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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, .JHI12. Tt-tf? A C "When they saw the Star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy. And when they were J. llLj I lvMri.O come into the house they saw the young child with Mary his Mother, and fell down and worshipped Him: and when they had opened their Treasures, they presented unto Him Gifts; Gold and Frankincense and Myrrh." Warner a in Wrestling Bout at Last Night "The 'Upward flight of Jack Taylor in tilt! realm oE the padded mat came sion to a sudden and abrupt check last night vten tto Ml. War- ic a i iwi, giapDlor par excellence, opened and must hc up a keg of cliain lightning after 35 victory, even though threw the a mere trick, for .Warner. policeman so hea7'ly to (he "ran lo a "msn floor that ibt husky Taylor" ,lld not whether the Majest'c 3iad fallen on him o hud. grappled with a rorrs out secon on lui, back bag drop 1: r iJ" i M. ,1 51 !T "I "'1'uli ifiil 11' i s V fFlijs-' Baptist S. S. Held Annual Fes- tival-Program Was of Rare Merit On Friday evening, Dec. 21st, the Baptist Sunday schools of Diamond City and Coalgatc met in the Baptist church at Di.inioiul C''y for Urn nn- nnal Chi'istmas tree and entertain- ment. In point of numbers the gather- ing; was a'record one, every seat being occupied and every available inchv oC standing room fully tnlten up, wuyg pud wfnfjow sills alike wuro flll- The was cxcollont In every respect, was in three partH. The first part 'was I" the form of CljristiiKis recitations and songs ren- dered by tho boys and girls of the Dili: niond City Baptist Sunday school, who as they performed their rcHpectivn ijarts reflected groat credit on Mrs. Held and Miss Porter who trained! .them. The second part was given lij'j the children from tho" Conlgate day fiuhool tnnlor tin; able leadership j of HHss Williams, they presented a Christmas cantata "Santa Glaus in which was enjoyed by all. The third part was done by Santa Glaus, who distributed from a. well laden Christmas tree sifts, cand- ies and oranges to all the members of the two Sunday schools, as well as to the others who assited them in the program, Rev. A.-V. Grant, of the Church of England, was' present, and delighted the audience with a humorous recita- tion. H. J. Gould, pastor of the church was chairman. After enjoying them- selves until a Mate hour all went home, fully satislied with the even- ing's entertainment. i LOVE'S TRIAL ADJOURNED Pleshertbii, Dec. P'ce-j liminary trial of Henry Love, charg-i fid with the murder of his wife, 'which J was to have begun today j has beon further, adjourned until Monday of j next week. School Closings and S. S. Fes- tivals Give Emphasisi to SeasonYjoy KILLED BY' A STREET CAR Vancouver, H.O., Dec. Murray, a fiaherrnan, aged living on Garden Drive, was struck by a street car, and instantly kilted on Sat. nrday nighi. IJn. attempted to cross in front or .the swiftly moving car. It Wjin not "liTiii! tliiit he was tiffed. i Macleod, Dec. is be- ling felt by all. The first Christmas i irce was given by the Methodist Sim- day school oh Friday night, which was the best, of its kind ever held in The-church.-was.crowded to the doors. Jlany were not to gain admittance. The program ir-iv ht- t lio fli i 1 ii rr> in to gain admittance. The program was by the children and rendered in line style. The kindergarten depart- ment took the hearts of the large crowd, anil the boy scouts were 'leen-.i by all. Public school dosing was a day of I .SUCCEEDS MR. McRAE New Haven. Oonn., Dec. el- ection of President Stunucl Una, of the. Pennsylvania Itailroad. tn the di- rectorate .or Vork, NVw Uav. mi j "tones the words'of the hymn, "What Children [resented fine rrO- a Happy 'Christmas to j the martial .strriiiis "of the familiar gram at the Sunday School K''r. "Men of Ilarlech." When the Festival Tlie annual Christmas catertain- Diit of {.he Salvation Army Sunday school in the K. I1, hall lost, night j reached a wire was received from great success from every Santa Claus announcing his arrival, Arrival of Santa Subsequently amid breathless was a great success from standpoint. If anyone had taken peep into the proceedings he would have seen on the of the hall a ence the children's old and dear group of young folks with the look j friend Santa Clans appeared in his of expectancy on tbi-ir faces. The J familiar .costume and snow white children had gathered together not heard and without delay proceeded to only to have an enjoyable time in the matter of cnterl.'nnment, but (rue In the traditions of the Army celebrate the birth of Jesus. program in ihc eaimliii: of Amlrev.'-i who was ably as- sisted by Captain Peace, Mandmaster distribute gifts of candies and toys lo tlie scholars and ihe little in to j the hall. It was a sight to makej': Tho. glad tho heart of man io witness the v iieth Rateman, on behalf of Dr. Pat- fihsoii tendered a vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Brophy for" the pleasant evening spent, by all. OBJECT TO Saskatoon, FAIR WAGE CLAUSE Dec. Hallcrow, Scot iivrd. The Salvaiion Army is to be rctary llnlT. ami .Junior Sergt.-Ma- j consratulaicd on it.s'interest in the jor Mrs. Starks, who was in charge j welfare of the young, of (he children. The Sunday school Harrison and the aldermen were round ly Toasted by the School Hoard be- to make j cauae the Council adopted the fair wase clause advocated by labor un- 'on 'liioKtj. young faces who j Tor all city work. Thn School all with nne accord voted Santa I Hoard refused lo adopt iiio fair t.'lnus the best old fellow that ever i clause, and trustees gave our the opin- ion that tho council is a radical or- of the Army a I numbers soim-lhing in (lu; oi six- jy children, who take a rt'arm inter- est iu thu instructior. them by John Foster wiig fatally hurt at Wy- oniing. when throivn from an auto in turning a corner. A lint, owned by II. H. McMnnn h. W.IH luidly wrpckcd by a nat- ural gas explosion, caused by leaking pipes and a reckless plumber. ;