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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta For You can't make Good Cakes and Puddings with poor stale ingredients Get the Best : We Have It NEW FRUITS N�w Svltfta* Rnitins New MvscntcU New Clenntd Currants NEW NUTS Walnuts Almonds Filberts New Crown Table Rnlsins Pen Nuts. Shelled Walnuts NEW PEELS Balgers A 1 grade Citron, Orange, Lemon Shelled Almonds | MIXED PEELS nlrendy cut ready for use in I lb packets | 1 MINCE MEAT "Wetheys" Condensed Miace Meat ia packets. Mince Meat in bulk. "T BLE DELICApiES" Heinz Mustard Dressing, Heiaz Chutney Sauce, Heinz India Relish. "Queen Olives" McLaren's Cheese, Lea V Renins Sauce. Judge Uoek wi,ll proeldo at the sittings of tho Supremo Court hero next week. ..Rnv. C. W. Bishop, of Calgary, is to fcvench at Wesley Church two weeks from Sunday. \V. A. Buchuripii fh'fift rented the residence on Dufferin Street recently vacated by N. T. Mncleod. h. 1\ Snyde r.who recently came here from Montreul with the intention of residing, lias returned enst, having taken a position with the Hank of Nova 8cotia. He UBed to be connected with the Traders and Sovereign Hanks. FINDING OF THE JUDGE. (Concluded from t'ugcl.) �:t Xmas Books Leather Souvenirs Plate Glass Mirrors Dressing Cases High-class Perfumes J.J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. law's tte dayand im' thelnur" wait in Tabur to mail your, cousin* across the sea. on* or more of our many sultablo articles for mailing to distant frlenda auch as LKTIUIItlDOK SOCVKNIR I�OOK-{ LKTS. PHOTO POHT CAHDS OF � 11 KKTUIHtllXJK AND VICINITY. TUCK'S KINK MIT CAL.MNDAUS IVOUY AND KMIJOSHKl) C1IK1ST-MAS CARDS BUUNT LKATIIICR SOUVENIRS. Ca�t a ballet lor A. E. East en en Monday. T. W. Hanruhan Tuesday. W. Stood, of Cardston, was In tho city on Tuesday. ltishop HnrVer of Magrath wob In the rights of tho public, to their own business In tho manner which they sec At. If this firm did not desire to make profits in selling lumber to the city of Edmonton or in Helling lumber to the city of Calgary, that wus a matter of thcrtr own concern, and It was not In the Interests of the public that the members of this association assumed to bull-dew this particular individual In regard to tho manner in which he should conduct his business. Various other Instances wore brought forward in which practically the sumo class of thing was done. U N W A It It ANT AII L.K 1N T I'.lt-FHIIKNCU '�The local direct or at lethbridge assumed to write to tho manufacturers anil stuU> that a man was not financially responsible. What right had the local director at t^ylhbrldge to Interfere with a man who was endeavoring to start,u lumber business In the city of l.ethl>rid;e> What right had the Allierta association to take up that question and decide as to the financial responsibility of a man who wanted to start buniness at Lethbridge? What right have they to take up the transactions of a man who wanted to start a small yard at the town of Pincher C'r.ek and who had been for a number of years engaged as a clerk or an assistant in the lumber business in that place? Sup|k>sing that he docs start with small 'capital? Supposing that th >ne wen were poor, that they were not financially responsible, what business is it of the Alberta Retail Dealers Association to prevent them cngag [ ing in business in that capacity These are the questions th**t �jvu appealed to me li> tlw conduct of thin Hingley Committed. Jnmcs Ijingley, an Knglishnutn who s making" a' criminal record for himself as fast us ho can has been committed for trial on a charge 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 (Hlnglcy's) room nhd proceeded to relieve him of his worldly possessions. Sccur-ng about sixty dollars he found two boon companions whom he took to the river bottom to show them "some real life." In order to make the grade back to town tho party took hack that was handy, drove the harses up to'the city, and left them Hod to the tongue of the rig. When arrested Hingley had a nickel left. Magistrate Humphries �j.�-nt three nights on the cose, cxunlning twelve witnesses and Anally committed Hingley for trial at the Supreme Court sittings of next week. Macleod Court Supreme Court openctl at, Macleod l>cc. 8rd, before Mr. Justice Scott, About thirty criminal cases were on the dock for trial. A large nrray of legal talent was on hand to look after their interests, including V. .1. Nolan K.C., and It. 11. Dennett K.C., from Calgary, A. C. Kemmls from Pincher Creek arid W. C. Simmons and C. V. Harris from Lwthbridgc. u4 'lifts? REJOLVEDJ Good APfVWELT&RfeACH THElbpoRSpvyrtieRE . ARE VOU ON THE WAY BUSTER BROW/^. ' rRientii�b.svTMiBvmRMovNe�.eiiitMt. LARGE OUTPUT AT THE MILL The Ellison mill is now running full capucity. 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 (lour turned out the first 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 duringi the past week. ELEVATOR FULL J. D. Higinbotham & Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists Vote 1 for man. A. E. Easton for alder- Mrs. A. Southard will not receive on Friday. Dr. O. .T. Court ico went to Taber last night. Donun liros. sold two hundred head of cuttle to liutcr & McLean. O. Hoss Tale has pluced a fine electric flush sign in front of his store. Don't forget to mark an X opposite A. E. Eaeton's name on Monday. Supt. Price, of Cnlgury. who stn--cuuds R. It. .lumieson, was in the �city this week on his first official vi-�lt. Tnos. IjowIs, a hobo, was arrested for vagrancy but turned loose to And ball. Failing to turn up on time, policeman Gillespie nabbed hjm again �ndt he was sent up for ten days. The fire brigade had a run the Hrick &. Terra Cotta Co.'s yard on Sunday morning. Tho roof of tho big kiln had caught flro- Tho hoso reel company were soon on tho scene and quenched the Humus before any great dumngc was dono. Lost Sunday was 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. K. C. Raines has returned from Kndorby, B.C., where a lot of wheat from this district is being made into flour. The company's elevator here has already received twice as much wheat as last year. The elevator .is now full. John Gipsen is charged with attempting to commit assault to do grievous bodily harm on Baroness If. .1. Jloran of the Bell Telephone Co. is in tho city. Tho lWmrd of Trade olllces will bo located in tho Whitney block in a few days. .1. Nicoll. formerly of I*>thbi--Iga. is a candidate for Aldcrmun In Bat-tleford. E. A. (.'., of Moosomin, has declined appointment as a district Judge. James Kiske has announced his intention of erecting a large block on Burdctt St. next spring. Alf. FiUdlor, tho well-known Calgary baseball fiend, Is n candidate for alderman in thaf city. Tho many friends of Mrs. Adam Link will lie glad to hear that si .endJng a few days with Cranbrook frio.i.l) ihe rust week.-Cranbrook Herald. W. II. Snico, tho Wurnor merchant, was a visitor to the city yesterday.-W. Li. Thompson, tho Spring Coulee fanner, was in tho city yesterday. Inspector llolchor and his family loft on Tuusday morning for Edmnn. ton, where they will in future reside. Miss Jessie llolchor leaves for England on the 18th to continue her music studies. Invitations are out for the wedding of Jumes Kinniburgh apri, Mury, the taken by this association to endeavor to prevent private individuals who had not anything to do with their association up to that time, so far as they possibly could at least, for engaging in business. Now, wo find most al>surd reasons given in re-gun! to this. We find a manufacturer who was brought here as a witness ittating that so fur as the dealer at Pincher Creek was concerned that he gnvaily Herald, A W. 6. AND R. SHIRT IN THIER NEWEST DESIGNS. A HAWES HAT AT $3.00 NEW SHAPE RECEIVED 5Y EXPRESS TODAY. A PAIR OF AMERICAN SHOES AT 5.50 MADE 5Y FOOT, SCHULZE AND CO. A PAIR or ENGLISH DOG SKIN GLOVES SILfc LINED. RESPECTFULLY, The Hartley Company, Ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 THE BEST YET Ruthven Macdonald Canada's Greatest Baritone and Entertainer Accompanied by Mrs. Macdonald PIANIST GIVES FALSE RKASON He was a business man and he knew very well under those circumstances, tho mun would not he rated in Hradstrort's or any other financial directory, but he had been told to communicate with tlw bank at Pincher {.'rook and that there ho would acquire the information. Ho did not do that. Ho wrote to tho socrctury of the mountain association to find out whether he was a momber of tlw Alberta Itotail Dealers' Association  not, and when he found that he was not he decided' that, not bcliiR 'rated in llruds*root's, ho was not entitled to kviI luuilwr. He said he �ot a report. It is not necessary to decide w to whether that was true or not, l,ecnus,\ lie was a business man who knew exactly what tho report would ln> iMifoi'i; ho got it or lief ore he askt'd for it. and his action showed thut he hud some other reason except the one that ho Rave f.or tho notion that h,> took. This, howover Is not iinportuiit so far as that is concerned, because hu is not a member of this association, but I simply montion it as showing the actions that were taken by tha Alberta He-tail Deulers' Association for tho pur poso of endcuvorinfj to prevent those |ieoplo from engaging in business, which is. to my mind at least, tho gravamen of the offence in connection with this charge', ami I therefore, eidering the circumstances, have coma to the conclusion that, so far as tho accusud in this case is concerned, he is guilty as charged under tho eighth count in the indictment, lieing sub-section 1) of 498 of tho criminal coilo." Wesley Church Thursday, Dec. 12 At 8.30 o'clock � I RESERVED SEATS - 11.00 General Admission Adults, 75c . Children, 50c Remember the Date for carryinig on the large n general entertainer has fow equals, which will undoubtedly come to a \ Mrs. Macdonald is a very clever pl-torekeeper in that prosperous com- > aniat. The proceeds of the concert munity. | will go to the pipe organ fund. enjoying such suramerlike weather here. When he left Regina on Sunday morning the thermometer registered eight below sero. I,OST Two horses, one roan gelding, and ono black gelding, marked with three half circles ono above the othor on the left shoulder. Btrayod oi stolon from a field a ?>ila and a half south of Coaldale. Fifteen dollars reward for return of the two to W. O. Mulr, Coaldale. 36*10 Boys Wanted Half a dozen, blight, 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. Only Two More Days at JOHNSTON'S UOGMN SHI Here are a few of the Many Bargains wi arc offering :~ We are clearing the well-known line of .Corsets, and arc offering the La Bonita at 80c-a very pretty French model. Another is the Hiawatha at 89c. We are sure that this Corset will give you the best of satisfaction. Alaska Down Comforters, in 2 weights, to clear at $1.00 & $2.35 Special 5 o'clock Tea Covers at each....... .............86c Men's Shirts in all sizes and qualities at from.............39o Children's Hose-We have 2 lines marked at a pair, 10c and 25c TORTOISE SHELL CRUBS-A set of four pieces, selling regularly at SOc, sale price..............................30o Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars to clear at.............10c Ladles' Coats have been reduced from 20 to SO per cent G. H. Johnston Calendars, Christmas Cards, Books, Pictures, Gramoi&Ofjtt* Christmas Stationery, Art Novelties, Souveair Leather) Go4m|sv etc. Our stock is aow complete ia these lines and opes for '?f*|tf inspection. : Robertson's Book Store PHONE 251 1st Door Woet Union ;