Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
V Lethbridge Daily Herald CHISTMAS NUMBER December 17th, 1910 of President" Dias- troops 'were ronneir vhelminl tr overwhelmingly defeated by the re- bels ai Lajunaon, on the -Mexican W a Christraas tree at Northwestern and Oriental '-ailroad Prairie District- school house on Friday, one hundred and fiftv of t'J Chnstmas eve- The scholars and oth- troops were caoture-d bv tho" 6rS practlsitlS now for the enter- J tainmpnf ,-i.uonists. They were set free after be- disarmed. The extent of the loss' Coulee district have a nice I if is not known. ineT .fence aroun'3 school house. on GOVT. TROOPS DEFEATED l Paso. Texas. Dec. advices received here tonight, the were men sent-Tp-protest ana iv issued writs on fur banks ior the amounts represented, was at the same time served banks that interest at the ra-ic per cent, per annum will be i on the monev until it, is paid ''Sweated in government troona were de- the marJp Thje uuciu miu court, rnus endinc the SrTwinn C 1G Lhe right fUlt? far aS are and .the courts to determine the i mis is fine winter weather. One fllsposmon of the money. j of the farmers near by is laying up C- A- Hasten, K. Toronto, and a fine barn with sod and !rJs now the Walsh, Calgary, have been ro- i middle of December. rained to assist the attc j on behalf of the province. There are several most needv'and I Pitiful rases. I understand that C. Hlllcrcst. sent in it will be possible, Yours faithfully, I T. n. JOXES, j Methodist minister. The Herald believes that, there are many people in Lethbridgc and the surroun-ding district, who would glad- Iy_ help these distressed people and vnn con-lribute of their means to bang 'Christmas cheer to them. The Herald will forward any sums to it, or those who wish to cm I mutht stad direct to Mr. J I litical prisoners in various parts of the empire and resolutions denounc- ing the authorities were adopted at .Moscow, an indignation meeting of the students was broken up. a ticket for aldermen-composed of t'nef------------------ following ratepayers: Dezall, McKen- SAFE IS BLOWN -Minneapolis. Dec. successfully blew a safe in the Wyom- ing, Chiegon county postofflce for the third time early this morning and es- caped with in money and in i IlOV" riTA 'PIlTOTA.r? Ivs r- v OUi OUtXJ tCH wards Minneapolis by an armed 111 automobiles. na. Taylor and Aid. Patmore. The other members of the old council have made no state- v ment as to coming out Possibl- Aid Johnson, Jackson and Campbell will be in the field. DROWNED IN COLLISION Harwich, Eng., Dec. of the nav.al tender Elfin were -drowned to- day in a collision between the tender and a submarie. The- Elfin was sunk and the'submarine seriously damaged. Ninetieth- Rifles. COMMITTED SUICIDE Prince Albert, Dec. St. John Veld, an Englishman of about forty rears, hatiged himself last night by means of tbe fire escape rope from his bedroom window in the leading hotel here. The deceased had been suffering last, week from financial worries and incipient pneumonia, which brought on a hallucination. He came here a month or--so ago "from tfrandon, where he was well knowa in theatrical and military circles.