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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 18,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Page 9 LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Lethb.idge, Alta., Canada 60c-5.30 to 7. 5.30 to 7.-SOo. Sunday Dinner de Luxe Iced Celery RELISHES SOUP Consomme a la Royale Queen Olive* FISH Breaded Halibut Steak, Sauce Tartar ENTREES Fillet of Chicken, Lyanalae Sauce Lamb Cutlets, d'Uxellea Pickled Sheep's Tongue, Remoulade Lemon Cheese Meringue f SALAD8 Oyster Salad French Dressing ROASTS , Prime Rlbc of Beef, au Jus, wltfr Horss Radish Leg of Mutton, Red Currant Jelly . '" , '" POULTRY ' i Roast Local Turkey, Cranberry Saucf  � "vegetables 8teamed and: Mashed Potatoes Asparagus Tips in Butter ""�'[-:.. � DESSERTS Deep Green Apple Pie , Hot Mince-Pie '' Pineapple Cream Pie � .", English Plum Pudding,-Hard or Brandy Sauce Strawberry Jelly ' ; Banana Ice Cream and Wafer* � 'Assorted Fruit'? I7' *t Muscatels and Almonds. :'"/': ��f'C-i'- ' � 'Cheese Saltene '. Cafe Noir . . , MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 rand Finale RECIPES FOR HAPPINESS i Each day read one beautiful thought, Jiist .a line or two from some "author wlio/: can. ..touch your neart ;;j�nd ,,-put your- lopsings into words.' "'.?,., . .Above aH, don't dwell, on your- jnls-talteS.' That only adds another; nj|s-taKeV Pwf yoriit*,Cre30lena atop* the pnn*v*msfcf WliooptngCougn fltid relieves Spasmodic Croup At once* It Is a BOON to sufferers ti-om Asthma. Theair carrying tho antiseptic vapor, inspired with every breath, makes breathing easy.;, joothes the sore throatnnd stops thocouijh.'assurinfl reutful nights. lt,la' invaluahle to- mother* with young ehlldi-ca. Send postal for descriptive booklet. ALL OROQ018TS. . Try ORE80LENB ANTISEPTIC THROAT TABWSTg forthe Irritated throat. They aro.sirnplo, cfrootiw.and antiseptic. Of your druftftlst or from us, 10c Iq Qtampa. , Vapo Crtttoleno Co. 62 CorUiedl Si., N.Y. Leemlng Miles HiilMIng .-�Montrdill, G"0.: ' 3 day is a fresh beginning. It'b.up to you to make the new year your happiest and best. Each day start out with a smile. Let your face curve up, not down. Happiness is more or less a habit. Cultivate it. Don't gossip over tea ,cup_s, the back fence or .the office.desk. Unkind words like snowballs, grow amazingly when turned over. Guard your tongue. Each day do something for someone ;else which-you are.not paid for and don't ihave;to do. -you'll be surprised at the feeling of  contentment which will reward, you. Don't complain. Try to better your lot if it doesn't suit you,, but .remember that the enthusiast reaches the goal sooner thari the pessimist. If you don't like your work and can't learn to like it, find out /what you are suited for. "Db'it'atid do It well. Make home the pleaeantest place on earth. Treat your family wltli the same'courtesy you accord to Strangers. Remember that intimacy can breed contempt, but it should not'let those whom you love best see your worst side. . v MILADI Oh, heart of mine, wo shouldn't wor-,ry so, What we've missed ot calim we eouldn'e have, you know, What we've met of stormy pain, And of sdrrow's driving rain, We can better meet again If it blow. We have sinned in that dark hour, we have known, When the tears fell with the shower, all vdlonc, Were not shine and shower blent As the gracious Master meant '? Lot us temper our content With His own. For, we know, not every morrow can he sad ; So foreetting all the sorrow we have had, Let us fold away our fears And put by our foolish tears And through all tlw coming years -la.ncs Whitcomb Riley.; * * � Rev. J. B. pickle will conduct services in Champion tomorrow. z.  � Miss Helen McKillop, who has been ill for some, little time, is improving slowly. ! * * ' �! Do.aconess Udy arrived this morn- \ ing' from Toronto. j �* * * I Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Turney left to' day on a two weeks' pleasure trip to i Vancouver and Portland. ; �* * " Mrs. .f. M. Conboy has gone to Medicine Hat, where she will reside in future. j *    Mrs. Hugh Iloyd welcomed' many visitors during the late afternoon yesterday, when she received for the first time this season. The, hostess was assisted by Mrs. Ernest Jackson. Many were the visitors, who called during the receiving hours yesterday on Mrs. J. F. Simpson, one: of Fri-. day's hostesses. Pink and crimson carnations diffused color and frag-:: ranee. Mrs. Simpson was assisted by her daughter, Miss Mary Simpson. :i) * ' ' ! I Mrs. L. G. De Vebcr, who was: summoned to Macleod a couple of days ago, owing to the illness of her; father, Sergeant Ryan, was able to! return home yesterday afternoon^ � leaving her father much improved'.'": Senator and Mrs. De Veber and Miss: Marion De Vcjjer left for Ontario this afternoon; * * * Miss Adelina ' Henderson, who has been quite seriously ill, is improve ing. ...... Mrs. Gt. E. Hotson has returned from Medicine Hat. She was accomf panied home by "Mrs. T. Depew, who will be her guest for a time. Mrs. A. E. Ives, who has been ill at the Gait Hospital, will be -able tc| leave on Monday, when she will be with 'her mother, Mrs, William Henderson. | � � * I Mr. Depew returned yesterday from a pleasant vacation spent In Emmer-son, Man., where he has been visiting with his parents during the holidays. �   I Mr. and Mrs. J, VV. Bartlett return-' ed this morning from Winnipeg. Mrs, Bartlett left thiB afternoon to spend the week-end in Cranbrook. I *  V "j Miss Alice Higinbotham, of Guelph,' was the ralson d'etre of a smart tea hour function given by Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham yesterday, when about', fifty guests came to meet the charming visitor.'  Pale pink carnations -formed an effective decoration. | The hostess was assisted in looking after her guests by Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham and Mrs. C. B. Bowman. Mrs. R. E. Sherlock did the honors at pouring tea and coffee, while Mrs. T. E. Neale cut the ices. The deft assistants were Miss Audrey Neale, Miss Phyllis Higinbotham, Miss Gladys Downer and Miss Ruth Freeman. , j * *  i The first annual ball of Viaduct Lodge No. 53, I.O.O.F., which was held in the K. of;P- hall last evening, has passed into history as an immense.success. lied, white and blue garlands, prettily festooned, formed an elaborate decoration. .'. Gaskell's five-piece orchestra discoursed excellent music and the floor being in fine condition, dancing proved particularly enjoyable to the two hundred guests present. A buffet lunch was served and the idea ,was as happy as it was unique. Ices or coffee a�nd cake could he enjoyed at any time at the pleasure of dancers. By way of a change, longer dances were played and no encores given, except in.the case of the moonlight numbers, to, which the guests demanded an encore. . To Messrs."'Terxill, Rusk, Davidson, Bradshaw, Barnwell and McNabb, members of the entertainment committee, and Messrs., Wilson, Smith and Vanhorne, of thej dance committee, belong no little credit for the splendidly, gopd^ ti|uc enjoyed by the many guests.? %jtijZ'- : To our Annual January Clearance Sale -And to demonstrate our deep npproeiatioii of the Klieral. patronage vou have accorded us diirin  :"The Oxford ; Encore... club spent a1 pleasant evenuiji \l the home of'Mrs. j Sackson, Ninth avenue, last evening.! Three tables were in~ play, the favors' being won by Mrs. D. A. Smith and Mr. J. Jennings. ,.'  - i   � ;� The W.C.T.U. one-dollar campaigners held a most enthusiastic meeting at Mrs. Mitford's last'evening. . There was a'splendid attendance of the teams, and the reports'snow that one half the city has been covered. The ladies expect to finish by the end of next' week. The canvassers report kindly consideration, .on all -hands and especially appreciate- the courtesy of those who. are mailing their contributions without be Interviewed. * Communion service and reception ol .'new members will be held in Wesley church two weeks from tomorrow. -**. A cordial invitation is extended, the young ladies of the city to meet with �the Young Ladies' class of Wesley church on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock, ' : � *  '.a The Epworth League of Wesley ohurch.will hold. their monthly, mis-j sionary" meeting on Monday evening,' �when' Rev. T. P. Perry will give an addres. Mr. R. D. Shantz will be in charge. j / The Flower Guild visited the /Gait' hospital yesterday afternoon, when -the .patients in the wards were glad-. � dene'dwith bouquets of pink and otjmson carnations, carrying their ^message of love and fragrance. The parochial At Home, which, will , be held in St. Augustin's parish hall | on Monday evening, promises to be i most enjoyable. It is'earnestly hoP-; ; ed, tliat every member of the congregation will utilize this opportunity of meeting together for social intercourse. A good., musical program has beeii arranged and refreshments will bevjserved,,'after which^a hop will be'j'ia order for those '-y/Uo caro to remain. :"'':,',. #':'"* Hand Embroidered Pure Linen Lunch Cloths; sizes 40 x 40, slightly soiled. ^Kfl* Tonight only ............ ;............ faSIG Ladies' and Child's Underwear Balance of our stock in Ladies' and Children's Union and Wool Underwear that were formerly up to 75 cents. ?5>Ktftt Tonight..........................fcS3&> Ladies' N'kwear and Belts Jabots, Roses, Hair Bandeaux, Hair Ornaments Silk and ^Elastic Belts. This Season's regular lines, up to $1.75. On Sale Tonight ....... '..........;.. 7Se. Madras Muslins Five pieces only, Scotch Madras Muslin dainty and effective colorings, up to $1.00 values. From 7.30 to 10 tonight, per yd. Tapestry Portieres Two pairs only loft, Roman Stripe Tapestry, that were $6.00 and Crimson Brocaded tapestry that were 511.00. From 7.30 to 10 tonight- $6.00 ones for.....;; $11.00 ones: for....... Grocery Items MIXED CANDY-30 cent lines For......................... 5c NEW SEASON? NUTS ,' Per pound................................ BREAKFAST BACON, Sliced or by the pgZg* side.; ger pound ..:........... ----- [ OF INTEREST TO WOMEN~] X*li in, the course of construction, in, the .loop,'would- be_ spread; itnle^therJivro said to be responsibly lor -tho, trouble settled its difficulties with the Union.' Secure your clic 4 <-,-. For .Creneral o^05oe4 Supplies our |to'4k t|;j .most Complete*,.^l- For books tod iiob0, papers our^ sto'dte is,' very heavy. ."i w' Book ;