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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Aug. 22, 1012 THE LETIIBBIDGE DAILY HERALD PagtJ tk MILADI EDITED BY "INO" Offle., 1H4 That all Johnny's or Jane's built for what they are sola school shoes. We have all styles to suit all pockets at all prices. Before you buy- ;that .new pair come in and look 'over our stock FOOT TOGGERY 1 would live JOUR enough to know The worth and fairness of my foe Hut never long enough to say, "One was my friend but yesterday." 1 would live long enough lu wring New laughter from old blundering But- never long enough lo linil That age left all of tears behind. Garrison. Mr. Stanway, of visited with friends here today. Mr. Harry Fitzsimmons, of Frank, [is the guest of his brother, R. [C. FiUsimmons, Of Royal View. Mrs. Putnam, of Blairmorc, and Mrs. H. T. Fitzsimmons, of Calgary, are visiting in the city for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Freeburger, o( Blair- more, formerly of this city, arc re- newing acquaintances here. Mjs. Rhodes and Miss Etta Scott, of Maclcod, are guests for a few days with G. F. Goft. Mrs. R. A. Cocq and little daiigh- ter have returned from a visit with friends at Grassy Mr. Dawson, of the Bank of Toron1 [to, returned yesterday from a vaca- tion .spent at Milbrook, Oni. Mr. Ross, of Calgary, who has been substituting in the Bank of Toronto here, returned home this afternoon Judicial Inquiry Commences {Continued from front sheet, showing that Shand had re- ceived, his effects after court was ov- er. There was some doubt about this point, as Shand may have been 'too Intoxicated to sign after :belng arrest- ed, _.'" I The .effect sheet in question show- eu tiiut soana nail posses- sion. He receipted for1 this amount when allowed to go In the morning, although the money, waa kept to ap- ply on fine. ..He would be giv- en time to pay the remainder. The whole question In retard to the Bhand matter is that on the charge cheat, Shand Is marked "given time TO while on the minute -book of Ccurt, in which ii kept a record of each day.'s proceedings, Shand Is Gho'wn to have paid on his fine. Th-3 alterations oa the sheet apparently made, after pro- ceedings had bean entered, In thf mln- ufe 'book, acconjjnj to .statement of witness. Exhibit E, cliargA.sbpet of April 3, was then put. Into' Court. pn this date a. man Darned Swsnion. was fin- ed. In the remarks column of the sheet a" word ii artwd, and "given time" written It." May 2 charge street wap next ex- hibitsd. G. W. delink apd dis- orderly, was marked tiros to pay." Thii waft out, aijd ap- pears now Jn- kialled "H. 'initials :of Harry Bent ley, who on .the bench. the Witness- ihat.- the latter part had been written in after the re- bad On May 4, A.'B. drunlt and disorderly, -tfip' only name on charge sheet, He wts fined and costs, and In -rpmirks '.column, "given time to pay" Ii written. Er- asiimii have alno made on tills sheet, Bryan claim jo jj; that the' vorda "bail estreated1' had been It. was afterwards pencilled; and marked "paid, July Bryan said Mr. and Mrs. lUworth, of Oxtor England, who have been on an tended visit with their son, Mr. A nold Raworlli, letl for home on Tue day morning. Mrs.. Jd; 'J.. 17.il 'U entertainii from five to nine on Saturday, fc her daughter, Flossie, who will r turn to boarding school in Toron at the end of next week. Mrs. (Dr.) St'acpoole, of Cartlsto who has been spending ten wee1 with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Cochran of Claresholm, is a house guest f ery way in Utjping wllli Hie; just us .soon as [lie of Hie h declared Ronnett, 'r.v mnrnihe, on hk from weeka' trip to the Old.Country5 ;