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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTBKTnfilS DAILY Page 13, Scarcely touched by .the human hand in the whole course of its preparation so cleanly is. the process CEYLON TEA, in Minions of Tea Pott Dmily" Black, Mixed or Only 1K; FREE Sample mailed on enquiry-Addrew: Toronto WAS DORN ON FAST EXPRESS (Jliioiign, Doc. baby daugh- ter was bivr'u lo Aliu IJerminl L'lrlcli, vfro of the business initmiKcr of a. Ki'imtl ojiei i tomimn whip sin to Clllt I vfiniii haiu Boforo biib.V wily-one hum1 Klmri jQ inlics llil sa> i leioid lor babfeii oi' this tHiby.te'a Hoosior, .This true, dofiiJilc the fact Hint tin-' pa-reins live in Chicngo. H was. tioni as''ilio iralncd whizzed Hamlet hid. but wn'a at. the Union Htjatibh in hour la'-e; -Mrs. Ulricli has in Hie K'tis! ilii'oe months. Shu'left Thiliimore oil Thursday, Sho was aficoinpaiiled liy! a muss and mfuil. A Kii'mmonod t.hft' from Mil: waiiKec, the (vain at En- Klowood Stati'con, and rode to (he "Union station, where an iiiivomobilc fuiibufance and pliysiuiuu were wait- ink BRISK BUSINESS AT WINNIPEG AVinnipeg, Dec. clearing house returns for the week ending l-( show an increase of over eight and a hide millions 'over -Uie aame period la-M ycnr. The business handled thin week lotnis whilo last year's llgurcs were NATIVES AFRAID .OF DREADFUL. HOBGOBLINS. lilyrin. oliio; a- ion Mini Ridgp this cointv hut. i MIPI istillious dull ul ii st nine of light which lias been ncen many limes lit Hill Jlnmi> Hide Ccuiotcry. They think tli.it '.o liSok uiion H ulliinately means death. '1'lie light was Been tlrst by Albert and Charles. Swenrs, comim boys. Their, brother, Walter Sworn who saw it next, died a few, weeks IKO. The next, Id report i-t were John iiml.his -.wife, who were driv ill past the cemetery in an automo- bile when "they .Bay it. .Since, then Uverick's father. John Schulbevi has died. Othcis who luxe seejl the dt clare It. is not and local medical IUBII, who have been laked flbout.-'i'l, cannot explain it. f Tho shaft 01 light. IB described as starting at the ground ami rising into the sky.. H reir.ained'visible, it is said, tor only sl.ort'- periods. BLEW SAFES IN THE -'BANK AND-POSTOFFICE nioomfngton, III., Dee. bank and postofflc'e aL Fancy 1'niiric, 40 miles of here, blown by -four- bandits about 1-.1C'this morning. 'The robbers sc- oured nothing iind escaped after a .bat.Llo. with citizens' whor had been by some men who saw tho 1'Sht in the Christmas Gifts IN BRAS? KETTLES J NTERES FEKN POTS ('VXOLKHTICKS COAL HODS FIKE SETS TEA AND COFFEE SETS Tli AYS IN ALL SHAPES. uiany artistic and bcaltil'nl articles i'or and use. IN CUT GLASS WATER JUGS BERRY BOWLS FLOWER VASES J10N BON DISHES CELERY DISHES DECANTERS BUTTER PLATES FRUIT DISHES, ETC.; Cut Glass is of the finest quality and of the Attest pattern and our are such that will he pleased with any article we show. IN TABLE CUTLERY CARVERS TABLE DESSERT KNIVES These ace of the finest of Sheffield Steel and in all (he best materials for handles. PLATED WARE KNIVES AND FORKS '-TEA, DESSERT AND TABLE SPOON'S BUDDING DISHES- AND PEPPER SET (n; buying Rogers' plated ware, buy "1817 Uogers Bros." Every piece is marked. Yo" an Vliid a inost useful as well as beautiful for everyone in our store, HIM! we would. siiKkest'lhal you early. Stafford-Agnew Co. "If you OKI of town, wrltt ut." EDITED :iY "INO" Offlci Phoni 1224. 774.' What do Hvo for If It Is not to innlse lite loss for each ollierV JSIlot.' Let us not lire of tender words and true. Thu Vttalm. or silence all -loo .ne doth'; lie; Anil -sv.-ei.it endearing -words, are too Anon So main- sir many creeds, So main nitiis th it an I 11 UllUl llisl till lit Oljlltlllfc Kllll Mrs. C. J. Eckstorm did the honors iu..'pouring tea anil con'ee ai -ihc din- l-.thle, an Inimense lihower of deep I'ink CHniationa and iiink un- shaded candles produced a nlctnv Is ill Kcicctc'd. Mis I I I' Ccinliiri nil! receive the New Year offcgt Idstr m 11. wtiirlnt modish ni piail eicv ciloth 'wkli'liicevyDke-and applique in Orlenlitl green hat willl wings. AHbK I Uch pi sed tlie ttT Houi lilie looWcil i ol in Alic" blue hoii eMinng d with dcwdrup net.- At thu cnnclil-1 n 'thrce-mondis' wedding tour alolij; sioll of several enthusiastic gaincs j the pacific enast and in the Canadian l.he favors were av.'anied to Miss Rock'ics. The bride and. bridegroom lian I'atriclv, C. F. Tull and TVliss will -spend the summer on their ranch I In n Mi nm'e mil Air Ham I nr-ir lotlibiid-r ,n South in Mbcr On reiul-i I blight pi mo s lectifii t bill ill mU thin home m Aim in the course of the neapolis afler Oct. 1. At the bridal gary Herald. j dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. James AIiss NiblocK wns recrnth i (jlie I'b the hildf hei with Miss Elaine Convhearc. mil o hoi 01 v illi i pi "1 dim CL im Air I in bl hi t imn iind ushers stickpins. with his department. Of General Interest Hudson's Bay Co. Below we give a summary of the generous bargains on sale for Sat- dau, a detailed account of which appeared in last night's Herald Heal VVitney Blankets, per pair Regular {5.75 value. Fully guaranteed. Kcal Down Comforters These wore excellent value ii'i. Laflics'-Black Sateen, TalTetme, and Moireftci Underskirts Children's and Misses' Black Caracul Coats (hat were Spcl. week-end price Men's' Overcoats, all at Tweeds, Meltons, Beavers. Regular up "to 525.00 and 530.00. All at one price, H5.00. Grocery Specials Finan Hadclie, fine selected fish, 2 Ibs. for Smith's Assorted Jam, in' J Ib. jars, reg. 30s French J'eas, reg. 30c tins French Haricot Beans, reg. 30c tin for Extra fine Table Salt, 4 bass for Ladies' Pumps in brown suede, pink, grey anil blue poplin, also white satin. up to value, for per pair. .25c .Me .20c .20c 25c Reg: 30e Grey Canvas Shoes' at Smart Slippers at ami HAPPENINGS IN BUSYCOLEMAN HAUL IN OPERA: HOUSE WEDNES- NARROWLV AVERTED AT TRAIN l-INE J. H. Farmer aii'l Joseph Graftou ffave purchased the northwest qimi I tor section, ,'whicli adjoins the jtown on the cast side They intend 'to subdivide it into tcmn lots and nre advertising it Lots- will be sold from, Tho Peiletier Lumber Companj ie- .port business good since the settle Win ot the strike. They have orders for more than .half a. dozen cars or lumber to be' filled at.once. C. II. Kompton-and J H Hamilton1' 'of representing McCutcheoii Bros., real estate dealers been Mine tune who nas the co-dis- cos ni lieu hii bind of radium, ball to be held ;it the Ojiera House OHL of the. most not-Ion Wednesday evening, the 13th Inst. Mo women of HIP twentieth ran-'under the auspices of the Coloman Coleman, Dec. Grai'ton md wife left during the week on a rip to England, they will spend Christmas. Chas. Higgins umi C. S. Quinette m the fcast Jew dijs They >-ere visitors at Bollflvue on Sunday. sale Bioaduew, ,i Invitations are -out announcing A serious -accident was nanoul> averted on the McGilliyray Creek Company's tram Hue on The ot" the Art Needle- work Club entertained their hus- bands at the home of Mrs.- Jones, 623 Ninth street, fust-evening. The drawing rooms were eU'eelively done with potted ferns and palms, ;plnk and white "mums" eomjiietinj decorative and Societies Cotta Society, ot ,81. the Patrick's Fit-si Mittoran church' icet ich- with Mrs. t'. Grant yesterday after- re was in play at four tallies, Sir. noon. Splendid readings were given and Mrs. n. A. Smith, winning the Mrs. Wise and Mrs. Grant, the j Tavors, while the consolations wont.'.resf pf Hie lime being spent in scw- it0 Mrs. C. Devine and D. H. Unring the evening little ?iiss llene .Jones delighted the guests with number of piano selections; Dainty refreshments were served ni, (he card tables. At. .-ihe close of l.he the ing. Thr GjH'irng and closing cxcrciB- cs wflrij Rev. C. Grant. 'f'he Parish Auxiliary of St. Cyn- c-hiird] nie-; with Mrs. Evers- Jield. Thursday, Dec. 14, with eleven j president, Mrs. ,T. B. neuter, was-prc- members and two visitors present. j sorted with a lovely cut. glass vase', -j After ihc routine business the host- Uic presentation boing mntla joas served dainty refreshments. (The A. Smith. Mrs. Renter, "though en- i next met'ling will be at the church on I (irely iaknn by surprise, suitably ac- YTlutraday, .lamiary 11, unless oilier- j KmiAledgnd (he Ihanhmi the announced. l donors. The guests in iif.tomlnnno wore; .Mr. ami Mrw. D. A. Smith, Mr. ['and Mrs. ITiigh .Hrowii. .Mrs. }f-IX H. Rltoii. Mr. imr! 'Mrn. .T. R. Ron-' I tor, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sniipson, I .Mr.-nnrl Mra. P. Roy and Mrs. C. Oevino. .Scores of sninrily gowned A liiridy attended ami very i-n- thcsiiislic inwling of' the- Women's civic. C'luh was liclil at thy Y.M.C.A. jTSlcnltiy aftrinoon. A committee, composed nf Airs. Mc- Mrs. Mrs. A. 11. Mrs. Lcthbridgc and youns pirls called yesterday isf- Mrs. lirnUcy, was appointed tn noni- innte n list- of oncers to lie vok-d on at the January mooting. Thi' ladii-s ilocwit-il to ask Mrs. J. 1 (ernooii !o oxfond a welcome to Mrs. llanrahatr .ind the Misses I on Mif! occasion or first receiv- ing pi nee moving to the city. Ferns and carn.T-'ions of (lie pink ;iiul white varieties wore liberally in (r-'idenco in hhi> drawing rooms. Mrs, llannihan beautifully gowned hi Kilk with Miss Hanraimi) wore a chnrmhig gown oi' wliitu ntid blue foulard with navy bltie Miss Annio Uhnratian T. Hums an address at a so- cial rvcnini; lo ho la-Id iu the V.M. Thiirsilay f'V- Moro chililron are needed far the ball which Flower (iiiiid inlendy holding on Year's iiif'.ht. All children love an ail'ait' of this in blue silk mull '-lhe j will enjoy II much. Theso things mean so nnifh lo children who avc so easily uinde happy, and who re- member Iliosti iileasnnt ovonfs in 1'rlnae. Miss I Innraban doimed stunning frnyk of bine filU not, inoum'ed on iiiyi'ilc jiroen satin with croc..' mid cold pnwcmcntcrln lon'ji '-vo Rrown-upr, adoijomeniv i fprgollpn. them entirely. No o, match is scheduled to take place on Coleman ioe between Coleman and tun Ihouch excluded on account oi Hockey club. The committee-arc: K he, e. from the Uadunv McDonald, C. S. Quinette Georg. ts in s elccu.1 to the 'chair' of 0- P Wnyllmott and J. S. phv .cs p.eMoii h held by her bus- evening a hockej band in the College of France. leL-ntk maided the Nobel prize ,moro at g .Tlle cpmmitieo ol flOOOO foi the achieve-1 lho dance ;vin bo a'colebra- racnt in the le 1m o phy.sics flr3t yictory or the sea- the jLnr It i unfortunate in the f e.vtrcn.e thai such a brilliant woman g Barrettei or thc Blalrmoro En- illbuld now lie lire centre oi a scan- iterpVlae, was in town on Suriciay. ,vhich ,s filling the Thoa A ot pie .Mine. Langevin, wife nf (he sor, wli0 is involved, publishes alleged l( I cil Colcraan today. C. L. Whi-te ana O. S. Strausberg, when a rod on theMiiotpr broke nbirli runaway. One cai left Ji5( track' and rolled down an embank mont into the creek. The men in charge, escaped by jumping. The mo tor sped onward until near tile com pany'e tipple, It camp to a stop, due 'to loosing: connection with' :he juice. letters oi" Mme. Curie to. her husband Due a message of three lliousand words. Perhaps the IcUers r Medicine Hat, are registered at the Coleman. j A. Corric, ot Fornie, with .the Weat- uiuusiimi um; cunado. wholesale company, gave ;arc dnlj- the expression of a s merchants here a eall on Friday, platonie feelings, nnrt she is entitled D A of p. Co.'s to ..the. benefit oi tlie Unfor- at town on tunalrly one of' the letters shows tliiit she was coached by I'tot. Langc- i That lhc sansoii is near- vin for a, lecture On lhc ronscqiirnccs yj, ls jnaiHited by the grouiis of the discovery of radium. Critics. ot pian'y small ctiildren about, the claim that Ibis proves the truth oi windows or the various stores In town the assertion often made, that Mine, jwhere toys-nro'displayed. Though Curie cannot do original work with-.money is not as plentiful as in other out assistance of a lending mind like years, we trust there will bo no Illat of her late husband or Prof. Langevin. Ktil: the'jinkc of womankind it IK sincerely to he' hoped that thip cmi- nunt member of' the KPX will from the ordettl' in lhc courts wilh her n'liulaUoii cleared licyoiul the shallow of a doubt. appointment in the homes of. Cole- man where thc "hope, of the future" when Christmas comes round. TROUBLESOME EXPERIENCE OF STATE-OWNED 'PHONES Winnipeg, Dec. is noth- ing but resentment being expressed in business circles today against, the proposed increase of 'the telephone rates, the fact that no reduc'iion wa-3 business 'phones being .the chief grievance. Prominent business men, like T. D. Robinson, President Gordon, o-r the Hoard of Trade; R. H. Graham. F. Hannard, members and officers of I be industrial bnreai.....id privale citizens are united in Iheir disapproval of Ilia change. Some strong comment was also heurd on the favor given oulsido cities an-J country lowns and the rural districts to tin) detriment..of Winnipeg. Hellii Mitchell of Kniisiis City, aRcrt who .eloped in St. Louis will! tier sti'.pl'nlher, declared she regarded her mother only as a sisler, and where two in love wilh lite same man an elopement was justi- WEATHER Winnipeg, Doc. and mtkl weather has been general over the prairie provinces. Tt has turned cold; in Saskatchewan nnri light snow falls have occurred in M-anitoba Udmonton, v cloudy -14 12 (Jolsary, cloudy 42 14 Lethbridec, clear 44 22 Koglna, snowing 20 5 Winnipeg, snowing I9 Port Artthnr, eleai C Forecast: Jfanitoba and Saslmtcbe- and moderately -cold to- day and on Saturday, much the same tenv peraturc to-day and on Saturday. RUMOR OFFICIALLY DENIED London, Dee. Uyla oflluallj de- nied that Prince Arthur of Coimungh.t win succeed Lord Harding as Vice- roy oE India. NOW A HOUSEHOLD NAME So widely and favorably kuosvii Is Dine million Ton it ha? In' come a housohold mime in Western Canada. "Blue Hibhon" menu-, lho leader, the firs! prize winner, and the lea lives up lo that .'nine If It not fully salisfy YOU your eniccr will refund your moncv f ;