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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta f f THI LETHBRIOOt DAILY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1909. HILL-GROWN TEA Ten grown at an elevation of feet and where ami climate combine to give that delightful fragrance and delicious flavor, is used in by. suddenly declaring that "there wasn't no Santa Claus." The storm of disapproval that broke forth' was proof-positive that this myth so dear to childish hearts has .lost none of its old-time power, shook her curly One little girl head and laughed inson, ait Mr. Ileiiwood were the fortuuatJpme winners. Winnipeg Free Calgarf very prett; wcddirigL-en'mony was solemnized bv Rev. 1'aget yesterday afternoon -T every Its purity and strength make it much more economical to use than other teas with great satisfaction to herself at such an absurd idea. "You silly, silly she said, 'j'why, he conies to our hous nrp uniiQiinllv "TPC I wliv bother over such an pie are unusually good-natured lis verse, while'- lacking greatness. not too much as an quality in its deli- j worried over shopping. The stamps acy and power. We have; are only a cent apiece (in ot many poefts, and it is a nation's j and the tags are two cents. How! >ss when one dies. j strange the words look to us of the j Many people of note were at the, farther West Last year almost irvice in New York, when a touch- j 000 was netted for the Muskoka Free, j .g part ot' the ceremony was a read- j Hospital for Consumptives by the j .s: ..of Mr. Gilder's poem "Back to j sale of the Christmas stamp. It was improbable supposition ANNE. SOCIAL'AND PERSONAL ill Mrs. Mewburn was the hostess at a IK- Old which begins Back to the old place ve come home again, .ck at last from the big town, ter so many hard -and struggling years, i delightfully arranged dinner last Fri- upon j" day evening. Green and white tones a clever person that first hit this novel scheme. The bit of rhyme. 'that was written for the American Predominated .in the decorations. Th, guests were Mr. and Mrs. Naismith, i Mr. and Mrs. Nourse, and Mr. and i Mrs A New Pla is produced Every ii stamps cheerfully enjoins us to, A smaii boy electrified a group of childish listeners the other afternoon' Reeve. sernent Company presents Miss Leah Stoddart and f V Stewart, supported by w stern Grocery Store FORD Fire Alberta Imperil] Cream Silver Spacm Tiia Blue Ribbon Tea iresh Cheatauts All Kinds of Imported Cheese CELT'S BOOTS AND SHOES Prompt delivery in all parts of the city. j Mrs. Neale was the lucky prize- j winner at a small bridge given last Monday afternoon by Mrs. J. 0. Wil- son at the barracks. The guest of honor was Mrs. McCullough who is visiting the city. I1 Jts Mrs. Shaw entertained at dinner at "Shawsden" on Monday evening, when the guests were Dr. and Mrs. Mewburn, Mr. and Mrs. Naismith. Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie and Judge Win- ters. i Tuesday's social event was Mrs. E. H. Wilson's large tea which attract- ed a great many callers to that end of the city. The cosy grate fires looked unusually cheerful on such a bitterly cold day, bu. nobody seemed to mind the weather, if one might judge by the crowded rooms. The new- house looked very inviting, and the. dining-room was i i m o i 5 especially lovely j "The place for residents of North Lethbridge to buy their china-ware, glassware, etc., Wilson Furniture Co. ivister Rd. North Lethbridge with its decorations of pink and i white carnations, with silver vases of liiy-of-the-valley at the corners of the polished stable. Mrs. Wilson re- I ceived in a sapphire blue gown, and Mrs. Starnes was in black. Mrs. Dufi and Mrs. Naismith attended to the tea and coiTce, while the icc.s j were served by Mrs. J. 0. Wilson The three assistants who passed th dainties were Miss Anderson, Mis: Hardie and Miss Macbeth. I Our Assortment of N 'oils and Mechanical Toys Is Now Complete :LECT BEFORE THE LINES ARE BROKEN L. and J. McLEAY Wednesday night claimed Mrs. Reeve as hostess at a small dinner- party. The table was most artistic with chiffon and smilax draped cen- tre, and its color scheme of green and cold. Covers were laid for ten. the Clients boino; Mr. and Mrs. Rome. Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Donnan. Mrs. Neale and Mr. Harmon. Manv callers were glad to say a word of welcome to Mrs. Herbert J. on Thursday afternoon, when she received for the first time in her new home. With her was Miss Chris- tie, a fricsd from Ontario, .who is on her way home from Prince Rupert. Mrs. J. R. Anderson of Lethbridge. was the guest of honor at a delight- ful bridge on Monday night given bv Mrs. T. F. P. Jackson. Miss Hutch- I 1 I 5-7 Opening play, Monday Night, Man MISS LEAH STODDART Prices 25c, 50c and 75c Seats on sale all day at The Arcade Aitex 6.30 p.m. Lyceum Box Office Concert 8.10 Curtain 8.30 1 ;