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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monclny, Dooenibcr J�, 15)12. THK T KTHI^nTDftJ:! DATT.Y TTFJtAT.TI MILADI INDITED BY "INO" PHONES Oftlea 1224 Res. 111B Give give a something Trinket ? sensible A nice pair ol:' shoes or slippers Avould be more ap])rcMMatC(l than a cheap ring-'or other gcAV-gaw. If you don't know the svz(i Avorn guess at it and wo eaii change the shoes siftcr-wanls. AVo avUI enckise a note to that elTcet Avith the gil't. We have hIiwh at all in'iecs to suit all ages ill all Hie latest I'asliioiiable styles Wool Liiietl Moccassins, SlipiJers, are a novelty to sciMl home. W. J. NELSON & Co. f�20-3r(l xVve. S. Sheilock Block All naliitn feels Uic rcnoviitlnp force Of winter, only to Uic Uroughilcss aye Is ruin seen. Tlic trost conlraclcrt glebe Draws In aliundaiit vegctfthin soul, And j^aUicrs vigor lor llic coniinfi yuar. A .stronger glow sits on the lively olu-.eliirer rivers llow : tlicir sullen deeps, Transparent, open to the shepherd's gaze And iiiurnuir lioar.scr at the llxing; frost, -'I'liuin.wn : Seasons. Winlrr.    . Not receiving tomorrow : Mrs. S. .1. Shcphcr.;. * *  Mi.ss Hopkins, of tlie Oalt ho.spl-Uil siaf!, leaves tomorrow morning for Victoria, wllcre slio v.'lll reside in future. Miss Hlagbnru is pole ho.spital. ill at tlie Wini- while the latter is in the east vi.sit-ing New Glasgow, Ni'W York, Chicago and Toronto. �  * In'advertcntly the name of Miss Olive Davirs, a Deceinlji'r liride, was omitted ns one of (lin lionnr guests of Mrs. J. D. Mcl^eod's (ive hundred matinee on Friday, Those hidden werc'Mcsdaitfes Hnli, Mfilh, (iihbons. Little, James, Wnllwoik. Niven (Calgary), Uayniond and C-nrrelt ;wid the , Misses Dixon, IJavie.s and Archer. * * � Miss Queenic Tahor Imld an interesting piuno recital at l\er home on j Saturday afternoon in v.liifli Maisie Downian, Dorothy I'luircli, Hilda Church, Carl Sanrl'inisl, Dagner .Sandquist, Flossie Alilrhell, Ida Mc-Adoo, Marjory SlierUick, Louise .Smith, Dora .Sniltli and Margaret Ciibhons took part. 'I'he parents of the cluldien cnjoy- !ed tlic atlair, and the work of the little pupils spoke (ixceedini^ly well for the careful training;'they had received. At the conclusion of Uic recital musical games were in order, after W[g)J IBS Km; mwwHircsr.iwimnl ,BAKm{r- COSTS III NO III MORE THAN THE ORDINARV lll^^li KINDS MADE IN CANADA HUDSON'S BAY C If you wih make.ihi* j^our Gift.Bii]^ff quarters, you will be delighted tofind flow different tastes can be satisfied in tbit bni Below are a few useful Gifts to Ladies Silk Wauto Mrs. H. II. Lemon is ill with attack of bronchitis. an When you think o� taking lunch down town, think of The Brown Betty . Tea Room Our Chrlstmus "Pimpernel Chocolates have arrived. They and their boxes are "Christmassy" and may solve some vexed problems for you. Room 4, IVIacDonald BlocH. which dainty viands wmc served. ! Messiah.' eompfi.sing selections Irom "Tho Dr. and Rlrs. G. E. I.earmonth, of High River, Miss A. A Wonllard, of Mrs. 0. M. Hatch and daughters, ' Calgary, and Mr. Williatrt Xivcn, of ^vedncsdav cveninK T .ludllh and Phyllis, have returned Calgary, have arrived in tho city ^.^ Andrew w'ill r from a short trip to Spokane. I for the Moe-Davies nuptials, which The Gift Centre! Just Arrived ! Wo have Just received our fall sWpment of the celebrated Henry Rogers and Sons Knglish Pearl Mounted Silver plate, con-slBtlng of Fish Knives and Forks, Fruit Knives and Forks, Individual Butter Spreaders, Butter Knives and Sugar Shells....... Also Butter Dishes and Knives from $1.50 to $3.00. � Marmalade Jars and Spoons, $1.75 to $2.60, Cracker Jars, $4.00, One-Half Dozen FruTi: Knives in Case, $4.50. Those who appreciate a really hish-class'articlo (should inspect, these goods. E. A. EWERT Jeweller and Optician Oliver lilock Letlibrldge, AUa. rip to Spokane    Mr. White, formerly of tlio Lctli-hridgc-Wcyhuvn Realty Co., leaves tomorrow for iNIacleod, where he intends to reside in future. . . * Rlis,^ Hawdcn has issued invitations tor the Christmas closing of h6r pii-, vate school on Friday, Decemher 20, [ I at three o'clock.  * * Mrs. R. J. Gordon will he hostes>s \ of a niatinef. afiair on Wednesday in honor of Miss IClainc Conyheavo, a January liride-to-he.  � � The marriage of Miss Olive Davics to Jlr. Archibald M\dr Moe will he celebrated at eight o'clock this evening ill ,St.""Augustiu's church. i\Iiss Conlin will have charge oi Miss Canierou's millinery parlors, Ml'88 GOULD ENGAGED IjUkiewood. N.J., Doc. 15.-A7inonnce-ment of the engagoinent of ..Miss Helen Miller Gould, of New York, lo Finlcy J. Sheppard, a prominent railroad man of at. Ixjuia, was made this ar-ternoon, at tho rosidenco of Mr. and Mrs. Goo. J. Gould, here. .Mr. SUoppard has long boon prominently IdentlfiGd with railroad ami t'lnanuial affairs in the west. Ilu is at present assistant to tho president of tho Missouri pacU'lc, with offices in St. I.�uls. He is -15 years old. will he celebrated this evening.  * � I Mr. Uohcvtson, assistant acconnt-at the Hank of Montreal, loaves to^; morrow night for his home in Montreal. iMr. Robertson is sevcrins^ his connection with tho han!;thbridKe Herald: Sir,-Appearing in your Saturday's isEU'g either way fail to make tliotime, will meet him vxt the CluUiren's wick, to Mr. A. IT. Carr, of the Tar- either one of the above switches Home on -Ith St., S., on Christinas j)utt llusiness College, Calgary, morning. The Herald fund is growing beyond expectations, and this Christmas proniLscs to tc a real Christmassy Christmas for ail tlic little ones who take advantage of Mr. Santa Claus' visit to the home. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES MADE FROM ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR ly^elts away deliciously in the mouth when you eat it. Made from this flour, pie-crust js u triumpb-"tiie proud housewife's Joy, for it makes hev baking really worth while, Get a sack today and stop worryinj Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH The teachers of .St. Cyprian's .Sunday scho(d will meet at 8 o'clock on There will he a real Christinas tree Wednesday evening, at the Home as the centre of decor-  * ' ations, and all children will call The I'rotbeon Sewing club will about ten o'clock in tho mornini!; meet tomorrow evening with Mrs. when candies and nuts, oranges anil Roland ( rawiord, ri;il Thirteenth St. other palatable things will be dis- sle\' choir, assist-' ! r-d by i\lr. Al. .'-^ailowaki, solo violin, lo.ou ' will render special Christinas nuisic, Jmhj G^ycotic (>tx2�gxtr to Vacate; ;