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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MADE IN CANADA. CONTAINS NO ALUM Mrs. Cragg for the i�8t, waak, teft today for r. ''aw Oayi' vl�lt tylth Rev'. W. Q. and Bin. Mltford of CoaldMa. The fiiBt. Btinual biilUlie'id in tbe K, of P. hull Inatovcnlni; under the au.v ])\cba or tbe Loyal Ordar of MooHe,' wa� -x brilliant aucceas. The hall pre-aented a very featlve appearance wlfh Its Mrlanda of hiintlne, nuRs, nioo�e haada and the lodRe inltlala. Ferns added an effective touch In the scheme of decoration. Bewltublnp pjusic, dtecouraed by Qnak^irs aLv-piece oruhostro, co.mhin-ed with a splendid flocr made dancing partlcnlnrly dellgbldil. A dainty menu wna served at the midnight hour. ^ Thn rqceptlon committee oomposa-do of MoBsr?. WrlgRlesworih, NIchol- upper, of deltolous goodiea wilt he �ryQd. 1 Tb� ladle* of tho Alur aoclety of ^i'.. Patrlok'a Oburch, met last evening at the Rev. Father's reHldenoo for the Ipurpoae of electing new officers for tbe enaulHK year. Th� following la-dt*a were eleeted: Mra. C. UeRlii, president; Mi-j. A. V. Gibbons, vice-prilldent; Misa C. Uoln, ftnanolal sec-.! ratary and Miss W. Kelly, recordlne secretary. ,    The Ratiet Society Intend to have a ObHslmaii trekit oti Saturday, Decem-biir ttrd, roir ohlldren, who would Otherwise have no Christmas. Tbe IkUiifiA where-tbe affair will be held wl|i be aDnounpdd-Inter. Tbe Society will be �ratarul for donations of lAon-e)r..clbthes, toj's, candles, or anything iauttable for '4uah a treat. Will you coireo sv -iwo* Offlea Phone 1824. ftealdtnof Phana 774. son, .1. A. Smith, Huclmn, Or. Lnf-iklndly sand tlieie to Mpb. 0. w: Bob-forty and Dr. LovcrlnB. and MessrR. I""'*" ��� Thursday, Docember 2lst7 Boldman Sovonon. U.n,ly. c:osma� .J^ XSr^lle'^S JVtSls^S^! ones and Dv. T.HIcr. who tT�. Tho program opened Mr. My Iieait forgot its God lor love of you, And'yoii fo�'got "la, otliqi loves to learn ; Now thr'oiiKli a wilderness of thorn and rue liack lo niy Clod I turn And just hecuusf iny (iod forgets the pa.sl, .\nd. ill. forgeltiiif; does iiol ar.k to know Wliy I once loll His arms tor yours, at last Hiiciv lo my K. Pauline tiod I HO lohn.suii. (TpknUiouwake) Ho.stcsses tomorrow-Mrs. O. \V. Robinson Mrs. DcVpiier. VV. 1. McKenxif, '8U8 .Seventh Mrs. St. W':.s. fir \i. L. Co\)j. 832 Spcond .St., Mrs. It. ,1 (lordon time this season.    Mrs. lleniahaii and tli'.i Tilian wt tbe Conservatory Hall, tho children of St. Cyprian's Sunday Soiiool, are to be given a Christmas treat. The afternoon will be spent in games and* a Buy your Walthtm watch from* Jeweler. He will know the movement best suitad to your naada, and he will deUvcr tbe w�tc|i to ybtt in perfect running pniar. "�'� Timt You Omwd �� IVoMfcasi." Scitd for dMorlptlve kooklct. WALTMAM WA1CS CO,, iksiml. Cn; tb� paper, for reasou.t of his own, withholds bis name. Next came a aalactlon on the phonograph, followed by a reading of tho hi-itory of that initrumon:. THie eVaning was brought to a close b}'f numbar of musical charad'.'S. To tttoae' who were fortunate enough to be present at last evening's �ooiaV ga'iJiertng of the Wesley jChiirebUpwortb leagUR. an enjayablo tlmii wag in store. As a goi-acqusilpt-ad Satkarlng it was very aucceaatul. Ail �n 'impetus to the Ww-k oC rhe aa�lety, it filled Its place.*^ Tba progriim took on a rather unique torof, %tui''t\fty who were present- being :srop|M|; Into clasE03 or families, l^l than': Mkeid to respond In im-inknbfr to the evening's ori-tertffnmaiiil:,-- 1 H'he responses showed eqlajtlilianible ingenuity and took the piirt �t mtiaic and readiiigs,-orl;�;iual aW otharwlie; ^' Vocal and jnstrtiraectal selections wara contribuiad by Mr. Fairkirk, Mr. Jennlnga, Maaln. Chandler and fi|id' owakf, �nd' Mis*' Oiser; Mr. Sqmers, Mr.'Quest, and. Hr. Cascadon acqnited thamseivaa creditably as readers. The intilal edition^, of$)the "Mountain Ro-vlaw" under' the' management of Kd.-tn^blaf Roblnson-^was'mucb enjoyed.' The ftnai numter by Mr. and Mrs. Browfli et al ^d-j all that could be expected. Afi^or tbe prograip an hour's social ini|orMurii9 waiogKved during which Uma rafrfgb^emrwer'o served. The LaJigu^ looka forwa^rd with pleasure lo Its, winter's work", and sbovld ac-cbmplish much/ '> We have just received a large shipment of the finest brown and white cooking ware made. Our windows and store will be full of it Tuesday. The finest cooking can be done with this ware: Oval Coivarad Casteroles Round Cbverid Casierolea Stewers Pitchers . Bakers Bean Bakers Pudding Dishes Covered BeaYi Pots Pie Plates And numerous other articles. Prices run from 10 centi to $2.50 each The best value you ever saw STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. "If you llva out of town, write us."' charities and besides these is a meni-hi-r of the Watford Board of Guardians, having been chosen chairman of p the board not long ago- T'"-> Countess of Carlisle lias taken part in local administration and is well known a-s a � PVllantKf^ic worker.: Thcfie nin not by any means all of tiic titled women of Orcat Britain who arc working for belter conditions throiighoiH the country. At tho bead of tho philanlhropii- workers i.s, -of'' course, Her . Ma'csty, Queen Mary, who visits the sick unil poor a"d the unfortunate, and who gives as freely as her income will allow, and has practical, ideas as to the tom-'ation of societies for ch�riiahle wofk. Aviation Caps in a variety of stjies I A fresh |o( of this comfortable type of hekd dress has Just coma, along and some>iuotit becoining stytea are>aow offered.'v.; PJalii colors, navy iind cardinal and mixed colbrs in greg^ variety, at prlcoli,'iip from ......'..;............ A PrcsMit that iiip(�ds to men I 0( General Interest . Brlti-ih poercs.sojs, manj' of ^heni, do a great ainaunt of philanthropic work, often putting their chief attention on some special objeci which they help on b.v their individual efforts as Weil as iiy, the infiucnco of their rank. Everyone knows that tlic liGpunt^ss of Ah'rdeen.i.s bringing her wbpdtrful energy to bear on the fight a^intt tuberculosis in Ireland. She has also done iiuich to promote the. iriab home indusiries of weaving .^nd Igoc making. The Duchess b( Suthur-i land does for tlic Scotch crofters . what Lady Aberdeen does for the Irlirti village people. Adeline, Duclicss of Bedford, has Uiado the assist auco of WQfneu prls-oDfrs bee special intoresl. She is an gulhoriscd visitoL under tlie Home Qflice to the female convict prispn ( Ayj|esbury. She tallfH with and en-courai^s the women prisoners, ^nd on their rolcasu slie maVcs uvery ellort ti> help them lo start afresh. Uady Henry Somerset, the Duchess of Utid-forijj.'s elder sister, tries to heliKtlie in'ebriato women of ClreaC.Britain. Site has estahlhihed an industrial farm colony (or them at Uuxliurst, and lives liio"e hor.s-elt in the midst of her protegees, doing all she can to help them rogain control of thoni-seives hy giviuR ihcm plenty of work in tho open air and plenty of diversion, as well fts nourishing food and clean surroundings. The Duchess oi ILimiltnu iakc� a tleep interest in Hie movement to es-i�blish clubs .ind honip.s tor working girls. She gives generously'and collects indefatigahly for funds to starl new liopies wliore Kirhi can liv(; cheaii-iy and well, or rooms whore (hey can assemble to tend, pljiy games, dance, etc., instvad of hanging about the streets when they are freed from tiJcir daily labor in shops and oi^icos. The Countess of Duijley exerts her-Kpi( in r�|pa/ Very stylish indeed are our new riinges In'rlijh bamel cloth cf subdued colorings, neatly trimmed and corded ;ylth heavy cord � fflrdic In prices ranging ' from............................. -' $10 (0 $15 MUST SIGN THEIR ARTICLES Melbourne, Dec. IL'.-The federal houae today adopted the clause lii the electoral bill coinpelling all writ- ers of newspaper artlclaa and re-. ports anent candidates to sign their nances: Tbe 'writer's addreas must oWo^be given. ' RYLANDS & CO. mCDONALD BLOCK We have received many new lines for Xmas trade, and invite your attention to the splendid values are giving every day. New line.s of DENTS & FOWNES KU) ({.LOVES/ tliti best that are math, tiiul selling' at populai' prices; new MO-TOii VEILS, KiXlTTEl) JACIvE'l'S i'orchililien; LADIES' NEW TIES. 3yg and 50r.; NEW CIJSHUyis^ TOPS, NEW SrLKS, NEW FKINOES, NEW SKIRTS, NEW BLOUSES, NEW liAOS. ' ' A line assoiMiiienl oi' XMAS NOVELTIES, SILK HANDKEHCHLEES, HIBHONS. VEILS AND VEllilNC):, at po]iular selling' pj^'iees. Special Sale on FRIDAY Und SATURDAY of LADIES' BLOUSES and SKIRTS suitable for Xmas. ;