Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
ARE i OUT OF SERIOUS DEMONSTRATIONS LSA CE L The New City HAVE ARC SYSTEM MC11 PIPES BURST AND Amount of, Wonc to be Done to Com--; 1 plete Despatch Says Manufacturers: Are WiU United ;Stafes the Belt at Both Ends, Deal? Winnipeg, Jaxu ipectai from Washington sayB: Ai agreement of some sort will bo the or the Vwnlch ermally, at tne Unrted BfcaW dopartnont en Un- ited cannot tie big thUnii-thirjr'1 wlil on the not the win frozen- huritcd ip ,11 o imum point -tJNi'vtnef inon dur the ;ea at eight 19 a.- driyiag winagEraMiisern.en.Tir' r "i iiail !he SPOKANE'S ACTING-CHIEF OF POUCE DIES FROM WOUND OF FIENDISH ASSASSIN wood time as the train carrying the sheriff! -The sheriff brought a sackfulqf beer and other liquors-to" the city Mendershott lindcr was only'one In authority he'-found-in the hotel. Hendershott has a suspend- ,made ed prison sentence hanging over him that-the.rniyor's salary ov.onV-.lfiit-.i-v pending behavior as a result of fifty.v dollars vper >i conrlcuon for bootlegging last sum- 1910, was all expended 'by mer. nations.-to Mrs. Hendershott waived examina- the city and.-tp other tlon before .fudge'Egbers this morn- jects, result that the; city's: .and "TO bound over to. the trlct court under a ?500 rAor The confiscated liquors, including a barrel of bottled goods 'ions of whiskey was destroyed at.San, its, as the sheriff was not permitted br the local option laxv to snip it. year. BAP STORM AT- WIMOSOR most Workers of the davs; World have-been .arrested. Tho I. the W. Much Ittereit is being total hy thi always led to believe-was: a xv ftcient mtn as been Ucml aolice force m the JcJeat that-he'was the ftaTe been hounding CapL S.ulH- Joto T. Sall.vw, ever had.i of the Spokane police whs was iown as i he aat a wts reeeiTrt-at: the poltw cljseft ran ever since, a year aE0. as city to a successful isjne the this rr.orsiBf and posted aMingt them when they endcavor- ia that dty en tte bnlletla which to up the city regulations as Mackay. of Letfcbrtdge, ot Halifax, lost.' toio to tattew, hull Wt- by. one tie worst ever rfwept Nova. Scotia the H. from Halifax to Victoria, B. C., limiwd ia- eto Liscomb. She sftlled fron Halifax New Year's Day bouniTfor totia, B. C., from which port to been eagaged ia Ac trafe. Captain Gvllit, owa- wajt'ia oommaoi ertw M VJMI. town after Halifax, Captain OiWa a KING EDWARD leath on Saturday >rought hy this morniuf's not knowing Sullivan Chief Gillfesfle, darir.r, the year and a balf that the murdered of- ficer was acting chief of hart iaaurncrahlc dealings witt fcim through the raail and on more than one occa- tlon has had occasion mcr. they always treat council of for arrest anrt A'" convictioa of the Him street cars In for one minute this arid aft bnslr.ew ed durfaf the fcmr-ral of C Tin, foricner acting chief o' O71 thai him arsd mado a statement at- tributing the sfcootiag wholly and CUSTOMS RECEIPTS AT CRAN5ROOK (Jranftrook, Jan. col- lections .for the nine months. f minutes. towards a high evening gale today, assumed cyclonic proportions. -The ferry-hoats enced "inuch difficulty" In maSIng land- Inss.'and at'one time nearly an" hour was consumed In making the-switch, usually takes from four to flvs The Ice floes helped mat- Ueceracer ?.lst. 1910, amounted crially ir, Beeping the seas 605.5H, as compared .with 330.966.Hl police Ont., Jan. ia this ctty are planting tfce erection ot a memorial.to.-King Ed- wart. The fonn tes practically O a hufe oiotk of MdAanlW M'fMk.k sir at MAiMM tttwtta, tto erf the utmost courtesy rga- on wbat-ever his dealings assistance their errand might bs. Chid Gillespic says with the dead chief -weft always car- ifcd out on the beet 01 tcnns aad tfcey were able to be on metal occa- of to another. was eiiremtly to hear of the flendish of during the same period -j- Tho inland revenue returns..durinscrATJ II? TA the same perioa amounted to J 5S. as compared vritri in the to Fred C, Rohertson, and the CTrresponajng Of 1909. Spokaae Presf, a daily Socialist paper _________: has been hounding and slander-1 i Ing him for years. He refused in any j ,7 to zbaify his statement and add-j WnSlapd, Ont., Jan. B. Tanner, a wealthy. fruit farmer, crt- atciJ a scnsaiion in the division court ay window. him a newspaper In his home, Spokane aroused to an extraor- dinary degree, at tfce asfassination of Capt." Sullivan and loss of tils honest and just official Ss felt keenly by law citizen. aro IDrth to tkc- thoai exactly what I want to I haven't the slightest idea who shot me was probably one of hose poor fftllows, inflamed by the slanderous articles printed by the Prtss." Sullivan learcs a wife and two young children, but leaves them little be- ynnd cottage they live in. The FiSK COMMinED TA COUNTY JUDGE by. objecting to County Judge .Wells hearing :uf. action brought for arbitration tecs. Tannet Calearr, Jan. James Fis'K f accused the judge ot iryir.g to fixLhiia t.his morning committed for trial on before the case was Tannfer Chamber of Commerce 5s raising: a the charge 0S fond of for the ivife and fam- a jvortioa of -wWclii subscribed, Srillvars torn ta. UM north of Ireland a la Tucker the Gladys rancher. Tweniy-two wit- :re examined at the contempt oi cour made other remarks which drew.from> judge a thread to.