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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETI1BKIUUE, ALISEKTA. MONDAY. I-'KUKUARV 9, 1UH CENTS NlimlllT Calgaty Firm Sold Blair of Carniangay an Avery Engine Which Was Not.as Damages and lias Nothing to Judgment judgment oi LOiisiJfrable interest ji.d claimed i" rrepcvl o: farmers was received on Saturday litre from Mr. Justice bluart, in an A conildrraUc amount i.t evidence (rb, IrieJ at the sittings of the lu make o'Jl Ex-Chief Sels Hirmeif Right in the Eyes of His Lelh- btidge Friends court in this dty iii Novem- ber lisl. The action was brought by lluuj Jiros A N'ellermoe (V o! I'algjry, uijair.it K. II. Hlair, oi C.irmangav, for the price ol an Avery 25 h.p. was lo -Mr. Illair liteam tractor. Mr. Dlair pleaded that hand engine, ami. without any wai- engine lo him was not the rarity as ty fitness for work, or.c ordered hy him, but one which The judgment now to hand awards liad been previously sold by ihc ran- Mr. Blair damays ami tostsi Vany, ai-.il which hid been repossess- against the company cd hy then; after doics a large lhat the that Mr. lilair had accepted tl.c. en alter lindim; that lie had hem paits (ieins the engine 'he 4.ompauy nlso Ml' up tliat the engine 'second lleporls lelli'it: aliout Evrliipf Davis' part it lhf pu lice fi.isco, swn tn have lhat gentleman it, u light, and in order to set hiinsfli right wilh his many friends in LFllibridttr i.e lias mldre.ssed the Leiur -1 lor-' roon i, 'is o r o! tie ba.k ,ho u-as crowded to Hi hll wpariVy. Ch'rf fnnstahlc frnm Ul to week lo auilit (he. nwny ivrre rompclM to "JouWc up. .11 v-ii.n .DIISUDIC iiom isi louks of ni Artliur Hayr, etc found lo fcc o'Jt cU.iirr.ian rj. llic rti'ortoiTniipni tiic ninovmls usually Kiitlcp. aiicl lluw ;v.ild! liim in asl.cd (yc at lliis season of ihc year, arranging for tiie lUiinrr. uerc Fully Thib roiMit to thc directors yestrr- realized, auil Iho atlc.ition fur 'JO ii-irs ami ran siv that t'l-crr "hit'1' silualijn lo a which tlir.prs twrivcil llic aiWress IsVo i" clad" cr in -s intimation thai nurkrj ocrasU as wiicre ,1, drrd ho is. He has U o. It is .slatcti tli.it President Dr. Tory corKineRWil liis talk hy mnsti ttlio attended yratcrrlay's meeting, ab- that the uld thai ncss ,soliH all the oSlcots and directors a university man muhl not tit the tank oi implication in ll.r al- vice to tl.r business man, was psss- llii3, to 2nih uf Janiisrv, at which laUrr dale ht resign- cd, as 1 nnder.stm.ii, with the hope ot_proportion ta of hetlerint; his position. I have Vnown Mr. Davis ns a police oificer there, or tn- lle has grown ur> in polirp work anj is (aui- iliar with every branch of the service, and ouinq In the tr.iitiing lie has had in the Toronto police departnicnt. BUSINESS MEN WORTH BILLIONS CAPITAL ENDORSE, BRITISH SUPREMACY POLICY l.ondi.n, Veli. irti'nuilified and unanimoos endorsement of the Ilrilish t'ue whoV poli of maintaining a ;vrts voicc'l today by a great ir.celiiifL c-, ar.rt bting instructed not to mention it so ..egligcnce of L conipany's servants of Jlr. Uavis the police hank Way to ,c- freMfJ his oi as lo piotect tl.c honor of tlie de- The question of Ihe legality, of this department of tlic cily oi GHmmtoa "1a'n clasti: -Tlu' stri.io lirmk'n? Jjditrarnf. A list- af- evemptioii clause was raised in a tebt has lost or.e of its hest servants. to eaSK by Yours II. Carpenter. Tllin Cliirt Coiista'jlp. I may paj' that during my 31 years' mlli-p service 1 have never been ac- of any offence and leel it Vecn- ly "to be ivriHen up as appeared in yo'.ir paper. I remain. Yours, Wm. Ii. merlinc was hehl at th? tluild hall amount, Chief Carpenter and Deputy claiming damages lor (he loss oi Chief Uavis contributing towards it. son in the Titanic disaster. his NINE AMERICANS SMOTHERED IN MINE BY MEXICAN OUTLAW Mining Americans Smothered by Mexican Bandit M. J, Gifmartln, of Buffalo, N. Y., >uptrintendent of the Chihuahua div- Ulon. Bernard Schofjeld superintendent of terminals at Lee WllUami, manager cf commlmry, J. F. Marderj, express agent. E, J, McCultheon, engineer. W, E. Webiter, conductor. Edward Morrii, Kxjlly, conrfuclor. SurgiM. a baggage autl express car a rcEghL car, is iiol hno'wn. First, re- )orts iiut thp number at J15, -wlii'ic a equcat for rofflns asked for of them. This evidently wow an stimale. however, as liic HuRrctilng p.irty lot! by Dr. V. C. -Hex of Mad- era, was unable to ponctrate far enough Into tlic tunnel lo i-oiint the dead. .laurax. Kcb. nine Ameri- cana and forty or lifly Mexicans wliofio fato has been a mystery since iho of the Cumliro tunnel last U'crincstlay, worn ThtB InfonnalJon was received afternoon At the hcarlritiarteM o the Mexico N'oilhwceteru railway 'I'ltn tragedy la tntil al door Marimu I'aatclTo. the bandit leafier. The ex at I mimLer of persons aboari Iho passenger lrslnf whicli consf one flrat class, iwo second HAYTI'S NEW PRESIDENT Tort An I'rinoe, Hayll. fob. eral Oroste Xamor, who was elected president of IJayti yes- lorday in succession ,lo Miclicl Or- cste, who fled on Iho outbreak of llic rcvolulion, fcrmed liEs cabinet today. GOVEflNMEHT FEELS HURT Stockholm, Feb. (iustav's jpoecb replying to the "Iclcrailon mibjccls, Jin? offended the Swedish cabinet, uho wish to resign. Until chambers of parliament crLlicteed [lie King's action. The King endorsed his subjects demands tor more agg slvc defence policy. Minn.. Fell. the train CRITICISM HO LONGER APPLIES Voivc.1 hcrp. AS TRAIN STOPS HERE FOR THMEE HOURS C'uimnoncinj; today, bdicdulc ol lhf Kipp-Altasyile train IMS bwn changod, and ttic crititistn aimed at tin old sclicdulo ty I.othliridgc will o longoi Wiile lliric is only I onr, train fach way daily, it is so itrangcd that it will giic residents along llic line plenty o! time to come (o and rsmilc Ilidr hnsi- Omalu Lirm! Omaha mail frnni Omaha to the Twin Cities, was seven niiles bontb oi here early ioday. Tu-o jicrsor.s were killed And loiir- tcen injurril, ly'jr of thrni seriously. 'i lie wreck was c.iuspfl liy'a rail, and, according to liy about one thonsaiifl lc.iiiinc Kicrchants and ov.nrrs al! political'creorts. The purpose was lo assHr? Hit- ncrit ibnl llic ciliteiis