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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .11. Pecernber tb? of SOCIAL AND. PERSONAL Visiting Days hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. Mrs. T. S. Fetterlj-. -Mrs. w. p. jv Alexander. Andrew Williamson b'. G. Haaell man will be Mr. Claude Aldous of. Winnipeg, and, Mr. Tal- bot Papiueau. or Montreal, Mr Car Morse -of Lethbridge, Sasre and if-' nav ng ueen com In sanitary tins; solid pact, and only red npe- tomatoes packed. Price, 2 tins 350 4. Gulden. Wax aH the strings removed. Ton never Price pertin tefday afternoon. She-'was accompan led-by her son, G. A. Peat. '.Mr. and Mrs. John Wiseman of of tAeir eldest L. Kil John G. Kobertson, Leth 1 "-J-----r J lough, tp John G. Kobertson, Leth Drwse, son of the late James Robert- son and Mrs. Robertson, Of Ottawa me marriage will take place on Jan- uary ifrd. We will--all-see each other at the conservatory concert and recital-in. the'Majestic tols' evenin- course will "Canada" and -the par- sonage will be thrown open to the puhlic for this event early in January. "Bobby" Burns' birthday will cele- brated in Scotch fashion. The M, red, ripe large berries. The flar- or is delicious. Price per tin -Minost as nice as though you picked .them yourself. Price per tin Only the late are packed and every peach is ripe before it is packed. Price per tin Bartletts, the finest flavored pear-that is groTm. Price per tin.. Graces. v_ syrup lean celebration will be held on the 32nd of.February, Washington's birth- day. Ireland will be honored on St. day-' in March. The idea is most novel and will certainly create much interest and pleasure.-v 'besides being a financial success. Under the direction of St., ilary's en's Society, the second whist drive and social- of the winter 'took place f in Heding's Hall last night. Over- SO were present and a most venlng spent." The started won by F.- i'ayce.- iight pared by several ladies of the congre- gation, were then served and seemed to be a very successful feature of the evening's entertainment 6A''splendid'! programme was rendered by the fol- lowing people: Opening pianoforte se- lection, _was well Played by Mrs. Jackson. Vr.'KOner sang "The Village "Blacksmith" and responded to an encore vdth "p Pro- Sage and it .has stopued mv it was "phony." then told PfU v -The lat- said he got-it from Peck's st and remarked, "Alright, if it is .good, give it to me and the bar-tender did so. Later the bar-tead- asked, the constable-to obtain-the again. The constable called i -f. f" 1to and asjced tor backed up by his friends PDeger toage to bo'reiuscd to do so, vvifcb. 'the result that tonic and arrested and taken to the My hair his. H-.V there ho said tne com on-the trail ill and Lethbridge. Supt. to tarn the case over ce, the offence, it any, committed within their fine and t be without this fine nair :y times the -price." Offerings Only Eight Selling Days in which we 50 cents at all druggists or from the proprietors, .the f-Ml-nis-r- T-, Fort JSne, Ont, post-; The girl with the Auburn hair' is on every package. Sold and guar-' anteed by Jackson Cope _A-fc Brantford, an Armenian named Harry .Gourgian was charged cuorts be a than, empty seajs to..the -pupil's Uave Vorked [success of the -concert. at Kight the, Reading Club met with on Tuesday evening and continued their study of BhaKespeares "King Lear." The dis- cussion was led by airs. McKerricher i he club have been studying Shakes- peare's plays for some time, but at beginning of the new year will -.with and STANDING OF THE PARTIES London, is the. -standing of the parties: Unionists 235 Labor Nationalists 67 Ind. Nationalists...." s 351 59. Our Immense Stock Lombards.- Xhey-are reallv a- baro-ain sa.-wa.zs tested favor was awarded Mrs. Viner a number prettily decked rooms, where tltzes of Beacon carnations CHEBBIES--- Sed pitted. [There is such a difference Between the ordinary kind and these. Price per tin By getting this brand you will ab- solute satisfaction. Price per tin lines quoted above. have Ion for hotels and restaurants also ID Peaches, Pears, Apples and Pumpkin. Then Trhist was played at 3ables about the quan- been arranged effectively. After several games the honor favor was awarded airs. Faunch and the consolation gift 3Irs- Mrs. Douglass Warren assisted the hostess in serv- ing the dainty rerrehments. attractive and unique -.invita- tion programmes have been.issued 1 Lodge, Brpther- yof Railroad Trainmen .for'their c-annual ball to be the new pytnian hail Monday evening f m j. "VVllI "hp served at the Excelsior .-Cafe. The' committees are: Committee of arrangements: J. H U Prince, chairman; G. St. C. Moore vice-chairman; Hugh Cameron item "Angus Macdonald" was well re- ceived. -Mr. Kiiner being again call- ed upon, excelled himself in singing "Her. Bright Smile Haunts Me Still.7' Miss Arnold Qiled ,an absentee's place by singing "Hello Old Man" and. the programme came to -an end 'with a brilliant pianoforte duet by w. and C. R. Matthews. The: chair- man, j. Fletcher, addressed a few Pithy.remarks .to those. present and alluded to the scarcity of ladies at the affair. 'He tendered a .hearty vote LINENS. WAISTS. GLOVES, aiOTOB SCABFS CHAIN PURSES, HAND BELTS; HDKFS., GIBLS' SILKBRESSES, GENTS' TIES, K. maa; C. man; j.' les. -Bi-anch, 2nd vice chair- Kroning, :jrd vice KeTinedy, treasurer. J. H. L, Prince, master of ceremon- of thanks on behalf of the So- ciety, to all those who had so "kindly nelped to make this a snccess and extended a cordial invita- tion to them all for the next one. He closed his address by holding -an ama- teur auction sale, selling the remaind- er of the refreshments amid --sk repartee. Everybody is thinking'of CliristiBas, and what they give as presents to their friends. The International Bazaar in- Knox oaurch basement -was opened yester- ...HIGH CLASS GROCERS Wholesale and Retail Fruit and Produce Prompt Delivery. on, G. St. C. Moore.' C. P. Committee of-introduction, all members. U'loor Cameron, G fa't. C. Moore. c invitations navr> beeii issued for the {J marriage of Miss Margaret Peters only daughter or Mr. and .Vrsi Chas Morse, to Mr. Charles Stewart Tup- per, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Stew- arc Tupper, or Winnipeg, son of Sir. Charles Tupper, baronet MUch will take place in Gracp church! Ottawa, Saturday, Dec. 17. at two: o'clock.. Miss Morse win be attended by Mies May Wild as maid of honor and by rive bridesmaids. Miss Hope Wurtele, Miss Frances Tupper of Win-' mpeg, sister of the bridegroom- Anna Oliver, Miss Janet Tupper of Winnipeg, Miss Jessie Cassels. The uycueu vesper- day afternoon by c. F. P. Conybeare, Jx. o., who on noting that he was near- ly the only maa present agreed that it was not much loss so long as there were lots of ladies present. Mr. Gor- don, pastor of the church, in introduc- ing him. called attention to the differ- enu stalls and made particular men- tion of tae premier position of the cuy ux faif in slwxr rooms. The selection is SlliTShlfl rn _- T- I orms one of the most highly appreciated gifts, be- zn the reality it forms a gift M the familv as astothe individual We have just unloaded a and are now ao icyiefettnung nis na- tive land. Mr. Conybeare said that while it 33 suitable to honor the mo- ther country in this way, it is true that today all the integral parts of the Empire-are so loyal that the old divisions are forgotten under one flag Never Sour Phone 1027 GILMOKE THE BAKEB J-auieS Jardiniere Footstools, Chairs and and a quantity of other lines. We also hare the finest display of small rugs in conventional 'and Oriental patterns ever displayed in this city. We say to one and all. "Visit us." TOIBRELLAS, BOYS5 SUITS- BABY BABY BABY VEILS, LAUNDRY BAGS, 'CUSHION COVERS, TAPESTRY AND BOWN QUILTS. Phone 625 Lcthbridge's Greatest Home Furaishcrs Third Ave.S. Prices Talk That's why .we're busy The I ;