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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta flff V B' V VI W W tf VI tt e Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Lethhridgre. Alta.. Tuesday, February Number 54 DOUBLE MURDER AT TABER RESTRICTED AREA SCENE OF AWFIJL CRIME MAN AND WOMAN THE VICTIMS WAS JEALOUSY THE CAUSE OF THE DEED VICTIMS BABE ADAMS, a woman of the Taber restricted district. JACK ERSKWE, an em- ployee of a Taber livery. SUSPECT Suspicion st present retts oji a Japanese who had been In the HAMILTON IS TIED UP BADLY Power off, Factories Clos- ed and. Street Cars Not Running Hamilton, Feb. city is powerless aud work in all de- partments of industrial activity is at a. standstill. Thousands oilmen have oeen thrown om ol work. The street cars were stopped about, ten o'clock mis morning and the news given out tnat they will not be run again .until the snow storm which is raging today luis ceased. To make matters worse for the street the track sweepers could not be run and the line was rapidly filling up with'snow at noon. It is expected that there win be no cars until Saturday. The .Dominion Power and Transmission officials say that they are at a loss to understand the cause of the trouble. They havp had experts from Pittsburg flere examining the whole system and It Is understood that they find the in'erual machinery of the plant at. the Docevv Fall has been badly 'burned by current. Power went off as far as the street cars were concerned yesterday atternoon :ind caused a great deal of inconvenience. Everything was at a utandstil] today, f.he steam plant giv ing an utterly inadequate supply. The Breakdown extends to all the suburb- an lines of the company and no cars are running to Dundas, Brantford Hurlmgtori or Grimsby. Hundreds of people who came in from these points this morning had to go home by steam roads. 31 any of the schools which de pend upon electricity to work the ven TtiaUng fans had to be closed down There was a great uetnand for ?as f nglnes this morning rrom the smaller or factories many of the firs decided to fake out- the electric power installations altogether. BABE ADAMS AND JACK ERSKINE FOUND DEAD IN HOUSE OUTSIDE TOWN LIMITS Suspicion Points in Only One Direction-Mounted Police Working Actively on the Case-Murder May Have Been Due to Jealousy -Japanese Stranger Suspected-Both Victims Were Riddled With Bullets-Woman Was Found Outside the House While Man Was Dead in Her Bedroom-Chinese Cook Made the Discovery OCR OWN WAN INTO HANDCAR: TWO GAL1C1ANS HUBT Feb. C. P. R. train on the Stonewall branch in a