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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I DECEMHSR 31, 1913 I THE LKTHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN s Cream POWDER Pure, Healthful, DefMiutaMo Its active principle solely grape acid and baking soda. It makes the food more delicious and whole- some. ________ The low priced, low grade powders put alum or lime phosphates in the food. Ask Your Doctor About That MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 "THE KK1V YPAK ClilMF.S" i formed by tie lie'. S. S- Marshall. Chime out, sweet Dells, 1ft purer The bride looked charming in white thought And .stronger hold its s'.vay, iC'cn tho' the passing year. laid naught Hut obstacles upon our way (Which caused us grid and Ours is to live, ariil strive lo gain l.ove and respect from kin; Not striving to resound a name I-Vliotd by Trumpeters o! Sin, (V'liii-h fade away Chirac out, sweet Dells, your sweet- est peal Drown Sorrow in thy melody. Let 'gladsome thoughts o( future seal. Tut closing lloofc of memory, (lt marred by-earthly ciepe de chine with troche Uim- tninfcS. Miss James bridesmaid, Mr. A. Parker groomsman, Thomas is well kr.owiL-in-CV.Uarj' and High Kiver, wbcre she taught school for three years- Christmas the happy couple left for their future borne ID Kiancvtidale> Alberta, wliere Mr.- is farming and ranching very 1 It-raid. CLUB8 AND SOCIETIES Snow, which commenced falling ttite afternoon gives promlie of a white New even If the fleecy wasn't In evidence for Christmas- It li peculiar clrcum-.. stance that last year real of the winter started on the afternoon before Christmas. B-jl that time it carne wltn a roar and a bang, old timers staling that it vyae the worst windstorm In -10 years. Ths sr.aw thTe afternoon came just in time to save a record. Supt. FairfieLd had just mailed to the department thn weather ob- tervatEor.s for December on which precipitation for the month was shown as "0." tt is the first time flncc the farm was established that such a report was sent In to headquarters. Mr, Fair field ex- pressed the hope that the snow- fall uehering in the new year would be emblematic of a better 1914. UTAH MAN FINDS WEATHER HERE MUCH BALMIER THAN 5CO MILES SOUTH wrvice will te held in Trinity church, llardievitlr, this cv- A joint of Central Willa'rd IV. C. T." 0. will be held in Those isteresled arc reioinded oi the watch niglit service, which will be held in St. Andrews church, com- mencing at eleven o'clock this even- !u Life there's Hope, while, midnight chimes fur the New'Year dawn, many, Hopeless watideier That God has spared him to retain. ;KIIOX cburch Wesley Hall (And live in "Peace" Piously anuoucced on account -fleoree Gilmote. noise resulting Irom moving to the new on Saturday af- ternoon. From 3 to 1 will he a spe- cial business meetir.g and all mem hers should be present, and from to 5 the World's Prayer Day vil le observed by a player meeting con- .ed'toy Hev. A. C. Bryan and Her. NVit receiving on Friday W, Allison, 203 Seve.it] Ave., A. on.Saturday instead. To a Jaunt tour or five hun- 1 drcd miles north, leaving snowi and j I frizzling cold behind and land in halniy Southern Alberta where1 lur coats.are mentioned only in the joVe experieccc this week .Mrs.- A. W. 'Kress has returned from a visit to Nanton.- Mr. Harry Mahon is 'a visitor.in iledicine week-mi G. H. Colblcdkk. 'One fifty children and fifty parents met last evening in St. Mary's church at five o'clock, where. Rex-Williamson' is spendiaa-.a ecu- a short service.was held, after which -o! weeks with his lather, Mr.-U. all adjourned to the parish hall for 'brother oi Uullock tue well Rctlaw. the annual Sunday school supptr ami Mr. W. Niven.'of Calgary; is a' which was truly 3 tnown miuc oviticrs ot Taber. Mr. arrived yesterilay to spend a rombir.ei holiday and busineis visit with his Lroihtis, and cannot say too iwoil about Alberta wea- guesS vith Mrs. Davies, Fourth Are. feast of good things, was served bi MAIU'CLERK ROBBED Dec. Asli- worth, a .mall clerk at the local past ofiico, was held up in a lane nt the rear of tbe post office building this rfloring and robbed of In cash. At the 13th annual cocveatlon of the Federation of Zionist eoclcliea of Canada at .Montreal it was anncunced .that plans for a Canadian Zionist colony in Palestine were completed. PU RE M I UK ]N POWDER FORM Rood of ____ -Western Distributors. teachers and the ladies oi Miss Annie of CSuild, and needless to say, the chil- is spending-Xew' Year's.the gurst of dren did ample to it. Mr. Bullock is a man o! allairs in cousins, -the j After the' supper an irnpromptu Utali. He is a ilircctor ol the Unify ters oi Mis. II. Marrs.. proRrara of sonBs'and recitations wa: State Bank, in that state- and is well I of Edmonton, versed on financial conditions. 'i'0 Mrs. Wiseliroil HID Herald he stated that he heliev- Ncw.iears.ib cJ light was breaking ahead, and months would see llic finish .Mrs. B. b. McCafty. M Airs. program oi songs and recnaiions wa of Edmonton, given, followed address b fltv.. Ci Hi (fyphahi. i of; Mr.-aiidj .Santa Claus arrived grid each child i received o- present, while- special prii- the present financial stringency which has been one. ot the .most far-teach; ing on record, the new Currency Bill in the States has already done Mr. and Mrs, It.' Nivcn, es for attendance, conduct and good .J- 4 work.were given by the-teachers. Everybody.had-a good titne and all weut home happy. A HAPPY NEW YEAR to all citizens of Lethbridge and surround- ing district is the sincere wish of the man- agement of this, Lethbridge's most popular store, and we take advantage oi this oppor- tunity to express to you our deep appre- ciation of the abundant patronage you have favored us with during the year now draw- ing to a close. We have tried our best to please you by giving the world's best merchandise at the lowest possible prices and we are con- tinually watching for and taking advantage of any opportunities that come within our grasp to improve our store service to make your visits here not only mutually profitable but to provide for you here such comforts as are not to be found elsewhere in the city. During the past year our store has been entirely remodelled to provide better facilities for your comfort and to permit of a better display of our goods. and handsomely appointed Tea and Rest Rooms have been provided, all of which we know are keenly appreciated by the purchasing public of our city, as is evident by the ever increasing throng of satisfied shoppers who make this store headquarters for their supplies We respectfully solicit a continuance of your valued support during the coming year, 19! 4, and beg to assure you that nothing that can be done will be left un- done to make your visits here a source of profit, comfort and pleasure. inco U. to gra- people. The central branks arc >2ing nr.fl In .Uf. 8011 delectable dainties, and it was truly an'd.air; and m'arvrlious the way sandwiches and Mr. has'a good-word to Jlis' A- B- ''entertained fern showing many beautiful as well say1 for Southern Alberta. Wifh 'its eighteen little ones yesterday afteri as eomir. vitws, giving a short inter- Bank's resting; talk in passing. Later Santa Claus arrived in i due great coal beds ifriga- !P of ller tion schemes he believes it will Eoon i birthday. he known as one nf the most pros-! ln tllei evening her son, and distributed gifts from perous portions of t ho whole conti- 'tertalned some twenty "of his' adorned and lighted Cnt'ist- tent. mates. Prizes in tho guessing con-! mas tree, each, child receiving a pres- -test were won by Kathleen .Tfrrill and a bag of candy. MINK FARM NOW THE LATEST anii .Charlts Fullcrton._ Special prizes for attendance were Halifax. Dec. arc under way for tho opening of a mink farrn on the Cole iiarlor road and already concrete dens been built for this purpose. Foster fs. behind tho enterprise- and has a company of Halifai men evening was spent in dancing. Lilian Proctor, Masio Bow- man, .Kathleen Freeman, Helen Baiv- Mrs. E. A. Sharrnan welcomed den. Alfred Toulc, Harry Clarke, many callers during the late alter- Padrly Cowman and .Edward Clarfce. H Is said that Gco. noor- when she was form- i .1 he affair was certainly greatly en- T tbe alm ibn' ol f-hristmas decorntions were bright, ants, who included Miss Dawson, and pretty, and Mrs. J. O. Robert- Miss McColl, Miss Uenllcy, Mr. G. son and Sirs. Sydney Jackson assist- W. Robinson and Rev. Canon Jlurrel- FOX RANCH STARTED Sarnla, Dec. Conlon, a farmer of Sombra town- ed the hostess. A few young people were bidden t, for a game ol five hundred in the ship, has started a fox farm at his MK_ sharmDn V-M ho. 3 Wright. home near Port Lambton. Tho farm has already -been ecr-jipiied with six foxes of the black and silver One pair ol tno old ones IB valued at COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Ask for R1iH Ttlbbon products and that rout; dealer gives Ihem. All IJlue rtlhbon arc guar- anteed to tatlsljr. H otherwise you may return (hem. Blue Ribbon CoffceB and Halting Powder ara tho on Hie marltet'or they co'jldn'l bd sold with strong a guarantee. again on Friday evening. c Mr. Mrs. C. li. Drandow cele- brated their tenth anniversary of their wedding laal oreoing br enter- at a dinner party. Gofers vi-ere laid lor twelve at the prettily appointed lahle where pink and white carnations, 'pink rlbhon and. smllas were cneclifclj; usetl In decoration, 'fhe evening was pleasantly spent in music and The host and hostess wfic the recipients ol many aselul gifti. Mrs. Brandow received her guests wearing pretty costwne of cream silk eolienne with lace adornment and touches of pinlj. Those bidden were Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, Rev. and Mrs. CobMedlck, Mr. and Mrs. Falrburn, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.rBaer. A quiet vedding was celebrated at St. Cyprian's cliiuch last evening, when Miss Elizabeth Alice. Datlraont was united In marriage !o Mr.1: W, Quayle, Canon JlcMllien Pet- foiminp the'ceremony. Mr. and Mis. Quaylo will reside in the cilv. PA.I.KER-THOMAS A quiet wedding took: plact on Christmas ere 6.30 o'cloek-in the Central Methodist parsonage, '.Cal- wr.tn Miss Olive ThonlkS, yoiinjeat .daughter ol .thoniss, ol Toronto, was Bfn- j'iamin i'arlcer, late pflHIgh Rivet a I Kluoondilt. The ceremony, was- f Faithfully yours, HUDSON'S BAY STORES Per A. COUNTESS' NEW CALLING Paris, Dec. Gueriv- ie, who became Paris' fimt woman abuy Eeyeral years ago and subso- uently oreawl a barber shop, which now a nurfie in a dog and1 at bocpltal. C. N. R. SERVICE BETWEEN OTTAWA AND TORONTO Ottawa, Dec. Monday. Jan- uary 5, the Canadian Northern win be- gin a local passenger and freight ser- vice over the new lir.e between Ottawa' and Toronto. BOTH IN AN.b. OUT, .Mrs.' Pankburst, Ecgllilr" autj.said. at a luncheon tri.Chic ate sll jail birds, all of us ish militants. "I called one afteinoor. al .Mrs. :en Saaderson's. 'la Mrs. Cobdon Sanderson i asked the butler. "'Yes, he answered i y. 'In Tor seven months.'" "niljl- Mra. Caroline Bock, of Wlntlfi aged 57, iilfd-from apoplexy on lei ,ng a Detroit ferry after a Christ; shopping trip: .What adds ;riiore to a good iis-mpre. than a cup g6od rr -i' coflee What is simpler to make Why deprive yourself of this '-.morning luxury when ANNA ,AND TWO COMPANIONS grtup plcturt