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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta � I'mrKiiiHriJii Ti bKCGMBER 23, 1920 it'--; MILADI raoNB ISU DECEMKR ^          i>  fl'^   o � . �. i iMi now. U come our Joyful's feast! Ijet cT'ery man 1j� loUy, XkM^h room /with yyle leaves Is drest. And �y�ry post with holly:. Noir'.Ml. iiiu|; nelgbbOrs' ohlqinerB ^^'i^^^as blocka ara baminff; TH%lr oy�{|[a tbey with toaWt meats 'fig�^jCik0itltJ'' �  ��� ^' � mt''^:M*^-^pii0 are^inmlnr,;^ ' ;Wubdut. U|� 'door�wt ,ibiTow lie, , 4# ti ttr fold. lts,b4j�'to die, ^ry't In amrirttnas.py�  � � 4>   �       �> PBRSONAt �  ^ ��, *' �. o o t.A*   '.season In the city. tejt^the fc; and Mrs. j^. R, Groft arid Mlsi Dorothy Oroff, of Edmonton, are spending OfarlBtmas with Mr, and Mrs, C. ,6roif;r-l4i;>W>4n� VUbertait. Uf�. if^ldr^ixt^^ leave to.      4    � � 4  �  �>  (Daily By Part Fashion Oertruria Bortaford A MERRY CHRI8TMA8I This Christmas season Ja on* which emphasises' for, all of us that Peace and Qodd Will which is the very essence of the Christmas spirit. In no place should this be mor� so e city .tojnqrrQW tp.spend Eric TreMvIng whci has been ill in the hospital has recovered sufflcient-ly to be moved to his home, i    � � S. N. Barker Is, a visitor in the city from Oar*d8top^.' ' ��     Brnce Waddell, Canadian Permanent,Forces, Esquimau, B.C., is home fqr the Christmas season, visiting with his mother.  * � Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hamilton, whose marriage took place last evening in Edmonton, arrived this afternoon to spend the Christmas holiday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton. The bride was formerly Miss Edith Caalake of Vancouver., � > � ' ^ ^iiperintendea!^ , ar^ . Mrs. Jenne- the west tbMt pld Santa Claus since heV Arrived-^Jfafa special. He will hafa a husy'W'ii> �>�>4>�4>�� >��>��> G.he wonders where all.the children that gathered together last Evening, came from.. Thfre were some 450 at the big C,P.Bi Ohrlstmas tree, and an-.ither' 250 at thtf G.W.V.A. tree-700 his present. THe'presents were splendidly selected and much enjoyed by the youngsters, as well as a box of candy for eilch. it was late in the evening before the festivities were finally 6ver. This is without doubt the most pretentious and elaborate Christmas tree I that has been hold in the city, and has flUed many Uttle hearts with Joy. The committee in charge; headed by the president, Mr. Reagh, Is to be upon .the success of Goodtt my^^r of the day in alL Its a wohder Santa \Vasn't laid up In bed with sore back, or at least a sore throat, for ho needed strong mngs t6 maKe Oilmsear bttird last congrarid'aTed u�w� night amid the.toabel pt voices that;this spectacular event, greeted his distribution of presents.    , G.W.V.A. Tree | The city was very remiss last oven- "The bfggest tree in the city. We jng ig.not provldlnir extra street cars got in from Blafrmore," said the Re- for these tVo ev�-.tfl. Last night gent of the Military Chapter I. O. there were some 700 children to be D. E. to Miladi last evening, as she taken home, not to mention adults, stared at a giant Chri:#mas3 tree that yet no extra street car service waa reared its stately self to the ceiling provldsd, with the result that a large in the ciubroomS,' laden with some number, a great many of them very 250 gifts for G.W.V.A. children. And  young children, had to stand out in truly it was a wonderful sight, parti- thn cold, waiting for cars. One man cularly after tha lights had been flash-; with a youne; child had to wait over ed on. 'an hour before he could get a car. They say one should never talk busi- ^ The city should have played their part ness to a hungry, man so perhaps that last night by arranging a suitable ser-delightfiil dress of'rose-colOred satin is the reason the business of the dls-;Vlce. combined with navy blue velvet. A trlbution of gifts did not take place striped efCoct is attained in the skirt, till after every little tummy was well-for pieces of the velvet are appliqued fllled, and they ,simply couldn't eat VELVET AND SATIN MAKE THIS SMART FROCK There is great distinction in this to the rose satin. The vestee, cut in cross-over style, is developed from the satin, while the short-sleeved coat is made of navy blue velvet. This lo cleverly bloused at the low waistline and flnisbed with a flaring peplum. A sash cut from the velvet and faced with the satin is set about the waistline and is flftlshed in a big bow at the side. A navy blue velvet hat accompanies the dress. another speck. Then "Chuck" Wray announcad that Santa was pretty close but that he never came through the door. And he didn:t either. .By and by the window was raised. Oh, that was an anx-  DOUBLE WEDDING    is ctoecial^ ^opd in the rctiritii. tes flavor is dctic^ious, its ardma tnpti anrticiivCa and ii is condti*^^ civc t6 fesiful sleep >yithout bcin4 In aiiy ^sc ofth0>vordaa ^ narcotic*-*-*^ AbsoitiMy piirc andjyi^Tesome. SoBonsittJlus. I: [ixdoKLET opoioice miQipfeji sibnt fbu^ illiif/IIUlllillllllllllll At the manse yesterday afternoon at 3.30 a double wedding took place. iouB moment! .And when finally old Oscar Wallman of Lucky Strike was Santa's head popped in through the united In marriage to Irene Hazer window, followed by himself In his Wilson .oi the same place, and at the red suit, everybody stood up on their same time Walter Douglas of Lucky chairs and cheered and waved to Strike to Ailino Iredale of the same the old fellow, till it seemed aa if place. Each couple signed the regls-they couldn't stop. iter for the other. Rev. A. H. Denoon There were � presents to everyone ' performed the ceremony, that had a name handed in, and it is { *    father have as their guests for the Christmas season their son, Mr. Fyne Siror Elo'ifton," and fnspeS?' be hoped that no mother #as so >*^�0��.^^ CHRISTMAS DAY Served from 11 to 2, and from 5 to 8. : $125 A PLATE MENU RELISHES Green Onlena Celery, an Beunehe Sliced Cucumber . Pimento Olives Chow Chow � Bloater Paete on Toast Eastern Oyster Cocktail ' ^ SOUP Cream Asparagus a la Victoria Conifomme Xavler FISH Boiled Fraser River Salmon, Oyster Sauce Breaded Halibut Cutlet, Tomato Sauce Chlakeri Mayonnaise SALAD Crab Meat with French Dressing BOILED Young Capon, Sauce Supreme Ox Tongue with Peeled Green Chile  ENTREES Breaded Guinea Chicken Cutlet a la Francalse Qrlllad Lamb Chops au Pomme Deterra Fritz , Boston Cream Puff ROAST Prime Ribs of Beef, Horse Radish Leg of Pork and Apple Sauce Stuffed 1920 Turkey, Cranberry Sauce Baked Domestic Goose, Sage Sauce VEGETABLES Staamcd and Mashed Potatoes Sprouta a la Bruxelle Stewed Tomatoea DESSERT Steamed English Plum Pudding, Hard and Vanilla 6auca Apple, Lemon, and Hot Mince Pie Assorted Cake Cafe Noir KIRKBY'S and Mrs. Lindsay and family of Mac-leod.  �     SOCIAL �  ^  Mrs. Van Haarlem is giving an informal tea on Monday, December 27 from 3 to 6 o'clock at the Van Haarlem hospital. ' �  � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES children's names. It was funny, too,' 4> how' everybody seemed to get what 1 O "NO FAIR PEEI � MOOSEHEART SANTA > ? ? * ? * ? He's the man who runs the fairy train that leads to slumberland. Softly creeps the good old Sandman, And In children's eyes he throws Slumber sand 'till heads are falling; 'Till their weary eyes mast close. Mr. Sandman has told me all about the children of Alberta. He says they The New Things First WISHING YOU ONE AND ALL THE MERRIEST CHRISTMAS It has been a wonderful vear. A year ot many changes. The merchant, no matter how wise he has been has had many .worried moments, wondering how to best serve his customers, bow to maintain an honest price to all with new goods sometimes costing more than he had on hand, and sometimes less; with no assurance of what the future might bring. But altogether, our friends have stood by us, giving us their favor and their good will through all the doubtful times. So we find that we have very many great, good reasons for wishing you a most unusually Merry Christmas, with all and more than your heart desires. Eager to please you as he-fore-the same old fimi in the "Daylight Store." OPEN TONIGHT TILL 10 O'CLOCK Christmas Dinner MENU .zoi; .25c RYLANDS & CO. There ha^ 3� biisier man is ^ SOUPS Green Turtle a la Anglaise, with Dinner. Consomme Garabaldl, with Dinner. Cream Tomatoes.........25c Chicken Soup........ � Vegetable Soup...........25c Ox Tail Soup....... RELISHES Bliced Cucumber........25c Sliced Tomatoes ........25c Celery en Branch ..........................................25c pead' Lettuce, French Dreaslng ..........................iJSc Green Olives �............25c Stuffed Olives...........25o Green Onion.............25c Mixed Pickles...........85c FISH Fillet of Halibut a la Ecassiare............................45g Boiled Metlakatla Salmon, Anchovy Sauce..................50o BOILED Corn Fed Armour Ham a la Florentine ..................60c Ox Tqngue, Piquante Sauce ...............................50c ENTREES Vol au Vent of Sweetbread a la Tonlouse .................65c Spring Chicken Saute a la Brilliant SaVarin ..............70c Parisian Lamb Chops Grand Trianon .....................66c  Pineapple Fritters, Maraschino Sauce ....................40c ROASTS ^oung Turkey au Truffles, Cranberry Jelly..................SOc Domestic Goose Stuffed with Chestnuts.....................70c Suckling Pig, Baked Apple................,,..............65o Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus ................................60c SALADS Combination Salads, French Dressing .....................60g Fruit Salad, Whipped Cream..............................60c Shrimp Salad au Celery..................................60c Mayonnaile de Homarde ..................................6oo VEGETABLES Mashed or Steamed Potatoes with Dinner. Sugar Corn .............26c String Beans ............10c Green Peas..............25c New Cauliflower in Cream 2oc DESSERTS Christmas Plum Pudding, Hard au Cognac. Hot Mince Pie with Dinner. Vanilla Ice Cream........15c French Cream Pie.......loo Boston Cream Pie........20c Lemon Cream Pie........15c Green Apple Pie.........ITo Cocoanut Cream Pie......loc Pumpkin Pie .............................................15c Deep Apple Pie, with Whipped Cream......................25c Sliced Banana and Cream.................................25c Sliced Oranges and Cream ................................25c ChriBtmas Cake. Tea or Coffee. 53235323532348482348535302020101022323534848020200000101 ;