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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JFrlday, Dm-mlxr THE DAILY 11 EH SIT ymrtaltr H It. trtal. M the palatos .all giving r r 1 CEYLON TEA. PWKITII OHLV. SOLO III nuUC. Hull, U-.-Col. .John Carson, Kdwanl I.. Dil'wry, K. I1-. A. lluveruet, John Cialt, S. Hass, E. Keiuuilon, j I'rice. H. T. Klfcy, Cieo.. II. Thom- I Rmi, lion. John Wm. Shaw laud.P, Bellbsch. eOLEMAN Uoleman, Dec: 26. Mr. Alexander Warriner and Ethel White were" united In1 marriage at Hilcrost on Christmas-Day. Thc ceremony was .solemniy.ud by Rev. D. J. Wat kins-Jones, of1 Coleman, in the Presbyterian before a large concourse of relatives of I the contracting parties. After the 1 mpny the bridal couple aad a number j of invited guests repaired 'to the [home of the brld.e's mother, where an elegant- wedding'supper 'awaited their attention. Mies Thomas, of the Hill- cr-est Public school, presided at nnd played the wedding march; The groom is accountant in 'the office of the Hlllcrest 'Collieries Co., while the bride is one of the most popular young ladles among Hiilcrest's social set. Albert Yagus, who was operated up- on for 'lockjaw last after his j jaws had been firmly interlocked for two years from the result'of an acci- dent in lhe Colejnan .applied for a permit to. return to work last week. Yagus' case was locked upon as MILADI .EDITED Office 1224 Res- 1115 Let me but live my life froin year to j men is of all kinds. (Ircat cxci tenant year, ?was caused-.b? the sudden arrival ot Not hurrying to nor turning from the j .Santa Claus, who distributed the goal (many- beautiful presents from u huge With forward ease and unreliictant soul Not mourning for the things that dis- appear In the itim past, nor holding hack in fear From what the future veils; but with a whole And happy' heart that travels on witli cheer. So let tlie way wind up the hill or. down, O'er rough or -smooth, the- journey will he joy My heart will keep the courage of the quest, Aiul hope Hie road's last turn will be the best. Van Dyke. Miss Angie Bawdeii anil Mr. Phil ttawdcn lefi last night for Kingston, Ont., via Winnipeg and Chicago. Mr. J. II. Anderson, of --Medicine j [lat, -has returned after spending Christmas with Mr. anil' Mrs. G. E. Fleming. W. A. Buchanan, M.I1., left this af- icrnoon for Edmonton, where he will remain for several days. of 'Montreal staff have Bsucd' invitations to an at home to- morrow afternoon from four to sis. The Misses Messrs. Clare and Rose Learv IJan and Tom I.eary Christmas tree to the great delight of both young and old. The evening was brought to a close with a cold spread, covers being laid for'the older-ones of the party. Mr. T. H. Sharman. of St. Piiui, le the guest of liig parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Sherman. Mrs. II. Williamson leaves tonight on an extended visit to LOT home in Invitations will lie issued in a few days for the Oddfellows' ball, which will be held ui-thc K. of P. Hall on Friday 17. Mrs. M. S. Stover entertained at bright Jittle affair this afternoon- from lliree to seven in honor of her son, Herschel. Games of all kinds were enjoyed by the tots, stftnr "which delectable goodies were served, the table centred with a palm, from .which, ribbons.-to .which al-- _ tractive favors were attached stretch- j ed .to each guest's place. 4Those bidden were Ailcen .Jones, Ethel ,Jones, Louise Ford, Olive Cameron. Olive-Simm, Maxie Bax- ter, Marjorie Wliclen, Ethel parfr- riilge, Winogene-ljrahdow, Max Ford, Elsrar, Allen Johnson and Bruce Brandow. F Shop a id Of St railroad man [liopeleas, ami he appeared content to .who is' to wed MISB Helen Qould, aco t the bounty of the Coal Cora- of beeSiTie, her contro- versy- with, a .'clergyman as to the ppitlbtfity.of tffbfd maids" being use- ful In the world. ipent'Christmas at Uow Island home ranch. I BANK'S AFFAIRS PRESENTED TO SHAREHOLD iRS BY MK' JOHN GALT -IN WINNIPEG The annual meeting 01 sharehold- ers of' the vtlnibh Hank ol Canada, the first to be held since the al of the head.ofllce from Quebec to 1'hc sharchpfelcrs met In the assemblv room on the thud floor ,ot..the..Union Bank building. 'president Jphrt. Gait was in attend- ance.- The shareholders listened to :the a very optimistic and report by the presldfint. the miners' hospital here became con- vinced that Jin operation would be suc- cessful, and tbe cpal company insisted upon it, Yagus has entirely recovered' and his jaws, although not strong enough to crack walnuts or break meat in working con-j .Mrs. W. S. Galbrafth was hostess of a "delightfully-happy party this afternoon to six, she entertained for her children, Ruth and Frank. Dr. ami Sirs. W. S. Ualbraith have I Kacl1 lhe twenty-one guests was as their guest.during the holidav sea- '-Prcscnted'with a red Christmas bell, son, the Former's cousin, Miss Gal-. on was a: large white letter, hraith, of Barons. Ithe various letters combining to make "A Merry Christmas to all." Miss'Niblock, of Medicine Hat, ar- The 6iftR on thc Uee tomorrow and will be' a "iiuest SATURDAY Dress Skirts Ladles' Dress Skirts in great range of fancy tweeds, mixtures of greys, browns nnd greens, also in plain colors, such as navy, brown and black sergea and panamas. Regular values up J8.00. Saturday a..-, v- Snaps in the Dry Goods Dept. .Sams' rare: bargains In the dry goods section in. Doylies, Centrepieces Prices from 35 cents to jl.ln Will lie-set op four TV. different tables at Men's Negligee Shirts Men's fine quality NeflifM Shirts, double .cuffs and detachable double collars to match. Fine neat and dark shades. Sliea 14 lo'JTA; Regular value Saturday......................... Men's Union Suits Men's-Natural Union Suits, heitvy weight, unshrinkable. Sizes 34 to 44 Regular Af} %alue with Dr. and Mrs. C. F. P. Conv- beare, Rivcrview, until after the wedding, at which she will he one of the attendants. Mrs. H. 'Fowler will entertain whtst on Monday cvenins in cour- lettercd, and each guest received the one having thc letter corresponding to the one on his or her hell. The table was a real Christmas board with its holly decorations and place favors of picture stockings, each of which was marked with the individual letter.-.of thc guest, dilion, permitting lilm to chew ordin-i tcsy to Mrs. of MacTcod, .who when'.'tlieVcluldren were seated, ary food as well as any man. 0. E. S, Whlleiride, manager-of the International Coal QoJtft .Comnfiay, presented the Coleman volunteer fire brigade with a cheque for ?100.QO on Christmas Day. the message Christmas to tlin guest of her mother, Mrs H. Flcetwood. About thirty guests are bidden. Christmas cake'decorated with'i holly Mrs. C. E. Rrandow, who teaches am! Wanta altogether the thc Young.. Ladies' Class of .Wcs'ey J Sunday school, was surprised the A new drug store will: be in opera- j cvcnln- whcil Ule mcmbcre ai tion In Coleman, ns sooa'aa the stock; the.'.'class ami. thc cx-rireinbcrs, who Thfi man, GROCERY, WINE AND SPIRIT HAMPERS For New Years' Day Prices from to Carpet Ends Brussels .'Carpet Ends, 1% yard ends, suitable for mata Splendid range of colorings. Special price, per, end................ -Wilton Carpet Ends, 1 1-2 yard remnants, will, make splendid mats, being heavy quality Oil nsr Special price Values in Boots Men's Velour Blucher Kid Top, all-leather leather lined. Good, useful city boat. Good value at Saturday Boys' Boots Boj s' Velour Bluoher, made on a smart twinf last In sizes 11, 12, 13, 2. 3, 4, 5. Reg- ular ?300, Saturday.............. SAVINGS IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT TABLE'RAISINS, Regular 25c. and 35c. For CREAMERY BUTTER 2 pounds for loc. 7ac. TABLE SALT Four- sacks for BEAN COFFEE', RtguUrtOc. ..For............. 25c. 35c. All sale goods for cash only. Sale goods cannot be exchanged 'S BAY CO. and fixtures, which .have .been or- dered, arrive here. Christmas Day passed off. very quietly hi Coleman. There .was a no- ticeable absence of and tlie poice had nn -easy day. St. John's Ambulance- association, Coleman branch, i hold a social In! have out of the class teachers, presented her with a hand- some silver mesh hand bag. The -presentation was made in re- cognition of Mrs. Braridow's untiring efforts in the interests of the, class. t Mrs. llrandow. accepted the gilt, thanking the a few suit- mos-t-.festive. guests included Helejti Kathleen Dorothy Dialogue, Thres Stafford, Margaret Masic- Ruth Jnman Ad- Bowman, Lucy Nourse, Betty Nourse, 01, nible Study, Mr. A. E. Marjory Nora MacU teacher of- the Bible Class. Alice Fairfieid, ne'th Fairfield, Vk-j Santa.Claus, represented by Mr. B. gmia Daniel, Christine Nelson, Jim jr. Snider, appeared at the conclusion Robinson. Paddy Bowman, "Charlit' Bourse, Hollle Evabs, Bill >Aitken, Jack Aitkcn, Stanley Perry and Geo- YouiiR. -SEND FOR ONE Copies of an .address, given, .by N. W. Howell, K.C.i-teader-of-the Liberal pjirly in Ontario; on Liberalism has done for thtj 'ot (he program and showered prcs- j Montreal Reform Ciub on November i the Opera House on New Year's Eve. There -will be an entertainment, lunch and dance. Rev. B. J. Ins- Jones, rector of able words; Thc home df and Mrs. W. H. Holt uis i} ing when-they entertained the -whole. St. Alban's to.HiIlcrest; of thur imihan r lations, number- for -the Christ- rlage ceremony. Being urged to at-j mas festival. Mrs. Molt received her the wedding and assured guests and ably assisted by. her that tbe train was an.hour late, he consented, with the result that he had to walk all'the way home, alone nnd in the dark." (bughter, Miss Gladys Holt, and Miss The after- games and arhiise- who was followed in brief remarks on Christmas Day to perform a in all eighteen', General'Manager Balfour and oth- 'ers What- Statement Shows The issued to the shareholders show cd net profits after making the usual deductions of 832.73, Notes of tbe bank in circu- lation total Deposits to- ;tal, President Gait 'comprehensive ami optimis- j tic address to the shareholders. j 'expressed -his :satisfaction with the i -made by the Union Bank and that the outlook for the 'future .was .entirely satisfactory. Blection of Otlicers The "shareholders, after hearing the to the election of 'directors. F. 1-leiihach was add- 'ed to the old list of directors, who 'were1 re-elected, the full directorate list for-the cohving year comprising: W. R. Allen, S. llarkc-r, M.P., M. CLUBS SOCIETIES Kingston labor candidates have this municipal platform: Taxation of land values only; publication of the assess- ment roll; abolition of meter renta; municipal ownership of all pubiic utilities; all :work being done-by day labor as far as possible. How She Obtained Good Bread "I have been baking now for writes one housekeeper, have never had good bread till I used White pwaii Yeast Cakes." Sold at grocers In packages of G cakes for 5c. Write White Swan Spices Cereals, Limit- ed, Toronto, for sample. I OUR HONEST BELIEF IS THAT WE HAVE BROUGHT As near .perfection as modern methods and materials witl permit. Blue Ribbon.Tea has a distinct Individuality that places It above the line of comparison with other brands. Buy a packet today and if you are not ntlrely'aatisfled with it your grocer will refund your money, cnts in great abundance. 'The -singing of a hymn and prayer by Mr: J, H. Tabor brought to a close the liappy event ?jnd all went home niqi'e than pleased with ev- ening's entertainment. Westminster choir will not i for rehearsal this evening. Tonight IB tbe night of the Flower Guild's progressive guchre, in tbe 1C of P. hall, when tbe .Guild hopes Cor :i liberal patronage. The young people will enjoy n dance the conclusion of the card party. Possibly never before in tbe his- tory of the Kirst Baptist, Sunday school was such a thoroughl y suc- cesaful anil altogether enjoyable j Christmas entertainment put on as j the one bcid hist {.evening, i The church to its ity with the parphlV and others in- tercstod in the welfare of thc school, I thc splendid of which is I largely due to tbe indefatigable ef- j forts o[ the superintendent, Mr. .1. IT. Tabor. Tabor occupied tbe chair last evening jxid ably presided over the following tine proifrain Opening Hong, Sunday School Choir Prayer, J.. 13. Picltcl Hiblc Heading; .1. Richards intcndent'.s Address, :Mr. J. H. Tali-1 or Recitation, Lard, t a Hubbard Christmas Baby, Prinnu Class.; Our Talents, Hoys' Primary (.-lass to j Grandma's for C'hristnijus, Four hers of Primary Class Recitation i Kiva Vlnfi Song, Sumlay School I Choir Kxcrrisc, We can all spell i Cliristmas Uccitixtion; Horis Ktitt S Song, Carol, Kouc 'Girls j Knur Hoys Song, Sunday School Choir, Clood-N'ighl., Four 'Primary t' lOxerrisc, The CJnt, ..OLD, .PRIZEFIGHTER DEAD t Boston, Mass., Dec. uiuciiii ijuriy ill tiliuplllg LUB UKS wta, as lighUvo.ght, wa3 nua nf (lir, ntirc- ih fliiir i" 10th, last, will be ready'for free dls- tribution In a short time from the Central Liberal Information office, (13 Sparks street, Ottawa, Any .person desiring a copy of this" addrei receive-H at once on writing, to the Information ofllce, Tn this address air. Rowel] gave a careful outline -'of the work done by tlie Liberal party in shaping the de one of the stars of the prize ring years ago, died today at his home here, jtgeil lift years. From. to 1S74 he fought, nearly all the noted boxers iu England and this country. Later he was one the trainers and backers of John L. Sullivan. LIEUT.-CQL. BARTLETT DEAD mestic affairs, but.also In her rela lions with tbe mother country arid lhe rest of the Empire, especially with re- gard to-the development political and trade relations and Canada's share in the problems of'defence. He particularly showed'the effeftct'oF the Liberal principles on the main events in Canadian early strug- L s'e3 for Tcsiionsible government. Can- Wuidsor, Ont... Dec v-'t.-L.icut.-Col. .confederation; -Canada's -evohi- Noble A. .Wartlett, fop .several years j Uon from colon tfl lhe gtRtug Qf a Helf-governing nation, Find finally her entry lulo imperial affairs with the creation OT" the fmperlnl Conference. Mr. Rowcll lays stress upon tbe noble work done by Sir Wilfrid Laur- f-ommnnding officer of the 21st Itegi- meni, Essex Fusiliers, a' member of a distinguished Windsor family, and a prominent figure in business circles and philanthropic work, died here yes- terday. A PRETTY WALKING COSTUME !n ivory moire trimmed with fur. The coat rather full, having a belt at the waist, and Is adorned with buttons arrd a etM) vnst, Certain in results beca use purest in q u a 1 ity'; try'it and sec. ier as head of the Liberal party in this national and Imperial develop- ment, nnd ahowg that "It was the triumphs or tho federal Liberal local nuton- ON SATURDAYS The Brown Betty Tea Room omy to the provinces that has niade possible the. development of our adinn -confederation as it -lsi! toflay; find it is tbe extension of that jft1n- ciple to the other minions of the Empire that nad< possible tlie growth and under tbe'British system ment of harmonious co-operation tbe mother land that we wit nets ;to- day." Mr. Rowell's address throughout ii one of keen Interest, afld should--be read by all Liberals as an illuminative justification of their political faith. Geo. Kemp, nged 50, wag elsctrbcut- ed while working on the roof of factory in. course of erection 'nt-Hara- ilton. 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