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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, DecemberJMt, THE -UAUA' MllADI ,K SAINT STEPHEN'S DAY "I'ralso for tlic first of marlyrs, who i saw Tlu'c ready stand, To uid in midst of torn-.'jnt, lo plead at God's right hand. .Share wo with hini, i! summoned by death our Lord to own, On earth tho faithful witness, In hea- ven the martyr crown." Ilosli'sscs tomorrow- Mrs. P. W. I'uller, 'Avc., S. 803 Seventh 'liss Muriel Manna leaves tonight nrett hospital, Uunlt, formerly ;MCS. Macklo, Mr. and Mrs. Mot- .lun. Miss Vivian Slockiill, Mr. Itpy Jnmiin, Mr. C. J. and Mr. .J.i W. .'ones. I i Mr. and Mrs. F. Downer, West- minster House, entertained at an ideal Chrislmiis dinner party at scv- ___ ox-lock last evening. 1'lnk carna- Mixs Olive navies is the guest of lions, narcissi anil potted plants in Me- f other Mrs f! Havics. Miss bloom lent their freshness and frn- leave for California the grance to the drawing rooms, form- e k in lanuary. !UR a cheerful conlrast to the wintn- I ness of the Christmas night. morning. j aml silver appoinlmcnt's, a hlifc clus- tin- of crlmion carnations resting on The engagement is announced of with Harry Hre'tt, of Hatift, anil Miss e-Mm Helen M." Fleming, bend tlu, highly carv- 01 for her home in lira'ntiord, Out. Nova Scotia. silver candlestick containing un- shaded crimson candles. Quaint con- ceils in unique bon-bon boxes and COWAN'S PERFECTION! COCOA "GitttforlrNkfuL" A iUrted Gowui'f toy with a head and a iteady a da? fall of ud life. Coma tlte fcody. It m rich in valtM aad DO YOU USE OOOOA? Miss Sadio llass has returned from Mrs. William Niven and Miss ivn ,urthcr adorned the a short visit in Medicine Hat. Miss Coinlin will leave tonight on a visit to Toronto, Grand Valley and other eastern points. Niven, of Calgary, spent Christmas the guests of' Mrs. Niven's mother, Mrs. (i. Davies, Filth Ave., S. (.'overs were laid (or the host and hostess. Miss Gladys Uowncr, Miss Begin, Miss Rogers, Miss Hatch, Miss Miss llcgin, who has been a guest Mr. Fred Downer, Mr. ,Wy- wcs'm'msler House, left today lor Mr. Conrad, Mr. Rogers, and Angie liawdcn leaves lomor- Creek. She will return to McMnllcn that .yob. simlily "Hist brood over some uiinlessailtmiss that has wrought, up your ..feelings, .forhld ymusult to nilcrlain tlic ilioughl for a specified length ol Wine-say half an hour. The idea thai in' a little while you .will be free -much' as you Illie wilPtjiiiel'iyoitn impatience. (This hint'Is'fur those who, are Just beginning to diifciplfiic'tfciir thoughts, anil, find the difficult When up, you will probably We IJjtt'rMtyd in something else lu: think. 0! the unpleasantAncidont" will tie li'ss then postpone doing so halt an hour. .Keep .this up, lengthening the tinie.'of-f-jirchibilion, by the bugaboo will die a natural death, or else you will sec that yon were'wrong, ami not it, and that con- sequently all thi! trouble was a sha- dow cast hy your own perturbed rniiut Keep a sieve over your memory, may allow only the finer things to find a resting place there, while the coarse dross is oast aside. 'tfnglc.' Miss Angle Thursday, leavin, her a 'ciarmlng mod- row on a two.nonths tirp k J M cl grocn, iridescent net peg, Minneapolis and u.adison. ___ }xm salin jjjg Jjjif visit MlSS )l3r> UiOiiIliCU nil feted among the younger set, Miss Downer was wcarin Mr. H. Ml, ot Wilmcr, U, i.s has a general of chiffon veiling p the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Uiiv- u ics, .ibli Fifth Ave., S. Miss .lean Campbell has gone on an Mr. G. S. of P. hall on New Year's night, are asked to iraet for practise at the K- lg" oi P. hall tomorrow afternoon at 'B Pale blue satin with heavy, passementerie accessories. Miss Hegin had donned ITALI tONTROL FOR MAKINOSOAR SOFTENING WATER, REMOVING PAINJ, DISINFECTING SINKS. SOLD EVERYWHERE EfUSC SUBSTITUTES SEVERE COLD SNAPS WIRES TELEGRAPHIC :COMfrfUNICATION.' op.' WINNIfECS V- .Winnipeg, Dec. iSj al- most entirely cut communication wltir'Eait'ohr 'Caiiitda and the United States today. The cause is the .severs cold jpell Rome Pope de- 'w.hich has tightened wires so'as to cided to hold another consistory m snap them In place, C. P. H. i accessories. Miss Hcgm nau an4 it that control Ol ,.cwis and Mr. P. V. a dlic coslumc chiSon, handpaint. W nres- red College will he taken away from Lewis have rciurncu num extended visit to her home Lewis have returned from Cardslim, pajc tones. annbunceineiit at the Vatican. A nuin- her of new cardinals will be created spent and it .icenis that control o! t' i working one wire 'under difficulties. The C. P. R. inning light engines with repair Ont. left on Saturday for her home in At- took place on between wood, where she will spend a V0 couple of monlhs. 'iiirl hridc was given away by C. C. Bark- Morrow, I Mr. and Mrs. 'I. H. lloimbrqok and Hnu, little daughter, of Calgary, Thn evening was enjoyably spent in dancing, bridge, ,and music. dollars in unnscmas prea ,p running ugui. enaiuco 'n oalients'in the Gait llos- the Italians. The announcement ovm. from cd great sdrprlse W clerical circles. oontrol ls expected Wiren BYLAW IS NOT STRINGENT ENOUGH COMMENT.' OF THE MAOIIlTRATE IN POLICE COURT MORNING "The motor vehicle bylaw II not stringent said the police magistrate iu 'police court'- this morn- ing when he diimliitd the -.caie atalnst B. E. Carvor for of the rules regarding loundlnc warning at crossings. "I think my- self that the bylaw should say that tho horn should be -blown, at crossing, especially bmrtmil The case ataintt .Mr. Carver dismissed teca.use: lie that Medicine Hat News-On Thursday Miss Louis Falk and Charles Kmil Dec. 21, in St. Join. _ Christmas exercises oi ov. Carlson, both of .How .Island. Tlic Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. .1. .Sunday school enough progressive pi al Tiu-s were distributed from ed great surprise in" clerical circles. eIDectjd-.norllir. Wire, [c Chr, s cea ten o'clock, yes- It was believed Pope Pius created so worlcinr t aro ,Detter shapd inc i_m uuuu cardinals at the recent consls- TUe coid was, ushered m PU tcrday morning- H tberaometer _ s.r-siifri raa.'jjttaws -yr isriv n, Llll. ___.._1, iirolJl in ttie (II OPPlUJi lo LUll IJ UWIM nnmnllnrl lifltn thfl Andrew Anderson, of uiuLa tn i--- a good deal bride was given away by U. L. nan- w. Morrow, Andrew u. c-nl.istmas night. The program ?aurcu s, -zs.1- r. jsrsr'SS -.s sssstr HAKES Mrs. A. il. JlcKcmui.. ORR-WYNNE Tllo Slmday school, organized Ull. UU IAL Croft and Mrs Grofi of Mr. and Jks. Erncal Carr, oi Tcs- Calgary pretty but quiet jj ago v.j'u, ,s members, now ae'thc holidw '-nests' of sier visiting Mrs. Cart's ,vcilding took place on Tuesday even- has aa oi about 50. frs. Win. llardyi'Third Ave. brother, ,Mr. V. W, McGuirc, 616 9th .illg, December 19, at the home of Mr i.-., i ATrs. 'I nlSCllOUi _ JVni.- MARKETS m Mr Colin G. Oroft and Mrs. Grofi, of' Mr. and-to. Ernest Carr, oi Tes ricilnnJ- sVll'S. Taber, were the holulay ,gnnsls l-ii-nl v. lUUVi u i it, in u t p I "vcr sixty motfi- wueui _--------------. Stsnlev of Grassy llc'Sllls. L m ilt the Christ- 95 3-4; May, new opon- Lake, spent Cliristmus at the homo Mr. and Mr, F.. Frey and children, Orr, Champion a .ted mas Augustin's SS 3-S ;j.....-----------' .......t Hnvnl View, the in marriage'to thai Ics I-l.'Ujnne, 01 nndr-r the opened 36 o and 3Irs. George. WJi.clen their little Marjory, Maclsod, were Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. -ilaincs lientoni Mr. and Mrs. E. Frey and children, Orr, of Champion, Alia, was unite. in spent, Christmas View, the in marriage-to Charles y al guests ol Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. McLcl- Calgary. auspices oi the Heli K' and .land, of of Mr The bridal couple, aUcmieu by Mr. Mrs.H. entered the GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Dec. wheat oiJB-ed SH'-S-J, closed 93 5-S; May, old, closeij 96 3-4; May, new open- Augustin's as 3-8, ifteri-oon under the opened May open- 1-4, closed 3S 3-4. auspices of the Relief society. -------.1 gaily decked, tree _ i closed 185 1-2; May i 188 REPLY TO PRIEST ho .had complied with the bylaw, ana found him not guilty. Vm. in on the old charge of'supplying liquor to the Indians. charged with giv- ing Plegan Frank a load of Christmai joy-to tide him over the Ohrlstmai holidays.- pleaded not guilt" to tho charge and was taken to the cells his trial tomorrow; morning. if. Vincient- and A McGregor got Winnipeg, Dec.. Tribune, inexcusably, lagged jasterday, and which, last ttle sb'inewhat' sensatlonal'stitcment by, ceils, paid three dollars and costs Father Couieau on tho church's. Inter-1 each into the city treasurv this moin- lirct'cjlon of the .Ne decree, and ..were allowed to depart m i' rtnrpli visited" Parlor to the strains of Hie wedding The choit of church UMICU on Sunday altar- Madame Philippe. Qoy, wife of the UioiiRMfulncss and kindness was much Canadian General Commissioner, gave appreciated and. their, singing llior- a small reception recently for a mini- oughly enjoyed, by those who heard her oi Canadians, who were visiting them, in Paris. Ur. Wai-nock, M.P- for Maclr-od, is C. L. Willis, publisher of the Slot- spending the Christmas recess in tier Independent, one oi the newsiest Kngiand with Mrs. Warnock and chil- wecklics in the province, spent ,ircn. Christmas with his brother, the man- igcr of the Stiirland Theatre. Mr Q j.j Maclcod enter- laincd at a very dcliglltful affair last Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Smith, of Loth- cvcning. Tho electroliers and walls bridge, formerly ol Fort Qu'AppclIc, 0, UK al.a-iving rooms were adorned are visiting ilrs.-W. R. Hare, 2022 Hobinson 'Leader. 01 HIB A sBJIlinlid supper of 2 3 Northern -I UJ Muriel Creigh- donc ampie justice No.'fi 67, No. 6 57; Feed, 53. Oats-No. Ion The ceremony was performed by K 2 C. 4 11 'n n nnfk in the ores-nee of to' alter. wlncn llic liappv tiii r. Qd 43 42 the Rev. Uack m tno }mm )jags American Wheat relatives and intimate iramis. The. people of the .city Mr: and Mrs Wynne Wl" reside at 1-115 Centre street, Ca January 1, 1912. lir-ctCjIon of the ,Ne Touiere (Iccree, g-jj-gives''prominence this-afternoon to a rep'ly by 'Dr. ot- the Presbyterian church of Canada. After saying. ibni'M, is impossibla, to. pass over in silence the iloiivorance, 'Dr. Duval discussen the hypothetical and candies. The people of-the .city: 9pened j case ajva.11Ccd of a Catholic who had reside at t generous ,in dona: 103 1-2, closed 102 May opcnedlM a'Protestant without' 'per- a'tCr tions-to tliclrcat. V-' f' buildlnit to be done ia cne the city next year. "Wille very people may know it, neit It go- ing to see the i'tfletlon ot the supply at the. rlT" bottom, _oe- {ore the middle of the building I einect to the eontractors ping lie south.'' There are now JW i rown about tilteen gravel at tho river bottom, while for the city wort .Ions comes mischief mid to that .af'.or eluded Mr. and Mrs. Morris- Irvine, Mr. and Mrs. W. Adams, Mr. .and immorality. ry of those children shows that from going wrong, dtiTinfr Curling Stones throllffil passion, wcaUess, Indecl- __5 Iv part of the evening. At twelve Mrs. ,1. B. Gray's class of girls at or, any. wrong at- o'clock the guests sat down to a dc- Westminster Sunday school gave cvi- Lay to heart the lesson, lectaWc supper, the balance of (ho dcncr. of their regard for1 their tcsch- il may te, as a safeguard r.vening being spent in music. cr by presenting her with a beautiful future mistakes then reso- A dainty Christmas gift was prc- piece of silverware as.a Christmas muiy shut tlic incident itself ant of sen ted each of (be guests, who in- JH'K. Cray has been teacher of that its shadows may not this class for about -three years. Tho thc nnth before ,you. Coll- ful eirls, with their teacher, arc known ,lant dwelling on past -blunders will of In North I.cthhridge for their local Bap yoln. and coniusc Mg missionary activities anil for their Hint yen. will con- IIUMIU loyal support of the'iniertsts of the jtaritly find yourself falling into er-; ,ieait a-t............ scj100l i rol. j IhUn any other two aees combined. lt u when you are calm that' Thp danger perioil in tho IKo of a The office and warehouse staff of'.f.' yOI, e.ercise your iudgnicnt as II. Turnev Co. were entertained vou should, and il the ,s con-. be alert to If last cvcni'ni? at a Stag Dinner at thc disturbed by discordant vow-, i 1 on.-'IIB- DHL IMS DOUUHl, -.hi-'itmaiifhiisbiiil I'il is estimated that close to lorty priest says that the tiuai t .hnsj i fl ds wlu b8 hi, Protestant wito, ru tUusand jaro a-diilterous rbistion to lii-jh-iw. .li ment an other by thc lesson, 502 were satisfactory. mi The ages of these children the priest and not a with that d..g.r period which .h. 1 bo .nod the S ........__ llns between the nras of cloven and God and the. Ms oi to -COBt the contractors more to sixteen. If vou keep your hoy natural moral i Ol Ood. do their .work, consequence tue tiwt period. Thc aeo a putting of an reason given for the gravel ecms to'be the unlucky ;tbe papal system in mo. Is that there has been no year at any rale, as a j spirit o-f God, to the cursing of and a. larger numhor, of children, an ttOTea, eravol has teen ship- the; whicl. wiU f some, answerlnr. Hit 1... 0 f bo .hipped in from 'other Darts, it t ase as our more into 1 Hjent We have the celebrated "Kay's Ex- celsior" Bed Hone Stones, pp. Curling Brooms .50c and Me ea. Curling Jackets P.50 to ea. All our 'curling stones are es- pecially designed to suit ice condi- tions in Albftrta. Stafford Agnew Co last evening at a Stag Dinner at the stuntly disturbed by discordant vpic-, prepared to direct Alexandra Cafe, as thc guests of ,1. cs from the I fall of Memory any-ui- (Q be his 11. Turnev. cxpectnl situation will have power to and to see that he is given i trip yon up. an opportunity of finding'an outlot The chiidren of Miss lone, r u, intereslcd, to attend their class at immediately to some subject o ft to- [o 3 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon at tally dilta'cn, nature, so tnai no ,ienlt with 'the. Y'M.f'.A. auditorium. The. chll- ch.-incr association of Ideas may usher Dcpartmont of Neglected Chll- ilren will Mist go through their regu- Jn again thc unwelcome guest you drcn are the so- lar cl'iss work and no douht a visit, arc tryinir to linr out. Think of some- of Ibat in homes Uvill'o'rovc most interesting to those thing so interesting tl'ot only an in- wllsl.c wcaith is more or leas ovl- vititiorl is nreilcil to make it rest (jcnt. The ch'Mren have gone wrong i wno ai.icnu. content in your mind. This will dis- M a rule the of the bsrjs-sass rhllilrcn's cnlrrtainmcnl "on trance will he feebler nnd the. Thursday evening, Demnter 28th. frAlcr sllM. in-til nt last u smKs lho price I f into the shadows lo return nojof fmt has to paid Rov-il Highness the IWchpss of more. by tho purents If their children are r-nnWhi Ins crnciouslv consented. The is an to turn out thc lo teorao honorary prcsiilcnl of the excellent When, .you Icd Children th.t this country National Council of Women of Can-. "l( you out ol town, write The children taking part in (bo masquerade to he held in the K. is In need of. lion.-Dr.' I'rns.will open the, now J100.000 public school at Berlin early In the New Year. trom time to time, depleted. So far a. and [hem to their fate. A Woman's Appreciation of Blue Ribbon Products Is tho cllrcci result of their purity, delicacy of flavoi-.'and dependabil- ity. She knows Blue Ribbon Products are sure to glie her com- plete satisfaction. Ask VOiJIl grocer about tho Blue Ulbfton guaV< nntco, ;