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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta For the xmfls coohing 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 NUTS Walnuts Almonds Filberts New Crown Table Raisins Pea Nuts 1 Shelled, { Walnuts 1 NEW PEELS Balgers A 1 grade Citron, Orange, Lemon Shelled Almonds MIXED PEELS already cut ready for use in lib packets HUTTON AT THE HEAD OF THE FAIR Elected Is Succeed D. J. Whitney as President cf Board ANNUAL MEETING IS HELD IsiporUnt Reports on Finances were Pre-, sented to the Directors The Council Chamber was well flll-ed with members of tin- Ix'lhbrldge and district Agricultural Society nt its nnnual general meeting on Monday ninhl. D.ivld .J. Whitney, the esteemed president, whs in the chair. After the minutes hu�I been ivml tlu:lOO.O0| for passenger trnflie at 1'Yrt S.iskateh-2:t00.00 j ewnn. The matter was referred to arbitration and the board is now sitting at Heg'ma. l.ientenant-liovernor Hulyoa, who was Minister of Public Works nt the time, and Sidney 11. Woods, Deputy Attorney General, are ()0 ; in attendance. 101.70' 1000.00 1120.10 r RESOLVED! THE TOP WHOlSNTWCLL DRESSED. *>U AUJSTKAVE jGooO APPftRZUto REACH TfcEToP OR S^YTHCRE ARE YOU OiN THE WAY UP 7 BUSTER bROWN. ipaafssJ ~irnienriM.ByntefeutTtK�Mvi�eo.CHicAeo. .Ai"WETt�. tia WHY DoE-S THE FRUIT MAN PACK THE CHOICE APPLE-5 AT THE TOP OF THE BARREL? BECAUSE THE APPLETS AT THE TOP ARE THE T\KST ONE.S PEOPLE .SEE. APPEARANCE CoUNTJ. IF APPEARANCE HELP-S THE FRUIT MAN, WHY WILL NOT APPEARANCE HELP YoV? WE CAN HELP YOUR APPEARANCE AND WITH THEJE THING-S: 70.10. 1 SI 2.00' Mrs. BOWVILLE. Hubert llurns has returned to I her home near llnvvvillc. Mrs. llurns :i07:t.2:i| recently mad.- a short visit to I'nited 2 100.00 States. lnsiir- Xmas 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" to mail your cousins across the sea one or more of our tunny suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as l.KTllllltll'OK S()( VKNIU HOoK-l.KTS, PHOTO POST CAKDS OF I.F/ITIlimnc.K AMI VICINITY. II CK'S FINK AIM' CALKXD.VHS 1VOKY AND KMHONSHU C11UIST MAS CAUIIS HI' UNT LKATIIKH SOP V I'.N I US. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists T0 TAX C.P.R. LANDS Another Move to be Made by Alberta and Saskatchewan I Ivlwiird He> nobis purchased a 1151.80 ' imrsj from A. Carlson last w,\. J00.001 Jlr. A. Carlson sold or traded a 11,100.38 , t01) m of horses to I Vie llowser liw�l Deficit 8J155.0S week. W. O. Iliiltoli. chairman of the: .Misses Iteim nod I'eln YVnymmi call grounds coliimitti>o, read a report of cd on Mrs. l.ukens last we��k. the work done by the committee (hi- \ MovvvilU ring the .Near. Tho e\|�eadiuire to- for �lulled, up $:i,07:i.8:i. the items of A 20TH CENTURY JUIT IN THE LATENT JTYLE. OR OVERCOAT Vcgreville, Altu.. Dec. II-At a Liberal banquet here an important statement was made bv Attornev Gen- , . . eral Cross with respect to the t.�nti�.n I .I.a.m,mB UIW! 831.00 'I'en men are employed at present. 400.15 AllhiiUKh Ui.-re is a competitor near 10.00 called ilu- Hell mine which will have 80.75 jjooil coal as soon as they get far of the C.P.R. lands. He stated lhat1 n,,,U,nc0 l'"11'1^ of founds 2:15.85 . ther bick. Mr. StnfTord has about in conjunction with the Saskatchewan ' Sll>H'n ISI"K �'"' ^'"m work .151.25 the best coal at present and all are T. W gdVcrniiiciit (lie Alberlu }.�vernmeiit will institute a new action against ' i,,K ""' A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. Jus. Fiske urri\ed from Ok- >ii'ks on .Monday J J. Scott was eleeter Mayor of I'iiicher Creek by ucelamation. I^v. \\. A U-wis. HA., of Miicleod m.i.-. in the city yesterday. It 11. Heimctt. K.C., of Calgary, is in the city in attendance at the Supreme Court sittings. A residence for .1 nines Hose Is un-�ler course of en-ction at tlw cornur 01' HartleW. and llulleiin Sts. I:. K. A. lvech, of Hnilidon, In-�>|�-ctor of Dominion Lands Agencies, i* 111 the cily attending court. TI10 Collector of Customs intimates 1I11U if the following part tft call at Hi.- Customs OtTici- they will hear .something to their advantage. The Morris Transfer Co., S. A. Salid, K. \ . Caijiage, Diiriman, II. D. King W. Crissie. The Henchers of Alberru met at Kdmonton lust wtvk. C. F. P. Co-nvlieare, K.C., attended and was elected vice pivsident. .Ins. Muir, K. C (.'algary, is pi-esideiit. 11. (!. Tay h>i K.C , who has Iveii created tx district jiuim-, reKigiieil as u Hencher and i;. 1'. McNeill. Macleod was eho-s"ii to succeed him. John Kenny Sunduy. Mrs. Harford returned ICust this morning. was home for ovoi McCaughort v asked concern-! well satisfied as the Stafford mine balance of ptirchnsu of bus the cool on top of a hill and a the CP.lt. with respect to the taxa- [ �'""'�'*� ""' '"'"'g satisfactor-, good v..I of scales. ti�li of the lands granted to that eor-!''-v ,'x',|l,il""1 ''-v w- 1''�'�"" and, Mrs. (i. Peterson, her son Pline. poration through their charter. This i(i' M' U"ul' Th*' lvl",rl Ma{M "n,l Miss U,l�" "nindroll .vent to amioiuieeiiielit was greeted with most iU,nl '" ''"'"bcr* the value of Clnivsholm Dec. 8. Mrs. IVterson enthusiastic approval, which was re-i"'l'erty hold by the society is went on to (algary on business, the pealed when the attorney general mi- | with liabilities amounting to "-st of tile party lvturning to How- nounceil that the C.P.R. had justj*10"" '�'�v�>g " capital �tock of ville the following day. from the paid $ I'J 1.0-10 in taxes to the inee for their brunch lines. SI 1,025. The I K. Noiiivo and .Mi's. Nourso1 I C. ( left on the Oyer this inorniu^ to make a wivl�'s visH in Spokane. 1(. P. Wallac. the Tuber luirrist.-r, who has bevn in the city this weok was accompanied by Mrs. Wallace. K. I^'ck comuieiiccil work today at errel' 1 1 of a new residence on Cralib St. lictwoi'U Court land and Hoiupus \V. C. Liphardt, formerly of Letb-bridge, has donated 11 handsome silver trophy to the Macleod Curling Club for coiiijh titiou. W. ./. .lohiis'tmie, assistant Jiost-Inaster of Medieiiu' Ilal. s|>ent Sunday visiting hi.-, sister, Mrs May. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. N'avin and child came up from Medicine Hat nt the end of the iv.-k. Mrs. Navin wfll re main for some time at her homelier.- The Hank of Commcnv .stall is wealing ''the smile that won't come off'' jm't now. Kver.v body was treated to a nice little bonus us a Christina.-, remembrance. .1. W. .Martin, Dominion Lands Inspector, is in the city. His many friends here ivy ivfU-d to hear I hut \ ),H.,| s|,. Muster Harold inu- been ill with ly- ),.,,,] ,l| RANCHER SHOT Looks Like an Attempt at On Manitoba Ranche Grand View, Man., Dec. II I i> said t be a deliberate attempt nt murder developed in the Riding Mountains, when James Tillsoii, of Hird Tail Valley Ranche, was shot in the leg while talking with four hunters. Two other hunters appeared on the opposite flunk of the hill nnd tired four shots point blank from express lilies into tin- party, striking Tillson. After Tillson fell the two Puvvsotl men lied. So fur they have not bei-n apprehended, though the provincial police are now scouring the district. --- GOES TO JAIL prov- 1 w" '""' f,,nceK cost g-150, the The Hoard of Trustees for I'-iwville i stabling ?2.0(iil. the grand stand School District No. 1528. will hold 181750, Inhibition Hull, 81,000. Iji- Christmas. -What duiiiie; th;- y,.ar. j To make the llowvilh* News inter- For llv office of President Win. Ol- e-t:ng, don't Is- "Jg'i'1 11,1 iver and \\ . O. Ilultoii. fli-wt and si-c- n,'us ol" s�"11- *aim that news ond vice-presidents were nominated, spremls faster in !'. iv\ilk- than any- A W. 6. AND R. .SHIRT IN THIER NEWEST DE^IGN^. A HAWE.S HAT AT $3.00 NEW-5HAPE RECEIVED 5Y ZXPKZSS TODAY. A PAIR or AMERICAN SHOES AT 5.50 MADE BY FOOT, .SCHULZE AND CO. A PAIR^ OF ENGLISH DO(3 ^KIN GLoVEJ iILK LINED. RESPECTFULLY, The Benttey Company, Ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 The foriiior >n Hall. District President. Sber man is presidiag nil about twenty- |. seven ik�lei;ntes niv in at t mi Inner. j Mr. Davidson of Sandim, B.C.. is u. frateiiia! delegntu from Distriet No. i 0. This morning was occupied in seleiting commilte's. NAVIGATION CLOSES. (By Western Associated Press) Saillt Ste Millie, Mich.. Dee. II - Navigntion is practically closed, although the Canadian locks will In-kept open a short time. The estim- Only Two More Days at JOHNSTON'S BARGAIN Mil | Here are a few of the Many Bargains we are offering We are clearing the well-known C.B.C. line of Corsets, and are ofTering the Ln Ltonita at 80c-a very pretty French model. Another is the Hiawatha nt liSte. We ure sure that this Corset will give you the best of satisfaction. 'Alaska Down Comforters, in 2 weights, to clear at 1.90 & $2.35 Special 5 o'clock Tea Covers tit each....................85c Men's Shirts in all sizes and qualities at from.............39c Children's Hose-We have 2 lines marked at a pair, 10c and 25c TORTOISE SHELL CEUBS A set of four pieces, selling regularly at 50c, sale price..............................30o Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars to clear at............10c Ladies' Coats have been reduced from 20 to SO per cent. H. Johnston ateil tonn.-ipe drawn through t!i. during l!'il7 vv;is about lift millions, ati increase of about millious over l'.lliii. LOST Mac'eth mid .(. W. Ppointed auditors. -.iiu a voi|i of thanks l-'iiirlield and (J. 10. A Moonlight Dance LINE COMPLETED they may l� jairmiUed to celebrate ' each month nt '2 p.m. und on the their, golden wedding. Dr. Oulbniilh is now locatod in his fine now residence ut t)l-l Itodputh St. His office is located there too. Mrs. Stevenson, of Kdmonton, is ! tho tfuost of Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham | Mrs. Higinbotham hud a few ladlei ' in last week to meet her gutist. Jilton, fourth Sunday at 8 p.m. -,-4- Dr. F. 11. Wheeler, of Moose Jaw. (By Western Associated Press) Regina, Dec. JL-The Canadian Northern line (nun Regina to Bran- will oppose W. K. Knovvles for tho j don was completed to-day noon. The (louse of Commons in that district, "toel laying gang approached with-Hugh Murray, grand secretary of in half a mile of the city last night tho Masonic order is dead, af Ham- this morning the remaining dis-Qui, [tance was covered^. Tivii horses, one roan gidding, undone black eehljnu. marked Willi three half circles one above the oilier on the l.-ft shoulder. Sn rayed oi iring president said s-lolen from a field a " ik-report t-'iive but a and a half south of Couhlule. J-'ii-slichl idea of th,- work don,, by the le.-n dollars reward for return of Ihei exeeirtive duiiiiu; ilie past .Near. Kigkt two to \V. (1. Muir,, 'Coaldale. '_'Hdp � �en meet inns had lo he held and at___] all the diieoiors had worked harmon j iously in I he interests of the Sock-ty. As an instance the tenders for the! grand stand were considered too high. The directorK decided to do it by day labor and as a result the society was saved a good sum. He suggested that u portion of the receipts each year as n savings account for the purpose of reducing the loan debt thai had been contraided. Another suggestion was that events should be pulled off beforu the grand stand butween the races to get over the long delays that were so tedious. Ho paid tribute to the industry of WHAT ii YGU WILL uu man Monday, Dec. 16 At K. of P. Hall TO SEND? Gents.' Ticket $1.25 ladies free Dance given amd conducted by Miss Winifred Hill lefreshmeits. India begin �*5 P-m- The time is drawing near to ship your presents for the East. Have you seen our stock of Books, Calendars, Cards and Fancy Goods ? '' Robertson's Book Store PHONE 251 1st Door West Union Banfc. ;