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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta enjoy are expected with Mrs. li. CHRISTMAS Xml well our Christmas sires ol.olil j.ovcd when the year Its course had rolled {Anil iirouglit blithe Christmas again With all his hospitable train. Ilumi'stiu and religious .rite iiavc honor to the holy night. On Christinas nvc the bells were On Cliristmns cvr Ihc mass was sung.! mas season. That only night in all the year iiaw the slolnl priest the chalice rear. The dair.'id donned lier.kerlle green. The hull was dressed with holly grenn 10 tlin wooil did merry men go To gather in the mistletoe. Walter Scott. h. at Sundial, when Mlsn K. M. 'rinnaltes became the brldu of Mr. C. King. The ceremony was'con- ducted by llev. Chka. C. Whltluc. >l. A., n, ot.Tabcr the bride's iSrollier, and In enco of .a number of thu ami trlenin! of''the c'ontrnctlnK par-, tins. Hoi'h ,'ljivij re- sided for' some yoars''in the Sunilmi 'very favorably known, and where they will continue to make thc-lr home, Mr. anil Mrs.' 'Peals, ol Lost Lake, Christmas gucsls Reynolds. The marriage of Juan'Ken rtcd.v to Mr. .lobn Cordlner McKvvcn was solemnized by the Itev. W. Mr. .and Mrs. C. .Johnson will be Andrew's .manse last guests with their, daughter, Mrs. I. Mr. MrB. jicEwon will Oilmnrk. ol Taber, during the Christ- )n city. Mr. .Harry Reynolds and Mr. .John llcynolds, oMIowvilli', will spend the holiday week at their home in the city. Jlr. and Mrs. K.'K. Mason and fam- ily left this afternoon to spend the .winter in California. Clubs and Societies i- CHRI 'llhristians, awa CHRISTMAS DAY wake, saluic the nappy morn, HIP. Saviour oi the world was born Kistv to adore the mystery of love, Thy Salvation Army will hold tholr Christmas tree and children's enter- italnment on Tuesday, December 2'Bth. i At the ilauce. to be held In '.'he K. of Hall, on Tuesday, December J8th, the auspices of the Auditorium 'club, cards will be provided for'those who prefer a game of cards to danc- Miss I'.urdy, ot the Garbutt Busi- ness College stall', left today to spend Ing. the Yuletidn. In Calgary. i The Sick-room .Sunbeams are vei'y j Miss 1. Martin will leave on Wed- grateful to Mr.-m.T. Broad, who kindly i nesilay for Toronto, where she will made them a box to hold .the toys trom reside in future. belonging to children i Hospital. the Which hosts oi angels chanted h' ul: the joyilll tidings lirst he- left _ 0. Mi96 gun J'J.A Thiirh Hill den. Miss Gray and Mis-j Barassin, vis- Incarnate and the'Virgin's gram tanks wilting to he unloaded and many of these were of farmers H 474 02o living as fir north as Rosemeail anil for a distance of Uventj wes _ we 896 In the district smrounding this The .number of fc eign companies some of the best wheat grown ill with tbei. Alberta this %eai was lalsal for .the sa.rae were several 'ields as high as 40 and children, of Medicine Hat, and m p m Sunday school 12-.10 j uniiViinlo'rliiiid by marry -Mr. .1. I-f. McLean, oi UMmonton, lor aud the Ciiristma spend II. .Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Way and chil- li.m., Jesus." Wed nesiiay evening, testimonial meeting 8 p.m. The Heading Room is open io dav from 3 to 5 f.m'. has taken place and I the parties in secret; after! 1905-0 itbis they can never part as there men. 5Uch aB divorce In the Thr claim involved in the receiver- ra.hnlic church. Then they are KlOil Companies Capita'i moil bushels to the aoie 'man Catholic" church. Then they are'won ship proceedings is for I married in the eyes oi God and the Need of New Equipment I President Alrin W. Krcch of and Mrs. K. A. Wallace .ijimily, ol fUcichcn, will Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. -I _ of Saskatoon, arc visiting their j m MA in Roya, Itank _ J '-J0 clty j cvcryonc is cordially inyL-tVJ er snpuia sei vu Ilickling Irit l.hiV'ailwnljon'i' 'I' cd lo attend. liYork, ami Robert (ioclct, members of I might be prosecuted. One i ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN (hc Wajiash executive ami reorganiza-! never knows." ibc home- oi. Rev. C. Grant, commitlre, who were in St. Sixth Avc., .south. Sunday, Dec. Louis alter an inspection of the oast- Pcrman communion service liups Of the system, returned to 60 aS I SO church, though perhaps not according Uic to the laws of the land. It the form- should get to know the second K. IhcKling irit tins aiiemuon r for Cranhrook, vvherc he will Flawden, of Moose Jaw Hiest wiih Mr. ami Mrs. .V. R. I'en- arrive tomorrow morning to t'i-thiM- -spend Christinas with her cousins, "m the Misses Bawden, Coutts St. Co. presented him with fur-lined coat. .1. S. Vuill, oi Vancouver, is a guest with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. 'Yiiill over Christmas. y.rs. Schulk, of Strathcona, is the fi-iiesl of her son, Mr. il; Schulta, Uriicc St. s'Mrs. W. Nive'n and Miss Viva, ol :l'algary, arc the guests bi'Mrs. Ua- Ave. Sadie Bass will spend with friends in Medicine Hat. I tree for 'the :'Snnclay i p.m. UvcrybBdy welcome. Their many friends will be pleased to learn, that Mr. and Jlrs. C. R. SALVATION PRAIRIE FIRE IN DECEMBER High River, Dec. by the for new cars and equip-; ftercest Chinook of the.eeason a prairie 10j WO The lool lodge ot Oddfellows havq 47 1' 000 furnished a ward In -the hospital 11 31 100 The merchants aie doing a rushing J) 1H "01 Chris mas trail" The dlsjilaj ot 78 Ci 0 hristmas soods in all the stores ____----------------- ing most attractive Pd The Baptist Sundaj school festival The revenue of the depirtment ,v night a big The ihows an Increase of 110 M9 37 ove Chustmas tree heavlj laden with of 1901 which hrouth, m tne good things brousht Jos to mails' a largest revenue the department bad Heart The omcers and teach TLat 'or 1910 derived ers spared no trouble in ghinj tne from these sources liitle ones a jolly good 'time Auctioneer licenses Pedlar 'licenses Marriage licenses Automobile licenses Certificates seal Companies Foreign companies under provincial vclcome. immediately for new cars and equip-; fiercest cninooK 01 i- ARMY Special The committee in its inspcc-1 fire swept down ('07 Christmas services with appropriate, jj0 III 1CHCII, LIIAL dllli Carlson and their'son and all of -.vboii' ill with typhoid fever, have completely recovered and are able to be around as usual. .-On' Sunday, Miecember 7.80 -special Christmas Pira-' Dajitist -North Van-htrcss. splendid new WESLEY CIlirRCtl-Rev. here and elsewhere, sought to yesterday -Hcarn. the urgent physical, needs of (he Valleyan 'FIRST RARTIST W. A. II a.m. ChrjslXJr mas 3 p. m. no, Duty ami pleasure make a hard pair nllpd reu'o'rt of losses 1I.1LI1. IC1WII. is to It is feared it is con- as much grpn, both thresh- 'as'j tb-'draw to. ad- on miu UIILUI j I Heidi.'- 'The fire creaks could not procU Departments levenue 1910 ln22M71 This repo'rt of the provincial secre iary's depiitment fo 1110 stites that !BE-cd p Association. The membership of dollai, Perr, preach at .hd' tho The building is most services. Morning subject, "Whj commodious, and sttniotivc. and thelsll5 subjeci, "The i fleldi 'The'frre hreiuts couiu Chas. Gurd was elected president o.' ,owe'd on account of three inches of j Keiiteilant governor including one tlw-Dominion.Commercial Travellers mar nisht uili netllne noart frldav Miss McKay is spending thr, C'hrist- congregation is to be congratulated vacation with ;fbrd. Mrs. A. B. Slaf- -I- I1'.- St.aulfer, M.I'.I'., .and .Stauflcr, of Didsbury, are the Mr: anrt Mrs. F. K. Shmti t'hristnias. society. Mcn Star." Special on the handsome structure. Rev. Ad- j "mvsio at both services, elhert .r. Prosser, formerly of ,Aaol- and adult Bible class first Bapiisl. Church in this city, the minister in charge. ground. put out the fire. CHURCll-Rev, A. A. 'l.ytle, pastor, .will preach at both services. Mpining subject, "The quiet, but pretty wedding solemnized Great Light." Evening subject, 'The 1 namc .lcsiis.'V.Special Christmas, mu- ohoif d Art Thou." Cho'ru We wish you a very Merry Christmas Stafford Agnew Co. sic. In the CA sing, "Blessed and Duet, "Angel Voices." Anthem, "Behold I bring." Closing chorus, "The, Royal Gift." FIFTH AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH services. Morning II a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening szt- vico 7.30 p.m. All am cordially wel- come Rev. C. R. McKinnon, pastor. CHURCH OF 512, filth st.reel. south. Service at. 3 p. m., whrn M. II. Mynn, Washing- ton, travelling evangelist for tho Church ol Christ in ihc province el Alberta, will preach. Public cordially invited. THE HER RAN BIBLK SCHOOL is held evcrv Sunday at 3 p.m. at 513'M'li street, south. A cordial invitation is extended to both ol.l and young la attend this school. A special invitation' is given to any persons, who have been connected with churches of Christ (Disciples) elsewhere. GERMAN KVAKGKL1CAL LUTH- Semres will be held at 710 Sixteenth Vl., North Lcthhridje, at 10.30 a.m. and will be conducted by the Rev. 0. A. firoth in (he language. The (ierman-spcaking pop- ubCf is cordlallr invited. C Y r-Ui'AX1- ica it 8th avtnue and 11 tb street. on May Uth setting npart Frida Jlay 20th 1110 as a dai ol general mournius the piovince for the death o-r Kin? Edward In -123 permits were issued for the operating of motor Sii certain that the plans ,ot the late gov-; were raglstered 22 con ADOPT LAURIEfl. PROGRAM Ottawa, Doc. is practically ei-nment for the development of gregations incorporated .Courtney Day at St. John. N. B., will be'carried out and the contTlct for work will go to the Norton Orlfflt.bs Company for (.i.TOO.OOO. The con-. tract provides tor the construction of a great breakwater across the cnt- rjince of the bay loiprotect it from seas .which prevail whenever ..Hh'ere''.Is'Vin-d1' from 'the south, for (dredging of nil entrance -to the basin 'and the basin for the construe- Uon wh'.irvts and wsrcliouBes find n dry dock large enough to accommo-1 Cornish wem to Netv Jeisej in -.late the biggest ocean going vessels.'and got a divorce. Clcophns Champagne was sentenced at Ottawa o iJ months for tn'tt of John Samson's wad.' The InUr kept the of bis bill these corresponded, with money on Champagne. nail aid found of .il, Judge Charbonneau, has ordered Henry Clias. CornLih to pay his wife fSO a month for months; SlnWled In England :OWAN'S PERFECTIOM COCOA Cowan's seems to hit the right spot It is great food for husky young ath- letes the appetite: easjrto digest: and delicious p the Stocking Advertismg, and it Will I'illed With RESULTS ;