmas Day Anticipations The one day .in 365 that every one pays special attention to all the good things to eat and this season we have provided such a display of deli- that will Bring' a rush; of custom to our store from now on. Be in at the cacies start. Below we have catalogued some of the most needful articles. For the Christmas Gierries i uuumg ORANGE PEEL Per' Pound NUTS Per Ib CREAM CARAMELS ZA-, Per H> Per tb LEMON. PEEL Per. Ib r Box CREAM CARAMELS, Kf Per piekige '.I CITRON PEEL Per. Ib Per box Ib ALMONDS GINGIR Prlct. per oSf., Tin SEEDLESS RAISINS Per tb SEEDLESS RAISINS i IN Per Ib. -i CHOCOLATES .Per ft, onCt KA-Per It) Per. -Ib. SEEDED RAISINS Per tb large of In fincy boim; in Almond Paste 50c per CHOICE CURRANTS T Nuts ALMONDS Per Tb to NAVAL' per tJvVj Ttvtj JAP ORANGES Wft_ Per box Wethey's Mince .Meat WETHEY'S MINCE MEAT Perpack. Puddings SHARWOOD'S PLUM PUD-DINS Tb. per tb Bottled Fruits SHARWOOO'S.FHUIT SALADS Price per per dozvn. FANCY Per donn WETHEY'S MINCE '5 -pound' tin TfW-for MALAGA Prlc. per Pound PLUM PUDDING Two tbt. for WilC. CHRISTIE'S PLUM PUDDING, One tV WAGSTAFFS MINCE Per bottle o.-r., Pure Apple Cider..... 75c per Cakes SULTANA CAKES In 1 Ib.' tints' Each V FRUIT IN SYRUP ,ft Per bottle and Figs NEW SEASON'S DATES Price per 41 LiftC. PLUM PRESERVED GINGER .j-Per bot'.le THE BULK -i Per pound FIGS Per tb '1Vt-' Fire Fruit Pattes 35c per box Sharwood's Ground Sweet 35c per Stockings for the little ones FANCY XMAS STOCKINGS IN! Great Variety; Prlcea trom 5c CHRISTIES FRUIT, CAKES In 1ttj. tins QA Each great fun FIRE CRACKERS FILLED with all sorts of good things; Prices CHRISTIES FRUIT In 2 tb. tins Each Grocery Department HUDSON'S BAY STORES Phone 313 1 ___ _ Nuts Candies It's fine and tasty by itself. It's the secret of a sHvoury sauce. It's the making of a made dish. And, to bring out the goodness of your own S: up _and gravies and hashes and meat puddings there's nothing like adding lanmies. Ztledicinc supplied for one women. The Nurses Registry has had live calls fur nurses, been supplied. The members, who were present at devotional meeting Of St. Cypri-' an's A.V.P.A. last evening, enjoyed very much the unique program, which! hail been prepared. The members had! foilowinS Is from the each been asked to write a paper on London. England: er, the. civil service employee, the bookkeeper and so on. The den for stenographers still outstrips Of Interest to Women his or her favorite character in the. I IIon- Arthur Sifton, premier Old and the reading of of, jUberta, is al the present mc-menl these papers, interspersed the j staying in London, and has given to singing of well-known hymns, result-: an interviewer some' remarkably in- ed in a very instructive and interest- ing evening. iour of which have supply, and properly-trained girls can earn an average salary of to a month. The greatest demand in the i worucn labor market, however, js of i course, for domestic servants or mred Court helps, and those thus employed are always sure of good homes and liberal wages. Skilled cooks are in great de- mand and genernl helps aro needed literally by the thousand. Cooks Ret from to ?40 a month in Alberta. A general servant., whose duties in- clude ordinary household taslts, re- ceives from to ?25, while on ran- ches in outlying districts ihe pay is influence, advice and sympathy can I do more toward the retrieval of the tlie lerestins ilesails as to women's life in Alberta, the great Canadian province, which is as lar.ce as France, Germany ind Austria-Hungary, In course of this interview i 'There is no Mr. Sifton need for said: wo me The Relief society met at the Nurs- ing Mission yesterday 'afternoon. The president, Mrs. L. .lohnstone, re- signed. Tlie resignation was nni husbands or fathers are meals at tlie where they cepied, however, as the ladies decid-i Ing of emigrating to Canada and set- nro employed. Shop sirls in such etl to interview Mrs. .lohnstone tolling in Alherta to dread the life theyicltios Edmontou nnd earn to ask her to reconsider her resigna-'will have to lead In the west. Women I to ?12 week. Properly erring than the efforts of a man, however -well-meaning. The question of the regulation of places of amuse- ment and the quality 01 social diver- the protection of the immigrant sions, siic-li as public, uancing, the censorship of moving-picture shows, man and the girl who comes .from a rural neighborhood to work in the such issues ra these the woman police officer is peculiarly fit-! ted to deal. In the study of the wage, problem and its menacing correla- tion with ilk1 social evil, and in the consideration of every phase of the men in an appropriate field of effort in. the police, ot every one of our larger ;citiesv. till higher. Seamstresses earn fnim latter problem, which is the gravest n 81 to S2.50 a day and receive at Icnst j nf fo-nperation of earnest, intelligent women is more than de- sirable it is actually indispensable. There is no thought, of dispossess- ing the male police ofliccr, wbo as- Mrs. .1. K. at the meeting" Prime Beef and the finest of Irish what Mrs. Edwards .puts in it.; nothing but what's pure and delicious. As. there is strong added it will blend perfectly, with any other soup. Remember to boil it for half aii hour. So. packet, lion. The vice-president, Lefhhridge, presided yesterday. j The ladies decided not Co hold their I annual dance until sometime in Jan- i "Jiry. j The treasuror's report is gratifying I .showing as it does a balance of ?517 in the hunk. rcpon the Mission follows Number of patients attended k Calls-friendly............................ and investigation Edwards' Dssiceated Soups are wxdi in three Tomato, White. The Brown variety is a thick, nourishing soup firffiarrd from bitf and fresh notables. The other two are fttrely vegetable Lots of dainty new di-hes in our new Cook Book. Write for a copy post freo KSCOTT WIXNI PEG Representative for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. have clone their full share of women teachers in the ing work in this quarter, but the rough provinces earn anything from edges.have already largely been taken to 51200 a year, according to off. Indeed, existence in Alberta is I their (nullifications, nnd teaching is j very different to what it is in the old therefore one of the most popular roumry. cxcem that perhaps it is a j occupations for educated women, trifle-more on new too, nre mue.h in dc- steads. All the domestic work and siicli light, duties as are usually per- formed by women on the farm are i just the same as in the old country.' 'We will, however, first consider 'Jie business stenograph. 731 mand. Speaking generally of the con- ditions of working women'In Alberta, one may say that they need have no fear of poverty.' Uniirs spent at i Clothing has been received from' Mr.silames Haley, Anderson, Yuillandl O'Hagan. Autograph quill from Mis. L. quith. Clothing has been given to three A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Merid- ian, Conn., 40 years was ad- vised by her physician to try Or. Mai-tcll's Female Tills, she did so with wonderful results. Thous- ands of others would say the fin me. 20 years the iit your druggist. sumps the heavier physical burdens of marshal I ing street traffic, dispers- ing rii.sonicrly [gatherings, apprehend-1 ing the house-breaker and suppress- ing individual lawlessness of every type. The women police, presumably, would not he patrolmen. Hut there is abundant scope for the trained in- telligence and keener intuition of wo- An exchange writes Facts justi- i fy the. usefulness of women in the i police service. The first) full-fledged I policewoman was Mrs. Alice S. Wells j ot I .o.s Angoles, and tiir success in I special kinds of police work was so j great that in all the large cities of j the United States have fceen j appointed to the police force. Then- are many misdemeanors and some major crimes in which feminine' In our WOMAN'S EXCHANGE we have dainfy hand-made fireet- ing Cards, that nro "iUfferoilt" from an Arts nnrt Grafts Work- er. Artistic Sopiu photographs of the Mountains, from Banff. Are you Interested? The Brown Betty Tea Room Room 4, Macdonald Block Appropriate Xmas Gifts Have you ever considered what excellent gifts can be giv- en in Electrical Goods? 1C you are in doubt as to what to give come and see our selection, for we feel sure that we can help you in this matter, .We have a splendid stock of beautiful Table and Hanging Lamps, also Wall Fixtures, Pock- et Lamps and Torches, Electric Irons, Toasters, Percolaters and all kinds of useful articles too numerous to mention. These make splendid and ac- ceptable gifts. Come early while the selection ia good. A Boom io Every Housekeeper Kiirekn, electric vacuum' cleaner, a necessity In the mod- ern home. Will operate over hardwoori floors, tile floors, lino- leums as well as cnrpets and rugs. 11 works very rapidly and is operated with great ease. A splendid Christmas gift to any housekeeper or young married couple. Come In and let us de- monstrate them to you, The Leicester Electrical Co. S. 0. E. BUILDING 10th SI. South. Phone 1332 ;