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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1910 THK LBTHHMfVAi'iS DAILY I'AllK KDKVliN ABSOLUTELY NEW animals and downs to cut out arid stand up. Circus to set up. Real Canadian flag for top of tent. "HOW TO QET IT. Seiul Five Royal Crown Soap Coupons Cio wrappers.! or oue. coupon (6 wrappers) and 10 cents along with ydur name and addresa and we will send you this by return mail. No waiting. ROYAL CROWN SOAPS, LIMITED CALGARY MILADI PHONE 1224 s555 Mrs. 0. McClenaghan ami children loft last night to spend several montliB In Montreal and eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hardy, of Leth- brldso, are spending UK; week-end In the News Telegram. Mrs. W. V. Hsstsey, 1012 7tU Avenue iwutli, will receive ton-.orow after- noon informally tor .Mrs. John Hewer of "Winnipeg. W '.Mrs. .1. B. Wilkie. wltli her little daughter, left last, night to spend sev- eral months in Toronto with'her par- ents. Rev. .Mr. and Mrs. (Jeggio. lira. Kos.3 MugraUi. is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Neilson, here for a few days. Mr. Searle is an exhibitor at the poultry show hert> this week. Mrs. El W. Luckhardl and children, ol' Taber, Alta., who huvo been the guests of Mrs. Mcl'jwen, Twelfth ave- nue northwest, loft yesterday morning Wins Hazel Keith left yesterday for Medicine Hat to Bpeml the holidays with cousin, Mrs. Holier! Mourns, j Mrs. G. M. Stewart of .HeUeviUe. Out., has arrived in the diy to spend Christmas with her daughter, lira. R. T. Brymner. The young ladies of Wesley Sunday" school arc asked to meet to- night at 3 o'clock for tin- tableau at the church. Mrs. Manner, 126lh street, leaves today for Lcthbridge 10 spend Christ- mas with her Bulle- tin. t A meeting of those to join a new chapter of the Daughters cf the Empire will be held at the resi- dency of Mrs. DeVeber this evening at i 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited. 1 Kev. II. Cobbledlrk officiated at the wedding at Wesley parsonage Wednesday Morning at is Gift O ff O To the first 25 customers in our store Wednesday morning, we will give a Ladies' Dainty Plandkerchief value 500 Free Recipient can make own choice for Toronto, where they will spend yesterday of Miss Mary Pearson and the winter Herald.! Mr. Philip Wonski, both of Picture Butte. -Miss Bessie Wonski, sister of Mrs. S. B. Lofthpuse left last night the groom and Miss Laura C. Pear- tor Middlebury in connection with son, sister of the bride were the wit- the estate of her late uncle, Richard i nesses. Carter, president of the Green Monn-1 'tain Pulp Co., of that place. VAN A very pretty wedding was solemn- Her Excellency the Duchess of Devonshire has consented to become at ,the Pro-Cathedral on Tliurs: day night at S.30 by the Kev. Daan Vi Here is the Place to Buy Your Xmas Confectionery Hoilie Made Fudges, Peanut Brittle, Keith's Plantation Kisses, Popcorn Crispettes. The best Chocolates of all kinds. Home Made Peanut Butter, per ID......30c ..MADE WHILE YOU WAIT. Come in and see our assortment of Christmas Candy. Only 25c Ib. this week. _ Anyone purchasing 25c and over will receive a coupon entitling holder to a draw on a SEVEN JEWiEL ELGIN WATCH and other prizes. Also a calendar. Ask for Coupon. j, A Percentage of This Week's Goes to the Patriotic Fund. 60S THIRD AVENUE SOUTH patroness of the Ottawa Women's Paeet, when Miss Duxle MacMlllan. i Voluntary Aid Detachment, St. John's only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. Ambulance association. Her excel- MacMillan, of Cowley. Aha., was liency has always been keenly inter- united in marriage to .Mr. George II. lested in the work of the V.A.D. and I Van Allan, barrister, of Edmonton, .before leaving England her two I The bride entered the church accom- daughters, Lady. Maud and Ladylpanied by her. .father, and looked Blanche Cavendish, were engaged in pretty in a beautiful suit of violet tho. work there.. j panne velvet with trimmings of sable, opening oil a blouse of white ninon i On Friday evening last'Mrs. Bran-land point d'esprit, and wore a large: dow entertained her class of Wesley picture hat of violet velvet trimmed; Sunday School at her home. The girls with fur to.match, and carried a bou-; made their plans for the future and quet of white roses and lillies of the also elected new officers. The follow- i valley, j ing ia tho secretary's report: She was attended by Miss Fairy] dent, Miss Lingard; MacDougail, of Fernie, as maid of Miss Ivy Secretary, J'fiss honor, and Miss Eeba Jones, of Vic- Hendrte; Treasurer, Miss Hutchin- toria, B. C., as bridesmaid. Miss Mac- son; Librarian, Miss Porter; Pianist, Dpugall wore a smart suit of dark Miss Redmond; Press reporter, Miss green velvet, trimmed with mink, and Dawson; Convenor of social affairs. wore a hat of green veloilr, trimmed Mrs. McKerrow and Miss Speck. Af-; with Bulgarian silk, and carried pink ter the business meeting there was i roses and carnations. Miss Jones music and dainty refreshments were wore a, suit of white flannel with white fox trimmings', and neckpiece, and wore a hat of and gold, and To the first customer making the first purchase or over between the hour of 9 and 10 a.m., will re- ceive Free a pair of FANCY SLIPPERS STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN For the first customer making pin-chase of or over in our store between 10 and 11 o'clock, we will give a FANCY CREPE KIMONA FREE THURSDA Y, FRIDA Y, SATURDA YEVENINGS Judge and Mrs. Jackson are in Cal- gary the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. carried pink" roses and carnations. .The groom was supported by Mr. Neville R. Lindsay and Mr. Robert E. West. Judge Jackson attended the annual meeting of the provincial Bed i both 'barristers, of Ed- Cross society on Tuesday night, .wheti montqn. the following officers were 'elected: I After the ceremony the bridal party .His .Honor Dr. Brett is patron of the afijo.arned to the Palliser hotel, where society and the following are the of-, the reception and dinner was held. i fleers, president, R. B. Bennett, K.C., I M.P.; vice-presidents, E. D. Adams, .Calgary; Judge Jackson, Lethbridsc; 'Dr. Tory, H. W. Wood, president of the honorary see- j retary-treasurer; Miss PInkham; sup- erintendent of supplies, Mrs. C. B. Waagen, and auditors, Warwick, Mit- chell, Peat Co.. The marriage of Brenda Germaine, daughter of Sir Frederick and Lady Williams-Taylor, to Mr. Frank Duff Fraser, of Mauchester-on- private dining ropni was beauti- fully decorated witlu iiiuk and -white carriatiohs. Among the guests were, Mrs. Machiu, of Victoria, B. C.; Mr. MacDougail, of Femie, B. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Allan O'Qorman, of Calgary. 'The groom's' gift to'the pride was a little finger ring of platinum and dia- monds and the two bridesmaids, little finger rings, of pink cameo and coral. To" the groomsmen, silver mounted walking caues. After the reception Mr. and Mrs. Van Allan left amid showers of confetti and good wishes ___________ thc-Sea, took place December 14, at on the midnight train for Edmonton, Sir Frederick and-. Lady .Williams Taylor's home in Montreal. Madame Pauline Donalda came from New York i to sing at the wedding. .Miss Margaret I Henshaw' and Miss .Winnlfred Tail, of Montreal, were the attendantsand the best mail was William How, of jNew York. where they will reside." The .young couple -received many handsome presents, among them be- ing n'piano from'the'bride's parents. 'Herald. Mr. Van Allan is well. know'n in he was principal of West- minster'school a few years ago. Many Exhibitors Appear at Annual Poultry Show j is today entertaining: the 'feathered aristocrats of Western'Can- ada at the old Cosy Roller Rink oil Third St. S. Fifteen hundred pure bred chickens -and other fowl are on exhibit, and if .it is a somewhat small- er exhibit than the provincial show a ago, the quality is there. Among the aristocratic visitors is thelheau- tiful White Orpington, owned, by i Mrs. Cohatantine of .Carstairs, which cleaned lup everything 'in the male classes at the provincial show here a year ago: (nternationai Exhibition The fair this year is. of on'in: ternational character, for only To the first 25 customers giving a Xmas Groc- ery order between 11 and 12 o'clock, we will give a fine Xmas Tree Free Do Your Christmas Shop- ping Early. Only Four mofe days left. Shop early and avoid the rush Baa faparaj ForCkrutnu Ripe, juicy, SunkUt Buy a box to Uit nil week. them every day, Pheiu youtcfeater Uniformly Good Oranges PROHIBIT EXPORT OF FOODSTUFFS Brantford, T. W Crotheri writing to tho special local civic committee in resppnse_tp a report recent- ly prepared by that body on the 'high cost- of living, gives it as his opinion that the time ia ripe for the prohibition of exports of foodstuffs from east- ern Canada ;the al- lies. He declares that It is not time, however, 'g6vsra- ..ment to fix. a ..maximum price for canned: i other ar: tlclea. For the high price of butter he .blamed, the army de- mand, for cheese 4 _ WELLAND CANAL WORK MAY GO ON TILL MARCH St. Catharines, Dec. tho nontractora on the Welland ship caiial-havo been -notified to-suspend after the present season IB sllH aonio 'wotk to be on which will take until Marutu "The Perfect Day" is the day when you work in har- mony with law. Health comes from Harmony. Get in Harmony with Nature's laws by eating Shredded Wheat, a simple, natural, elemental food which supplies the greatest nutriment with the least tax upon the digest- ion. Try it for breakfast with hot milk or cream. Delicious sliced bananas or other fruit. Made in Canada. are there exhibits from the four wes- tern provinces, .but G. W, Irwin of Spokane, is here with 64 bantams with which he hopes to capture some priz- es. He Is out to give Westbrook Bros. the'Jocal bantam breeders, a run for frie prize money and he has a string of little.beauties in his> Mr..Ir- win IB a foimei Canadian.'having come from. Seaforth, Ont., but he has lived in, Spokane for six years. He Hkes Lethbridge, and the prosperity so evi- dent here. Edmonton .Judge Judging did not start until this at'-' Mr. Barker is unable to this year owing to illness. This 'will be the first show h'ei'e at which he has not judged for several years. 'Mr. Shackleion, the Edmonton Judge mived at one o clock Mi Woods busy at mne this morning' taking a: look over the birds on exhi- bition. 'Local Fanciers Every local fancier of course has his birds o'n display, and the following are here with exhibits" from outside points: G.' W. Irwin, Spokane, ban- tams: 'T: J.iand A. of Cal- gary, with Wyandottes .and Orplng- tonK; Dert Humble of Saskatoon, with Black Langshans; R. N.( Clarke, chief of" policed Vernoii, single and rose comb Rhode Island Hervey Robinspa, Vqrnon, White AVyandottes; H P Muiiloe of Tabor white Wjau dottes Mrs J I of High bantams and guinea Jowll-.I-liram Perrey ot.Gadsbjv geeee turkeys, buckeyes and Dark Cornish: Up. Loscy, Winnifred; Bnfred Recks; John Cuirle Medicine Hat with Silver Licecl Wm Currie 01 Jjedjclno Hat, lilack Orpirigtoh; G. C. Niirimo, Medicine Hat, single comb Black Minorca's; Kerr and McQuin- ness, Brandon; dark Cornish. Partridge Cochins and Bantams; John Morrison, Orossficld; Columbian "Wyandottes W. A. Moore. Medicine Hat r. Iteds, E Ilambhn Cultoiry Ham burgs and Black Wyandottes; M, Ross Barred nocks; J. G. Suss, Edmonton, Black Wyandottes; Jas. 0. Scott, Edmonton, Brown' Leg- horns- A. 'H. Wheeley, Syringa Creek, B. C., White and Black. Orpingtons; Richard Hall Lacombe, Houdaus; Nels L'inden, Lfeghorns; H. Kimber Fawcett, Calgary, Golden Seaorigl't Bantams; David Buchanan, Medicine' Hat. Single Comb White Leghorns; Mrs. Contantine, Cartairs, White Orpingtons; J. H. .Watt, La- combe, Dark Cornisli: .tohn W. Eck- ersley. Coal Creek, Black Leghorns; Allison and Fraser, Pincher. Creek, Brown Leghorns; Mi-. Charlesworth, Brandon, Dark Cornish; Sir. Handle- kow, 'Magrath, Barred Rocks; Wm. Witji the Xmas and New Year's Greet-- ing to old friends, enclose your Por- U-ait. It's Hie ideal re- membrance because 'it's tbe next best to n visit. i Rarlu Smith's Portrait Studio Ave. S. Pimna 1471 Edmonds, Calgary, Bantams, Ham- burgs; Neil McKellar, Tuber, duoks, Brahmasi R. I. Reds, gold and silver laced .Wyandottos; D. Lothian, L-a- conibe, R. C. Black .Mmorcas; C. Wyatt, Diamond City, white Wyan- dcttes; D. P. Woodruff, Magrath. white -and dark Cornish. Barred Hocks; Brail Bhlert, Magrath, barred ROCKS, Dark Cornish, black Minorcas, R. I. Reds, white Wyaudottes; Robt. Blythe, Medicine Partridge Rocks; H. Searle. Magrath. Barred Hocks: H. B. Kennedy, Medicine Hat, white crested black Polish; R. O. Allison, Pincher Creek, "Anconas; .T. B. Ririe, Masrath. Black Langahaus, Barred Rocks, White Rocks, White Wyandottes, R. 1. Reds, Buff Orping- tons, bantams, turkeys, ducks and seese; Tom Montgomerie, Medieim; Hat.' white' Rocks. The public is invited to visit the show. The admission is small and all proceeds go to the Sailors' Relief Fund, of which MayoriHardie is chair- man in Lethbridge. IN SESSION AT FERNIE NOW (Special to the Fernie, Dee. The com- mission to enquire into the high cost of living is in session here today. C- IIAVE YOU ONE I 0031E AX1) ITEAU IT II1 you have ona coiue1' anil some new records. We carry aa complete a stock as can he secured. Leave us your name and address and we will ssnd you a list of the new records listed each month. COME AND SEE US. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. "EVERYTHING frtUSICAL" 315 SIXTH STREET'SOUTH, (NEAR LETHBRIDGE. ;