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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. December 'fn i i ir THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD EDITED BV RESIDENCE O3O SOClX'L AND receive tomorrow '.a. v new o'fiicers for the ensuing year. A short 'business meeting was held by the court .prior to beginning -the -pro- gramme. At :tlie opeclng of the soc- ial a toast was proposed to His Maj- esty to which J. 15. "Clarke j perfect -.lessons 'tfuritfg the year. Mas- respondwl, anil everyone present drank i ter. Arthur-.Slo'rgan 'gave two piccolo to his health. {solos most acceptably, he was, accom- program. During the -intermission Mr. McMilkn presented Lenore Pish- sr and -Dorothy with Bibles', the honor prizJcs 'for "the TOOst regular and for tin; most 0 y. The Chinook Glub itati day's m Home m- terlaiDiijfcut; "will be given in. the Sal-. v. Mrs Hufner aud Miss Fair will not yat'ion" Hull, on 'Wednesday, Dec. Carr, Dunk, Hooker, Wilson, T. :H. 'at 8 -p.m. The .piaiior-m will jtothwell-and Mount. I 01. corartfrcl -and We 'p'rogram'tnc "will take -Recitations Messrs the a Christmas family ga'th- Cameron. John Hooker, and Ern j "beBiite there Will be two good J Flcetv.'OO'-l. J trees laden xmh use-j Speeches were delivered by Messrs, i'ul -Sacta Ctaus cojuc I E. l-iagell, S. >V. Tuck-well, E: Hook- all the 'way 'fr 'their heart's.! content, then gramme. jgave "a pro- Teller's pupils c'b'O RT iv A A A A r 4. A l! home wedding 'afternoon 19, at the Home Mrs, tamea mar -after- Harrison Brows, lie Sec- noon with songs and recitations, and Before they went home enjoyed the: Onristmas dainties. the tne Little Lucy''Ingram is 'ill--with ehial pneumonia, sequel to whooping cbugu. evening s, lor i .a- Ian dren. Ensign an- rs. aaw an ,A .fegPetae feature of the evening J Sabbath school teachers, wish to was the 'absence of A'. Dupen. -ow- thank the many friends who so gen- ing to sicfcness. in his household. Miss- Addr le'ft this afternoon for eroiisly sent donations .for. -the -eater- 1 j. E. -Clarke spoke for a Jew -jmin- innt. class home -In -Taplyton, Otit, "-where tamment. she will .spend .several weejfs. P. "tV; and W. S. Henderson are home for the holidays from Canada College 'Trepartory School, Toronto, Eckstomi', who Is at-i tending school in Seattle, Wash., is expected the roh Mrs. F, R. Agnew and little daugfc-: ter, left -for Calgary yesterday, to; Christmas with Mrs. Agnew's u'tes -on forestry-, outlining it's tnsur-1 ..r i-ahce -in the sick and funeral-and lifejf" members of Wesley policy.'departments, and benefits, to1 be i treated to'-a and derived-therefrom. I arid cigars -were serv-1 ed throughout the evening, the'social.) coming to >a close by the s'fngin'g of 'the a bef: educative talk on "Missions" d-ay evening by C. F. P K C The" speafc-er had a comprehensive grasp of His sabje'et'-ana his -talk prov- ed that were tak- ing their place among' tHe "-live ques-: "tio% rof the -ffay. He !gaVe -a vivid the' cftf'saie's :and lAe'-ea'orts'-o'r Peter that of of i-iuat uv mix; siniiiue, cri i. 'Auld .Bang ;'God': Save homeward the 'King." Ev'erv seat and inch of Ciiristoia's -.exercises ,-were held ,'in the citv -moiiaing, aad spa'cc Wt .to the VestStifrle of 1 evefy room -I visited at the Central Augustin's hall was filled with'- tn'e school was' packed mothers and parents and friends of the big sisters, and a surprisingly large nibeisol t'Cypran' Sundy mother. -Mr. end of !fhe'wVe'fc. ft -'Wfe.-'speaker opinion that cause, -rot1 Christ will so fhfe-Uvoutd ifev-er be such .ii'tlrer ;by a iunited and i 'j. j "i_ 11 j. -i u u i When, we conquer-our seiusnness nual trainmen s ball to be held -on. ---v------- Jan. 2nd. in tire tiew 'K. P-. hall, a'nd the 'affair TS lobtoetl j'iBS forward to by everyone who received .isy.oeing an invitation.- liiu, U.U.- 0_-._- 0 _ ui 'oil. VJJJLIU.U s ouiiuay last-evening. "The little folks "VfVfa S J wa-r-n n ?rt rr befiJer fitted for- ourselves the will be true to Christ. 1; -ATWir ,'to-acrrKlg .-generally CLUBS AND SOCIETIES oftai-Js.affe the splendid proceeds fiFb'm St. Patrick's Altar So- ciety tea Wd -Ireia .y af ternobn. -at -Mrs- ;A. ty -home.- Thfe Scstess -aird -Mrs. Me- were served an appejtizing supper at five o'clock and'-during the interval between tea time and the hour for the games were "playo-1 ,n'nii V.'T spriaiiJing of -fathers. taken in the- kindergarten, "and Miss Mackay's pupils' edraDlrred programme at The. one 'of i-he tiie besl; ev'ef 'by 'littfe -idlks in i 'Miss-Ma'cfcay- dTrectefl th'e-Cirst part mofhirig, Voich -wafe 'tkken up Lethbridge. It had been prepared 'Ghrislmas' -nymins" aiia "songs''o'f the rector, W. votces of' the fifty Mrs. Packer, assisting. The the UCJ, -ITUC UJ4Jt> J, lit _ -j. program opened with "Merrv Christ sweet old .by -the tots of the kinder- -charmingly told -story by S V 11 tCLl L10.OO-. LUUU. work loreign field, Mr. Conf- Vriglrfr-hued kimonas beare graphically depictea Rart'en class, then four little maids fMTs's -McKay ffie -ahd aiid characters 'being pointed to the emng th'e "Btrarfgets -within 'our TV-C rcountrv, d-eUShted ur forces for more 'an-d, -better -rt to cverv otfe and Mrs.! DeVeber received j work in the future... out -1 The enjoyed hy the p'u- pils. gaines-w-ere led by -'director, and CLU.U. vj tj A T VrflA I i t V C.1 JJ V JJ Ui. UiJV I i j the throngs-'of visitors dbrtag -the af- that our- missionary, efiqrts irls Was one Orthe prettiest and 1 ctfe so'ng, -le'd' tfro of the Spirited Ife more j mQst gracefuj numbers the .eyealss rmallest lads iu clasG> "im" -j.i..i. liJiotffcv and labor we in j.and brought forth an Rn-imenselv enTove'd. .-the Spirited to make I'ali- a success vere reiid'ered hy Miss- es .Brookes, ainfl De-Lay. T-he -pantry ta'ble 'was'mois't-tempti'tf'g with its ar- ray, of .and- Chriist'mas and. "its bright" decorations Of 'stream.-; ers- o'f llute.d green aitd wilte crepe-i ;work the better membership our and these new Tn- 'turn, carry on our 'work to a iiiller The hcvr spirit oi Mis- enjoyed.' A series of tableaux; represent j Tiie "blacksmith" game, an'd the ing various scenes in "Tom's "slefghride mo'tfoh" gain'e both Cabin" were well earned out. by realistic, "to -say" the least, I "left the The jolh'. little ;skelch irin'aergarten robin' b'efore the sending fbr.tb a -clarion call to so 'was 'given after the short and' livan superintended the table, ah'd was asBisled by Bfeagle ana Harris. liiss McGirk' 'arid -Miss were tea room wnich was dresstsTd in. the Christ- The small tea tabTes w'Tth cmfffibn 'geratolttms "aM holly. The Home- made sweets- tajrte: over -by SRss 'O'Ni'el. was -'Hbl'ly, 'an'd the delicious clMnties were disposed of in record brealring time. -applied the i-he evening t Wesley church the .young.People (or his "was 4 picture' in her .rich court- 'call "the :aiia'.1je for wo'rk; in the or foreign, field 'com e. Master 'Howard 'G-ay :gave -a "piano selection, .very acceptably', "and rfctfdereil a "cen'o "solo, Miss was '-much -appreciated.. The I.O.O.F. Hall was crowded last to its full capacity, bcinc; the 'ToccasiQn of a social given by-the rc- .The. annual., Christmas-'tree and en-I tiring'officers oi this "year and- the 'crown. WadSiiigtoh1 disguised pr-mce.'tTiie 'wail-ing were--Hilda- McMil- lea Dp-rothy Sellens, the demure-, Wilson, and the "eqoklet" Meta Vv'eUingtoh. Jimmy' Kingston -'rna3e-a most inhering cook and had his servants un their irere th'e little foilg.. an'd their teach- ers entertained Veyeryolie so .pleasant- ly that the many.-visitors, were 'loath to 'depart. A visit to Miss BattX room in the school tounxl liVtle 'sirfs classes vvrere also atfd I I dropped in n'cre 'the 'prolgframme was over, bat four of the pupils read me their original stories, were most clever 'for streh ItttTe pie.- Little Leotfe Kelsey splen- 'aid paper on tbe life of Eugene Field, and Sam gave his verMfefe of the iile of James "Whitcomb .Rfeey. 'X which was particularly good, was given by Ut- tle Ruth Truman, and Bertie Niven 'gave an original Christmas story. Mr, Patierspnls, students were. -the guests class, their entertainment' 'was held 'up 'iii tlie aiiditorium. '.When I, visited' Miss Sharman's of xgTrB were preparing" "for a "dfafegue, 'w'h'ich proved most delrgKtfnl was en in a clever manner. "Aunt Jem- ima's -ilofley" %as its title, aid Dunham, 'as rich old Atiiit -Jem-imaj was sprerKlicL 'iifss yean SlcKenzie, -Lovejoy, the ill-behaved sis- ter, took _ner part well, and Eva Frame, va's ilary joy, won. every iieart. Sarah Bounce, theaU-freatefO: inlaid; was 'Gla'ays Lam- bert, shg cook tter part 'with animation. 'Christmas drawings on black -boards were all the worok of .Miss- Sharman's pupils. I ond avenue West, when her Amy May, was; united in marriage to Robert 'Mvingstpne, of 'Lethbridge, manager "of the 'Gait c'oal mines. ji The -bride, wild was tinattend'ed, tered the drawing room on the arra of her brother, A. JS..May, of East Cal- to the straias ._o'f .the Weal's. iprar'ed She was very -liaTieisomely gowned in white en .trarne." triiaiced QUAKEK Never Sour Phone. 1027 GILMOEE THE BACKER --T'HRO.UGK THE EDITOR'S EYES There fa a'-b'ette'r" tiring- than the ob-; servance of ChristmaB that' Christmas. beaotiful 'n'oniton lac'e and.. you -willing- to .gorget what you pearls, an'd carrle'd' a sfi'ower of al roses. The Bridal couple took their, place in a'. -bank large white bell, fitted.: with .'marguerites, tlfe" "were ;on. tne-'briiie tiy %ie pulling, of -V'saffn "rfSScin, _ G. W. "Kerby, -of the" ce'nt'ril 'ed tfie cereimJay, in, the preseace of 'only few "friends. relations xsaHy -dedbrated, _' wltn, 'bf wh'fte and. 'mauve and white carnationB, the pretty lun- cheon table sharing the same scheme; 'The Doom's SWde" 'lovely -dfainond smd .airfoing- have done for other people, and tp: remember what .other people done 'or you? Are you willing to stoop down 'consider ,the needs and the desires ot: children; to the- classes aad Chrt.cn-. treat: yesterday after anaar Round Street rum ite bureka We are making special prices for this week only on Rockers, Arm Chairs, Morris Chairs aftd Nothing for Christmas Presents Ours is the Quality Line of Fttfitftare, and prices (ire no higher than you pay for the cheaper ZMTS OUR STOCK STILL HOLDS GOOD DON'T BUY TRASHY STUFF, BUY THING USEFUL THAT IVILL LAST Look over this list, perhaps it will help you in your choice Eockers and Arm Chairs to match. Early English, "Golden Oak or Mahogany; plain "and upholstered, up S3.00 Morris Ghairs in all fin- iskfes and upkolstering, up, from Parlor Tables, in all rhe latest designs-. Golden Oak. Early English We have some extra -specials in Dining Room Extension Tables, Dining Chairs and Sideboards. If you will call, we will have pleasure in showing you over our square feet of show-rooms, which are packed With Quality Furniture of All Kinds Standard Furniture Tke Home of Quality Furniture Round Street Next Excelsior Cafe r :f i Uirts ror Ladies Silk Umbrellas Kid G IOTCS aii'd Belt's from .-___35c up to Fancy Collars .25c up to Fascmatois up to Motor Scarfs up to Mink Marmot Muffs and Mink Marmot Stoles ami Warm Kimonas at to Silk Waists at tip to Net Lace Waist at to .WooLSta-ff Dresses at to Fancy Hose, from .50c to Gifts for Men fur lined at Gloves, Mocha, silk lined G-lores-. dog skin, imlined Scarfs .50c up to Suspenders, (boxed) 75c to Silk Ties (boxed) ____ .50c to 75c Fancy Cashmere Hose for .OOc Sweater Coats up to 'GIFTS FOK BOYS Mooha Gloves, lined, for Mocha Mitts, lined, for Windsor Silk Ties, for .35c Buster Belts, any color, ea. .20c Boys7 Suspenders .15c up to 30c Boys'" Sweater Coats to Bovs' Cambric Colored Shirts 75c Back Combs, from .25c to TAMELINE 13 yds. for Only S6.QO BerAitifnl Dress Silks in shades for street or afternoon house, wear. Ex- ceptional values. A full dress length (13 yds.) Xmas Sale price PLENTY' OF NICE THINGS FOR- LITTLE GIRLS AND INFANTS White, Bear Coats. Cashmere Dresses, Wool Toques. Baby Blankets. Baby Veils. Baby Knitted Coats, Serge and Cashmere Coats. Wool Bootees. Underwear, Mitts and Stockings. This Store will be OPEN EVENINGS Thursday. Friday Saturday. ag 31 rpl The SIMPSON CRABB STREET a, o JL T 1 5! Limited II ;