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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY." Toilet Sets We have a large and well-selected Stock of Toilet Sets at prices to suit all pockets, also Patterns and Styles to suit all Tastes. Nelson (& Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE mm OTIS OFF Cml Action to FoDow in the Taber Case PAPERS FOR DEFENCE Arfiaol Bdweca Cmdl Takes Phce AUTUiMomiBf T^ke Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their flue flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 ':c):o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:m'o:o:c-; GANYMEDE never served the gods with nectar so delicious as the beverages prepared by the Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Co., Ltd. Our ginger ale, sarsparilla, citntni and lemon soda, ironbrxsw, etc., aru unexcelled for theijf luscious flavor, their purity and invigorating qualities. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. TOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISllD BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS FRED. ROONBY, - PROP. 600D ACCOMMOOAriON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC liXCEUENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES, $t.SO A DAY 4 I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA For Real Estate values FJRB AND LITE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. O. W. KERR CO. have opened offioM in the Oliver BlocK, Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wiieat Lands Gome and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also a fsw choice sections in Warner district. T. S. MeKENZlE. Loeal MaMger. Have you seen The Daily Herald At the opening of the Supreme Court this morning the Taber case was again taken up. L. M. Johnstone for the Crown, referred to the turn affairs had taken yesterday Intimating that the Crown was preiMr-cd to prove iheir case of violation of tiru.vt. 1{. B. Bennett .said that no expected the turn events had taken, 'Ihij tliroo defendants vera prepared to hand over the 'rtiiteutcnt of sail's, receipts and expendi'tures, the ;>.'.,ney on hand, some |3,00u of which they have kept intact, and tlie stiite:ient of amount still Jue, :ii>iiie Ijf'J.OOO. 'J'lioy had accepted tho trust on in-half of their own pi-oplo and licid handled the money f.ii tlinin. Tb^ji had given five acres for a park, the samu for a church, un acre for a W"oll WILL BE BIG HOTEL Coaidale ! Have Three-Stsrey One in tkt Spring Work on the enlargement of ttao Coaldulc Hotel will be commenced IB the spring. The plans have been prepared and an inspection of then jirovrs th^t the new structure will be a credit to the city. Another storey will be added to tlie entin building, increasiing the number ol rooms to fifty.- The entire ground floor will be novaitcd and overhauled. The hotel otnoa will ho'^enlargcd and tako tB the present bar. The bar will o�ea-py space in a portion of the rcst��' rant, the lattcf being extended to the rear. A comer entrance will be made to the Roy Liquor Store. The cntraBOe to the hotel will be entirely changed as well. SEND-OFF TO McARTHUR Popular Coal^e Fanner Leam for North DakoU D. J. Mc.Vrthur who has boon mam-aging the American Farm, near Coal' dale, during the past sca.son Icavee tonight for his home in North I*-ko'ltt. Mr. aicArthur is a broLlier ui V. II. McArthur, of the Groat Most Land Co. and along with elevi.-n Da k.ota farmers formed a company �Bd bought three s'o'oUons of lan.l last and hod expended $'J,r>00 in public | f,^ll fj|,jj, y^ar they had ."iJO uc improvements in the park, for grand under crop and report a goo.l yield stand, grading, etc. A. F. Stewart who has heeii iictJijI C. F. P. Conylieare in reply stated l^s associate manager .vill !K Aries to enter civil suit. R. B. Bennett called the attentic of the judge to the fuct that the ings between the Crown and the peo> pie had been made by tho trusteco. The trustees had entered into bOBd, Russell for $1,000 and the other tor tROO but the bonds had not been com pleted as the''people did nat put up the money which the bonds were to be for. The defence are preparad to accept service for civil prooeedinge ae suggested. They will of course have to have access to the Crown's papore 8(1 as to prepare tho ntatement which vipald take at least twenty-fo�r hours. Tho judge said that no good end would be gained by prosecuting tile criminal suit as either the acquittal or conviction of tho accused \mm the Crown where thcj- were before. The defence would have to have the papers as tho onus of the statetfCBt was on ttic defendants The Judge decided that the prose--cution draw up an originating sua* mons and if there were any points of diftercnce between tho parties he would endeavor to settle them. This practically dismissed the crimlaal suit. the farm during the winter. On Saturday evening tho people of Coaidale had a right goo:l liirn; at  supf)or cooked and served n first class style by A. F. ^wart .f ilie American Farm on the occasion of tlve departure of 1). J. McArthir for North Dakota. Most of the farmers in the di.^trict accompanied by their wives, attend^ od and were entertained in right royal bochelor fashion. All had a very enjoyable evening and learned that iB some things at least the bachclore were all riglrtv WE BARNES IS DEAD Well Known Mine hoprietor Soccomk in Montreal ON WAY TO pNGLAND Ai OM rne Resident of the Letkbridge District RAISED THE FEE Annal Mcetiiig of the Chinook ank-Elec-tioi of Officers. BEEF COMMISSION. Report, It U Said, in a Few Will Be Oayc. Ready Edmonton. Dec . 13.-The Beef Commissioin will reassemble ^in Edmonton on December 16 to iss^e the report of the commission on the evidence talcen at varioua sittings held last summer throughout Alberta and Manitoba. The contention of Hon. W. T. Finlay that a joint report should be made instead of separate reports for each province has prevailed. Commissioner Middleton and S. Campbell will arrive in the city on Monday and it is said that the report will be ready for publication in a few days. DEATH OF ALLAN McLEAN. Dead Former Lethbridge Miner Montana. in Allan McLean, formerly employed in the mines here but who went to Montana three years ago is dead, news to that effect having reached the city. Allan McLean is a brother' of the well-known Methodist writer. Rev. Dr. John McLean. He resided Here for a number of years and was a member of North Star Lodge, A. F. & A. M. At the annual meeting of the� ChiB ook Club (last evening it was decided to'the membership fee from $23 to $35. The following ofllccrs were elected: President-C. F. P. Conyboare. Vice.-President, L. M. Johnstoa*. Beard of Diivctors.-.1. Lethbridge. T. D. Kevin, G. M. Hatch, E. H. Wil son. and'M. llarford. .\uditors, II. Macbeth and C. B. Bowman. A. E. Dupont at the Royal Collier-ice yesterday reoeived a message saying that his ' fatlier-in-law, Wiirwiin Barnes, had died at the St. .lasiee Hotel, Montreal, He with Willias Dennett and William Williams of thie city hod mode up a party to go to Kngland on a holiday trip. They left here Sunday night taking � through slecFier from Medicine Hat to John, N.B. Taken ,;mdilettly ill on the train ho stopped oi'f at Montreal and died in a few hours. The news with ehcnlit^.^s what to \lo wa3 wired to Mr. llufioiit ^^ho nr-dered the l^ody embalmed and stiipped to Lethbridge for inteiTiuent. William Barnes was knoi-. n principally as the owner of IIiq Carueo Mines, located on the S'ouLh Hank of the Belly River six nil.�s nirth of lethbridge, which he recently li.t the money and she had orteieil to lot it drop if ho i-epaid the umouht. She had hired the hack after, but hatl paid for it, never tliiiiking of withholding Uio money. She and the girls of her owed him $37.75. Kniva told her that if she paid him the amount ho woulil pay her the $40. Harry Epstein, a salesman, called, said that Clara Saunders owed him a bill of $40. Kunc had told him that ho had sent the money. Clara Saunders had sub.scciiiefttly paid liiiri the money. Houk hail paid the $40 the money. lfo>ik had paiU the witness the $40 for Kane on Tuesday this week and ho was to give it back to Mins Saunders. Helen Howard, an inmate of Clara Saunders' hauso, corrolioratwl tho evidence of the two previous witnesses. Case was adjourned uiHil this morning. When the Court rcsuineid this morning, Mr. Justice Beck did not hear tho defence in the case against Tommy Kane but discharged him, not that he did not consider him legally guilty, but ticcauso of his youth, tlie extenuating circum.stances, and tie-cause restitution had been made. C. F. P. Conyljoaro K.C, for Crown. C. F. Harris for defense. LOST Two horse.?, one roan gelding, and one black gelding, marked with three half circles one above the other on the left shouhkir. Strayed or stoiT from a field a f.ile and a half south of Coaidale. Fi?^ teen dollars rewairi for return of the two to W. O. Muir,, Coaidale. 28dp HAND-BAa LOST. Beterce* Bowville aad Links on WedatMlay, Oct. 10, conteiniag notos Bd billa of about $19d, and silver watch. Reward of $10.00 will be offered for ite recover)-, tf. Helma PetereoB. FOR SALE Two Barlter Chairs, nearly new, and two double plated mirrors, 40 inches by 50 inches, cheap. Apply to Frank Thomas, Hoselton'e Barber Shop, Lethbridge. dl7 TO RENT A New Seven-Room Bricta Houee ob Round St. Rent thirty dollara a month. Apply C. W. Gray. | FOR ADOPTION. Strong healthy child. Box 345, Ijethbridge. Apply to WANTED MINAUD'S DISTEMPER. LINIMENT CUBES A General Servant tor houaework. Good wiages to the right person. Apply D. McAllister, Box 486, Lethbridge. t.f. FOR SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course Ib good school. Owner unable to go ob with it. Apply toDoz O, Herald office. ROOMS WANTED Two Rooms, furnislitd or unfiirnish ed, by young married couple. Apply Box F., Herald Ofhce. d26 LOST On B�mpa� Strtot, west of the Barracka, a dark Sable Fur. Finder will please leave at this office. daSp WANTKD A good seund horae, about 1350 pounds. Apply Turpin Furniitui� Co. LOST Between Burdett Street South and the Oliver Block, a ladiee gold waitch Bcfward for return to (he Herald Office. Hereisa koBdryooap tbat CSBtiiBS net� siafle luura*' fnl^iBircdieBt Yott can gafely use Royal Crown Laundiy Soap when lace curtains, dainty lingerie, expensive blouses, and all. manner of delicate (abrica require the cleanainf influence of an extra good soap. Same price as ordinafy soap, but extraordinary value. MADE ONLT BT THE ROYAL CROWN. Linitad WINNIPEG. ^ S*ve the wappers-the:/ Mrt 'worth money. Frank G. Waddlngton will hold another big sale of Fancy Goods at the Auction Mart ' -ON- Saturdai Evening at 7.30 o'GlocI Good goods at your own prices. Hit ItUitriige locUoi Mill 410 Round Street (Old Herald Office) HUT and OUTS Bought and Sold in Wholesale and . . . Betail . Quantities Pboduce Delivebed Loc^llt Prices bj Carload may be had on Application Terms  Strictly Cash Easton (ft Hyde ROUND STREET Next door to Enterprise Lumber Co WE'RE WELL POSTFD ON ELECTRICAL WORK Place your lights right and red< your lighting expenses A large assortment of eleotrie is-tures, shades, lamps and bella always in stock. New work neatlj �and economically done. Repairs promptly attended to McKenzie& Roy-Office- Redpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Hsmeaa^ Straps, etc., always on hand. We can guarantee you oompteto satisfaction. LETHBRIDGE Conservatory of Hosic -AND- Commercial GoHege J. Geo. Harper, Director. llaDy Free AdYantages Pupils received daily. For Prospectus, Terms, etc., Address-THE SECRETARY Studio-Tuff's Block, City. AQtomobile Supplies Spark Plugs, Storage Batteries Speedometers Tire Chains, Ooggles, Jacks, etc EXACT REPAIRING Howard Case & Co The Original Garage which is still in operation. AT KEAN'S Headquarters for Santa Claus Stockings FRESH FRUIT HOME-MADE CANDY HOT & COLD DRINKS ICE CREAM KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phtone 98 E. 3. Bowdcn is building, a largo new store at tho corner opposite tlie Koyal Hotel, Taber. CO. General Teaming When yon require your gaidcM ploughed, your yards cleaned op^ sellara dug, or any other teuniag ione, BEE US, or phone 201, �r Irop a post card in the office, yoar order will receiveour prompt attea* tion. CO All must be paid for un delivery. Residence and stabla east of the barracks. * Vni, TAYLOR, Lethbridc* Only Few weeks left in which to get thoae Christmas Photos You should leave your orders Mriy and thus avoid the usual holiilay rush. We have something entirely new tor Christmas gifts. You should wt� it. HANDFORD niotoaraplis K HicbMt Class ai; IVork ansfMissA Htuilio - - Near a.r. and I. Ffeigbt Ollls* North of Hudson's Bay Stors Baboness Road Letubbidob The C.P.n. will pay Macleod $100 a month (or water for trains station. 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