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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY 4, 1919 DAILY PAGE ELEVEN BEUE WBBON You crm either take our, word for it, or experiment for j yourself, but you will find! BLUE RIBBON TEA j is in a class by if K. who has beea local man- ager for the OH Co., has i bcec promoted to the- iiosltlon of aa- v v slataut manager for Alberu aed east- j era U- C., vllli headquarters at gary. Mr. utieB and jUresUnt; Isi Aitl LucUiros. whlvii i3 (o eiory C. K. The Grand Comtcil Kirn which was held last Monday evening was a de- j J t-lded success. Poetaconium having j .r passes on. j charge of Iho ceremonial, Mrs. Tluio litis Duwfley and througli a rollirhins gamp- in every girl took part. The whole even- Ing was thoroughly enjoyed by (iuaixJ- Saturday Night Specials At The Bay MEN'S BOOTS Man's FSnlblr Wilting ShOM tial iu uol tils Xlmnmna. A very pleasant informal afternoon was spent by tbe Admission UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE CHOIR Tickets May be Obtained frem lumbers of the Choir EXTRA DEPARTMENT A. 17 DOZEN WHITE TURKISH BATH TOWELS lArje ISiH tnchtz. JB.flO pair. .in I'rlce, pair .l.TTI 10 DOZEN HEAVY TURKJSH TOWELS Size Regular SI. 50 pair. Tbig HUB hag pink bonier. 318 YARDS 36 INCH WHITE COTTON SELLING AT 20cforl6c 25cforl8c 35c for 24c 23 DOZEN PILLOW CASES 43x36 inches. Rejullr 3 lor H.on 9ala, 3 tor ....................67. 38 PAIRS WHITE SUPERFINE WOOL BLANKETS Blue or pink border, size 06iS6 inches. Ilegular J12.M. Q Sale.................................................... 5J. SOFA CUSHIONS Silk covering. Regular Special SOFA CUSHIONS Chintz covering. Regular Special CARPET BEATERS Special 18 ONLY, RUGS 54xZ7 Tt Trill be a ciaa of gettlag here on time to BOO To ,be handeil out Above Goods Sold Only from 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m. No C.O.D. or Telephone one. ectitE in tbe K. P. hall on ,or tho butch8r. Bones can venlng, January 7, at .S o'clock >n-, ,Eed Fai can be recde eatl ol the second Friday as ,rimmjngB CRU DOEOt Ipave meat bones or trim- be red be for the comiag year are nom- dlowder. ated at this meeting. Othr.r iuiport- _at builness will bo taken lip. A full .tendance is requested. OUR FRIEND BILLY .j .j it WEDDINGS 'J HALMBEBDY On New Year's Day a quiet hut lettv wedding took place al St. Tat- Ick's church when Jllsa Juila Vasel- nak and Mr. Joe Halliberdy. bolli o! oils', were imileil in matrimony, Father McCaffrey officiating. Tlifl iriilo's sister, MUs Emraa Vaselenak [1 39 bridesmaid and tbe groom's irother as lalllberdy Jenslons. best man. will reside and Mm. at Victoria The marriage .was quietly solemn isl on Monday evening last in Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa, Florence Davtes, ol -Miss youngest daughter of Sir II. Uavies. Chlel lustice of Davics, to Captain Charles Bolton Magratu, o Letbh-idge, lota ot the C. E.- F., only son o! C. A. Magrath. controller of Canada. Rev: Lenox J Smith officiated.- Thera were one hundred guests. THRIFT RECIPES, Issued by th? Canada KooJ Board. H. T. in Greenwood 1 met Dr. William Williamson in akusTt 25 years ago. when be was onnected with the railway hospital n lliat town. I was the Colonel to :im, and he was Billy to me. For 24 ears alter he left Xshnsp. I never aw nor heard ot him. until we met .t a Canadian Dance aud Concert in San Diego last winter. He WF.S prec- ising as an eye specialist in'.Diat city, and made JSO.OOO in seven years. During the wintar we were constant companions, and ba was tUD heat friend I bad in California. It 1 had been a deity ho could not hare troated roe belter. Hour after .hour we sat losother talking about Dan McGill- vray, Dan Dunn. Jack MacMarltn, Billy Big Jim -Macdonngll, i.Jake Sefson, Dave tMcBoth and many other famous old timers who have climbed the golden stairs. v Just before I carne north in tho rij.g. Billy made mo faithfully pro- isB that 1 wouhJ call on him first, when I returned lo the oldest, town in California. All summnr long1 I bad been day about the glorious times Billy and I would have in the flowery south this winter. How oltea do our beautiful odlllces in Ilia ozone drop Into Iho stump ot destruction 1 The other Thursday Billy went to I-oa Angeles on business, and in three days acute pueumonla drove lllra across the lark river. Thus death, so often re- moves the rosC9 from our earthly trail, whtla the hissing serpents go untouched. I do not monrn (or Uilly, for only the selfish grieve when a comrftdo drops out of the line aod Roes weat. I promliDd Billy that I would see him again, and I will keep my word. It may not he for but some day, across the big divide, In that etheral land, where the- scenery is all flow- ers, the atmosphere all tunshiGe, the 'ormatlon all diamonds, and the sounds all music, 1 will meet Billy and assist liim and other ansels to shower Ibis mundane sphere, with thoughti oC love, hope, friendship and generosity. Era the rob- K again northward fly I hop'a to drop a flower on Billy's grave, in mem- ory of ono of the dearest and noMe friends I ever la tils vale of tears, sorrow, and AIM AT QUARTER OF'AMtULION TORONTO, Jsnr Msth- olists have set their mart at i quar- ter mlllida ffollaVB 'for missions (his year. This is a fourth ot .what Is bsiiiB asked this year wholo ot Canadian Melhodlam and more than a doubling at !aat year's aim, which -was -'t Blanquette of Chicken. 2 cups of cooked chlcXen cm in cubes. 1 cup medium thick wulte sauce. J lableapoon'flnBly chopped parsley. Yolks of 2 csga- 2 tablespoons milk. Add the chicken to the white RESTRUNO >nd minsr made. M5 1ST ST. E., CALOARY Old Dutch Cleanser t- ss'K white carnations. At the .loucluslon njcl t of the afternoon Miss Nimmons was pleasantly surprised by being iiresent- nd with :i basket piled n lovely assorlracnt of Ulrlipn articles, pro- scnlcrt ou liclinlf of the cnests by lllllo I Hnsarutmd Dotisou and -Margncrito Oaviilson. Mrs. Morgan addeil lo (tic shower a braiitiful polled fern, p ff fj ff v b FOOD BOARD FLASHES the great Household Economizer. The kitehtn cabinet that- is scoured with Old Dutch Js a Joy to.the and fittingsalwfaya CHURCHES ANO SOCIETIES Snxmai) of the Stephens Evan- cellstii: party will speak on "Mr-nior able Midnight Scenes" nt To bo a careful buyer requires con- siderable foresight nncl a practical working knowledge of Iho oJaet re- quirements of one's household. Among other things-- (1) 'Look nver the food in. your pantry and Icii before yon go mar- keting. PIs.n lo use foods on hand be- fore huylns raore, (2) Do nol, bu.v more Cults, vcjel- Ian church at 11.30. Tills will very interesting. .Members of Hebekah Chriit- ablca and perishable fdods'tliJii you can use within a short time. (3) Buy seasonable, home-grown foote rather than imported varieties. (i) Carry homo everything you Old Dutch everything, i more economical than soap or any other cleaning material ;