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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta DAYS i OF THE REBELLION Romlnitcenceft of �. N. Barker, of Cardaton, Published In the Edmonton t Saturday News. 1 1 i use �1 7s to A. �� -l - **t. I NEW FRUITS i Developments In n. now country nre'money in ninny coses and those that not so much a matter of nationality returned early reaped a harvest nt, for it, is more the. choice of the in- good pny putting up buy. Tho mon-dividunl thai lands hlin in the un- ey thrown into tin* country wns a known, and in a camp of nine or Ion godsend lo quite u few, ho started in tin* onrly days it was common lo find no two of the Haiiin nnt innnlity. j t>rv iso nevei This also lends to pence and an ah- Mud it not sence of cliques or various discus- limes many would have loft tho conn Rlons as to what pco{*lc arc the best. tr> U\\ Some in tho far Knsl are much con- h\ corned about* who Hhouhi inhahit this land. ii many a .small settler who might olh* have been heard of. Iven for these batter New Sultana Raisins New Muscatels f New Cleaned Currants NEW NUTS Walnuts Almonds ever. This country waH seen those who otherwise might nol hn\o invested in it, vi/( the troops Jl mnHers riot much an long from the far Knst, and possibly only a.s tliey develop and behave, ami, If n newspu|>er mar, knows tin? compnra fn-o^ri'sH hail Ixvn-loft many of those live value of the advortiHing thy New Crown Table Raisins Filberts Pea Nuts who criticize no development would over have arrived. Speak of folks us you find thorn. NaLlons and peoples have drifted u\vr HliU'o the world be-tfiin and at the best we niv a mixed-up lot and purity of race is a rare thing, a merciful provision of nature 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 "Wethcys" Condensed Mince Meat in packets. Mince Meat n bulk. T BLE DELICACIES" Heinx Mustard Dressing, Heinz Chutney Sauce, Heinz India Relish, "Queen Olives" McLaren's Cheese, Lea & Rerrins Sauce. country otilniin-il. STOOD rill". TKST. Thciv wns not m plonsnnl' situntlou i here for a long time among a lot of rest Uws Indians. and sleeping at night it.* n bed with a Winchester and several hells of ammunition around from kooi.InK -Uir- world still. MiMn� ()|(, fw lr|)U,)l0i ,mil its mcouvftuenees. Ihit virtue had its ivward in l�etter business later and it was not aptnirent that many nulTured much mental anguish. The only idea that svemed to' permeate tho average white man pf all nations JUDGC.D BYMI6 YOU mkL OTHERS HAPPV VlTH You� ClFtS" /^no' BRIW WTO YoUR5�LF. DoNT BUYTRA^H FoPl PRE5ENT5 VHEM YOU cak buy ^cmsibl^ \-4 t-rA _ L - ... BUSTER. BROUM 1 L t -4* races is like mixing liquors, i* a little uncertain in results at times but the general rthako-Up seems to result in activity and progress, for whera we find races or creeds huddled together, with the stranger excluded, Ihore wo usually find a slow going , , x, ,, Ut i - . waH t,un lf ll,> hac to he had lo lot. Nationality grows and patriot- r . , ..... fight. I hough tmvnv couU have ism is created, for the average man vi'U brag about the place �f his birth and to have a good op- Rought safety in a few hours' ride lo tlie V.S. A. and many were nnlives of the south country. \yt we newr heard of anyone suggesting this ami all those who could gc�I away seamed to hanker after going north to where the trouble \\|\s. These men were a mixed medley of all sorts somewhat on the model of the French Foreign l-fgion that may have within its ranks everything in the kIuiih! of foreign trades or profession, and 1h said 1o have held in its ranks sons oi kings, former nisiioiis, t*u., etc., and men of all nations the personal histories of whom would fill many �7 J*7 US y F----1 ;w1 ^ENJI&LE PREJENT^ ARE (SOOD THINfi^ FOR. .SENSIBLE PEOPLE To GIVE -SENSIBLE PEOPLE. MEN LOVE To 6ET THINGS To WEAR AND- CAN YOV NOT GET THE BE^T PREJENT^ FOR MEN AT A MEN'S .STORE? WE ESPECIALLY INVITE THE LADIEJ OF THI-5 CITY TO COME AND SEE WHAT BEAUTIFUL "PRESENT NECKTIES, 'I ft PRESENT SI/SPENDERS, PRESENT HOSIERY, PRESENT SMOKING JACKETS, AND PRESENT EVERYTHING THEY CAN BUY THEIR MEN FRIENDS AT OUR FOR Xmas Books Leather Souvenirs Plate Glass Mirrors Dressing Cases High-class Perfumes u Row's the day and flow's to mail your, cousins ncross tho sea! one or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such a.s ij-rrinmniQK soivkntu hook- MOTS. I'llOTO POSl^ t'alius of LKTHHKIIHi 10 and VICINTrY. 'ITCK'S KINK aI IT catjcn'uaus IVOllY am) lOMHOSSI^u CUIUST- Ilclvidere. 111., and being well and favorably known there ho will endeavor to induce his friends in Iov�\ to invest in lands in the High Hivur district. The Times welcomes 11 r, .lamieson" as a citizen of High lllvur. -High lUver Times. This morning from St. Patrick's Church the funeral of the la-lo Matis inion of himself (most had), and he hooks. Americans nnd Knglish who a good axeman, a fair cur|�ontor. a ^"kM to get. nlong very well toge-pretly good blacksmith, a good eook|tlu'1' had a great deal to do with the seamstress o- tailor, dairymaid, gnr- vaily development of Southern Al-dener, a bit of a farmer when r-�quir-1 berta ln our troop, recruited at ihI, harness maker and memler, miner Mtu'Io�(l- w*' hn(l ttonln and Commons sareakor, roper, and "oldlors nnd policemen, cow-punchers, driver. Hera, Indian agents, squaw sessor of no nerves and with a knack imul,� anec in 1 ly in the West, so we thor-man seldom quarrels oughly appreciate the sweet simplic-Uibar. of Hodpalh St. was held by j with his neighbor about the hitter's ity ami the truth to nature of that Itcv. l-'ather Van Tighen. The mem- religious tendencies, nllowing that j old chestnut which relates of tho bers of the National Slavonic Socio- each and nil have a right to their. j Knglishman dashing up to a crowd ty, No. 287, of which the deceased j own opinions upon what is purely in the street, thrusting his chin into was a member, attended in a body, a private matter. Po not useless the melee and exclaiming "Oo's a as did also the Greek ami Uomnn squabbles thai can easily 1*> avoided t rtghtin." "Me and you, you beg-Society of St. Peter ami St. Paul, jhnve a great tendency to arrest gen-jgur," says his next neighbor in the nine development? Too much talk- vrowd, rtnd whom he had never seen ing on j�ersonal matters in early,| Lvforo, as he hits him a bilT under GET OUR PRICES. "QUALITY STORE." COME TO THE RESPECTFULLY, The Bentley Company The deceased was an old timer in I lothbridge having come here fifteen WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TUESDAY. Major Ik'lcher has taken u residence on McKay Avenue, one of . .1. Stewnsun anil liwle son tif Fbiinonton, who have been visiting Mr*. .1. 1'. lligiubolhtim leH last nii*h�t for home. Mr?. .1 II. Wallace and Miss Cassie left last night for Washington, u.c uherr Miss W'alhue will resume her studies. On their way they will vi-�^ii i*.-veral eaMern points. \ en Sing, the well known Chinese gardener, who has made quite a little fortune, during his residence here left yesterday on a trip to China. days was discouraged, a hint enough. was KFFKCT OK Til 10 TIIOHIOLUON Miss Olga lOvan.s of Medicine Hat has arrived in the city to charge of the Isolation Hospital. benefit of his health about two wars, . . . Hint ii. -e A dmerence of opinion mnv. how- ago. Jie leases a wife and throe chit : , iliViit i ever, lead to happy results, and whatever others may have to say. 1 the chin, and at it they go. Still others will remember the story of the deck-hand looking down into the engine-room of the steamer, anil, seeing a fight in progress, whis- Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 THURSDAY. The wedding took place nt Mucleod of Thomas II. Hewitt, of 1 jetbbridgo and Miss J,illie Gilroy, of Stavely. The Hurteuders have elected tlv fol lowing ollicers: President, W. llayn-t�s; vice-president. 1). Haley; chaplain. Pave J'Yaser; Insi>ector, Webb; secretary treasurer pro lem, Walter Appleby; insidti guard, Clint Moore; outside* guard Chris. Oleson. Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Stafford and takoIA,iss l,or"t�y leave on the iuortiinK(s dyer for points in Ontario. W. ii. Dobbin left last evening to pu t much new 1 i fe into Alberta. pe-forc tho trouble started, work wns scarce, the small rancher or settler ! s|fcmd the holiday season at his oldnt n discount, and many n*mnn was 4 1 - _ tie** to his pal, exclaiming with great there is not much doubt but that the !ffUw 1111,1 **nl iKfnc-t ion. "U on- V,v's � *'��n�' for a bloo- ' nun* row." And do not lot us for- WHAT home, Slate Centre, Jowa. A brick store is Ixdng erected by [ Messrs. Murray & Drunk*, on Burden St. opposite the Hamuli Catholic Church. looking about for something to with even a quartet tn do sight, for get the old hidy of the IOmerald Isle who gently soliloquised that a hall brick in the end of a stocking was a "shwate wippon.*' Kven a hailstorm may have its us- YDD 10. T. Saunders, formerly tor of the Ijt-thbridKe Xews. has sold ' \uuu\, 1 * proprie- only the purchaser couhl llntl employ- 11vk Kcho f . i.,, . , * xt* i a no. for on||,mrv hands went I he ileal was comp ele( this week Ves. the rebellion, viz., a dlff of opinion, did quite a little foi s scarce at home so that wages | 1 oi-ta and varietl the monotony I eivnre L ... \ i_ Ir GOING \1-of \ The work nt the Stafford mine on ,the Kittle How is being pushed ahead fy .. * ltno ott'nPrs having placed an order Co., was iu the city for a few days. f 1 om* 1 up to $70 | life for a time. Nothing is so dis-  to $7"> per month with board. Those ' tre.ssing as th*> common-place when [that went to the front made good it's continuous. SEND? more cars with the Ijethbridge ' *Vlil' bl,t yUs 1 Iu,ni 11 ( 11 wiu orte yiW um| w||| en ( _ to ship your presents for the Enst. Have you soon our stock of Books, Calendars, Cards and Fancy Goods ?** Robertson's Book Store ,. _...... Incss on his own ncTutuvt in the shoul, ttork , �lov..lo,,i,K a mine. Th,.N expoct to > BOoU bHKinws. make their luime in l j-t hhridgo for Supt. Wilson went ti> Me*Iicine llat \esteiday on pidiee husim Watis ltihar, a former employe at ,morly on tiie stuff of tho Cnion Hank ',|jst Church. a few months their ranch. ht-fore it'turning tt> ihc end tho hol- \l. II. I-owe. the A. 11. & I road-master returned yesterday from IVn-sle, Sask., where he has boon visit- C. V. Kroning chairman of the local grievance committee, of tho H. ot It. T. bus returned from Calgary where he attended tho meeting of tho general grievance commiUee 'of tho order. The officers elected by lh� Committee are:-(Jenoral chairman of ing his family. last i1 ho f5t?nyri1' tjrinvanco Committee, K. Jl. Cook, of Moose Jaw, Vico-chatr* Arthur S. Mt*wburn retuni4* (livoly'on this morning's train to Great Mrs. Harris goes of Magrath, Ituymond ami Carilston i Kails, .Mont., getting out samples for next yeur, jcllsU'k'li rttVoiv'l J-ethbridge. with a ; California- and the travellers will commence i v,sii last ^"^inff. Klton is the sort I .ocomot i\e foreman IVnnefalher to ; went to Calgary on Saturday, return ing tonight. 11 ,1. W'ebor of We lie r Nros. Vancouver. H.C., selling next week, Mrs. J. O. Wilson was the hostess at one of the> most delightful social functions of tho soasnm at the Har-racks last evening. m There were Ujn tabkv* at euchre and everybody had a tval imjoyablo time. Mr. and Mrs. , chlWri?n to thu cHy an(| tJiu on Wilson ami their daughter being per- j t|K. oxpivss fur feet host and hostosses. Tho hethbridgc friends of H. W. Wood, a chap in I of the Trites-Wood Co, the contentcMl \ regret. *o hear tluut he is quite man discontented because he is dot'with typnoid fever. of fellow that brightens tho blues and makes Supt. I-attivnce. and Chief IVs-pateher Allen of Medicine llat paid an official visit to l.eihhridgc yesterday morning. Kast evenini; the A H. & I. Co finished erecting -the six smoke-stacks at the No. H siiaU that, fell lust week man, J. McLaughlin, Calgauy, Secretary, V. 1). Shand, of Moose Jaw. Mrs. Iv. H. Fowler has gono to Portland, Oivgon, to visit her parents. Alex. Munroe, the A. H. & I Co. J'Vrnio, will ngont at Magrath was in the city ov- !IAL AT 1IUNTSVILLK A decidedly enjoyable social under the auspices of the HuntHvillo Kp- ill gutting as much out of lifts as tho bright |h?n weilder on tho wexjkly pa-purs in the towns to tho south of us. Mr Klton accomi*unied his wife ami ;|i..ri..K the ii....- U.-.V �or, .lov.n llWjwoplh WM ^ ,n ^ ! miners M't runuliMC �Ul.ouKh tho houfj0 f)f Umt. lmm0 on ThurBfia�-.. ;output was considerably lesseno.l. The Toronto, later pro- this morning for Vancouver. JS.u.. !holh won by Inspector West and whew he will stay about three wweks Mrs. Vrooman won tho lady's poiw, Dr. McNully leaves on a three a very protty ploco of china. Hon. n�na an, tho ^nUouu^ ,r.�. *Z TJLto*T v'v. ^ " ^ Mi s. A link a vish and daughter of Magrath left bust night for Javerpool t|ftV jn cjtv Also S. J. (Irani for London. All' sail froui St. John, X.�., in ''The Kmpi'esH of Ireland" on tho 27th. weeks' vacation trip to Chicago. St. l^ouis and other American cities to- morrow. Justice Beck was among tho guests. C. M. Jamieson a nephew of U. R. JamieHon sujwrintondent of tho CP. lire. Fetiterman, of Kan ton, accus* (R. at Winnipeg, bos entered into par ?d of the fttteinplctl murder of her tnorship v\%\\ J. 20. Venne in tho husband, was sentenced to throe i^al estate and insurance business, years in prison.. 'Mr. Jamieson comes originally from FRIDAY. er Sunday. 11. K. Hose. business manager of | smokestacks were those from the com the Calgary Albertan, spent yester- ! pressor engines. J)r. Husk, Vi-terinary surgeon from Sidney Jackson and wife are leav- ] Bottineau, N. 11., has ha-ated injuuhiy renderod nnd receivexl tho coring on a trip to their old home at Luthbridgv. His office is with Haitch Dec. 19. The room was well Oiled with happy, hearty pioneers from a few months old to three scow years and ten. The numbers veno all cred- Clinton this week. . F. F. ConylKuuv, K.C., is expect 1 ! ing his daughters home tonight front 'Toronto, where they have been at-( tending Havergal College. After' vory , sjiunding Christmas and New Years at homo, they will return to Toronto & Coons; Oliver JUock. Wither day for lieing drunk was up Wheat is beginning to move lively on tho A. H. & I. Co. line again. There were1 orders for thirty on .January 4th. cars yesterday, principally from Card s ton. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton and Miss Enid leave tonight for the East Mr. Hamilton will return at tho new Miss A. M. Newton, of the Central School staff loft this morning for Great Falls and ElUston, near Helena, Montana, to spend Christmas. After the holiday, Miss Newton leaves'morning to spend Christmas. I-oroy Coons of Hatch & Coons left 1 T� morning Win. ltyan. on today's local for Stuvaly to spend j w�� soaked a dollar and costs ChriwUnas with his family. Dr. P. W. Tuller has been appointed physician for tho Crow's Nest Lodge No. 785 of the H. of It. T. who tho I Jack Maclieth is now on the staff of tho Dank of Montreal at Medicine Hat. I(e*will bo home for Christmas W. n. Home wont to Calgary this for creating a racket at the C. P. It. station. His long suit is to bite peoj)le. When he gets mad he goes after those around with his mouth ojwn ready to eat up tho whole bunch. It took three men an hour to put him into the cell. Magistrate Humphries sent him down for sixty days. I dial appreciation they deserved. Hev, 1*. S. Parrott occupied tho chair. Atj tho closo of the programme Mr. Peter Deckhout moved tho gooxl old voto of thanks to Miss Drown and Miss Creel man and all others who had labored so faithfully to make the ovoning a success. Huntsville is to he congratulated or\ having two such earnest, energetic leaders at the beginning of the existence of their league. $13.35 was raised for buy* ing an organ for church and social-purposes. 9999999999 ;