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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta For (Be xmas Coohinq You can't make Good Cakes and Puddings with poor stale ingredients Get the Best : : We Have It NEW FRUITS New Sultana RaistAs Muscatels New Cleaned Currants ^ New Crown Table Raisins NEW NUTS Walnuts Almonds Filberts Pea Nuts Shelled Walnuts NEW PEELS Balgers A 1 grade Citron, Orange, Lemon Shelled Almonds MIXED PEELS already cut ready for use in lib packets MINCE MEAT "Wetheys" Condensed Mince Meat in packets. Mince Meat n t bulk. *'T BLE DELICACIES" Heinz Mustard Dressing, Heinz Chutney Sauce, Heinz , India Relish, "Queen Olives" f McLaren's Cheese, Lea & Rerrins Sauce. Xmas Books Leather Souvenirs Plate Glass Mirrors Dressing Cases fligh-class Perfumes J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. I TUESDAY. Ifajor Ilelclier has �tuK-t?ii a rcsiclenco *.on McKay Aven\ie, one- of the flnost I'jvsidential stretfts jti lOilinonloh. WiffK .TcRsie Ikflchfir nnd licr uncle, .yiv. BalchLT of Ediiionlon, .sailed on 'VfiiUy ln�l ivom ri',.. .lohn for Eng-lantf. lits. .7. SteveiiKon ami IVWle son of Mdinonton, wlio havf btten visiting Mrs. ,1. 1). Iliginbothuiu left last ni.�;lwt I'oi' homo. Mrs. J. H. Wulliicp and Mis.s CdS.sio left last nisht for VVashing'ton, D.C., where Miss Wallaci^ will iv.surac her �studies. On their nay they will vi-f-sit wivcral easitern ijoints. The annual iiiiN'ting of th� ratepayers tii StaffopiJ village was heUl laat nisht. Chas.- I'tucook was., elected fiverseor. The finances wei-e reported lo be in excollen't coinlMion. Robt. Sag* pnesided- at the nieoting. H. IC. Milton, the star performer in llie street racket the "other evening, *vas to have apfwareil at the polioe court laet night to an.swer to the I'l^iarge of carrying concoaletl weapons 1)ut *id not do so. M�tis Kibar, a former employee at the Gait mines, and who has been 111 lor the pasft thition, di�l yesterday at his home in this city. He Iciivus a wilaco tomorrow morning. At the police court this morning It. W. Pilling of Canlston was charg I'd withr^flforing real cs'tate for sale in Ijcthbridsfo without having a real ostatc agents' license. The case \\|ii5 4li.smisscd, no sufllcient evidence being given. W. C. Sinmions appeared :for l^r. IMlling. WEDNESDAY. Trainmaster Hopkirk was summon-if>d to Calgary owing to the illness of Iiis wife. Jiiss M. atright, formerly of the public school staff hens is in the city visiting Miss A. E. I'urac. M. J. Weber of Wolier Bros. "Mt, this morning for Vancouver, B.C., �whcno he will sta.v about three wnoeks Dr. McVally leaves on a throe weeks' vacation ti'ip to Chicago, St. Louis and other American cities to-.morrow. Uns. Fotlterinan, of Nonton, accused of the atteinptad murder of her huslwnd, was scnt�Ri!cd throe [yearB in prison.. "How's the dayand now's thehnur" to mail j'our, cousins across the sea one or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as JLETHURIuar^ SOUVENIR BOOKLETS, PHOTO l�OST-. CARDS OF LETHBRIDOK AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRISTMAS CARD� BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higlnbotham & Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists Yen Sing, the well \nown gardener, who has. made quite a little fortuiie, during his residence here left yesterday on a trip to China. Miss Olga Evans of Medicine Hat has arrived in the city to take charge of the Tsolalion Hospital. The wedding took place at Macleod of Thomas H. Hewitt, of Lcthbridge and Lillie CJilroy, of Stavcly. The Bartotiders have elected the fol lowing officers: President, W. Hayn-e.s; vice-president, D. Haley; chaplain, Dave Fraser; InsiKjctor, Webb; sccrrtary treasui'er pro tem, Walter Ai>pleby; inside guard, Clint Moore; ou'lsifle guard Chris. Olcson. Miss Ina Simpson, of New York, daughter of Mr. Simpson, former superintendent of mines for the Gait Co., was in the city for a few daj's. Miss Sinip.son went to Great Falls, Moijt., yesterday to visit her sister, Simpson, and her brother-in-law, C. P. L. Fowler. Ashworth Anderson, who for the la�t eighteen months has boon the manager of the Union Bank a/t Oko-toks, has resigned from the service of that institution and will go into bus incss for himself as a broker, insur.-nnco, leal esitato and general agent at Okotoks. Mr. Anderson was formerly on the start of the Union Bank here. From present appearances the Lethbridge Woolen Mills will be taxed to their utmost capacity to turn out the orders for next year. Tlje salesman from Bryce & Co., Winnipeg, the firm which handles the mill's output, were in the city last week and intimated that they could sell next year all the mill could turn out. The company are now busy getting out samples (or next year, and the travellers will commence selling next week. Mrs. J. O. Wilson was the hostess at one of the most delightful social functions of the saa-son at the Barracks last ovMiing.__ There were ton tables at euchre and everybody had a real enjoyable time, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and their daughter being perfect host and hostesses. The lone hand and the eontloman's prises wor& both won by Inspector West and Mrs, Vrooman won the lady's pel/*, a very pretty piece of china. Hon. i Justice Beck was among the guests. I C. M. Jamieson a nephew of R. R. jJamieson superintendent of the CP. jR. at Winnipeg, bus entered into par tnership riih J. Z. Venno in the 'real estate and insuranoe business. I Mr. Jamietton coines originally from llt'lvidere, 111., and being well and favorabl,v known there he will en-ileavor to induce his friends in Io\^i% |to invest in lands In the High River district. The Times welcomes Mr^ Jamieson' as a citizen of High River. -High River 'Kmes. This morning from St. Patrick's Church the funeral of the lato Matis Ribar, of Rcdpath St. was hold by Rev. Father Van Tighen. The jnem-bora of the National Slavonic Society, No. 287, of which the deceased was a member, attended in a body, as dirt also the Groek and Roman Sociemi>lcted this week. The work at the StalTord mine on the Little Bow is being pushed ahead the owners having placed an order for more cars with the Ijothbridge Iron Works. .John It. Fletcher, of Rogers, N.D., who purchased some land near Tabor has moved up his family and elVects to enter into aotive farming there. Mr. Fletcher is in the city today on his way to Taber. Reubon Tiflin loft today for a visit to his old home in Lucknow, Ont., and vUl while away, for a *ime, bu the gues't of Rev. .1. E. Hughson, B. A., former pastor of Wesley aiotho-dist Church. H. D. Folsajn, was in tlio city last evening on his way to Macleod. Mr. 'Folsom is a rcsjiected citizen of Card ston. At ono time he was a member of the famous Mormon choir in the tabernacle at Salt Lake City. A si.ster was the wife of the famous prophet, Brigham Young. David H. Elton, the Horace Oreely of Magra:th, Raymond anti Canlston distr.ict, favored Lethbridge with a visit la.Sft c^'ening. Elton is the sorti of -fellow that brightens a chap in the blues and makes the contented man discontented because he i.s ilot gotting Bs niuch out of life as the bright pen woihier on the weekl.y papers in tho towns to the .south of us. Mr. Elton accomimnied his wife ond children to the city and tJie.V left on tho express for Toronto, later proceeding to visit Mrs. Eitdn's parents at Washington, D. C. FRIDAY. Wheat is beginning to move ^vory lively on the A. R^ & 1. Co. lind again. There were orders for thirty cars yesterday, principally from Card ston. Mr. and Mrs.. W. A. Hamilton and Misa Enid leave tonight for the East Mr. Hamilton will return at the new IN THE DAYS OF THE REBELLION Ren>iniscence> of E. N. BarKer,' of Cardston, Published In the Edmonton , Saturday New�. sDavelopmivnta In- a now country are ' not so much a matter of nntionalit.y for it is more th^ choice uf "the individual that lands him in tho unknown, and in a camp of nine or ton in the oarly days it was common to ' find no tut) of tlic san)e notionalii.y-. j This ttlKO tends to peace and an ab- | .senco of cliques or varlou.s dixcus- ' sions as to what |X!OJ�U' are the best. | Some in tho far East are much con-co'rnod nhotit-.who siMJUld inhaliit tliis land. JI hiablers riot much ns long as thoy dovolot' a"'' behave, and, if^ progress had lx>an,'lcft ninny of iliose _ who criticize no develo|)tiic a ^'eod rancher in the early days noc-dtMl to have a go(xl op- j inion of himself (most had), and ho ; a good a.Yenian, a fair carpenter, a pretty good blacksmith, a good cook seamstress or. tailor, dair.vniaid, gar- j dener, a bit of a farmer when roquir- j c front nuido hands scarce at home so that wages fjir ordinary haiHLs woiii up to $70 to $75 per month with board. that went to tbo front made good money in many cases and those that returned ourl.y reaped a harvest at, good pny putting up huy. The money thrown into the cquntry was a godsend to eined to get along very well together had a great deal to do with the early development of Southern Al-Ijerta. In our troop, recruited at Macleod, wo had Lords and Commons Soldiers and policemen, cow-punchers, bull-whackers, mule shinners, trappers, the inevitable colleotion of parson's sons, usually to be found where trouble is browing and something stirring, lawyers, doctors, farmers, storo-keeiJers, Indian agents, squaw men, and philosophers, etc., etc. What many of us love is results, tSiJecially in the West, so we thoroughly appreciate the sweet simplicity and the truth to nature of that old chestnut which relates of the Englishman dashing up to a crowd in the street, thrusting his chin into the melee and exclaiming "Oo's a rightin." "Me and you, you beggar," says his next neighbor in the Jcrowd, and whom he had never seen before, he hits him a biff under the chin, and at it they go. _ .Still others will remember the Btory of the deck-hand looking down into the engine-room of the steamer, �nd, tteeing a fight in progress, whistles to his pal, exclaiming with great glee and satisfaction, "Hey, Charlie, come on, 'ore's a chance for a bloo-niin' row." And do not lot us forget the old lady of tho Emerald Isle who gently soliloquised that a hall brick in the end of a stocking was a "shwato wippon." Even a hailstorm may have its uses, its inconvenient for the wheat grower but clears the air and you ':an sleep. Yes, the rebellion, viz., a difference of opinion, did quite a little for Al-^eita and varic CAN YoU NoT (SET THE \ 5EiT PRE^ENT^ TOR MEN AT A MEN'J ' The Boitk) Company, ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery TelephoBe 33 WHIT IRE YOD .year but Mrs. Hamilton will make an extended visit. A quiet wedding was held at tho Methodist parsonage, Hedpath St., last evening when .Alflvin McGhoe and Miss Nelly Wise wore united in holy matrimony b>' I lie llev. J. M. Harrison, pastor of Wesle.v Church. Mr. and Mrs. Mclihoe are both from Tnpscott. Mr. McGhee I.s engaged in developing a mine. They expect to make their homo in Ij^t libridgo for a few months before i-eturning to their ranch. SATURDAY. F. Colpnian loaves tonight to spend a couple of weeks with his family at Victoria B.C. .fudge Winter left for Calgary this morning to spenti tlio holidays, returning after the Nbw Year. Howell Harris and wife went south on this morning's train to Great Falls, Mont., Mrs. Harris goes to California. Lethbridge friends of 11. W. Wood, of the Trites-Wood Co., Pernio, will regret to hear thiiit he is quite ill with ti-phoid fever. ^ Mrs. Allakuvish and daughter of Mu'^rath left bust night for Liverpool Also S. J. Grant for London. All sail frotr. St. John, N.U., in "The Kinpross of Ireland" on tho 27th. C. F. P. ConylKiare, K.C., is expect ing his daughters homo tonight from Toronto, whore they have been attending Havcrgal College. After sjiending Christmas and Now. Years at homo, they will return to Toronto on January 4th. Miss A. M. Newton, of the Central School staff left this morning (or Great Falls and Elliston, near Helena, Montana, to spend Chriiatmas. Aft�r the holiday. Miss KewtoB l�lavcB for Santa Paulo, California with her aunt and uncle to bliend the winter. A. E. Ives severs his connection with the Bowman Agency at the first of the .yeor and will enter into business on his own account in the Oliver block. Mr. Ives has a wide knowledge of tho i�al estate business land as he is an enterprising a'ld "'ell liked .young man, should work up a I good businw5s. MONDAY. License Inspector Hotchkiss, of Clarosholm, was in the city yesterday. \./. A. McGudin is erecting an open air skating rink at the foot of Round Street. TO 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 let Door West Union Bank Miss .1. C. Mnckay wont to Pincher Croek on Saturda.v to si>end the liol-iday season. Locomotive foreman Pennefather went to Calgary on Saturday, i-eturn ing tonight. Alex. Munroe, the A. R. & I. Co. agent at Magrath was in the city over, Sunday. H. E., business manager of the Calgary .\lt)ortan, spent yesterday in the city. Sidney .lackson and wife are leaving on a tri|) to tlioir old homo at Clinton this week. Leroy Coons of Hatch & Coons left on today's local for Stavaly to spend Christinas with his family. Dr. P. W, Tullcr has been appointed physician for the Crow's Nest Lodge No. 785 of tho B. of R. T. Jnck Maclwth is now on the staff of tho Bank of Montreal at Medicine Hat. He^will bo home for Christmas W. H. Horno went to Calgary this morning to spend Christmas. .Siipt. Wilson wont to Medicine Hat yesterday on police business. li. H. Lowe, tho A. R. & I. road-mnster returned yesterday from Pen-slo, Sask., wiioro ho has been visiting his family. ^ Arthur S. Mewburn returned last night from Trinity College, Port Hope, to spend the Christmas holl-dais. Supt. Lnwixince. and Chief I>es-paitchcr Allen of Medicine Hat paid an official visit to Lethbridge yesterday morning. Last evening the A. R. td I. Co fin-islurd ei-ecting tho six smoke-stacks at tho No. .S shaft that fell last week During tho time thH.v were do','.-n the minors kept running although tho output was considerably lessened. The smokestacks were those from the com pressor engines. Dr. Rusiv, surgeon from BottiiK-au', N. B., has located in Lethbridge. His ofiico is with Hatch & Coons; Oliver Block. This morning Wm. R.van, who was soaked a dollar and costs itho other day for lieing drunk was up foi' creating a racket ot tho C. P. R. station.; His long suit is to bito people. When he get� mad 1k> goes after those around with his mouth opon ready to eat, up the whole bunch. It took three men an hour to put him into the cell. Magistrate Humphries sent him down for sixty days. C. P. Kroning chairman of the local grievance committee of the B. ot R. T. has returned from Calgary where he attended tho meeting of th� general grievance committee 'of tho order. The officers elected by tho Committee are:-Generol chairman of tho Gonoral Grievance Committee, E. H. Cook, of Moose .law. Vice-chairman, J. McLaughlin, Caigany, Secretary, P. p. Shand, of Moose Jaw. / Mrs. L. H. Fowler has gone to Portland, Oregon, to visit her parents.^ SOCIAL AT HUNTSVILLB - 7 A decideflly enjoyable social under the auspices of the Huntavllle F.p-wonth League was held in the school house of that � name on Thursday,-Dec. 19. The room was well fillc�r with happy, hearty piohoor; from a ; few months old to three scoro year* and ten. I'ho numbers wore all cratl-itably ronUered and roceive:,l________________ ?5444477 ;