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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta If cocoa is your favorite enjoy 'jtftfitt as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. Thj.acme of purity, richnac and flavor. v COWAN CO. j. shM tfsi Church yesterday by Cook and Glona; 2. Frame home: for the: holidays from the Pro- I at Calgary. 13, f- Mr- Wood and'Miv Napln- of i Oivthe "beautiful" snow is deceitful; Raymond of the Bank" of Mw- Tls il t0 'Montreal, are spending the is lO'ffiV ?i: Tfie Monday club will'noVl mee.t again, until, after the holidays. _-f ,.w" I w- R- Seatle-will en- tertain at Dinner on Monday -evening. '-Mr.' M! ifls.ufid dinner; invitations -for -Near V? I members the Bank of L ?norv.of splendid- ;newj several friends ''at dinner .evening. evening. Mr. and -Mrs. Conybeare are- enter- taining ar "fom'b-rrow' e'venin- covers will-be laid 'dinner tombV i. pilr- :i V." tT, .weeding ?.'as su ia'All evening, -when r, and' bpen" meeting; atf Wesley. i-Rpe- be as' fol- aaid 'fdauihter, :K.atnie9n, on Mon- 'with vandf; Hugh; son 'J J1, (Gounod Anthem- ith'e writes r :M-ethod1st Church. .botlL. frnm ;S.usie -Tjeen ''Instructor in tbe public" "schools" of 0 Kingston, fiias home -yesterday. Lethbrisige to .'know' femaiix at home for thfC'fe-' r "4 if r; Wetheral' Isiaiict, .-aiie -visits g: the.if6fnier'8 l-Flf th jnas tmvEven- will Sunday o'.cIocX, by an aagmeiiiea-icablr-W.'ifoiloTrs: Us'-'lirow 'Go SVen An- Abid-: S? A QVft 11-- located in district where th idV T I .f I "Nfai I 15G c 1'Si] gjjMs as and eleven, a... select and" special" Choral party Carols 750 guests met at- their home on the r-rW, six-nailes north j Brassy Lake. :The occasion of the) St Patrick', (Roman 2l wedding. The mass at 3 a.m..with commiinion William George j LMJdreil's mass 'ar High and Miss baisy Laycock, oil E8R 11. Sunday-School at 3 1 GrassyV ;Lake. .Miss Pearl Bryan at The j Knpx knot. The morj convent The ladies' ining.was Jali. and sd still thatimsets eveo' in thl- f L. t_ i T i i _" I J.-L 'in convent Music 'A'deste Fl- Bflat; j" .T' .jfeH. and so still that the flag hoisted on one of the Church minster-onarch .tomorrow will' at the usual hoursv A. A. Lytfe will address-the chj'Mren at the morning service, taking-ic'-riV subject, "Christmas." T-he cnoir will render ;special music. At the evening tQ church choir will render the f5 service of song, "The '-Sn-nwfc rounding clung to its pole, and j declined ,to wave, important as the oc- was. The wedding break-! Baptist A. J. I'rosser .'ffast sery.ed-jafterwards was .talce for plrkerlwEs latery "Our .Gffts J.invhospitaL Her friends all Blbl !'rl SchooJ may! take, on a. long lease of new health iKinsman, Rev. 1 J i mrm tl B. TVIU -prea-ch at the'Mcr the musl022 setting of Grant Tmier and X H. Meredith. Tie Placed In the village of ta tte year D 58 a v Sunday School, '.end .M meets at 3 o'clock A cordial farrtta- 'to preejlt the .errlcei cf Q.LUBS (SOCIETIES -'f cfcL t-ii.g Chapel's Christmas services ternoon. -The following: I be s 2" ar- ev- The Women's Missionary Auxiliary' [of pesley Church had a very pieas. I 'In the .3. iiK to.OurjLord jjj.u a very nieas- meeting-on afternoon. J3lrf Alexander' gave an "excellent pa- s'per oh Slave Traffic; 7------ Cfcrlftmafl- tainment. Eaeh class will furnish a of numbers for Class at 3 fjo. -Holy Baptism It talnment. Ul's TRIKE OFE 3. Mission's Bible Class A hearty St. Cyprian's' Church (con Eighth Hievonth-St. m. settle meet of the wage controversy the engineers raflroads expected at the regular' confer- ence tbis aftrnoon, Proposltioas had wvnn trom these Mediator Neil will' draft a basis of settlement It was gevi_ offldaUy announced that the 'rail- roads were ready to accept the medi- ator's plan. The engineers aU of the early THirt- of the dsr os the proposition. Engineers and rail- roads raached an agreeaent Thsxa wtll be EO strike. CUPID'S. COURT V V Rev. W. solemnized the arriage of and Jessie Laing, at the'hoine of the' bride's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. McKay street, at-eichi this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Stellar I left, on the morninj train for Great' i-'ans, where they will suend Christ- inas with Mr. Stellar's parents. On Thursday, -December 22. at Knox R. Beyer was Join- ed in marriage with Mias Harriett Gomm, both of Diamond City. Rev. A. M. Gordon officiated. After a brief Mr. and Mrs. -returned terday afternoon. Brotherhod of St; Andrew sy to decide on; ready to serve. r-bove all you are assured of the richest, purest, cleanest Cream Cheese for your little dinner or luncheon or supper. Few there are who do not like Good Cheese. And the most fastidious epicures have stamped their mark of ap- proval on McNaughton's Cream Cheese. Packed in white opal jars or in pure tin foil packages at your grocers. Ask for it. and be sure you get it. DAIRYG ;