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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I Wednesday, Dwcmber 20, i i i.'Tff lif'1 IKJI'; DAiM'.. It. fctitd _ toUUn brown crutt, flaky lomf, U ROBIN HOOD 'Sold Q bitals. ROBIN HOCD MOOU rMUUL ftMUN WOO CYRHIAN'S1 SUNDAY SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT (Children Had a Glorious Time Last In Harper's Hall t As liapjiy a baiitl of. children as ev- T gathered togaiJiur in hethhririgc were the -scholars belonging to St. Idyprian's Church Sunday miliool, field, their annual "tea and in Harper's Hall last night, (lariies were played for an 'hour, find ;it lia'ir past five, the youngsters I sat down (o a fesisf, of gooil thljigs, I which had been'provided by the lad- lies of the congrog-.rtlon. At eight I o'clocli, tlie pi'Ogramiiie for the ev- 1 onlng ..before an audi- I cnce whieh complWoly filled the I hall. The opening: number was a I patriotic song, sung by Air. Straksr, tho talented choirmaster of tho uhunili, the chorus of which wau tiling liy the Sunday school children. Then songs hy (he primary class. tho senior boys and girls. "The Unexpected .Gnost" :i irtaylet, was capably performed by two of the class ladies. Miss Stewart and Miss GeoKohan, assisted by lia'if u children. The I'eiitun; of Iho evening was a play, "The Great performed" by a score' of liui .senior scholaiH, who showed evidence or careful training, Jimmy Kingston. I as Jack Frost, was the alar ei1, and displayed histrionic ability of no mean order. At the conclusion io-f the.iilay Santa Glaus 'dropped in and distributed the ftifts from n gcv- geous Christmas tree. Littlo "N'orn Wellington a. hundsojiip tuu lisuida of tlie rector, liev. t'anon having obtained i tln> highest number of marks Uurjng the HChool year. STEAMER BLAMED FOR COLLISION Doc. Admiralty rojforL loiluy 'round thai ihu AVhlto Slur Olympic wan rcftjton- HlbJc for Hie collision with tho Hrl- fish iiiotfictud cruiser near. OHJfnriK) Hay, on tl'fc north ahlo of Uift'lHlu or Wight, on Soiilcmbfir 20 laBt, While (lio judgment of UK> court iliulii the owners of tint liner 01- j ymplc on ;ill pofnlfi raised at tliw IrliU. and a deciuion is given for C'oiiinmiider Win, It. Ulunt, of Uin IhtwUfi, ivltli costs, in Iho auk brought against htm :by tho owners of tlie liner, the cross suit brought Ity ihfi Admiralty thu owners or the Olympic failed on Iho tlc'oneo raised by tlieui of compulsory ing. The liner was in charge of a pilot nl the time of pUio collision, mid this is compulsory on all vcwMfi siifliiig in that .parr of tint liritisli CCQSt. In the cross suit, brought by Iho Ad m I''ally eaeh side piy tte own and iho effect of the de- cision is that, neither side is miilcu-d in damages. BIG LAND IN SASKATCHEWAN Winnipeg, Dec. million liundred thous- and dollars cash has been paid by the N'ortli Saskatchewan Land Co., to tim Canadian Northern Ua'ivay land for an.'es of Iiuul nc'iir 1'rince 'I he doal was put through- by Oar- iiUnn and iicKae, and the new f1'1'.-: will th 3 land lie I'uviners of the American Middle Weal and (Iron! TJritnin. NAT. GOODWIN SETTLES 1 WITH HIS WIPE I Santa Anna, Cal.. Dec. the o" tht: four ufjeuinon-.H fiied for record In cuinuy ronrt. horo todcy, N'n! Goodwin, tho 'ictor, iisij gntilc'l all qlahns hold iuilnni r'-ira bv hi> former H.-ina flood- cridi Goodwin, for pum of I H tt'ng agreed, aecordinj: to the pa- I pnrs filer! today, that flood win would disnrss tho suit ho brought in An coles against, his former wife, and she in tiirji was to n'lh-u'ish n'l 1 claims for an equal uivioioii. iJjbaaujtssBaaE See our assort- rnent of Table Raisins The'finest selection ever shown in the city. FOR Fancy WASHINGTON Prise Apples" Special; this We A 2.25 per box 2.35: box OUR SANTA 1CIAL Has just pulled in with a great consignment of Christmas delicacies. Come in Whether you buy or not. See our stock, all new and up-to-date. Read care- fully, then take advantage, of Kerr's prices and phone 1 453. McVITE PRICE'S fi'iiit luvuili- iced hi.artistic designs, eiglit varieties ID choose from. only, eacli................. 00Q Shortbread, per -SOC LANG'S Tnntaihm Shortbread, per tin. Forfar Shortbi'ead, per tin -SOg SITARWOOK'S IMPORTED ENGLISH DELICACIES Ground Almonds, !-iJ lb. tins ...-......i -35C Frnit Salad in. China Ginger in glass Salted A hnonds per I in Assorted Fruits, per bottle...............JjOc Anohovuis in oil, per bottle ,.............40G Glnce and Grystallixed Cherries, per'box. -50c Clicr.ri.cs in Marasquin, per bottle ......'.Q5C CROSSE BLACK WELLS PICKLES JLixed, Onion..Chow Chow, Walnut, Oi-.ii.-kins, Per JMJT do.ssort Eosedulc Sliced 1'caciic.s. Ti-y n I in of Kosetlale Sliced Apricol.s. -20S Try a (in of .Koscdalo lloyal Aim Clicrrio's Try a I in of Kosodnle Pours..............3SC .Try a lin NEW ARKIl'AJ.S Tomatoes, per pound............SOG Lc'l'tucc. 1 lie Hothouse Leiliice, per pound -406 Caiilil'loVer, pei' liead.................25C (.'uciinibci's, cadi .......'..............156 Hhuharh. per pound 12 C Casalias. each 50C Bru.ssel iSproiits, pei' pound ............25C (.'AU'FOKNIA NAVAL OKAXGES (iootl 'color, sweel and iiiicy. dox 40- 50' .Leinous, large size. ]ier Fruit, for....................25C Alnieria drapes, per jiound............25C' QRDER EARLY AND INSURE PROMPT DELIVERY GEORGE KERR CO. PHONE 1453 Have. Fozl Ordered Your Christmas 'Meats We have tlie very choicest TURKEYS DUCKS GEESE WILD DUCK; CHICKEN MOOSE VENISON Just brought in loj- the Christmas Trade. G. A. Phone Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week iSTITUTE NEW SYSTEM BOOKS City.Will try new Method Next Year-Police De- partment'Report AI ycsicrdiiy niurnuDii's mrcl'ii" of Hie ci'l.y coiuicll 1 he first re- jiort. of (III.1 llnancrs was roccivi-il. In tin Iptifv U that in hituri1 a inonliily I ii-ncia! slaU'lliCllt niiglit .be. cXJinctcil as now system of bnnliteliing lia'l insti tin isl. Kcmiisly aplH-aioil lu as'; had lirpii dour .with liis claim fur clamap's cause ii by HIP hi.s shop'last snmmor. It was fciaml llial Hie rity scllcilov who li.ul Ijeni asntd tu report the niatiei: lui! not 'lone so, Mr. Keiini'ily u-ils informed HIP ilainagc woiilil bir ren.vdicil-v.'hrn Ibis report was re- ceived. The report of I lie f.'liirf of I'olice sliowcil thai, a total of had bron rccjivcil troin, lines, etc., in his dejiarti'ii nl miring. the month of November. City Knglncpr Blnncliarcl also siib- 2-1 111 ieii'orl slion-lng that (he outside was pTaclically rnniplrtpd for the winter, lie also made a iwommnKlntioji for (he posi- tion, of street sii'.ientiteiiiiinf to take the place of Oeo. .Scuiiiiin, resigned, bill his report laid over for the consideration of the council. The iwxl re.nuliii- meetinp: of Ibe council will lip On ''an. 3. 1912, when j the new aldf-nnen will he sworn in. j Aeeordins; lo ihe bylaw covering the i first council mcHing of .Hie year, the. cotmeil will liavc lo convene in the evening at S o'clock. They will then decide at what lioiir council meetings Th'jre is little1 An order in council WM paused abv olishir.g the close season <6r white fish during November In the waters of Lake lirie "6rf tbe counties of1 Nor-' BOLD BY KERR CO. ;