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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December JPasre THE Cheese 10 serve at any time. Set it on the table at luncheon, dinner or sup- per will add zest to the meal. Those who know the goodness of this extra delicious, clean, fresh, creamy cheese, wouldn't consider they had a meal without it. It is the most, nutritious, delicious condiment known because it is made from superior quality cream in the special Me- Nnughton chemical presecvath pure. You never tire of it like ordinary cheese because it is little better. Put up in white rvpal jars and in tin fo5i. At your grocer's fresh and fit; ask and make perfectly sure it's IT. DAIRY 0 MANITOBA, RACING TEAM GET MODEL OF ANCIENT QUEBEC Ottawa, Dec. model of Que- j Dec City by Jean' Baptists Dubergue, wnich was made towards the end of the ISth century, is now in the arch- ives. It has been retouched by Rev. who has painted a Horan Forgot Accusations Made Chicago, Dec. was just i Panoramic' back-ground of the country one experience in his career that Jim The model was in the lioran couldn't quite said o? the British War office till two a friend who has been his intimate-, years ago, wnen it was given, to Can- since boyhood said yesterday. jada. Dubergue was engaged seven "That'was the time his captain pre- j years in making the model, which' is ferred charges against him before Bat-; 20 fet ,by -feet) and Que- Chief'Schniir because truck' Dec as -t was 120 to from Twenty-second and- fletailg Qf tjle buildillgs wncre- Jim was stationed at. the ivas late, to. a: fire. This is; the way! ._______________ it happened. "It was a nasty, rainy night more' PITA rfffMf WAV than. Uveniy .years ago when an alarm ijflUvlVllllj If rt I came in-.from'. Thirty-fifth, and the, f Horan .slid the pole, .and climbed aboard the truck, while the horses were being coupled up, wiping the sleep out of his eyes the i while; The team jumped out into Twenty-second 'street on-a ran and! LUt cf ArmBtrouf, Mils Mr. and Mrs. Mr. S. Alejan-. 4W-, Mr. C. -9. Ajaderjon, JR. An- derson, Mr. and C. M. Arnold, :Air. and Mrs. -E. Mr. id Mrs. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Here's to. the girl of the glad New Year! Whether she's yonder or there or Whether in furs that are -flecked with' snow Or gowned in gingham or Whether she dwells in -the 'sun kissed south, The ice hugged north or the drouth, She is sweet and sauc, sbs is fit for heaven, But we trust she'll stay through nine- teen 'leven. The Entre Nous hold another of their pleasant hops on Tuesday in Harpers hall. The Trainmen's fourth annual ball in the Knightts of- Pythias Mon- day evening promises to be a large and brilliant, event. All preparations are being mad.p in a most lavish man- Nearly every matron is holding istlc. Tbe palmi, plants, Boms and cut flowers from the Terrill had been arranged to the most effective advantage by Mr. Terill and hia oorps of florists. The nali waa festooned Trtth heavy roiias of evergreen, whioh extended up the stairway. ladies' dreaaing rooms 6n; third floor were made attractive "with bouquets of deep pink carnatloni and the assistance of a maid in-each room wag another mark of' the forethought that characteriz- tne; aiigntest detail. 'me patronesses received the tnnrags of guests in the large recep- tion room on the first floor, where a Bright grate lire glowed. Here the predominant used in the adorn- ment were pink and green. Tall vas- es filled with Enchantress carnations and ferns appearing on the mantle, and a unique wall border of crossed palms studded with the blossoms brought forth intich favorable comment. immense branches of mistletoe were suspended over the archways, and caused much .merriment, especially stately grandmamma stood "Open House" in accordance with time I unconsciously beneath. The cosy rest honored custom on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Johnstone will rooms that opened off the wide hall proved "a rendezvous for non-dancers. The splendid billiard room, which has be among the New.Year's dinner hosts MUst -been- completed and reflects-BO and hostesses. much credit on the building contract- prs, Messrs. Hotspn leader, had Miss Macbeth will not receive on D8err transformed'into a most spacious New Year's Day. land beautJful ballroom, the deep win- seats being used by a, number of Mr. and Mrs. George Whelen and't_ae .Along the ledge of daughter, Marjory, are spending -wainscotting potted blossoms iad week end at Mapl Creek. Mr. and Mrs. .W. H. Young returned yesterday afternoon froc: a Chicago, Dec'. 'men and Xew Years gift to the superintendent l.ranged, and on the brackets' hiCij -appeared at intervals, simlax boW ,fragTailt ]edge a profusion of terhs' lent thoir. beauty.v The festive season "was exemplified with the bor- Q g hg d 5i "the; card rooms on the _, floor-' Oi the He "got away from him. couldn't- hold -them' down. "It seems "a fellow had forgotten to one al the trac- es and "left one" of the lines oa tho nigli horse unsnaPPed. McNamara was at- the tiller, and Horan was beside 1he driver. 11 Mac hadn't steered for all ho worth the" three women devoid of raiment, lowed and rolled. in. the. .snow in the back yard at Evanston 'today in the belief that thus the" would faiew j named Stevens their youth. The -youngest .45, had l by the president and been cleverly everywhere. .tirring programme threugho-tit the oldest. 65 Mrs. a. A. Cuaningcam'is'eate'rtaia svanbg, flagging The wonien'-werc separated from "the.Hp5 at lhe iea moment from nine-o'clock; until 3.30 men -Dy an eight foot board Miss "ilsw .this morning. Everyone; was over they threw snowballs at i burn is'also r. tea hcur hcstess today.-sucn that onc anothcr i sje is entertaining lor Mrs.-'Murpm-, .even wben "Home Sweet Eome" was Tbc institution where "this- Winaipeq and >ries': Elaine >C3ony- piaYed ifwurr longed ito .stay for gone .to, smash, and some. ,ot. us is the Kosmos _phvsical Culture IS Known wuldhave got tilled-. We Jut Jt; up ..sanjtorium, and tho --Curc down Twenty-sec'ond street, -the team, as nature going its limit, smashed through. the gates at the railway crossing and j missed a freight nine-inch-.-on.tnc- ''to leave-because-of the criticism of rnen lioran caw that it.was-up to somebody.- He-climbed clown, on TO TbiTsKoVciire is combined tne t _._ Latio insists oa hudilv. naan't been hooked, Horan picked; that loose line out'of the air and snap ped it into the'bit. Before vrc had gone .a hundred yards farther the driTar had the team in.hand, and bv the time we had gone a block lie had tlvem stopped dead. "We got down and fastened up the -harness and went on to the fire, but we were lat-e, and the captain was clothes and a niaci- ilrom the Blairmore Hotel, oa Wedass- He pleaded guilty to both cnarg. ed to Macleod one more dance." was served" during: the even- where had been "noirie UP FOR CL.OTHE3 AT HOi EL Jnooil f0r Frank, Dec, the Blalr-norc Police Court yesterday. Justic- es Gresliam and Kirbs, Kc-cert Ear! Mias Jean Mac Arthur 'left this afte'r- o-hore'siieTv'ill spend a few weeKs widi her parents. At riiidnight supper by Horel 'cbef: While' tb menti was being served, D'Arc JJiax ,n'l UiHv" who.' possesses [.every one me Laurie tfli her rendition of "An- unrl. responded to the .Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gamble of 20th s charged with stealing a suii of Are. V.'est entertained on Monday at i evening at a very joily five i3's flattering encore with another beloved acotci. ballad. Mr. Cooper, wno has j the "faculty of always finding merry ZL nonor ot tceir air. of Nev; he called" the -captain in. !'Was Horan driver o? traclr. -1 liiat Scfmxir- asked him. "When tlie captain admitted Horan driving, Schnur tore tho j -charge papcrs'in tivo and paid Horan! ought to have had a mention Tor bravery for what he is. U sj il CLOSED UP HIS CONSUL OFFIC and also, Mr. Tilley, who a general favorite, entertained the guests with two jolly numbers. Mr. Jones was tiaeir able accompanist. I wish I had the time and space to de- the many beautiful gowns worn, especially those wno honored me event with pretty new frocks. The _niany out of town visitors all loofeed 5 jvefy pretty, and received a large J. R. Shearer and Mrs. Sliearer, of'share of attention. The patronesses, Gracsy Lake, wore visiting triends in were the wives of the president tho city this week. itic vice-president, the secretarj', the 'past ofiicers and the committee, were Tvlr. ana IVIrs. ha've gracious to every one, and prov- turned iroin an exlcncisd visit to their cd .idea; With the excep- rornier Homo in Missouri. .Mrs. of -Mre. who is visiting Miss Macleod: of tie Tiber school staft is tbc guest of-Dr. and jjrs Rivers. A number 01 curling enthusiasts were disappointed today whrn it found that the ice would he too for the game. When firsl flooded il aam's sister. Miss Dora "return-' in Montreal, and Mrs. Hatch, who-was was filled so high that now it is nol vdth them. junable to the patronesses were i possible to asram flood it without'nrsi t jflll i making some -slimiit c-nangcs n: tnt t. 1 construction. As the first "body e 3S a child-i _ .Mrs. C. F. P. Cunybeare was attract- ired in pansy embroidered chif a dccpc-r shade of satin, and Hearing that the United States con-; have it ready for Monday's -gan-e. j ro1" are beiag entertained. iWOjv magnificent diamond and einer- office was noc doing business' (construction. As the first txxiy OL i .......c jurs. u. j ice formed was rough thev are now iren s party this atiernoon -Veiv at-tir Mr- W- Hobtason, -Mr. and Mrs'. Galbraith. Mr.' R. V. Gibbons, Mr. Mrs-' GhaB- N. and Mrs. Dr. Galvin, Mr. and Mrs. Mr- Jag. Rose, Mr..: Hfcodes, H. J. Goode, :Mr. and Mrs. A. M. (irace of Medicine Hat' Mr., H. H. E. T. Gait. of London, Mr. A.. V., Gibbons. IMr. and Mrs. John Gait, iMr. H. N. Galer of Vancouver, Mrs. Wm. Henderson, Miss Etta Hen- derson, Mr. Harold Henderson, Mr. and Mrs.-W. D. L. Hardie, Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. A. .E. Mr. C. B. Hartshorn, Mr... and. Mrs. Homi- brook, Mr; and Mrs. J. Horne, Mr. F. O, Hyde of Pincher Mr. and -Hatch, A Hings, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mr. Miss- JPhyUis "Hlgin- Mr and Mrs. H. Hyde, -'Mr. and Mrs. A; Hayr, Miss Florence Mod'gins, Jadge-Hap'ey and .Mrs. Har- vey of Mr. and Mrs.' J. D. Higinbotnam, Mr. and Mrs. E.' N. Hig- inbotiiani, Mr. and MrC 'Hunter, Mr. John Halstead of Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.'Hyde, Mr. Hay, -Mr. J. G. S. Hudson of Ottawa, Mrs. T. O. Ives, Miss Gladj's Ives, Dr. Garnet Ives, .Mr. and Mrs. C. Ives, Mr. A- E. Ives, Mr. G: .N. Illingworth, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Johnston, Miss Johnson, .Mr. A. P. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Jonnstone, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. John- ston, Mr. and Mrs. B. Jackson, Dr. and Mrs. Kennedy of Macleod, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kellogg, Mr. T. D. Ke- vin, -Mr. "and Mrs. Fred Kenig, Mr. T. Kilkenny.- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Living- ston, .Mr. -H. G. Lawrie, Miss Lane, Mr. and Mrs. G. Lane, Mr. arid Mrs. J. S. Lethbridge, Mr. W. P.- Lindsay, Mr. Mrs. Mr. Fred' Rose, Mr. and Mrs.' Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Siiaw, Lieut. P. C. Shaw, >lr. and Mrs; SkeJ'dlngf of :Mac- Mrs. and Mrs. Simmons of Calgary, Mr. aad Mrs. F. hick. Mr. 'and Stafford, Mr. and Mrs, H." J.. Skeith, Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Seatle, and- Mrs. G. JB. Saunders, Mr. Ralpli Slye, Dr. Scott, Mr: and Mrs. H; B.'.Sallee, Miss Stafford, Mr. Elliott, MrvT. herd. Judge Scott Edmon- ton, Judge and Mrs.' Stuart, of Calgary, Mr. "and dalet Dr. and Mrs. Stewart, Mr. A. Stamway, Mr. and Mrs. Sdna.Tripp, .Mr.'and Mrs. nlng, Supt. and- Mrs. Taylor of North Bay, Mr. and -Mrs. A. Tilley, Mr. and JUTS. Geo. Tinning, Inspector and Mrs. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. R. TTrch, Mr, .Richard Urch., Miss- Urcn, Mr. and Mrs. Vrooman, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. wood, Inspector and Mrs. West, Supt. and Mrs. J. O. Wilson, Mr. I. .C. Wedd, -Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace, Mr. ,'Jas. Wallace, Miss Winter of Calgary, Mr. R. W. Wallace, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Whitesides of- Coleman, Mr. J.' B. Wilkie, Mr. .and Mrs. E. H. Wilson, Mr. H. Whitmore, Mr! A. Whit more, Judge and Mrs. Winter of Cal- gary, Mr. F. G. Wood, -Mr. -and..Mrs. w. T. Williams of Medicine. Hat, Mr. H. 0. Whitney, Mr.'and Mrs. W. D.; Wing, Mr. Chas. xouse, U. R. Young, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. air. and Mrs. F. C. Lowes of Calgary, Young, Mr. Walter Boss. Mr. B. J. Lowes, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Livingstone, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Murplay, of Winnipeg, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Macbeth. Mr. Fred Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Martin of Macleod, Miss .Mewburn, Rev. and I -tZi 'iZ, .T. CUPID'S COURT Never Phone G3XMORE THE BAKER kcated the where captufOB kind vtfhtvt we madthiery It of the tatect modern type and ;-mathod'a up- to-date. That fa why our flour poputar. CHURCH SEKVICES Knox Church Rev.- Wm. Shearer, minister in charged Son-; ;Morning at '.11 The. Sacrament of -tae Lord's Supper-. ,be dispensed this Evening .at 7.30 o'clock. immediately after morning -1 Sunday School at 3.p.m., All diaDy invited to attend these services. .Wesley ReV. T.'P, pastor. Morning subject, " the Light." Evening deeming tie .Time." Sunday' .School' and Bible Class at 3 p.m. BpV ortc. League consecration service .Monday evening, topic, "A New Year's rEeso- lution." i First Baptist Her, A: J, Frosser, pastor. Pub-lie worship and prea-ching at and 7.30 p.m-. Sub- jects: Morning', "Our ing "Resolutions." Bible Sctcol and Adult Bible Glass at S pjn. j Weetminater Rev. A. A, Lytle "wfH preach morning; and evening. Morning subjoct; Evening subject In I have had no reply and consequently i have closed the. office." This was ail Mr. Dobbin had to say. to S217. of giving tho most, delightful! .Mrs. Mr. H. R. Main, Mr. H. iJ Maunsell, Dr. and Mrs. Mew burn, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MagraLh of MrJ and ilrs. N. T. Macleod, -Mr. C. S. Morse, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mason, .Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Martin, Mr. Bun- Rev. A. J. Prosser united in mar- riage at the Baptist parsonage at noon today Colin Ferguson and Miss Martha Henderson. The witnesses were Mr. nd Mrs. R. G. Andretr. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson will reside at their Home. 1247 Eighth avenue South. observed in the Sunday Soaook St. Church, North Eev. W, "W. B. A., pastor, Sunday 'Manag- ing at 11 o'clock. Tb.e, SwJrainesnt big the Lord's Supper -will be ed at this service. Evening at ?.3Q o'clock. Sunday Scnob! at o'clock. Bible Class at 4 o'clock, i McKay St. Baptist Rev. W. G. Kinsman. 3 p.m. preaching service, ,pjnrt subject, "A Vision for the Special music. Ererybcdy Mrs. L. M. Jocnstone was very event. Last "evening sowned in lavender dew drop] opened its hospitable doors toituile' built "pon emPire lines, over aj :o hundred and fifty guests j satin slip. The ornamentations were Long before nine'VcIock "lines of sUver a coronet of bril- Season's Greetings automobiles and carriages arrived j I with fair guests and their gallant es- j icons. every nook and corn- Jjer from the first to the third floors it were brightly lighted and the'rooms transformed into veritable j beauty- bowers, where the sweet, per- j j fume and beauty of masses of cut j mowers and hundreds of potted fej-tis j and palms mingled with the exquisite toilettes worn by every maid and matron made one j rorger. the cold world without and on- j ly partake of the happiness, cheer and (nattering; hospitality within.' The president, indefatigable secretary aiid members of the Chinook club "have ever been noted as royal entertainers by the sterner sex of Lethbridge an-d out of town visitors who have been recipients of any of the many cour- tesies extended, -but last evening the fairer sex were included in the invi- tations, and that they were more charmed and delighted with the Uiougiit that was manifested in every detail' for their and pleasure evident. Hero liants added beauty to her coiffure. .Mrs. Xourse was a picture in her lovely sown of white chiffon over] pink satin, with stencilled borders and j Dandmgs cf wild pink roses and edg- ings of minK. Mrs. J. O. Wilson wore a handsome! gown of charmeuse elaborated i with heavy cut jet and sequin trim-; nungs. Mrs. P. L. Xaismith looked partic- ularly charming in a gown of step' grey iscc old satin and cor- sage bouquet of deep pink carnations .Mrs. Andrew Tilley wore a modish gown of Paisley foulard, the bronze and blue tones predominating. Pi-p- ings of bebe blue'panne velvet werei cleverly used. Mrs. C. Ives was gowned in pas- telle blue eolienne, with oraamenta- i tions of maltese lace and seed pearls i airs, F. H. Mew-bam in white tulle j exquisitely embroidered with gold se-1 quins, built over a. heavy white satinj foundation, made a dainty picture. A G. A. DEL Phone 452, Butclier EXTENDS GOOD WISHES FOR A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO HIS FRIENDS, CUSTOMERS AND EVERYBODY I ecorations every-fluffy aigrette'gave a chic to'uc-h to" were elaborate and. most coiffure. ;