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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER n, 1010 FilK LKTimttlDGK DAILY KKHAiMV CHRISTMAS EDITION PACK THIRTEEN By Dorothy Dale j HALF the joy of the holiday sea- son is. in gayly decorating the home. You CHB easily make your bwn: 'Christmas decorations and tho little onea can help you with your labor .of lovo. Garlands and chains festooned about the tree may be made of rod and white peppermint sticks tied narrow acarlct ribbons. Tin foil makes ail effective decoration, crescents End stars may be cut from card board and covered with tin foil and suspended by a silver cord or picture wire. Christmas bells may he made from icarlet or white brifilol board. White card board guildcd or silvered makeo pretty bells, a circle four inches across make two bells. White crystals are made of rice paper. The simplest way to make the crystals is to fold a circle about 4 inches in diameter marking the pattern vrith a load pencil on the folded circles and thirn cutting it out. Once the paper !3 unfolded a. crystal appears which may be strung thread so aa to form a snowy chain of crystals diamond dust. Red and the colors Vised principally for decorating the Christmas festal board. The kiddies will love a- lable with Santa Glaus standing on a snowy cotton mound in red-crepe paper with trimmings of white cotton to imnlato white fur. The hair and beard are also of white cotton. Secreted in the snowy mound are little gifts wrapped in holly paper, each souvenir is attached to a long green ribbon which is drawn to the cotton and reaches to each place. To complete the effectiveness the can- dle sticks are capped with crepe paper shades sparkling with diamond dust, and each candle stick is encircled with a wreath of amall everlasting flowers. The bon bon boxes are litllu hoses in the shape of snow balls, adorned with a gay spray of holly and filled with red and whito sweet meata. While'tho guests are seated, little tele- grams may he distributed which contain personal Christmas greetings. The glass doom of the chandelier may be covered with Christmas pictures, cut out and pasted on the paper. A table with the star for its principal feature has a large star red shaped box outlined with diamond dust holding the souvenirs. From the chandelier by means of wire are suspended strings of btars. The BaadwicheB may be cut in star shape and the cakea iced with.red icing, decorated with green candies. The ice cream may be served in enow ball shape, sprinkled with Tie a bit of evergreen to oach cup handle. Popcorn wreaths are effective lor decorating the Sew each-kerncil separata on white hat wire and form in circles. Christmas Dinner. Menu. Star Canapes Oyetcr Soup Olives Celery Roast Goose Apple Baskets Sweet Potatoes Cauliflower Vulc-tide Salad Pudding Bon Boris Toasted Crackers Boquefort Cheese Coffee Canapes, Cut small circles from toasted bread- Butter the bread, spread outer edge of circle with parsley. Chop fine, spread the center with cream cheese. Dispose in the center a star cut out of a sweet pepper or red beet. Boast Goose, Potato Stuffing Singe, remove pinfeathers, wash and scrub a, goose in hot soapsuds; then draw (which is removing inside cold water and wipe. Stuff, truss, sprinkle .with salt and pepper, and lay six thin strips-of fat" sail pork over breast. Place on rack in dripping pan, put in hot oven, iiiul bake IV.-Q hours. Baste every fifteen minutes, with fnt.in EerooveVpork'- last halt hour 01 cooking. Place on platter, cut strong, and reiiiovc string and skewers. Garnish with apple boskets and water creua. Tulctide Salad Para and chill six medium sized to- matoes. When ready to enrve cut in eighths (not severing sections) and open like the petals-of a flo'.ver on a nest of lettuce leaves. Mash a cream cheese, moisten with French dressing, and make into tiny bulls about the size of a pea. Place eight cheese balla in center of each tomato. Serve with dressing. Dressing. teaspoon salt, yt teaspoon pepper, tablespoon finely chopped parsley, 2 tablespoons vinegar, -t tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon linely chopped red pep- per. Mix. ingredients and stir until well blended. Apple Baskets. Cut. two pieces from each apple, leav- ing what remains in shape of basket with handle, after cutting out pulp. Chop pulp; there should be two Put in a. stcwpan and add three-fourths pound light brawn sugar, juice and rind of one lemon, one, ounce ginger root, a few grains and enough water to prevent apples from burning. Cover and cook slowly faur...hours, add water as needed. Christmas Puddlnj. 1 cup beef suet, 1 cup raiaina, seeded and cut in pieces, cups stale bread crumbs, eup currants, 1 cup grated carrots, yoke 4 egga, cup ttour; W3 cup browned sugar, lyz teaspoons salt, grated rind 1 lemon, 1 teaspoon coins.- moil, 1' tablespoou vinegar, teaspoon grated nutmeg, white 4 eggs, teaspoon cloves. Work suet until creamy, then add bread crumbs and carrota. Beat yolks of eggs until light and add gradually, while beating constantly, sugar. Com- bine mixtures and add lemon rind .anil vinegar. Mix fruit and dredge with flour mixed and "sifted with aalt and apices. Add (o mixture, then add whites of cgga -beaten- until stiff. -Turn into buttered mold, garnish with thin strips of citron, uteam hours. Serve with sauce, aa follows: Sauce.. 1 cup brown sugar, CQT hot 2 tablespoons cornstarcli, 2 tablespoons cold water, 2 tablespoons sherry wine, 2 tablespoons %-teaspoon salt, i'ew grains teaspoon vanilla. Bring sugar and water to boiling point and let simmer .fifteen' minutes.. Add cold water to cornstarch and fltir until smooth. Add gradually to syrup, stir until ingredients are blended; then, let simmer forty-five minutes. ing ingredients and. serve at Tke largest assortment and choicest quality or CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS for CHRISTMAS GIFTS and TABLE DECORATIONS CUT FLOWERS Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums, Poinsettlas, Violets, Sweef Peas, Mignonette, Narciisuc, Hyacinths, Snap Dragon, o o o PLANTS....... Azaleas, Cinerarias, Begonias, Cydeman, Primroses, Narcissus, Salvla, Geraniums, Poinsettlas, Ferns, Paims, Rubber Plants, Araucarias. o. _p. .o ARTISTIC BASKET ARRANGEMENTS OF PLANTS. AND CUT FLOWERS. 0, 0 o v DECORATIONS Holly Wreaths, Victoria Holly; Evergreen Wreathing, Mistle- toe, Ruscus, Red and Green Friz. Store Open Every Evening Prices Same as 1918 Terrill Floral Co. Cor. 11th St. and 4th Ave: S. SHOP EARLY TMa ,lias become a great slogan and a. wise one if. is. you-.-, are to take more (imp choosing and also you.-are able to have a selection to choose SHOP EARLY N BROS. Good Furniture -Makes the Most Acceptable Xmas. Gift Let Us Keep Your Gifts For You! 'We will "old your selec- tions until Christmas and de- liver them-for you, ao you he assured of a choice stocks are still complete. An Inspection Is Invited Chairs and Rockers No list of any kind of Christmas furniture would- be-complete without chairs and rockers, and our; showing is a particularly fine one, both in of style and coverings. Sea Grass Chairs'and Kockev-s Wo were fortunate in socuiiiig a shipment oomioitable chairs and rockers. On sale at to Chair and Koeker Quartered oak, fumed, Adraas cle- Chair and Rocker Quartered oak, fumed. Spring seat .her. Pair See ike Display in Our Windows For Xmas. Buying we have the Finest Assortment of Furniture .ever shown in Lethbridge, including Chesterfields Stuff Over Chairs Bedroom Suites Dining Rooni Suites Living: Room Suites Reading1 Lamps Piano Lamps Music Cabinets Benches Pedestals Foot Stools Kitchen Cabinets Tea Wagons Carpet Sweepers uiiiua Cabinets Carpet Squares Invited. bee the Display in Our Windows FOR THE CHILDREN Kindergarten Sets. Consisting of hard- wood table and 2 chairs. Dolls' Carriages From to We carry "Globe Wernicke1' Sectional Book Cases A Shipment Just Received Letlibridgc's Greatest Home Furnishers. LIBRARY TABLES One of the best is 28x48 inches with book shelves- at either end and drawer. In fumed Quarter- ed, oak Others UP ;