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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, pECEMBEK TUB LETHBRIDKE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN FOR ANY MEAL TODAY 'Select meaty, Atlantic flth without bones! wholesome and as tatty as though it left the tea but yesterday. Even that rellthlng seaialty tang Is Intact. Simple reclpei in each lanttary package. Atk your grocer for "HALIFAX" and "AC ADI A" CODFISH CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS Fifth- Avenue North Baptist Sun- chorus in pleasing style. Miss Kalk day school' scholars spent a delightful leen 1'orter anJ Master Carl Sand tiiiic last night at tlioir annual fcsli- quist were hoard in rccilalims an Christinas tree. The pastor, Master Jlillon Hicks had .to respon r M .Edited J Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Dear Lord, kind Thou wilt look oi: all I'lovo Tenderly today their .hearts .of Scatter every i-are, Down a wake of augfl wings" Winnowing the air. liriui; uL'to the sorrowing All release from pain; Let the lips of laughter Overflow again 1 ail tliC.nceiiy, _ Oil! divide, pray, 7liis vast treasure ol content: That is mine toJay. Ttilty.. nim an arlide in the'Children's 1H- L-y'Miss Kdilh ilc- IJcWah, fo'nurrly of this city, ap: of -Master. Kes, uiald. McArtbur, Ihc hatdronie littltrr visitors [11 the city sboui rinkc. It especially enjoyable. ctio'r Vili put on selection from .Handel's Messiah iomorrow ev rn'lDj: The program will include th 'chorus, "And the Oloiy of th solo, "Comiort Te" Rev. .l.-ll: 1'icM is quite ill with alto and choius, "0 Thou wh rheumatism and is confined "lie shall feed Mi i ami uato Him" an Miss Middleton, ct Clinton, Chit., is "the Halleluiah Chorus. Kev. A. f a guest with Mrs. U. A. Sharman. Cameron will read Henry Van Dyke' Kev. "H. E. .Uicen, ar.d the superin-- to an encore of a vjolin selctlioi-. trnikat, Mr. Little, and ti.eir co- Jltes Dagniar ijamlquist.wou an cn- wprkcrs, revealed the rrsults ol effl- core with a splendidly jilayeJ piano dciit work in a'well presented pro- selection. Dialogues under the direc- gram. Mr! Green presided and after tion ot ,Mrs...F.etterly'and Miss CJIen- tlie opening exercises of a ilevotl.onal dppning and tableau under Mrs. II. H. i-tiaracter the program was introJu'c- CraggVitircctlDii and a number of rihvitli a recitation by Miss Phyllis executed drills under the direc- entitled "A visit from SI. 'tion of Mrs. llrandqiv, contributed to Nicholas." Uavid VYilsou gave a song, a most enjoyable evening. Th! com- .Icssie liird, !sa Watson .and, Clara miltrrs who worked so efficiently and }Ir Cain.savo.recitations. A dialogue ra- laithlully to make the program so' returnni (heir iicnevmoon spent titled "Dreams" was pleasingly pro- rlcasinr, earned tl.e appreciation ol sented by the senior girls. .Miss Uu- every member ol the school. dianan lontritiulecl -'well received connection'with, tne decorations piano and vocal, selections. The at- school acknowledges1 the kindness a couple of-weeks in traction of the night was a cantata 0( Mr. "lialdry of the Jlpjitler com-1 nut on by tho junior department in "pany for two handsome Christmas' George. Stacey and'children which tlie-recitation'and singing- was trrcs and a generous Lunch ol holly left exceptionaliy .fine, especially a solo, whleh nddc'd not a little -towards making tic platform attractive. Westminster School Man" and allojethe Davidson have (he should le verv interesiirg at wcstf rn points. ly 1'lora Cain. The program was interspersed with slioit addresses by (ireen and Mr. Little. At the close- Santa Ciavs reached MeiticdiEt Siindfly school, concert held last night was well up to tho record of this progres- Fifth a'fh'u'c on scheduled thr.e. sivo school and was honcred with a made the hearts of the little-' ones larie attendance of friend's The happy.-with generosity. It 'was sTo'f KeTj AA_MnPr 4lr. hir-lnrr- nf Ol'll-t: lUHf.ib 01 O. rjn Tuesday next in St. A y r. T j j Justin's parish hall the children Mrs. Fred ford Idt lo cpcnd ttie Sunday sthool will be tb annual suppl-r gnd Christmas tree. fr nitefnoon "to .'spend Xw. Thc Voun' Ladies' class ot Vear's witb Medicine Hat will welconiD any-sltansers o jrisi.tors at three o'clork on Hur.da 51r, Bishop, ol Moose'Jawi afternoons. hoiiday visilot with Uov. Westminster parsonage. -r'. STEPHKNS-D.UMUTH On TuesiJay, Dec. 23rd, at 5 p.n Rcy. F, C. AtfciB will occupy'the at the home of Mrs. Stepbeu piilpil n[ the Christian church-aVthi' Fourth- Ave., Sir. S. O. Stephens, of L'jilcrionia'n hall tomorrow on account lledicine was united in rcaui- the' best concert in the history bl Filth Ave.; school. AVESLEY SCHOOL .The..scaling .capacity' of anj presented a sala nprearauce. Two well ladph Christaias trees added not a little to the enjoyment of the day. Jlcv.'- J. H. Francis presided and church'wa's well taxed' last night Ly a committee accoirtaiodate- the cnnsd -which l-concrd uas cred at the aimual of tfcc: wc'ins: of tlie scUcol. r .Sunday-school; .Tiicpl.ationn was! There were recllations; choruses, prettily and this with Uie fahleou, etc., which won well rnerHed arplause.- The feature of the nfgLt was a dramatic Etetch presented by l.eah Sinims anfl Mr. Kred cd to'candies and oranges ar.d went well pleased with his'bery- ot bute'd to ah inspiiing scene. The pro- gram was meritorious and sustained inlerest .for hvo hours. Simms. -It a mirth provoker and A'l the close.the -children -woie" Ueal- ndded one triumph, to Miss all Simins' record "ar an amateur perforrn- j cr- Tiic names. oE Uio scholara tak- 1913 concert. The iirofiratn included' a ling rvqt available hut what number-.ol choruses- ot a- Yuletidei aald of one was equally true character given hy'ahout foity tneni-fof. alHrthey all did well, hers of the .school'limkr the iHreMiori S. .KaleVty aTrrlhey'Icer- taliity'did him proud. The nttact-ifas vipuious .the- children seemtd- to enter into the spiril of the theme M'n Outhbert Atkia will address ens at estmraster Miss M. DaimutV of Leth- biidae, Alta. The ceremony was pei- In.a recent issue ct 'Alberta, formed by J. News, ot Edmonton, In .connection dicirie Hat News. CHURCH SERVICES ST.. ANGLICAN AUGUSTIN'S Corner Seeoad Ave.' and- Eighth St. Rev. Canon Muirel-WrlgW, .rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at S. a.m., and at the eleven o'clock service oa 'the first Simday of the month. Evensong 7.30 p.ra. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH-Rev. C. H. Holy commuaioa every Sunday at S a.m. ISitiM 11 a.m. 3 p.m. Sunday Even'iong 7.30 p.m. Choral Eucharist on th1 first Sunday of the month at 11 o'clock ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH-Cor- RtiLLEK SKATES IN POST OFFICE '.liJrd Sunday at S.30 a.m. and to the second and fourth Sundays it 'the eleven o'clock service. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATUICK'S A. H. Rosenthal, pastor; Kev. P. fiii.nt- wesen; assistant. JIass, S a.m.; child- ren's Mass, 9.30 a.m.; High Mass, 11 a.m. Sunday school, 3 p-in. Evening service, 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each Eprvice. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CH U UGH OF CHIIIST, Bank Sor- vice at eleven a. m. cv- eniJie leaiittiony meeting, p.m. The reading room fa open lo every- one every day from three to five. p.m. F.veryono ia cordially invited to at' [end. SALVATION ARMY Services ate LelO at Fit' i 'street, as lollbws Ii a.m., Holiness mealing; 3 meeting, nnrt 7.30, SaH-.Ttlon mealing, i Week nights: Monday, 8 p.m., public by sistera; Wednesday." 8 p.m.. Soldiers' cneetlnx; Thursday S p.m., Salvation mealing, Cltadal PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MEETi.NGS Al the home ot Mr. Slmcaohett, 1333 Third ave. Xonh, one minute's wait from tho car.llcss. Tuesday evenings at S. o'clock. Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock, special walling on the Lord for tha BaptfBin of Iho Holy Spirit Sunday morning at 10.30 o'clock, re- mouiberjng Lord's fieath. .Ser- vice In the jeveninc at 7-30. and drink.ol'thc water o! life ftwly, "For the Promise is unio you ancl to your childreu and to aU that, are afac even as as the Lord, our God, call.V LATTER v DAV. SAINTS. OF JES03 CHRIST OF LATTER DAT 9. B Hall.'ItJtb SLJS'., T. U. a A. 9.45 A.m. OfflceVi'and tMcbert' mMt- ing; 10 School; "3 p.n -Sacrnraeut meetlnj. Visitors alwajt welcome. DlEhop B. S. Young, 1211 3rd S. 'Phone 685, LUTHERAN nnsT I.UTIIEUAN :orher Ave. and Fif- teenth St. Rer. C. Grant, mjnistw. Sunday, Dec., school 3 Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p, m. CHURCH OF CHRIST CHURCH. OF CHIUST Laboi After Supper Sale :From 7.30 to 10 o'clock to-night ATTRACTIVE SPECIALS will be offerea to-night in department .of this popular shopping place Bright and sparkling values that are mostly broken lines bur Christmas sale. The prices are so attractive tempt the most prudent to buy Enticing Values in Oplpr ed Bordered Scrims painty While, anil 'Ecru Scrims with colored bordered effects in blue, mauve, tan and green. Xeat' designs, M inches wide. Hesulir 4 QM .IOC A special in Infants' Gowns Kir.e Cahthrlc Infants' Gowns, Irlroraed with Cue embroidery, loose-fitting or belted 'shape, -inEtrtlo.-i, liiuitned with Valenciennes lace arid finished-with embroidery around COX I be bottom. .Regular Jl.OO OOC Glass Vases in Neat Designs at Little Prices Dainty deafsns In preeEefl Glass Flower Vases. AliouL fourteen iuches high in large sizes. Just fifty of these to sell tonight 22c Infants' Bootees All Infante' Bootece in white and wlilte UEmmed with. blue. Ilieots are a spec- 'tally good, quality, tanil cnichctetl IwW Cosy Styles in Ladies1 House Slippers Romeo style. House SUppera la grey, purple, myrtle, navy, and black, fur-lrltnmed and neat pom-pom on toe. Also another low style fn .chocolate, hi a pit ami light hlue shades with neat fancy stitching around top and pom- 4 pom on toe, regular (1.50. per pair I I 0 A timely sale of Men's Winter Tweed Caps Newest winter styles in -Men's Winter Caps, neat designs In imported tweeds In good color, Cul with fur and knitted ear bands. AA Regular for.................. Clearance sale of Boys' Sweater Coats for Winter Wear Roys' Coat Sweaters iu good combination colors. Heavy quality wool. SUes 22 to 2S only. negular aud Sl.M values for........w3C Smart Mocha and Cape Kid Gloves for Men Fine selected Moclia and Cape Kid Gloves (or men. Finished with wool Uning, aJao silk and .ivoo] lining and one dome fastener. Tau EhaiJes only; reg 51.75 to 52 Pure Linen Huck Towels Just alout fifty pairs ol these llaea bleach- ed huck towels, size IS x 38 laches, to go oa sate toaight Hegular 40 cents per pair, O 4 M per C I C Saturday Night Treats in the Grocery Section 35C 25c 25c 50o ORANGES, ON SALE TONIGHT PER DOZEN GOOD QUALITY APPLES Stbs FOR...........___.......... SPECIAL MIXTURE. CHOCOLATES PER POUND ___................ Hall, evciy SuaJay at [or bleating of CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN' Hall. Rev. j. H. Hickel, pastor. Sun. day 10.30 a.m. Preaching ser- vices at 11 and 7.30. p.m., "when the music will be.ia keying tvUh the Christmas festival. Christian Endeav- 7 p.m. METHODIST WESpllNSTKR J. B. Francis, pastor. Morning subjrct, "Why Uad tho Child to the tnn utaqci, ,ourlh 0[ a on a. CTiIld for Christ.. Children's EuWect, "Tho Ncgletteii nor." 'Men's Own, i p.m., when F. Cuthhert Atkln will sreak. Evening subject, "The Second Chance." Junior congregation In tho parsonsgo at 11.30. .Sunday band In Saturday, 8 p.m., frea nnd easy meeting. To cover ground falter during ths Criristnui rvlh of mill, some clerks' body welcome In the Chicago portofflcec uied 'roller tkatei. icollcctlon CtiniSTADKM'llIANS At C3S Twcllth St., A., S'. (liclvrecn Cth und 7th breaking of Bread, 4 p.m. Kveninc service 7.3d p.m. A lecture will he ilrllvrrrd hy Mt. SiJ- Key T. HntsfovJ. Subject', "Docs It .Mailer What Wo flellover- Every- TRINITY CHUHC11, Mr. Wilfrid C. ilsreh. 11 a.m. Sibhath school, 3.16 p.m. Ev- ening at '7.30 p.m. During1 the fol- lowing the usual services will r.ol he held. On-Wednesday a vratcn' night service will, be held at It p.m. hearty Invitation Is given to all Hardlenlle friends lo bo present at this service. Mr. >farsh would be slafl to see any of the members and friends of the congregation on Thurs- day evenings from this time, forward. BELIEVER3 liurgmann's Hall, 41S Tnlrteeiilh street, N'orlli aBeemllo. on tlie Lord's Day for the breaking q[ broad at 11 Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Dlble reading, Wednesday, 7.t5 p.m. BAPTIST FIRST DAPTIST CHUflCH. corner of Third avenue and Ninth Rev. D. Ross, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and -1.30 p.m. Morning subject, "Tho Comlnsr o'. the God Child, or the Greatest ,BcginnlnK." Evening sub- ject, "The Approach of tho do- Ilev. O. A. Groth, Lulhti.. :r n North Lethbridge, has acccplerl a :all to Clyinan, Wisconsin, his home ilate. He leaves tor Milwaukee to- morrow as his wife is about [o under- go an operation lliere. Mr. Groth oaves Lethbridge with regret. BAPTIST Ror.-H. Elmer Oreen, pastor. Special I New Year's .Morning, "Con- ochoo and Bible classes- at 3 p.m. n', n evening, "Looklogr into tin WtbbhY O. 11. i i phone 1252. Always! Ready to Respond Messenger at Your i Telephone Request service Quality product Latest typefaces Modern equipment Delivery as Herald Job Cobt'edlck, Castor. Residence 320 Eleventh street 'Phone 401. Servic- es 11 a.m. an! 7.30 p.m. Kvcnlng sub- jecl ''The Church and Present Day Life" and Blblo class, .1 p.m. All welcome. ST. AXnilKW'S Hrlneyoiir Diblcs. XojSt-, x- Hcv.'A. C. nryan, minister, will'preach at" holh services.. Sunday school al 3 p.m. Morning subject, "The Things That Matter." Evening, "The Years thai the Locusts Have Eaten." AH welcome. KN'QX I'HBSnVTEnlAS Rev. A. Q. CBmeron, minister. Public worship 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning sub- ject, "Cbdst and Chrlntmaslldo." In the .evening. Iho minister will read Henry'Vnn Dyke's "The Olher Man.1' Hoys' department of the Sun- day .school, 2 p.m., all other depart- menlg, 3 p.m. Tho special Christmas music will At the mornlnj eorrlca the anthems 'Ailse, by'Marker, anil "Behold My hy..Cuthhcrt Harr's, and .the quartette "Silent by .In tlie cr- cnlng the iirogmmniA the foltowlng troni ilij "And tho Glory of.the. tolo, "Comfort iolo and "0 Thou "Ila 'Shall Feed Jlls nnfl Sunday school, 3 p.m. Come and make the last Sunday's ser- vices of tho year record breakers. Mr. Arthur Fish, of the Merchants staff at Qldfl, ieft this morning !or Calgary, whero -he snenrl the week-end en route to Olds, 'after spending Christmas with his parents Mr. and Mrs. James Fisk. IN IDICHT Jfediclnc Hat. Alta-, Dec. !DJ tho past year the number of tele- phones on the locaj exchange has Jn-r creased from 950 to over 1250, with. many more OD the waiting hut can be in .tinned on the pre- sent exchange. TJifi aAitomatlc sys-. torn, to be Installed in the spring, wttt see a large increase again. The G. T, P. frill butltJ a hotel at Jasper, ;kcowii Fitzhtigri, west of Edraontoa. WILLIAM SCOTT Of Poole. Orti., the man-In Canada, who at the age of 94 after 74 yean In the "Como Unto and fhf> "HaMclu- Order. He wit born In Ire- Jah und and came to Canada In 1820. ;