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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGJC TEN THIC LKTIIBRIDGE DAILY IIKIUU) jlHISI.MXS SI MONDAY, DKOKMWiR 11, 1H1B r OODMAX blind, snap" dragon, shoe the vrild niiire, hot cockles, the white loaf, bob apple, puss in the corner, besides card playing for counters, nails and points, story telling and dancing' the old-time Christ- mas frolics. The following aro a few games which are sure to prove full of fun for Christ- mas 16 and paper and hare each in turn draw anything he chooses, usiog 15'lines, no more, no The object must be ilefinite in relation to Christinas such a tree, Santa Glaus, etc. TJIS pic- inres are displaved at the end or a certain time and the plavers must guess what the pictures represent. one guessing the greatest number award- ed a prize. pauer and pencil game is See How Many Words Ccs Be Formed br Twisting the Letters of the "Word "'Christmas." Or another contest is to provide a large sheet of paper and char- coal, and allow each player-to 'draw SamV Clous with eyes blindfolded. AJI'' exciting game for Christmas is the old game of Snap Dragoii. Rai- sing or nuts are placed in a sballoyr dish filed with -water. On the water is poured a lii-tle alcohol, or spirits of eam- fjior. The alcohol is then lighted and hs.vs .have a turn at snapping tho "'dragon." A morry scramble is to give each pair of "partners "a thread' frith a needle on each enfl TFith which they are to string popcorn as quickly as possible. At a given signal aJl ccaso threading and tho pair -whose is the longest is en- titled to a Some good contests aro to see who can say BE-S-Z-Z-Z longest Trithout tak- ing a breath. "Who can hop across the room in the quickest time on ono. foot. can stand on one foot on a'smalt block keep his baliuice the longest, i Who can put the rccst cranberries in a bottlo irithout spilling any. Hero are somo more trees, besides tho inevitable Christmas tree. See who can' guess the greatest number of the iolloir- hig questions, each one commencing The tree that figures greatly between The tree that is a liquid sweet Treacle. The tree that has special SBTB Tho, tree, that'.we Theotreo-that 'is that has clover-shaped The tree that carries the old narap. of The tree that is a literary Treatise. Star Contest, Distribute star-shaped cards and seo who is best astronomer in the An star-gazer. A famished A marine A used by the A star at the right-hand side of a An English court of chamber. A theatrical star. A fixed An inexpensive light. A sudden A Lively Snowball the guests into two Hues, with, an equal number in each line. At tho head or.' each line have a pilo of fluffy cotton snowballs. At a signal the players be- gin passing tho balls dowii 'tho line. The side wins which has all its balls piled up at the end of the lino first. The Juveniles Will Love This Stretch a ribbon across the room. To this attach red cardboard stockings of different sizes. The guests in iq hit the stockings with''bubbles blown from clay pipes. Allow five rach one.. A pair of silk stackings would be a.suitable prizo to the'most success- ful "blowar. Another gazne is to ask ono person to leave the room while a word with many rhymes is chosen like etc. The gnest returns and nsks questions which must be answered' with a word that, rhymes with tho word rhosen. The idea is for that to find tho word decided upoit and. tfce one who cunuot find a'rhyme; to-answer a question must-pay a forfeit; Last Minute Christmas Gifts. By Peggy Powers Have you been wise enough to pre- your gifts in trance so that have a generous supplv to nice demand? Or aro you ponltTing tho ques tion: What shall I give? Christma: is just .croutid the corner, bst.-Jn t-h.4 interval between now and thct gloriotis: event there is time to make many little' gifts, which if identified with your.owii handiwork will certainly bo appreciated, to the fullest extent. Don :t mar the pleasure of Christmas giving by indiscriminate- find gant presents. No matter- how, trilling your gifts if they, arc wrought with sentiment and are ;suitable they are sure to be received with exclama- tions of "Just what I Wrap your gifts a aiint h is you can and remember rithn to them reach their destination an hour too GOOD than an hour too late. The following ideas niay be of sery ice to you in which; entail littlp e'xpenstTand laljor Au Easy to Make a Tin (ut hiiiml melon vC whito uud board. Theii cut hVn pieces of silk, flowered or plain, about a Knlf iin.h lirgof tliuu the cnrdbourdt tho a httli wuj in from tho idpo and' cbvci1 tho cardboards. I'lnco tho two together with iidu out and lud tin Viith lino 1 ill with prott) pins A "gift you will lovo to mako and thut thy reup'iLnt will be to M ct'ive is n hat rest mudo-on a. small wire .lamp aliulo rht aro wound oroulid with narrow ribbon and doco- 'rated .with rossbiuls. Th'e-prettiest-coract eovurs aro mado of a length of ribbon iVtth ntnpa of ribbon 01 lico iiuisLid luce and beniliiig thfough which ribb'ou run At the bottom a untrue tlistic is run mrron licm Corstt tmlrs of alterinto insertions of 'aco and ribbon are may bo quickly con out of 2 inch sitin ribbon shirred oh' elaatic. Port little- bows may hide tho snip fasteners Lingerie sets are made of tiny ribbon roaes lor f-mc% bows att icliet1 toxgift pins Little pink ribbon rose buds attichrd to pins make adorable gifts for sister will like a hair.baud, in narrow blue or pink nbboi as faucj dictates 'birred in eha ie with IJuOS ribbou rosettes -to keep her curls m place A s woolen such as is use 1 for t rachotnig Clippers t oered with oux pocktt Run n ribbon m one ur and a narrow ribbon through the bending jn tht circle inu draw i up to form a circular ,poclret wiit-ch w'ill hold your ball of wool and keep it from rolling away. Alberta Saddlery Co. Limited 306 FIFTH STREET, SOUTH These 'Xmas Gifts Will Deligkt: Anyone Oiii- stock of suit cases, club and trunks are large ami our prices are the 1' best. See Our Display of: Ladies' Hand Bag's. Cai Manicure Sets. Peai'l Jack Knives. Purses and Bill Folders. Scissors and Safety Razors, Razor Strops. WE CAN GIVE YOU BEST IN HAR- NESS SADDLES, HORSE BLANKETS.. AND- FUR ROBES Special Attention Given To Mail Orders House, coats 87.50 to S10.50 Bath Robes to Dress Gloves, 51.75, S2.00, 52.75 Fur lined gloves and mitts, S3.00 Wool Gloves 75c to Silt 52.00, to Collar Boxes Manicure Sets up Travelling Sets, and Suit Cases and Bags, to................ Pyjamas, in Dr. Jaeger and oilier makes. Per suit..... 51.50 to Dress 'iTa'egeil.s wool, taffeta and zephyr cloths, with collar, and............. Cluett Shirts, THE CHRISTMAS store with the largest stocks, the greatest variety and the lowest prices, opens its vast stock of Holiday Goods, Wednesday. In every way it is the greatest and best stock we ever carried, and-that means the best for miles around. It will pay you to shop here and ,sh6p'early, but a short time remains befpre Xmas. Every convenience has been provided, increased and better store service. All Christmas goods will be neatly boxed for presentation, and vvilf hold your purchases, awaiting instructions, for .delivery. Shown in an endless oi colors and designs, plain, fancy floi-il patteins Hun dieds diHciuit patteins to choose fiom i'i ind olhci makes. Prices, 35c, 50c, 75c, and 75 Indmdu il The Ideal Gift for a Man initial Handkerchiefs, (Linen) the 'Doz. Silk Handkerchiefs 50c and 75c Rochester dress shirts 00 House Slippers Di wool........... Jaeger House Slippers in ...leather, Price I....... up Fancy Vests; in Dr. Jaeger and other "makes, S3.25 Coat Sets for Lad- ies, in white and other colors, price Gifts for the Soldier Boy Puttees Khaki Handkerchiefs, in ex- Khaki Wool'Scarfs, up Military Dr. Jaeger wool trench cap. Pricc -V'-r.-1 Khaki Tics 50c Khaki Wool Gloves 75c Ilosiery-Or. Jaeger, Wolacy holeproof and t> oilier, prices 25c' to 75c Suspender Sets, unn hands, giii-tars -md suspenders Prices ?1 75 up i I Aim Binds Prices 50c, and 75c Militin Brushes. Combinations Di I icgei Wolscj SI in field s etc Prices 75 to THE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA D TOW WIT' HJ19O McKelvie i yil Wl V McGuirc P Si faJ 1? A v I LETHgRIDgJE BUY HIM A SUIT FOR XMAS Fit RcForm Suits and S28 20lh Ccntiiry. Suits, and Society BnindtSuiis. up Overcoats in Fur, clotli ulsters. Prices to DRESS SHOES Tho Geo'j'A. Slater and Re- gal. Prices to Belts-pin plain and fancy silver mounted buckles. Dr. .Jaeger Wool fancy plaids_____ Sweater Coats for men. >A11 colors and qualities, pric- ,es from to I ;