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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta For he xmas You cant make Good Cakes and Puddings with poor staleingredients Get the Best We Have It i NEW FRUITS 8 e o i New Sultana Raisins New MuscaUls New Cleaned Currants New Crown Table Raisins NEW NUTS Walnuts Almonds Filberts Pea Nuts I Shelled j Walnuts NEW PEELS Balgers A 1 grade Lemon Shelled Almonds IN THE DAYS OF THE REBELLION of of Published in the Edmonton k Saturday in a new country are j money in many tabes and those ihat not su much a inattar of nationality returned earjy reaped a harvest Jor it is more the ingood pay putting up The mou dividuul that iuntJs hjm in the thrown into the cqunry was a and in it camp of nine or tengodsend to quite a so started in thu ourly days it was common to many a small who might otli no of the same j vjv have been heard TJi tends to and an ab1 Had it not ken Lhese butter ov various many uimlii left the coun sions as to are the This country was Home in the fur are mudi eon by those who othmvise might not ccrned bhould inhabit tliis huu in the troops nnniltcrs riot much long fwFM and possibly only as tluy develop and if a the compara projjniis had many of those live value ol Uie advertising tha who criticizeno devulopmeni would Country MIXED PEELS already cut ready for use in lib packets MINCE MEAT Condensed Mince Meat in Mince Meat i T BLE DELICACIES Heinz Mustard Heinz Chbiney Heiaz i x India Queen McLarens Lea Rerrms Xmas Books Leather Souvenirs Plate Glass Mirrors Dressing Cases Intehclass Perfdmes JOHNSTON Druggist ancl A LOCAL Major Belcher has taken residence one of the finest strwrts in Jcpsic Udclicr and her of sailed on Vriday last from lolui for Eng Stevenson and little son of wlfo have visiting Higinbolhnm left for Wallace and Miss Cassic loft last night for Miss Wallace will resume her On their way they will vi it eastern The meeting of the ratepay Hows tiie dayanii news ttelmr Lo ma ilybun cousins across the sea j ne or inoie of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as LETFIURIIJG E SOU BOOK IlIOTO POSTi CARDS OF VETHBULDGE AND 1 UC K S FINK C NDAll S IVORY AND EMBOSSED CILRIS1V and en BUifcNT LKATLICR 1 Higinbotham LIMITED Family arid Dispensing Chemists Yen Uie vvell known Chinese who made quite a lit tle during his residence hero left yesterday on a trip to Miss Olga Evans of Mefltcinc and being well favorably known there he will ilcavor to induce his friends in to invest in lands in the High River The Times welcomes Jamieson as a citizen of High High liivur This morning from Patricks Church the funeral of the late Matis Hi of Red path was held by Father Van The bers of National Slavonic Socie of which the deceased was a attended in a as did also the and Roman Society of Peter and The deceased was an old timer in Lcthbridge having come here fifteen years ago to work in the Gait mines After living here eight years he went to returning here for the benefit of his health about two years leaves a wife and three chil has arrived in the city to take charge of the isolation The wcthling took place of Thomas of Lethbridgc andMiss Hie The Bartenders have elected the fol lowing o Ulcers Tlayn Haley chap Dave Fraser secretary treasurer pro AValtor Applebj inside Clint Moore outside guartl Miss Ina of daughter of former su perintendent of niines for the Gait was in thecity for a few Miss Simpson went to Great over have 01 folks as you jind and peoples hitve drifted ever since the world bei gun and at the best we aiv a mixed1 uj lot and purity of race is a rare a merciful provision of nature rom keeping world Mixing races is like mixing lit tle uncertain ij results at times but general scorns to result in activity and for find races or creeds huddled toge with the stranger there we usually find a slow going t Nationality grows and patriot ism is for the average man 11 brtig about the placeof his birth j and this rivalry and keeness extends to even a strong rivalry between lit1 tie one horse towns on the bald prair I all those who could A grumbler often idle and noil much use any Should a man STOOD Thojv wts not a pleasant situation hen for Jong limp among a lot of and sleeping at night with a Winchester and several belts of ammunition around the ready for had its Hut virtue had its reward in better business later and it was not apparent that many rtullercd much mental The only idea that to jwrmeate thu average whitemat pf all nations was that if he had to he had to J hough majiv could liiivy sought safety in a few hours ride to ttte and many were natives of the south we never of anyone suggesting this ajid YOURSELF DONT PRESENTS or woman with brains ever le lonely is so much to do and so much to mid out that we Khalinever When do QUALIFICATIONS OF A RANCHER A man to be rancher in the early days neciied to have a good op inion of himself most and lie a good fair a pretty good a good cook away to hanker after going north lo where the trouble These men were amixed medley of ajl sorts somewhafhn the model of the French Foreign Legion that may have within its ranks everything in the shaie of foreign trades or and is said to have held in its ranks sons 01 Jormcr and men of all nations the personal histories of whom would fill many Americans and English who fVremed to get along very well toge had a great dual to do with the seamstress garjcarlv development of Southern Al a bit of a fanner when ivquirj In our recruited at harness maker and miner j had Lords and Commons and soldiers and fajr mule trap He should a and Stafford and ers of Stafford village was held last yes I elected The finances were reported d h in excellent presidedat the the star performer in the street racket tho lhcr to visit tier brothcrin Miss Dorothy on the mornings flyer for points in Dobbin lcft last evening to spend the holidayseason at his old State A brick store is being erected by Murray on dett opposite ihc Roman Cath olic proprie tor of the Lcthbridgc has sold Vs paper the Finchvr Cixvk The deal was completed this The work at the Stafford mine on the Little Bow is being pushed abend the owners having placed an order for more cars with the I Iron a decent doctor and hospital a judge of whiskey and The man at least needed to be fairly vith a good digos tion ami a strong the sessor of no nerves and a knack of getting out of trouble as well as The Western man seldom quarrels with his neighbor about the hvwers allowing that each and all have a right to own opinions upon what is purely a Do not useless squabbles Uua can easily be Imvo a great tendency to arrest gen uinedevelopment Too much ing on personal matters in days was a hint was EFFECT OF TUB REBELLION A difference of opinion how collection of par sons usualty to found where trouble is browing and something Indian squaw and What many of us love is in the so we thor oughly appreciate the sweet simplic the truth to nature of that od chestnut which relates of the Englishman dashing up a crowd in the thrusting his chin into the melee and exclaiming Oos i lead to whatever otiiers happy and may have to is not much doubt but that the rebellion 1885 started us off and put much new life into Be fore the trouble started work whs the small rancher or settler at a and many avman was looking about for something to do wHh even a quarter in for only the purchaser could find employ ancl all the land was annexed or wanted by big companies for to thfront made Miss ami her Ashworth who for last eighteen months has been the the manager of the Union Bank Oko has resigned fromthe service of to have appeared at the police j that institution and will go into bus court last night to answer to the of carrying concealed weapons not do Martis a former employee at the Gait and who has lcen ill for the pastthroe years with con died yesterday at his home in this He leaves a widow and three The funeral placo tomorrow court this morning Pilling of Cnrdston was charg real estate for sale in Tjothb ridge without having areal incss for himself as a insurr nal estate and general agent at Anderson was for merly on the staff of the Union Bank From present appearances the Lethbridgc Woolen Mills will be tax ed to their utmost capacity to turn for next The Brycc Winni which handles the out orders salesman from the firm mills were in the city last week and intimated that they could sell next year all the mill could turn busy agents The case vt no siiflkient evidence b ing Simmons appeared and the travellers ior Trainmaster ITopkirk was summon ed to Calgary owing to the illness of his wife Miss formerly of the public school staff hen is in the city visiting Miss Weber of Wctxer this morning for The company are now getting out samples for next will commence selling noxt Wilson was the hostess hands scarce at home so that wages for ordinary hands went up to to Sir per month with Those that went to the front made good Me and beg says his next neighbor in the and whom he had never seen as he hits him a biff under the and at it they I I Still others will remember th story of the deckhand looking tlovvj into the engineroom of the steamer eeeing a fight in whis tie1 to his exclaiming with great glee and ores a chance for a blob And do not lot us for ARE GOOD PEOPLE To 6IVE MEN LOVE To dET THIN65 WEAfi CAN yov NOT GET bEJT PRE5ENTJ FORMEN AT A MENJ I JTORE WE ESPECIALLY INVITE THE LADIES OF THIS CITY To COME AND WHAT BEAUTIFUL PRESENT PRESENT PRESENT PRESENT SMoKING AND j PRESENT EVERYTHING fHEY CAN 6UY 3 FOR rhciR MEN AT AND THEN IN WHAT WAY YOlT F CAN MAKE LITTLE DUSTER P BROWN HAPPtER THAN BY GIVING HIM f A NICE NEW SUIT OF CLOTHES OR A OVERCOAT YOU WISH To THESE THINGS BEFORE YOU SO COME AND LOOK AT THEM THEN GET OUR PRICES x COME TO THE The Bentiey M WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 come rnin row get the old lady of the Emerald isle who gently soliloquised that hall brick in the end of a stocking was a shwate Even a hailstorm may have its Us its for the vheat groxver but clears the air and you the a difference of did quite a little for Al and varied the monotony of life for a Nothing is so dis tressinp as tltc cominonplace when its but Hamilton will make nn extendcI John of A ulct wedding vvns hekl at the who purchaserl some land near has moved up his family and 1Iast evening when MfIvtn ifcGhee to uuter into active farming nnl itisfi cre in Fletcher is in the city today on his to Reuben Tiflin left today for a visit to his old home in and vill while for a be gxicst of former pastor of Wesley Metho dist HD wns in the city last his way to is a respected of Card At oiin time he was a member Victoria of the famous Mormon choir in the and holy matrimony by the pastor of Wesley and McGhco are both from McChtV is engaged in developing a They expect to make their home in Lothhridge for n few months before returning to their Colpman leaves tonight to spend a coujle of weeks with his family at for Santa California with her aunt and uncle to spend the Tvrs severs his connection with the Howman Agency at the first of the year and will enter into bus iness on his own account in the Ol iver Ivcs has a wide knowledge of the real estate business and as he is an enterprising and well taljcrnacle at Salt sister the wife A of the famous JJrigham David thc Tloraco Greely of Raymond Canlston Winter left for Calgary this morning to spend tht re turning after thti NXJW Howcll JTarris and wife went south on this mornings train to Groat young should work up a good License Inspector of xvas in the city yester McGuffin is erecting an open air skating rink at the foot of Round Harris goes to at one of tlw most delightful social functions of the season at the Bar racks last Thore were ten tables at euchre and everybody had a real enjoyable and favored Lcthbridgc with a visit last Elton is the sortj Lcthbridge friends of offellow that brightens h in I of TritcsWooil will the blues and makes the comented I hear he is qrttc man with tynUoid getting as much of life as the TO SEND The time is drawing near to ship ycmr presents for the Have you seen our stock of Cards and Fancy Goods Robertsons Book Store PHONE 251 1st Door West Union Bank Wilson to Medicine Hat yesterday on police the fc road master returned yesterday from Pen where he has been visit ing his Arthur Jlevrburn last night from Trinity Port to spend the Christmns holi Miss Mackay wont to Pinchcr Jft Crook on Saturday to spend the hol iday Locomotive foreman Pcnncfather went to Calgary on return ing ill and Chief Des pivichcr Allen of llctlicine Tint paid an oflicial visit to Lelhbridge yoster Kroning chairman of the lo cal grievance committeeof the of has returned from Calgary where he attended the meeting of the general grievance commibtcc of tho The officers elected by the Committee the General Grievance of tfoose Secre of 3kiose Fowler has gone Jo to visit her pat st evening the Co fin ished erecting tho six smokestncks at the 3 shaft feH last week the During the time wore dorn the bright jicn on the weekly pa pers in the the sowHi of daughter of Magralh eft night for Liverpool agent at Magrath was in the city ov L TV the Calgnry spent yesleri miners kopt ninning although the j output was considciably Thc business manager of j smokestacks were those from the com Elton accompanied his wife and Also Grant for All y SOCIAL AT 1ITJXTSVILJLK Vctcrinarjsurgeon from jaml A decidedly enjoyable social untfer the auspices of the Himtsville cp worth Ijcaguc was held in the school house of that name on The room was well filled with honrly pioneer from a few months old to three score years feet host and The lone hand and the gentlemans both won by Inspector West chiWron to the cfty and they left on the express for later pro he will stay about three weeks Vrooman won the ladys Morally leaves On a three a very pretty pieco of vacation trip to Justice Beck wns among the Louis and other American cities to Jamioson nephew of Jamioson superintendent of the of at has entered into par led of the Attempted murder of her tnership vith Zi Venne in the was sentenced three real estate and insurance jears In Jamteson comes originally from ceeding to vis R Eltons parents sail in The Kinprcss of treUvnd on the e at is beginning to move ing daughters home tonight from where been at vcy spending Christmas and New Sidney Jackson andwife arc leav ing on n trip to their old home at Clinton this Ioroy Coons of Hatch Coons left on todays local for Stavely to spend i Christmas with his has located in His office is with TTajtch Coons Oliver This morning who wns soaked ai dollar ami costs the day for Iwing dnmk was all lively on the L line agjat they will return to Toronto a There were orders for thirty cars principally from Card and Hamilton and Miss Enid leave tonight for the East Hamiltonwill return at the on January Miss of the Central School staff left this morning for Great Falls and near hasbeen appoint ed physician for the Crows Nest Lodge 785 of the Bof Jack Macbeth is now on the staff of the Bank of Montreal at Medicine irewill be home for Christmas itahly rcmlered and received the cor dial appreciation they occupiefl the At the close of the programme Pet er moved tho good old vote of Ihonks to Miss Brown and Miss jCreclman and all others who hod creating a racket at thc His long suit j bored so faithfully tomakc the ev m gets mad cning HTintsvilleis to be Ixi goes after those around with his mouth open ready to up the whole It look throe men an hour to put him into the Hag congratulated such leaders at the be ginning of the existence of their J was ra ised for buy to spend j Horne went to Calgary this istrate Humphries sent him down for ing an organ for church and social After the Miss Newton leaves morn ing to speml sixty ;