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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMUKR 17, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAH.Y HERALD PAGE NINE CHIEF OF POLICE. OF. .REDCLIFF i IS ONE OF; .THE PARTIES i IMPLICATED1 Uedicli.e Hat, 'Alia., Dec.. teriuath. of tl.c trial ol IKi'i--- geialJ last week'fur mtiuiidatiBg oae The With a Sclienls with a levolver. cjiu'e today [l walked through MILADI EtfrrW "iNO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 AT THE HUDSON'S BAY Sclienls with 0 levolver. cjm'e today 11 walked SrhenVs and Ch'.el ol Police raeado Kcynolds, of Hcdciilt, were in court' Broken Wing the' woodland '_.Dfw-'X'> Ji.ttilerlT and have taken'up residence in'the formerly occupied by the Eiuplre club afJli'Sixlh St. S. assisted Mrs. J. ed adous, sweet the thrushes r-ing, charged with perjury. was And found on a bed of manses, dismissed und he had a" friend lay ;r.-; 5 k.-oijen. wi'nr' ___ -____ biKutlon aijaicst thcbe ir.cn In con-' j htalc.l its ivo-jnd, and each inornlug I A. Meckay at -the chain tea given by with the- evidence they It sweet the'latlef, in aid ol Kcol ra.; Th'omjj :QuInii' received irord j( the' 'd..th.of her MISS J58S1E the well- known settlement worker- of.. Prook- lyn, rnyftertpusly disappeared last .week. She. iru a cheerful girl and ao KUTC .worker. The entire police force of 'New York State is looking for herV Dv': i a'month for Mrs. Shepherd, oi I'enticton, B.C., is the guest of her sister, Mrs..T..F. en .route.home from visit-'Marie ing in Winnipeg.- ''_ _. ......._____, [iri'-fmarriage: -Miss Helen McKillop will arrive.on Long.-wn b! Miv and" ;Saturday from Edippnton, fo'-tpfnd of Godeiich, Oiit. Yule-tide with her Mri'. 'Both bride "and-'groorr] WINE HAMPER K-0; 5. 'Weight 50HJS, "THE FAVORITE" Co's Dpec'lal Rye Cp'8 Fine Old Highland Scotch Co'i Dlimoad IlraDdr Co'a Cherry Whlskey Whiskey Old Port Co'i Old London Dock Sherry Co's Niagara Port CO'B Cherry WIr.e Co's Old Tom Gin 2 BotllcB-H.-B. 1 Bottle H. B. 1 If. B. IDottle 11. B. 1 Bottle H. B 1 Bottle -M. U. 1 Boitle H. B. 1 Bottle it B. 1 Bottle H. B; 1 Bottle H. B. jr. B; 12 WINE HAMPER NO. 6 Weight -THE UNIVERSAL" .B. Co's T. O. B. Scotei Co'a Special Bi'Co'e G.-t W. Hye f B. Co's Three, Star Branty.'1'. B. Co's Fine Old Irlih B. Co's Old -fo- il. CO'B Blackberry Brandy B. Co's Cherry B. Co'a O.ld Port Wine B. CO'B Old'Loadon Shtrrr-' B. Co'a Cherry i B. Co's Bordeaux "Claret 1 Bottle H. 1 Bottle IF. 1 Bottle H. I Bottle, H. 1 Bottle H. 1 dqtUe H. 1 Bottle H. 1 Bottle H. 1 Bottle H. 1 Bottle H. 1 Bottlo H. 1 Bottle H. 12 Bottle. PRICE ;H AMPER 1 QOo'p i THfNQS TO EAT 8 tt'Tiirigy-'t 't Piuri-Pudding :-l'jb ''1 'Boi' Luggage _'; 1 ib Coffeiv o'k 1 lb H. ft. P. -Fancy Biscuits l.'rb Table Rfji'In'i nS Miied Nu'ls..j': ibs- A Pies '-I-ih. Picket'specfal.Tea GROCERY HAMPER EVERYTHING FOR CHRISTMAS 8 It) Turkey- 1 tb Cape Cod-Cranberries 1 ID Plum Pudding 1 ft Kew 1 to lllncc'.JIeati 1 rh Mixed'Nuts.', 1 ID Taole Raisins 1 Boi Bomebody'i Luigage 5 IDS. Fanoy Apples'--1 1 lb Boi Assorted Chocolates Mb.H.'.fc-P. Fancy Biscuits 3. ID Tin Special Toa PRICE 'the- Y Iciiarli les McKillop. TJBRB'S Ibt yoa'Te for. Alwiyt frtti. >od delidom. Ther gre ta in tut ttvor, Wr believe Nylo Cbocoln --'l groorrj were ten4ed, (he bride- hfing rharried in hit PffWy'j'olig >way. gown oi brbira serge with hat to match. Iiumediately, after '.the cerejnony, Mr. and'Mrs. Long.left-on a lioney- mpou trip to Winnipeg. THOMPSON-DA1VSOK A pretty wedding was celebrated at Knoi-church this; when Jliss Helen pawson beca'me'the bride of Mr. William Speed-Thornton, proprietor of Ihe'Sixth Avenue grn- ceirv i 'MlESiAnnie was EtJdcs- mald., Mr'.'Oeorge Tuuhiill sup- jortcd-trc groom. Rer. A. O. Cam- fron tied the nuptial knot in tie presence of .imtiiediite relatives Tj'ends. Mr. and Mrs: Thompson left on a trip'to Calgary and other poluti. We also have Lowney's Delicious Chocolates in Delightful Christmas Pacliages Chocolates make a Merry Xmas for young and old The Kenny Co. Ltd Phone 1 487 THE DRUG-BOOK pallw Hotel C.LUBS The ..Milliard Union-of the W.C.T. HUDSON'S BAY STORES >s well ii all members of ;he society ire urged to be'present. Very import- ant buslnefs'wiirDome up for discus- CALUID.TO CHURCH Dec. R. J. Mc- Alplne, .ton.of Mn, A. McAlplne, of 619'Batn'urfi't itreet, Toronto, will preach hii last sermon'to his Ctere- land'fiock in Jahnary, as he has cepted a.call to Central Park church, one .of outltanding congreKatloQB of Buffalo', S.'Y..'.-.' Mr. McAlpln'e'.was born in Grey announcement ol chaofjr ol date. jKnox ,Beifdes hia coarse In 'arts ind McAlplne jrad A decidedly important and special it the' College of Phaimacy. mf-lins of the W. C. t. V. will be: "ills Brat" retriihir 'chiirch was in held this evening, at (he home Mrs. Mltford, 6BO Tenth St. Very urgent-.business up, and a lull altcndan'ce is earnestly .desired. Thos.e IntereateO nre remindeif of the Missionary society meeting of Wesley church at four o'clock to- morrow 'afternoon.. Mra. 'Qal- bralth will give an addr'eM. A full meeting.of the Women's Civic clirb la called for tomorrow eight o'qlock at McKII- lop's'. Every member of the executive Help the needy. Five por cent of nur cnlire cash sales next Saturday'-I Chrislmiis Ctiecr Fund. We arc looking foriyard.to an excep- dayjand with.your co-operation mean a merry Clirisltnas to homes in our city. An exccUcnt orchestra will play in the Jea rooms on' Saturday in Ihe afternoon frpm 3 to' 5 o'clock and in the evening from 8 to 9.30. A ilainty cup of Hudson's Bay Bjcnd Tea and dainty biscuits will be served to you free. "It's So f To heir thil from the recipient of your alft, mlkx slylng doubly pltiilng. YOU. CAN OET THAT KINO OF A.OIfT fj" Miss Art Needlework'Stand At Balden Bros. Hull Block Owen Sound. From there he'went "to Kuox churcb, Cleveland, and., some time ago became.pastor of trie Boule- vard church'in the MrAlplnc's wife Is a daUKliter of T. J. Stewart, .M.P., of NORTH..DAKOTA'.BANK, REOPENS 6tc' Flrit link bt Lirkln, which clwed "a .ago by the- Bankjng Dfpartmtnt, wjl rt-opened thli mornlrig and depot- Itorj who (he poHibllity. of low i. wll'l'wffer no Ion. The It back- ed by of Lord Qrnnfe Orand MMter. 8he l< a In Toronto, ind re- cently BsyelW portrait of fath- er a'l the In. thst city.'- COMING ''THEIUTTLE OF WATERLOO'? V suoui THE VOTE SOUTH Perth, At mlng.up Sitarday's'- bye-election vote In before W. J. Dr. Hanoa'j total 'vote' was Mount Royal College, Calgary Opening of WINTER TERM, Monday, 5th 19J3 BUSINESS CLASSES-rBook-ke'eplns, Stenography, Ac-' counlancy, etc.- Full Conacrvalory. Vocal, instrumental and Theory. ?nd Orades. Preparation for Unl- 6" China tainting, Water I-eather Toling, elc. EXPRESSION ANO PHYSICAL CULTURE-Dramatlc Art Public For Information and Calendar, apply to REV. OEOROE'W. KERBY, 8.A., PRINCIPAL' PHONE M. 2191 CALflAKY, ;