Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. e, VVcdiiesday, J, dumber 223 POPULAR FERNIE MAN HAS DISAPPEARED F r i e n ds Arixious as to Business in'Gopfcl Shape i (Special lit tin: 1 Id Keniie, Sept. 3. The mysterious ilisappcafawe of William Noli, 'u (oc pt i hid bmi ing foi the J n me I 011 SUih company foi il irs is i nisiiig much un- easiness to IMS' Friends ami coinnulcs lie re. .Mr, Xoll was well anil favorably known in many people, and was noL- fm Ins tii 11 (I siiiou .sfeadv Me lias hee.n a rcsi-- (h-nt of Forme since'before tFio great lire of August 1, Hit was a uol- ahlr TiiMirp, being over six feel in height ami well proportioned. He IK :i f mi) m md Ins i ststti living in (1 taji) i no oni seems tu km u IK it-n 01 iikln s Noll.is HCL're.tary of the, local lii'fW- ci's' Union and there is no discrcp- mu in his it Counts II is'stated 11 leit a pood haul iccount; in a Ini'iil bank, and the. rhtuiuc for hia h n, s 'iid been made nut in tlic office of the Brewing C'o. and -w.'iN.lcFt uncalled foi The last seen of. Null was on ihe jiiternoon of Tuesday, August ihir- teentli, he went into hjs shack Hrowery and took oft hi-; overalls, and went up town. .iunws ?dcM asters, of the P. Ilnrns Co.'s butcher shop, remrmhers Noll coin- ing into tlic shop that, afternoon and a pound of boiled ham, and Ihe .'lay hook has an entry to that cfft'i'.t upon that date. The man left two suits of clothes It ringing in his shack uml a number of Maraud chic-icons he was tak- ing care of at his place, :K .tall and straight, lighli com- a .light moustache T.'VJi} last- BUILD OPPOSITION CANAL _ ncrlin, Sept. is a' rumor In financial circles hero 1 hat. negotiations aro on fool in l.o'ndon tor iho fonnaiion of an Kyndieuio for Uio coiiHti'iicMou of a canal through Nicaragua, -with lliu objfieL cciuiiLerliig tbo Uii'- ficultic's that have arisen over tin; Haiiaum canal. Through of the Panama canal law Am- fsrican men in atilb- uritailve are iiicrodu- ilie of the ru- mor cannot he traced, Notli- ing is Hiild to be known in London about it. COMMERCIAL WAR IS IN SIGHT s.. TO PROHIBIT IMPORTATION OF AMERICAN MACHINERY St. PelH'-sliurK, -Sept- lit L-st issue of Russian reuorU contains the following slurtlliu, I staU-iiiciit from tin: consul in .Met- bourne "I forward information regarding Australian agricultural mi'cliities suit-1 able for import into Russia, American machines am excluded. The Russian -Department of Com merce also publishes the I'-strt on that jlhe American authoiities iir YI wilfully obstructing the J of Kiissian caviar into 'tit I m'ila" cf v.'ill mvml goes to show that their Hoya .Highnesses will nirtlcipaie in foui their slay ri.li.Yi. the Duke of Coimaiight, H.R.H. the Duchess of Connaught and II.Il.l-i. distinct function the Princess Patricia, ivith the other in Lethbridgc raeinl i of the toj il puty, the ev- j It 'will in the foi mil ic cm j i 4i bp a memorable piiej ceptionii, that the tiU GRENFELL MISSIONS PROPERLY MANAGED Commissioner WKo Investigated Report? Favorably Officer Grafter--Will Be Managed by the International Board New Sept. Cecil S. Ash- a public accountant, of. this city, ivho has just returned from St. John's, Newfoundland, "where he has been at work on a plan of reorganiza- tion. the various missionary enter- prises on the coasts of. Newfoundland PJiniing Congress to make 'these evenings the uiost pleas- uriible' spent by the party on; totn, and to this end they e AVI angod that all the mj nad coloi ed lights being brought from'Spokane fc-r the decoration the city for JJrv I arujing Congress week together wlch all the flags bunting vslll he used in con Junction to brfghten up city for the big months enteiUinment, will all be In place for Uie'reception of tlie ducal paitj No archea will ue erect ed foi it is tint uifh Leth 'bridge coming forth as the most beau-' tifulh lighted west of Winnipeg, arches be super fluoub And in this connection cicizen'is called upon to bear the.date ,of the Duke's reception'in mind, .-arid., makb mdn idnal pi epar.ition in the of" suitable decoration of pniacft residences. The Programme [our distinct functions iii which; the party will r''aJ" the prominent, part will be the welcome on the evening of Octobei 9 the semlmHi tary on the morning of Octo- be> 10, the officwl opening of the Manual Training school on Uie ufter- noou of the same the public- reception in the evening. -nill fiom the ivest at iiH p m, coming m the Rojal bpecial from will be at the station by the Mayor and coun- cil, .members of the reception com- mittee, and executives of the various: business orgai ixaiions -of the city The Citizens Band will also be present and as the party steps from the train ihe 'band wili piny the first eight bars of "God Save the King." A duke is entitled to only the first eight bars of ihe National Anthem iu 'welcome, while the whole Anthem would 'be played in case it were a reception to His Majesty the King. The band will also play National airs the train is pulling into the depot. Form a Procession The procession will then be fctmed, with the whole reception committee in automobiles, headed by Mayor Hatch and members of the council, in the first auto, and their Jtoyal High- iiesses in Uie last The other mem- bers of Uie Royal party will ride in, the automobile immediately preceding the Hoyal carriage. Then will couift the military escorr, ;if .Mounted Po- lice, if still with the party when they Lethb. Sdge. after which the, Vet-. erans' Brigade will march, followed by IH City Band. At various corners along the line of march, which" will be down? Fifth street, to Fourth avenue, will be drawn- up the various civic and fraternal bodies of the city, and as tha. pro-, cession passes, they will fall in' line. Tlie procession will proceed up Fourth avenue to K'ighth street, thence to Third avenue, and come down that j street, passing round Gait DRAKE" IN. WHICH AN APPEAL on east, io the Board of Trade pi.itHiio.ss." ,v n but 'fjiily iit-ed a month ago lircaiue public this i j thai, ill? hater's policy ulone would m.ikn no si j benefit (.'ataionia. -said. (nstnictlonr. ACHE SCHOOL.' TEACHERS ARE LATE Wfttntpeg, Mavi. hundr'cd1 belated tcnchcrs ar- rived today European holi- day toiir and ipjtuii a hundred Mani- toba. schools will now be able to opsn.j "Tlie announcement of ihe i'ower i: Com- pany, thai it will install a third ujiir in ils main plant at Tpper HonnitifSion Falls. to he in a furnish i-.li t" the Canadian I'iUiiiL- the latter electrifies its bruni-h, is to the. une. (Cpnifnued on..r.ige S) tin ugisheti produced last uiyht by i Tree at Iii.s Majesty's theatre. It was spli-ndidly mounted and su-j i perhly aried and it teaches the les- son that Hrilain's greatness depends j on the mastery oi tlie sea. The play was cheered it! the, echo by tho pit, ami liko Tennyson's Hrook, may run forever here, but, it will never he popular at Potsdam. While the morning newspapers heie gave "Kehecea of Sumiybrook a kindly reception, the. evening news- papers say the swcelws.s is vloyins- In brief, the play is condemned be- cause il tacks the naughtiness which appeals to Kngli.sh theatregoers, w'l'o enjoy the spice which is only manu- factured in Vienna, "Paris and Berlin. Building. The jtoriion of the proces- sion which inarches behind the Veter- ans will leave ihe procession at. the corner or FifiJi street sr_d Third av- eiui-8, and proceed to the corner of Seveiuli sfrcet and Third avenue, wliere they will again join the line of march. Address of Welcome At iho Moiird of Trade the plan is to arrange the entrance from (Continued on page S) PUBLIC MAKE PROTEST- Berlin, Sept. Social- ists held sixty-nine mass meet- ings in Greater Berlin tonight, to protest against, the high prices of food, especially, of meat. All the meeUiigs were largely attended. Resolutions were adopted de- manding abolition of the tariff on rattle, moat, ami other stuffs.