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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBH1D6E BAJLY HEAALB FRIDAY, BECEMBCR 24, 1909 Chine je LADIW WAItTI Any AMI NIT PJANt AMI 4APANEIE IILK ROIES Tai Chens i wfSTEM _BY To Fritndt of 1 H. A. McKillop Co. GRECIAN CABINET WILL LIKELY RESIGN Athens. Greece Dec. mili- tary league whose members were the authors of the recent revolutionary movement in Greece, have announced its. to overthrew the rnim-. istry bf its choosing. In a mani- festo Issued tcvday-Ake league declar- ed that it is to the coun- try and recognizing that the repre- sentatives bf the nation do not con- form to the will of the people if urg- ed immediately to confide the nation's "m strong hands it will not fail as long as life animates them." The cabinet -will- resign probably to: day or' tomorrow or be replaced by an extra parliament ministry which it is expected will have the support of the chamber. 0 little of Bethlehem, How still we see thee lie! Above thy deep and dreamless Bleep TJb.e silemt stars go by; Yet in thy dark streets sblneth The Everlasting light; The hopes and fears of all the years Are met thee tonight. For Christ is born of Mary, And gathered all above, While mo'rtals sleep, the angels keep Their watch of wondering love. O morning stars together Proclaim the birth, And praises sing God the King, And peace to on earth! "Once upon a all good days in the Scrooge was busy in his counting-house." Scrooge was an old, old mam who lived in the big city London. He was B-erer kimd. never merry. In- stead he was cruel and cald that the cold froze his old face, nipped ixs pointed nose, shriv- elled his' eheeke, stiffened hi: walk, made Ms red, his thin lips, blue.'' Nobody erer him street with gladsome looks. 'My dear Scrooge, how will you come to child- ren asked what it was o'clock. mam ,im UB life asked the way' to suck and. .such a place of gcrooge. Nobody im all the world; loved Wia. but .didm't care for that> It Vas'iVe he liked. Belinda assisted her in laying cloth. Master Peter's collar, given him by his father, in honor of the day was BO very high that the cor- ners kept getting into" his mouth. The "two smaller Cratchits, boy and girl came tearing in, screaming that out- side they had smelt the goose, ana know it for their very own." "What has ever got your preciou? father then t" said Mrs.. Cratchit, "and your brother, Tiny Tim? And Mar- tha vwn't as late last Christmas by half an hour., But Martha arrived, and was warmly welcomed, and then came little Bob, the lacier with Tiny Tim on his Alas Tiny Tim, he here u lit'.i-i cnrrh and had his limbs supported by an iron frome." But his face WAS bright- and such a dear sweet, sad, childish fae-r that oyu couldn't have helped loving, tufa crippled Uad... "'And hew' did Tiny Tim asked Mrs. Cratchit, after Bob .bad bugged Martha. dear little eoul.' said j Bob 'the sumehlne coming tbrenjh the colored, wlrtow puttimf CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STOKE PHONE 433 ACADIA BLOCK E SELL FOR CASH CHRISTMAS, 1909 To-Our Many Friends and Customers face m iii.tu! tOi tbat be boped tbe people caw him jn cnurch. be.cause, be a and it might be plaatant to re- memeer on Christmas Day who Bade lame beggars walk and blimd mem'iee." ke .-WAS alone in his counting hoase ;Vith Bob. Cratcbit, JiU. rery siftal fire, but tlie elerk's fire: was BO Tery ]aucb smaller tbat it leokoil like one Bob waii; so 'cold that "he "put om his white comforter aad to warn hiniself at But when closing came, left .mis cares behiftd, as he slid, down kill with beys' twenty "tiiae's aid "then ran home to ylay at blimd man's buff-. with Belinda and 31artha; and Peter and two smaller; Cratch its and ;last of all. Tiny Tim. As for' Scrooge, he went nome to bed, Eve of his days, of his little sister Fan, of bye-gone Christmas dinners and dances, but of all, of the Cratchits. 'In his dream It was Christmas morning. "Seon the Christmas bells from all the church steeples called good people to 'church and "to '-chap: el, 'and away they came, flockktg througb the streets in their best clothes and with -tkeir gayest -fac: Scrooge stood at the deor of Bob Cratchit's .piir entered, unobserved. There was Mrs. Cratchit, "Pressed out "but poorly in a twice-turned gown b.ut brave tin.' rib- 7 wonderful thtre suck .su, such' good-cheer! __ _' 'not ftrgettiig" Icranmied spoens im thfir mioutks let't they should, anii; for "came te be helped, r At, last ,Uw difthea set .on, TJien was .a .breathless ae, ,Mrs. Cratchit, looking slswly" all along-the carviag-kntf it in- the breast sne when long einecUAfumm ting came out; eMe.iMurinuf ui after his solitary .Christmas" dinner, and dreamed strange LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA ers HAMPER NO. 1. 1 dozth Oranges 6 Ibs. Apples 1 lox Bon Ions 1 1 Plum Ib. 1 Ib. Table Raisins 1 Ib. Fanty Biscuits Jb. Mixed Nuts ibft. Cranberries 1 Ib. Tat or Coffee 1 Bcttlt Port HAMPER NO. 3L 1 H. I. tpMtat Rye 1 H. B. wine 1 bottte N. B. OM Sherrf 1 bottle H. B. 014 Scotch 1 bottle H. 2. Dttmond Brandy 3 bottles Lager Beer FaiKiy Oigart MAM PEW NO. I, 1 beitie H. B. 1 iMttJe H. B 1 bettJe H, B. tptotal Rye OM tlMrrf Oiel Port r Betr 1 bottle H. B. Special Scotch 1 bottle H. B. Special Old Irish 1 bottle H. B. Jamaica Rum 1 bottle H. B. Special Brandy 1 box Marguerite Cigars (25) MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Wines for S. B. Old Port, per bottle. A first rate wine for table use. H. B. Ancient Port, per bottle, of great age purity. j: Old Port, S2.00'per bot- tie. "A treat for connoisseurs. H. B. Fine OH Sherry, per bot- tle. Excellent for table use. H. B. Ancient and Honorable Sberry, per bottle. A dry sherry of great bouquet, guaranteed 10 years in wood. H. B. Finest Asiontiltado Sherry, 92.00 per bottle. A magnificent Sherry of Great H. B. Cigars El Hubaco Conchas Extra. j5l Hubaco Purifinos. El Hubacos, Perfectos. El Hubacos, Panatalas. Tucket's Club Specials in 10's and 25's. Tucket's Marguerite in fO's, 50's. Tucket's Chamberlains in 10's, fancy Tucket's Japs in 50's. Arabellas in 50's. rose all around the .board, and even Tiny Tim ybung Cratchits' 'the" "table." with the; handle of Ms knife, and feebly cried, "There never was such a goose. Bob said he didn't believe there .ever was such a.-goose cooked.. With apple sauce-and-rnashed it made enough dinner for the family.. Indeed there' was one jtiny and, as Mrs. had; riot eaten it-ail at last." And then tiie wonderful pudding like a "speckled cannon-ball, which nobody thought at ail a small pudding tor such a Alter that, ap- ples and oranges around, and while the 'chestnuts "cracked noieily, Bob's smill "A Merry Christmas ;te us all, my dears! which-all responded, Tiny.- Tim last of all. "God every nt said. I' All this Scrooge saw -his dreanil' WJaeu he awoke -the sun .was _ stream- ing in, -and he was a_.diff erttnt' Scrooge altogether. today, ny he called to-.a boy, rfcpiied .the boy, Christmas "It is said" ol'd Scr'oosti to himself.' I've-.been asleep .onlyone night and haven't iniir- sea Linristmng after all." boy was despatched for the prize turksy from the market, "twice the size of Tiny Tim it was." He never could have stood his legs, that bird, .tie was so lat he snapped 'em short off in a' minute like, sucks of sealing wax." Scrooge' sent 'him to 'Bob uratcnit's and. then dressed in his best, went out in ;tMe street, .looking so happy that peoptt scoypud'to wish him a "Merry Nor 'did it end there. "He was like a second lather to Tiny Tim. He he- came as good a friend, as good a mas- ter and as goou a man, as the good old .city :Kaew, or any; otner .good .old city in the good old world." Tiny Tiua grew to be better' ana "stronger, 'loving the 'old man %-hosef Heart had undergone such a transfor- mation and at .each Chr.istmas. season, saymg his little b'le-ss us, every one." "The'daylight faded and grew dim. The twflijght had iegun, Beside i...e. are sat limy 'Boo Cratchit's crippled son. The" dancing flames flaved warm aad rcu On faces bright with, fun. Tiui's eyes gently, said, _'_, "God bless'us, every Day. _____ Theugh years have and We think of Tiny Tim and "God bless us, every SOCIAL ANB PERSONA! .Last Friday afternoon Mrs. McNicel entertained informally at a swell araw- ing-room ia honor of her Bister. Mrs. Martin, who is making a short visit in the city. Miss Winnifred Hyssop W. P. Hyssop are home from Strathcoha where they have been attending the University. Rev. A. M. Gordon leaves on Mori- day for a short visit at his home in Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Agnew and' small daughter are spending Christmas in Calgary. Invitations are out for a dance on Monday night given by the Bachel- ors. Many ladies took advantage of the pleasant vjay to call on Mrs. G. Moth, i who received ,lor the .first time in her beautiful new home BruntonjSt.. on Thursday, Oec. 16th. Hugh Eoyd in pearl grey silk with touches of black velvet presided j at tea urn. I 1Trs. G. F. James in a gown of heavj cream net with pale blue velvet trim i Aiid. Alien Jack in cham I pagne raja silk trimmed in pale blue dispensed the ices and served guests with the good things. the Bank clearings at Regina lor the week ending today amounted to The Toronto Park Company con- trollin.e; the Scarborough Amusement Park, is in the bauds of reccirers. We extend the Season's Greetings r May tliis Christmas, fermg to yours, its fullest measure of glsidn ess. CLMKE CO Are now awaiting you in our stores m the line of Novelties in We are makers of fine confectionery and lay claim to folding first place as to Remember we have two parlors now. A fine new store in the Alberta Block and our old stand I i I S 1 ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY PARLORS R 0 C H DEPARTMENT FOR HIGH-CLASS AND ARTISTIC WORK ;