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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Odobfer 20, TITE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD THE STANDARD ARTICLE -SOLD EVERYWHERE POLICMADE A CLEAN UP Casey E.W.GJLLETT v (COMPANY it-IMITED TORtQ-N.TO.ONT. Raided Red Li? District in Fin O, you beiutlful (lion Di Hott gave evidence bought to get him to lit Tied uas NOT THI2ST VALUE but Positively ii? at Any Trice. Buy a poii'-id packet and if you don't find ve been using you can return it and vour rr t( L you I niiichuso preparing to siioot lid., as indicated by the position of the guns. The defence then started, tram Stokcly being 'called, -and his evidence went to show the deceased was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cfalvin, have re- turned Iiome. Jlf. Patterson, of Si: John, New Hrwiswick, and Mr. Howe, of Medi- cine Mat, who were guests With Mr. and C. U. Bowman, hava re- turned home. Iilrs. McCulIough, ofKelowna, will he honor guest oi-'.a'nVatuice bridge to be given on Thursday .by Mrs. F. W. Downer, Westminster House. McCiilluugh, oi Kelowna, the -raison-d'- which claimed Mrs. H- C. Kelson "as Friday evening. George Kd'ward Hill, of Burmis, and Miss Annie Hill of Yorkshire, ,Kng., 'were married at St. AIhan's -church, Coleman, by the rector, Jtev. D. J, Watk ins-Jones, Thursday morning The. happy pair, -who bore the same name before the ceremony, came up from- Burmis, whore the groom is -hold ing down a -homestead, on the morning train, were well and truly united and returned to their home on the 11.30 train, In response to invitations, a number' of friends of the contracting parties 'gathered at the 'Coleman Ih- fitHutibnnl cliti'rbli'Wednesday evening to .witness the marriage of Miss Flos- sie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Carr, to John Dinney. The was performed by Rev. T. M. Murray, paator of the Insti- tutional church, at, 7.30 o'clock. The "bride was attended 'by -3fiss C. while J. L. 'McKinnon ably supported the: groom. Immediately following the wedding ceremony the guests repaired to tho home of the bride's parents, in West Coleman, 'where a reception was held followed by a most sumptuous wed- ding dinner. The good things provid- ed having -received due and proper attention and the health of the bride and bridegroom draiik in genuine, old- fashioned style, an adjournment -was made to the opera house, where a few hours were spent in the mazy whirl cf t .dance, dent that- self-defence is to be 'the case for the prisoner. I EKREN VICTIM OF APPEARANCES Sometimes the net of circumstantial Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Mr. E. A. Cu ningham and Jlr. W. A. Buchanan. Mr.. T. S. 1'etrie ,and Mr. Sawyer, Th'e brid'e wag tire recipient of an unusually large number handsome, useful and valuable presents, showing the esteem in 'which she is held by her Coleman friends. The happy pair will make their future home in Cole- man, The following Item from a Mont- real exchange is interesting, the groom having been a traveller through Southern Alberta for the Northwest' Fall Shipment of Linoleums and Oilcloths just Received We have j List taken delivery oi' an immense shipment, of. Oilcloths and Linoleums direct from the-best Scotch, English and Canadian makers and no matter if it be for the office or the homo -you'will find here just the'kind best suited to your.particular needs. Just a few hints as to variety and price. Floor Oilcloths Heavy quality painted buck floor oilcloths, in 'all the noivest floral block; tile aud 1, 1% aud 2 yards wide. Per'square Printed Linoleums Scotch and. Canadian printed linoleums, in a Host and most wanted designs, smd in colorings to harmonize with of interior decoration, sq. yard, 50c to Inlaid Linoleums Practically indestructible, .the patterns going right, proved this to be the Ideal floor covering for kitchen, dintag room, halls that is subject to C1- AA real hard .wear'. 2 yds wide; extra value, per sq. yard 9 I 'V.V Fall Arrivals in Rugs We have just opened up a shipment of seamless Axminster 1 .Medallion desl'gns.ln'iolt cblorlugs. Exceptionally good values. J 7 ft. H In: x 9 feet ffilir'-'Sri" 9 x ft. C i at...............' At.......... 9 ft. x 9 feet in equally good' value? await your c.ritic.filinspection. of Winnipeg; Mr. Chapman, of' Cal.- j Jobbing and Commission Co., which gary Mr. Wm. How Island ]atcr mbrged into the Campbell, Wil- M't. and-Mrs. Fred-K'dHy: arid daugli- j son and Home Co.: ter, of Luiidln'eck, aiid the Misses and Clara Preston, of Warner, who have.. been the guests of 3Mr. and Mrs. O. Ncwinger, have returned to their homes. BHYCE Palms, ferns and. masses of chrys- anthemums were arranged throughout The Young Men'.s, class of "St. An- drew's church met niglit, ('wben tliu officers for the ensuing winter Ben- son were elected as follows R.-'B; Jolmston. Thomas" H'. Don- ald. Secrctai y r- iPlans were discussed Eorttlie winter work, ami it was dtcitied that thq cjub room iii the basement of, the church he kept open every liigh't every week. be -particularly welcome at the club 'room, A special service of intercession will be held in St. Cyprian's church tomorrow-evening.- The Ladies' A id, of Wesley church will meet at three 'o'clock'tomorrow afternoon. the residence of'Mr. and Mrs. James J nam- Brycc, Boulevard avenue, when the The Mathesis club will ifieet tomor- row afternoon with Mrs. :S; S. Buu- d. and the wedding march was play- cleared up by the city'police on Sat- urday in comiection with the-alleged theft ofapockethook containing some by F. Ekrt-n, of Oarons. Mr. Ekren, it will be remembered, was arrested by Sergt. Kroning, of the city'police just as he was about to tike the train for Barons, and Ilic charge of theft preferred against him. j He was accused of taking a pocket- j I book containing a large sum of ir.'on- I ey, and keeping it as his own .when j he knew that he was not the riphUuI j _ _ 'owner thereof. He had received a Mls' aUon- Colltts' who pocketbook from Dr. Mewbuni, who iwas lU llu' Galt hospital some had found it lying on the floor of his !'lg0' that instltlltlon on office while "Mr. Ekren was there. to operation. I.aterconiplaini; was made by another Miss' Eleanor t'lHtor.of the Calgary Herald, who was the guest of her mother, Mrs. K. .J. Me St., returned to Calgary yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. Snipes leave tornor- for Victoria, where they will re- in future. Dr. Snipes has been i for some time past associated with Dr. .1. Courticc in dentistrv. cd by the bride's sister. was given away by hold ,in- St. ihurch at eight'o'clock to- morrow evening.. The rector especial- ly desires all, who any her father, wore a lovely gown ivory Liberty satin and "old lace. Her j he present tulle veil was arranged with orange night, blossoms, and she carried a shower O'f of the Wednesday night servipes; to jit the service .tomorrow bouquet of lilies of the valley and or- chids, and wore-the groom's souvenir A special Parish Auxiliary of St. 'Cyprian's church gift, a diampnd and sapphire ring, j will be held at eight o'clock' this cv- She was attended "by her sister, Miss '_ cning "and the regular me1 cling Muriel Hryce, who was gowned in three on Thursday r afternoon. at The ladies arr busy completing prepara- tions for their week.. man-who had visited the dcctfir's of- fice the same day (hat he had lost his roll of hills and pockethook, !l ''''turned missionary iron1 immediately the police followed out China, arc guests with Mrs. A. I. the circumstantial clue which led to the arrest of Kkren.' His preliminary hearing was post- poned, hmvevci, until further evi- dence could be obtained, and in the meantime .1 Tahrr lady, seeing an ac- count of the. allied theft in the pap- lelephoned Die police that she pink satin and lace, and carried a shower bouquet of pink and violets. The best man was Dr. Bly Campbell; St. Mary's Men's society are hold- After the., ceremony Mr. narrower ing their second 'so- Mrs. Harrison and Miss Harrison, land his bride left for the west, the cial of this season at Unity Hall on of Clari'.sliolni, an.I Mrs. W. K. Sib- bride travelling in a navy blue suit j Thursday next, 31st lust- The pro- with black and white lut and ermine i gram will include the .art- furs. They will spend some time in j ists Miss Cameron, Messrs. L. Foster and Miss Cook. Mrs. Siblcy the mountains before, proceeding to I Grist, H. (i. ICilner, K. Rossittcr leaves tomorrow for Barons aiU Car- Thn C. T. was entertained on Suluniay evening at tlie home of Takes tho First Prize for Packed Apples at tl. Dry-Farming Secure a few acres of good fruit land i' while the prices are reasonable. It will tae .-u Our Hat of liillds for anlc covers some proved and uncleared fruit fiivins, at pria-s aero. sliovv you tlic propr.r up a dollar. HERE 'IS A SAMPLE ii4 acrey, 7 miles tVom Xoisoii. m acres '-150 fruit ti-'ics, yeara old; 250 Northern other varieties, also iihims, cherries, fruits. 200 trees In nursery row. fenced, soil sandy with clay KUV.; B-agon road. Frame shack 12 x Vat quick mile, per iiorc. For lilerilturo am] oilier Information i' r.s: f 'i. t In iin- ii.5fl.00 to eed put 3d with linn, r amall rninont l it year. WESTERN CANADA P. 0. Box 157 Room 4, Hill had the pocket hook, and Miat-'shc had }f< j picked it up in the hotel where she j bad hcen staying while in the city, jcIrnKS Furthrr invesiigaiion by the police also showed that the pockctbook handed Mr. Kkn-n in Dr. Mewburn's oflicc had bren iiis own whicti liad fallen out ui" Ins pocket when'-he took off his ovcrcoiii. The lost pocket- book was therefore restored to '-its owner and il proven that Mr. Kkrcn had taken only belonged to him. In dismissing the easy which was handled by V.'. the accused man, Magistrate Benlley 1 haiidi-d him the following jiitory letler [Mr. K. Kkrni, I l.cthbiidgc, All.nla., I Dear is to certify that ihr charge of theft preferred' 'against you hy the I.ctliinidge City Police on j Uio lifith A. D.-, KM2; -has hern witlidnuni tuul this court, j a I'l'i'i- man wi'lunil tin' sliu' stain (tit vuiir cliani'-U'i (riVCIl lilldc dav aud Mrs. W. H. Conibcar in honor of Miss Gibson, who left on .Sunday morning her future home. Thomas Taylor read an ad- lo Miss Gibson and on Velialf of the presenU'd lier with a beautiful cut bowl, which was suitably acknowledged by the recipi- ent Mi.s.s Gibson was accompanied r my ImnJ and seal this 1 ahovt written, jusi.jee o' the 1'eiteo in aii.d [u iP.i.T'.ncc oi ALtcrUi. Miss L. Stella Lumbar