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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 20, TIIK LETHBimMJE DAILY HERALD RO1A YEAST CAKES ARE USED, AND ALWAYS GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION EDITED BY "I NO" PHONES' EASY ECONOMY. For any meal to-day Se- lect, meajy Atlantic iish without As.whole- some nnd ris tasty as though it left the sea but yesterday. Even that relishing sea- salty tanp is intact. Sim- ple recipes in each sanitary package. "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH. knives, forks and serving; pieces, in" many exquis- ite designs, are 'stamped This brand is known ns f late that Wears" and is made in the heaviest grade of plate. faction is guaranteed.'- Sold hy. Leading O, how could 1 servo In the wards If the world were Ho? How could I -bear with tlio slghtB And 'llio' loathsoiiio tiiaellg of disease, "Ye do H to Me, When ye do It to Mr.'.W. II. HiuTis loft this morning to spend -a- couple oi' weeks in Vic- toria. t Alrg.. Ueleer .and son have gone on an .extended visit to relatives and friends at eastern points. Mrs. J. W. Boulton and dauliter Em- ily, loft this morning on an extended visit to Vancouver. Fred and Will Henderson, of Upper Canada College, Toronto, arrived yes- terday, to spend the Christmas season with their mother, Mrs. William Hen- derson. lilts. D. 'A. Smith entertained the Oxford Euchre club at an enjoyable evening last night. Pour tables- were in play, the favors being won by Mrs. Beatty and Mr. W. P. Roy. Lay Ion and Percy Irwhij and Teddy Tile bride-elect wore a fetching cos tiimo of Dresden chiffon en tniino ov- er white satin, the graceful lines o whicli suited her admirably. A number of others dropped in about nine o'clock, and later all repaired to the bull room where a jolly-bop was enjoyed. Just before the- serving of inviting viands the courtesy guesU wore given a happy surprise, when they were invited Into the den, and viewed an elaborately decorated Christ mas tree, laden with bundles 'which they were told were'gifts to The unloading of the tree by .Mr. Fisher, who presented the many-sized and shaped parcels to Miss Conybciire, proved interesting and caused some merriment, when the different utensils so necessary to the culinary art. wero displayed. .Mr. Fisher, oil behalf of Miss Conyheare and himself, thanked the donors in a neat .little speech. Miss Lumbard rendered a vocal Kolo In a most pleasing manner. Those who enjoyed the affair were: Miss Elaine Conybeare. Miss Conybearc, Miss Rogers, Miss Tripp, Miss Dlson, Miss Eckstorm, Miss Freeman, Miss Lumbard, Miss Buncombe, Miss Higic botham, Miss Barussln, and Messrs Fisher, Newcombc, Rogers, Rose, Mc- Artbur, Bennett, Coctj, Ingersoll, Daw- jjjij iuu mm rejiy- a wiiij iiuu iiijjursun, West, of Bisliop Pinkham College, Cal j son. Robertson, DeVeber Parsons and CLUBS AND SOCIETIES gary, are spending the Yuletlde vaca- tion with their par'enls. Mr. Hickllng left today oil a short trip to Medicine Hat. A1, j AH ybung ladies are cordially invit- Mr. Beattie, oC the Union Uank stuff, ed .the ladles' who has been ill for some weeks, has I ln el'ureh every Sunday completely recovered, and expects to at three o'clock. resume his duties on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. S. Jackson, Win- nipeg, arc in town, guests at the Al- Bulletin. M'rs. Jackson IB well known here, having recently visited her sister, Mrs. J. R. Anderson. Brandon dispatch says: T. Miss Phillyis Higinbotham will be in charge of the missionary evening of the Westminster Guild of Church, on Monday night. The topic IB and the life of David Livingstone will be taken CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES 10c DATES. Per pound PRUNES, Per pound MIXED NUTS Per pound ORANGES Per dozen MIXED PEEL Per pound TABLE FIGS Per pound Special 20 !bs. SUGAR for......... 5> BEST ONTARIO CHEESE; Ib....... APPLES, PER ft; BOX 30c .15c Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 The Christmas entertainment of; Wesley Sunday school will he held'on' T. McLay, editor of the BrandonJlomlai' evening, commencing at i "ally Sun, is' to. be married at f been prepared comer on Christmas Day. Mr. McLayj'4 d ls assured. Is well known in the western" news- paper world, and was the recipient of I rhe U'e Church of many tokens of congratulations before' cllrliit a splendid Chrtslmiis en-! leaving for Vancouver. lertainmeut last evenlhg in the Cal-j eilonlan hall, which-'was attended, by a goodly, number. After the opening! I p-relude and chorus, Mr. M. 13. Ryan i .1 j an invocation, which was .fol-j it er, will by reading by Hev J.I rrlnv nprfMii-. ij p- I Besides choruses, dialogues and drills, which were well executed, the programme included recitations by Al- len Reid, Robert Morton. Kenneth Par- row, Tbelma Woods, JOB Reid, Zera "I Dunsworth, Eugene farrow Ruth In-! tertmned at a pleasant little thimble Hazel Marshall, and -Marguerite tea yesterday, when Christmas decora-j solos hy Zera Dunsworth and ,t.ons were appropriate and and duets bv Francis Social Intercourse was enjoyed over: and 'Leon Dnnsworth, Kenneth and the and inviting viands were j Kugene Farrow and the Wood girls served by the hostess at the-tea hour. Tho distribution of the- Christmas! cem resume her' her 2S, and expects, to ..........._. piano classes the following Monday. Mrs. Fraser has almost completely re- covered from her illness. Mrs. Fourteenth street, en- A collection was taken in aid of the Santa Clans fund, and the sum of five dollars was realized. treat concluded a happy evening for the children. Miss Katie Cowan, formerly of the f n Herald staff, a December bride-to-be, "tUe f 7 n was the raison d'etre of a linen afternoon to hear china shower hv :ur< the closmg exercises before the Christ- china shower given by Mrs. W. P. Alexander last evening. The honor guest was completely surprised, mas vacation. Christinas wreathing and hells and I first part of "the "'.the ply a rehearsal of Westminster choir I', ''Wopnate setting and later developed into a social a -'i al was put on by the pupils in a most' fair. creditable manner, which reflected Music and social intercourse was en- reflected] joyed, and the pretty gifts presented, lh'" i after which a Ilencllcr' H ls almcst impossible to after which a choice menu was servei hy the hostess. Tile dance, which wag held under it 1 oa Top Every Time! Supreme above til others in qual- ,'hy by merit alone to .that proud emin- ience Alberta's ,-Best Baking 1 Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably Your gro- cer knows him. Forty years In use. SO years the standard, proscribed and rec- ommended by physicians. For Woman's Ailments, Dr. Mnrtcl's Female PIUs, at your druggist. specialize, as all the children did well. Those who took part were Marjory Stephens, George Kobjnson, Helen Colpman, Kathleen Colpman. Agnes cllll) in i.Il.vlands, Mnsie Ilowman, Elizabeth the K. of P. hall last evemug, was Allan Madiay and Marjorie She.- snccessful. One hundred and sixty lock guests enjoyed dancing to mnsir, dis-i coursed by three pieces of Gaskell's j children was ,-speci Iv flue orchestra, delectable refreshments be-iKnch of the children presented ,ng served at half time. I gift .of his or hlr own work ine committee, to whose effc-rts j to mother, and as a delightful close In much of the success of the event is ,bc afternoon, dainty .refreshments duo, was composed of .Mrs. Cudolia, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Bryan, Mrs. Sinclair, .Mrs. lieeil anil Mrs. Macleod. Weslminster House was the scene of a smart event at the dinner hour were served hy the pupils. viands wero all made hy the pupils, en- joy domestic science training at the school ,and would have been a credit to grown-ups with an extensive know- ledge of the art of cooking. j Miss Bawden's school is filling a .intiH ijawueu s scnool is lillinn a last evening, when Mrs. F. W. Dower loim-felt want in the cilv, and shoiiM and her daughter, Miss Gladys entertained in courtesy to Mlsg Elaine Couybeare and jfr. Fisher, whose mar- riage will be celebrated early in the New Year. Covers were laid for ton at the per- fectly appointed table, where while nnd gold carried out the scheme of dec- oration. Yellow shaded candles, en- sconced In an old silver candelabrum rested in a. bed of ivhllo tulle, which vas adorned with gold lorseshoes and slippers, while fra- grant while Roman hyacinths com- ileted the central adornment. Yhe of good luck, expressed in the iniqiic favor conceits, was a most) lappy way of extending good.wishes o the honor guests. Mrs. Do'wner exceeding. v well In hlack satin, hung with silk inon. Miss Downer wore geranium satin, of chiffon in pastel lone and no doubt will grow rapidly. They Have Won Their Place i Would White Swnn Yeast Cakes have' such an enormous sale in Canada If I they did not make the best bread? Your grocer sells White Swan Yeast Cakes for C-5c. Free sample from White Swan spines Cereals, Limit-' ed, Toronto, Out. When you think of taking lunch down town, think of The Brown Betty Tea Room Our Chris; nuts Chocolaliis an'lvoil. nnd their boxes arc "Christmas- sy" and may solve some vexed problems for you. Room -1, MatDonaid Block. Only Two More Shopping Days Before GhristmasJ Have You Yet Solved Your Gift Problems Let Our Christmas Sale Help You! This Special 4-days Christmas Sale has assisted large numbers of thrifty buyers only helping them decide what to give, but in making it possblo to give sensible, use- ful and approprmto giifc, when they had figured only on being able, mth tbe amount of funds at their commiind, to give articles of minor importance. Only two more shoppie- davs now time is thcrcloro precious. To.make the best use possible of 'both time and money comei direct VO LlllS iSLOlCt What More Acceptable to Wife or Mother than a New Read the full particulars of this Special Offer Wilton Rugs ___ The most', luxurious'in appearance and the" most serviceable -for is the Wilton. The beautifully rich blending of the deep and soft shadings c.ombined-witli the softness to the tread, has won for the Wilton Carpets a par- manen.tly first chpice in almost all .woman'i hearts. v This lot we now have on Special Sale axe aR selected from our best selling lines in sizes 8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ftV 6 in. to 9 ft. 10 in. 113 ft. 1 in. Regular prices to For This four-Bay Sale Brussels Rugs tVhilc not so' in''appearance, are equally durable as the Wilton, and on account of the hard twisted.pure wool yarn used in their counted as the easiest car- pet1 to sweeps-are eminently suitable for Par- lor, Dining-'or Bed room. Splendid -Oriental.'and Conventional designs' in with any pre- stylS-bf decoration. Sizes S) ft. x 9 ft., 9 ft. x.l0; ft. 6 in. 12 ft. up lo Fin- Sale Many other equally Good Bargains iu Lace Curtains, Brassware, Gift China, Cut Glass, Lamps, etc., etc., all specially marked for. this 4-day Sale In the Ladies' Wear Section Ladies, Misses and Children's Sweater Coats. All Must Go! Ladies Kimonas and Blanket Robes Full length Kimonas and Bath Robes made from wool Eiderdown and those Velvety Blanket Cloths; make a very acceptable gift Reg- ular prices up to All now marked at IBS Misses Sweater Coats Made from pure wool yarn; fit snug ;it the neck and have two patcli pockets, plain and combina- tion sizes for girls of from.G to 14 years. Regular for I Ladies Sweater Coats Of an exceptionally fine quality imported yarn and are en.ua! in every way to hand Knitted gar- ments. All- wanted colors, and may be had in or full length styles. Regular for............. Ladies One-piece Pure Wool Serge Dresses Severn 1 styles, included, in I his is made witli gored skirt, and lias square Sailor are made with.Roll. "many other t-iyles. Materials are pure wool, Freiieh and English makes, and come in hlack. navy, brown. Ian and Oope.nhagTii; regular prices up to All for (his Special Four-tiny Sale at-the .uniform price................ FURS, COATS, all at equally advantageous prices In tlie Dry Goods Section Eiderdown Comforters Genuine Arctic Down nlled Siiluen covered comforters in size x ft., lifiht. yot full of real warmth excellent VJllnft III jr'.l'l) for Other lines equally good values to Hemslifched Tablecloth and Napkins to Match Hlcaciieti and llemstitclied IjiiKin Tuble Cloth. (M ,SO in., and I dozen Hemstitched IS inches fiqliare. In the Men's Wear Section Men's Smoking Jackets. In good" t weed 3 and Hlnnlcot Cloths, jjijied with silk cord; Sizes 38. 40. :ind -12. Vnlucs Men's Fine Quality Xegligee Shirts with soft double cuffs and collars to match. All colors, sizes 14 10 17 1-2; reg. ft 4 An ular 51.50 for-................. I .UU Men's pure ailk Handkerchiefs in plain and fancy colors, white with colored bor- ders; regular values 50c; M for. each 4UC In the Boot and Shoe Section and Warm Long Leggings, made from Corduroy Vel- hlack or brown; also black felt. Regular Jj.35, reduced to OUC Children's Cloth Gaiters, 111 navy, fawn and cardinal, worth In regular .way 75c; for bOC fiirls' Red Felt Itomeo Felt Slippers, trim- med with fur and have leather soles Sale price...................... DO C r.TORE WILL BE i ILL Iu i-.M ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY STORES DELIVERY SERVICE FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY ;