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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December THE LETHBRIPGEBAILY HERALD Edited b y "Uno" Christmas in the Lethbridge-Stores other shades and black suitable for afternoon and general wear were Shown. The Beatley Company are now in and, i although-not quite settled, are doing1 a rushing- Christmas trade, and well they might, for the tempting things displayed upon their counters and in their show cases are worthy of a. city many times larger than Lethbridge The things'I was particularly attract- ed to here were the embroidered col lar bags, tie racks and dress shirt cases, in the wild rose, conventional i design. They were perfectly ing, and very reasonable, when one' Christmas Treats for Sunday Schools SUNDAY SCHOOLS au adults who par tte small am- The Sunday School.of Westminster ount cents and all children not Church, Xorth Lethbridge, is going to the Sunday school who Tfl Tl J? Vd- _ DJlT" 1 o to have its Christmas entertainment 15 eeilts ma.v come and enjoy .be served to the pupils at six o'clock. After that there will be .games, followed by a 'programme- of recitations and songs. The climax-of the evening.will -be a series of views illustrating-the people and customs of Palestine and Egypt, given and ex- plained by j. D. Higinbotham the superintendent The parents, as well as the children, will enjoy the evenin- and are Invited to attend. considers the work and the quality of The burlap" art linen and', crash used. pillows, braided in December 27.... It has always been. s aim of the Sunday school to ttna zealously prepared. It con- unique feature in connection withjsists of man7 things, and I am the programmers. well as always iTOu like to see and hear theirf all been so care- zealously prepared. It con- St. Andrew's'Sunday school will their Christma streat in Reding's Hall, on the evening of December 29, A short programme will be given bv the members of the Sunday school and every pllpil be recipient of 3, gift Everyone will be welcome The kiddies will be admitted free and the grown-up friends charged" fifteen cents. e programmes, well as always7011 having Santa Glaus to dispense is programme- Surly leaps out of all our pursed no matter how many excellent resolu- tions we make before going down town, for the bewildering array of at- tractive gifts that "are upon the ters aad in .the windows of a stores are so tempting that they -------_. Ljj_c uuicxi nec'c signs were artistic and reasonshi .-.u.cii. tumpar-j white smc 'l'he cllina has been the Others' try toln jembroidery. A chic touch to the gir- larped. and some of the dtStiS "hlCh hap- 1 nlo TT-IC- i t, vi. me UdinueSt nme-f- rm_ _ C! jtu- was a uiy bow at one side in the pieces of china imaginable have al made of the white chiffon, i ready been disposed' of A i Uie same material with which the of toilet accessories in dress was veiled. One truly magnificent gown that I an'i resist tellin .._ yellow ros- es, especially delighted and' ja set of the thinnest cups in odd .shapes tots remem-1 MenT Christmas. ..By Primary Class her these and when compar- tfancy Drill.By 4 Little Girls ing one year with, the others, try to Bolton [decide which has really..been the Drill..........Eight Small Girls Christmas. The" entertainment; Miss Waddington of 1910, it is hoped, and., judging from j -Vlne Tableaux .Uncle Tom's Cabin arrangements under way. will' Recitation...........Lucy Warren iy connot be resisted. I can set- tell vet: Palest pink satin, but space the Of in-- be seen in our black stores, I know there are hosts of t to be seen, but we women variably put off the dire minut_ u the eleventh hour for the selection of I Sins" gifts ior the men of our families, for manr the Tery most crea-: ati02s -ally find accept- and appropriate gifts for. edged, with tiny roses Will. At McDonald-Company, every SO that it permit me describing it clerk "so busy- that there '-was no-i-emrae the lovely afternoon" frock., or two prove to be one of the happiest For some has been an air of mystery prevailing. -The" com- of the entertain- course, ut the suit 10Tel-V warren Suart Dance ...........Senior Girls A. Morgan Play....................Red Pepper Twelve Children Santa Claus appears God Save.the King Mesdames Packer, Cook, Kirk, King known to j Waddington and Miss' fho, -rfn-n Ten haVP ____ -aui c.cij. ,so tnat it is to surorise to PV God Savp thp TTmo- rs -a althou-h that used together, have this Fash- you are looking for a truly" appreciated Christmas erenins shawls" in all the "pastelle this line visit this store 5ilades- The Spirit of Christmas Alack-a-day: 'Tis Christmas time again, and I fore-; know That we e'er long, it's spirit -will out- grow. That which was once a day of peace and cheer Will be a day of trade, cold, insincere' Monday elaborate and modish it I haven't even mentioned. sorts of Christmas tvere shown, and t ,.were decidedly .reasonable. dialogue. l must not forget by any means the the adult bible class'to the wee. sctlolars .themselves who have will- boys and girls of the primary, there up their other pleasures is complete secrecy. The only people Ito hard work in getting jip their sep tell you some of the hosts' There at E. J. ___ couldn't very well decide to v things to Clarke Company of showing and most rea- Jn the city, Qent of dainty and acceptable neckwear is well investigating when you are mafc y. e ony people r wor n getting jip their sen who are privileged to appear several arate parts. They hope" every- -arent -j times are the members of the a11 friends wm comedo St iniaster orchestra, and no one who I Angnsdn's hall on Tuesdav evenina: I has heard them play once can wonder at 8 o'clock to see their n at that. The committee, in .'charge- of the e treat i, also uniaue feat- Sundav at 8 o'clock to see their entertainment This momins athar patterns no artistic understanding of appro-'" garments. A dainty little frock I was shown was built was white witn a hair strine of black. It! day afternoon and ROMAN CATHOLIC SABBATH .SCHOOL The Sunday school classes of St Patrick's church will have their Christmas tree on Tuesday, Decem- ber 27, at 3 o'clock in the school hall. A short programme will be render- ed by the pupils, after which the re- wards will be distributed according to attendance and merit. We .would gladly extend invitations fA f getdne married won't do it unT T um i .0 Always satisfying and enjoyable at even- meal oecause it is a good, sensible, pure ._------solid cream cheese and always fresh all the nutriment of the purest quality left in JuW h bftst cream procurable and prepared in an "Improved" wlv in a scrupulously clean factory. up in wL'tP i and in pure tin foil, temptingly readv to servp ton's is a little better than ordinarv 'cream iHF a delightfully palatable.tang that vou of In every home where discriminating tastes we vail, you will eventually find this particularly resistible delicacy, you will enjoy every mnr Ask your grocer for it every time and sorve ir next time you dine. ll ;