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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta For inc Xmas Coohinq You can't make Good Cakes and Puddings with poor stale ingredients Get the Best : : We Have It NEW FRUITS New Sultana Raisins New Muscatels New Cleaned Currants New Crown Table Raisins NEW NUTS Walnuts Almonds Filberts Pea Nuts I Shelled. I Walnuts NEW PEELS Balgers A 1 grade Citron, Orange, Lemon Shelled Almonds MIXED PEELS already cut ready for use in lib packets )| 1 MINCE MEAT "Wetheys" Condensed Mince Meat in packets. Mince Meat in bulk. "T BLE DELICACIES" Heinz Mustard Dressing, Heinz Chutney Sauce, Heinz India Relish. "Queen Olives" McLaren's Cheese, Lea & Rerrins Sauce. A. Macdonald (& Co. j(mas Books \ Leather Souvenirs Plate Glass Mirrors . Dressing Cases High-class Perfumes J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. "How's the day and now's the hour" i,o mail your cousins across the spa one or. more of our many suitable articles for iiiailinf^ to tlistaiit friends such as LKTHUfUOGK SOIVIINIU BOOKLETS, I'HOIO POST CAUDS OF UJTllKUmOK AND VICIMTY. TliCK'S FINK AKT CALKNDAUS lyOlIY AND KMUOSSFD CIIKIST-aiAS CARDS ULI4NT LFATIIKH SOi:\ ENIHS. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing 'Chemists HUnON AT lUE HEAD OF THE FAffi Ekded to Succeed D. J. Whibiey u Prr sident cf Board ANNUAL MEeTiNG is HELD laportant Repoib on Fiinces were Plre-i terted it Ae IKredors 40.95 136.95 891.50 847.95 1725.75 411.00 40.00 132.00 9g5.30 33.05 TP TAX CM LANDS Another Move to be Made by Alberta and Saskatchewan A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. Jas. Fiske arrived from Ok-1)1 oks on Jtomlay. J. J. Scott was elpcter Mayor of I'iucher Creek by acclamation. licv. W. A. Lewi.9, B.A., of Macleod �was in the city yesterday. n. n. Bennett, K.C., of Calgary, is ill the city in at'tendatice at the Sii-lironie Court sittings, A residence for James Rose is un-. King W. Crissie. The Benchers of Alboi'ra met at Mdmonton last week. C. F. P. Co-nyboarc, K.C., nt'tonded and was elected vice presidcnit. Jus. Muir, K. C. Calgary, is president. II. C. Tuy lor, K.C, who has l>ocn ci-eated a (lislriot ju(l(.!ic, resigned as a Bencher and K. 1'. AUNeill, Alucleod wa.^ cho-st>n to s\icccotl him. K. I'. Pi-'t'tipii'C'.', organizer of tliQ Dominion Tradfs and Laltor Congress is in the city to ubl.pnd the-Jlincr's convention and extend fraternal greetings. lie will alscj extend an invitation I..0 tlio IMine Workers to ulTilinto with tlio Trades Congress. A. C. SfcKcen, orgii.nizer of the Or-dtr of Owls, is in the city and organizing a .Vest in Ihi.s city at 3 o'clocl'i, on Sunday afttrnoiii m>.vt. Ml-. aiclCevn has I in.'.ti-lulcd three large Nests recently, Nel-.son with 258 moniljcrs, Crunhrook with 117, and Fernic with 105. A numlxjr of the friends of Mr. and 31Vs. R. Miminons assembled at their homo on Saturday evening, the occasion being the twnjt. The Herald, with -the friends of'Mr. and Mrs. Nimmons, extends cfingralulatlons nnd truf^ts John Kenn,)' was home for over Sunda,v. Airs. Harford returned from the Kast this morning. C. G. K. Nourse and Mi's. Nourso loft on the flyer this morning to make a week's visit in Spokane. R. 1'. Wallace*, the Taber barrister, who has been in the city this week was accompanied by Mrs. Wallace. VogreviHe, Alta., Dec. 11.-At a Liberal banquet here an important statement was made by Attorney General Cross with respect to the taxation of the C.P.R. lands. He stated that in conjunction with the Saskatchewan government the Alberta ^ovemmfent will institute a new action against the C.P.R. with respect to the taxation of the lands granted to that corporation through their charter. This announcement'was greeted with most enthusiastic approval, which was repeated when the attorney general announced that the C.P.R. had just paid $121,640 in taxes to the province for their branch lines. The Council Chamber was well .filled with mendjors of the Lethbridgo and District Agricultural Society at its annual general meeting on Monday night. David J-. Whitney, the estwjmcd president, was in the chair. After the minuties had bwn read the statement of receipts and ex|wnditures was presented as follows: i RECEIPTS Cash in Bund, Judge, Insurance, etc. 1154.86 Secretary's Salary 200.00 11,409.38 Deficit W'. O. Hutton, chairman of the grounds commit toe, read a report of the work done b.v the committee during the year. The expenditure to-talletl up $3,073.83, the items of which are: lUiildings contracted Maiterial used Days' Labor Employed Surveying Painting and decorating Balance purchase of grounds SuiJcrvising and .team work T. W. McCau^hert.v asked concerning the balance of purchase of grounds, the item being satisfactorily explained by W. O. Hutton and G. M. Hatch. The r�.>popt stated the grounds committee and Wm. Oliver chairman of the ways and means committoe. The srcretui-y had done l( groat amount of we iver and W. O. Hutton, fli-st, and sec- o^^� ^O"'* t'"**^ ond vicc-pi-esidents Wore nominated.  �l"'T^'� '��'*�'' Howilk- than any. The former decliiwd as fio had alixia-1 �he.v around but we try ta g^H dy held the position and believed i"**^''''^'''""^'' that the odice should pass around and make sure of wlivr.' the news comes from.- MINERS IN CONVENTION GOES TO JAIL (By Western Associated Press) i'oit .\rthur, Dec II.-Investigation was made into ttie tlieft of merchandise from tlie Canudiaii Nortiiern sheds- liere implicating Charles Carroll, employee of a well known commission man, and Rrgiiuild Newman, riocal shed checker, of dteuiinp, was leard all day yesterday, before Mufr- phoid fevcr an'd is still, in a l>i'etar-^ ii.i,.r,t,.. Dobie. Judgnii'iit passed tlii.s morning comniitlinit (.'anoll lo nine wa.s ious condition. The Frnt.ornal Order of Eagles cl.^ct| montlKS in Ceiilral. Sentence cd thfse olTicers "for 1V)08:-\V. I'l'^'St., | ^,j^pL,,,di.d against Ni'Wnian. S. O. Davies; W. V. Prest., T. Pluur, i _^__ annlancr. Held was eloct-..(l first vice-president. , m,. Davidson of Sandon, B.c.. is a Win. Oliver and i;. M. Hatch were no f,.u^e,.,n. delegate from District No. minated for the s,.cond vico-prosiden-, c. 'ci^is niorning was occupied in cy, the latter Iving eloctvd. 1 f", selecting committees. said that the rea.'-oir why they had:__^-.-- honored him was because they had never honoivd him before while as Mr. (JIi\er had .'-luted he had had honors before. Hi' proir^'.sed to pusli the society for uli lie was worth. The retiring pi-i'siili'iu was elected llonor,-a,ry pnf.sideni. The dircrl nrs i NAVIGATION CLOSES. W. Chniplain, \V. A|>ple))y; -Sec'y., 'i". G. White; Tivas., \\. ,]. I'luiir; Inside {,'iiard, D. lJuloy; Ouisido Gurad A. E. Neidig-; Physician, P. W. Toiler. F. \. C'ursoM of Calgary, organizer of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen was in the city on Dec. 8tli and organized the Crow's Nest Lodge No. 785. The following olfic-ers Were olecttKJ and installed; Past Master, A. W. Wilson; Master, C. 1'. Kroning; Vice Master, E. R. Mcintosh; Conductor, F. H. Laniptsburg;' Warden, H. Fitzsiinnioos, Inner Guard, M. Hendricks; Outer Guaitl, G. A. Tapp; Financier, R. W. Bar-cloy; Secretary, Waldron McKay. Lodge meets on the 2nd Sunda.v of I Trolley Line For Strathcona ' Sti-atlienna, Dec. II. -Tliat the j Slratlieona Kadinl Tramway Coiii-i puny is in earnest in their iiiteiition 1 to constraot tlie radial tramway line i for whieli they have received the franchise from Strntlieoiia, is siiown by their latest move.. The president o ftlie conip.'iny, John Walter, has been instructeiV to got out this winter three miles of sleepers for tlie new lilie, and to that end Mr. Wiilters is now up the river making selections of the best ties. It will require l),000 for the thre^ miles. they nmy lie iwrmtttwl to celebrate ooch month ot 2 p.m. and on the their, golden wedding. Dr. Galbraith Is now locatwl in his fine now residence at 0X4 Rndpath St. His ofliee is located there too. j fourth Sunday at 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Whoeler, of Moose Jaw, will oppose W. E. Knowles for the LINE COMPLETED Mrs. Stevenson, of Edmonton, is House of Commons in that district. tlv� guest of Mrs. J. V. Higinbotham I Hugh Murray, grand sec,^ot�.y of Mrs. Higinbotham hart a few la.licijtbo Masonic order is dead, af Ham-in Ia�t w�k to meet her gufcst. ["ton. Out. (By Western Associated Press) Regina, Dec. H.-The Canadian Northern line from Regina to was completed td-day noon. The steel laying gang approached within half a mile of the city last night and this morning the remaining distance was covered^ (By Western Associated Press) Sault Sto Marie, Mich., Doc. 11.- Navigation is practically closed, although the Canadian locks will be kept oiK'ii a short time. The estim-�ted Were:-G. 10. j nted tonnage drawn tlirough the loclcs, A. K. Hnm-llihrie.s, .Mi('.iii^;l!,r(y, Cook, I'aw-ison, W. II. Il..rv,.y. I Ifagell, 11. Macleth nnd .T. W. 1 l',iiwd,>n wi'iv apiminled auditors. In uckiKiwIcdL'ing a vote of thanks i half nunvil \>y \\. II. Kairficlil and G. E. j the lfeiiu>lr.\ k. I lie reiiring president sairl thai I he nnmial it'port gave but a slight iden of \W work done b.^� the eXL'cutive during I he [last .year. Eigkt etm meetings hail to bo hcUl and at all the direotors had worked hariiion iously in the inti'iests of the Societ.v. As an instance the tenders for the grand .stand wore considered too high. The directoi-s decided to do it by day labor an�cing the loan debt that had been contraioteil. Another suggestion was that events should bo pulled oft boforw the grand stand between the races to get OVW the long delays that wero so tedious. Ho paid tribute to the industry of LOST 'IVo horsv>s, one roan gelding, nnd one lilacK gelding, marked with three circles one above the other on fcft shoulder. S'trayed oi fc-tolen from n field a pmI.' and a half south of Coaldale. Fifteen dollars rewaivl lor return of the two to W. O. Muir,, Coaldale. 28dp Ohly Two More Days at JOHISiaR'S URiilUI SUE Here are a few of the Many Bargains we are ofTerinji We are clearing the well-known C.B.C. line of Corsets, and are offering the La Bonita at 80c-a very pretty French model. Another is the Hiawatha at 39c. We are sure that this Corset will give you the best of satisfaction. \A.laska Down Comforters, in 2 weights, to clear at $1.90 & $2.35 Special 5 o'clock Tea Covers at each....... .............85c Men's Shirts in all sizes and quijilities at from.............39c Children's Hose-We have 2 lines marked at a pair, 10c and 25c TORTOISE SHELL GRUBS -A set of four pieces, selling regularly at 50c, sale price..............................3(]io Ladies' Eipbroidered Linen Collars to clear at............10c Ladies' Coats have been reduced from 20 to 50 per cent. G. H. Johnston Si 1 i If ii T A Moonlight Dance WILL liE HELIJ Monday, Dec. 16 At K. of P. Hall Gents; TicietSUS ladies Free Dance given �nd conducted by Miss Winifred Hill lifmbMiti. hidii kqJM It I p.B. YDU GaiNG TB SEND? The time is drawing neor to ship your presents for the East. H�vtt; , you seen our stock of Books, Calendar*, Cards and Fancy Goodf^ , Robertson's Book Store PHONE 251 Ist Door West Union Ba^; '1, 4 ;