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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta i 1 1 _______ P 1 DO YOU WANT TO MAKE 250 PER CENT. ON AN INVESTMENT? Here ie your chance, think it over, and ACT. Gift For You FARMER BOUGHT THIRTY AUTOS Dec. C. Coe, a Sas- katchewan farmer, dropped into De- troit on Sunday and by the time ho had finished his- errand yesterday he had .purchased thirty automobiles for his farmer friends of the far North- west He was not an agent; he told his neighbors that he was going east and they gave him their orders accom- panied by bank drafts. Coe paid for his own mach'ine and the cars were all high grade, several being of the to class. The bumper wheat crops in the Northwest were the cause of so much prosperity Don't one. GALVIN-HATFIELD 1- OTT ..BLOCK j 'x LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE O. BOX 1892 SETTLEMENT OF STRIKE PROBABLY NEAR St Paul, Dec. Haw- ley of the Switchmen's union, when asked to-day if the rumor of a settle- ment of the strike were true, said: "If you knew what I know there would be something in news way.' This was, as much as he was willing to say. Governor Eberhardt, when aske_d if the strike was settled, said: 'We are hopeful of a settlement and it may be that the railroad managers have decided on a settlement so far as they are concerned, but the strike cannot be definitely settled until both sides meet again. The Strikers' com- mittee is here' managers are meeting "Both 'sides "ar'e willing- to make con- cessions, and if, they cannot do any- thing else they'will submit'the mat- ter to arbitration." ENTRIES FOR AVIATION CONTEST Fifty-Eight Airships Have Been-Enter- List L.OS Angeles Dec. 21-Entries in the three divisions of aeronautic and aviation events for the aviation meet- ing to be'held in this city from Jan- uarv 10 to 20 closed last night and a list" of 58 air ships of various kinds which will compete for, the prizes aggregating was announced today. The aeroplane list includes: Paulhan, Maison, Bar- oness of France; Charles T. Willard and Clifford B! Harmon. New Glen H. Curtiss and U. W. Hamilton of Hammondsport, New York; H.P. Warner. Beloit. Wis. These five will, use Curtiss biplanes, Roy Kvabenshue, Toledo, Ohio; C. Morok N. monoplane; Louis Bergdoll, Philadelphia, Bleriot mono- plane; Ralph Saunders, New York, monoplane; I. W. Curzon, Cincinnati. Forman biplane; E. S. Y. Beach New York, and H. W. Gate, New York, and also twenty-six entrants from Califor- nia machines include ornith- opiers, gyroplanes, monoplanes, bi- planes and triplanes and.'one aero foil. rT." ut. u I Investments in IRISH PARTY GETS HE.L1- _ FROM UNITED STATES York, Dec. mission here has oeen very successful, _saiu T O'Connor M. P., as he was sailing to'dav on the steamer Mauritania after several weeks'spent in'this country to collect funds for the promotion of the Irish- Parliamentary party a inter- said that; he had al readv forwarded some Ire- land funds, the col- lection, of wiich he-iad. arranged for were to follow him A REGULAR SANTA CLAU8 15-16, IT; Block 96, I ALBERT E. IVES, :J i BLOCK JL Lots are now offered for sale in the townsite of Chin owned jointly by the Canadian Pacific Rail- way and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co, For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on -I THE GEORGE M. HATCH Land Go. ;j _______ w 11 i A 1 Iv s. t f Oliver Block SOLEf AGENTS LethbHdge, Alberta on' Disputes LOOK THIS UP T lots 05 x 125, Block 126, facing Peplow Street, 5; 00 1-3 cash; balance 6 and 12 month., 6 per cent. R. V. GIBBONS Co. t t J.-H-M I'M i BIG SNAP-6 amd half'blocks south of Central 'school, 'for cash... The Alberta Securities, Ltd. A i AROUND AND REDPATH T roomed, new. fully modern, two storey Kong ed. Illinois Alberta Realty Co. j 2nd floor Johnston block. Phone 290. Anto 455. (has been purchased by .Canada from I _ Vkrti-n