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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saitirdiiy. December 14 LETHBRIDGE HOTEL to 7. Lelhbridge, Alta., Canada 8.30 to. SUNDAY DINNER DE LUXE RELISHES Colery White Onions Queen Olives SOUP Consommo a la DC Stael FISH Stuffed Salmon Sauce, Milanalsc KNTREES Broiled Fillet of Chicken, Cutlet a la Vllkroi .Sweetbreads Pnuleite Clapolata Pickled Sheeps Tongue au Suprine Apricot Whip aux Vanilla SALADS Chicken Salad, Allenmande ROASTS Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce POULTRY Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce VEGETABLES Steamed arid Mashed Potatoes Asparagus Tips in Butter DESSERTS Deep Green Apple Pie with Cream Hot Minec Pie Strawberry Pie Lemon. Cream Pie, English Plum Pudding, Hard or Brandy Sauoe Banana Ice Cream and Wafers Raspberry Jelly Aotorted Fruit Muscutels and Almonds Cheese Sultene Cafe Noir MISS LULU G'LA ZEE Who must defend lawsuit. Thc celebrated actress is makinn itions In FMsburg to defend a suit for filed by Mrs Bertha Richards wife of Thomas Richards, for the alleged alienation of her husband's affec- tions. pre par- Sunday Band Concert The programme for tho Sunday band concert will he as fellows: Salutation, Savo the march, "Our Glrrrloiift Nation." if. C. Miller; "Tiu> Sho-Oun." Lu. dors; barcarolle, "From Talcs of j. Offenbach (by overture, "Itayir.cnd." A. Thomas; gavotte, "Stephanie." A. CxfhuHia (by excerpts from "MadiMiie Karl Ifost-hna (by cv-erturo, "Somids from ihf Sunny Eisnenman; march. "The .Men of Cline. Di-j TTTK DAILY HER .ALT) I-'lltST CIIUHCH OP CillUST iiiuik block. 11 a.m. Wcdnoaduy evening lostlmoii) meollng 8 p.in. Tho roadiiiK room is opoji, to'everyone every day from llirco to flvo Everyone IB vltod to nttond. FIFTH AVENUE UAPTIST CMUnClfi Corner fith avonuc and 18th slreet Hev. 0. MuKlnnon, pastoi'. 11 a.m. and 7.HO p.m. Sunday 3 p.m. I'rayor mottling, 8 pjii: Wiolr uractlc-e, Thursday p.ui. All are welcome. ST. ANDlfl'UV'S l-'Hh 81. and 7th Ave., north- Hcv. A. C. Bryan will pruAdi. Sunday ser- vices at H a.m. and p.m. Sunday school at p.m. All arc T1IK K1HST IIAPTIST CI1UKCH will hold Sunday acrvlous in tlw .Morris Theatre at 11 a.m., and 7.HO p.m. Kev. A. 0. Watson will preach. Blbln school will bo hvld in the church HI tliroo o'clock; CIIUHCH OH1 JESUS CHIUST OF LATTBH DAV O. K. Hall, 10th St. S., near Y. M. C. A. 9.-IS a.m. Officers and teachers meet- Ingj 10 ii. m., Sunday School; 3 n.m Sacrament meetiliK. Visitors always welcome. lifshop Ii. S. I'oung, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phone OS5. GKRMAN EVANOKLICAL LUTH- KRAN'i-Scrvli-ca will lift held afc 710 JOth at., North Lethbndge, at 10.30 a.m., nnd will he conducted by tho Kev. 0. A. Groth in the'German lan- guage. Thc German speaking, populaco is cordially invited. ST. KVMiicK'S A. H. Pajsentlial, pastor.. Her. P. Mftiiwo- gen, assistant. Mass 8 a.m. Children'a oinas a.m. l-llRh Mass 11 a.m. Similay school 'a p.m. Evening servico '.SO ii.m. Sermon at onch service. SUi avenue A., south. Breaking of hreat! p.m. Evening service 7.UO p.m. A lecture will he delivered by Sidney T. Ualsford, subject, "Is (he Soul Im-, Everybody welcome. your bible. No collection. WESTMINSTER CHURCH (Meth- Joseph Waodnwoiih pas- tor, will occupy thc pulpit morning and evening. Sunday school and Ri- EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 12S4 Res. 1116 MOTKKH Roses, mother, once Kit hright Tinged your checks nt purest white, Kill they've laded nince away, And your locks are turning Do not dear, tor llio past, Summer cannot always Hut in hearts both fond anil (rue Rummer lives the wintt'r through." Mrs. fi black lace over satin. ShirtsL iiion veil- 'ii traim1. Miss silk with hie class 3 p.m. All are heartily wel- come. ST. AUG US-PIN'S CHimCIT-Cor- n'cr 2nd Ave., and Stli St. Hcv. J. 13. Mrs. L. M. ohif- I'dii over cream with heavy lace elaljoration. Mrs. D. H. satin with friiifCt! and dcwdrop net. chilfon over white' with touches of pale tiliic roKolutd trimming. Miss Uolierer, of' Alnok-od, js a Miss chifloti over ,cst ivilli Miss I.iu'ilc Kck-l silk of .same phadn. storm. Miss silk ing salin Mr, Fred LeviH'i oi Medicine was in tlic city yesterday and ni-! suggestion of rosr. the tennis dance last evening, j Miss silk with fringe adornment, Miss Jean Urch and .Mr. Richard Miss lace draped ov- rcii, of Monarch, were iiucsls at; er pale thfi'twmis dance last j Miss .black.clrit- 1 fon over Mr. and Mrs. .1. B- "Ahilhi'in U-Iil Miss satin this morning lor- Alexaudra, with cluFion. vhero thov will spcnJ the Chrlstmnsi Mlss black 1 chilTon. Miss pink Miss blue chiRon built on.pink satin with rosebud elnbor- Miss with inscrt- 'drop ncl veiling Mibs chilTon over silk. Miss Dora blue silk. Miss pink satin. I Miss bronze satin. I Miss coliemic with i fringe trimming. j Miss chifloir over blue satin 'with touches of. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. B. .V.cCarty and sons left this morning for Thames-1 ford, Ont., to spend .the winter. Miss home turn later Chicago and Toronto. L. Cameron 'left today fir her in Nebraska, N- S. Hto will re- 1 way 01 New ork, Mrs. II. W. 1'liilllps, who teeoi visiting her son in Crnnbrook iorj the past, three weeks, h.is rctiirnert j to the eity. Mrs. W. Kivcii, of'Calgary, is tho guest of Mrs. p. Davios for the Moe Men's Neu'liffec Shirts Eli'le WIUl cuffs; materials arc of fine cam- brics, Zephyrs ami Oxfords; light and dark shades; also white, Sizes 14 to 17 1-2; Prices from 51.00 to Mch. Men's Shirts-Cont style, with soft collar and cults, detachable materials arc Zephyrs and Cambrics; all good sizes M to 17 1-2. Prices and t, i- i Miss pale blue satin --DDVICS- nuptials; winch will hc-cc-ln-. it, brated on Monday. 'Mr. L. D. Bedford, lias gone Iowa, to join Mrs. licdf: for the Yulctidc. Later they will to California lor i M Professor Boyle, of the I'niversiU-, or'Alberta, attended the tennis dance .Miirrel-Wrisbt, rector. No holy com-' iasfc eyeiiiilg at tlic conclusion of his inunlon Sunday morning. Matins 11 j lecture in the Central school. a.m. Sunday school and Jliiilo clans' at -3 p.m. Kvensoitg 7 p.m. Rev. A. V. Grant of Diaincnd City inieBipn will preach both morning and 'even- ing. CHURCH- OP CHRIST (DISCIPLES) the Caledonian Hall. Rev, J. B. Pickle, 1312 Sixth avenue South, pas- tor.1 Sunday school, 10.30 Ser- vices at 31 .a.m. and 7.30 p.m.. AH.are welcome. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH (Angli- Miss pink net over sa- tin of corresponding shade. Miss Dixon gold chiffon mounted over satin. Miss Dixon (London, black chiffon over silk. Miss Annie Dixon Eng.) crepe lacu bantluigs. -Miss Anisic Uivender silk. Miss garnet silk with hand- of black lace. Men's Tine ZepiivrMlrts pin alriiies- c'oat ot B (ictachable collara to match. Sizes 14 1-2 to 17. Price _ Men's English Manuel Shirts lnra. Clear co Sizes 14 1-2 to 17. Price, each Men's Brown Flannel Shirts, double collars, two patch pockets- good heavy shirt. Sizes 14 1-2 to 16 1-2. Price UsCflll Gifts Great assortment of Silk Ties und Mufflers, also Suspenders etc., nicely boxed. Silk handker- chiefs, plain nud with initials. Prices from 25 centt to Hudson's Bay Co, Land or the be Miss ITanrahan deep gold char- good program of Scottish music has and white carnations. strawberry satin. DR. BOYLE'S TREATMENT SUBJECT PLEASED A RE- PRESENTATIVE LETH. BRIDGE AUDIENCE Eighth avenue and El- eventh street Canon Me, AH1I.111, M.nilns. 11 a.m. Sun- day school rind Hihle class. 3 p.m. 'flap tism, -1 p.m. 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion at S.3Q p.m. on the First and third Sundays, and lit the raison ii' ctri: of .t 11 o'clock service un the second .and J five hwi'lrcfl, which daimed Mrs. fourth Moclcod as hoKtcss.jeHterday af- 11 a. three tables ijcing in play. m. and 7 p.m. The pastor, Hev. T. P f mid u'ilitc carnations dini-sjd Perry, TvlH preach at fn'Sriince- Morning subject, "Sonship and Ser- vice." Evening service. "Tbt; Man Fearing Spirit." In the morning the choir will sing "Jesus, Lover of my The hostess was a smart j gown of blue ninon over satin] of the same simile Wli touches of- ovvn wlnte. Mrs. pound; Chrcsliolm, was llic scene ot a prct' lea ana. was vvor.rmg a cine white bioancloU! model and- pale blue sa GII.I. WFH13ER Tire home ot Mrs. "c. F. Kovvlin is in aid of (lie Santa Claus Fund. A large attendance is looked for at this meeting" and all arc e ;tv wcildinB On Wednesday, Dec. The president, Mrs. W. H. Coni- j when Miss Lulu U. Webber became ''car, occupied the chair at a very tin. picture hat faced with black vel- the bride of Mr. Albert II. Gillnrd, i important business meeting ol tlic W. vcti -t ,.i ll[ Alia. The nuptial knot T. V. held in the Y.M.U.A. yes- When you think 6f taking lunch down town, think of The Brown Betty Tea Room Our Christmas, "Piiapernsl Chocolates have arrived. They and their boxes are "Christmas- sy" and may solve Borne vexed problems for you. Room 4, MacDonald Block. was hy the Hcv. Wil'liam terday afternoon. The Misses Dixon, of London, KMlol, M. A. land, who arc guests with Mrs. A. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Mrs. I. 1-roopcr Soul" (Dr. VosO, and in the evening "Praise while Mr. Rhynd Jamieson will sing on both oc- ST. PAUL'S, FIRST The second of f At thc home of Kev. C. dances, which up during the year by thc W. V. 1 S. of Knox church before a ineeti1 The hostess was wild cerise accessories7. There was a m wore a smart, froc-lv of .-nice crepe. Miss Annie Dixou Tim treasurer's report, which show-, tables were made up, Mr. and a balance of in thu Jennings carrying ofT thc pretty tro- was most gratifying. The time was spent cliiiifiy in dis- cussing travellers' aid work. Tho society expects to start systematic work on the one dollar campaign at the beginning of thc year, the aim being to secure a trained deaconess vcrv cool atteml-! f "iRllt- Tlic ladies arc had donm-il flumncu: lace- .touches. communication the east, lint sc u-uh. I. :unl Mrs. Ciarroil i v li: are invited Wesley League Monday nlclit nest.. at the u-a lour. give an ad- .will he 6th avenue sOiiLh. Dec. 15, at ]1 si.ni. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 2.UO o'clock. j IVLIS in KXOX last niKht, An unusually meeting rector. 3 the original "Rogers." It is "Jj'.Vvr thz in of plate, and Tint in quality. Sold t-v j exiensimi lectures was given in the Cenlrai school hist evening by pro- fessor Jioylc of the oi Alherfu, lectured on tlie suh- of electricity. This interesting suhji'ct '.vas skilfully handloil Pro- fessor Hf.yle, who ai the oil wet ok npporttniity of spying that cUc- iiy was yet in its infancy, 'lhe professor referred lunglli to the recent invcsfigatioji? as "to ike. ecu-! eduction of flcctricily hy gases slimv-l j hit; tlie.se experiments hnd led itj) fo sonie important nccrioii with Uie eonstttrd'on matter. Tlic more one Irarned electricity the morfl thc h'nrn rare was being and ii WM Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services, It. a. n. and p.m. .Morning subject: 'The Test of Experience." HU-oniiig: Alontlily sermon to young men; sub- eet, "Tho Undecided Man." Sslibr.tb lehool and I5Iblo classes, p.m. Chin- ese class, p.m. Mcrnitig nnthem: "My Soul Truly upon God" solo, "The Gentle Shepherd" i Mr. McGougan. Evening anthem, "The Silent Land" solo. "Mow Lovely Are Thy IVnx-11- i isigs'' Liddie.i, Miss Simm. Siran-l Ecv, A. C. Watson i dress, and a good program rendered. sL-ne.s oi tennis flrt in (he S.O. while not so Or the Westminster flnild is promis- tho previous One, for Monday evening in the 1 r L'I1.IO'-Incnt n most ture -room of churcti. The edu- '''a'1'' rational cominitlce will have, ciwrsc f the meetin.; ami llic slftiect pii'trs oi mvhoslra. The directory being Issued by tho Business Men's association is pro- gressing well. G. E. Fleming, who is in charge, has finished the canvass, and desires anyone who may havti been overlooked to send in the Inform- ation without delay. Advertisers in the directory are requested .to pre- their copy as soon as possible; as it "will be called for "within the Jlusic shaded li.nhts were-tral ('flirt anil at. half time inviting M amis were served, yfier which "MS MeCrimmoii kindly iilaycd an exit i A iiiinihrr oi very i s were in evidence, some of those no i W.C.T.U. COLUMN Mrs. V. w. IX.tt-nei-biack sill; nin- on draped over salin with de handings of imiidv ireen. i Mrs. J. situ, with law f Mrs. A. witli iHressori Mrs. K. .1. sit in cliiiTon K-ulnl ornament I Mrs. I'aii! silk svvansdown and white s Ik ill. KOK From gets four ga Wflicli retai The farmer The The rjvlroad gets in con- j The dray iran eels ol The rets oi The The wire Th rational exorcise. Lite'rarj art, music, domestic science, comaieroliil, elocution, etc. A thoroughly trained and practised faculty. Resident nurse. Mod- erate foes. Goi.' after Xm.-.s vrn'o nary Adihoss denL ge re-opeius tlm Robert I. Warner, M. A.. D. D. St. Thomas. ij tention of the audience throughout. _ Tir. Galhraith occupied ths chair WON T aiwMn introducing the lecturer said! j. lie hoped thc series of Icrt'irps would receive libcra? "m 1 Port of the pnhlic. NIAGARA HOTEL BURNED with Sunkisty> Spoons While" you'are eating luscious, juicy, tangy, seedless "Sunkist" oranges, you are delighted with the magnificent silverware you are getting for your table. Yon always order "Sunkist" oranges because they are ths finest, richest, selected t'ruit grown anywhere in the world. Picked and packed by gloved cleanest oi all fruitl. Thin-skinned, iibreless. Not a Seed in "Sunkist" Cut ths trademarks from the Wrappers around "Sunkist" plate. I tor fair today, iho clnniplou- J 's-iiip, tin? niRliosi lionnr i.( in a.ls m. Joini A- Sons, for i nmr-'. !n- .1. D v.-.-ri- Alii- ri.-nn anil Ul DillliTiiM, OX.S, I THE KEW BROCADED COAT CC't ir. VClvCC On :.'nderdress arj skrnk It Is an up-tc-natc vis- gown design, i over in Postal Note, Post Office or Express Money Order. Buy h fax, haii-dox or your thaler. Send your name for our complete free premium sheet and Prei -ium Club Plan. nil orders for and nil fi> California Frnit Crowers Exchange 105 Kine Street, Eait. Cor. ChyrcU TORONTO, OOT, ;