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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Sit I I I I I 3 i I 3S TMI lAI L Attractive Property PARK DALE lots at were a snap before the Park By-law was passed a week ago. Aren't they a mighty sight better now? If you haven't bought, get in before the price is advanced. Property that will make you an "Ideal home" a little later. If it is an investment you want in- stead, where can you obtain such a chance for so little money? ass FfMBTTfT Give them to your wife or child for a Christ- mas prsssni 11 you don't want them yourself. If VQ-J live out of town send in per lot arsd we win select for Then any time within three months you have the privilege of changing them for others in this division that may not then be ft. 8 IHIMI ItmmiMHMI 1 I THIHD 1JCLAND EMPIRE EXCURSION TO California BETTER THAN EVER VIA S00-8POKANE 0. R. A N. ROUTE Leaves Spokane JAN. IT Reduced rates from all points oil C. P. It., Medicine Hat and West. Also SPECIAL SLEEPERS on Sco-Spo- kane-Portland regular train Jan. 1t. Tlfkttt lirrilttd, M days with ttop tvtr priviiogis returning, and include Pull- man Berth, all ineals is. diner, at hotels, tide trips and en- tertainment eh route going trip of six days. Heserre berths now. Only a. limited number can be accommodated as cars positively will not be crowded. ticktti entitle holder to a full lection. Ask your agent for itinerary and full information or write I W. R. tKEY, jl Travelling Passenger Agent 0. R. Co., 601 Sprague Avenue, Spokane, Wash. BASEBALL MAGNATES FAIL TO AGREE ON THIS MAN There are to be two Church of England parishes in the city. The present St. Augustin's parish and St. Mary's Mission will be made into two parishes. At a congregational meet- ing on Sunday evening after service the St. Augustin's congregation ag- reed on a vivision, the C.P.R. tracks he dividing line. The present St. Mary's Mission hall is to be removed to a more central location in the northern parish. A successor to Rev. J. S. Chirers has prt' been chosen. MANY LOCAL 'APPOINTMENTS The following local 'appointments appear in the current issue, of the .Al- berta Gazette..... v To, be notaries public, Harry, H. Lethbridge; Herbert .Coo- per, .-Reid Hill. To be commissioners for "takinff at fidavits: Seller, Coleman; W. A., ;Whitton, Lethbridge; McKerricker, Walter Price Linflsey. A. V. Gibbons and Jl ft. Leth-: bridge. To he issuer-of'marriage "licenses: W. P. J. Alexander, Lethbridge. To be official' auditor, W. D. Wins, Lethbridge. To be.'official auditors-for 1910: J. H. Robeleigh, and J'. 'W. Brainard. Barons; Martin Woolf, Cardston; Bryce Miller, Cowley; .J. A. Piche, H. J. Aldemar, Rpbert Sage, W. D. Wing, of Lethbridge; Duncan' J. Camp bell, Trenholnie Dickson. mas Faunt and Walter Roy Shanks of Macleod; A. A. Caldwell, Mountain View; G-eo. H. 'Budd, Raymond; Tho- mas R. Faddis and Hjaldernar Ost- Stirling; W. W. Douglas, Taber. i Iff i IT 1 T-T A riT GERAMAN ATTACK II c pni if y U. New York, Dec. magnates of the National League were appar- ently in a complete deadlock today when they met again to select the president' of the organization and Charles W. Murphy, President of the Chicago Club asserted his readiness to sit all winter if necessary to elect John M. Ward, while Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Boston, and St. Louis were opposed to Ward arvd seeking to elect Brown ofi Louisville or some compromise candidate. As suggested by Ward yesterday the magnates will likely become hopelessly dead- locked and Mr. Hevdlcr would con- tinue :hbld the office oL. president while a board of three regents, would j probably be appointed to conduct theT affairs of the league. The move of j Garry Herrmann in bringing forward j the name of Brown, for .president yes- j terday instead of Mr. Heydler wasj regarded today as an extremely stra- tegic one inasmuch as it assured Mr. Herrmann and his friends the abso- j lute support of Stanley Robinson i who favored Mr. Brown. Mr. Herr-j marin is now in a position to offer the name of Mr. Heydler1" as a compro- mise candidate. Herrmann said he proposed to look after Mr. Heydler in- case he was not elected. OF C4MA35A. For Western wDtnmvW Tin TJxtai attention to tbe banking Ike Fa Dealers, Mem raxi BrMrefewi paid at highest emrrort Main Offlct A. J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Offtee K4., N. Stlrlinf F. Aetlnf W. Baillle, THE CANADIAN BANK HJEA0 OFFICE, TORO5TO K. WALKER, present t ESTABLISHED 1897 Paid-up Capital, 1 0 ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager j Reserve Fund, 6 ,00 0, 000 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by telegraph or letter. COLLECTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign conn-tries, FOREIGN jySINESS. Cheques and drafts on the IHrttitfc fc liigfct Lethbridge Branch C G. R. (tame, New York, Dec. Berlin' cable despatch, to The Times today says that a savage attack on the Ameri- can policy, in Central America, was made yesterday by: the Local Anzei- ger. Berlin's leading daily- newspaper., which is frequently inspired by the German Foreign Office. ..The -Local insinuates that President Taft and Mr. Knox, his secretary of state, engineered the- revolution in Nicaragua as President Roosevelt and Secretary Rvoot engineered that in Paaama and with-a similar purpose in view, namely, the reduction of Ni- caragua to the condition'of a vassal to the Washington "government. The German paper, which throughout its remarks refers contemptuously to "Yankees" has discovered that Mexi- co's rejected offer of mediation be- tween the United States-and Nicar- agua was due to an ardent desire on the part of that Republic to prevent the United States, from setting foot on Nicaraguan soil, and thus "penn- ing in" Mexico' with; :United States territory, "both north-and south. The article intimates that unless Mexico I decides to follow, up her_rejected posal with a .the nefarious; plans of the United 'States will he! accomplished and the first nail driven j in the coffin1 of Mexican independence. AS MEDICINE HAT' VIEWED THE VOTE Advice to Follow Example of Leth- bridge in Matter of Parks Lethbridge voted down the street railway by-law, also the gas franchise by-law. The by-law to provide money for public parks carried by a large ma- jority. Putting public money into parks and recreation grounds seems to be good policy on the part of the citizens of- western towns, where real estate values have an inclination to soar. The cities should get in on tbe ground floor in mating wise provision for the future. same question will "shortly be placed before our peo- ple by the council, and we will be very wise if we do as the Lethbridge people the monev to pur- chase parks, not one park, but several. One other point in thia Lethbridge voting is that the greatest nuraber o'i votes polled on any of tb.e three by- laws was a large vote for a pretentious oity, and over one hundred votes Ifss Mian was recently polled in MeKiciiH; Hat on an industrial by-lav: Hat News. Lethbridge property owners have very emphatically sat on the propo- j pj sition to private corporations to control its street. and gas frsr- JP chises. Both by-laws were over whelraingly .defeated. AN APPRECIATION OF MAYOR HENDERSON (Medicine Hat News.) One by one the Alberta old-timers are petering out. The ranks of the pioneer brigade are gradually thin- j ning. The latest call has come to our old friend. Mayor Henderson, of Lethbridge, a figure prominent in west- ern affairs since the early eighties. Kis demise will be a distinct loss to Lethbridge and Alberta. George Cox, ex-mayor of Ottawa, died today. He was born 3t. Helen's Is- 1814 tttt i Ottawa In 1S55. He wo ConeerratlTe. 100 Per Cent Discount Or Three-thirds off Every Dollar WAS GOING SOME! WE KNEW THE MAN-HE IS BROKE NOW We arc not going broke, but we are going to giye you unheard of bargains, beginning to-day, Dec. 18th., and'ending When the goods end; that won't be long. All of and other best makes of All Souvenir Goods v Leather, Glass and Wood T' In short, most of our immense stock will be cleared out at That 5 is, you get one dollar's worth for seventy-five cents. We always feel just like that as Christmas approaches, and you always get the beat out of our weakness. This will be the great, big time of your life if you seize the op- portunity of seeing At his very own headquarters RED CROSS DRUG STORE ;