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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. Lethbridere. Alta.. Thursday, December Number Seizure of Liquor at Magrath i Divorce Gwirt m Ontario Union Men Have Quit Wtirl I'S J Twenty-One> Millionaires Live in That Thriv- ing City DETECTIVE HAOL Washington, Dec. Parr, the customs detective who discovered the steel springs scales...of-the American- Sugar: Vdesk; at Williamsburg, oi the evidence through which" more than has been to i federal treasury, will regard .as Parr's Spokahci Wash.. Dec. hun! moiety was rfor-his' f dred and thirty-three -residents "of He was paid time ago, has announced his intention'-of Spofcane own. property' :in Spokane but-the treasury had no j. more-funds tempting in.1 March' or 'April nextj to TO CROSS THE OCEAN IN German Has Novel Plan for Making Successful JI1T r1 I "IT ATI AT1 BIGiSTEEL IN FAVftR OF PLANTfOR ONTARIO A DIVORCE -'.been entered fc into by the.... 'United', States Vsteel Corpbratipon, says a des- jjatch' from 'thisr morning, Jwith -the. object of purchasing of 4- -J. j in DC Province, a TbiontO WANT NEW fefRIKE Paris, Dec. .and fifty -of Deputies .have united to ths for a, for Ml N THROf UP THEIR I tip .gv-ciuurauu 101 a new n-iar. LOL y-v 'TV Durand, of the .'.Coal': Hand-. Vy Ofx' Ull 11 V :'i" iers' Union, convicted '-civ.instigating', thfl .miirdfir nr Tnrpman 'rhiriii'sr a-Holiday r ttJL La r '.i 301 work.! 'Berlin, Dec. Bnicker 'the Gjand .be- Dec. Maay i Phrt. nrormnprtt'hnsinpstc! npro murder of Foreman'BongeYBuririg the strike .on the.docks. in-OHay ire-last December, and. death. The plea is "claim of a technical" .mads v- at the General minion The- latest -in' pllatiori-made. by a' reporting agency. Of 'taeseitwenty-one are designated as iector twenty-eight each have wealth of more than ..and eigfcty-onelf- possess'; a quarter.million dollars or more. Those in the-f 000 class v. F. railroad builder EBd'; operator varid.-ytimberman; James J. 7J., Browne, "capitalist; Malcolm B. BrownleV capitalist; Amasa .B. Camp- bell, operator; F. Clark, real Restate and capital- ist; .''.PatricV'Clarfc; mine: owner and Daniel ,C. Corbih, railroad builder and operator; William H. Cowles, Harry .ItoT, ..mine owner and operator; ;pavenport' restauranteur "operator; item .01 ana rrmiaaa in .an airsnip win unuize an- gteei; concern'-will..shortly through Col- other system i Canada. A, New-.York. prevent .radiation. .This accomplished .by., T t ,1 J( A A Jt jCT.vTT, A TT A A top of the "water face of the' balloon. The water.- sup- ply will 'be hand-drawn irom thV-ticeatf'. i torpedo, shaped cylinders, offering !a :minimum resistance to' and- aftec-he'.ng-taken-on be .pump.ed a hose tb-rthe sprinklers. Bracket proposes, tb carry a: crew of six in his will be with two each 100 horse .power. A. non-sinkable life-' boat 'wilh be" taken along. He- hopes to-arrive on 'the other side after 'four, or "five days-and nights in theXair', tak ing -advantage- of. the trad-e: -winds' as far as possible.-- John A. WANIAUKi Last evening Secretary 7; Thomas- of the Y.! M.'eC. found ...out tnat it. would' be owing naineppwneraiid operator; Jay fo open asd mine-5 the -Year's inine .owner chief vde-, 'D. P.' "JenMns, of enamei finishing of mine i Vaa August Paul-: Oome A ''wire ,__ H Welch, hntlfC Mrs. contractor. will f or" "only. three or fpnr railroad The been, com- tbuilders, 'cbntractors, :and Young have "beeh' D i. -move.'in: first of graiit qn'simiiar grounds those obtaining there. ,all_: were -agreed- that some such view of. the great' incurred, m. securing yorces at -this present not airaidVthat 'such -a course "wquldx'bp.en-1 the'.'door to -easy One..lawyer di- court-in-, U. S. ;WATERS "fourth division ;fieet the-other divisions'. to -the' Enfi- Dec, Two njsgiroes were'--killedl and' three Bothers were..'wound-ed'. during; an exchange of '-i _B 0 f T ner'Lj TllFIT) I_i jyri fi merchants, timber- ers wheat farmers in of those whose wealth is Tinder- the mark. The "per wealth of Spokane Aim of the "h JEngineers.': (Special to the Dec. and a in_ search- j, three who ,'shbt: j "and -killed and L-. D. Kes- seyr. -Tonight .-.'posses: are. jion- menv :_-. .who ;some'- of ;the men since a holidays? at' lien left'the .Business, Agent; j -reporter, from they ing TtrlH -KA. John public works for in .the 'yesterday; quire the public' works here. .-ploymeiit the" and; vise rial 'lines further nof" iinprobable. to ;was headed convict farm' -a i re He exressec himself: T.- j T t progress being .made'at' '-the court-r doing 'so; and their-previous practice of House and the. He expects the to ibe ;is we'efe' -.-'Vby-'-loca-l ,The work trouble erlntendcy, of 3X going; onead-'iapidly it: j .pack of bloodhounds through -under- As draws' to a, close i i i. is a-.Httle while the bank :d4posits .would give, every jt woman .the" city about j .distributed equally. The i tlie month will be able to" dp" eo on Tuesday. The bowling'alleys-: were .here today.. The principal completed afternoon. been a- soon the building is complet- law-1' f or the Dominion. Tne present, thrown' opeii -to "tne pub- condition, by which a man, f or the occasion -taking jso competent an a reception. The formal in his own province; started and rout, al -of months: it; ;he city coun-. rerao.v- -la; certain .dis- with r the Herald man wealth of .the _ city end take-ljplace some -declared to -be very unsatirfactaey district is, a''matter of per ita. -Building operations during amounted for a popula- JOB -Dr. Tory, president of: Al-: ani unfair. berta University, will-dedicats medical men of the country got buUdiny.'- It is expected that C. R; togetner and brought about. legisla-- Saysr, the general secretary for West ern. Canada, -will be, present. William .vice-president of P. P. standardizing their profession.it is hoped by the engineers that -similar; work can be accomplished by them R., and'Air. of bT agitation. R. at who was present is the fifth annual. con: ALDR1DGE RESIGNS H. Aldridge, tne C. 'of Trail, .manager, of the Canadian the C. Consolidated. Mining- and Smelting one of largest mining institution op- -British -Columbia, has re- spring, will also likely, be present, signed. :hs and will leave to Mr. Thotnasson says.-.that.-member- take up an importa.nt position in San snips are coining in-fast. Yesterday Tfte the speakers at the banquet of the North West Asiccia- opened the0 campaign.-, last tlOB- of stationery engineers. Delef; catfts of 'various lodges from all 'parts ce the association is xo Francisco. s! G. Blaylock. manager tne Bank of Commerce took out ten and aid members to becoma of St Eugene P. Stewart, membership cards for' "the -staff at more "efficient in their calling, and manager .of .mines, will take the local office. Twenty memberships charge--in his absence. were bought as Chris.tmas-'gifts. EARTHQUAKE IN GREECE Greece, Dec. j 'a violent earthquake la the pro- damage to buildings. The govern ment has -despatched help. The lossi of life, if any, is unknown, as the details are meagre. AT-MAGRATH GAMBLING ON maintain a higher standard.am- ong themselves. Tnie afternoon delegs-tes. rarious plants throughout tho city Inspect the machinery and two-of'them had'been killed5, tw.o'-bth- a negro 'had: charge, of wounded. None of-the'posse kept of city. Some of the Chinese laundry men L w wifh the exception of Trustv was-in-, consulted J. Jj-. Cameron, of Smith a ne 1 Cameron; matter attd he around through the country vised-them to pay no attention to the t deal, and is impressed .with by-law as he. considers it will' .not tne excellent condition of ;'.the'coun- hold. These laun'drymen will stand try. He left on .the local yesterday pat and refuse to" move from, where afternoon to continue hi3 tour they are now established. Mr. of the public works Later negroes said-to have members of the attacMng party eron says they cannot be forced to The remainder of the Chinese lann- will the sarre co'urso as those" who consul ted "Mr. Cameron. They will stay where. they are and Vait for- the city to move. The by- law into effect-Jan. i, 1S1L. in the province. People of Fordville are LONGEOAT Homeless and Relief is Being Sent In YOUTHS FOR MSiilTARV SERVICE Melbourne, Dec. "29. The registra- tion of youths between and seventeen for military service'1- in' Dec. N.D., Dr. Sheaxer Leads De- mand for Legislation to I of operation. Calls were made-st TOS.. practically wiped out--by fire oi I power plant. The meeting tonlskt of i Interest, and was. addressed. .fcy." 'Perlntettfient MefiTaujhton, '-of tit' -power and by various of tne association. Stop it Altogether A NEW SCHOOL INSPECTOR Medicine Hat, Dec. is unof- announced that Mr. "C., 5-in- _ som. surerrlsor of schools here, has t.een widntea to tue podtion' of te- S'e -rr r Magrath, Dea land known to the west, "and Winnipee 3 district' the rasPectcrate of High deal was'made recently when Wm. H. pa-rticularly, is again on the ;war Kiverr The inspectorate; Koberts sold "to H.-V. H-eathershaw, of path. This time he is taking, steps tLas been with a district with-! koines Iowa, the northwest quar- regarding race track jjambling. One ter per The ciiyinarshairis reported to have ?rt sessio" is MONEY IS TO BE RETURNED Dec. Toronto city treasurer .has sent out circulars to tlie subscribers to the Tom Long- fuafi, which was inausrurated he-; Von" the purpose of giving him an ed- acatioh." raised of the loss is estimated at-forty thousr TfK.3 actiait-' returninr to school and iitb" Those wno .-'Hnhiscrtb'ed' are' 'being asked to what' disposition; they '-want -to saate of the money. It is expected tfiat the answer will be unanimous in requesting, the. ,r.stnrn of the money to the subscribers! active process. Judging. ;by. .the 'free' response to the call of duty the ser- vice will be of about: three pwsle, eirhoT miles west; of if. River "Falls on "the Soo-Wfcjat HOST of the inhabitants- relirf is being seat-.- is. frcin jis-ifhborir.s towns. _ _ X _ B1U e nowes quar- ne "of section'! 2, .township 5, for resolution he is having supported is acre i that "the action of the parliament oi Alefllcine Hat as centre, and a new inspectorate has also been formed at Castor U J TJ ACTOR FAILED TO MAKE TRl'P London; Dec. Loraine, tee English actor, failed again today FROM GOBERICH TOBA A Man Claiming Strong Backing Proposes To Build a W! Ihe matter -being investigated as repudiates the contention that this' is to just; what, power the authorities necessary in the interests of horse have ki regard the liquor being im- breeding and earnestly hopes that in matters will be brought the not distant future the business of to a climax before long. Christinas passed -off Very quietly nere. The.'churches observed the day by holding special services. On Mon- day at'ternobn 4he. band serenaded the town. The new opera house wag opened on Saturday, evening. A free, dance was given at which over" two hund- red 'and fifty people The building is a credit" to the town and will fill a long felt want. F. A. Spoor leaves tomorrow for Leduc; where he will take up.a posi- tion on the public school staff. Hiss I. Kenerger returned on Sat- urday from Calgary, Miss Henerger has been attending the Provincial Normal school thert. gambling on the race tracks Trill be made criminal as it is everywhere WORK ON G. T. P. IN QUEBEC PROGRESSING Montreal, Que., Dec. 400 it OWN Taber, noon 3 after- who was shot New York. New starting on. Uic trip. York fire fighters must be graduated ---------------------_ of the city fire the establish- ment of which was announced today by Tiro Commissioner Waldo. Fifteen subjects will be included in the cur- riculum embracing everything perti-j sent to the profession, from general' fire lighting to gasoline motor engi- neering and first aid to the injured. faculty will be composed of as- Toronto, Dec. 'P. G-illies, who-claims strong financial New York backers, an-d who last summer .u- the building of a terminal in his eifort to win.the 520..000 prize in Toronto? is again here ofiered De Forest, for-the with anothrr project. This is to build longest flight from England across a canal from Gcderick to Hamiltpny the Channel into Europe. Loraine's between .which piacrs is a fall of 200 aeroplane was Insdly damaged while feet. He will present his proposal t? he was marring a preliminary flight both and federal and provincial gov ernments. was bound from New'York. London, IJeai press is responsible for a- tba.t.x-f the body 'of a man dressed i In' clothesr'believed Cecil Grace; 'tne abater, lost while turn from France washedj Tip :at JB'ranco-Belgian. frontier. UNUSUAL AMOUNT OF: SNOW AT "BRANDON; Brandon, Dec. neavier this week-'than. week in many years, nnd. tnis morning. It -isi tnere has been as level as at. present. "It" is generally taken to mean that. the country.-Jt.- practically, -assured'- of moisture to make the season, a .good! one. FOR OUR LIC (Special to the Ksrald.) Edmonton, Dec. 29; Hon. C. R. Mitcnell, minister "of education, has decided to distribute a portion .of the funds derived from the. educational tax which, is levied -each year on aa- sessable ]and situated outsde estab. ort. William direct to .-Uv- j 1Isned school ..districts. aving of This j.; The act provides fo By deepening the canals on the St. Lawrence River Sir. Gillies claim's that ocean steamers .will be able to run from For erpool, a s monuns: he said that tts (.-ana-djan Nntior.al Company would .out the schome, povernmeat or no source in the following proportions: assistance. j Twenty per cent, for the Provincial University; 50 per cent, for elemen- or the division from this York, Dec. Croker, chief oE the New York hi leg the. day before, was sent miles of the Transcontinental, now, tire Medicine Hat hospital as the under .miles of steel h.erc were TOabIet aave been actually laid, and construe-; iaz3u ;Uate aeaas at their disposal, to tlon trains are running. Fifty miles! find the bullet- are completed on the Weymohtasheno i Bill who was responsible section, which is 195 miles long; 47'" miles on the section Immediately west of city of Quebec, and W in cristc-dy to Kss- departmoit-, told the Merritt joint legislative committee that if his de- F.jPOST OFFICE EMPLOYEES.., fire' WORKED CVERTIWE A TWELVE KILLED IN A BOILER EXPLOSION yjpartment were granted the police tary public schools; 15 per cent, for secontianr or higher schools, and 15 Winnipeg, Dec. I Per cent, for initial grant to now: j dissatisfaction exists among'some ofUcUool .districts organized from lands nilles of MacDonald miles contract Messrs. M. P. T. have fifty ready on contract also. for the shooting, was today 'commit- ted to stand awd was 4- Pittsfield, is reported he -wishrd he" could cut the loss j by fires in New .Tort: city 25 per cent Uhi? first year and he .did no, .now [men complrJnfng that they were eom the local post office employees over j which have bean contributing toward tne.rush of Christmas business, .the tills tar. "'So .araoiiut oof Mass., Dec. 29. how much the. second year. shops jpelieci to work overtime with no ex- aa.cn g educational of that twelve refuse in. tenement cellars he samitra pay. One emloee claims amounts to _ j tuc, who was dtaruyd with be-lsg '-as ofi. tra pay. One employee claims he province amounts, to about persons were killed snd sev- caused most city tires, stair-! Corked fourteen hours7 overtime artrl.over SO per cent, of which will go to eral injured in a boiler einlc- does not by any slon today at the Moorewood i vi AfU 1ULA. U'JULO U VRiM f? rt