".... Alban’s Anglican church Tuesday afternoon.
Alfred George HockleyAlfred George Hockley, who resided at 815 Lome avenue east, died
ThrservicV was conducted by Rev. L. Wednesday afternoon ... hus-
atockings and the hems of her frocks.¡hand predeceased her many years ago. And when she walks or dances, thef Surviving are five sons, John, ex-motion of her skirt frees the perfume M.L.A., Harte ... a bit of her per- Harte station. A daughter Mrs. Rob-
funie in the palms of her hands and Hood, predeceased her mother
smoothes it lightly over her “^ck. Carber-
shoulders and’ arms. With a square v\m L ... . A late registration fee will be charged..."
".... Cole, D. Forsythe, H. Leybourne, A. Anderson, Jas Grant and Geo. Burton. Interment W’as made in the family plot in Brandon cemetery.
Funeral of A. G. Hockley
The funeral of the late Alfred George Hockley ... dedicated tf tin* memory of the men of the dis-tiiti killed in the Great War. The serv-I it f was comiucttMi by Rev. F. C. Whittington. rector of the parish, and the , Ni rmoii was preached by Rev. J. I. Mc ... Correct Movement Necessary to Get the Best
unique floral display
IN DOUOLAS GARDEN
OF JAS. B. MADDER
The crowning achievement—after years of study and experimenting— came ... assistance was summoned..."