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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Siiltmla.V. Mi. TITK 1 J-yriTW? ITXiF DA TLY 1IKRALD Page 13. S A VISIT TO TOY DEPARTMENT 7n the Basement will surprise you, for here we have gathered together from all parts of the world a splendid collection of all kinds of Toys, Dolls, Rocking Horses, Games, Sleds, Toy Musical Trains, and a thousand and one other things to delight children. We also have a fine selection of Gifts for the Older Folks. All lands of Christmas Tree Decorations and Ornaments. TELEPHONE 555: fL McCREADY, Managing Director MILADI (Continued'from pngp J'.rs. Downer-, who never looked helter, was wearing black crer.e nili- e.n veilinpr, satin, with exquisite Oriental insertion in paddy green shades. Miss Downer anil al- :lrnclivi: hi pink satin with an o'vor- idres.s of ninon, much adorned with silver, and .crystal bandings. iMIsj Begin kmlced lovel'.' 'll peach ;slk null! with .lace, accessorial. Miss the lionoj guest, -.uas simply iroclfcd in a while em- broidered The guests enjoyed d'diic.'nj; in the .spacious hall -room, wbere the tlonr was in pcricc! condition. Crimson amber shaded lights liinuscd "a glow over the At 111? conclusion .nf the tentli (lance, a most ini'itlt was ser.e'I, after wliicli dancing was re- sum nl fur Vigil L additional numbers. DALRYMPLE ''I'lic marriage or Kdith Kathleen, third tlaiighlj'r'iji- Me. and Mrs. -las. Dalrymiiie, to Frederick John 'Crtley, i-Mi'st, son of Mr. .and .Mrs. .lolm Kredi-rick' riiLfiy, ut "The Mrrtnn I'nrk, Surniy, Kng., was Long will deliver one.r.n "what uesilay, caiecliism class -1.30 p.m. anil reaj C'hrislmas living.'V Mr. Stmi'sr.n 7.iiO p. will in: CIIDKCII SERVICES A. A Lytlr, pastor, wiil [jrL-a'jh at at liish noon IcA.y al the HAI'TIST Her. W. l.L'viM', pas'l'ur, A-'ill' prcncli at 'stTiiCt'S. 1 .fl.ni'. i'llll 7.'iO p. ill. Sunflay scharl njil-'iiililu class ;i in. iMid-wd'i siTiicp U'cOaesilay 8 in. WifaniaT-s cortjially welcome. FIRST n.VIti'II OF CIIKLST of the Drule s parents. i) j SCIKXTIST-Hemces Th.nl -St.. .S. Only -p.m.. Sunilay ol the hrKle anil. J 1-iO-p.iu., "Is ths groom Her. W. W. Kry- HIM Cll-Hcv. I; 1. ofltcialed at the ceremony.' CLUBS ,AND SOCIETIES' Ail Nc-L'tHe-work Club will not until Monday, January S. Two ink-res addresses will he at- the Missionary mci'ting of Vvvsh-v Kpxvorlh League on .Monday iplii. jVliKs Gidtiings will give an Prrrv, niislni-, uill nrc-aclv at liOili scrvi'-'c.s. Morning siibji'd, Mc.st rOxTolk'llt Way." subject, force." tfsLiinonial ni'.'ei- S p.m. The reading room is to evoi'yoiH1 day from -1 u. -The BrotherlmesH oi .Irsns." ,iay school anil Ailull lliblo -eta 3 1'ITV HAPTIST ST. I'Al'L'S KIK.ST LI'THiSHAN j Orooin, pastor. the home of Rev. Cirant, Rev. U'illuni l.itt-h has hreii con- 150.1 Sixth Ave., S., Sunday, lie- ilncling very niifsion ci-ir.lirr' lilh. Sunday srhoul 2.30 p. uces. Snnfiiiy hsl.a 'record aJclrcss on1 "Chrislnias gctlinir and ni. Tliere will be no services, as the j irrcialii.n to hear the Iliicnt Christmas and Mr. HenHon pastfr will iirrach at WanuT. Wea-i orator and each week nitilil remark- inMyTuic services iiiivc licrn- liclil. On .Siindnv ni'Xt there will he special mornjij; service 'nt 11 a.m., u.'jn's mcetin.'; iJ-m. evening ser- vice, at Mr. hiieh' has liecn pcrsuadeii to 'prolong i-.is sfriy al llll! cliurch uniit Wcilne.sday, Ueccinbcr 20th, so all shoala-avail .of tile fill'-' tiler u.eeii nigli! msK-UiiLrs at S p.m. FIFTH AVJi. JIAI'TIKT CHURCH ficrvices. Morning Jl a.m. I Sunday scllotil 3 p.m. Kvi ;vicc p.m. .Ml are cordially wel- come. H. McKinnon, pastor, i CHURCH OF Fifth .streel, south Service al 3 p. m., whrii U. Ryan, of Washing- ton, travelling evaiiKelisl, for the Church of Chri'sl-in llie province oj Allierl.ii, 'will preach. I'lihliu cnrdiiilly HKIIF.AX HIHLK SCHQOI, is held evcrv Sunday'at j-i }i.m. at 512 lull slrecl, south. A 'cordial invitation is cxleudcd to hpth fol.I ami young to attend this school. Tuesday -evening at S. "Prayer mcet- special invitation is given lo any ing on Wednesday evening at 8. Flv- [pursons, who have hcen connected i cryliolly heartily welcome, x Svil.li churches of Christ A schoolboy named Fred Uagjctt ii'oled at the Leeds, England, muni- cipal election, recording his Elsewhere. ST. CYPRIAN'S CH'URCH (An- Stll .Aye. and IH.h St. Bin ana iiin OL. j-Morniug Prayer I the ljark lane council school, which 'll a.m'. Evensong at p.m.. attends. His mother that 'Hilili! Class ami Sunday School at 3 i the house was in till' boy's name, p.m. The of An- .'ili-cw; will meet in the closu of the uvcning service. O.ERMA.N' KVAXGKljfCAI.. 'will he held .at 7111 'SIxlernMi St., N'otlh' Letlib'ridge, at j 10.30 a.m. anil will be conducted by .Mic Hev. (I. A. Kroth in the '1'lie Ocn'naiirsp'cajiing" pop- ulace is cordially ST. AXnitKW'S of Thirteenth- 'street and StH'ntli hvcniic north. Minister, Rev.'W. W. Uryilen, Si.A. Sunday I a. 'ni.m. and p.m. .Sunday school at 3. Societv of Christian Kiideavor on but that it was the lirst time The Waltham watch-has been the fanner's closest companion for over half a century. Every owner is proud of the time his waidh keeps. "It's Time You Otnird SontI fnrcICFcriplivc booklet. WALTHAM WATCH CO., _ Montr ol, CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS FOR CHRISTMAS There is nothing more suitable for a Christmas Gift than ,.a box of our choice cut flowers or a-beautiful plant, fern, or palm. s CUT''FLOWERS, Victoria Holly; Holly Wreathes, Mistletoe and Evergreen Wreathing Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums, Violets, Lily of Valley, Hyac- at lowest prices. inths, and Narcissus. lou will most beautiful show or flowers if you visit our store Cyclemeft, Begonias, Primula, Geraniums, Primroses, Cineraria, Poiri- and greenhouses and we extend to the public a hearty invitation. Out settia, Celestial Peppers, Jerusalem Chenies, Hyacinths, Narcissus, greenhouses are electric lighted and will be open every evening until Lily of Valley, Ferns, Fern Pans, Palms, and Rubber Plants. after Christmas. Place your orders early and we will assure you prompt and safe delivery to any part of the city. Phone 577 THE TERRILL FLORAL CO. Cor.lltliSt and 4th Ave. ;