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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IV. Lethbridge.' Alta.. Tuesday, January 3, WILD -SIX KILLED CITY ENGINEER'S IMPORTANT REPORT MORE DRY SPOTS EXIST IN ONTARIO LETHBRIDGE GOING TO HAVE ANOTHER BANK ANOTHER VACANCY IN MACLEOD COUNCIL 'Li LLY RIVER TEBEST PLACE HAVOC WITH RAILWAY LINES Tc Get Supply for the: Cavity Water System SC ETIGINEER SAYS PENALTY F STARTING A STRIKE N II u QUEBEC BANK TO OPS N ill WIRES CAME WHITNEY IS 1 Bill to be Presented to the Porter Was Washington State Legislature Wash., Jan. Killed and i Passengers Relieved i of Valuables Leihbrldge is to have an- other bank. According to a founded report, the Que- bec bank, one oi" the oldest financial institutions in the country, will open a branch nere in the very near future. This bank has very few branches In Western Canada. Ogden, Uia'4 Jan. .South-1 1 j 0 0 TCat tngineenng "strikes asd lockouts to be iUesa! and Jem Pacific overland Limited ccmpulsorv arbitraUoc forj -aesiboucd, which k-ft s jail dispaies are tne means set tca o'ciocfc last sight was ito solve the labor qcesuon ic 2 bill; to Contend With RESIGNING FEVER AT TUMBLING OUT FOR LODGE Fiera tial District in Darkness BLOCKED UP Put Residen-. Reciprocity Advocate Fa- vors Re-election of Mass, Senator C! eX Arnold rfcy couseil.il8rfc rte for Jaciiieg a strike a hundred passengers, water "or a is fixed ai j cere relieved of valuators. Tfce ei- j a bill provide ihat any was with. The .J. aav nneel S3Q for every da., he is J bandits held ifcc tram up for more: iZ. "Mary's rirer ca striae. any employer teas an hour. j fross Irriya- a tociccc: becomes liable to a fine olj At ;welre-thirty this .Tornins Con-' Citizens wishing to get down to j business ''on time" this morning were 'compelled either to get up by the light of ccal c'.l, or if they had coal oil s'orcd a-vay, as happened in many cases, to get up without any light at all. Another Member of Town f 'i r> down scores oi wires on the night Vaults--fvumors J circuit and left practically the wiiole _ .j in! the residential portion of the city that Others WlilrOhoW jrtectric Uphtless. Tim .arc circuit also put almost completely out oi MacJeod, Dec. ladies of the business. A large number of service I'resbvterisc church 1'cid a social in wires which carry ths Boston, Mass., Jan. that President Tact's efforts for Can- adian reciprocity should be sustained, Heary M. Whitney, who five years sgo nearly carried the state for Lie'.it.- Goi'eruor on the Democratic ticket, ani two years later was his party standard bearer for the governorship, both times making Canadian, reciproc- ity his issue, tonight Rave uut a state in support of U- S. Senator tbe chosea to apj from side is liz'cle to a fiE left shortly afu-r. Soon ['over its- country and tortb- ;-o after letice of the storm, extremely tho citv off A vigorous campaign against the retum of Mr. Lodsc, whose term ex- pires in. March, is by the Democratic Governor-Elect Foss, a fotmer Republican and an advocate oi reciprocity. .The statement of Mr. Whitney Tail- ed for the following from Guvernor- Elect Foss: "Mr. Whitney does not seem to said he, the nest senator this state sends to Wash must represent the people and not State Street. Mr. Whitney in ad light. He fully expected to vancing the election oi Senator Lodge i wWch tliey did-hot do This morning far worse speaks the representative, not of i o'clock 'tnfi morning: the peop'e. bat of the privilege than thev were. The dar circuit wires, cscept in one or two cases "The reciprocity which KJ s. 22 SSL oaeitaocns la a years, c. f I for 3: rii'r! j ytsrs FIFTY-EIGHT BARS ARE CUT OFF IN Local Option Becomes Law in Many Parts Of That Province-Three-Fifths j Qause a Barrier i TURNED TO DEATH rrt. "-at, Jan. x warasfcip. near :a Ot'aiio an-! Use ar.d i ci Torccto. Jar.. oa Icca! Ur rl-vthiag fssitM. on Sit -ras badly tiercel that sbebars Of a. rcf to in :iirty-cJr.? APEE WILL A cal option -rhich requires vo> tn carry. I Of :be that i local Smith's F'aSis, Barrie. SuTtoa shrec i J re Ihrce- 9 for alter which were by Miss Boyle, Sirs. 1mm. Mr.. J. F. Maclaculan. Mr. M.: C. Macicsn ac-i Mr. C. Wood. One lic'feawres cf the was the acd makin' of records by the- A sprcurl trarc carry- different siciers. Refft-shmcats were the service wires came down, Lodge has hcca standing'for all; th'cse oi the pro-, remained intact. The- night circuit vears has resulted only in sending aP- was down in sr-vcra! places, the proximatclv of American .._ tn up branch isf running j preceded snow plow in ctmrge; bt Koaamaster Bob ilellis, -ind pushed JT Eccine No. 140U, Kngineer Maltby. tae cuts to tae vrest of -the tne snow was packed to a depth "ot.; etgnt and tin feet, and for almost Hour previous to its arrival cere, pasj: sengers anrt others waiting at tbe, de- pot could plainly trace by rceani of smoke from the the gress of tne plow as it tnrouga the last cut No. 1, tne west -bound Flyer, WM six and a half hoars late ,and did not arrive here from tbe east ufitll afternoon. Train Hid to Go Back On tne A. R. I., tae north boani" trala started from Cardsisn thfi rnora ing. iiUt encountering a heavy drift just across tne St. Mary's tridge, ft was compelled to put back arid await tne arrival of a snow plow sent out from the yards here .about ten o'clock this morning. drifts on tbe Coutts branch, the Great r'ails train did not here ontfl Instead of at 9.30, its schedule :e. At Stirling it was competed to wait until tie snow plow trhlcli nad gone to Cardston returned and which then preceded it to Virdsn. Although cblnooks invariubly toV low cold snaps in Southern Alberta, it is seldom they come with, tha octty of the one last night, and it ie a long time since railroad traffic on the A. R. I. and the C. P. R. Crow'i iVest branch wai disorganized so com- pletely as it was for a few noun The worlc or the train TRAVERS GOES TO JAIL .Ian. R. Travers, general manager of the defunct Farm- Bank, snent last in the cells, arV'h'ase rlrilts low-' navinS hfien rft-arresied un a charge tops of thr noar.i stealing J40.0UO, the property of the jr.i-jg. but a: present jdown in IT wiH be i i car i. was the a a'-mbrr cf oo'.jnril- f the btrgisKins o'. the oi street on back pn DanK. I ftail. He was unable, to obtain THK PITCHED BATTLE IN THE EAST END OF LONDON Between Policemen and Anarchists Wanted in Canada's Representatives; Connection With the Rotmdsdiich eave o tots! of Confer on Tracl: Question 2. Min Murder-Fortified in a House vi-erc met. with s. vottcy nf shots from wuir.r. A rapid exchange of shots followed, curing London. Jan. 3.-'A thousand Lon- don policemen and a squsd ot marks- rren trcn; the Scots Guards, are today fighting a pitched bsttle in the heart or; r-s A! Ift.t hars of the IV H rrsulls, said rf a.- Can- willed two detectives were cf the city with suspects whom one seriously. One hundred i-.ave "surrounded in s block of Sidney ishot5 nart been nred- wnen tne the snow plows was made street TUe men are want- report rri for rattJ- to ir. Kris. Wrst. Alter- :nr. rvrr :r. ar.d tr-- r.'.eri" 51 siTf-r.cjrr of r.rr (ore -s coviitl !hc tiling alive hcir.g xcprr r.vried this Firld virus anr; i Cfive s probably wi'l re- ir. connection with the Hoyndsditch murder. They are armed with rapid njms Qf tftelr home Tfte af ter locating their men, and anticipat- ing tronhie, the houses in the immediate neighborhood vacated be- fore (iavllptii, anrt throwing a line of officers around a square, allowing no one to come within a hundred yards of the scone of the expected battle. Trio lines had been drawn so close r.o' op'ion fairs' in 23 Fort ririe. Mrrr'c': Jj Ju-xlry rshin, Thor-1 the' the maioritv 10 IT It was believed there would be uo cnance of escape. Tne police were convinced the piace contained the murderers' named Valenstine, a foreman at HIS HEAD WAS BLOWN OFF Bancroft, Ont., Jan. man l.orr' Drayton 101 in WsUouc'.iny town- hf.vr be-on i general hfd in .i'iian peg ar.-j tnp :to ?nr ths Northern iiion Co., at Uanr.itf. a rrri Mr. Bra.-Jj.-h.iw hi- day before 'nf as feared hr, rtiieht F. I, of the H. il- I iast End wrinlet1' ana had convincud mont Corundum woris, was blown to nent early to .j themselves that the assassins had atoms an crpiosion of between sev- roranert theaselves in their home and and another workman named Gracey supported by a number of Great Excitcnient Jan. Kast jrcat excitcmen day by a pitched battle eral hundred police and a of men suspected of being murderers and thejinenrta- frtends of murderers of .'he tbre? "1'rounio began this Doming when iicrmcn who wore killed recently by j uetectIvc-Sergeftnt. 1 watching anarcntet burelsrs. j the prenitses, was Hrsa upon and Tho s.ispocced t'io number In tHc liings. Almost in n> i i. j i nu .S, llumOCr Oi "WMWJVU iu t'li; 111.150. iu- iaa'V by the j Is not known, a "tantJy a cordon of police- armed with n i'lthoritifs ir, Sydney street, a narrow thorough- irevoUoi-s, approachod the house, iat. thp nan namr-d in K istoror goiupj Construe- rare. their qiiartera, surrounded Uie place, and wore? mot. wHii n revolvers. vollev from rapid (Futlhcr accoJinls on and another workman named Gracey received injuries which fa- These irr-n were working ia tbe rcci nut set ofl a blssfc. Obfi ot ths boles faiir-d to jncn too soon and were immediately over ths hole when rxplosion took place. d head was picked up some away and this was the only the body fouad, ;