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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta e Lethbridge Daily Herald i Though he had been in poor health fitted greatly as a result. He was and buildings. He Jirst u-.nSi- ifor some weeks, the death cf always aggressive and optimistic, lie. ed Lethbridge in 18S2 and i.uili Uiam Henderson, retiring mayor of had sn-at faith in thc city's future: first house here. built tin who went down this city, at 12.30 o'clock this morn- and believed the best policy was to Royal North West Mounted Police the first, barely escaped a came as a terrible shook to all build the foundations solid and sub- Barracks at Macleod. Later he en- lNE Or AN irnel Most Cause e r.ximicvi Horses was supplied he fire by means of the ai fen it was over and the smoke and even can be made of the cause. on on the death of Beresford. sggn.-iViiKUn nnuu-nth ,u SMr- cri- speech LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1909. NO. k DGE LOSES ITS RETIRING William Henderson's Death a Shock To the Community Sketch Of His Career TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT OF REVENUE WASTED Scathing Denunciation Of Civic Ad- ministration In the City Quebec, Dee. Cannon who Couture and Mederic Martin, M. K citizens. His condition had not been stantial and his wisdom in that re- jtered the hotel business, establishing j the Lethbri-dge hotel. ed as the foremost commercial hotel I'nte to Beresford. ,c thirteen hortx-s shut up in the- Mr. Fielding's Budget Will Show a Big Surplus SAT, MR. SUBSCRIBER e' Royal Laeken remains at boys'ticket for the balance of tho sea- Do you know that a pay- ir. i the palace prepared t-> administer the son for S2.00. Parents who ment upon your subscription last sacrainrius." 'dcring what to buy Willie or will be worth more, votes this for Christmas can think of nothing COTTON OPERATORS PUT Ottawa, tariff changes ind a record surplus will probably be the features of the Hon. W. S. Fielding's budget statement in the Commons on Tuesday next It is understood that the government pur- suant to the ;policy of tariff stability, which has been followed since 1896, and in view of the fact that there is" no very seriou? demand for any cbange in the tariff this session, has decided to let. well enough alone, and for this year at least there will be no change in the tariff beyond that consequent upon the coming into force of a new French-Canadian trade convention. It is, moreover, deemed inadvisable to touch the tariff at present pending the outcome of the present uncertain; fiscal situation in the United States, and the possible, though improbable application of the maximum sched- ules of the Payne-Aldrich tariff pol- icy should be held to be "undue dis- crimination against thc U. S." It may be added, however, that in govern- ment circles herp it is believed that mature consideratiofi 'of the trade re- lations of two countries and a general desire of business interests on both sides of the border to prevent any serious dislocation of the present con- ditions of international trade will op- erate to preserve a fairly satisfactory situation. It may be intimated that the actual working out. of the Payne- Aldrich tariff in respect to its affect on Canadian trade shows for the first two months of its operation an in- crease of about in the. im- ports from the States to Canada and an increase of about in the rxports from Canada to the States, compared with the corresponding! mouths of August and September! London. Dec. following are the results of the matches played in England and 'gcntland to- day- .V First league: Bradford City Bris- tol City 2; Bury 4. Liverpool Castle United 1, Notts Co., um- N. E.'3, Sheffield W. 4; T b.ani 1, Sunderland 1; Blackbu 2. Chelsea 2; Middlesboro D villeO; Sheffield U. 2. Woolwich. 4; Nottingham F. 3 Bolton W. 1. Second division: Barnsley 2, ford 1; Burnley 5. boro 3, Grimsby 1; Leeds City -1 Manchester C. 2; Oldham A. 0, Wol j Of cotton. Many thousands of in the trade relations of of gold ticket will be issued to young men I by some enterprising candidate ors will be affected. property soir.e wni entitle them to all the you may come to thc Contest I ___________ _________ privileges of the club. Thc fee for Department, Bryan Block, CIGAR-MAKER FOH RIAL ''-he library 'department will still be make a payment and the con- _____ 52.00. In addition an honorary mem- test manager will do the rest SUICIDES Hamilton. Dec. Hannon, Zsmanski, her's ticket will be issued at the is, hand the certificate 24 years old, a cigar maker, comimt- fiank or finie ag brought ,vo oiiiers. not yet in cus- minal fcc of iiitrci'd wi'h at committed for was arrester! some for those who to thc one whom you wish to be identified with surprise with a big bunch of Club but who would in all probabil- votes. iiv not attend anv of the classes. by 'cutting his boarding house. Ford street, some re vis- countries on the tariff ion across the border. 'JK In respect to the financial aspect of the budget, the finance minister will be able to present a splendid statement. The Chicago, who is erecting the new press, and F. T. Robins, until a few weeks ago an employe of the Herald but now the proprietor of a job printing plant of his own. After the excellent menu provided had been thoroughly discussed, Hon. W. A. Buchanan, the managing direct- or and editor of the Herald, as toast He was suffer-jit look MISTAKEN FOR DEER n, a nshii.. Elijui: -AYiHnm Faraday come despondent. names of Walter Jordan, superintend- ho made then a probable revenue -for the current fiscal 000. year of about ent of the job department; 0. D. Aus- CAN'T ENTER LAKE ERIE Alcronac, Jlioh., Dec. between tin. city editor: H. Nicholson, fore- man of the news room, and John Tor- ranee, assistant business manager .All spoke of the happy relationship the 'management thirty vessels are anchored near the [and the staff and ascribed the V-i government at the mouth of j cess of the Herald to a the St. Clair river unable to enter! to this condition Island, IN OLD SWIMMING HOLE Man (Special to the j Kimball, IH-o J. [week a very sonmis skirmish. resulted futaljy, occnr- his old j red at, the gale of the Lnko St.. Chiir because: of the ice j which is inches tliirlr on the iaicp. It is of the boats! JL, A toast to iiu boundary A. Its many li'ag they wisii; .it a cuii. Jar; ers. -Today for of York- I'd In la: ,rior was was s.'li- on Visit tc Middlesex County From British London, Dec. travolung thousands of Boundary Line.! jiiik-s from Bntisn Columbia, Dan i Campbell, a.eod thirjy drowned noar .froine too nnieli M'Otin.ir, Itnllet wns odv of the ARRESTS AT MAGOG iffopr. Quo., Dec. have to stay whei 1 arrested here today, charged i winter. having systematically robbed Textile Co. of goods TO t.iie of or over. n s u-o :ho o "old swimtr, loiiired i: 1 hquor. ix his boyhood. Caropbeil the n.'Sult. bf-r-n wrst for thrw VKirs and of bC'.-n Tt. is lir-lieved ho suicide in delirium. The was ruaflo by thc clothing to par found on Ihe bruilc. the crime iurkcf! 1 A n. CiTV AND DISTRICT rs. (Dr.) C. C. Cragg has gone to; urri> !o during the n- (hat is very seriously s and thc to St. Patrick's church. B. W. Smyth, of Lo; in M: join iiis vi. iTiornuic to Smith here. poiic'1 nave D vet. Jean ill w tli fears arc en infa'n-t child oi Mr. and Mrs. .Jos.'-ph Megrcy, oi Moad. Th'; funeral was hcid this af'-ornoon from tin' resilience, to St. Patrick's churll; and from thi-rr ;o Roman Catli- thal oflicialoti. W. Canadian Bank mornin for and the nnnhlc to he po- a few compllnifini remarks concerning JJ. Jones and J. B. Kelsey in respond- [ing spoke of the very fair treatment the union had received from Mr-' Pu- [chanan. "Our Guests" was briefly respond- ed ot by Messrs. Dyce, Matheso'i Carlson and Robins, whiie T. Evsuis D. ft. Ware jrracefully. and btm- oronsly acknowledged the toast, to "The j Taking the 'toastmastcr out the-.hands of Mr. Buchanan for a jmlnnte, O. D. Austin proposed I toast to the manager and editor of the Herald. .W. A. Buchanan, which iwas moat enthusiastically received "He's a Jolly Good Fellow.' three cheers and a tiger, e whole evening was mos ras but an index o inth ro-nnrrilj ides tho wholj r f.o ;