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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mmMMm CLARKE & It* lis Is a THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD E^jEK^ DEPARTMENT O^Ei^FLOWIXG WITH THINGS THAT ARE PRACTICAL, USEFUL AND VERY IMMODERATELY PRICED. ;! Not for many Miiom has this store presented such a splendid > variety of attractive'and .useful, gift thing* a* are .'hare, shown this :.season.' HJANDKERCHIEF8, IN UNLIMITED VARIfETY; NECKWEAR AND, BOUDOIR CAPS; 8CARF8 AND SHAWLS; TEA APRON8 and! WORK BAGS; HAND BAGS & EVENlNQsijsAGS; HAND EM-� BR^IDERlib WHITEWEAR; LINEN DOYLIES AND CENTRES, HAND WORKED OR OF HAND MADE LACE. Volje and Crepe de Chine Waists; Silk and Silk Lisle H6�iery; Kid and Silk Gloves; Cushions and Cushion (Tops; Furs, Coats, Suits and scores of other articles of apparel that any woman would appreciate. ! 'Bargain* in Furs $100.00 Pdlnted Vox Set. ................., W-W. $9Q�0 Isabella Pox Set................^.$8Q,00 $76200 Canadian Mink Muff ......,.-----. �B7.60, $67.W Canadian Mink Muff............. $60.00 $66800 Canadian Mink Muff-..-......*.....6| tend. /..............'  Sale of Fancy Work Under the Auspices of the Art Needlework Club at the Home of Mrs. J. W. Boulton, 623 6th Street South,  on Tuesday, Dec. 14th THREE P. M. (Nothing sold before this hour) " Mr. and Mrs. J. Roland Heeb leave Thursday for Minneapolis, Minn. * # � Tuo Art Department of the Math-e'si*' club Will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ainsworth, 1249 Sixth avenue A. at 3 o'clock. The cooking for the pantry sale to be given by the Art Needle Work club will be called for tomorrow morning between 10.30 and 11.30. �. � � * ' * *. It is' requested that all articles of fancy) work that are being donated, be i sent to the Gymkhana Thursday morning. � * * � The two, section of the Girls' Auxiliary, are asked to meet' .tomorrow night at 7.30 at the home of Miss Henderson. * * .  . The Art Needlework club are holding a sale of faneywork and home cooking tomorrow afternoon at ,2.30 at the home of Mrs. J. W. Boulton, 523 6ti) street, v �'�:.��,'.,.'. .The. ladies of St. Patrick's church have good reason to be pleased with the results of the bazaar* held last Friday and Saturday as the excellent sum of |_556 was taken in. The results of "the raffle on Saturday ru-suited In Mrs. A. M. Graco winning the crochet centrepiece, Mrs. Round-swell the crochet cushion and Mr. Rock the violet luncheon set. The receipts from the tea room amounting to $220 will be given to the wounded. soldiers' fund. � * . * * - The l.O.D.E. are arranging a large Art and Curio exhibit at the Gymkhana. The greatest care will be taken of all loaned articles. Small articles will be kept under glass and a watchman will be in charge at night and .a member of the committee at all other times. Arrangements will be made for collecting any exhibits which the donors cannot 'bring. It is hoped that there will be a generous response to this appeal. Please think of_ anything you.have either ancient or modern that would ibe interesting to anyone else and phone Mrs. Robinson, 1169. * * �'  ' � MQORBHOUSE-McELVBNNY Mr. Frederick Moorefaouse and Miss Wllhelmlna McElvenny were quietly married on Thursday at Wesley parsonage byrRev. G. H. Cobbledi'ck. Proceeds for the I. O. D. E. and Red Cross Funds Maonlc Election North Star Lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M., regular meeting In Masonic Hall tonight at 8 o'clock. .Election of officers. Visiting brethren cordially invited. It bears the Seal of Purity , All over the worlcl the name Sunlight stand*' he was born 41 ve*rs ago. He leaves to mourn his loss, a wife and ;twbid�ughte�..':v.;v" '  ' The. funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon at 2.30.'o'plock> from FetUrly's -undertaking purloin to St. Cyprian's Church, an^vtjiehcc: t.o. the Anglteiin cemeterj".  ' ,, . ' .Masonic Notice -V Officer* arid membersiOC Letnlbridge Lodge 'No,� 39, A. P.-*>-�:^.,- ar�r-re-; ouetted to attend an^mergent meeting, in1-the Masonic Hall on'Wednes-4a>rj]iecV^th afcl.30 p.m. sharp, tor the tpnrfioee:'of. attending the' funeral:^ of our late Brother J. Jones,, VisHlrtf; ^^|ej-lnv,�t�a,.' ��?*>�'.. Special Christmas Wine and Spirit Hampers WE 'AGAIN" PRESENT YOU A CAREFULLY SE PERIENCE OF FORMER YEARS. YOU WILL FIND GREATEST DEMAND FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON. AND YOUR LIST OF GIFTS SHOULD INCLUDE ONE EVERY HAMPER IS PACKED NEATLY IN A BOX A DRESS. ORDEFi EARLY. LECTED HAMPER LIST. GOVERNED BY THE EX-HERE ONLY THOSE LINES THAT ARE IN THE OUR HAMPERS ARE ALWAYS POPULAR AND OF THESE SPECIAL PARCELS OR HAMPERS. ND SECURELY SEALED. WE SHIP TO ANY AD- Haiiiper No. 1 Hamper No. 2. 1 Bottle H.B.C. -I M v Old Highland Scotch 1 " " Fine Old Irish 1 " " Fine Old Special Rye 1 " Three Star Brandy 1 " t " Old London Deck Port 1 " . " Old London Dock 8herry ' Estimated Weight 30 Tbs "The Fort Garry Hamper" Price ,.......... $5.75 1 Bottle H.B.C. F. O. B. Scotch Whlakey ~- 1 " " Vlgin's Three Star Brandy 1 ���' " Cream de Menthr 1 " " Old Lodge Port 1 " " Sloe Gin \ " " Old Irish Whiskey Estimated Weight 30 Tbs "Our Leader Hamper" * Price..... ... $7.50 Hamper No* 5 No. 6 Hamper. 2 Bottles H.B.C. Flve-Year Old Rye 1 Bottle H.BX. Fine Old Scotch 1( ...� . � Cognac Brandy 1 "  " Old Malt Whiskey % ? .Old Tom Gin 1 Fine Old Port 1 " " Ginger Wine ' 1 ." Blackberry Cordial 1 " Blackberry Brandy ' 1' , " St. Julian 1 � " Niagara Port r. Estimated Weight 50 lbs. "The Favorite Hamper*' Price__________........ $8.50 1 Bottle H.8.C. Oewar Special. 2 ' " Special" Rye 1 > . " Diamond Brandy 1 " CHerry Whiskey 1 ' " Creme de Menthe 1 � " Old Tom Gin 1 " French Vermeuthe 2 " " Fine Old Port 1 " " Blackberry Brandy -1 " " Jamaica Rum Estimated Weight SO lbs. 'The Universal Hamper" Price........ . $10.50 Hamper No. 7 Hamper No. 8 1 Bottle Champagne, Extra Dry- 1 Quart Bottle Sparkling Burgundy. 1 Bottle H.B.C. F. O. B. Scotch 1 " '" Extra Brandy  1 Fine Old Irish 1 , �� 7-Year Old Rye : 1 " " Madeira 1 " - � Old Lodge Port 1 ' *" � " Bodega Sherry �1 " " Blackberry Brandy 1 " " Cherry Whlakey 1 " �� �'� " St. Julien Estimated Weight 50 lbs. "The Coiuioisseur^ Hamper" Price............ $12.50 Qt. bot. Heids'cieks Extra Dry Champagne Bottle H.B.C. Vice. Regal Port Vice Regal' Sherry Best' Procurable Sci Extra Brandy: Sparkling Bordeaux-. ' Sehnspps Jamaica Rum Blackberry Brandy Margaux Claret Sloe Gin �� Manhattan. Cocktail Estimated Weight 50 lbs. "The Hamper de Luxe" Me?.- $15.00 Special Christmas Parcels 1 Bottle H.B.C, Old Rye 1 " ''.Old Port 1 V " Old Sherry Price.......... $1.75 1 Bottle H.B.C. Fine Old Scotch 1 �...���.-.""7-."�-V Fine Old Port' 1 - " " Old Rye Price $2.50 1 Bottle Johnnie Walker 1 Bottle H.B.C; Old Lodge Port 1 Bottle H.B.C. 8loe Gin :Price"-...v�-...'i,.:'. $3.25 . 1 Sot H.B.C..Usher's Black Label Whiskey 1 Bot. H.B.C..Vive Regal Pert ... �>'  � 1 Bot. H. B. C, Cream de Menthe Prict? S4L25 1 Bottle Three Star Brandy, 1 Bottle Old Iriah .  .'" ', : 1 Bottle Old Rye , ,  Price...... $3.00 '-> l^ttefajfflft Baa Company,^ VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT . Critics who have, seen The Ghosts at a private view pronounce this pic-turization of Ibsen'a. highly condensed domestic tragedy, much more interesting than the play itself. Ibsen is known to almost every household in America and though few. have seen his .plays, not only are Vttbh skillful players as Henry Walthall, Mary Al-den, Nigel Debrullin, Juanlta Archer, ThoB. Jefferson and others included in the cast, but the scenic effects in this great masterpiece are the most startling and intensely interesting that yo,u have ever seen. See this master picture at the Orpheum tonight, together with Wm. Dowcett, who-Will be seen-In an entire change of songs, street patter and monologues. CHARLES CHAPLIN AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT 1 The Flying Twins (four parts) win be the feature at the* Smpress tonight. A wealthy manulacturer has t'wq twin daughters, -as a companion they have their cousin,*, country girl, who makes the "acquaintance of a vaudeville acrobat.' When this un-i desirable 'relationship.'Is discovered; and broken by the manufacturer, the country j >gjrl, meets* and .marries a. V; Ladies are invited to attend tonight to 'see this performance ,tne~* of, charge. See advertisement., -r>_ * ;