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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 20. LETH.BRiDG-fl TL Y HE K AL MILADJ EDITED BY "INO" Olfct 1224 1116 Tlie chief charm or Christmas is Its tlinullcUy. It Is a festival that penis to everyone, because everyone can understand It. A jjoiiuluo fellow- ehlp pervades our common fel- lowship 'whose source is our common thare in the gift of the world's sroat- life, which was slvcn to the whole Heed Klinlinll. Christmas was at hand In all his .ultiff and hearty honesty. It was the season of hospitality, merriment and .oiien-hoartedness. Tho old year was 'lirepiirlnB, like an ancient philosopher, ,tb call his friends around him, and :amld tho sound of feasting and 'rev- elry, lo puss gently and ealmly invay. Mr. B. C. leaves shortly for board, and piano, Mrs. Jollffe gave practical of 'what had been accomplished, and while the children were-working answered mies- tions, and kept up a running cxplan atory comment, which was most Inter esting to the audience. various preliminary exer- cises, tbe following piano programme was rendered: First part of duet Betty Xourse. Two melodies Charles Nourse. "In Sunimc-T" Mary Margar- et Stafford. "What the Daisies Said." "Patter, patter, came the Raindrops" (Nettie Virginia Daniels. First part of duet Margar. Rev. T. P. Perry will return from a trip to Edmonton this evening. i .Mrs. L. II. .leliff will spend a few ;days at Christmas Mr. Jelifr at the -ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hedley are com- fortably settled in their new homo, 1204 Seventh nvenue South. Major W. 13.'Burnett, who IB reliev- et Stafford. "Tile Clock" The All Welcome lllblo class o( Kuox church met al (he home ol Dr. Mel'lure last evening. The main business was the election ol which resulted as follows ('resident A. Held. W. IV Sherd. Al. Tlbb. W. S. Meltae. .lean Klewart. Convener ol .MenVwrship Committee A. Waterman. Convener of Welcome Committee- Mr, J. Uutherfonl. Convener of Musical Committee Mr. MacGougan. Mary's Men's Society held their fourth whist drive and social 0! this season in Unity hall last night. EigbV teca tables were in use and sixteen hands were played. A remarkable game ftas played by little Miss Ger- tie .Shaw, ten year's old, who wen the ladies' first 'prixc, a silver-plated fruit howl with a score of 119. The second ladies1 prize, a silver plated lonhon dish, went to Mrs. llrooks. The gents' (irsl prize, a handsome carving set, was won by Mr. 1'errc- nent, the second prize' Anastasla Skeith. "John Stout" (Miss' Bet Nourse. "Cradle "Merry Butterflies "Swing Song" (Nettie Ellsworth Lucy Nourse. "Goodnight" (Nettie Ellsworth gold tin by Mr. G. Ciiiswiek. Cmisola- (Nett tion prizes went Mrs. J. fiurraml 'See-Saw" (Margaret Galbraith. Ru -Emma. Green and Evaline Ibey, wh nave joined Mrs. Jellff class ver recently, wore not far enough advau ed to piano selection. At the close of the recital Mrs. Je rti me close 01 me recital Mrs Je Ing the customs officer at Frank, will ]lfr was wnrml congratulated b ImlYIU ftlricfmne I i present, especially the parent ,-rotum home for Christmas. Mr and Mrs.. W. J. Black, of Mac- 'ieod, will be Christmas visitors with Mr. and -Mrs. .1. H. Fleotwood. Mr. T. M. Burnett, of Bellevue, will spend Christmas with Major W. B. and iMrsi Burnett. cf the children taking part, who.wer simply delighted with the progress s clearly shown. Although Mrs. Jeliff- has had sue great success with little children, he specialty is advanced work. one of the few who have applied thes practical methods to the 'work of the little ones. Mrs. Salmon and aon, TVIr. II. C. C. Salmon, leave tomorrow to enjoy the! The dance held in the S. O. E. ha! -Christmas vacation with friends :Wattsburg and Cranbrook! Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Lethbridge, and >ion Hulme, leave tomorrow morning to spend the.winter Mr. and Mrs.-R. E. Skeith, and fam- ily, accompanied by Mrs. leave tomorrow morning to spend mas season in Seattle. Miss of Nanton, who lias been staying with Hev. J. B. and Mrs. Pickle, while attending High school, leaves for home tomorrow: morning: Miss Stella Drown, who Is attend- ing Alberta College, Edmonton, is ex- pected home tomorrow to spend the' yuletlde with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Drown. last, evening by the Chosen Friends was a distinct success, some seventy five couples being'in attendance. The light fantastic was tripped to music rendered by Gaskell's three-piece or- chestra, and an inviting menu was served at which danc- ing was again in order. The whose 'efforts re- sulted in such success, were: Ritchie, Mr. Collins and Mr. Mock'ford. Mr. Davidson, nnd Mr. Mockford. Fairhurst and Mr. Davidson, Anderson, Mrs; Mahon, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Waddell, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Fox and Mr; 3rown. Mr. Reginald Clark, of Medicine Hat, will spend Christmas wit friends'in the city. Mr. arnii Mrs. Smith, ot Sundial will he Yuletide visitors with Mr and Mrs. J.' V. Cook. A goodly number gathered in th auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. yester day afternoon to hear the piano recila of the little pupils of Mrs. Jeliff. Th( performance of the children was mos creditable, and the progress they havi imide.iirt.be comparatively short time ulnce Mrs. Jeliff inaugurated her elasses. is simply .wonderful. Using the blackboard, dumb key 'When you think of taking lunch down town, think of The Brown Betty Tea Room Our Christmas "Pimpernel Chocolates have arrived. They nnd their boxes are "Christmas- sy" and may solve some vexed problems for you. Room 4, MacDonaid Block. Mr. W. Carter. The following pro- gram was rendered Flower Girl's Song Dream I'crmnent. Mandolin Imps-Como back to Perrement. Solo Geo. C. ChisK-ick. Ugly Ar- nold. Mrs. .1. Gurr, Miss Arnold and Mr. I'. Collins the accompan- ists. After whist refreshments u-ere serv- ed, and dancing continued till 1 a.m. under direction oi Mr. Arnold, who acted as M. C. during the even- ing. Rev. n. Popham thanked the ladies who managed the refresh- j nents so well and helped in other j ways. HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S mas Hampers A Gift That Will be Appreciated -eminently appropriate as a gift from an employer to his married employees from appreciative Boarders to their Landlady.-from a thoughtful Son to his Mother or to ship to distant Friends UNIVERSITIES. !G A BIG TT -r, ,a oiu- j-iiiuipcr JHisinoss lias so far this sea- son been most gratifying, and demonstrates to us that the citizens of and District are fully alive to the excellent values we are Kivmg. trouble or expense has been spared in getting together I he finest products of the world especially for these Christmas Hamp- ers, so. that our i'airous may on Christmas Day fare as sumptuously as the millionaires of York, Paris or London. Wo have to date received orders for shipment to points beyond iMliiionton on the north to as far east as to British Co- lumbia on no greater tribute to the excellent values would be possible. Many'local employers have already placed orders for our Grocery Hampers as a married em- appreciate it beyond a.doubt. These Particulars of the Contents and Prices Dbject to Proposed Statutory Limitations and Appdal to History London, Dec. The Scottish Cn- ersitics have sent to all the. Hcot- sli members of parliament a pro- si against the action of the Irea- iry in ordering that an inclusive ass ice he substituted for the in- ulass fees which have been CrbSIDLOCIv-lUjLIT nmnded hitherto. This they rc- (Ihe home o Jin Dean Yules, oi as infringement upon 'the Harner, was the scene of a pretty ot t.hcir The wedding on Wednesday afternoon at protest savs lorn, o'clock, when Miss Aile.cn Gladys Unit became the bride 0E Jir. I reorganized the Emil Herman Gumdlock, both of on the basis of Warner I niosl absolute slate p[ supcrvi- in o1 llor Wine and Spirit Hampers ring service was used and was performed' by the Rev. C. Grant, of Lelhbridge, in the presence of about twenty guests. The bride, who was given away by Mr. Vales, wore a smartly tailored suit of navy blue serge. Her brides- maid was Jliss Eva Eagleson, who Prussia of Berlin on .the basis of the utmost possible aca- demic freedom and this great prin- i "'e soon found its wav sm-irtu- taiinrni e 01 soon round its wav other German universities. 1 he results oi these strongly con- trasted policies are well known and was -wearing a prcHv costume of blue messalinc silk. The groom was I wlt1' meaning lor supported by Mr. Randall Bryant i present tiir.v In 186-1 Hen- After the ceremony a dainty Ted- tclt, u ding supper was sewed Mr anl, i out to tell his countrymen Unit Mrs. Gunrblock left a trip to Min- German univcrsi- icsota. points and on their return tlCS, tllc ,'f -of ''rancc v''erc in v.n take up their residence at War- disease, and now with some measure of restored freedom the French uni- versities have entered on a per- iod of intellectual activity and pub- wise who CLUBS AND SOCIETIES At a meeting of the members of he Fifth avenue Baptist Church, held n Wednesday evening, in the church, was decided to call a council con isling of delegates from the neighbor ng Baptist churches to examine their astor, _Mr. C. B. illcKinnon, with a lew of-ordaining him to the ministry. Tea Table Talks people do .not drink enough Medic.nl men know the cleansing vnlne of copious liquid draughts. )Vhal, more refreshing'bevernge than well-made Ton? it is tho" nn.iversa! drink. And the hest in Ten is lic usefulness. In Prussia the foresight of the authorities were responsible for the creation of the universities of Ilerlin laid the foundation of authority which is wiUiolll equal in Europe. The Ger- man universities arc unique as cen- tres of intellectual life and their iu- llucnce among Ihe German people is Very great. -Plain leaching of history Is not to )e ignored. Hie universities of Scot- lam! must remain free in respect of their teaching and of their interim- i tional administration." Hamper No. 1 1 Bot. H. Co's Special Vintage Port. 1 Bot. II. Co's Old Sherry 1 Bot. 11. U. Co's Niagara Port 1 Bot. 11. B. Co's Black Cherry Wine. 1 Bot. H. B. Co's Ginger Wine ,l..Bol. H. u. Co's Clarel C Bottles. Speight 30 Pounds. Price Hamper No. iS 2 'Hot's H. n. Co's Old HVB J Sot.' H. B. Co's Fine Olii'tjcotch 1'Btit. If. B. Co's Cognac Brandy 1 Hot. 11. B. Co's Malt Whiskey 1 Bot. H. B. Co's Blade Cherry Bots. II. Co's Xiasara Port. Scot's H. n. Co's Catawba Wine 1 B. Co's St. Julien 'Claret 1 Bot. H. B. Co's Ringer Wine 12 Bottles. Weig-hf ,50 Pounds. Hamper No. 2 1 Bot. IT. B. Co's 5-Year-Old liye 1 Bot. H. B. Co's Fine Old Scotch 1'Bot. H. B. Co's Pale BrandV 1 Bot. H. B. Co's Special Vintage Port 1 Bot. H. B. Co's St. Julien 1 Bot. H. B. Co's.Ginger Wine Bottles. Weight 30 Pounds. Price Hamper No. 4 3 Bot's II.. B. Co's Special Rye 1 .Bot. 11. B. Co's Finest Old Highland 1 Bot. H. B. Go's Diamond Bran- dy 1 Bot. H. B. Co's Cherry Whiskey 1 Bot. H. B. Co's .llalt" Whiskey" 1 Bot. H. ,13. Go's Old London Dock Sherry 1 Bot. H. B. Co's Special Vintage Port 1 "Bot: II. B. Co's Niagara Port 1 Bot. H. B. Co's St. Julieu 1 Bot. 11. B. Co's Ginger Wine 1 Bot. II. B. Co's Old Tom Gin 12 Bottles. Weight 50 Pounds. Price Grocery Hamper No. 13 5 to Turkey.. 2'Ib .Cape Cod Cranberries 2 Plum Pudding 2 Ib Mince Meat 2 tins Tomatoes or French Peas 2 Ib Finest Table Raisins T Bot. Goodewillie's Preserves 1 Ib Tai.Ms Figs 2 Ib New Jllxed Nuts 1 Ib H. P. Fancy -Mixed Biscuits Ii Oranges 2 Ib Malaga Grapes 1 Ib Box Assorted Chocolates 1 tb C. B. Strawberry .7am 1 Bot. C. B. Pickled Walnuts 1 Box Somebody's Luggage 3 Ib Tin H. B. Co's Special Tea Weight 70 Pounds. Price Hamper No. 5 1 Dottle Hudson's Bay Go's F. 0. B. Scotch 2 Bottles Hudson's Co's Special Rye 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Special Brandy 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Fine Old Irish I Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Cherry Whiskey I lioliio Hudson's Bay Co's Jamaica Rum 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay CO'B Old Port Wine I Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Old Sherry Wine 1 Bottle. Hudson Bay Go's St. Julien I Bottle Hudson Bay Co's Cherry Wine 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Ginger Cordial (12 Bottles) Weight .10 Pounds Price MEN WANT TO HAVE FUSAL MAY MEAN STRIKE Jl London, Dec. (lie shipown- ers decline lo meet the men in con- ference nil the question of the estab- lishment oi a board, which is the only thing that will satisfy ihc sKimcn, (lie latter will demand an advance in adequate with the enormous prosperity nf owners, accnnllllK In circnlal issued by. llavelni'k Wilson, secretary of I lie. National Seamen's Union. Hilsnn believes thai, the lime is ripe for a conference and Knys if Hie shippers dn mil cninplv with this ru- qiicst Ihc mos uiSl strike. Hamper No. 0 1 Bottle Alonticcllo Bourbon 1 Quart. Champagne 1 Bottle Hudson's Bav Co's 7-Tear-OId Rye 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Finest Blended Scotch 1 Bottle Hudson's Hay Co's 3-Stor Brandy I Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Old Lodqe Port 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Old Bcdesa Sherry 1 liottle Hudson's Bay Co's Old Claret I Bnttle Hudson's Bay Co's Blackberry Brandy I Bot lie Hudson's Bay Co's Domora'ra Ruin' 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Nicholson's Dry (iiu I Dottle Hudson's Bay Co's Cherry whiskey 112 Bottles) Weight .30 Pounds Price .fill.00 Extra Special Old Country Hamper No. 15 Id Ib Turkey 2 Hi Cambridge Pork Sausage 1 tb Cranberries 2 11) Plum Pudding 1 Ib Tin Fancy Table Halsins 2 Ib Mixed Null I Ib.New.Flgs I Hi H. P. Mixed Biscuits I Ib Malaga Grapes 12 Oranges 5 It) Extra Choice Apples 1 Ib Imperial Alixed Chocolates 1 Box Christmas Crackers 3 Ib Tin H. B. Special Tea 1 Bot. C. B. Pickled Walnuts H. B. Imperial Mixture Weight 70 Pounds. Price Old Country Hamper No. 14 S 16 Turkey 1 IT) Cambridge'.Sausage 1 II) Cranberries 1 Pudding 1 Ib Mince Meat 1 Ib Table Figs 1 Ib New Mixed Nuts 6 Oranges 3 Box Christmas Crackers 1 II) Special Tea Tin 11. U. Imperial Mix. Weight 30 Pounds. Price Hamper No. 7 I Quart Jlumm's Extra Dry Champagne 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Vice Regal Port 1 Bottle Hudson's Hay Co's Vice liegal Sherry 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Best Prccurabfn Scotch 1 Bottle llrdsoii's Bay Co's Extra Brandy 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Burgundy 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Special live 1 linttlo Hudson's Bay Go's Crenie'dc Menthc 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Jamaica Ruin 1 Bottle Hudson's Bay Co's Schiedam Schnapps 1 Boltlo Hudson's Bay Co's Blackberry Brandy 1 Bnttle Hudson's Bay Co's Mnrsaux Claret (12 Bottlus) Weight ,50 Pounds Price .fV Britishers: Attention! We wish to call ths special attention of all Old Country men to Hampers No 14 at and 15 These ham- pcrs have .been arranged after careful study of the tastej of the average man from the Old Country, and we expect there will be a heavy demand for these two numbers. Let us have your order early. Mai! Orders Receive Prompt Attention Order Now Today ;