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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume Vi Daily Herald AlJierta. Jliurstlay, Aug. 22, 1012 JUDICIAL INQUIRY COMMENCES POLICE COURT CLERK WITNESS Records in Court Charge That Erasures Have Bern Made-One .Record That Will Requife Explaining-Calgary Lawyer Representing the Suspended Chief For having appropriated to own use, and refused to ac- count to .the cijty for mojiies rf.- ceived for llceriiies issued on half of the city ijf Lethbridge, fines received llrom parties 'i victed in the piificc court of city of Lethbridge. On this charge .Chief pie ap this morn-ing before .Tudg-e Winter of. the special court of Into charges of malfeasance pf office preferred against the" Chief 0) i August 1. The other charges were foot men- tioned today. F. P. TEtiton, of'.Calgary, irrived in the city this morning, and i j handling 1be case for the Chief. H e is being nssisted by. C. F.' Harris. W. S. Ball, ;on c the city, IB prosecuting the charge B, and he hi the floor all forenoon, ;biV inging spec- ific .instances" to adduce -evi- dence to uphold the geni tral charge. Egan aud Silliker .were' also present, represented by L. M. Jo' hnstone. Iluee of the women of the under who will testlfi t against the tn II lllnl. -Thief on chtrge No m which he in charged with rftceivhf 'ig hush money, aJao present 1 friary Howard, {Ethel Fuller and Coric kme Lewis, .all 'ikeepers of houses In the; restricted district, till ghe m fidence m this thai-go; When Court opened I, Fiank Easton Iresse tl 'of the 'Court -in regard. to the charg1 pg, pointing out that the resolution 1 iaa general and therefore bard-to gi it to the root of whole-affair. J City Solicitor Bal 1 asked that the third charge ba "conV iidered first. This charge deals with police court mat- ters, where the.Child ia charged with changing the churgi j sheets. AI S Bryan waa' the first witness 5ie has been. conn? xited wlta the po- lice force for one year and eight months, as stenographer and secre- tary to tho Chief. .Mr. Ball submitted Exhibit 1, the charge sheet of March '21. The wit-, ness told of how .the charge sheets are made out. After court Is over, Lh-q clerk marked in the disposition of the charge sheets, and placed them on Chief Gillespie's desk, the morn- ing of the same day. Ho does not see these sheets again until the end of .the month, or when the'monies received are entered hi the cash booh, Mr. Ball; Suppose a prisoner were fined, and did not pay the fine, how PRINCE ARTHUR TO TRAVEL THROUGH CANADA. Victoria, Aug. have been engaged at the Empress hotel for Prince Arthur of Con- naught and his auite who are on, their way to Toklo. His Royal Highness will represent King George at the funeral of Emperor Mutsuhlto on September 14th, and will travel to and fropi Japan by the Canadian route. TRIM MOOT IN If Unsuccessful, Cars May Not Run for a Month er or "given The street car is at a landstill today owing to the burn- ing out of the motor at the substa- tipn about last night, just when the crowds were leaving the fair, grounds after .the evening per- formance. The heavy load was too great for-the .200 h.p. motor of the motor generator .set, ami when it became 'overheated the windings lircd, completely wrecking that part, of the and consequently putting the whole system out oCSbusiness. Uhen the ciU rentW the m icluuc from the Chicago firm thtj cipeUed jtlmt the machjiusry isoulil be in good Cincinnati, Aug. Lon., condition sat up and stiit- orth, son-in-laiv uf Col. iul Corking ik "was found that the TEDDY TO OPPOSE HIS SON-IN-LAW ORDERS A PROGRESSIVE CANDJ. DATE TO ENTER THE FIELD AGAINST. HIM 'S DAY AT THE FAIR LARGE CROWD IN ATTENDANCE SUFFRAGETTES.FOLLOW LLOYD GEORGE Marlenbad, Bohemia, Aug. A number of English suffragettes today went to the .hots! where David the British Chancellor of the Exchequer is staying and struck oft his name from the visitors 'board. After- ward the mffragettei waited for him in.the street, shouting "votes for women." Despite Street Car Tie Up People Pouring Out to P. R. Put on Half Hour of Wednesday's Attendance and Events MOOSE WILL GO TO CINCINNATI THAT CITY GETS. THE NEXT CON IN THE FIGHT. Kansas City, Missouri, Aug. 22. Cincinnati selected late yester- time to pay." Sometimes'nothing is Congress by a candidate on the Pro- marked on the charge-sheet when a man is expected back the same day to pay his fine. Exhibit B, charge sheet, March 27, was next On this sheet there is an erasure. Donald Stand, a cl. and was fined and costs, i-i. motor in xary bad shape neces tht annual comention of the be opposed ror mtoaum to u ap.rt the ,v hole j Lo.val Order of Moose as the, UU3 motor before the system could bc'put meeting place of' that organization. gressive ticket. Announcement has into operation at all llu.ii on luts The vote was made unanimous after been made that Dr. A. 0. Zwick, a day -evening -the motor became over- delegate to the recent progressive hcaled and unc of colh) bUEnt first ballot, which gave the Ohio city a total of 181 or within convention in Chicago run against- Loiigvvortli, Republican, who making ?fi in all. _motor boat -Disturber 111. today obtained an injunction In the Circuit Court restraining officials I The veidict came a of'the Associated Yacht and Bernstein's defense was thil Boat Clubs of America from award- not recall none of the happen- ing the Wrigley trophy and a mgs m immediately preceding or iol- cash pme to .1 Stuart Dlackton, of New York, owner of Baby Reliance lowing rthe shooting. The verdict a bitter diamppmut- If. Blackton's speed boat vesterday mCnfc to States -Vtlorney Weyman was declared winner of the race which .Angered, hr denounced the jurv and featured Chicago's water carnual. representatives of the street car displaj unions was held today in the hope; when a that a stukc, danger of winch lus a tppearcrl for thiys to be t city and man's heart, tell when her emotional is tiuc or faisc, determine lie falls from her lips, and i lie falls from her lips, and p Uuth is told We must be' uinent, may be averted. amend our jury laws so that: the, H was stated that the breach br-Noman slayer in Chicago shall twccn the parties lo the contnneisy j tried women." was widened by a demand from ihej Mrs Catherine Waugh McCulU unions for a direct aiibwrr as to and another proposition maj be expected tonight expressed agrwutmft a nnu st.ilo Ijtith-iVk ;