Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
I'Viilay, UMI THE MmiBRlIH.K OAILV 1TKBALI1 MILAN The HMe children of tho world, In 'cities -urnl the. dc'llB, They walk to Day dreniii of'the Chrlstrnatt bulls. And tlif! wind tnny wall Through thy winter night, But out through tins darU Streams the Christmas light. In dream they o'er 'the hills of snow 10 the land where the yi-orld'i Joy dwelU; Hand in hand to tho lovely the chime n'f tho Christmas bolls. Jiuutl cried the wind Through the winter nifilil, Hut bright through the dark Streams the Chrlatma'K light L. StanLoii. j Palfeson'will not receive'to- morrow afternoon. Migj; Ttlfer... of the Central school leaves tomorrow to spend the Vacation at Moose Jaw, y .Ming Btack and Miss J. 3lillK TJ'ill Christmas it the litter's lipme In Hoimer, 13. C. Duff, of -'Calgary, the gueii Of Mrs, Uuff, -I-ondon Uoad, for Chris Unas, Kej'kic and -Miss, Scott, oC Car- Immgay, are 'week-end guests with Mrs. Adam Unit: Dr. and. Mrs. Bruce, of .Macleod, an- liounce the engagement hi their eld- fst Frances JClfile. to A. Macleod, of'Calgary, -the marriage to take place.on January.JO, lilJ2. r'.Vf. Kallis, the Winnipeg branch flf the Commerce, has been to the local branch. Mr. Mrs. W. p. I., llardle and daughter left jthls -afternoon for Winnipeg, Mr. and they will be I ho ,n. .Murphy. P. It. Agnew IK cuti'i'lalnlng her mother, Mn. .Kergufnon. and' bro- ther, C. Keregus'ion, of Calgary, during -the Chrlelmai teuton Mr. Mc.Mullen, manager of the chants. Bank of Calary, will arrive lii: the city tomorrow to Christmas the of Mr. and MM. f. W. nur, Westminster House. Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. glacey chil- dren, of .Medicine will, arrive in the city tomorrow to spend the Yulo- tlde with Mr. and Oeorge Sta- oey. Mr., anil Mrs. .1. Palmer will. en- tertain and Mrs: Cioodrlch, ol Macleod, [or Christmas. Mr.' arid Mrs. "Shepherd .will! spend Christmas the guests ol friends in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. KolIeU, oi CanUlon.j will spend Christmas w til Mr. and Mrs. F. .Mr. H. Andrew left this morning on a week's visit; to Mr. Har.ll of' Go.wley, will: arrive! tonight to4 rnjoy'-'CUiristinas' with his sister, Mrs. W. -I. Ambrose. Mrs. R. II. Perry, oh Calgary', ar- rives tomorrow to visit with her niece, Mrs. W. .1. Nelson. .Mr. anil Mrs. John Cillniorc- will 'visit'' during the season with liicnds in Diilsbury, Innlulail and, Calgary. Mrii. T. 10. Ncalc ami Mrs. Itecvc Iwve arrived in I.OK Angeles and are guests at tliu liome ol Mr. Clarke Kceve. i j Mr. Hinl Mrs.-T.'S. .Mackenzie -wMI c-ntertaiu Mr. Mrs. Fred KiUr, ol C'oti'ir'd'Alcnc, Idaho, for UK holt-! day sea.son. ,r j Mr. and Mi's. A. M. ('trace and of .Medicine Hut, will, Christmas with Mi', and Mrs. .1. II. j Wallace. Mr. .Maunscil, iormrrly of the local branch of the ol Commerce anil now of Clleichrn, Is spending a couple of days Mr. anil jMrs.. Malcolm, oi Medicine Hat, will arrive on' Salurday 'after- noon to he, guests, .for, a few days with Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Irving. Miss Cotter, Moose .law, and Mi. W: will arrive to- night to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. McN'icol. Christmas Gifts IN BRASS I f KETTLES -IVRDINIERES FEKN POTS CANDLESTICKS i PODS "TIRE SETS 'FENDERS .TEA AND' COFFEE TRAYS IN ALL SHAPES" Vnd many artislid and bcaltiful articles for ornaments anil use. IN CUT GLASS AVATERJUGS BERRY BOWLS FLOWER ABASES BON BON DISHES CELERY DISHES DECANTERS BUTTER PLATES FRUIT DISHES, ETC. hir Cut OlasH is of the finest quality ami of the latest pattern and our prices are such that j-ou will be pleased with any article we show. Ifr TABLE CUTLERt CARVERS TABLE DESSERT of the finest of Sheffield Steel and in all the best materials for handles. PLATED WARE 5CNIVES AND FORKS TEA, DESSERT AND TABLESPOONS :A-: JHJDDING DISHES -V-. SALT AND, PEPPER isp V. VI S In buying ware, buy "1847 Rogers Bros." Every piece is marked. You can find a most useful as well as beautiful XriiHS Gift for everyone in our store, and we would Ntiggext you shop early. Staff ard- Agnew Col "If you of town, wrltf uv." Last evening 8'f AVcstniinster par- sonage Ttev. A. A. Lytle solemnized the marriage of lillby or Wboditock, Kannaa. Bernurd Frfts, of the C. P. 11. triiwnortatloii department. Calgarj'. j Mr. ant) Felts will reside in Calgary. i CLUBS AND SOCIETIES There will lie. special Christinas mu- sic at Wesley church on Sunday. cv-i ening. Hhynd .lamicson will sing Gounod's and Jiosx's tlievc were while the choir will contribute appropriate Christmas carols. The Guild or St. Mary's Kuurch last, evening presented secretary-trea- surer. -bckson, a handsome silver lea semw The gilt cjme ns i mail of appreciation ot the interest -ind enthusiasm uhieh Mrfc Jack-on has bhoiji In el) thing pulamiiib to the o[ the Guild- MINISTER HAS EXTENSIVE POWER DUTIES OF THE NEWLY ORGAN- JZEP DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES Erfmonton, new de- partment of municipalities over which Hon. Archie McLean has been culled i to -preside should prove useful in a new province where foundations arc yet being laid. Hcsidcs the minister, there will he a deputy minister, one or more inspectors aiiti the necessary clDrkK, assistants 'and other help re- quired for the conduct of "the depart- ment's affairs. '4 The minister shall have the power to' settle any questions arising bz- any municipalities. The in- spectors shall examine annually all booiis and records of every tnimici- paiily, and have the same power tii their inspections as evcrcised by any judge or court in civil cases to Com- pel the'attendance of persons to give Hanks carrying the business of any municipality will to furimli the inspectors with statements showing the financial condition oi such muni- cipality at any lime The inspectors' shall report lo the minister. In tile' event of any report warranting sum- mary action, shall act first in prolecl the interests of OKI" municipality, and inay dismiss its treasurer or other offlceis request cf one-third of the members of a municipal council or of 1QO free- hold electors in a town or city, the minister may order an audit of- the books. The minister shall charged with all the duties Riven under the local improvement, net, ull.ige act ind the educational lai oct, some of which arc subject lo the minister of public or the tax commission: pr of' that .department. MAYOR GEARY GETS THIRD HA. J Toronto, Dec. Geary Toronto's chiftf magrlstriitte for a" third term. Tho nominations took place in tho city "ball this mornlngr'and ex- pected the announcement: r 11. as opponent did not maler: Mnyor Oeary wa'j tleclsrcil icUtii by ncclitiiKiUoii. The nominated tor of control: Uv f. Hoolietj, jour- nalist; Thomasi V-'hurAh, .1. C. McCarthy, Insurance mauagerM-'. S. Hpvrifle. (I. R. Sweeney, barrister; J. J. Tlibs. rter, Our Xrnas Hampers Contain the best of eve.-ythinF. Carefully cal- culate the cost and sec what a siivjng Lliey offer you. Whether for Christmas Gifts or Home Use our Week-end Sale offers values that mean much to you, coming at a time when your purchases are much heavier than usual Evening Shopping For the convenience of those unable to vhop our stores will remain open on Thura., Crl. and Sat. evenime. 'M? f Presets Bargain Prices I1 W r t Bargains in the Ladies' Ready to Wear Department mm .mm m V 7 Sweater Coats Sweater Crmts, of the vcryv Hint wore rcgu-'. Jar to .will gifts, nt One model is of extra fine quality, cin- areon brown wool, in new stripe effect, and liiis wide cream roll collar and facing ex- tending all down front. Another stvle is made in crimson and white, tailored coat style, ana trimmed with braid: x Alan) othej nkasinB for jour selec lion on FrWa'- and AC All one puce Bradley Mufflers balaiicc-o.t stock 6t' these popu-, Jim filers, will be offered, on Friday and Saturday. They are ot extra fine knit and come in pretty sky blue, or brown. Mufflm that, were excellent value at 50c, all this season's goods. Friday and Saturday, OCrt tor A number of other mufflers, wraps and shawls will be considerably reduced tq feet a'speedy clearance. T et your reap the benefit of these em irkable offers Motor Veils Oliiffon ilotoi1 Veils of rara bekuty will be offered for Fri- day and Saturday selling fluit shciw.a reduction of nearly Wade from a beautifully, soft, extra good quality silk cbillon, handaomely beaded, utln edtte, 2 1-2 yards long and 26 .wide, in black, mauve, .ruse, grey' aqd champagne. A dainty gift that cannot fail lo itpprffclatton. flO 50. Cfi QC Frtday and Saturday Ladies' Japanese Crepe, Short r and Long Kimonas Theic twelve in sjlccnl olloi and tht ill inul ptircluisois at an (-.11 lioui Real Jau Crepe Kimonas, made Hi regulation Japanese Btyle, triiimed Vound neck and down front with band of silk. 'j y-rjw jiuvjiing get these' Children's White Bearskin Mitts 50 pairs ol' 'these -cliildi'cii's white bearskin ni.itts in. gftiuifclct sty.lc, made witli kid pnlnis; all" .lined niul have long silk cord attached. To be cleared on '.Fri..ancl Bat., at. per pair 50C Ladies' and Misses' Fall and Winter Cloth Coats Our- clearance of Kail ami Winter G'bats st'ilJ continues briskly and we have, added an entirely new consignment which should have been here iii'tinie foi1 Fall trade. Many New York novelties are included in thin.'latest-ship- heavy tweeds, reversible plaids, of the latest cut and style. All will be considerably reduced, thus presenting a unique to season's late-t models at Bargain" Prices. Warm, comfortable coats make excellent gifts, especial- ly when 120.00 coat be purchased QQ See What Ease and Comfort Will Bring You Men's Plaid Slippers tlie comfortable lllgh hack shape with combination felt and leather soles. Oh tridaj and Saturday Special offer pair Women's Felt 1 A good ii6aortnienl ot .these in odd sizes to clenr. Plaid felt in brown or black, lined combination iolei A cr> MM i'reat snaii, at pair 9 Men's Velvet Slippers A very emarL line or men's Genoa Velvet Slippers, patent quarters, Golltl leather aoleu. I" Crocodile. A A useful preseni at, pair I Women's Brown, Red or Black Nullifer Slippers, Regular for pair Boy's Brown Crocodile Slippers Children's Blue or Red Felt Slippers 95cpair x 45c pair Slippers that make Ideal and Inexpensive Presents for Man, Woman or Child China Our 50i- Table On this table many useful gifts may be picked up. Theso were in laany cases as mucji as 1.1.00. Fancy Cups and saucers, Hand-painted Sugar and Cream Jugs, Fruit 'Vases arid' a host of-other useful .arid ornamental .gifts. Gobd Cheer in the Grocery Dept Cowun'l AMOrled Iclngi, Per phi 10c Hudion'l Biy Sauce, Per dottle, .............20e Olivet In bottlee it reduced Cranberriei, for .25c Ceullftower, per Puffed Wheel, reg. 18c, ..tOc Puffed Mice, rej 15c, IOC 3eeAd Raliine, 12 o> pKt 4 for Me Our Christmas Hampers contain gro- ceries worth 91.SO for every 91 spent China Specials Our Table Tbis table will contain many pieces that were to as Chocolate -lugs, DM- aert ConiporU, China Salvers, Comb and Trays, Tea Pots, Jardinieres, etc., that, make excellent gifts. No piece moro than TERM SCHOOLS CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS Tho annual Christmas cloning exnr cines in connpctlon with'.. schools heii'l 'thla inprnirig in vnrions schools., flany ofvtlie parenlH yrnpp out to eiijoy the liranrams anil lo Blicon'raKe the diililwn. In nuwt of the rooms there- were! Chrialniiia .decoijilionB .as, well aa ex- hihili of piiiiils' work. Varluil 'pro- graini dialogue were presented. jliens'.lig fealuro In Hie was I he givingiof lo Hie various teacheri' indicative of tho warm regard in which" they are held by the pupils. In ilie kindergarten classes Christmas trees were featured they being'a'dorned'b'y the work of the different pupils at tho Central and Westminster schools.' Entertainment were held in scpnrale rooms while at tho Flcetwood iUie classes .continued holding tljo diiruUei In .Hie imtljor- him where ili-Ull by aoniu of the glrli: wns an feRliirp. Tlie schools-reopen aklin (m .iHliuar.v.next. i I Thore will be a rerounl In Norlll jKesox after jill, j Deputy jphlef Walsh-of tbc Quebec illce force'-Is BUSY PREPARING FOR THE HOUSE Ottawa, Dec. majority of the cablnel. ministers will not take Christnmn holidays ai. all but Will re- main In Hie; city .to inecllnga. The ininlsleri will (orf gatlier for tile despatch of public bii8lnese on wijck; J.da-.y (turlnd Hie liolldayH (ml n'nil. Nivp Vears. Those who will lift out of tile cily for the holhUy.will include Hon. Itoliell lion. .1. Roche, who Ha.- who will go to St. John; Honi Prank Cochrane, who will spend. in and Hon, Mar- tin In't last night for St. Catharinefl, HEAD ON COLLIIION Texarkana, Thirty 10 forly. were Uurl. fame fatally, In 3 meek on Hie TFXHB and I'aclfic Kail- "way at of here, bil'ore dayllRlit today. ger trains numbers a and U'4 were in a licail on collision.