Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
December AT A3IATErJK PHOTOGKAPHERS JTow is the time to hay e your BEST FILMS FOE XM AS PBESENTS. British Colonial Photographic SHEELOGK BLPG. PICTURE FRAMING "awortment of ntwtiit in Mouldings. WORK GUARANTEED GEO. BEATON Cemtnt House, Qlyn Street, Oppotite Sherlock Bldg. THE NEW JEWELRY STOKE JN THE ROYAL BANK BUILDING iow. thoroughly equipped turn out first class, -work In 'every, branch -of the trade. watch, clock, silver- lie f; band of tinv'pearls'. "becom, were hr V: Miss Ethel abovt 260 .made her" debut last very. caarro fing in. a gown of pas- snendmsr aTd and who has winter with Mrs. Dora- at been pink messaline ;satin under a slip of, striped .ninqn de .soie, "which, was veiled tinted school" arid of this number about orie-- in" the, exercises'Tester- day-and der the training. of- Mother- "Aloisiris- :The programme .included follqir-: tr -T> -Robins Ternon Pearson offi- California, is exnected to arrive in iated as M.C.'S. tv- .anH trisit fnf a the-city this evening few days with Mrs. C. Pennington visit for-a M. Arnold, is returning from Califpraia to her. home "in Winnipeg. Victoria, ies Lord and WESTMINSTER'S ANNUAL S. S. ENTERTAINMENT Packed, jammed, squeezed, with, standing room at a prem- j ium.tiiVv people-of "North Lethbridge'' supplemented by- a good number from south of th? track, lilled .Westminster Methodist church last-anight to its ut- most capacity. It was the occasion of the annual Christmas entertain- ment, and it was a goo'd 'one. Al- though like most Sunday school en-, tertainmcnts it 'was somewhat long, every number was thoroughly .enjoyed at the Rus- The Theatre ;early to f G-rey last- week There he to spend Christmas with his parents the. Earl and Countess of Antrim, the latter of whom is Her Excellency's Mrs. Forbes Robertson, (G-er- Elliott) who presented the play Mr. Mrs. and The red carry autrltikm. the white are the policemea or scavengers of the foody. enters the After-effects of Pleurisy, Pneumonia and La Grippe. That's why we believe it will be beneficial to you. Now we don't ask you to take our teaturcs, sucn as a chorus by over twenty boys and one laughed, a unique .Christmas tableau, a living Christmas .tree- com- i posed of prettily dressed little girls, j and a real Santa Clans with a real j on it also a Mrs. Burnett, .Mr.'.aJa.d. MTS.l'-BentleyF Mr. and Mre. Church, Mr, and-, Mrs. (Jolpman, Mr. and Mi's.- Cunningham, and Mrs. Dr.: and -Mrs. De- Veber, Mr. and Mrs; .Downer, :-Mr. and Mrs. Donnan, Mr. ana., Mr. Mr. and airs. and" Mrs; Gal- Chrysanthemum Drill' Primary'-; ,v 'Hig.. numbers: fect" cast Christina's TT- -c- T? 7; 4 h- 'The' Railroad Wee of, pink, and lavender cleverly rf you're Saht? used in the gown's-adornment .A rope of silver-tulle gave unique touch to the -coiffure. The genial host: seemed to .be .ev- erywhere at introducing ers and extending a hearty welcome to everyone. Conybeat'e" who is home for tie "holidays 'ffom" Upper College, Toronto, was also indefatigable- in par- ents' many guests; The guest list included: Mr. and, Mrs, J.-H. Anderson, Mr.'and.Mrs. Arnold, of Willie'- Cleary, Ted Cimningnam, iJNoft Boisvcrt, Ralph Moore. Christmas Recitation "What is- Christmas i Primary girls'J Swimming Church Builders" Standard Plag Rival Moore, Teti.: Sen- ior girls. '1 Rose Christmas Arig-els. Christmas' Tree. .The Railroad Train was ed by six boys, one as.the as the bagga-ge coach, me as the da out on the platform. tettes, duets, solos, Fifteen little folk speat a merry af- yesterday, the guests of Mr. Daniel .ghtful Choruses, quar-i and Mrs. C.. R. DameL Mr. readins dia- i took the children out. to his deli logues inario up the balance_of the en- home in his car, and upon their ar- Cvt-ifuneic5 -n There Are stin those soon win the firead "call in the night" if devour the germs that cause the dis- ease. If they are not in umbers or :-strength, then, the disease germs eat them and disease'claims the-body. "Let .us buy a 50-cent of Pay- That's the cause of every disease to oiiufi fi-off: your druggist and give it "wkiek humanity Is kelr. free, prove its great That 50-cent bottle of Psychine will >teU you. more powerfully than mere For centuries the cure of disease has -words can QQ-W tremendoasly beaeficial been by means of reme- Psychine will'be for you. dies. It will give you an unmistakable in- Tt !s rcfnt SIsstiOB of its wonderful power to re- weA iare come to know how these herbs new- the bodily vitality, to strengthen act- (the white scientists tell us tney increase policemen or scavengers of the the strength and numbers of the white corpuscles or phagocytes. In 'Psychine we have some of the of the effect of Psychine. Fill out the, coupon below, mail it tc us, and we'll give attracts disease germs you order OE your drusgist Jfor healea by pay kjm regular wmte cor- .price) for a 50.cent botUe of psychinf unwertMme to be you free We will undoubtedly buy and distr: se bute ia this manner, hundreds of thou ?s- or we that to show our enttr- confidence in this wonderful prepara A confidence that has been based or. our 30 years', experience with this splendid preparation with a full know- ledge of the hundreds of thousands of j tertainment. A pleasant feature was a presenta- tion of a gold necklace and cross set npfirlq in Miss Killamr who has faithfully served the church and Sun- day school as organist and a gold watch fob to Fred Simm, the capable choir leader. >Jr. Houll, made the presentation speeches, and lay presented the giiss. Santa Clau's prescntcci bags of candy and other gifts to the children and others'. At the intervals of the programme the rival the wee guests showered little Virginia, the'tiny daughter of the -Mr. anS Mrs, 1 and Mrs. J. Mr. and The and mbtaotf Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham, Mr. ana i particularly beautiful, the Hrs. Hatch, and- Mrs. Johnstone, .Mr. and Mrs. Lethbridge, Sir. and bright 'hued sashes and caps. Two small, tots, ol .and_ Mrs. MeEachreh, Mr. and Mrs-McBeth j years delighted the auditacs witii a piano duet, playing Mr. and Mrs. MeNichol, Mr. and Mrs. k "McLeod, Mrs. McGregor, while another musical jnuni- Misses Louise and i pretty gifts, it "being her j Mrs. McMillan, Dr. MW" w the -Violin anf ,pl- scTcSTii sirtliday. A glsssHug treSjouni, "r. anS- "Mr., these numbers "the loaded with sweets and gifts, was a, and Mrs. Naismith, Mr. and Mrs.- j j0y.ed what was to them "one of .the never to be forgotten feature of the Nourse, Dr. and_ Mrs. -O'Hagan, Mr. i most important- features of" the pro- party. Before: the 'children's depart-'and Mrs. Shaw.- Mr. and Shei-! gram, the 'Christmas "Irons, ure, a dainty early supper was served locjv, Mr. and Mrs. B. which they were allowed to choose Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd; Mr, and -Mrs. j their -own gifts.-. Seatle, Mr. and. Mrs. at a pretty, sniilax draped table. Sunday school orchestra rendered sev- j drawing eral selections very pleasingly. Alto-! Debutant dances are always merry affairs, for they -have a tendency of younger, and more sed- gcther it a great success, Sunday school added an-, other to iis list of triumphs. HOLIDAYS AT PINCHER CREEK together into a veritable fam gathering and warming, ev- ery member of which is glad of the opportunity of welcoming a sweet, new "bud into the increasing bouquet cures it has made. Dec. a of half and full blown blossoms. The world to the function ol the From Arabia comes one herb, from corpuscles of the blood or phag. Soua America another, China and Japan produce a third, wane the medical rcen were -astounded 3'ungle of India yields a fourth. see Japanese soldiers with '-wounds All these lierbs are recognized by the ithin not been cleansed or.dressed medical profession as being the most ifor da.-fs. innt were apparently dirty., beneficial to health. that they know. jiVr-kept. and altogether unsanitary. That's why Psychine, in the .third of Yet dirty healed mar- a century it has been made, has cured no army the world had ever hundreds of thousands of people who thawn. isd each a- record suffered from the following diseases: COUPON No. 60 To ihe Dr. T. A. SLOCUM. Ltd. 193-195 Spaa'ina. Avc., Toronto. S- i I accept offer to try a SOc. bottle of Psychine (pronounced Si-keen) at yonr expense. I have not had a 50c. bottle of Psychine under this plan. Kindly advise my druggist 10 deliver this "bottle to me. My Name, Town Streetand Xurnber My "Dragjris'i's Name This coupon is nof. good for a SOc. bottle of Psychine to the dmfftiisr, itaiwsGbe sent we will then buy The bottle of Psychinc from' your druggist and direct him to ver it to you. This offer lie trithdrawn at nny time vrithoat nctfce. Sei7d coupon Christmas tree entertainment in the j very gayest and most delightful, of opera house under the auspices of the. J the many Lethbridge debutant danc- P'resbytrrian church Sunday anti a similar entertainment of the same char.ictrT held under the auspic- es oi the Methodist Sunday school in the Mason if on "Friday ev- ening, last, i.hrre was nothino- doing in the old town of Pincher Creek apart from the ordinary. When Saturdav dawned, more especially in the after- noon. There was a different tale to be told. Voi by way of passing it might be irentione.i that the. cantata as pre- sented by the Presbyterian well as "the program- rendered by the Metbodisi church scholars use Mrs. Mr. and "Mrs., Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. H. Wilson, Mr." and' Mrs! j. O. Wil- son, Mr. an J. H. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs, George! Robinson, Mr, and Mrs. Tinning, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. McKillop, .Mrs. Mc- Cullough, Mrs. -Rigby, Mrs. Starnes, Mrs. Duff, Mr.. Mrs.. .Murphy, Mrs. Henson, Mrs.. Stafford, Misses Archer, Agnew, McLachlan, Irene He- old to an DiCn. Ill rum i tistK.7' acqui'ted themselves i until Ihi- hopr- I minor ui> lo jianv of 'he v.-ait puticntly xs time with .stars" in lo.r CUPID'S COURT -fr 4- 4-.HE- v -i- Tais morntng .Knox iduirCh, Bet. William Shearer united in Charles Allen Denimans, of sasK.. and Harriet Evelyn Harfis, of Columbia, B. C. On Saturday at ty, Rev. V. McMillan -celebrated the marriage of Arthur Heads, of this city, formerly of Henley oa England, and Uoulis, Annie of Leihoridge, "formerly, of Kotherfleld, Greye, EagJand, in St. ch-arch. TUsy were attend- ed by Mr. E. G. Meads and Mist P. Meads. different from any other, in that Cowan's always gi veperf ect results. Housekeepers say that Cowan's icinf s are uniformly satis- factory. Eiyht delicious flavors so yoar jrocer-'s. THE COWAN CO. LlMtTCD. LOCAL BUDGET Charles Mair, the weU fciowi popular immigration atceat at Coutis, arrived in tows yesterdar, this morniBg. inspector West, of the left this morning for Contte and probably return tonight. W. K. Cunningham, .s of the dining car department ot C.P.R. at Calgary, -who spending the first part of the j here with his brother, E. A. ham, returned to Calgtry I inc.