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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta You can't make Good Cakes and Puddings with poor stale ingredients Get the Best : : We Have It NEW FRUITS N�w M�seat�U New CIcMicd Currftfttt NEW NUTS Walnvtt Almondt Filberts New Crowa Table Raleiat Pea Nvta Shelled Walnuts NEW PEELS Balgers A 1 grade Citron, Orange, Lremon MIXED PEELS already cut ready for use ia I lb pacbcts MINCE MEAT "Wetheyt** Coadenscd Miace Meat ia packets. Shelled Almonds Mince Meat in bulk. "T BLE DELICAPIES" Heinz Mustard Dressing, Heiaz Chutney Sauce. Heinz India Relish. "Queen Olives" McLaren's Cheese, Lea Rerrias Sauce. Xmas Books Leather Souvenirs flate Glass Mirrors Dressing Cises illgh-cbss Perfumes I Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. A. Southard will not receive on Friday. Dr. O. .1.' Gourtico went to Taber Jiaat night. Donan BroB. sold two hundred head of. cattle to Bater & McLean. O. K088 Tate has placed a fine electric flash sign in front of his store. Don't forget to mark an X oppot* It* A. E. Eaaton's nam* on Monday. Supt. Price, of Calgary, wlio sui:-�ooeds R. R. Jamieaon, was in the cUy t^is week on his first ofllcial vi-.�lt. Ilios. Lewis, a hobo, was arrested tor vagrancy but turned loose to find tiall. Failing t,o turn up on time, policeman Qillespio nabbed Man again �nd, he was sent up for ten days. The fire brigade had a run the Brick & Terra Cotta Co.'s yard on Sunday morning. The roof of the big kiln had caught Are- The hose reel company wcro'soon on the sceniy �nd quenched, the flames before any groat damage was done. Last Sunday wag a record breaker at Wesley Church Sunday School, the attendance beiing one hundred and seventy-four, an increase of nearly one hundred per cent over that of one year ago. B. C. Baines' has returned from Enderhy, B.C., where a lot of wheat irom this district is being made into flour. The company's elevator here has already received twice as mnch wheat as last year. The elevator ,ig now full. John Gipscn is charged with attempting to commit assault to do grievous bodilj' harm on Baroness Uoad. Ho tried to stab Alonzo . Darnos with a knife in the head. The case caine up last night but was remanded till Friday night that medical evidence and more witnesses may be secured. W. C. Ive.s is dofending. Mrs. Bryant, the Totley Tea demonstrator is giving a demonstration in' Nelson & Fraacr'a thla week, are tnaa/tnd ticlous tea prepared as it should bo by Mrs. Bryaitt. W. H. Soice, who recently came to Warner 'from Ifinnesota, has "low's the dqfanliNW'8 tie hour" to mail youR cousins across the sea ont or more of our many suitable articles for mailing tu distant friends such as LGTHURIDOK SOUVENIR BOOK-LEI'S. PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIOGE AND VICINITV. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRISTMAS CARDS btritiTT ^LEATHER SOUVENIRS. 1 D. Hlgiiibotham & Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing ChemistB Vote'for A. E. Eaiton for aldor-man. .,  H. .1. ;EIoran of the Bell Telephone Co. is in the city. The Board of Trade offices will bo iocatod in the Whitney block in a few days. J. Nicoll, formerly of Lothbi ..lija. is a candidate for Alderman in Bat-tleford. E. \.. C. McLorg,. of Moosomin, has dectinexl appointment as a district judge. James Fiske has announced his intention of erecting a large block on Burdott St. next spring. Alf. Fiddler, the well-known Calgary baseball fiend. Is a candidate for alderman in that cHy. The many friends of Mrs. Adam Link will be glad to hear that k\.'. i-j recovering from an operation at Um Oalt Hospital. Lewis Stockett, general manager of the Pacific Coal Co.^ was in the city yesterday on his way from a visit to his homo at Bankhcad. Conductor Donald McKillop, of Lethbridge, has been Stiending a few days with Cranbrook friciJ-J iho past wceki-Cranhrook Herald. W. H. Boice, the Warner merchant, was a visitor to the city yesterday.-W. L. Thompson, the Spring Coulee iarmer,. was in the city yesterday. Inspector Belcher and his family loft on Tuesday morning for Edmon. ton, where they will, in future reside. Miss Jessie Belcher leaves for England on the- 13tb to continue her music studies. Invitations are out for the wedding of James Kinniburgh and, Mary, the the oldest daughter of P. Cain, Nortli Ward- The ceremony will take place at the bride's homo on Wednesday next. Next Sunday evening a/t. Wesley Church, Rev. J. M. Harrison will deliver the iiext sermon in his series to young people, subject, God, Factor in my. life. At the morning "Thoso who . call I sorvioo, W. Jordon will deliver a re-to a cup of this do- port of the Christian Workers Con- vention held in Red Deer, last week. The Trustee Board ofW'esley church have been fortunate in securing Mr. and Mrs. Ruthven Macdohald for an opened up a''general store in that' i^ntertainmcnt next Thursday evening town. He has erected a large j Dec. 12th. Mr. Macdonald is known building and has excelleiiV facilities as Canada's greatest baritone and'as, , ,., ^. lor carryinig on the large busiiiiess ;� general entertainer haa few equals. weather Cast a ballot for A. E. Eatten on Monday. T. W. Hanrahan was in Taber ou Tuesday. W. Stead, of Cardston, was In the city on Tuesday. Bishop Harker of Magrnth was in the city On Tuesday. C. J. Eckstonh' spent Wednesday in Cardston. Miss 3IcLearey spent Sunii;- in .Mf.-dicino Hat.  W. C. Simmons was in Calgary on legal business last week. ^;Mr. and Mrs. P. Audctt of Coutts sfient Wisdnesday in the city. D. J. Grier and J. L. Pawcott are candidates for Mayor of Macleod. To the wife of Geo. E. Hemelryck. on Saturday, Nov. 30th, a daughter. A Cazier, of Cazicr Bros., Card-ston, spent Tuesday in the cityj Mr. and Mrs. D. Robinson, of Coutts were in the city on Wednesday. E. J. .Tames of the Bank of Commerce stuff, was in Macleod on Tuesday. Custom roturns for November show a recel|>t of $6,559.7". at the Loth-bridge office. Wm. Prol>ert, of Tuber, was in the city this week, on his- way from a trip to Utnh. Mrs. Rodgers, of Rcgina, S3o men were poor, that they were not financially responsible, what business is it of the Alberta: Retail Doiwers' Aasociation to prevent them engaging in business ' in that capacity? Those are the questions iis-.-u appealed to' me hr t!w> conduct of thiu ease-concerning the action that was taken by this association to endeavor to prevent private individuals who had not anythin|; to do with their asiiociatibn up to that time, so far as tliey possibly could at least, for engaging in business. Now, we find most absurd reasons given in regard to this. We find a manufacturer who was brought here as a witness stating that so far as- the dealer at Pincher Crock was concerned that he gave him a false - reason. He was one of those who was willing to admit in the conduip^^pf a very large manufacturing busincsis that he was in the habit of giving false reasons to people that he didn't want to givc credit to. His story was absurd on the face of It, liecause the evidence show�?�l that he wt^ . tdid that this man had never engaged inbusiness before, and was .starting a new yard,' and he says he looked up in Brad-street's to find his rating. GIVES FALSE REASON He was a business man and he knew vety well under those circumstances, the man would not be rated in Bradstrect's or any other financial directory, but he had been told to communicate with tlib^bank at Pincher (y'reck and that there he would acquire the information. He did not do that. Ho wrote to the secretary of the mountain association to find out whothor ho was � niembcr of the Alberta Retail Dealers' Association or not, and when he' found that he was not ho decided'tfiati not being rated in BraciBtion-.for tlio pur pose of endeavoring to prevent those people from engaging in business, which is, to my mind at least, the gravamen of the offence in connection with this charge, anil I therefore, flidering the circumstanoos, have come to the conclusion that, so far as the accused in this case is concerned, he is guilty as charged under the eighth count in the indictment, lieing sub-section D of 498 of the criminal code." James :I^t^gley, an Englishjoian who is making af "criminal record''for himself as fast us he can hcut been committed for trial on a chargo of stealing sixty dollars from a man named Woods, at the Windsor hotel. Hing-ley put Woods who had boozed too heavily, to bed in his (Hingley's) room and proceeded to relieve him of his worldly possessions. Securing about sixty dolliws he found two boon companions whom he took to the river bottom to show them "somo real life." In order to make the grade back to town the party took a hack that was handy, drove the liarscs up to'the city, and left them tied to the tongue of the rig. When arrested Hingley had a nickfl left. Magistrate Humphries si.i-t>t three nights on the case, c:c\uiining twelve \i4tnesse8 and Anally committed Hingley for trial at the Supremo Court sittings of next week. Good /^pw^reLT6REacm /\re vou -me UP? Madeod Court Supreme Court opened at, Macleod Dec. 3rd, before Mr. Justice Snott, About thirty criminal cases were on the dock for trial. A large array of legal talent was on hand to look after tht^r interest, including P. J. Nolan K.C., and R. B. Bennett K.C., from Calgary, A. C. Kemmis from Pincher Creek and W. O. Simmons and C. F. Harris from Lethbridge. LARGE OUTPUT AT THE MILL IjOST Two horses, one roan gelding, and one black gelding, marked with three half circles one above the other on the ksft shoulder. Strayed oi stolf�i from a field a :>iile and a half south of Cos;idale. Fifteen dollars reward for return of this two to W. O. Muir,X'oaMale. �dp The Ellison mill is now running lull capacity. During the past week the output has been at the rate of two hundred and fifty barrels per day of twenty-four hours. The flour is of excellent quality. Manager Green had some bread made from the flour turned out the flrst day and it is as good as the best, being very white and light. Lethbridge flour will soon be known far and wide as the leading bread flour. Wheat has been coming in fast to the elevator, fifteen thousand bushels having been purchased during! the past week. ELEVATOR FULL The Columbia Elevator Co. are not buying grain these days. E.C. Haines, who has charge of the elevator here, was in Enderly, B.C., a.few days ago and found that the company's mills there w^re running at full capacity and had eighteen cars of wheat on the tracks \ifaiting to be unloaded. All their eleVators are full, compell-inig the company to cease buying until the mills catch up with the amount of wheat on hand. Watch for the Daily Herald. THE BEST YET Ruthven Macdonald Canada's Greatest Baritone and Entertainer Accompanied by Mrs. MKdonald PIANIST Wesley Church Thursday, Dec. 12 At 8.30 o'clock ii.oo RESERVED SEATS . General AdmiBsion Adults, 75c  Children, 50c Remember the Date Wanted Half a dozen-bfi^rht, intelligent boys wanted to deliver the Daily Herald in the city. Call at the office on Saturday and see whatwewill offer you HERALD PRINTING CO. WHY D0E5 THE FRUIT MAN PACK THE CHOICE APPLET AT THE ToP OF THE BARREL? 5ECAUJE THE APPLE J AT THE TOP ARE THE FIR JT ONE^ PEOPLE ^EE. APPEARANCE COUNTS. IF APPEARANCE HELP-5 THE FRUIT MAN, WHY WILL NOT APPEARANCE HELP YoU? WE CAN HELP, YOl/R APPEARANCE AND WITH THE^E THINCiJ: A 20TH CENTURY ^UIT IN THE LATENT JTYLE. OR OVERCOAT A W. (J. AND R. ^HIRT IN THIER NEWEST DE^I6N^. A HAWE^ HAT AT $3.00 NEW-SHAPE RE-r CEIVED 5Y EXPRE^^ TODAY. A PAIR OF AMERICAN JHOEJ AT 5.50 MADE 5Y FOOT, ^.CHULZE AND CO. A PAIR OF EN(3LI^H Do6 JKIN 6LOVEJ JILK LINED. RESPECTFULLY, The Bentk} Gmpy, ltd. WHOLESALE AMP RETAl. Prompt Itoliwry . TfkphOMi 33 Only Two More Days at JQIRSrOI'S HRmilll Hlf Here arc a few oMhc Many Bargains m arc fferini:** We are clearing the well-known line of Ooneti, �nd art offering the La Bonita at 80c-a very; pretty French modeL Another is the Hiawatha at 39c. We are rare that this Conet will give you the beat of latistaotion. Alaska Down Comforten, in 2 weights, to dear at $1.90 & 12.35 Special 6 o'clock Tea Covers at each...................i.85o Hen's Shirts in all sizes and qualities at from............ .88e Children's flose-We have 2 lines marked at a pair, lOo and 2Se TORTOISE SHELL CRUBS-A set of four pieces, seUing regularly at 50c, sale price............................. '30o Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars to clear at^............ lOo Ladies'Coats liavc been reduced from 20 to SO per cent G. H. Johnston I Calendars. Ckrislfliaa Cards. Booka. fMmrt; Onmnh^'^'^"' Christmaa Stationery. Art Novelties, Se�vieir .Leatliif|<#i|i. etc. Our stock is now eompletii i� tkeae lioes m4 0�i� fef['' intpeetioA. ' -SM Robertson's Book Slf^iMM 708276 ;