Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lethbrulge, Alberta, Monday. December IS, 1911 Number 7 CAN NOT BE fWD Eleven Year Old Boy has Been Missing Some Days Ln ilie Fcrnip.'Dcc.' is icing cited over tlic' diKappeai'Sina1. a hoy, named 'Hector Finally IN'itlioison, .son of'Mr. Hint Mrs. A. Nicholson, who. fin: in the t-'crnii; Annex, having conic here Spring Xovn Scotia, a few months ago. Air. Nicholson' is :i miner and svorks fit the Crueh mines. j Hi'clor Nicholson1 is JL little _pasfcj- eleven nf rather tall and Tor liis years, har. hair. anil cyos ami is pbck-markod, t.v.'ii or (hrro (i: IhDKc scars being, vtrry no- licraMc en the I'orcht'utl. llu wa-s. dressrd. in a whit? blouse over'which IIR wori; ;i brown rolorcid, invisible chcckcil coat.; lie won- tan colored boots, too large for Mm and-hml-'Oii-ttt'p or three pairs ni sbtiks to fiH'ollt the lioots. lie had a pair 01 home knit wool mittens, mid wore Q new lihic colored cap. The boy has a good school record, up to a days ago had had im serious troubto with his parents. The disappearance was not reporttrd lo Principal the sohoos un- iii last Thursday, since which time Ihe police-have been'. looking for him without-' results. The last known of ihe boy i.s the sLatcnient-pf.n playmate, named Tul- ley, who says Hector (old him just Dec. yearn federal prison at wns the sentonce 1m- today upon Rev. Krunlt W. Sand font, leader of the Holy GlipBt and tho Society of Shlloh for causing the death of six peruonB on the yitcht Coronet. NINE KILLED IN WRECK IN OVER MILLION DOLLARS IN NEW BUMNGS THIS YEAR Mayor's Address to Ratepayers Shows Encouraging Record for Ten Months of the City During the Year has Been Remarkably Improvements Varied and Facts About the Parks, Power and Light, Police and Fire Departments Mayor Adams 1ms ismied his ad- ami relate! It .temporarily to the Fleet-1 mer, but it was Impossible to carry it dross to the ratepayers. Aa usual be (wood School, and oilier outlying this year on iccouni uf layir-s of gives an extended roviow of innnici- jtricts, until auch time us it is deem- newer and mainu in the district pa J affairs during the year. Tho ad- -oil advisable to lay cerncitt walks. I'for which it was planned. This work do no tlhink h is a profitable business'is now completed, and bids will he ro- for t'lQ'Clty to lay any moru new wood- yeived for the-paving on the 27th of JEWS WANT TO FIGHT RUSSIA is ;is follows: I 1 to submit a. brief report :of 'each department from 1st of Jan- i nary to the 1st of December, a period of eleven months: Second Section- of Train Crashes Into First Section j Odessa, Minn., Dec. nin.' iviA'Ons '.veri1 killed in. a wreck en tliL- Chicago, Milwaukee and ;St. Paul railroad here today and ten j more were seriously injured, when tln.> second soefion of train N7o. "18, Ihi- from .Seattle, ta'astuni iiiin thn first .section, which" hern slopped on a sitnul. Tho accident occurred short 'Us- i I frnin the signal tower at Odes-! sa. Tlie iii'.sl Kjction of train had j hotii stopped in- the towerinan he-j CM use of A iivigh't- i.rain in hloc'c aliend .nf it. The i which closely fallowed iht- Jirst, Workg (intl Property plan -.'or the year in- cluded an expenditure of on tJtreet grading, including work done on twonty-se'ven different street-o. Owing to the bad weivtlier j the work wasi not slaned until Aug- uBt, and consequently Mi ere is n small i portion unfinished. Toial amount of done: miles of streets in South I.e-ih- I bridge miles of streets in North Loth- i bridge iotal. noveil in en walks; .their life is 100 short and Ihe maintenance too great: CO North Lethbridge liOJin.'ft. in Sou'th Lethbridge crc-jBihgs, STG lin. in Lothbridijf; 5 culvert's, 160 Hn. ft., in North Leth- V 'bridge 07 buiycrls, 3S7S lin. ft., in South "Lethbridge. 40 street crcsajngs, 21fiT lin. in .South Lc-tbbrtdge S69 lin. for culverts iewa'ge have finally got" the1 plans and specifications com- work, and it is being this month, and the work cau be start- ed as BOOH as spring opens. Street small appropria- tion was mad o in connection with -this undertaking. Plans are well under way and and there is no reaeon why the citizens of Leth- bnldso should not he rid Ing on a street cur line, owned by.themselves by the middle of Augiist, 1912, and eighteen months from .that date they should be able to'visit their friends In Diamond City by street car line. PARKS: Henderson gracl ing of the shore line for the park to a of two feet below the JJotton, Dec. one hundred thousand Jews atand ready 'io enlist anil' 'flght against Kusslit should IntJint- anco on tho right cf American citizen s bring about ivar, 'wat the declaration of Kabi UyhJea at a meeting at FaitcuII Hull Market v -o- 4 HE IS ASKING FOR MORE If it is Not Forthcoming City Solicitor Will Resign Ciiy .Solicitor F. LOCATION OF STREETCAR BARNS Work on Construction to be Sized Building Car ImniR, Hub-flta'lioii, work shops ansi onices for the municipal rail- way will be located at tlic corner of .Fourth ,nvenue and Third street on the property now occupied, by th6 nmrket buMding. This was the in- rornmtlon handed the Herald this morning by Superintendent A. Reid ia in charge of -ilie syBtem. The city hug had twb locations under consideration ror some one at the south o( Fifth.Street, and. the one chosen. The former was considered for. some reason to be the more suitable, but the choice fell on the Koim'h avenue location for finan- cial reasons. The'car barns and sub-station will be built, with all necessary machin- ery installed complete by the of -luiy next. Contracts h-ive been let for the necessary machinery, one of city council at its .tegular meet- of the contract being- that will lav his resignation -before cubic yards of earth VIctr-Tla Park cubic yurds of earlli moved in Henderson T'nrk Lake afvlJ cubic yanla of earth moved in irrigation ditcli Park advertised, and bids will be received proposed surface of. the water has been on December -7.'In the meantime ure'haiillng cinders to be used in the construction of the-1 filters, using our [Water main was laid from this park the work has oner- chanca of a on account of-. completed, and wo arc getting price-.! fnS tomorrow. It is understood that the machinery must be operating by on rip rapping''he exposed shore line. }ie has written the council staling so that there will be no own'teams-for this work, during slack (to the Fair Grounds in August, and! times. This system should be improvements in the way of iotls as 15323 clinic yards o! earth moved Mac I cod rocxl. vhe sub-station equipment, not being1 to require practically the Jn 125 We have also a small nursery start ,a feet> and the building will be prob- Kenderson I Street7 appropriation of at the above park. The idea is to "ot Srinitecl' tbu council will ahly 10fl bj.'12G- u win be a three was made for paving in grow our own trees "and1 shrubs for the'asked 'o icicpi his resignation Itiack ahair capable of iccommodii- piotetl tiy midsummer. The estimated Building. Grand Stand and Sla-. whole att'.nticn of one man, and itsks property on which the ba cost Js bles suitable for present-year's Fair. therefore for grehter 'remuneration. bc located IB 175 feet by Cement The sum of is blown as a silk train, c.n- waB estimated to be exuondoil on thin j rytiif; Railway officials work font owing to the v.-et season, wo Kftor (ho dismissal of school last aUriluie to fnrliiue am] -A 2Vfonday Hint he was going io i-ie a.friend of the iiy living.not i that the Mrs. -Montoe was not homo at thai. t.jon time: and has not, "seen the'hoy. The boy, in company .writh two or throe to have taken V sfoiih vride io .'Morrison's 4'fir-jlfghf nf the. train .in camp, two Or three miles from town, "jV lime; i.o collision, a week, ago last Tuesday, and it is thought that fearing trouble over weather in November S-': signals a-alnss cor.-r.ruct Is but'little more than half Mellon.'They also hillttvt completed. Amount ot worfc complet- irakenuin tlie first; sec- ed; Work done in South n.ij miles, or SOSfi.7 lin. ft. of ISlri. lin. ft. 'of Gin. 7339.5 Hn. ft. of lOin. in Gait Park. ASSASSINATE st.c. tliV though first; 10 riw.ifriii'kt to (lag si'cnnd section. Because darkness, t-lic engi- neer bj the. ;KL'cond. section did not see From Tfic i'ear car oHta first section was tele? scoped. Anil Ufa next car to it was j South' Lethbridge early in the sum- differen-t city park We" have at pre" sent 7100 trees and shrubs in our nur-i sery. We also planted 1500 troea a- j round the avenue in Henderson Park, i Gait has been sbap- j od Grading and laying of side- [walks have been practically ;ed, and 'a portion'of Ihe park seeded. alien 'The centre will be fin- stand. iRhed in the early surplus j There has hi excavation: from tho--streets, whlch'are to be paved; When thi'fl'is completed While this nmor h been gucn no 111P muu incre thfl' tno tpn calh lfc .h, ,ns i; m cor I It is told barn will ictommodnU the west sidp on gocd th it no ic 'of the building ciis t n .mineral rn will he grintcil, so Hut venue ig I-lrn comins out IWrt) itic.ct 11 pro-nm To feacli the harri a ainclc 'tract- wiih Uirna.trom.north and soirill will in jgitition lor bo bnii fiom Titth street The elfif a' thfl TjiiiUlmi; will sin) ran away, lie seemed to tx; brood- over something and it homo at noon on Monday refused to Cat anything, saying that he. was not hungry but was feeling well. His iit- llc sister noticed him raiiUrring io Water wooden Iilpc pro- posed to iie' inicl during tho year lias i been completed nml alrait rive-cigliCha, Mm tiftaii, the little fellow has The, nir.s (lead werb tllc Cilsi iron pipe In thn business omipiuil.s of ihi- last car, as wore djs-..rltt. Practically all the wooden most "f injllrwl. Tile wreck tore pipn in stock hr.-J heen nseil anil down telegraph and there was would not advise any more of somo liclav in Betting flic news of this type nf pipe In future. Sixty-two Ihe disaster to'the headquarters oi connections In NoRh Lethbridge tho Thf seriously and wollt-v injured mpllfh the not iirjured and aiding io escape from the those WESTERN ONTARIO OLD-TIMER DEAD himself and. rallixPhcr mother's at- taken io the hospital ai Orion-. lontion to the hut the hoy in- ville, Jlinii. Heroic work was- doiie' sistod that the matter otl train in as- wilh him. It is. evident, fi'w'cver, that- the boy (was troubled over which he did not wish fo iiiair known, and his parents arc hricved oyer the affair, the boy's actions heioro disappearing, adding poignancy to the sricf they .suffer over'his rasji action in going away instead of confiding in thrin. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholsin fear thai the j hoy has wandered away in ihj anil died from exposure, hut as he is known to. he active, and alert, it is more prohefcle that he has tried to away on some of the. numerous trains'anil has succeeded in doing so without being noticed. it is hoped that the publicity of these facts will lead to his discovery ;md return to his. parents. MAY COUNT REAUMEOUT Lothbridge during tho year, of seventeen.hundrcd and -Uiirty- threc to date. Tho appropriation for this department was Total: i S miles, or 43216 Hn. ft. I South Lothbridge 0.3S miles or 3000 lin. ft. wood pipe In North Lcthbridge J225 lin. ft gulv. 21HJ liiiw in South Lothbrldgc 1.43 miles or lin. ft. C.I. pipe In South Lethbridge VI house connections In North Leth: bridge 120 IIOUFO connections in Scutli Leth- hridse Hruccliclii, Ont., Deo. ?r Boss, n pioneer, died at his home (here from pneumonia in h's 77th year. iMr. Boss was a prominent, farmer for many years, hut. more recently was builder.and contractor, lie jusl'i-c-i turned from Uraj-lon few weeks Sewers-The sura of 572 000.00 wa-, wiierc he built a (or Ihe farm- to he sufficient -.o cover rfi PI vi r- work, hut later In the season it dian Max Mills (p., Ud. Two (leemcrt ,0 oxlolld tnls years ago he was employed by the lwork The contractor did. sovcrnnicnt as many 3tart until July, and has ahoui lie norks. .Air. Boss was the of the wcrk completed, white child horn in ihn Unvnship of; BigMccn house sewer coiinectioua Tuckersmilh, Huron cnllnly, wbrrc hc'havc been maile In. North Lethhridge, I lived all his life. When yoiing man anil one hundred and fifty-four Jn his father he, out out what U733 total to date. ed Plotwas Frus- trated at the Last Moment Mexico City, Dec. con- .spiracy. to assascinate the presi- dent-and proclaim a provincial prsiidency pending the coming of Gen. Bernardo Reyes to the capital to assume the office of president, was frustrated at the last moment in the opinion of authorities by the arrests today cf General AguiHar and Hurtado of the federal army and E score of 'conspirators. The plan hav- ing been discovered by corres- pondence and documents .in the possession of the prisoners, -.vs; complete in details. Madero was to have been shot from s bal- cony of the Reform Hotel in Avenida Rnform as he rode from Chapatulpec tomorrow. lie oceup ed hi the ollcc corn" nillbe over to the sub Btatum equ.p some time tor a more suitab'i the remainder will he seeded and por- of looking th" s legal if- n. th. 'tious of It planted with flowers and fairs U present OilleSiJie for conductors and the repair M nt tiHM t'o .1 Adams park has bean tc-nlun o' tin eoun il line ,1 <1 fonceil, and. frees have..been planted, to th: f-ict that h n1- (.ompUlt.d lo i Considerable work 1ms been done in cbnn'uci inuwmnl t-s s 11 poln-c ' In'shapo for sectllng next court agimst pirties with lepl year, when, the will lie tetl 'I would IIL be laid 'The water main aiso has ucltrl. ,or cih if he Lolilrt be re been extended for the purpose of sup- lcfl al, ills LOOKS LIKE A BIG STRIKE Cli.icasru. HI.. Dec. a mfrtins of repivscntatives of the slrililig machinists on Hie Ilarriman sy.stem it was South Lethbridge during the year, mak strii.i' nl employers an all lail- Windsor, Liber- als of North'Ksscx, arc (iijLermjiKVi Hon. Dr.' Kcaiimc .stialt not cnpy hi-s'scat legislature until there, has -been "at: least, a recount of 1-hu balto-ts _casl. This decision was. jirrivcd 'at. suddenly Saturday niglii afior a conference between Scvurin defeated Lilit-ral can- iJiriato and. his campaign committee.; The rccounl will he held hcforc Mcfliigh, probably on, Thursday of Ihis week. known us tlic London whlcii ing a total of nlno ImndrcO and -Liveli-c j rrads IwtWL-.- lum. He leaves a wife and' lare runs (roin London north lo family. a large 7.S miles or 38M2 llu ft. In all. ;ss miles or lSI63ti llu. ft. in North ___ 1 LUCKV AUBIN TttOMmr-Uk, It ii in town that W. A. Aubln biu luccewfully ne- goiialed a 1% deal in western coiil on which he has haen irnrking for some time, and ,wlll reenlvu r.s of (In For Bunds.i, Man. Lethhrlilgo 2.6 miles or 13931 lin. ft. in South Lelhbridge 0.9 mika or 1775 lin. fl. In No. 3 outlet 18 house connections in North bridge l.M houHe connections in Koil'Mi Leth- j bridge .J fetal number to .Storm .estimated cost of this local improvement wan The work is complete, with the excep- tion of a couple of hundred feet, which ,j could not he iuid at present on acccun-t ,j, lof the construction of Colitis street! bridge. j Total lin. ft. 2.6 miles of which j lin. fl. is .IGill. pipe IStifi lin. ft. Is pipe j 1125.3 lin. ft. in 27111. pipe J j 1156.5 lin. ft. is 24in. pipe I H05.3 Illl. ft. I'.l 2flln. pipi' 7SI.O lin. ft.Is ISill. pipe TS.' lin. ft. is l.'iln. pipe I Plank have removed I..11 miles, or (In. ft., of old plank walk Ilic (Oist might result, from 0 coiiier- ince ni international union nflic- ers lo be. opcacd tomorrow. Sym- pathy: ior I li- the s'-slt'in i Mi-1 thirty thiiiisand mm i.c in.'il (il. plying water for the different shrub- bery and grass that will ho planted the coming spring. Trees and seed- ins, cultivating and of boulevards and tree planting have been continued .in the residential dis- trict, where cements -walks had beer, previously laid. Wo have at presn-t in the 47S5 trees in good lin. ft. of boulevard ant] lin.. ft., of galvanized pipe lor watering p.Urporos. T.oial amount of trees and bou'ievariis: No. of trees living -1025 -No. o-r trees planted Lin. ft. of' houleva-.-d' con- structed 25605 j_Lin. ft. ot boulevard 111 eiist- ft. of galvanised iron pipe 'Bid 3740 Toial No. of feet to dnte T6740 No. of connections made from watermnihj to boulevard 46 Total Xo. to da-Se 236 of boulevards lin ft..... 25605 Henderson Park No. o' trees'-ally shrubs-planted 7100 Aress of Various Henderson Park -78 acrer, '.In'lt. Park 10 acres Aiiania p nit 10 acres Queen Victoria 1'nrk 10 acres time to demote to noiics. work- There is also a strong- desire. on ihe part oi Ilia citizens generally to ha.e a solicitoi in the citj hill i1! tiie time to attend to the legal mat ters which are. constantly Cropping up. iction will hush he takrn until the new cbuticii-is addition to -ilie above, work, we huvo been forced -Co do con- striking shopmen oi sidcrahle has liceii charg- is said 10 have ('d .ElrCM maintenance and rerairs. hut which has included the' of 'a number-: of for the propcv oar- ryin.: a'.vuy of water from Ihe gutters: Tlit- evpense.'of drarpini.- the greets beeri very heavy, owiiiir to the wet j FIRE AT THE HOSMER WINE (Special to (he Uerhlri) Fernle, Dec. cov ering the hoisting plant at (.he-month or the I-losmer mine, a large wood- en affair, took lire about (IVe o'cloclt this nVoruing and was cpmiiietcly tie ttroyecl The of the damage done lo the engines arid machinery is not known hut If, Is'-hoped -that JL is not of; siich comiequynce a-.j. render necessary the placing 'Of machinery, HE that' xvoulfi interfere Tor some time with the piwration of mine. The. pecuniary loss', te not great and tlie damage yvill ed aa quickly I In''ihe there will be In- stilled two motor one t-MY kilowatt and: ft sm-iller machine, The lareer one will bo- used for the heavy loads, while in thn hours of traffic the smaller macliinc will be. brought Into ;-IIML bupc Reid Tlsn stated tha" In times of verv heavy load the two machines could be thrown: on 'once, lilei m Kettlns two machines in place of in order 'o one machine always use in .case oF emergency. -The cur? rent will be brought to the sitb'tta- from tho- power plant a high power circuit carrying 3200 voIU. and will there he changed from nn alternating current to a 550 volt direct, currant, which will go put on the line to nin the The plans and "specifications foi the barn will be laM before the coun- cil at an early daie, .when arrange- ments will ho made to construct the necessary bnilfling to accommodate the equipment which bns been ed. Ths tenders for the outside ma: Lerial and the cars'close on Dec. -7 and ona of the firat things t.he nsw council will do wi'rt be to let the con- tracts for all this material, IS ye IT thing will then be ordered, and will be rushed to the Around ready to start construction in the spring. BORROWING TOO MUCH MONEY London, Dee. Ob- st.-vor referring to what it describps ns the Cnnndian Northern Ontario Loan Fiasco tayr: "Canada whole and no; merely itH governmon has boe'u over borrowjnp. Vnluofi in I'.indB and most other things lire inflated. Hro glad to them is a growing apirit nf'cniitjnn. Kftinc mnnicipali- hai'e shown something nkln to boltinj; huyonil all hounds 'of caution." v v v v v se.iBon. havn n'so done heavj- icp.-iirr in district. inj; Tcducp following table shows -the work done up to ihe HOlh of October, and in connection with it, the work has been d according to the expen- diture North" ami South of the track. Tho table shows the 'total irxpendiuira for cqch Hem, and aiso the total sum expended, and the probable coat Oi com'plollug-tho contracts: Extontion, Appropriation North of triirK, UtlPTfc. South of ti'flOlf, llftlnncc to do, I-inD7ft. CANADA IS NOT rorriiio, Ont., DPC. im'nl as''ftd regarding rncl ot th? Rrilish govenni.vnt's de- ririnn tfi accept ,no tenders from Un-" ited .Sta'rs packers, expressed the o. in: n ha'l ihe, f.'hicn.o rao'.'rn wculd f fiil loophole for Ujb "alien. Tro'ahlx most 01 Uhc would go to the A'nitn- tinr Te nl.lic, uhcre the United S'tafys rac'crs harp every InUrost. 'Canada's decrcosim; supply of cattle for exrort xvoulil prevent this coun- try from being n factor. FRANCIS JOSEPH IS VERY ILL Loundon, Dec. Reports have heea received here that the health of 'Emperor Fr.ln- rls Joseph of Austria is again causing Krea'i uneasiness. Ho is said to be suffering Prom a severe co'.d and rheumatism.. ;