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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1918 THE LETHB1UDGE DAILY JIKRALD 1'AGE FIVE Lethbridge Hotel Xmas Menu 6 to 7 p. m. Ccnson-.rr.t Qesslinnac Stuffed Olives Price, per plate New York Count Oysters, Hone Radish Salted Almonds Qrten Turtle St, Mande Celery Green Onions FISH Lake Island Salmon a Maiie Bagale Kill-', of. Halibut Steak, Pomnie de Terre BOILED Home Fed Fowl, a U Mninlenon Mild Cured Virginia Ham en BourgevTit ENTREES Quail Cutlets a la MarechaU Crab PetH, Pate de fol grae, Wine Sictcet a la O'uxeltts, Guinea Chicken, Maryland Style. Cream Roil Boston SALAD Qelicioui Salad au MayonnaJit Aspic de Howard ROAST Top Sirloin of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding. Sucking Pig with Crab Apple Dumpling. Haunch of Venison, Bordtlaise Sauce. POULTRY Local Turkey Faci au Trtfflei, Cranberry Sauce Domestic Duckr Walnul Dreulng .VEGETABLES Steamed Potatoes Sweet potatoes Masked Potatoes Cinrnj. peas Asparagus au Sur-for-due DESSERTS Deep Apple Pie witli Cream Hot Ml rice Pfe Lemon Cream Pit apple Meringue English. Plum Pudding, Hard or Brandy Sauce Charlotte Ruise Gtrawfaerry Ice Cream, Lady Fingers Orange Jelly Port Wine Jelly Chrltlmts Cake Aworled Fruit Anortcd Null Cammembtrt CheesQ and Almonrfs Cafe. Nolr Saltene Wafers Menu For Christmas at the International Cafe from 1 1.30 .to 8 p.m. SOUPS a. la Royal Oyjttft en FISH Boiled Halibut, Egg Sauce ___.... Grilled Salmon, Anchovy Sauce Steamed FInnan'Haddie, fn Crown Tomato Grsuton I.................... 50c. 35c. .....................-35c. 35c. RELISHES Young Celery, Oltvea on Ice 15c. Sliced-Tomitoti, 20c. ENTREES Bollci) Torque, with 3oc. Lamb Curry, with Boiled Rice 30e. Veal Cutltte, a Ta Half Spring Chicken, i la 60C. ROAST Young Mlltc Fee" Turkey, with Cranberry Sauce 60c. Spring Chicken, Oyeter 45c. Lea ef Spring Lamb, with Crabappte Jelly................... 30c.' Sirloin ef Beef, Yorkihirt Puddfnfl 25c. VEGETABLES Steamed er Maektd Petatoei Creen Peas tn Cream SALAD ChicVen ll Shrimp Salad, with Turkey Dreaeino, DESSERTS Englleh Pium Pudding, Hard or Sauce.............. Cocoanui, Cream or Apple Pie with Dinner Order. Bananai and.Cream 15c; Sliced Canned Peachet............ Apple Dvmpllnit and Cream 15cJ Baked Applet and Cream place for a good any day In the year. SOc. We, Children Are Ready for St. Nick (Cent in ucd Fcom Krcat exercises, greatly pSeasicg tLe inmy parents who attended. Kev. Mr. Cob- blcdick was an Ink-rested visitor ttis morning. AT FLECTKOOD Fleelwood conceit was a one. There'asre sungs, dialogues and eluh swinging ty the class oi who won the Header son cup for efn- cy diilL The cup was on eibibi- Principal UraDdov; gave an ad- dress on athletics, showing the work that had been done in the schools generally. It was a concert ol excep- tional merit and pleased tLe parents immensely. OALIiKAlTll SCHOOL tfalbraitli scliool held very pleasing i-losbig yesterday. The whulc bchool assembled in the audi- tojium, aud a spleiidiil program was reuilered consisting ol choruses, jol- os and recitations, Superiutendeut- W. A. Harjiilto.i avtini; as chairman. An especially interesting feature! was the presentation to Miss LCnfc- lish, has resigned, oi a hrautilul pin from her pupils, ar.d a pretty car.d case the stall. AT WKSTMIXSTKR Westminster school lias no auililor- luni-lite-tlie tuildiugs erected in lat- er years and each room hail its.own concert. There was a- inerilurious pro- gram in all (be rooms Irom I'rirxipal Jennings down, ,-ind a goodly numter .ol parents were present. If the par- 'tnls only much the chil- dren anil teachers appreciate their presence there would be a much larger attendance, at .these, closing luiiciions in all the schools. HIGH SCHOOL .The ISigh school had their closing exercises last night in tl-c iorm of a masquerade party for -pupils aad teachers. .1 Christmas tree was i feature, the gifts befag iiictpensirc' and ol a fc'-'inorniw character. All the' pupils were prettily and uniquely cos-] .tmned, and a delightful evening was j spent in all having a jOUKhly'eniojrable evening. Tbe staff i was presented fine gilts hy ilie pupils. I ,'_ The, hunt for the Christmas turkey1 i is llirse days that a preda- [tory-lidnd is out to'obtain-llic bird I hy hook or by Owners .ot-tiir-' I keys should prepare themselves I'Hgain'st thc'visif. of niidnijht maraud-1 jers'to the N'orman, caire- Itaker'of the -Dominion Lund lad four plump birds, a" gobbler aJid Jirec hens, weighing aboiil 80 pounds, stolen from A bunch 'ol five. The- hieves were considerate and left one i behind as, with Hie spirit o! the sea- j evidently- did r.o( want loj leprive Mr. Npnoan and his familybl! heir Christmas Mr. Notman j islies to thank the. turkey lifters (or -heir kind consideration, even though the.bird left was'ilie. worst of (he ot and would lite them to call and receive his personal4 nents. THE DAY'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM Two and a linlf year oM tnlus of J. Cloutlcr, Jlor.lreal, Tell from a lialcony .twenly-flvc rrnctically uninjured the othor lud its skull fractured. According to Information furnlAlied toj parliamenL U Italy hun- dred'million.dollars to win Tripoli., l-'iri did t'00.000 ilamaso to Slieor- er's dtparlmont store In Worcester, lion. Krank CocJjrane la hacfc at Ottawa. In health. A lore affair Is blamed for tlio-sui- clrte oJ Rosallna Ltclair aged K, at It has. been established Hist- the slajers of at Williston Korlli Dakota, wero not from Wilcos, Sask., as reported. 'SI, Thomas Board ,o( Ktluca.lion hy 5 lo 3 refused permission to pupils to liio the collegiate, institute for an at- hornf, hc-cBufO ilanclng was era HID program. Mount Royal College, Calgary Opsning 6f WINTER TERM, Monday, January 5th' 1913 BUSINESS Stenographs', Tytevs'iUiB. counlancy, ote. Vocal, Instrumental and nnrt High Kciiool Grades. Preparation (or Unl- vej-sfly Tcaehers. Ladies' Uolkfi Course? for elrls. 1'rciich conveveatlon clasucs. 1'alntinj, Water Colors Loattier Tollng etc EXPRESSION AUD PHYSICAL Ar! and i'llblic Sncakinj. HOUSEHOLD For Information and ('alendaf, apply to REV. OEORGE W. KEHBV, B.A., D.D., PRINCIPAL PHONE M, 2191 CALGARY. Don't Dope With Alcoholic "Tonics" This Is honest advice for who jre nm don'ii aad dope with alcoholic "tonics." We're tack-1 ng this advice with our personal giiar- aalee of satisfaction to yo'j, or your money'Sack. Thtro are a lot of so-called "tonics" 30 the market-that do not depend for their short lived popularity oil any they possess, but upon the fact.that Ihe alcohol hi most'ot-lh'em and the dangerous or hablt-fptmlng in some of them give a few moments' exhilaration and liveliness aflM a dose is taken. After a while even 'this effect cesrcs to and the uaforliinalc patient, :hari before, turns for relief to some- thing else. JUon't done yourself with such stuff: Take-real medicine'that will'do you real good, that will supply to your system the strengthening.. Iteving-and disease-rcBintfns ingred- ients it needs. Take Hoxoll Olive Oil Kmulsion nnd get v.cll and keep well. It is a real blood and nerve-food mcd- Iclnc. It contains no alcohol, nor any oilier dangerous ov habll-forinlns' drugs, but Is made entirely from In-1 needed to taild up Hie t strength and health of the atllcg. You n'hn arc weak arid, run-don-n, nrid yon arc apparently well now, hut arc liable to suffer from various cold weather ailments use KcxaU Olive Oil Emulsion to got aud keep well and strong. Kor Ihc tlrcd-out, run down nervous, emaciated or dc- it is B sen- elblo pld to renewed strcnsih, better eloviln? lieittli. Ilcial! Olive Oil of Ihe celebrated Hcxnfi for freedom from sickness of you and your family, the cod liver oil be as enthusiastic auout It as RC arc when you -hdve nolcd Ifs slrengthen- Ing. Inylgoiatlng, building-up, dlstaso- preventing effects. If it does not help >ou, your money will be given tack to you without argument. Kolil In this communlly only ,ot our neitall ot the more thar 7.00'J Hading drug slorej In the Unllcd Slates. Canada ard Great llrlUln. 3. Jt Co., I.cllihrlilge, Suggestions For Last-day Shoppers Shop in the Morning and Avoid the Rush DOLLS and TOYS We still have a big assortment of all kinds of Dolls and Toys and our Base- ment Department will be the mecca of Toy Buyers Tomorrow. Business lias been very good the last few days tut our ,stock is still complete m many of it's branches and we are in shape to serve you carefully "and well on the last shopping day before Christmas. Xmas Stationery have a line line ol' Nolc Paper Envelopes pneljud iii special fancy. (Jliristnins Boxes. 2oc to Perfume iiiiukago of per- fume is a very tlesii'iible. gift and one (liixt surely please. 25c; (o Bottle, Brassware Wo sfill.liavc largeas- sortinoil of Brnss Articles pi' all kinds. You will lind many iisel'ul aa well as oruainenlal gifts among Ibis display. Xmas Chocolates -Jn Artistic Boxes Gai'iong's, lo sjij.00 Webb's 50e to fji-LOO Ettadi-Tisilale, 50c to Ebony Goods Hair Brushes (o ijiij ChiJhes'KrusIics to llal 50t; to .Military 'Brushes io Pair. 20c to IJnisli Comb Sets and Manicure Sets In Ebony, Parisian Ivory and in Silver Trices to Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. POLLED MOST VOTES IN RAY. MONO SUM OF MONEV'REALIZED (tu-atrc at Montreal. her mother was nicking into For Strength, Flavor, Economy and ail-round Excellence: BUY llaj-mond, first staRe I the Raymond carnival with dispatch, holding the interest of the Immense crowd nntii after mid- night. The. election of queen was the. chief feature. M clcvni o'clock the decision was announced, the votes he- ing for Jlct'arty lor Miss Hodeback This shows that over tuclve'hundred dollars was spent lof ioting.alone. Aside from this the various booths arc expected to swell the amount to fifteen hun- dred dollars. The claf.cing was rcstrickd to those fn costume until ten o'clocl. The lowing arc some of the represenleil: Andrew. Walton, farmer John T, Uenfngcr, gentleman; 1V.-C. Sto'nf, liaysrcd fj. 11. Strong, clown Kern KciM, Jap lady Daisy ICiickson, girl of 20 years ago T'.- .1. S.' Smith, rncl.c Kim ,T. ff. Harris, clowTi; ticorEC 6. Wall, retired loruier; Mrs. (ico. Kirkhatn, little girl John H. A gross caricature of British royal-[ Two-year-old Phyllis Graham' died. Wall, clown Kate Card, Dinah Vic- 's conlalncd in a [icrforinaocc be- at Cotalt from eating some rnfr doug lor Thclcn, prince ;-W. i m.nn soldier; Madge C'uiT, gipsy Fanny brownie May Full- mer, the Inlcsl style; Ktnina Vance, wench Xora Anderson, wench Stevens, folly I'aul IlcUd, Yama Ya- ma JEartona Nilsson, chamber maiii; Olga AinlCTson, Danisli girl; .los. Ilancot'li, cadet corps Klorella Love, Yama Yarna Stewart Card, higli- toncd coon Khlrlcy Stevenson, lican; llc.-sie Cluff, iolly Oral Dalil.j 'Japanese; Miss mairl of ISI7; II. A. Ilcnr.eil, Clara Ar.dcrson, dude.; A. Kirk- harn, Olc Olson; Claude. lijiht aurt shadow; Lavon Dudfey, skirt dancer; Jos, Ursenback, llonian sol- M. T. King, Chiciamnn Marie SkoiiKon, skirt dancer; Xcvvcl Milncr; hayseed Amy Jap Har- old Stevens, summer girl Lester Day, bandmaster'; Sljron Koblnscn, cowboy llnjcr.e tlenroid, Ilclgiaii; IKthel Edniv Kinney, Leah Marker, gip, sy fortune teller; Mrs. liimlcy sid Skcmson were, both fortune lell- and did the trick to perfection Helen. Holmes, Spanish girt: Kawn iKcndall. Yamn Yama; .Mabel King. ntovnie', Annie Jensen, chamlier Aside from these the IMgian eol- ony t'uriicd in various rus'.umcs [and jcchicd to enjoy the fun as much i as rerl'. is iioiiifs i{ is the. hc.sf lea sold. VOX; try i( Send ihii Advertisement with einte fo Blue Ribbon, Llmittd for ihs Blut Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book.j lor use In Cinajj. Write name an-J plainly.'- ;