Montreal, Canada.- At a speed of forty miles an hour the Boston express on the Boston and Maine Railroad, due at Windsor Street Station at 8:20 a.m. crashed through the thick granite walls of the station into the women’s waiting room, where engine, tender and baggage car were smashed into a shapeless mass of iron and steel.
Four persons were killed and thirty others seriously injured. The dead are:
Mrs. W.J. Nixon, Montreal; her thirteen-year-old son and nine-year-old daughter.
Elsie Villiers, twelve years old, Montreal. Continue reading
Man’s Strange Disappearance 15 Years Ago Linked With Discovery (1933) | Surnames: Decaire (Dicaire), Goodleaf, Fontaine, Jargaille, Jocks, Lasnier, Mayo, Robertson
Warning: contents slightly graphic!
POLICE HARD ON TRAIL
Workman’s Gloves Worn by Victim, Pipe and Other Articles Turned Over For Investigation
The gruesome discovery of a skeleton in the Caughnawaga Cemetery on Saturday afternoon, made my three Indians digging a grave, may be linked with the strange disappearance 16 years ago of Mike Decaire, an Indian of Caughnawaga, who has never been found. Provincial detectives are at present checking up on those details as the missing man’s age and height correspond with the data given concerning the skeleton examined by Dr. Rosario Fontaine, provincial medico-legal expert. Continue reading
HOUSEHOLD 21 francaise
Payant Zenophile, 35 Payant Augustine, 24
Payant Lucile, 3 Payant Marcel, 2 Payant Rosaire, < 1
HOUSEHOLD 22 francaise
Barbeau Omer, 39 Barbeau Albertine, 39
Barbeau Alice, 15 Barbeau Aliette, 12 Barbeau Roma, 9 Barbeau Rita, 7 Barbeau Maurice, 5 Barbeau Fernande, 4 Barbeau Maria, 2
HOUSEHOLD 23 Iroquois
Canadien Mike, 53 Canadien Cecilia, 49 Continue reading