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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATtJKOAT, 1J6CKMBEH VJIU Out Ttxport Connections atx6 Wist) tfymt all in TJIB DAILY JIKHAU> PAGE NINE MIL ADI s PHONE SPECIALS FOR TONIGHT On Sale 7.30 to 10 at the "Bag" Store Canada "Jlour 'SttHls i te tfce "people. Ijel U m Uip ai rival ot Old Counlrv mails iiaa great disappoint- ment among Old Country people wlip Imve been expecting Christmas letters and parcels (rota and relatives in the BilUpb Jules A few scattered mulls fiSm Old Land -nere re reived a week Ago today but nothing has come since Postmaster Hamlv lannot explain tho delay Other Christmas Business through the office la "Very heavs, and a laige mail is expected from tlie east tonight. Tills will bo delivered 0112 carrier delivery will be' made; The post office will be open on Monday as oil other holidays TEAR UP RAILWAY, SHIP TO ENGLAND New as the Chicago, Anamosa Northern, other- wise as the Can road has ben resold and will be torn at, and with its rolling stock shipped to .Bug; land and relaid according to its pres ident. Herman SonUer, attending i the qiiarteily session heie of tin. National Associition of Wasie Ma teria! Dealers He said he expects to make the same disnosltion ot an other road he owns the Iowa Short Line, which he also bought ;m "waste material1 H. M. Colliiw will journey., to Calgary for. Miss U Thomas will visit tor the Christmas week-eiul. Mrs. A. P. Yeale and Miss 1'. Me- Cartin are in tlio city from.Warner. Miss X. Keefc will spend (ihristinas with lior brother ill Calgary. Mrs. Tripp who has been visiting relatives in Calgary returns tonight. Mr. I.eo. -M. Coombs has gone to Cardston for the holidays. Miss Ethel Preston ot Calvary it spending the holiday season with.her sister, Mrs. Roy Davidson. Miss Dorothy MIUTS who has been attending' normal school at Calgors arrived home today. V Mr and Mrs. R. W. Long anil Miss Aileen Long left today to vinll friends ill Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. HigiuUothani of Edmonton arrived this afternoon to spend the Yuletide season in the city. Miss Verna Hamly oE Calgary will spend the holiday season with ;her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Hamly. Mr. and Mrs. .W. Hayter have gone to Medicine Hat for tte Christmas welk-end. V Miss 13. Mauson will spend thy Xmafi week-end with her parents in Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. R. -1. Crooks will spend the'Christmas holidays with relatives in Macleotl. Miss Saul ot Edmonton is spending the with Judge and Mrs. jJackson. I Mr and Mrs. Geo. Stacey and Miss Stacoy will spend Christmas In I Calgary witli .Mrs. Stacey'a brother. Mr Nelson Cascadden arrived today Crora 'joplin, Mont., to spend the holi- days witli his parents Miss Bessie rishei of trinbiook irnved lait night to the hoh dava with hei aunt Mrs Chas Me Klllop. Little Mint, -U1S McGa g aruvcd llus afternoon from Edmonton to spend the Holidays with hor grandmother, t3Ire. Chas. MeKillop. Mrs. C. McKenzie High Hivsi leaves tonight to spend Chlistmas her pirents and Mis White sel at New Dayton. Mr. and Mi's. F. S. Collacptl am family ot Sask ,ire spending the holidays TV Ith "Mr and Mrs I S Smith H any one knows of needy families they are asked to notify till. Nursing Mission, so that not one will be.with out Christmas cheer, Miss Aileen Dunham is home irom Alberta Universlts Edmonton snend -g the holldav season witli her par ents Mi ami Mrs S S Dunham it -Sir's.' NV. 15. Simpson ur- rlved afternoon from Krlmonton .0 .spend .Ghrlslinas wltli-relatives in the city.. .Miss E. SnllUiV formerly of Mils I'lty but now of Edmonton, is spending the holidays with Miss Trunholino at tin! Victoria Mansions. Mfe Jessie llornu and Master Brian Home are leaving on -Tuesday1 to spend several months in California. 41 r. W. Frame lius m rived from Cal- gary to .spend the holiday season his" da.ugh.ters. .Miss liiva and May Fratne. Jlr ami .MI'S, '.lames Heid leave to- day (or Medicine Hal. to spend Christmas with Jlr. and and Mrs. W. Michie, Caul.'anil Mi's. K. I'. Jlawksliuw who have in the for a. few weeks have gone tii Calgary and will spend a few days at tho 1'alliser. i The lecture ol' Prof. Luck on ''Kx- periences and Observations in will ue given on Friday, Dec. instead ot on Thursday Deu. JSlh, n Knox churchy Inspector and" Mrs. K. L-lnmuy and Mrs. Huniby's mother, Mrs. Sauuders, arrived this morning from Shauna- to spend Christmas with Hr. and Mrs. A. C. Sauuders. Mr Alex. Robertson -.vlio is u stu- dent at Alberta Kdmon- on is spending the holidays with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. 0. Robert- 111. _ Mi- and Mrs.. S. .1. Shepherd and laughters. Marjorle and Nancy are earing this afternoon to spend Christ- mas with Mrs. Shepherd's 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dlxon at Maple Jreek. Sask. the closing exercises at the Central school yesterday the follow- ug report of the'- patriotic work done b) the pJinls was prese to Airs G W Robinson regent of the Alex ander Gait chanter 10DL Sum aei of scrapbooks irom Miss Snai man and Miss Nlmmons rooms 44 number of. finished socles 8li minuer of unfmiilieil Bodkt 73 wool recelv td 6014 Ibs wool on mind 1 Ibs This icport the done since the opening of tte (all term. Certificates for knittint, were pies sented by Jlrs. .Robinson to the clnl- U nnrsonage on Wellnes daj ovtiling the wedding took, place of Mabel liene Smdei and Mi Christian' Joseptv Gotighnour, both of Enchant The ceiemonj formed hv T H Cobbledick was TOYSTOYS To ensure a Final Clearance ol' all Toys we will reduce (hem to Half Price tonight. 7.30 to 10 p.m. Child's Felt Slippers A final ojiiioriimily to g-ct a pair ol! Foil' Slippers. Ittw Felt with leather sole ami ankle sirup. Sixes s 12. Heg. Tonight-.69c OgiHIo who is attending M berta University at Edmonton, nr rived tins afternoon to spend the Uolidaja friends m the citj Lormeu uv bj the brides paiuitb and Mrs H r Snider Mi Men's Heather Mixture Socks Kegniar Special Tonight. Pair 1 Ladies' Overall Aprons Fine Ginghams I'nnfs, All sixes. Tonight S9c ladies' Silk Finished ir" Mull 'Kerchiefs l and jml up 2 fb' in dainty tolcler. llegnlar each ORANGES, fine Navel, Tonight Perdoz. BANANAS, BANANAS Tonight Perdoz. Greene. Mrs. Broonie. Mrs. Prosper, Mrs. Hall, assisted by 'Misses Bertha Scott., Ixy Gordon, Ursula Elton, Ada Murray and Alice 'Fail-field. Tlie dec- orating...was- done -by' a. comniittee consisting of Harmon, Mrs Hammond and Mrs. Ritchie. Guesses as to the name of the dool, which had been dressed us a bride by Mrs. C. F were received .'.by Misses Mirrlara Stoltze and Marcelta. Latter- 1 ty. .The doll was won by Miss Emma j Nieliolla who guessed, the correct name which was "Marie." At night I enjoyed by a large For Christinas i And All Holiday Week Your ChrUtmas table will not'be complete without a big bowl, generously filled with these jolly, bright, California Oranges. They should be plentiful too on Christmas day at barracks, and in the mess-room. Convalescents back from overseas should have Sunkist Oranges. They need the organic salts and adds that oranges contain to aid digestion, and bnng the blood and tissues back to normal. Uniformly Good ut Sunkist in the Hocking! and keep supply for the kre .hipped fruh to your local today from your them by tjie Uniformly good at keep are aalwt ipeeUlty of Sunkirt Oranget for the holidays. Fruit oTniiiatwn oi "Oranges for Health" TUuisdai eienmg the High b-n- i boys and girls held their innu-il Christmae eiiteitamment which took the foim ol a nmsqueracie this jeai The pupils Piclnnged gifts the cost of these being limited to ICc and ,t Has each pupil s aim to ,el something funni and cause langli the cos tunie were splendid but some ap especially to the judges who wore Messrs and Graj these being A Homan Centuiion Paul Mat son Tolly, Miss Bennett, Queen of Beauty Alice Fainield Mexican Woman. Ada. Murrav Red Riding Hood, Miss Fisher; Clown, Allie Arm- MIBO Fi (ier was awiided first nnze (a box of chocolates donated Di Mr IKnno) and A.llie irmstiong was given the pilzc foi the most comicallj dressed (a box of chocolates present ed bj Miss Fishei rnej piaved gumes ind latei m ths. eiening an old woman came in and wished to take part Tie presi dent Walker Dunham told her that it she would pa> 2oc Llterarv fees, another 51 7o admission fee and con tribute to the program she could ste> She paid her mones and played a solo They asked her to re move her bonnet and cloak this she did aad proved lierselt to be Santa Oliuse disguised nj a woman s cos tume Undei this cloak was a perfec1 Santa. Olaus dresb Santa then stripped the large distributing the pres puts candy and oranges The verv "pleasant was brought to a close by a little Ihe Sale ot Sorts held on Thura uaj by thi" Red Cross societj was a splendid success as consinerablj 01 er JiiOO will be added to the funds the society as a le-nill The store former Ij occupied by tnt Standaid Furniture Co' was transformed for tlie occasion by'red and featoon ing of fancj crepe paper Christmas and Japanese lanternh Two Christmas trees laden with parcels in charge of Mrs M b Ale Arthur and iMis M T Gibson assisted bj Sllss Mabdl Wallace and Miss Blleeil dressed as Red Cro4i nursts They Appealed greatly to thSU'ii'd'-sn vand toon JiuL dancing, was number. The. society '.extend .a hearty and giatelnl iote oj: Uankb to the follow mg Ae tmboia "Music Co Ltd lor i ise of a blind new pnno can j Transfer who so kindly gave, their! cartage tier 4ml Mi Mrs long and Mis Needg 1m music jrovided Mrs Carbern foi donation of Hoy Electric for lighting; T. S. Fetterly for loan or chairs: F. Nelsdii building Carljle RNWMP foi kind assistance and -ill merchants who made, suc'i genei ous donations: I As the Teai 1'HG is ill aw ing to aj close the lied Cross society w Ish to i take this opportunity of thanking tiie j puolic for then geneioiib support the pajitr THE CANADIAN BANK OF ANNUAL Unusuajly Stronq Cash Reserves and! Large Resourr" Assets j for 'loan of (hi cream adiau he annud! statement ot Ihe Can of Commeice to Oth of tho decoration? left on tho o eci troes. !The fanoj work boolh was i chaitoa of Mrs W P Koj Mrs Boul ton Mi s S B iones and 1; v (jlmlinon A piettllj decorated candv stilfiwbs looked after, by Mrs. Pairley, Mreli'tund, Mm Fairley and Miss Murray, Mrs Scott, Mia ,'iray and Mrs Knight wure in iharge of the apron booth and Mia tiammend tlie rug! and pillows The pantry whlclj was laden with home cooUnk prorJded ovei b> a position of flro nonncefl strengtli-, and affords anotliei notable iljusiration of how Canada s financial institutions stood the. test 015 the, ol the od contlition'R orented bv the Tho outstandiuy- f-atlirte pr the shoeing as to! cash reserves which amount to 291000 (equivalent to .0 per cent ofi the deposits) and the pioporttons tlie liquid assets J1'9 '41 000 (50 perj Earnings are OSO as atainstl 352 36 the nrevious i eai ToUl deposits which last jear were 5194 523 000 ale now Total assets have increased -during the veai from to i Curicnl Ibaifa and discounts, in Canada HSOTWOOO last jear aie now indicating that not withstanding the lienvv demands ol the Blitisll and Canadian govern i for war purposes the bank been able- to..mcct: all. the legitimate renuii ements of its commeicial, man ufnoturlng, fanning other ri s tomers at tlie Some tune Tnaiii tain 'a' strong liquid position. RIGHT MAN WAS ARRESTED Chicago1- A." luou Mr- BosuU, Oppenhelme. c' 1811 Bast Pirn street A little later Smil II Oppen lieimer hurried mto tlie rTVdc inik 'Mri Donald, Mrs The lira Siuiidere Btoltze room witii fleWtftttloM of rert in "charge May You have the health to enjoy, the heart to enter, and the power to give Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year is the wish we ex- tend to our many friends and patrons 1 want a Wai rout ,tfr-the man who beat my wife', he KaiJ lust then Mrs Oppenheimw tace brnlaed ruabed into the fouii -oom with a policeman. There's the man who belt mo he my-husband the omsn of M-s lookfl ;