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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December THE LETHBTRXDGE DAILY HEKALP 20 per cent off on all Dolls and Toys at Store on Never Sour Phone 1027 .GItMORE- THE BAKER POPULATION MAGISTRATES RESIGN Victoria-, B. Dec, The resig- DAtiottB have- accepted of -O: S. of New Michel, ond F. T. Abey; of Cwabome, as Justices of the peace, and "H. "Wi. BacWand, as police of -Tternoru --Born Lethbridge, on 19, to? Mr. and MrS-.-H.-J. Collier, a daugh- J ter. Dec. A remarkable statement was made by Col. Fred Tristram ..assistant general passenger agent of the "Wabash lines. He stal- ed 'that' the recent -official census ol the state of Iowa: showed "a decrease of of one per .cent, in ihe populatitm." 'This he was attributed to "the egress of EDITED BY "UNO" SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs, H. J. Carruthers and child- ren, of Sarnia, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.--A. Wright. .Masters Fred Dowser, Leverett DeV-eber'and Arthur Mewburn are nome from Trinity College School for their holidays. L'. M.. .Roberts, iM.P.P., and family, of High. River, leave shortly 'for Long .Beach, California, where expect, to spend, the.-winter.. they. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Young left this afternoon for .Edmonton where "they -will visit friends during Christmas; Miss -Dora Nimmocs, who has -been' teaching at Crossfield, ar" rived hoiae yesterday. She will be a member of the Lethbridge teacB- ing staff after the New Tear. McLean Campbell, of "Goilinswood The inarriage will" take place on the' Dec. 'of January. is NOW AT COME TO and 27. v.ThisA is, one.of jthe best The Imperial Oil Co. report' a Miss Saddie Morris Portlaad, Ore-. gon, arrived 'in. city ..this, momin-g to" spend a visiting1 --at the home Mr..'; Mrs. also home during Christinas week. Dr. and Mrs. James Simpson- Niv- en, London, Ont., have sent out. in- vitations to the marriage, of their i daughter, Miss Nora Eliza, to Mr. I Alfred Owen Torrance Beardinore, i son of Mr. 'Alfred Beardmore, St. j George St., Toronto, on Saturday, 'January 7th, in St. Paul's Cathedral, j London, Ont, and afterwards j C-olborne street Neil Lethbridge, has Taber. prosperous rancher ular old-fashioned Chrisimas party. j g The 'been most gen- j Of Milk- RiTfcr, town today. erous. One merchant has donated an Miss Vira P. Dowsett returned to- of oranges, another candy, [day for. a. .visit, "to "Calgary extending still anothftr iiave" been and -surely the! engineer, left children will 'thiilc thev have been for his home in Tracer w.iu Liuiiii. wjey uave ueeiij conveyed1'to fairyland, when they seel wheie-he will -spend .about six A chocolate confection of rich miik choco- late and fresh shelled walnuts. Simply exquisite. In and pound THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. TORONTO. B3 Particula LIKE "Blue Rlbjbqn Tea because it is tightly sealed in lead in all kinds'of places like ordinary ttiilt teas. Blue Ribbon watched from plantation to to jplease. Buy a pound paieiietj arid if yoii are not entirely sat- isfied wittiift'you can have your money re- funded. finish. __ JFcngy PWtiy .things thatj Weber-Hufi investment Co. reports, a their vert own." Everything! the to: Ontario- .parties, oi one- v AT THC AI lnt __ and witty sayings are its most The comedv is of that good wholesome kmd that is en- has an j halt" raw-: land east of Stir- additional supply. -of .warm undergar-j a- P.nee of SIS. 00. ments, contribution's of Vhich- will be Fred of "the Canadian Bank gladly received .-Mis- Commerce -at 'Gr'anum, is spending slon will j here-- with -his father, be "served at" then" the Hugh JVTcBeth T'Krt 1 i joyed by, all. Tie music-is of Ihe and The company under the which goers will" welcpine '-with- pleasure is the production .Wife's Family" at the MajesticJTheatre, on December is a "guarantee of its goodness Bet tev get in line, and-call on that home. Mr. Murray has put the al- delicious family Christmas 'dinner j gasoline engine. will be distributed. 0'. T- Lathrbp" of the 0- W. Kprr' Jaa's'kets have been'packed. The pleas-! Co.', returned irbin Minnesota yester-i ure of the afternoon will be the He reports that passed' heavy blizzard in Saskatch and that'he was glad when he W. "D. L. Hardie, general manager convey the children at a j..ne Diamond Coal Co., and ivliss j t'er of six. This, probably beJVveir, who were injured in the auto-1 tneir very first "joy Miss Rob- j mobile accjdcnt between here and Dia-: exandra bus at the Mission's disposal! at a: ridiculous.'? low price and U v.-illjL iavor- at of the Nursing Mission, would City on Monday are j be verj- glad to receive information ported 'to he progressing very i kf a of Hollanders who were i ably; Mr; Hardie is doing much j .Miss Gilroy, who has been a mem-1 cared, for by the Relief society Ser of Westminster school teaching' summer. They are residin staff, leaves today for wnere she will teach. As last TiTj; 1 tAvo and is resting easily. Miss Weir, i iortunatelv suffered no broken of their friendship, her pupils yes- terday presented her with a' pretty city, but she has been unable to injuries, concussion of the a tolcen ate them. Any inrormation given be-jhrain and a sevcre shaking up. She t'ore fomon'ow noon ,at the Nursin, Mission will 'be appreciated. UNO'S MESSAGE FOR THE GIRL AWAY FROM and.! The place where one value lor ere in. this-, popular slice store 9 very shoe is g 1 has fully regained consciousness is rapidly gluing better. Misses "S A gar and a. Oliver went jj to Winnifrcd tliis afternoon to spvnd Christmas-at the home of the former. Sergt i lie R.N.W.M.P. r, lias been on "King, merry, merry bells o'er all the land, Ring out your joyous peel. The Savior comes! The Christ is born! He comes to save and heal. comes indeed as "tidings of comfort and joy." n00n. 1 Inspector Lindsay, one of the new- appointed, inspectors was oi in the the What dees Christmas mean to dear fellow-workers in the business world? Do its Carols find a respon- sive echo in your or do they rail upon deaf heedless .ears? jto j To many of us Christmas represents j stand or jthe end of the'year. .The few days j i3tnia, between the 25th of December and' the first of January play but small part in our calculations for round- ing out the year. Everything seems to come to a climax on Christmas, eve..- This, tlien, is our time look backward: and yet. looking ..back- 'j ward, we must not turn pessimistic, We must look for hopeful signs. And that is why I started our conference witu a carol attunea to happiness. "God rest you, merry gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay, Remember 'Christ our Savior Was born on Christmas Day, To save us all from Satan's power When we were gone astrap: 0 tidings of comfort and joy. it This is the carol for the girl far away from home who on that day leels that she has made a mistake in plunging into the 'business world. So many women loday have followed the luring call of money, and more money, into avenues where they are j noi. happy, not, evon successful. Mo- :y is one saranic power of the hour, j run! 10 riio i.iivd. homesick, discour-! woman this Christmas carol But Christmas carols are not for icily today on his way to Macleod. tiie discoursed and homesick alone! K.'P. principal ot the They have messages for the success-1 at Crcek- arrived in ful Vjri the city this afternoon to spend the a holiciav season here. Mr. "and Mrs. C. E. Brandow and You have been rusnlng.'and.. son' Calgary this after- and striving for .twelve Sometimes have.., had time t of others. Often -hadi Mr. and Mrs. W. .7. Glsss and their push others aside in order to three children .of Macleod, arrived on rise yourself. You face'the 'local this afternoon 10 spend s dav with a little bitter-' Christmas with Mrs. Glass' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fleeiwood. Mrs. C. and sen. left i for Bow Island this afternoon where j they will stay until after New Year's, "the" guests Mr. .and Mrs. W. K. 0rd ness' in your heart, a little 'dissatis- e are- n ths district where the wheat captures world's prizes. This is the kind of wheat we mill. Our machinery is of the" latest modern type and our methods up- to-date. That is why cur flour is popular. ome and see our Csristmas ail colors. eniember die place. 114 Eoimd St.' n square, but not of tiie nigh colored junk Shops that are not on the f i O uy shoes'at a shoe .store and ou will save jnouey thereby., hoes for men and XTORSCII. boys and girls f. O ere at pikes tiiat caimot be u nr v is all new Confhear. C. IvlcClenaghan will leave on Wed-j nesday next for Chicago and Montreal i and will not return until about Janu-1 i ary 25th. i GOT HIS EXPERIENCE WHILE IN OTTAWA Major O'Grady Accepts Colonelcy of 90th Regiment, Winnipeg Winnipeg, Dec. J. W. X. O'Grady, former manager of the .Northern Crown Bank, one of the wealthiest men in 'the city, lias ac- cepted the colonelcy of the Ninetieth Battalion, which has one of the best fighting records in Canada, but whirh nas run down'lately in the class of of- ficers and men. Major O'trrady has given to tne regiment's funds. Col. Tollman's time as colonel is about expired, and other officers next in liae, waited their claims for Mr. U Grsidy, had c-or.sidcrable mili- uiry expfrririncr, hziving boon captain in the -i-'H'tl. Duko of Own, Except a few Hues, and they are being old at half cost less, so as o clear them of i'. Look at nr bargain boxes before buying1, esolved to pleas very patron ?s our motto T Xexi to Bentley ;