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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Dec. 27.1910. ICDITKD UNO RESIDCNCIE S3O ly used. A five branch .candelabra noming lighted tapers and reaii maJbbildav with Mends at a bed of crimson tulle and iholl> rbrmed a most attractive centre dec JSOCIAL AND PERSONAL K. Wright spent the Christ- grid Mrs. "W. U. Ives, and Mr. all spent Christmas with. Mr. .rents at Macleod. W. H. Morris will not receive oration. Mrs, Aaqulth wore a. ing gown of delf blue mirror eoli enne heavily braided. On Christmas Eve a small dancing party was given at the home ,of Mr. and Mrs. S. Armstrong, fRodgers.St. Among those p'resent were: Mri and Mrs. A. Roy, Mr! and Mrs. Wm. Mc- Mrs.-J.rB. Kelsty, Mr. will be married at Clinton and Mrs- Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Messrs. M-acdonald, Jones, J. Bennett. A Christmas tree proved an tomoj row, nor again until a'ter the Robertson, left for the ary-'4 to Wisemau, of that w Miss Ursula, Archer will not receive tomorrow, but5 after the New Year iwill receive every, fourth Wednes- day. j -Mrs. Tinning left this morning for Regina to attend the enjoyable feature of the evening, and dancing enjoyed in. the large dining room. A real old time Christ- mas Eve was the order mis- tletoe and a dainty luncheon Vas serv- ed by the hostess assisted .by Mrs. Cooper. A most enjoyable time was had and Merry Christmas Day stole Bedding of Mr. Tinning's sister. Miss in unawares at midnight to find the tbessie Tinning and Charles Beecher which will be celebrated in that city tomorrow. .Mrs. Albert Boy.d, of Laeombe, and two children, and Mrs. D. I. Cue, of., iWarner, formerly Miss of Letnforidge, a kindergarten .teacher, .were- entertained at the Austin iorae over' Christmas day. w Gertrude Jenkins .left' today! for Edmonton to spend a week. She resume lie'r "instrumental.-' in- fctruction at the Conservatory on Jan- .tiary 2, .ests still enjoying the charms music and dancing. of A very pleasant evening was spent on Friday at home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett, 642 Fifth St. South, by a party" of friends of the family, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. S. Arm- strong, .Mr. arid McClennan and Mr. J. MacDonald. The children a lovely Christmas tree gave the little a merry time, and was not at all forgetful of the parents; everyone receiving most acceptable Christmas rememberances. Singing and instru- mental music, latter by Mr. Ben- Mr, and Mrs. James TV. Brooks, of I f fetroiea, 'announce the engagement of their elder daughter, Lulu. Middle-, ton, to. -Mr. Charles -William MeKit- Alta." The marriage will take place on. Wednesday, Janu- ary It Ji> W. H.-Morjis was the hostess! net and ,-the former by everybody, was enjoyed, and all -were merry till the small hours of Saturday. One of the most artistically decked Homes In Lethbridge is that of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Reuter. Mrs. Renter has been untiring for a week dress- at a pleasant 'dinner last evening. Covers were laid for fifteen. "Im- mense, sweetly scented hyacinth mobms were the flowers'used in beau- tifying the board. j ing hejj rooms in gala attire for her large and jolly, euchre -party last ev- ening. Surely .she' iriust nave felt that iner efforts were appreciated, for everywhere there were heard exclam- ations of admiration and delight. Garlands, of .evergreen. ,and feolly- decked the and crimson crepe paper was used on the walls in. all the rooms on the first floor. Huge and tiny bells added additional bril- JMr. and Mrs. R. JE., Sherlock, Mas-. ter. Clarence and" Miss Marjoriy JLeft-V yesterday morning fo'r... Honolulu, will spend .the -winter. frne'v' we're "far "as T, liance to the .the.Ghrist- --Vancouver.-ay .'Miss -J- mas color0 Jrientls-m-that city for As many of the -guests were former, a mon citizens of "Yankee a, special .1 7 r >T ,.T courtesv to them was the tiny "stars Mr. and -Mrs. R. JE.-McArth.ur were v-i i--i j with tae-Umon and host-' ______ am on esses yesterday. aeiicious'1' repast Ooyers i at tiie -.pretty iionr STnilax. J The, Hour for, their- was set for laid, eight board> wnieh was large .pink-.carna- home of Mrs. John Porter, 124 street, was the scene of and Jacks that appeared in the corners of "tlie rooms. Between the drawing rooms draperies -.made; of various lengths of k .'scarlet? .xibbons.'.rto wMcii were were uhiqiiet'-au'd '-every" few sent a merry jingle through tite rooms. A -border of L.cmio, clubs, diamonds spades on the walls in red and f V jand a member of the Distinguished the four .walls where pain and -sorrow is a sister, of Carl Morse, of this service Order. He has fought abide, was a cheeriness and city: many campAlgns, serving against the j brightness that help ban- Mad Mullah in Somaiiland, in the ish some of 'the' pain for 'a short time war, and the Boer war. Icast- in the hospital side being a poio player, he has tiiigiiisaeci isinjselt as a cricketer, and -was was fairly g the with gifts. Hosts is 'keenly, racing. interested in hunting and Tbe members of the Baptist Sun- day .school will bold their Christmas entertainment in the church toraor- of toys for the wee tots and accept- able gifts for the grown-ups. Those who were too ill to see the tree didn't entirely miss all the joys of Yuletide for 'a number of beautiful An pretty, wedding took place, oa in Graca church at two o'clock when Miss Mar- garet- Peters Morse, daughter of Dr. Charles and Morse, became the brid-e of Mrs. Charles' Stewart Tupper of Winnipeg, eldest' son ot Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Tupper, of "Ravens court" Winnipeg, and grandson of Sir Charles Tapper, Baronet, and Lady plants and cut flowers, the gifts of the Tupper, formerly oi Halifax, but now Ladies' Aid Society, were sent to [of England, and also grandson of the the wards and private rooms, with a row evening at eight o'clok. of ,ove aml sympathy that programme arranged by the was'.appreciated: 0 promises to bo worthy qf a large at- tendance. The event of the holidays for Westminster Sunday school mem- bers will take place this evening when the annual Christ- mas treat will be held in tb.3 church. juveryone is invited to come see the living Gnristmas u-ee. A tree will offering will be taken duj- the evening, Several guests were entertaine'd at dinner on Christmas evening by Mr. and Mrs. Conybeare. The original table' adornment was a perfectly lormed miniature Christmas tree, a- glow with 'bright-hued favors. Cov- ers were laid for twelve. V .9 airs. Young-husband and Miss Jack- son will not receive tomorrow: Air. and Mrs. S. B. Mitchell and son spent Christmas at Macleod with Mr. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Mellis. Rev. A. M. Gordon'left yesterday morning for Kingston; Ontario, where he will visit for a short time. y Mrs. Home is entertaining at cards tomorrow evening for her sister, Mrs. Sanford. -m The al-tar and1 interior decorations on Christmas day at St. Augustih's church were very beautiful. Masses of-evergreen, holly, white narcissus, and and white carnations be- ing arranged most artistically by sev- eral of the' Tflprnhprc: nf t.hfr L congregation individual .preparations for the day took time to beautify -their church. Thomas.Gait of Toronto. The; ceremony was performed by the Archbishop of Cttav-'a, assisted by Rev. J. F. Gorman, rec- tor of Grace church. The service was fully choral. Mr. Cyril Rickwood presiding at. the organ, played, several delightful selections during chft as- sembling of fbfc- guests, gliding, ia.'o the strains of the liyraii, "The voice that breathed over which '.vas sung by the choir as they preceded the bridal party up the aisle to the chancel steps. A beautiful arch and choir screen, formed of palms and scarlet poins- the, steps .banked with tall white lilies, white lilies 6n It? altar, willing members of the j and on each -seat marked off W" .who, in spite of their guests, a large-bunch of. holly ome bakers and cooks, prccluced fix dean factories This evening the, large dancing par- ty given by Mrl .and Mrs. Conybeare in. the Knights of, Pythias Hall, is eagerly anticipated by the one hundred and seventy' guest's who have been bidden to; meet their charming debutant daughter. Mrs. R.. C. McClure and Miss Han- nah, McClure left.this afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, Mr. and .Mrs. Goode, Mrs. McCulIough, JUr. Messrs. MeCullough, Morse and Fisher at one of. the finest charming of the many Christmas din- ner parties. The guests were enter- tained Christmas evening, and the was lovely with its -scarlet and green 'decorations. Wide -bands of scarlet satin ribbon were laid from the corners to the centre, where -a shower of scarlet rose bu-ds, resting L a' holly wreathed reflector sent orth their perfume. Silver sticks, with red satin shades lit the boarH. Tiny "-wicker baskets- filled with -bon- Dons, and with red tulle and..hol- y-were tie dainty favors.; f A-number of- little people were made happy on Saturday afternoon, Brampton, Onfc., where they will vis- Rumor is again busy with the of pretty Princess Patricia of Con- naught, who, with the Duke and Duch- ess of Connaught, is expected to re- turn in a few days from a South Af- rican hunting trip. It is that the big bachelor party which the young Marquis of Anglesea is giv ing this week, is a prelude to the announcement of the engagement ween the young people. Frank A. Wallace and young son were in the city from Medicine Hat for Christmas, the guests of Mr. Wal- lace's -J. H. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Mitford returned to Coaldale this j afternoon, having spent Christmas with' their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Cragg- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 'Virtue and fam- ily, of Macleod, returned home this afternoon, after-having spent Christ- mas with-Mr. -Virtue's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Virtue. Mr. and Mrsi J. W. Jarrett, of Cal- spent Christmas trith their T. S. Fetterly, and returned, home-this afternoon. V Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davidson and family, of Calgary, '.spent Christmas in the city, the guests of Mr. David- son's brothers, T. R: and R. R. Dav- idson. CLUBS -SOCIETIES The Maids Eng- land 'will meeting in the Oddfellows Hall ing at eight o'clock. tomorrow even- Officers for the with! -toys, hood-toques, mittens, sweets, oranges, and numerous other tnings generously bestowed '..upon them by cheery old Santa, na'd China and musical been .specially sent' for .by the Relief L_ _- v _, lilUIo.. bociety. Santa was assisted, in ex- ending cheer and -happiness by Mes- lames G. W. Robinson, L. M. John- ijieartilv stone, A. Southard, A. Cunning- coming will be elected. C The second devotional meeting of the A. Y. P.__A. be held in' St. Cyprian's church- tpmoirfow jat eight o'clock.-.-- Instructive" papers Japan, inter- numbers will compose the programme. The public tied; TO ENGINEERS with white ribbon, made a lovely dec- oration to.tie already, pretty church, j Dec. 27.-The terms Of the As the bride entered the sacred ecli- settlement of the trouble with the lice, she was preceded by the -ive 'railroad engineers as made on Satur- Mr Carl Morse, brother of-day.' were-in. regard to wages as fol- ILfv i w the Mr. Montague Bate, Mr. pat Edwards, Mr. Hugh Fraser, Mr Talblot Papineaii of Montreal. They we're followed by the five bridesmaids, Missr rlcpe Wurtele. Anna Oliver, Miss Jessie Cassels. _Miss Janet Tup- Or, .passenger service 40 cents a -day. FOOTBALL RESULTS .London, Dec: results of league football .played to-- day: The Division Notts Forest, 1; Middlesboi-o, :-l. Kvertbn, ,0; Liverpool, 1.. Bristol City, 3; Oldham''Athletic, .iiheflleld .Wednesday, 0; 'Newcastle per of. Vancouver, and Miss Fnuu'S addTtiouel "di5erwi.ce Tupper On suburban service -iO united. 2. v Forty cents a day on through freight, j Tottenham Hotspur, I; .Manchester except on engines weighing citjr, i. for the drivers, of-which, an; Bradford City, 1; Manchester .ce oi5 cents a day the grooms sis- s' on engines .of '.the. ter, all looking so graceful aittrifttyj mallet type an. additional difference of in dresses of "opalescent sbadcu ninon j from .75 cents to prettily draped and made en train and cauglit ic place with gar- lands of hand ma-cic Servers' They also wore large blacfe. velvet hafis, facei with pink, and .eack trimmed a large pink silk, a wide of gold lace, and-pink roses and lilies of "the, valley. Following tae briuesiraids, -who walked in" single file, earner the maid of honor, Miss May Wyld, who look- ed, very sweet an-d graceful in gown OR p'ushers, helpers, wreckers, work trains', snow plows- and mixed trains 40 cents a day. A "difference, of 25 cents a day above the '-40 cent- increase" for way" freight j Tn all yards 50 day. j All transfer service 50 cents a -day. I (The same .increase is to apply to! branch as to main "lines.) Hostler service, where the Brother- j hood of Locomotive Engineers Division. 'Birmingham, 1; 1. V. 7 Siockport County. '-.o.'-? "Derby- County, 2; Wolveriiampton Wanderers, -r Gainsboro Trinity. 2 Lincoln, City, 2; Leeds -City, 1; Clapton Orient Leicester Posse, 1: 1 Southern Division f City, 2.- MiUwtS Athletic, 3: the same as the, Jbriicstisids, and agreement. 25 cents a day. Wack velvet "half slightly different in j In addition the engineers shape and_ trimmed, with gold lace and j have control of gasoline, 'electric DIN Queen's Park Rangers, South a laftro nfnt TxriTTniTr nil .QliP alcri i r-v r fr _ cairried a shower boquet of pink roses and lilies of the valley. Lastly came the bride, looking so dainty aid pretty, leaning on the arm of her fa tier, afterwards gave -ner away. Her beautiful gown was of white duchess satin, made af- ter .the- Grecian, style with a hand- some tunic of French hand-woven bisque, beads, caught in" place with, orange finished around uuiei uaiii iiie lUKiI1ft, ampton 1 the place of locomotives on 'which' the i pivmnnt'i increase also is 40 cents a day. THE S. A. MANY PEOPLE -Army band and carol singers spent a, -Mppy .time in j Plymouth .AYes't Ham, i United, 0..'" V" '3 7 -'Watford; v 2 JBran'tf ore 0 Crystal Palace, ;1; ro ctift'erent >parts city on anil Hove .Albion, I. Eve with--their music and' 'Bristol City, "post-; aid the Poneti. the yoke with. aVwide band of jetted I Hardy, desire to express net. j sincerft'thanlcs to tiie people who re- The Ions Hoaitan lace veil, which 1 sponaed so liberally.'by tneir' dona- was worn -by the- groom's grandmoth- years .-ago-, was fastened' to' the hair by a "wreath of orange blossoms and fell in grace- ful folds to the end oi the train. The bride wore "the groom's gift, a diamond pendant, and, also a diamond bracelet, the gift of the groom's par- ents, and carried a shower boquet of lilies ot the valley and mauve orchids. Aldous. grandson Swra'don WINNIPEG WHEAT tions: they appreciate'-the kind- ness -of ness, of J. D. Higiubot-hani, in 1-2. .closed at "0: May opened M'J-5-iJ, closed. 94 1-S: July opened 95 ing refreshments at midnight. financial results realised close upon .The carol singers started '.3-4; :N7o. ed 95 1-4. Cash close. SB 3-4; wedding ou Monday evening. black> an additional ____iber 19t-li, when her sister, Miss to the scene- Large ted Beacori Orton, of Antler, Sask., and nations were used everywhere. The -Jfltf. Bartlett Wanless, of Cranbrook, nostess looked most .-attractive wear- ing a handsome grown of Paddy green satin-, -with overdress of pastor "of the Bantist church. tulle' iri _ -were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed bv Rev. Mr. "of narrow green velvet ribbon. She wore a corsage Douquet of roses. The games were played at .nine tables, and Miss Stella Good, wearing a dainty frock of palest pink mn.on, ,de- soie, mums centred the inviting assisted Mrs. Reuter about the rooms; At midnight a three course, appetiz- and Mrs. Wanless will reside in Hat News. and Mrs. Mew-bum entertained i very few congenial guests at din- .'iier last evening. A cluster of sun- j board, where sprays of maiden, hairj-0 Terns were scattered here and there supper menu was the snowy cloth. Hopes of sarilas j'ijung from the electrolier to me corn- served, the Christmas colors being carried out ham, Ault. Misses Robinson, Holmes and; Refreshments were served! and then "everyone, young and old. eh- i joyed the 'beautifully decorated tree, i Wesley Church, was well filled last night on the occasion of the annual children's Christmas entertainment, wnich had been placed on the forms. Even the tiniest of the babies i j which this year was. a.; departure, from usual entertainment, A cantata present was not forgotten, she., be-. entitled "Santa Glaus and ing made happy with a. rattle. After i was given by of the mem- a. pleasant afternoon, -every minute of j which was being enjoyed by the on-: lookers, as well as the partakers in the festivities. Th bridge were most generous in provid- ing the many .gifts for these little of the Tee cantata-was in 'charge of Miss Jenkins, who de- serves much praise for the able man- thbse tak- jh state of effi- rolksr Yiiletide." were piled into At six1 o'clock the Alexandra they bus, ner she Part to such a hi cieney. A' A At'' A CUPID'S 3 COURT of Sir Henry Bate, astea as grooms- j ers ro cneer the'people by the-'Cbrist- man, and -the gift to him j and to the ushers was a set of, pearl and platinum vest Buttons, and to the bridesmaids, gold pins set with pearls and amethysts. During the signing of the register Mr. Jack Clark rrom the 'hall at 11.30 p.m., and until :-3_ M1. Oats, No. 2, C.W.. SI: .Barley 3.30 a.m., on Christmas morning 3- 47> No. .4, 38 1-2. Rejected.3G wers move. ;Close, upon '-Feed'34 3-8.- Flax, ty. cciiirades came oa't with the. sing- 0 Mrs. Knsign Laidlaw and singers desire to express their gratitude to the Chief of Police and Mrs. Gillespie in providing refresh- ments at one a..m. They concluded the at the home of Bro. and Sister My God and by G-. and the wedding party left the church to the lovely strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march. After the a reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents, 14- street, and Ur. and Mrs. Tupper left by the train CITY BUYS LAND TO EXTEND STREtT, TJbe city has Closed. a deil withVRl Ureh for the purchase of in -Lot 2, Block l, to be used for t'-.s sion of Fifth street (ilound street J "Seventh street South, where j a distance of 403ft part "of. Which Justice was done to the good things provided them. The Young Peo- ple's secretary, H. Dawsoa, spoke a lew .words of thanks to the comrades and friends who went out ".singing, -on. behalf of the SunftSy school. Near- for New YorkT to spend a week, but ly ?20 was realized by the singers. are returning to Ottawa for Christ- j JBand Sergeant Tulloch wishes through the Herald, to inform the pie of North' Lethbridge that, weath- er remitting, the band will.play on ,-j.vJ viu.iiii.iOo. .cvv olifcryCl .U.1UC, ers of the table. Eighj; covers- were i was assisted "by" .placed. After dinner several engros- gabies of bridge were enjoyed. Uow. -who looked well in raspbprry eolienne; Mrs. J. F. Rogers, wearing a fetching frock ,ot-- pale-.: blue flow- tlie festivities are now at their height and will-continue for a4 week or more, (Jhristmas is over, ;and organdie, .and Roy. 'who loqjied daintily, pretty., in mouselline frock witii Maltese- lace cQis morning those- who have time :6 gather their wits together after tlie fray, are bemoaning the fact that tne excuse that "Christmas only rtrkTYlMc. I d WllCil 1 lave -been making extravagant pur- j Aliases and doing utterly foolish tilings, can't be applied iagain rfor long naonths. insertions.., TJie honor favqra were awarded Sir's.- Hi. A. Simpson :-uid Mr, J. F. Rogers, and the consolation tilts Mrs. -C. scott. A. Little and Mr. "Mr.-and Mrs. L. L. Asouith enter-1 of New York. The engagement has just been an- nounced in i London of Lord Decies and -Miss Vivien Gould, second jter of -Mr. and Mrs. George ,Gould. tained at dinner last evening com- iimentary to Mrs. Watson and Miss S-iings, who will leave in January for an extended visit with, relatives in J-Jngiand. Covers laid for ten Lord Decies, John Graham Horsley-Beresford, is tlie .fifth Baion JUecies. He succeeded to the title a s-nort time ago through; the death of His elder brother. He" was born on at the prettily appointed table, where j December 5, He is a iieuten- tne Cbristmas colors were effective- ant-colonel of Seventh Hussars, and whirled- home. The mothers present took a -basket filled with an mas dinner. This is jast one of the and mas'before going to their home Winnipeg. The -bride's going away costume was of old rose homespun, with touch j es of black, a handsome seal coat muff, the gitt of Lady-Tupper, and a pretty French hat, with a gold orna- following account of the wed- ment, and toucbes pf old p_se. ivew The meetings all day on Sunday were conducted -by Ensign aiul Mrs. is 50ft. wide, and the balance Tlie price agreed upon !s Everyone Can Hare BEAUTIFUL HAIR Having a head of nice hair is a sing within tlie reach of anyone wjio will use Newbro's Herpicids before the ctandniff serm has denuded the scalp and left a condition of chronic baldness. t Hernicide imparts that saap" and ol miss luauge motss oi Charles Stewart Tupper of" Mon- Ottawa Free Press. The bride many commendable things that lias Winnipeg. appeared in_ been accomplished by the Society, Miss Robinson, and friends of tho: JNursiag Mission-since its beginning, j William Virtue .left this morning for Ontario to make an extended visit.. Mr. M. H- -Swan, of Movie, B. C., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Seatle. Mrs. Duf! and Mrst Sealle are num- bered among last night's many grac-'. hostesses. Mrs. Chiswick was another of the scores of dinner hostesses yesterday. Twenty quests were bidden to her feast lasfc evening. The decorations throughout the rooms and on the special .songs arid short ad- j lustre to the hair which IB so attrac- Among tne- Deautuui were gTvwtu "Tiie uiriosrs -..-..._ were noticed, a. set oi ermine fur15 through .your paper to return Having subtle fragrance Herpi-' Try This Cough. Remedy Costs Littie, But Does the Work Quickly, or Money Refunded. Mix two cups of granulated sugar with one cup of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2% ounces of Pin- ex (fifty cents' wortli) in a 16 oz. bot- ilicu add the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. You will find that this simple resi- hold of a cough, mi from the bride's parents, a diamo d lieir mailv thanks to soldiers and'Cide appeals directly to persons of re- from the groom's