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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Mom'ify. THE LETfllJK IIXJI3 DAILY HUKALlf '.a 11 Phone1OS6 Home- Made Xmas Cakes and Plum MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 Oil, grant (hut of those who In llfo'a sunny slumber Around ns llku filly have playod, Whon slorms are abroad wo may find In tile nnnibur Duo friend, Midi the llfu-bonl, to Ily to our aid. 4 Sirs. Diilftlru nncl son, ol North I.c'thlji'Ulge, liavo gone oast on an ex- tended visit. Mrs. W. S. Galuraith will entisr- tain at a children's party on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bniirquo will spend tlio Christmas season in Edmonton. Miss Oundric, of Macleoil, will lie a Christmas visitor with Mrs. R. E. McArilmr. Mrs. C. .U. Carlson and family left yesterday'to spend tlio Christmas season with [ricuils and relatives in Minneapolis.- Miss Ida Fyfe, ol Rcgina, is spout- ing the Christmas holidays with her. hrother. .JAKVIS-IJUXK St. C'yprian'.s church was the srniu oi a ijiiiet but pretty nodding at S! o'clock on Saturday filing, the principals being Miss I.uttie, Dunk and Mr. Krne.st Kredcrk-li .iarvis. The Ijridc, who was given av.'uy Vv hue father, .Mr. 11. .Dunk, looked well in a .smartly tailored suit of grey A. K. Diml- v. ii Ijndpsn id whilu the giouin was supported by Mr. .1. A. i'almor, llm -linoi being tied bv Hit Ii t inon Mi Milieu. Mr. and .Mis J lu uill luVe up their in North CLUES AN'D SOCIETIES Wesley SmiJ n ii.li f iheir Christmas cnUr loiiiglit. V been provided will Sunday i ill en their annual ns tonr rt on Friday c( urn at at, tt 7 Holy Cotmn mu n uill H rt'eljiit eil in St. A tin s church on Christmas nioinin it st t n o clocV eight o'clock, ami at Hie eleven o'clock service. MISS VIOLET AGQUITH Ppi or Premier Asciuiih. They n ae-the-guesls of Ambassador and Mrs, L f i it Canada during in i 3. Both are prominent In women's work., but i ncr i c militant suffragettes. Tta o, luiov d, ul t 1 to Uu. phr, the ore ,.r it Rev. C. H. 1'opliam, .oi St. Mary's cliurch, KCtlibridge, was or- dained yesterday in Calgary by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Pinkham. grcntly. tlio cour sh- Mr. and Mrs: W. B. Murphy, oi Winnipeg, will spend Christmas with the InUer's parents, Mayor.and Mrs. W. D. L. Hardic. Mrs. C. .J. Eckstorra awl Miss Lu- bile Eckstorm leit yesterday alter- noon to spend Christmas with the former's mother in Seattle. The member., f t u ancpl c mid of St. Augusl n s church lie ed to ineet at the t-hurch this evenin- to decorate for C lu s i is effect be nD uilnncert liv shaded can- dles. The season's delicacies were daint- j ilv scrvrd at four-thirty, when Rroup- j ed about the board were the hostess, I Irs DHL Jton V s> .1. B. Iloss, Mlf U'ilKnol Miss Alicii Higiiftolhani, of Guelph, a.m., and .Out., arrived this morning'on an ex- nuinion at tended visit with her sisters and bro- thers in this city. At present she. The mid-'.veck prayer service ot I Wesley church will be held on Thu'rs- I uay evening this week, -to Christmas fill n, ui el P d i St. Cyprian's church will ctle'-rate I the Christines ti n In tl i di 11 istration of the I' i o n i ni will the ci jti I hi i of b hn I and at the mi inn i t .Christinas music L put cr The Westminster .Guild of Knox church have an inUrib n ro i i i for their iiTectuu ton Jit iuc'i is in "charge (if Miss lliginliotham. The children of lire First Lutheran .Sunday .school will put on their Christinas eiitertainnuiiit on Woilnfti- day evening Die home o( llb'v. C. Grant, .Sixth S. A service will tr. liclii fof ins hers of the at 1 a.m. Chocolates Wallace, oi Gleichen, and Mr. W. H. j on Christmas morning. McClelland, ol .Calgary, will enjoy the Yulciide with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace. In Fancy Boxes Home-made I Phone 1O5@ Mr. H. Morris, ol the Southern Al- geria Land Co.'s survey is spending the Christmas holidays with his pnrcnts. Mr. and Mrs. Percy L. Leach will spend ChrisUnas in Tabcr. Mrs. C. H. Devine is in.fi'om the ranch to spend a couplis of Mrs. J. B. Rcuter. Mr. J. S. T. Alexander, oi Ferine, will spend Christmas with Dr. and I Mrs. C. F. P. CoTiybuare, at lltvcr- j view, and will remain tor the marri- age ot their daughter on January '2. Mr. Hoyle, of Montreal, lias arriv- ed in the city to relieve E. A. West-land, manager oi the Hank oi Toronto, who goes east at the end oi the week to spend a month at his home in Toronto. Mr- Cochiranc, oi Moose .Jaw, who lias heen spending a short time with his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Cheney, rc- j turned home today accompanied bv j Mrs. Cheney and children, who will j spend Christinas under the parental j roof at Moose Jaw. Mr. Lay'ton, Urn popular leader ot (in? choir of Knux church, was pre- at the conclusion oi the choir rehearsal after the morning service yesterday, with a. Christmas gift, of a safety razor, from the Mr. Lay Ion, though ent'rcly la'ich hy surprise, acknowledged the sift a. well choson words. 'Sick-room Sim'icams have fill- ed -'17 Clir'.stnrai stoc'ings. Mr. !-Iar- nld Henderson 1ms kind'y rja-cd a motor at the disposal of Mrs. C. F. 1'. Con ''-earc, who, accompanied hy one oi the nurses from the Gait hos- I pi till, will tomorrow visit the bows, i j where are to be The j Sunbeams arc also scndiug out eight Christinas dinners. Thft Gait hospital ii; being prettily decorated (or the Yulctide and made to look Christmassy. The Flow- IT Guild dnnin! holly, which JK t'cd willi v.'ide crimson i ihhon to each NT! in lhe w.'ird.s. Tlic Hospital Aid Kticiciy are itoiiiilinir a ;.riit 10 pich pafi'MIt, ;iS is i'.lCfllli'llt. A smart and particularly happy event took place, this" J. i' Router, jircsideat of t'.T Art club, entertained the memhcrs at a Christinas party. The table was an alluring picture centred a miniature Christmas tree laden with from the hos- tess to the guests, from oi which a merry Christmas stretched A Christmas grab-hag will make the h i nt ror lnond who is ill. choir If can be made to any purse; that t is its c' cf ippeal to th donor. It lasts t s 1 d ntl tint is it greatest attrac- JLC.I 1 10 i to t le M ii t, tl P h s to u l the ago and t tc of the pe is to open it. In it pack ton or ji dozen gifts tied jparately in tissue paper with guy cords or colored ribbons. Fasten a, card io-tlie outsidy oi the bag. It rug it IP 3 L iv Christmas. As hour strikes shut your eyes, thrust in your hand and pull out the Hi'st toucji." One nttracttve a. per-' sen be matin of Japanese crepe and filled .with somefof the knfck-j which are to bo picked up for 25 as many any .Tapancfc'1 bazaar. Some appropriate gifts arc a package of orris-root sac-bat, a print in soft tones of some oriental ma.idon or snow-cgpped mountain, j naiuted fan, a Uaeup of thin china, aj tiny carved hnne or ivory charm. .j j A child's. could hold a picture -f bock, some stones, a doll oi' a Uimb or bear, a small Simla Clans, a reindeer. ;i holly-fignred hair ribbon for a gii-1. or u pen knlfe'.wliicb hfippier days for a boy. 13 right-colored chintz or cretonne makes the pretties; bay for a cliihl. Her Letter Tliore are a fe-.v immortal letters. Horace Virpii v.'rotc upon wax- en tablets that will outHve the of the 1'antlienn. The quills of Mmc. do .Maiutcno-n and TalUsyrr.nd will keep ajar ihc floors of royal Franco for to Ho Inng as ink shall mark the of Yesterday, the pnu'iousi of dies tor- field will us TCiiHland's bril- liant inimp rooms and lead UK back io May fair in Us stately prime. In such illusirifjua com jinny The hiimhle Irnos iio upon my desk ihavp HtHo place. yet tlioy soi-m to me. in phiiplo pitcouancEs. ihc Isaddi'st words brcal; tvcr wrolo. Ir -wna May JI often piclujv h> iuj> cbildinii Ui era blurred from a pn: Hie lftii.pv mt'.p. iahoi'iouKiy simp- -riiit. nure and i. cupital is fo'i' liii! liiii d paper is a leaf no TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, FINALE TO OUR CHRISTMAS SALE And when our doors swing to at 10 p.rii. to-morrow evening, the most enthusiastic 4 days' selling that has ever heen witnessed in the City of Lethbridge will be brought to a close. Our store is open to-night and to-morrow night till; 10 p.m. for the convenience of those who are unable do their shopping in the day time. Our delivery equipment has been doubled, and every convenience possibly think of has been added to our store service to enable our patfofU UK do their shopping as comfortably and expediently aft possible V. s MeUlier spaeo nor timo will permit us to again enumerate the.de-'- tails ol' nil the lines that have been specially reduced -for this event. We just mention a i'ew of the leaders and ask you to make this store headquarters for your nqt re- gret it- r Linens, Neckwear, etc. PUKE LINEN HUCK DAMASK GUEST TOWELS .per-pair rlIUI 'Ut SATEEN' COVERED ARCTIC DOWN COMFORTERS ffiQ SILVER MOUNTED -BLACK SILK UMBRELLAS..... QS LADIES' MOROCCO AMD MOCHA HAND BAGS, worth for...... LADIES' NOVELTY NECKWEAR 50c PLAID STEAMER RUGS LADIES' SILK HOSE, per pair TABLE CLOTH AND NAPKINS, HEM- STITCHED, per set.................. DRESSES FOR............. KIMONAS fo'r ........t...... 75c FANCY APRONS FOR SATIN UNDERSKIRTS, for....... SHOT TAFFETA SKIRTS for ___ SILK BLOUSES for SWEATER COATS for...... MISSUS' SWEATER COATS !JH.8i> 25c. irt.-> a Bargain Grocery Parcels PARCEL, J1.00 NO. 1 Y2 doz. ORANGES 1 Ib. Mixed NUTS........., 1 Ib. M. P. Mixed BISCUITS Ib. Box CHOCOLATES 1 BOX CHRISTMAS CRACKERS NO. 2. PARCEL, M.OO 3 Ib. flN OF TEA 20 Ib. Sack B. C. SUGAR......> con FOB WILTON RUGS, lhat wer. up 75 BRUSSELS RUGS, J27.SO, for that were up to SWISS CURTAINS, that were up to {8.00 for.......'.......... DINNER SETS DINNER SETS CUT GLASS AND BRASS WARE ALL REDUCED FOR THIS SALE If you have not yet ordered one of our Christmas Hampers, DO IT NOW GROCERY HAMPERS to WINE SPIRIT HAMPERS to Hundreds of other Hems in Men's Wear, Boot and Shoe Section, and through' out thetSlore. Be on the sate side and BUY HERE Shop the Morning if Possible While have made every preparation possible to suc- cessfully handle tlio iininen.se number of shoppers expect- ed tomorrow. would remind you that it is always more comfortable and satisfactory to do your shopping in the PS BAY STORES Queen with hor trailing court pass iliroujih tho sitvnis. Thn day was hum; with azure tap- esh'ir-s. nntl Uie f.iiut sftcnt. of c-asf.r wiih the sweater strain of spring-decked orchards, crept into tiip room. Tlu: world p.vas never in a gentle" moctl. BpvKig ?tirsrd in Hie :iiv On vomit; leaves pjvpnd. floi-'-. yarrows fmiirk- whaling delight ol so much. The biiby is playhiR with my tiiblet, a-Tir] 1 am trying; 10 write. She is tlio sweetest little doll on earth. "A Discourngeii One." A WINTER COAT The omnipresent fur Is here used t'ne; ihu nnkci! he-arts woivic hell. And I to form the chief decoration of this el.-borate coal. vvidti collar re- vsrs are fjicltioned of two rows cf fur and a single row edges the circular I f'ot ori wjlich ;l tossed--.' basque. The .long jlightly rucfcer) over n piping cord, 2re .I'EO finished in this Iiccomina i o i r, i m: >i i n Soft G n n r i ;3 b o n r.r, I he NO" awtst. ntirj be noticed the buttons arc at "OW by cf tiny silk rt'M-.iinod m-ny for ihn lii'o in many a hidcnu J lmve licai'd souH: hu; out to sou am! su'cns ir.ou ci'.vliiiHl Iinviug a clilUI 10 tup] 1 have ItioKcd upon I five iia well ;ts I might. cinchiy A C'hrisLmas story is upon my dcsli ivork of days, a thing of polisli- nl. liarrl-wcrn phrases, Unitling with (lio tintinnabnlation ot" sleigh-bells, uf crack 11 jig Yule logs and pursy stockings: bright perhaps with tiiuii-iled SCIHC1H5CS, but tinsel and ompty, I fear, as the dockings of a rich man's Christmas tree. Then- 1 of Mils page to he road in twa million ho.'iieii and in .the that re.loctlon it seemed aiul I this Instead, to be a j message in 1 Cod's nivn n.imo. Anc! if it reaches, but you alone, your' Jiuif. SlakT oC Sorrow, I shall be con tent. Fight on. .Tlio world is still a did not[ house of dreams aud Justice always I thor-! hears. Tho star shines ever over Socleuf j Bethlehem t'o guide tho men u> UIH K the day conies when suci) as you sp helpless, betrayed, so torn, so worn, so bended rhe luirden, find no ptaco, no liclptnp nil tliai tn make ytsni' lifo ivorlh tlio a inojtn lie. "ow- Relieve! Hold ra.si, tn faiih. live: j pnlst-s in UK- womli of nlyht. atoned. Repentance washes iH Tvounds clean, I bear this greeting for your Christ- mas moral! Your atory will Inspire men to go where poverty has cbok'dd the fill the .empty hearts and stockings in His name. There was a Christmas day on which God gavo His Son unto tlio poor, and iff it be that you cannot find mercy, then His own sacrifice was Kaufman in Wo- man's World for December. don't Forest, Out, Is have post office. Emery Mulling fainted in court at T otidon when convicted of Hla wife hnd laid n. non-support cliaTge and Mtillins had boasted that the marriage was not legal. When think o' fuiich down town, think of The Brown Betty Tea Room Our Christmas "Pimpernel Chocolates havo arrived. They and their boxes are "Chrlsimaa- Ky" and may solve some vexed problems for .von. Room 4, MacDonald Stock. ;