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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETII li KIDfi I) A I L Y H BK Thni-sday, Pcreinher 2ft, 1OT8 osf ileiicioue OF ALL TEAS IS CEYLON TEA-BECAUSE OF ITS UNVARYING GOOD.Q.UAUTY Suld IwiMl nil iirvcrtt BST i ER WILSON Crow's Nest Pass Co. Manager Made 800 Kiddies Happy ELECT THE GRIPP BUT HE APPARENTLY MANAGE! TO SPEND A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS (Special lo the Herald j Prhicolon, NJ., Dec. President elect Wilson spent most of Cbrlstnm Day In bed suEforiiiii from a slight ;n luck or gripjio. llo caught cold 01 Monday, it was learned today, and automobile ride to and from Trentoi yeatii-rday added to his indisposition He turned hla holiday, therefore, Jnt L dny of resli antl othor (olks Kernio, Dec, Christmas j busy celebrating in IrnrtiUona seiiKon will live long In tlio memory of; fashion, he remained quietly ir. his ovin- eight hundred Fcrnle chlMroii, room- sleeping u good part cf th Mr. James Duff, of Calgary, spent the Herald staff, was united in nrar- hristmas with his mother, Mrs. J. riatjc to Mr. John Boyne, of Saska- uft'. j toon. j Th bride, who was becomingly The Hank of Montreal stall enter- gowned in cream silk with real lace at dinner on Christmas Eve. anil pearl accessories and crown of nvers were laid for nineteen. valley lilies and carried a bridal rose, was attended hy her sister, Mr. ii. U. Jones, Calgary, lor- Miss E. S.'Cowan, who wore a love- erly of tiiis city, was a guest with ly pink silk costume and, carried J. E. Shedilen for Christmas. pink carnations. The groom was at- tended by Miv J. Kac, of Saska- and Mrs. J. A. Virtue and toon. .tie son, of Masleoti, are visiting The nuptial knot was tied by Tlev. latives in the city during the Joseph Woodsworth in the presence 'of quite a number of friends of the bride and groom; Among the splendid array of pres- Miss A. Miller, of High River, s the guest of Mrs. N. J. Schweit- er, 8th St., H. Miss McLeanan, .society editor of ho Calgary Herald, spent Clirist- ;as with her parents in this city. Mr. K. A. manager oi ie Hank of Toronto, spent Christ- ias with friends in Calgary. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dress Skirts Ladles' Dress Skirts in great range of fancy tweeds, mixtures of greys, browns und greens'; also .in plain colors, ouch as navy, brown and black serges and iianamaa. Regular values up 58.00. Friday and Saturday. ico o- for Snaps in the Dry Goods Dept. Some rare bargains iii tho dry goods section in Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Doylies, Centrepieces and fintj Towels. Prices from 35 cents to 81.75. Will he set on four different tables at '5 4 Men's Negligee Shirts Men's .fine, quality Negligee Shirts, 'with soft double cuffs und detachable double collars to match. Fine neat stripes and dark shades. Sizes 14 to 1754. Regular'-value Friday and Men's Union Suits Men's Natural Union Suits, heavy weight, ribbed, unshrinkable. Sizes 31 to 44 Regular: value, ?2.73. Friday and Saturday..... iristuias season. Mr. Douglas M. Christie, of Van- uvcr, formerly of the local staff cuts was a complete set oi table cut- the Baiik of Montreal spent Icry from ihc Herald employees and iristmas with his parents at 'Dia- a fitted suit case from the Herald Co. ond City. Friends in this city will he inter- ted to hear of the announcement Mr. and Mrs. Boyiic are guests ai the bride's Twentieth St., Kim liar deed af Coal Creek. Tlie mines- h.ivu been running, con- stantly all (ho -year, fatal accMonls ovcrhorrowlnj; tint report says i "HritiKli Empire" seeks Canada's irood name. to defend until tomorrow, when th marriage of Mrs. M. M. Aiulcr- for their future honie in Saskatoon. 11, of Uurdett, to Mr. Frank Smith, so of Uurdett. Ir.-and Mrs. Smith ;ur at' .present, joying their honeymoon at points Ontario. i CLUBS AND S6.C1E7IES GROCERY, WINE AND SPIRIT HAMPERS For New Years' Day Prices from to Carpet Ends, liruBsels Carjiet Ends, Hi yard ends, suitable for mats. Splendid range of colorings. oji Special price per Wilton Carpet Ends, 1 1-2 yard remnants, will" mako splendid mats, Ijoing heavy qualiti- Special price......................... Values in Men's Boots Men's Velour Blucher Kiel leather lined. Rood. Good value at ?'l.nO Friday and Saturday....... Top, all-leather.- useful city boot. S2.95 Boys' Boots Boys' Veiour Blucher, made on a smart SWIUK toe last. In sizes 11, 12, 13, 2, 3, 4, 5. Ret'- tin lilar Value, 53.00. Friday and Saturday SAVINGS IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT 15c. TABLE RAISINS, Regular 25o. and 35c. For CREAMERY BUTTER S pounds for...................... TABLE SALT Four sacks for.......... BEAN COFFEE, Regular 40c. 35c. ASS sale goods for Sale goods cannot be exchanged 'S BAY CO. .Citation, The Christ Child, Egon one of the members of the Hoard, The entertainment of St. Andrew's Kullst Selected, Mrs. Hanson presided. Sunday school last night was great- "mi Mts- Grant recitation, One oi of the patients had thought .Mr. and Mrs. J. V: Cook i ly enjoyeii hy tlie overflowing audi- ence present, and reflected much crc- Ijit'lc "es' KuthJIatsoii soig, that such a. bright and happy Christ- i'OVo to Hear ihc Story, Mr. Gutil- j mas could he spent .in a hospital. ed at an enjoyable dinner last even- dit on Mrs Brvaii and Mrs Hornc EcUl's Closs recitation, Christmas j Their cheerful countenances and -mining w we inf. Tire decorations were approprl- who planned everything for the voting I liclls. Ellith Al'reus and Naomi words of appreciation and gratitude Mi All the 0itts [expressed lo the superintendent and ate to Yiiletiiie. Covers were recitation, Oi The pnst. oilicc iieopV arc M OTliing lias over-horrowed is too foolish overtime in ;ui effort to keep tlie pile 5nerit r, prc-iiiLL-, that come hy every mail The yuuno; country is still in Iho from swamping the otlice, .and arc early stages of development full ot Iniiking as thouRh it was time thut energy and prosperity and its total Santa handed thorn out rest in a big bundle: done is only 'increased from Senator antl Mrs. L. G. De Veber entertained a charming dinner party last evening. Quantities oi crimson tty costumes of the as well as tlie ladnued Christmas of 'rlle tree, showed (hat many others had assisted in making tlio entertainment i program wns interspersed with such a decided success. responsive scripture reading. the Gait hospital del justice in land in Vancouver harbor Tor sonic time at the reiiursi, or II. 'II. Stephens INSPECTOR DUNCAN INJURED i Dee. Duncan, I. I. has decided 10 inslimln former inspeeior of detectives who re- cession of Hie signed afler thB in. for tlio rpfovery of island loased by the fetlcml gown-. vcstigatlon, was a vielim of a Christ- out. in March. ISM fcv 25 years nt A Day accident, when a revolver ox- rtntal of ?5IIO yearly to the Vaiirouvei lumber C'ompanj', of which Theodon l.usatc of Krallle is the head. The island twice heon In litiga- tion that, has reached the privy coun- cil. Now, however it in understood litat Sir Frederick Borden.s authority ti) grant, (ho and huer alter its terms is to tie (luestioneil. Dloded, and inificted I bullet. ith mas Ev, The festess wore a becom- S ing costume oi pale Kreen satin with K. oi P. hall under the auspices oi L-i! th-Ttlil-y were tev- tlic Flower Prizes and ve- I'liristmas in the lins- tory (.if 3Insic auditorium on Christ- i touches oi black land white. Some fifty guests enjoyed the af- freshments are features, and lair, music being supplied hy Miss wish may and those pii'ai NIJOV a dunce at the IVright. An inviting menu was scrv- close of the card The ciusr- severe wound j ed at the midnight hour, after sun- is -i wortliv one libpril nit'ron in 1... right Ho now in thcincr cvtras being 'kindly -played hy Gm d i r general hospital, and an operation wlllj Miss Laiiertv, Miss Uonnell anil Mr. performed tomorrow to remove the B. U. .lones i Dancing was continued till a lau> The children of SI. Paul's First hour, anil Ilic event proved most en- Lutheran Sunday xrhnol put on u joyable, especially to a minricr of most creditable'pcrmrniance last ev- eeided to build a who were away from 'mine and for whom Clir'stmas Km r.iisrht otherwise have been raihcr lonely. The Hamilton Iron Com- pany lias decided to build a plant there to emplof 500 bands. Hy ipn-thirly o'clock on t.'lirislmas nioiiiing all of the patients, except three or lour, were very ill, wen: transferred on stretchers and in wheel chairs to the ward where the Iret' stood. When all was in readi- ness Santa Clans, who hail heen in- vited to Call in the forenoon anil d's- nursing staff, amply repaid all ef- forts to make (lie day as pleasant as possible. The Colt Hospital acknowledges with thanks all that was done by the hoard of management, the at- tending physicians, the Ladies' Aid, the- Flower Guild, the Sunbeams, Knox church choir and all others who contributed towards mak- ing, the Christ mas season a bright one for the patients and nurses. IN mi BOTHER GIVEN IN LOWER COURTS, LOSES IT IN HIGH COURT CENSUS OFFICER BLUE REVEALS INTERESTING FIGURES AT MANUFACTURERS BANQUET Ottawa, Dec. information obtained from the census of the manu. !actnrer5' officers taksn in June. 1011, has just made its appearance in bulletin I'roni the census branch. Some of the information was given tho public by Jlr. Archibald Blue in speech at the annual meeting of tho Manul'aetnrors' association in Decem- ber, but is "entirely in now. The re- lurns show that at the time of the cell- YOU ARE USING A clieap grade of coffee., a few extra per pound will u immeasurably finer bfivp.nicre worth inauy times the extra expend! ture. A trial of "oilcewill prove! PACKED IN ONE AN D TWO POUND CANS ONLY CHASE SANBORN MONTR EAL- eniii" al, the home ui Kev. C. Gi IfiO'l Sixth S. The cairn I a was cnl'Ueil "He lilclicm ami tlie whole program was tbnroti lily en'in'nl by the nilmVer .A Christmas tree The borne of Mr. ami Mrs. Amlcr- was a feature, and the col'c linn 'son, 512 Twelfth St., A. N., the taken >e dniinteil to the orphan scene of a wcdd'ng at four o'clock home of the Lutheran church, yesterday jiit-rnonn, when tlie lat- Tile following is the program in ter's s'strr, nlanche Gil'erl, oi detail: Regina, was in marriat'e to Sons, Ke'qice, The School rofit'i- Mr. J. George Macleod, also oi Re- lion, Hell Messages, Elmer Giger S1na- sont', Tlie of the. Anire's, An inviting wedding supper Sclmol recitation, ClirUtr.ias Eve, served after the ceremony, which was Viola .sindlinmr recitation, performed by the Kev. A. C. Bryan was ones a Ijtile child, Jtinnic Siucl- song, Christmas Time, Mr recitation. Just ;i iMiiiVor 1 laiioui, icci- lalinii, Tlie .liiy Christmas. Aleda i At'ik soup, 0. Whai a Name Tbp Voting I'eoiile recital ion. The Chrisnnas Tree, Waller Kmisl: rc- eilalion, Thy l.illli' Olli'S, Ijvila Tlie llnavcnlv ehor- I'itai.iiin, What irihnle hi.c; irift.s, appeared on Ilii'. sus Canada had manufacturing scene. He siieul. a husv Irrli h-ur or with a capacity morc heili'j; in nis no" le oc- with ciriplnyecs, ctlpation hy menihcrs oi the Ilospi- and wltii a Jiayroll of us- ial Hoard anil the at'iri.ling phvsi- ine raw material to the value of After a siimptiiinis din- and tiirniiif out products to ll'.T was sprveil. A heauliiully dc- the vallic of Dec. in the opinion ot tho judges ot tho Court of Hoview, ;i jui'.v in u eh'il case had reii- lerert a verdict 6{ an opinion, insteail of on of fact, au award of made in favor of the mother a hos- who lost the use of his arm snli. sequent to being vaccinated by a civic viiccfuator, was annulled. The case, which was ihat of Dame Berlard against the city, attracted con siderablo attention some months ago, when it was up for hearing iu the low- er court, and much medical testimony adduced on both sides. The cir- cumstances leading up to the suit wci'o that Ilie plaintiff's seven-year-old son, Ernest Hoyer fell ill the day after ho was vaccinated. His arm became swollen to abnor- mal proportions. Efforts of specialists who had been called into tho case, were unable to reduce the swelling. The youngster's arm had become paralysed, iiiiu useless. At the hearing the medical experts called de- scribed the ease as not resulting from ho vaccination. Jir. Justice Gveeiishields, in-Tender- ing judgment, declared that there was absolutely nothing in' the proof sub- mitted lo the tho in- jury to the arm was directly due to de- fective vaccination, and the action was dismissed with costs. curated tali'e was .sun parlors for al ing patients. At this Sir REV. D. H. FLETCHER DEAD'. Hamilton, Dec. Hugh Fletcher, one of the best known Presbyterian ministers in r--mada, died this evening, follewlng an opera- in ten years the establishments in. tlon at the City Hospital. Tie was SO il llie co-valesc- creased by -1.3I1S; capital by years of i one ol linger; oi St. Andrew's church. Mr. and Mrs. Macleod left for their Lohman's Class future hotne in Kegiua via Calgar; ,-i liaiiy, Edmonton and An interesting marriage was iiralcd al Hie residence of Mi Mrs W. II. Duty, son Toronto Medicine Hal, at tour o'clock 'verier- us, The School day uticrnow, vr.en Misi MArlnn i i-liristinu anil Sr. Ciuiiit fsfole Silver Grace, beauly and quality all combined silver nriicies This brand, known ss cr 1'latc that Wears'1 is made in heaviest yrado of plate. 'I'hcre are ninny dosigins from whieh to choo Sold heading age, and fqr forty years was 000; employees by wages by the pastor of McNab street Presbyter. raw material handled by i ian this city, Dr. Fletcher and finished products by Alberta Leads Tlio province with the highest rate of increase In the value of Sr.rodncts the lust ten yc-ars wsa Alberta, with per cent., the amount of in- crease being During tha same time Manitoba increased In man- nfaeuircd products by or "la per cent. British Columbia in- creastil by or per cent. c.r 121. per cent.; Ontario S'l.'is.noo IKlli. or Mil tm eenl.; Saskatchewan yr S7J pel- ls survived by big wife, one son Hugh M., and a daughter, Mrs. P. J. Mon- tague, Winnipeg. L. J. Tarte, president of La. in a formal statement declares'that while au offer was made for the paper If 'was refused and Jhe paper is 'not for sale. ;