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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE TON THE LETHBRIDGE .DAlbY HERALD WEDNESDAY.'DECEMBER PR III i IE mm Teok "Friil-a-iires" Y, Ost., April I AT si m WILL BE FIN5 MUSICAL SERVICE -ORCHESTRA' WILL MAKE FIRST I t Al St. Pairivli's cburch tootsht, in ncrord- uiee tbe cuftoia of tie Roatm CariioUc Cliurci In ushering the day Store is nou> and are carrying a full range of children's, boys', wo- men's and men's shoes. A CLEAN NEW STOCK Call and see our English samples in Child's and Girls' shoes regular up to for The Family Shoe Store J. T. PETTS TORON'TO TEMPERANCE WORKER DIES Tproato, Def. George TV. Oadea, "of 368 George street, a Trell- Ixpwn Trorker, Is desd, ril thi body will be tat- to to.KlngitpaTor Bad .Blood is the .rarect ar.d igjult cl irregubjr.or cor.stipate'd bnwti anA cloggetf-up acd ilun. The Uudigc'rUd foodar.dolhcru-aFtcroat- ter vKVh IE aHowcd to poisoiii the Htr-d the irtiots iv-'UrilDr; Mori'sIn'dian Root Rllj art on the boneli.reguhtisg kidneyi, t'viaj'tbetu eaieiriditrerijthtppcopeily filts-lbe ibkxxlpiind on the skill, up For mire liulrli Ufa !Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Your wife never Slid ihtdid Fancy Cfcrkia, Cut Cfait, etc; Fact of it' it." .-'i her heart gild It will cost than -us are out our' ROOM 1. KIRKHAM BLOCK VISIT Kirkbam Bros. Evenings Until in Rome 15- greetings to stnd, liriug abroad send let- ters to Hope which are read per- soiially by tte Poatin and. answered by CaldJnal Jlerry Del Val, thi Pap- al secretary ol stote. Today the Pope received Car- ruary. with bows' and arrows com plete. These wire follo'wed by March in the ftrson of a yonnester n-ho blew himwtf Into.tbe good of the his anttcf.' April iras rsprwented by a doren Writ glrlE, wfco periorrued a raeMy parasol dance la a rawi-ie.- ibat r.'oulc Hare done credit to milch older child ren. .The month of of course had its roay-pole splendidly class .of the 1 ge- Hay senled by 'Christmas day itself, however, wi H was fully in- bad a clever, ,br bundi ot young Jocinn; Canucks, who handled Ihelr rifles 1: fashion. Atteust, fo vacation lime, had) as Its represents, ;ive s. baudsonio'.'swa-sirte.'jiri, Tfb despite the chiHinc-u ot the outiid brought pleawnt meroor- [es holtday time witb her to 'tHe itase. for harvesl-tlme was ipproprlately by a class hlch an nL king sat In state in a portion each day. The was made by the superintendent, and nwa moat impressive. HAPPY TIME AT THE ARMY The Clients ol Santa Olaus rerUiin- hid the. Utne of their lives last (real white marblo ball, and his dmeed an tha "pureit white, rougbt in bbe rk-b and all bocorlng tlie'ruler. Tho poor Shi such sftta M a pair of while On this story is based the White in honor of the great King, it ivas very beautiiully prewcteil it Jtr. j. H. Tabor, tuperin MxiecfOK'tha prwided, and ke programme was introduced by the'Citadel Bard, the told tbe RETLAW night at the Salvation Army Citadel and a good cjowd gathered to seethe re _ l Dec. 31. Jolin ItoJger, who lives r.iittii-ivrsl o! town, is very ill. He has been silk for some time find owiug to his advanced age his ____i gVe need a furoiture store and farm implements firm, torj- of Mrs. Dun- a wGlcOfflE and then a dialogue en- ttled "Tue -'Mrs; Donlop grtve' a recitation entitled -WiJla Gills lo the prim- fcry the leadership of Mri. Snyder, tang a chorus, aid Ales. niarcbiDf-on to the platform dressed lepfrsralir.g-ah nations' As Captain Tut-tc, ivbo piesided, said were certainly .the clvi _ heautiMly-raade' and in the i ion boss conies.- The ttlegriiph.yiKB large nurr.ber-of all strung to.Hetlaw ami will go tnev nude a ;inlo the sectiou house until the The C: P. li. carpenters have the stockyards they will be a nrm. Rreat accommodattor, 3ed ant! nine From the evidence U ihb left them alone while she went- out to country with a bachelor horr.estezoer. After several days ahe cam: bjeV, changed (heir clothes and left them >gtln to the tender mercies of t'ne ne.Egh bon, who this time to thft pretty chorus, ptTformei! 'a couDlry biirn dance .n (mite cd style.' Octobbjr its leaves, B, trio o: girls for its 'who gave quite tfce mua- ical n-jniber of the mcri'.cd the upon November, Ihfe'.auihliiB tbe t'je anUcf, of Uttio fTeadlo HoWm bogriy .Jeiightinj much Ibat the tpy'i ba-l to tMrond to a TOCifertrJB encore. .Tbe yew's rmtar with a itpre- fenlaUon of.a berj of cardi" for final Trees Trees plifltlng In Southern Alttrti ,rt being rjffHti th> Britifh Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd. OF VANCOUVER. C, ALSO Frnit Plants, Shrubs acd Reses VouTtvcrds or TrtW tttmt HurVy. of the M.'C. A HtLIAtLE MAN WAHTtO TO SELL FOB US full to 7tb Avenue Wejt. Vincoutsr, home. _ Virlut's clszs not only drill was Very, 'beautifully dune, and a i- great deal o', mc.-ntmml cents-per Ml by the small hoys in a flag' drill. ISc-. riressexi pork The most pbpular item, however, was I JOc. .dressed IS 12 antj Hc- diill wiiich'was pptEonn-% girls drcsscrt iu Japanese lea each carried a Japanese lan- iro on a ivand arnl when the lights were lowered and the girls came inijshad' nr'd all .-are taking mil drilled .by flu; liglit of-thc Ian- teams-all are very ..beautiful cRcct was ihasy.. comes.for 5Q miles iron) marie. ITio drill was splendidly per- ,ior spectactilar "enect ichorrw. sung hy all the pesformere listlcally m'issed on the fitting end to remarkihly clever leftoiomeiil, and one which marli- 4 St. Cyprian's Sunday tctool cbild ti atnusemesit. providers of no i raeati order. By this lime Clans had iicaroe'i ar.d unloaded 'a heavily adea CbrJstrcss tree of, Its one or orcry child in the Sunday school, ind the hearts of the' children were more glad by the gift of a >i? of and a rosy-cheeked apple. A pleaalr.g feature o.' the evenlns as tbe of Tlci-lvr >ri7e. to' scholar bad Ihft most marks during the year. Mary Walls to 3. Hid i Fine Programme Caledonia Hall urarmed a bevy of happy jounjulers nilbt oti (ho occasion of the. annunl con- cert of the Christian SnncJay rohool. A t-'rogramme presented, mi every one enjoyed i fine'llme. Miss Iltch. the rrfficleril and succeM ful The pro- was zz followi: Song, ooagregation; B. W Ryan; Scripture reading, D. W. Jn man; song, "AngeU' girn o Mrs. clan; rwitjlion, vlco the tioctur'a bill Tor .an 'aniily, provided provisions for the diniiar. Duniop'fi gave a'dollar qtte'nnS to" be the paa'lw, ReV. Mr. PASS, where be Deed- ed. Tfafi. primarv class great biS ttoeMns to te eiven tfa9 Ikes of others, V the oulstaDdirjg fealure of the'eveoiDg ,of. the school in too New TMUmienl Pccke't League- Each Ktcflar, other than the iraa presontcd with a New Tealamfrtit, and the Ing pledge, whkh ti to bo fllled'in and refirned next-Sunday. .The oft, at the very least. four ol elerators arc. fm- Srwn- seems as if it should be higher. T he carpen tors li five begun wo rlr on Mr. James Xo1an1s house. H T; be a nice one. It just-wonurtiul our tovnj. is growing and there is a big inf-r crease in, building as timt goes on. r CHASE PROFESSIONAL. "FUNERAL GOERS" Grand It ic estirnated thit'therc are five hundred women city.who are '.'funeral Thete women hiunl cenieteriti arid watch protfiMioni and crowd up to grave Ing morbidly at the caiktt. and mourners. The Park Corn in I no- er< today decided to ctart a j men keep these wornm oul'of i the cemeteries on the ground, .-j they have rriade therr.Mlvn ''pub- went all'thft tlrne and the iftadlng of imfHHrttl tight or bearing. if SCOTT'S EMULSION' n< rejolariy after llw hrtr nUiiM it n- mea ana spectacular cnec.v oi the most beautiful things of its kind''sccn, in this city. Oi cparat, the event ol the evening was Katita Cisua.: He was-'weWomcd by a little tot by 'a recitation, antl she stood her Around nobly although is not always popular because of his good j JJo'.vever, ho soon tccamo the. i much appreciated guest he is every year ind fullj- esiablisliod Ms splrn- did reputation for giving the supplr. of. toys, etc., as well as dies and oranges. After disposing the toys Christmas tree-he eil tot order arid announced that he now had-a to vhfch lo stand ,lonvorri ar.'l Santa rraii from a cheque inafJc out on HanV cf that thr Herald .Christ- mas tund presented to the tzptain Unc hundred nml tvrcnlj'-flre dollars toward tlift Poor K'.intl. Three cliccry (or the llrralrl, srnl the gcwrous fricr.rti! who oontrihuleJ lo its Christ- mas Chwr liinr] Tfic meet- cltiieil with fror.i Whom-all and }riit-r Hunter pronounce'! the hciiedic- tlon. BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED TO -DANCE STREETS New Amusement to Trftd Be- -cauaft San Franciaco Cloied Dance Halls ?3, Pro- ti (Siuerf (oday for San Francttco't first street damante Jlo. be held tonight, fr.tludi "Uons for the Tango and Boston Dip, The city-will furnish tde ind police to bar holdi.'.' The strctt dante It being tried a substitute for at pub- Ifc closed three months ago. After exercise, a bottle of H ALBERTA'S No matter how hard you have no matter how tired and hot you may. be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride "'will iwove a certain revivifier of lost energy cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Lmited PHONE 554 ;