Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Th Pceh. criticized both the "policy and the administra- montpn to Fort ,McMurray. On the strength, oi-that contract, Clark'c" Jioatcd bonds to carry out the entcr- pi'ise, Money was deposited in sever- al of the banks of the city as I would suppose to The credit of the province I for the purpose of the enterprise. i No Sympathy for Clarke j "I cannot have very muck consider- ation for Mr. rhc- pre- suient of the' company, when he did I not ssc n't to appear before.the com- the cry of unpatriotism of vtne tionalists was-simply-a'blind to cover up the' premier's loss of 'prestige in Quebec. Dr. Sproule denied being guilty of raising the religious cry and said 1 the government should submit the naval question to the people. Blain criticized the government for not preventing a merger of the agri- cultural implement manufacturers-. For the government Dr. Neely, of mission that was appointed by us in t Humboldt, maintained that the pov- order to investigate the circumstances i erniEcnt had pursued the right m-Hcy of guaranteeing by the province of the security of his company. But there in dealing with the navy. The oppo- sition .had broken faith in the mat- arc other parties having nothing to Iter- Hc commented on the gingerly _ _> "-J _ _ I J-_ 1___ _1 t .3 __ t. do with Mr. Clarke who should be considered in tins cancellation, and it is the' bondholders, contractors and settlers along the proposed route. Some of these people have put money way in -which Borden handled urob- lems of the West, but was to know he supported the building cf a Hudson's Bay Railway.. He maintain' ed that Alberta and Saskatchewan into the? project with certain on without the adminis- ters, and it is only right that the en- tration cf their own lands. they have put 1 George Kyte, a' Maritime member, carrier! out. A did not agree, with those who would large. number of my constituents have anat'aemetize reciprocity and held thaD tcrpriso into which their money should shov; n 1 heir, faith "in the' project. Hence, accompanying the bill of can- ceilaiion there should be a new con- tract with another company in order to carry out the enterprise of the Al- berta and Great Waterways Jtiauvay Company, or the it was the duty of the government to dp all possible to .reduce the'present high cost of living. "Medical Bin Dr. Black, of Hants, brought in a bill of more than passing importance. hat plans of the first ten miles of the railway were filed with ex-Premier Kutherford, then minister of'railways, on February 25th of last spring, A iag oi the bill. Thus it. is. that the legislature is now in the unconclud- ed debates.' O'Brien.moved an ad- BOMB THROWN IN ITALIAN copy of the receipt given by M. T. Me- journment of. the.' University debate Leod, clerk of. the executive council v.esterdav, and''will speak todav. acknowledging .the receipt of these Camrpse; still >holds the plans accompanied the letters. floor on the-natural; resources resolu- Cornwall-holds- the floor'on the Waterways debase. U- -B.' Bennett" rcSde an eloquent speech in support. ;of the university bill. Mt was belief; of .some in of--the province that the province been better, serv if, university, .had -fountl-a, Bennett went on to point how the great --universities States were privately endowed- uni- versities. The-establishment or ,a southern university had not been pro- jected in a sense of .rivalry, .but ow- ing to a sense, of duty. to "thousands- that were coming into the .south end of the province. The movement vas founded on a .desire to' accomplish a. great, good. Calgary had now a pop- ulation of and he believed fould soon be a million people east "of Calgary. Several men in gary'had agreed to found chairs in j the university. Others had agreed to kew Ttork, .Nov. kidnapping j donate It was not proposed London, Nov. at Kingsbury, Winston Churchill said that If the electors returned', the gov: ernment to power the result would be [that their-veto bill would -be embod- ied in an act of parliament and would receive the assent of the sovereign. Sir Edward Gray speaking at- ley, said that colonial preference the most hollow taken notion of union ever -put befor a country, as it introduces discord. Joseph "Chamberlain in the course o Ms published address asking for the support of bis constituents in Wes Birmingham, says it would'be a mis fortune if the coming colonial confer ence were to pass off without being able to come to'an'agreement to es tablish reciprocal trade arrangements with the overseas dominions. A slight preference given to the colonies on the articles they produce would se cure at least an. equal concession from them' regarding our manufacturers and those material benefits ought to be considered at; the conference. SUICIDE SUSPECTED Niagara Falls, Nov. Mrs, John Davis disappeared from her home in the-Lake early yesterday morn ing after an angry discussion with her husband. Wm.: Kirk reported to that he saw Mrs. Davis'on, the wharf, on Sunday -morning; It is the belief that she had committed suicide by jumping into river. The stream is dragged. The missing woman: was of a highly nervous tem- perament. New York Tenement Dis- trict in State of Excitement five years ago in which the late police i to .commence business until, half a province should, It is to amend the Medical Act and build the same road with the money contains which project two years ago and I feel it is an amendment giving to a medical still oi the same opinion. practitioner qualified to practice in The Needs GT Athabasca any Canadian province the .ight to area of the riding of Athabas- practice in any other, province. ca is, roughly speaking, square miles, or continued Mr. Cote. "The present transportation facilities are bv the Athabasca facili- ties, which flows -in a northeasterly direction. This, with its tributary from the Lesser Slave Lake, forms the rnain highway of the northern country. For five months of the year the Northern Transportation Com- nonr- T ing and the western cnti of the Lesser Slave -Lake with trans-shipment at the rapids', which arc fifteen miles in length. On the east siae seventy rnilrs of rapids intervene between Ath abasca Landing ami Fort McMurray, which arc practically unnavigable. Since elected1 to tins House I have not ceased to represent to the govern ment the need of railways and wagon roads. A direct wagon road over the Swan Hills is required, and should be built pending the arrival of railways, but after tlie exploration was made of Ibis route at my instigation, the project, for present seems to have 'been abandoned. "The means I consider necessary to develop sucli an immense area, and not only one railway, but three, are, lirsi: that bonds have now been issued to tap the. wealth of the Fort McMur- ray the second, being an ex- tension of the Edmonton and Atha- basca, line to the -Pt-.ice River cross- ing Lfsscr Slave Lake, the route which is now already being settled1; find third, being from a point along ihe last mentioned line to Wabiscaw and Fort; Yerrnillion. I believe that "villi an amalgamation of the guaran- tee already given by the province to the C.N.R. and the, A. G: W., the money secured should be sufficient to build two of the first mentioned pro- SEAMEN RESCUED St. John, N. B., Nov. men were rescued from the dismantled schooner Lone Star in the Bay of Fundy. The Lone Star was wrecked by the big storm and the men were rescued by the eteamtJr Mount Temple wnieh arrived late tonJgnt. The gov- ernment steamer Stanley was sent out and succeeded in finding the wreck, out in towing her to port the schoon- er sank. The schooner was wrecked by striking a submerged wreck. million.had been subscribed abore the cost of the buildings. Buchanan Opposed leutenant, Petrosino, who was mur- dered in Italy, 'played a part in the nvestigation, is believed to have led ndirectly up to a bomb explosion in the early hours todaj% which shook ip one of the most thickly populated blocks oi" this city, and which did ex- ensive damage and created a panic in he neignborhood. The bomb explod- ed in the doorway of Bella aloon in the heart of Sicilian set- ieinent in Elizabeth street. It com- >ietely wrecKecr tne saloon, the front f which was blown inward. -It foadly damaged adjacent stores, hurled sleep- ing lodgers in the tenements above from their -beds, and cracked windows for blocks around. Police reserves had their hands full in quieting the panic-stricken foreign- ers who flocked to the streets by hun- dreds. i Francisco Lebarbera is the owner of the saloon. He had left the place, vincial universitv wMch the lirc about half an hour before the explos-1 province had to "maintain, and that IE IS May Yet Come Out in Opposition To Ad ams There may yet be a contest for Mayor. T. "S. Mackenzie, whose name has been mentioned off and on for some weeks as a possible candi- TT- datc in opposition to Mavor Adams, :ij sPofce ln opposition and who informed the Herald some to the bill. He was a believer in a time ago that, he had no idea run- state university, and he still believed ning either for inavor of alderman, the modern idea was lor a state uni- has been fairly besieged bv -deputa- versity. j- In- the development of unity in the province, the staie university should be adhered to. There 'had Deen a good deal of feeling and dissatisfac- tion, when the university was located at' Strathcona, but now that it had been done it was the duty of the pro- vince to support it. He believed i-hat in the movement in Ualgary there was'a good deal of the spirit'of a de- sire for publicity. He looked upon the question from a purely provincial view point and he felt that the es- tablishment of a second university would foster the spirit of sectional- ism. There was not room for universities in the province at present stage in its history, a univer sity at Calgary would cripple the pro- .two the ion. Today ne gave the police his was a strong reason why the Calgary theory of animus behind the outrage." institution should not be given -.a About five years ago he said his son TO BUILD SANITARIUM Kegina, Nov. Saskatche- wan Tuberculosis Leacue recently or- ganized under the auspices of the Provincial Health Bureau, are arrang- ing to issue Christmas stamps which will be placed on sale throughout the province, the proceeds of which wiJl ;o towards the sanitarium which it is proposed to build. 4. (Contiinncd oa RECORD FOR ROBLIN, SR. A i'eitro, six years old, was kidnapped and he had never heard from him. The police were'notified and Petro- charter. Another reason was, said Mr. Bu- chanan, that if rival universities ex- isted at Calgary and Strathcona, alil students in the southern half of the j j tions, and private citizens urging him I to run for the chief magistrateship. I The last organized body 10 call on and ask.him to stand, the Her- a'-d is told, was the licensed draymen. regarding this intention was given out with the reports of the meeting on Saturday night -but the fact that they..decided'to add their exertions to others urging Mr. Mackenzie to run is not denied. Mr. Mackenzie, seen by the Herald this morning, admitted that he was being pressed-to run, but said, he had not yet mad.e up his mind whether or not to accede. TO BRIDGE CITY W1LIH BUILD At 1 Temporary: Precision Rescue Home Was J Adopted Permanent Ho me Discussed But The City Engineer Points Them Out to The Council At the city council meeting- last night three 'blue prints of the Courts street overhead to the city engineer ound, taking a siding at Beck station it eleven o'clock last night, mounted i split engine wheels leaving he rails. The train was going very ;Jow and was promptly stopped with- >ut any one being injured. It was de- ayeu five hours. sino worked on the case. Lebarbera province would go to Calgary and received many letters threatening his j those of the northern half to the pro- life if a large sum of money was not! vincial university. This would- tend paid for the return of the boy, but he 9reate a distinc.t north and south paid no attention to them and it is tK believed by him that the kidnappers are now starting in on their revenge. state col WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE Oiympia, Wn., Nox-. of the state of Washington, 21 years of age or over, now have the right to vote at all general or special elections Winnipeg, Nov. his 87th year James H. Roblin, of Fish Creek, Prince Edward county, father of Premier E. Roblin, just concluded husk- Ing 350 bushels or corn, 33 crates of which he handled in one day. This is considered a record. ATTENTION PAID TO ALBERTA CONVENTION This month's Printer and Publisher. Toronto, gives over a large proportion of its space to the convention of the Alberta and Eastern B. C. Press Asso- ciation, held in Lethbridge last month. The address delivered to it by W. C. ives on "The Law of Libel" is featur- ed, accompanied by a very excellent portrait of .Mr. Ives. There are also several photos of groups of the news- paper men taken at the Knight Sugar factory and other places. jf c O VO I trt TT lege, they, would be welded into one uovernor Caving issued today his harmonio'us whole, representing all Proclamation putting in force the con- A 1 Kof fi. rt -i. 4- 1 Aft rl-m n ,1 _ the. width of our roadway, fifty-two feet, or at least a width, of forty-five feet, or two spans twenty-five each in the clear. The original plan provided, for twenty foot spans across Baroness Road. The southern half of the south- ern approach is apparently to be filled. But no mention is made of masonry or concrete retaining walls along the sides of same. This would be neces- sary as "without retaining walls there would be very little roadway left be- tween'the sidewalk, curb and toe of slope. I would therefore recommend that the P. R. be asked to fulfill these requirements and tnat I be authorized to notify Mr. Brooks to that effect." Matter Adjourned Those aldermen who spoke said they were clearly under the impression when negotiations for the bridge were opened it was the understanding that the whole of the southern side ap- proach, including the stairway from and services, and to give-, it- j; months' trial., The council also discussed ter of building: -homes 'of its dependent children and for adults, but decided "take' ;no- steps %i whatever until the four. months1'. of the temporary combined home ;fiaa ._ expired. The meeting was-, called specially consider, the report of the committee appointed at the. last meeting to cpiU- sider. Mrs. Mayor ,Bowman- .and ail -r- were present. The acting 'mayor ed .the meeting by stating adding that there were-. :one other matters to .Committee's Report .The .report. "of .the 'cosiiriittee read -follows r We recommend: that i the off Ensign Laidlaw of a .tempor- rescue per' heat and accepted, also that all .accounts for7 necess'aries. be O K3ed by Mr. LaidiaV. before being presented to the .council.- Aid. Hatch started the debate -by. asking if the home was .'intended to. be for all needy people or forlchildren alone. Aid. Frayne said it was intended to be used as a temporary shelter, tor, use in thos'e cases repeatedly: coming up in which the chief of police- has to find temporary dependent] children, certain, classes of maternity cases and so forth.' Bowman Objects Acting Mayor Bowman said te iffi.' derstood it was for children if it was for adult persons as well it looked to him as though, they wouldl be assuming the duties, o! -the provin- cial government or of a comity, fo? most of the adult cases would coma from outside the 'city. They be careful to the extent to which, they, go into rescue work, for unless it waft thoroughly .understood that the home was only for cases originating in 'the city, it would be saddling a very un-, fair burden on the' ratepayers. If the provincial government, would show itself in favor of giving grant to such work, he would say "go to it." He had asked the provincial secretary a day- or two ago if the pro- vince had any idea of making provis- ion for the care of its needy and had; been met with the are no poor in Before they took any steps towards regular, Alberta and not, one'portion of it. Also Opposed Malcolm McKenzic said the member for Lethbridge voiced his sentiment i ic the matter. He did not want to adopted by the voters at the election held Nov. stn. APPEAL FOR FUNDS be ,_aKen as oppos ng the granting of London.'Nov. 29.-In a letter to the privileges. He had opposed the es-L.._rto T tahlishmpnt m n Standard the Archdeacon of Liverpool katchewan University of Saskatoon. POLITICAL INSURANCE London, Nov. are being effected at Lloyds to recover payment of claims should the Unionist j wllicQ the railway company arc in party be returned to power. In other ihaste to havc was words some inra.ce is being and tablishment of a state university on the ground that the time was 'not, jaPPeals for a fund to erect permanent ripe. He now opposed the Calgary j0ulldinSs for the Anglican Divinity bill on the same grounds. He did not j College in connection with the Sas- believe the majority of the people of the favor the Calgary university. He did not think "they even favored one university. How- ever, he deemed that now it "was best I for the province to unite in support of the state university. Bill Postponed In spite of the efforts of K. Cornwall to secure a third reading of the Canadian Northwestern bill, and against that contingency will stand till Wednesday. (Continued on page ELEVATOR COLLAPSES Fort William. Nov. ironclad annex to an elevator collapsed today under a huge slide of snow from the roof of the main building built a year ago and valued at siz thousand dollars. EARL GREY'S BIRTHDAY Ottawa, Nov. Grey receiv- ed many congratulations today from an parts of Canada and Knglnnd on tne fifty-ninth birthday, anniversary. They looked to be of he prints wnile, studied Baroness Road and Uoutts street on a map of the city for a few minutes and then decided to lay the matter on the table until the next regular meeting, City Engineer Arnold to be asked to attend then. A PERTINENT QUERY 4, Dublin, NOX-. Fi- nancial News says there are mutterings about the seces- sion of the Province of Que- bec from Canada. How would Laurier like tnat disloyal movement to be financed from this side as he helped finance Redmond's parallel England? rescue they should at least have some assurance that they would be reim- bursed for all cases coming from out-' side the city. In answer to Aid. Frayne ha said that he had talked the children ques- tion over with Supt Chadwick and aa a result believed Mayor Adams in mak- ng the suggestion that tie city pro-- curs a five acre tract outside the city and start a sort home, had spoken without giving the matter ma- ture thought. But the Chadwick mat- ter was entirely separate to" the mat- ter of a temporary shelter before them Got''Em Mixed Aid. Sage said tnat considerable dif- ficulty had been experienced at tne committee meeting to keep the two" questions of a children's home and a rescue home separate. Aid. King understood the object cf the temporary some uas to take care -J. J of unfortunates of- all kinds .hat are continually the notice the chief of police. He thought the object an ore. Aid. Bowman repeated that he had no objections whatever to the plan if y confined the home enlirely fo the insult to I benefit of the city. But once the city -i-< I establishes a home, he believed, .it I would .becomo a dumping place for the ,-r1 j (Continued on page ;