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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1913 THE LETHHRIDGE .WEEKLY HERU'LD PAGE ELEVEN H ave you ever tried our Milk and KNOWN AS THE MOST MOO- I P ERN IN THE PROVINCE. It's worth a test to find oul'whcni vou can get.the higlicst quality Hilk and tlte best service. ASK THE-HEALTH DEPARTMENT ABOUT US. FERNIE Fernie, Pec. happy fif- ty gathf'reO at-the home o'l E. K. Stewart .-in honor :.of Miss Ida Ross, Tho IE one o! (lie members ol the Public school staff, who is Iravisg tie teaching profession (o take up-- the .otudy and practice o! 'llome-makins-1 Koine lolly ladles and .were present and at the close o! the evening Miss Hoss ;vas presented I with many toirns ol esteem in shape ol 'pieces? df lincii. During'1, her two years' stay, jn Fe-rnie she ;has .ih'ade many who wish her' ev- erything good. 'The Dominion Meteorological- Ser- vice has established k station on the grounds of the. Crows Neat Pass Coal Co. for the recording of rain, snow, and-temperature changes. TREES DISTRIBUTED BY FORESTRY BRANCH OlUwa... forestry branch of the Interior department is now distribuling'sdme trees annually among tho western farmers, as'compared with distributed tills rear the United States forest- Canada has" got some Ideas In forestry administration into. United States, but In this matter the Avhericfcf have copied Canada. Three -Houl1 Sale To-night At Rylands' Busy Store THESE GOODS ON FROM 7 UNTIL 10 TQ giyp'tirqse who work. all day a'chaitcVto buy- their gift tilings we will store open eacli-i5ight until Ghrislmas." To make it worth fpi- ypii to cpme down.; tonight, 'ivS-KriVe -j 25 Ladies', Fancy Swiss Era- breidercd Kerchiefs, 20c to 1 UC -10 Dressed Dolls, i good size, 90c and -choice for '.-woWh up oST-SO for QC Ladifs'Kid Gloves, in tans, girey, Mack or white, worth I DC j. Ladies' .LeRther Hand Bags, o C to .special tonigtit 'fdhiJrtreWFancy Mblette Fiir Sets, 7C and Imitation Lamb 7 Black "SVolverine Fur Muffs, extra social ____ A vFancy -Sticikers to put on all yoiJr' DC something nice to Gift Kerchiefs in Carters, Arm Bands, a errIcM In SI In coritiibutlng to the dKonitlons. riaii's Church irili be in the at 8.36. a'm., of 'the occulon. matins, scrmori and celebration Vat' Bnnuil' 11'a.m 'i'-j ivlll iie held'on lYjdfty nigbt. St. Augustln'a Snriaay schqor.'wiij'' 'Trie school Trill hold thetr chrlstmit'treat on :PVt on to-, SO, ii ijopii-vraorrow nijlit, .is time'li assured the cMldre'n. !or the-children. St. Slary's Sunday ichool will icaliNd'. in their Christmas' tree and Saturday lor AlbtfU's on TiieEday; IJecehibtf 30, V sinitarium lor .tv 1" ol Th'a Dauthiers mid cf Bng- firsti'received_wbrd land wil' meet tonight. Special Election 6! olllcers.. All ra berg ard requested to attend. Tomorrow night- (n -Wei parsonage, tlio Adult Blblo meet for a business and social ttra1Wt-rlI.80 ueh 113.00 'dor, '16% off In (wortid 3UY J.S. K1RKHAM ROOM 1, KIRKHAM lloCK the largest attend any performance in PIncher CreVk was in it ten dance) Not only every chair in the'big-hall wai likens but also ninny Pfessey ser- vice, and 'even soj many stand; But ot Ihe latter there com- ilaint. Kveiyone enjoyed the oper- ;tfa too'thoroughly to consider any Inconvenience ot the moment. iy the young people ol the Presbyter-, tor trial on a charge of attempted murder, Hie caso wlil bo heard In the Supremo Court next spring. Do Hard Labor i man Is out apd-.really wishes to iictfit, hqyfs'glfeji-all.tbe chance in the world, as far as the po- lice magistrate. Is concerned, but if he li ft professional rag. zealously trying to avoid employment, he Is mada to work for the government There wa this morning, and he" was to the barracks 'or fifteen days, the onsioh of n find to 'do hard labor) DEATH CALLS JONAS HPWE St. John, X. B., Dixv 20.-JT-Jonas Howe, a prominent citlzerivof St. John and for yenra u moraber of the furniture manufacturing firm of .1.- J. p. Ifowo. died this afternoon; aged. 74.' was ratitted ''Snow-white One of thla latter clasa ot police court and the the llbcetlo of wlilth is fOufiuCti on orid of Orini3 fairy stories. Fire which has undoubtedly been smouldering In the embankment at the back ol the Laugh ton Livery barn since the big fire on the 23rd of N'bv. laat, fanne4. into 'a Hiazc on Friday morning. The brigade gave it every attention' led Mi on Open Evenings The Simpson Co., Ltd. Store be open busi- ness Tuesday and Wednesday Ev- enings until 10 o'clock. uorcei foi left on Saturday even- ing for OtUwa, where he will re- main during coming session ol parliament. J KfJint! Alllsnn will love on Tuts- Hay Chtlstmas witri'hls p3r- DON'T BITE OR SUCK Tlio end b? your pen or gencll wondoring what ao'nnd 30 would like. Miss: .can tell yoji i1'' her stand "JUST THE THING" At Bnwden Bros. Hull Block She Is down Jn tlit basement and llie prices are down, lop. ;