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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKAT.P if Friday, December 1C, Christmas Neckwear This splendid Christmas Store is ready-with'the grandest display of holiday ever ready with hundreds of suggestions that will tend to lighten the Christmas shopping; ready with bargain prices in every section that w ci an already overtaxed purse. Here you'll find an easy solution of the gift problem with satisfying variety and substantial savings l essen th it has les of e worry Bows, Jaljois, -Fancy Stocks and Coat Set? in the new Persian and Mack and wliite effects. Dainty nevr In various plain col- ors with combinations of Persmik Special Sat ,ur day values at the price. Christmas Handkerchiefs Great variety of fine Swiss and linen to- gether Avitli the very popular Amrisvryl haid'einbroid- erecl lines shown at prices 25c HAKD EMBBOIBEBED Made of excellent quality pure linen, embroid- ed in various dainty designs; wonderful value at the price' EMBBOIBEKSD Christmas Scarfs --Plain-crepe George Karper' aild vocal pupils en the piano, carried iuss Archers vocal pupils. Every i immense bouquet of loveiy 3y the time Mr. Long got was up of ais own accord in the third r'vas starting to walfe home, ap- and coining down again to to the par-ntly -little the worse He man- playground proceeded to slide rri uie bannister, un his wav his foot i home accompanied by struck Max Sadowski who was going j Of tJle aail complains only upstairs, with the result that he was j of a bumP on fcis head and a sore .hip. tnrowa off the bannister. He fellj Tfie aecideni caused great corn- through the eighteen inch space rigSt j motion in Uie school and the repor- jdown to the floor on-the ground floor, i instantly spread that the "bov had" below. On" his wayjorolren Ms neck. That he did not do he struck stair which broke his I so is the remarkable feature of the ;tall somewhat. ter. T 4 sccre- .ary was instructed to ask for a copy of the charter being askrd for. Apoiogizc to Taylor Thft board decided v.-iliiaglr to sjnd a letter of apology to Supt. Tavlor, of the C.P.R. A "complaint was" rn- John Home said he understood that St. Andrew's International bazaar is sold in q'aarter, half, -srid- packages. A "Saiada" pound at -40 cents is a full pouad plus the package. A poand package siokss 200 cups. At grocers, i al'ly rendered. Every ror.dcreri orc-uiiably am! co with appre- 52. The auet. ".Marjory." snrg by H'jiti Frerman and McPher- on. rich voices wiLii trarv M1 be UMil I orated in the Christmas colors coffee received today from the sup- At the fortnightly meeting of delicious doughnuts, tea, sand-! crintnwient, savins that lie was un- High School Literary Society this eve- and cake were served jder the impression there was here, but letter ring in the auditorium of the Central! A. E. Smith was in charge of the tea'! tochool. several -members of the so- j room and was :or a lad so young exhibited unusual The.Baptist Lakes' Alfl T na uooper Ol tne best and sttonecst n the confections. The! Platforms in the country at expressed surprise Tor a Drvam'3 and deiicious croams, solci. some indignation at the fact that the board had setsn fit to write to the general superintendent over a- matter which it known came un-. ,der his jurisdiction. _ President Noiirse said it was a most unfortunate? nrcurrpnce and showed forcibly that before taking up complaints made to it of this kind, the board should-make close investi- gation. :f Secretary McNicol said the plat- form here was certainly one of ihe strongest and pest he had ever seen, and it had been moved from near Westminster .Road to its present site' last June. Sir. Xourse thought they should certainly send a letter of apol- ogy'to Supt. Taylor, and-a motion done'was'made-by T. S. Mackenzie and passed, j Refund of Freight Assist. Vice President Peters, of the C.P.R., wrote saying he had ordered a voucher for made out, re- fund on the freight of the Lethnridge exhibit-to the Dry Farming Congress at Spokane. Regarding the refund on passengers who did not he said jthe matter belonged passcn- .ger aepartment, but he did not think the company could sec its way ;to grant the amount asked. He wa's thanked for the refund on the freight Wants Railroad Map The Nelson News, per K H Fes- edjtor, wrote asking "a of Southern Alberta, showing projected railroads. .The secretarv that if they a map all 'the railroads for which charters had nno.n granted they would sitaply cov- er it-. It was merely a question of bow many of the paper railroads thev wished to place oa map. The I being ust-1 in vhe board's litc-ravun- iook-ed over and considered "that it covered the field sufficiently, a copy was ordered sent to the Nel- son News. Never Sour Plione 1027 GILMOKE :.BAKER- '4 ;