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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald. J W IDEAS CHIiMENJ HOLIDAY PARTIS Snow Man, the Ark and the Harmless Plum Padding to Rival Mr. Santa Claus I; Noah's Ark Family-4a'd -Animals-, An Plum Putting MrJVSanta..1. Glaus tree 'by little- of fan to -cut" them, oat, .aid sind'gitls want to help -real Mr. Santa Claw be roanr other interesting peo- by makifljr something forthe'tree will find the ark people -well worthy. considera- tion. The comes all 'nkdy' pnted; act "and tie "animals whch -they appeared after-the flood. The Santa Claus Tien besides the- ark and its family .there The Santa Glaus Christmas aire paper bells to be .cat out and very pleasing pictures of, Santa which. also the edge of the pan. Hibtoons, extend frow the interior of the' pan, irieie' they fastened, around the mdrfidoal gifts, the places of ''the guests.. The ark'MJ poised on tLe top of the corwred pan.' It 3 is made of -cardboard covered" Trftb. the ark as seen in the. picture, dove of.; peace, irhlcli has "been; from and thenrpaated on board ark. the ark is used for Ho'mer pie at a party the ark and the animals are with cardboard "and used for place the guests oribejr are parted to the ftwsf; of 'boxes, -which are fitted meats and-placed at Is' a" yilttwtop is apt to aMae forth dill-; dren's pftrty aufl hold good thtogs for the eneeta. Obe fle' not asttftlly seen at parties. hewe remarkable; guests possibly be }ft. and perhaps Mrs. Noah and tany of ark- animals .wilkalso be pres- The Snw Man. niay, oir.the other -Wnd. be invited instead of .the Noah, fam- {yj-ajid perhaps the'Snoir Man may even kite place-of himself as the guest are .snre to be ilentr bells' present and any; come, in-long sheets of'papeTt-so that-for lumber of. sleds loaded -with Christmas ;a rsnTan snia of-money and a little..time j on Ottr .hoJimiy pfttJw. mas -star' beautiful.' for-if-..all "the party seiae -the- sharing "pend from, it sometime ffure to .happen. The --stair flat, ,M stars ..usually bat. although not notice the fact at in.reality quite thick through.; ABd-bicltj of'iis five, glittering: points are cwoctaledj a Whole collection of -amnflin? j sonvenirR, which are to be iad wiea the ribbon? jire pulled. The.star is a--brilliant: creation covered with frosted paper that sparkles'in the light like tie stow it has frozen, Then one mustn't forget, the. Christmas .It really seems that this "must have been the original Christmas pie, and tbit the aursery "rhyme" people i _j fallr- The plnm pudding may also have In in-ritation, and the Jack Homer pie. with "holly or Christmas pom- is very likely to hare a place of spent in cutting fastening' on the wire loops a great many pictures of Santa Glaus, .Christmas .bells and ark-folk-may be procured'.for use on the.tree. The Ark Family. j In aaaitaqn -to the tree. Christmas and At most Christmas holiday par ties, the weefc 'parties 'for JJhrwtimas tree is the centre of interesL ind now, has'become such a affair, glittering with electric lights bstead of the old'fashioned candles and trowaed with mechanical Christmas an- that siss a large repertoire of holiday s, one almost afraid to suggest any- white sa-ow' and by _ (.fine figure of Santa Clans. jsi jffi.Ci.de in. a deep, round, the -top of i 3ic honors of decorating the tree js trith a round Diece ofj Siese elaborate features. Nevertheless, j cardboard. Over she cardboard is heaped j usaally provided -with that delectable-con-f faction, a Jack Homer, pie. This piece of pastry on" new cfoarms 'this season and is now than ever before. Tie pie proper is at-its best this year in a. most elaJsorsfte white pastry of mammoth -proportions 'made .-of She people from the ark insist upon having they are very very to go on the tree thla year. The a quantity of shredded white-paper, and; this is secured to the top of the pie by its ends only- Holly branches are .placed on top of the pie. and the figure of Santa j irk people-are-cut from paper, and when j stands midst of the holly branches..! pouatsd on staffer paper may be iunj on Within the pie are concealed innumerable THE WHISKERS WIRELESS A STORY OF A WISE-OLD RAT. By Roy Mason, upon, tiaift there a tbey were from discovering -a. way to ld at wifli sensittvs jreen wfciskers. catch the wiae old rat. were of great nse toj At last .1 cat who lived in the BJia, because so sensitive an electrician spoke up and waraed hiaa-Trhen a cat know from -what -I -have heard my jt? owner say that- the rat's whiskers would for the sma11 not if a cat were I tached to in tbe room, becatiae they act just like a The pie. a most decorative affair, they acted jnst like the receivjngjwireless talegraph .apparatos. -If ia similar fashion and covered kEO-w thst in order to fiend a wire-1 go they all promised ncc to laugh at j rise esten lots tfloffraoh message you have to have a cat without whiskersjpoinaecdas are raade of pape o-f powerful elec- looks very funny she used stems are wound with green. acd w-kes strong on great jher tail for H. shaving brush and shaved It is a secret, but perhaps you won't j machine makes mes-jofiE her whiskers. !te31 if you are permittee! to shiure it, that j off the wires, and they spread j The very nest nisht she crept, into the 3 the Saow llsn himseif quire belies his icr i> the air juat like the where the fat old rat was eating exterior, for he has one of the warmest: JQU throw a stone into a pool of I away as hard as he could. beaks in the world. The fact is that this! ,C When taey meet a receiving sta-j Sure enough it turned ont exactly cold person is nothing In the' gifts for the clu'Idreu Its great high poles catch i the cat who knew all aboirt elecmcity, world bur a Jack Horner pic in disguis Q and sJide (Jown the 8aid U 'the arctic mm that forms bis "e message can be read j whiskers were afaorn off there was nOjOBtwam Doming he has deep, deep pock- aid rat rrew wrv fat warnin? sent dnt rat> 3 J i dito't admit that be is both kindly anil sen-! eroue. The Snow Man is made on .1 wire' A Gift Bearing; Christ- mas Star ivas permanently damaged, for her whisk- 'marked in black or indicated with jot but- I The ark itself also appears, bearing rests on A firm foundation 'rnndo by a pan are concealed. Tlio paper is around i_gjfts for tt.L> children's The art covered with paper, in wbicb the ffiftsjthe top and finished with a puif arouud made a mistake when they called it instead of a paddi5g> or were menn enough to deprive the puddint of due credit in telling their tale becausa pie is ,in easier word to rhyme with. Any- how. Christmas plum puddings are sure to contain plums, while pies may or may not do so. and Jack Homer is quite as if nor a good deal more bnva pulled that well known plum of his out of a pudding as ont of a pie. j The" Christmas pudding which will ap- pear at the children's parry is a j round pudding, full to the a pnd- has a the richest possible plums. The exterior of the pudding jsents a mottled, dark appearance, very indicative of riches within. The best of it !al! is that this pudding v.-IU not make any- jbody ill; no, not even the little ffirl who ia 'always having to take peppermint after j pie. The party guests will all have hold of one oE the pudding strings, .and cut will icome the plumg. which are charming litrle j Christmas toys of many kinds, all done up (in the tnoat fascinating cases, boxes and j wrappings. There are lots of too, if or tfie children's holiday party, some oi I them in the form of little figures of Clacs, little sleds, snowballs, Christmas baskets, tiny chimneys, miniature snow men and Christmas bells, and all can be made by clever boys and girls who- want to entertain their friends daring holiday week, and they will cot take very much drao 'from play nor t, great deal ot ;