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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. December 10, THE .w. PLANS Had Not Been Signed by Ex-Premier Rutherford SIFTON EXAMINES Discovery Makes Coin-' pany More in Default inan Ever Edmonton, l much'missed ui the t'ion of the A. ife (i. W, Ry. were laid upon t'iie table oi Lhe lepb- hi.tun- lust se.ssi.uu during the Water- ways controversy, and which' suddeii- Iv and jnystrriously disappeared after tlie session, and could not be found when want-oil the A. G. Vv. in- vi'st-igation .have "be-cn1 "resurrected. Dragged from thdr'eitiht monihs' rest ing place.- in the tlusi.y {.-oruer'of speaker's wardrobe, at legislative huildijigs, the plans were brought -to at 7.30 last, evening, by a- clerk; of the II. Coivell .and his! who had just completed u week's, linal and almost fruitless starch for the niissing plans. The .uJtieaulhing of. the plans caused soKeiJiing of a sensation at UIL- bliM iiig last- when it was. id by Premier Sifibn later on in "tin- evening, while the house sat in com- mittee oi tue whole. The plans have been the t-opic or corruoversy ever sins-.e they, niysteripuslr disappeared'. All the 'members who ever .saw them 'lying "on the table of the housed ap-j uearcd to 'have a lapse memory, and forpot-whether' the-plans were "ev- er signed 'by ex-Premier Rullierford. Xo' Sijrnature on Them RuUie'rl'oi'd .swprr .on.'.thc stand that the plans bad never been approved nor approval a'iU.ed The discovery of "1he plans last- night settled the first part ni Rutherford's answer. tlie plans wore unrolled last night un- drr the glaring electric.-' light of 1hc. prnnier's. office, where they were hastily taken; there was no" sign oi In Club Life, Home Life, or in" the Daily ;Grind, there's.' ,no more attractive'nor profitable sense than that which good clothes'give. Semi-ready Clothes are hand-tailored and.'always of cultured style Suits-at between, at and r Some even and Overcoats at to Ulsters at 'A. SIR EDMUND WALKER; c.v. PAID-UP CAPITAL, -RESERVE i eams Entered in League V; -1-, -1- :i Q 1 'J w-ili be (completed DV I 5 LethBricbre Deer, "Am- tiie...sanies in-cacn, a-fsur Hockey" Association convened coniplttt-d by 'February here yesterday--and completed orgaii-. tary. has received schedules from-, jization. [the Southern Division- i The league comprise twenty-one ajid ihe required iiow-is thet "teams, aiid- iwenty-.-of ihcse were rep- delegates or by proxy at appointed to .revise'' are and are payable free of at all banks in'Canada (except'in The Money Orders issued by this" Bank -are payable1: charge, in ihe-prindpai cities of the 'Unifed rate of the in Great, Britain and They can be obiainecTat any office of the. Bank on s E" i -rj I I T liiilLlI 209 resented' by the meVting. .The Division vvill consist- of three teams iroci Ed- monton and teams i'rom Strath- cona, viz.: the -Bankers, Y. M. C. A., and. Deacons.oi Jidmonion, and -the Stralhcona's'and Hartiisiy, of Strath cona. Division will con- Cam- and, tiv'o other- tov.'ns. is an divusion. Tiip Central Division will comprise Castor, L'acombe, .Rc-d. Deer, Diilsbury' and from Cal- gary, discussioG-.arose .as to wheth- er- the allow Cas- tor to ..enter" on. a'cctflint. ot the .'town being away coti-stitutions not- successful it! carrying o.ut tim work. presidiTu Dec1, "ivas y niL'ttiiig to take the old constitution and. .revise the'same-'to be submitted to the league and booldet form- Amateur Clause The following' clause Tvilf be insert- ed .which -.rill, eliminate the residence i rule." All clubs belonging to uns I S.'ague shall lio'.Id a and.-; Tcta! Cwr ,'c'f -.the world, yottvisit- card for. all Cavers ing: to '-the club ten days before, any. schedule, Carrie, in -wbich. they- partici--; pate; ancf ccttificates shall, be pres'ciited to thv referee 'at' the rinki prior TO" all certificates: haii issued the -secretary or: going'north-to within', a few miles ol Batu-nburg. The plans were .brought down to' tlie House last- session, dur-- iug; the heat of the "Waterways 'eon?, and fried by1 the railway of .-.-it, ..did hot get a glimpsu of'the company, just -before the timeH precious roll.- fin- officer, of nbe; league t0 'any player un- .wherever yop- a; of Credit-from-this -Absolutely safe, as np; one else can iutroduction-to.the.b-est'Bahks -and-Baiikeis Our Main, OfHce cor Redpath J Ward Stirling A. Acting. Manager. -Grassy" Lskt- -Manager.- -'j-. limit expired. The plans were brought to the house by Rutherford., After .lying on. for. a cou- pic uf creeks, the plans, disappeared Thp.v had. jbeeti. exai-iHned by the ma- Tha who had ..never, before seen ..the plans, "cxamin-ed them. later, and aimotmced the fact of the dis-, coVcry to the' house. Tlic- the plans gives a jority of the members in. tlic 'mean- somewhat the sit- No "o-ne tncw where the plans nation, ul though they can mate little Jiad gone. Clerks and officials of tur. 'difference. now.. If the plans had nev- housc made, a search high er liten approved, the Railway Com- in vain." Ivfcuinvhile" cominission aud the .plans hibit.- Still there'was no sign .of them. Then Bennett "from his memory oi the plans. 2jegan to ask questions of Rutherfoui ,on the stand. "Ruthcriord pany 'Avera in no' position, to, proceed the construction work. If. 'the company had' never asked the approv- 'they ''did not, the company-? is 'to Tjie premier-.'saicl last, '.'This discovery' "the situation. 'Eveii if the plans .are hu'V plans are fur a .portion 'of >-thc A-.. G. Vv. Roiid. curnmciic ng at. .a poizi't; j seven miles north ot Ivdmonton and- swore he had never given approval of been' usk- approved .are ed vor.- Revealing '-the. plans' last'{ default, since "th-f; act requires, out those contentions. The.plans were'hustled oft-to the the' champions... of Ttb'e c.ent-ral. division. hi's' amateur, card-' and this shall exercise due diligence., and they certainly did''not that." Pincher Creek the will and Taber. be made- because their schrdnje starts- i Mackcd. Rink j on DjpC la; a m0tt have -to to-give thsm tiine'l to to1'the late.-date or the meeting. Vote of Thanks' A vote of rtha'nVs was "given by the j association tp- the Calgary and! champiou-J ship cap donated jointly by these- two Teams papers. Tlie. This madv Wenty-o'iiSteams-'which test "for'sport in the'w.estr.; have, entered antl -te-tc'Onipcted: lor a-rmual'ly to bo the property of the-team winning it three times' in' succession. A after Dec. 20tlr-by thv "presfdenf; Calgary consitier- -schectules" corisii- tutions. -v-''i Some of the.southern teams did not seem-favorable to'MacLeod on account of the small rin.fe'r'a't the it was finally admit them on condition that if tjiey.jvon. the cham- pionahip of tlie division they would pia'y fiaiife on regulation iee outside, Mafcl-eTJtl" ting .the town j ieeuo'JEgaJ] 'Itaguc will draWMip its ov.'A-tS.'hefilfle-'nSid to the riot later than December 20ih., Th consigt-joi. Ifome ames .played" enta Recognise from 'Fnseo to Winnipeg as THE BEST MECHANICAL DENTIST IN CANADIAN WEST j A classy oH'i cc. arranged and on ffivted for a classy practice, per- i foctly equipped and prepared to do the best in denial art. The latest American methods and systoius, AXD XOXE O.THEE. 16 years'" experience. 7 post-.aTaduave'i-ourses. 7 years in represen- tative practice in Calvary, winner of Last International En dire work Dental Congress. Sealile, 1909. lt: Inlay and Alveolar Dentistry peciay: (The new systems) AH Work Guaranteed Bryan Block Konnd Dufferin Prompt Attcnlion. "London. Dec. Scotch lea'gue foot hall resulted as follows Scottish League Dundee -I, Heart of Midlothian 1. Hibernians Aberdeen -1. Thixti Lanark :i, Hamilton 'Academ- icals 1. Clyde 1, Celtic 2. Motheru-ell 3, Queen's Park 3. Raiih Rovers 1, JCilmarnpck 1. Glasgow Hangers., 1, Falydrk 1. St. Mirren 1. Morton 2. Airdriconians 2, Patrick Thistle 0. First .Notts Forest 3. Bristol City "3. Everton Oldham Athletic 0. Bury 3, Liverpool 0. Woolwich Arsenal 2. Blackburn Rovers 3, Newcastle Un- ited 1. Aston. Villa -j, Xotts County 1. Shcfiield I'nitefl 3; Manchester Un- ited i. Manchester City 1, Sheffield Wcdnos -day Sunderland 1, Preston North End 'Bradford City 3. Tottenham Hot- spur 0. "Second UaMisley Leens City 0. J. Hull Otty 3. Chelsea .Bradford 0. (Jrient 1, Fulhani 0. j Couniy 4, Siockport County! 1- GlosSoT 0, Weslbronnvich AlbJOn 2. .lluddvrslic'ld Bolton ilerei's 1 T i Loia-strr 1, Ga'.nsboD.-.igli Lir.cbni City n, Birmingliam 1. i 'MYolverljanipion Wanderers 1, Burn- j el 0. i ?a.rk 1. Rri'i-.tfortl 3, AVeslham' United 0- j Palace -VLuton 1. j Bristol Hovrrs 3'. Portsmouth 2 Swir.don Town '2; Northampton City 2, Brighton and Albion I. 2. CoTutry City Sotiii- Knil United 1, Norwich 0. not he carried .on with anything like sueess "The, shedulo.' which provides for forty1 matches, carries the season in- to 'tne sccnd which is i quite late 'enough, '.if the public are i tiine' to speculate about the baseball and the lacrosse pros- pects- before- vrarm -weather sets in. -Is -not the schedule that the play- ers -wiJI' seriously ''Crblect to, but the determination of "the1 association to adhere to the five thousand -dollar sal: SVIN Deposits .'of upwards received and-in- -'V terest allowed U. aild Eoreig'ii. Exchange sold; at lowest rates-; A, '.General Banking Business LETH3RIDGE BRANCH DiAMOND CITY BRANCH K. D. -D. C. It'loolis_ like a ssrious_ .deadlock., and 'date..- -Jt would be. -.too nruch" like; :ii; one that might result..'.- disastrously, i repetition of. the- break-- There is always that'possibility'that 1 two rival some .of'.the more determined players j tipn. tb'eaclr other last '-wjinterV ,vThey.- might put their heads together and j could make it vrith the assistance of promoters two big leagues 'in.- -ths; ary limit, which some of: the' players j lanncn. "a new" league. This wouldjbe East. '..Tlie -be'-under'. say is as- cruel as stealing candy from -a very bad state of affairs to school children." sprung upon the hockey fan's at hare 'the control of .one- organization -.and this that organization must rule supreme..- "fussy" about the lit of you? inaerwear. Buy .'.the kind is on ti0 This is in see .pictured Penman's IIol Speaking cditori.illy of the X- M. A. ami The situation, th All 2s cold rs lo i'unu s that Uic ssme ;