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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 ,ney on hand, Rome td.OOo of wh'.rh they liave kept intact, and tho st.itenrnt of amount Btill .luu, �ome If'J.Uoo. They had accepted thy (met on be-half of their own p(>op1a kola. Mr. MeArthur is n yroilicf uf D. It. MeArthur, of the Great Wert Land Co. ami along with eleven Da kota farmers formed n conipiny and bought three sections of land Lot fall. This year they had .VJO Hires crop and report a good yield Stewart who has twen acting as ussociate manager �vill mi a'ti o*> tho furm during the winter. m�e justice done. The Crown Is will-1 ,, Saturday evening the people of ing to accept deposit as surety to � (.,,u|(lllU. |m(1 ft ,.lKht goo I li.ne at a siip|H'r cooked and qrrveil n first OANVMEDE never served the godR with nectar so delicious as the twvernges prepared by the Lethbridge nrowlng & Malting Co., Ltd. Our ginger ale, sarsparilta, ovum and lemon soda, ironbrew, etc., ari unexcelled for Ihcijr, luscious fluvor, their purity and invigorating qualities. Lethbridge Brewing &J.1 Malting Company, Ltd. I FOR THE 5EST SERVICE, IN LETHBRIDGE. STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS the Bote! Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC UCCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES, $1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. the amount of deficit which however they had never determined, but thero had been a difference of opinion as to the amount that hud disappeared. IS. 11. 11,'iinott. "No amount has disappeared Tho defendants have every cent received anil have no*, even taken out their own commission. If your Lordship ban taken any such view of our remarks, I wish to dismiss it." The Judge said that as yo>t there was no evidence that they had misappropriated a dollar. W. C. Simmons wished to clear up the misunderstanding that the trust-s had not kept a separate account of the trust funds and that they had used the money. L. M. Johnstone. "You admitted >osterda'y that the trustees had trans ferred the balance of the property to Mr. Russell." \V. C. Simmons. "I never Mid that and have no knowledge of any such transfer and know that such is not the case." 1.. M. Johnstone said that the Crown wus prepared to prove a misappropriation but were willing to have an originating summons issued by one of the benolkhwries to enters civil suit. It. 11. Dennett called tho attention of the Judge to tho fact that tho desl ings between tho Crown ami the people had l>een made by tho trustees. The trustees hud entered into bond, KuKsell for $1,000 and the other for $500 but the bonds had not boon com pleted as the''people did not put up the money which tho bonds were to lie for. The defence are prepared to accept service for civil proceedings as suggested. They will of course huvu to have uccess to tho Crown's pupore so as to prvparu the statement which \crship fee from $25 to 035. The following officers were elected: President-C. F. P. Coiiyliearu. Vice-President. L. M. .Johnstone. Hoard of Diivntors.-,1. lx'thhridge. T. 1"J. Kevin, Ci. M. Hatch, K. 11. Mil son. and M. Harford. Auditors, II. Macbeth mid C. B. Ilowtnan. WM. BARNES IS DEAD Well Known Mine Proprietor Succumbs in Montreal ON WAY TO ENGLAND Ai OM rune Resident of the Letkbriafe District A. E. Pupont at the Royal Cotltcr-les yesterday received a message saying that his father-in-law, William Haines, had died at the St. .fames Hotel, Montreal, He with William Bennett and William Williams of this city had mode up a party to go to England on a holiday trip. They left here Sunday night taking a through sleeper from Medicine Vint to St. John, N.II. Taken .suddenly ill on tho train ho slopped off at Montreal and died in a few hours. The news with enquiries what to [\lo was wired to Mr. P'ipoht who � derotl the body embalmed ami si.lpp*d to IjCthbrldgo for Interrmeiil. William llurncs was knovn ] rintl-pally as the owner of the l'..iniee Mines, located on tho S'outh Hank of the Holly lllver six miles n >iih of lethbridge, which he recently Mivpoe cd of to the Hoyal f'olllur'es Co Ltd., who intend opening them up os a largo scale. Horn In Gloucestershire, Kng , in 1840 the deceased w.is I';ftv e'ght yours of age. lie c.ime lo tir.va in 1883, going direct to Wion'.|>?g where lie stayed n few months lieforo going on the C.P.R. construction ut Medicine Hat. He came to Lelh* bridge in 1885 with the construction of the'railroad and later entered tho wnyjoy "of the A. it. & 1. Co. at the old drift coal mine. He took up his present homestead known as Ha rues' Hottom and purchased the coal land adjoining which he developed to a considerable ox-tent, hauling tho coal to lethbridge. A few years ago he put in a steam hoist and o|>croted rather more es-tensivcly until selling the property a few months ago. He still retained his homestead. Surviving hlin are his widow, a son, Fml, at home, and a daughter, Gertrude, wife of A. E. l)upont, who live at the mine nlso. The deceased was a well-known ond highly respected old tinier and hie untimely decease is much deplored by a large circle of friends. Frank G. Waddington will hold another big sale of Fancy Goods at the Aucjtion Mart -0n- Saturday Evening at 7.1 o'clock Good goods at your own prices. The lethbridge Ruction Mart 410 Round Street (Old Herald Office) KANE DISCHARGED Becuse of His Youth and oa Acconat of Money being Returned 1X1ST Two horses, one ronn gelding, and one black lidding, marked with three half circles one above the other on the left shoulder. S-t rayed 01 stolen from a field a "die and a half south of Coaldale. Fifteen dollars reward for return of the two to W. G. Muir., Coaldale. 28dp O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK, - Room 5 t Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Gome and Bee the famous Mograth land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZlE, Local Manager. Have you seen The Daily Herald BEEF COMMISSION. Report, It Is in a Said, Few Will Days. Be Ready Edmonton. Dec . 13.-The Heef ConimiBtdoin will reassemble in lCd-monton on December 10 to issue the report of the commission on the evidence taken ut vurious sittings held last summer throughout Alberta and Manitoba. The contention of Hon. W. T. Finlay that a joint report should bo mude instead of separate reports for each province bus prevailed. Commissioner Middleton and S. Campbeil will arrive in the city on Monday and it is said that tho report will be ready for publication in a few days. DEATH OF ALLAN McLEAN. Former Lethbridge Miner Montana- Dead in Allan McLean, formerly employed in the mines here but who went to Montana three years ago is dead, nows to thut effect having reached the city. Allan McLean is a brother of the well-known Methodist writer. Rev. Dr. John McLean. Ho resided hero for a number of years and was a member of North Star Lodge, A. F. & A. M. After the Ilex vs Husscll ct al case was disposed of at Supreme Court, that of Ilux vs. Itulaud 'P. Ka�c was taken up. The prisoner was accused of taking t'10 belonging to one Clara Saunders, a woman of the rlvcr-liottom. which bhu had entrusted to him, to send to ono Harry Epsteen, Calgary, and failing to send it. Clara Saunders called, said that she had given Kune S10 to send to 1 Harry EpHteen of Calgary. When asked for tho nioncy-ordor coupon he said ho had lost it. Cross-examined said that Kane did considerable bus-Hii>sk for her. making purchases etc. Kane claimed that she owed him money at the time the $-10 was given him. She claimed u lien on the cab business which accused hud assigned to P. (i. Ilouk. li assignment hud not taken place this information would not have Uwn laid. To Judge Heck witness said that Kano had said lie had kept tho money anil shv told her that if she paid him the amount h-j w�uM pay hut' thu $10. Harry Epstein, a salesman, called, said that Clnru Saunders owed him a, bill of $10. Kane had told him that he had sent the money. Clara Saundjrs hail subsequently paid him the money. Honk had paid the 940 the money, llojik hud paid tho witness the $-10 fur Kane on Tuesday this week and lie was io give it bock to Miss Saunders. Helen Howard, an inmnto of Clara Saunders' house, corroborated tho evidence of the two previous witnesses. Case was adjourned until this morning. When the Court resumed this morning, Mr. Justice I leek did not hear tho defence in the case against Tommy Kane but discharged him, not that he did not consider him legally guilty, but liecnus... of his youth, the extenuating circumstances, and lie-cause restitution had l)eon made. C. F. P. Con.vbearo K.C., for Crown. C. F. Harris for defense. HANO-UAU LOST. Between llowville and IJnks oa Wedattftday, Oct. 10, containing notes | and Nile of about �150, and silver ! watch. Itcward of $10.00 will be offered for itm recovery-tf. Uelina Potereon. FOIt SALE Two HiicIht Chairs, nearly new, and two double plated mirrors, 40 inches by 50 inches, cheap. Apply i to Frank Thomas, Hoseltou's Barber Shop, Ijt-thhridge. dt7 TO KENT A New Seven-lloom Brick House oa Round St. J tent thirty dollars a month. Apply C. W. Gray. FOR ADOPTION. Strong healthy child. Apply to Uox 345 lethbridge. WANTED j A General Servant for housework. { Good Hinges to the right person. An-th� ply 1). McAllister, Box 486, Lethbridge. t.f. FOlt SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course In good school. Owner unable to go oa with it. Apply toDox O, Herald office. M and OATS Bought and Sold in Wholesale and . . . Retail . Quantities Produce Delivered Locally Prices by Cnrlond may be had on Application Terms - Strictly Cash Easton cion. COAL must be paid for ->n delivery. Residence and stable east of the barracks. * WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge MINAHD'S DISTEMPER LINIMENT CURES ROOMS WANTED Two Rooms, furnished or unfurnish ed, by young married couple. Apply Hox F., Heruld OIlUo. (120 LOST' On Ilompas Street, west of the llarracks, u dark Sable Vur. Finder will plenw lcnvp at this officii. d'J6p WANTED A good sound burse, about 1350 pound*,. Apply Turpin Furniture Co IX)ST Between Durdctt S*tm* South and the Oliver lllock, a ladles gold wnitch Reward for return to the Heruld Office, Automobile Supplies Spark Plugs, Storage Batteries Speedometers Tire Chains, Goggles, Jacks, etc EXACT REPAIRING Howard Case & Co The Original Garage which is still in operation. Only weeks left Christmas in which to get those- AT KEAINPS Headquarters for Santa Claus Stockings FRESH FRUIT HOME-MADE CANDY HOT & COLD DRINKS ICE CREAM KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 K. S, Rowdou is building a largo now store at tho corner opposite tho (Royal Hotel, Tabor. Photos You should leave your orders early and thus avoid the usual holiday rush. We have something entirely new for Christmas gifts. You should see it. HANDFORD Photographs Tfei Mint. HiahMt (lata el Work (luaraatawl Studio � � Nonr A.R. and I, Freight Office North ol Hudson'* Bay Store Baroness Road Lethbbidob Tho C.P.R. a month for station. will pay Macleod 1100 water for trains and. ;