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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta mm TOR WRR ill Bi Flashlight fiSMF They Are Said To Be Building in I'.nirtnivi'fn? ish Bailie Ship.. Lord Fisher rCoh1 ends That Country First to AiiS'pl f'h'e Principle Will Sweep VVorici Commercially. (Special Blips tciu LOXDO'X, f-a it in 'nori'riy a week htiitcrh'Sh't ftp'rfcarc'i In ft Journal tho Motor Uo-u io the tlidl hi Glne.1 of P-.ifc? ImlWir.B In Eugtar.il HHd Hi at are to he Ir, it b-ttlift of h'ouRh'c typo Xfrifliy th iftJ Id'w dotfe. S'.nco 'liifii vnis u. fccod JKdriy KJirsSd observers In the t ilf.c worlft S-Jtf nbatit to dls- cover tiiere JrsniheB: wHlcli are If, be oi Ud KtrbftK tfpe: urej liut the i.- fo.-en ichavfn en- ro tmrb 6t ll is any'i.lMnic ttcrtnit klnes for n i'fdiH'fi rno'ib'r drlvert fil.tp, whirls to iijft auihor- i-y. v.-ill be I" cotnnjUBion ta advrln'cb of the hi fB'f: eh JIM appear ta hr Ir: precisely enijgitlrin to ihft mote: nxnnufActoritP of tbo wi- fclnca of rr.our bAttlc fbr Great iJrt'.Iln. nrid bcr- winy. it bt uhscienilfic and yme :h'a: Xcw Zealand with .'.fiienny z. secret ar.-.I h.iil based her t> upon the cr-uc'i conduct of her ..h-1 there have been no trouble." Is ho: only a picturesque figure within tho pnraa aouc.i. "Isn't this "But .Alincr's :s bctte'r fiin tiiati community, b'ut a prominent member opera evfer vrrutcn or performed. York as he found it: They had ;eii iiic pilgrLin to Keen's Efisliiih chop "We phsscd thropgh a door which Tv-as European nation wbose po! ircfn'liy "io'ckci bsiilad ns." sajS the ex- It Is contendea 'aror "To tunes of fiii the Ensllsh turslar n. ._ _. piornr. "To tiifibs of aii electric coiiplcs. were essn ring the latest dhncc." tho government. ilontaeu Has The ETi muc'Ji promise E. 5. in So to Minor's the reporter and, as! t. !i of the trrbstcp. uam. a North London suburb, aii one policeman and wcun'ded thFee others; a'rici-! just In similar the cry sometimes raised in NCR- Tork that, the police should be permitted to carry tbelr nightsticKs In place of the short then is allbu-ed to die a natural death; Still, the agitation' jjtrons favor of the po'llcS bein? better All Ihey have Is the short truncheon, and. it is argued that England is the "only I wbose police are not other, hand rarely carries It is also contended that tho jeftfet end of London has become and is 4 t--------- G' as that tie poHct. riot be asked to 30 about -their Scry the English criminal he has to flsht, bat Ihe armed Continental desperado, wco dt- jends upon his revolver as ifllbnctively tlic Erigiishman depends upon his Ssti Houndsditch now- aboiinds in r--. which; in their hurnka aspects, ke patches' of TTSnia.R'; and other towns or the Pole, Into frightfully congested .districts the imnii- gration flows weekly Ky ths salpload. Thousari'ds come In._ every Jear. haridreds are ftept out or. retufgi for.lis'tr to in 1SOS fiere were' mofii than .tiiree thousand alien criminals la: English, prisons, while more' than a. sand aliens were in receipt 6z stfor" ____ .._ _ Jyi rouMd thit: step's sBb'uiS Be taften to place the .10 as w'emicM af'e concerned, witti Joreij-HjfnflJiaa they have to control a. vfip made a careful of writes to the _ Morning Pcfe >hki, "It no nieani ari "easy matter To arm the police with "would mean such a complete chance ot policy that it may be taken for that six months hence, by -which tils work r-.c has performed .-is 5ecrc: ury for irdli. Of the other Mlnistcfiiii-' .'By blcsscd !t Happened to Sh at Bescriplibnjbcwmlns.morc and rhor loreign criminals. Just as So ho in tlio 5 the 'Tne diincc _-, ,_ k rirdithti the festooned rac-i, nationslity. anarchists of crime will have, pftssed public will bo by no means ib the q.iie5tiqnt _, _v_ "On the other nanfi; thoie.WhS fiyor.tlii arming "jj; the police say tfiit in Sir Then the Justice arc enough to thtnk that a moa and a. woman should treated tho This court never has dor.c sc, W anybody Houndsditch neighborhood E. A. Stratiis have riat to or vocal fnme b.r sub-j m iri rafiooS msih in an active bimse.f m thc judgment of .the with cbmrniihal .-uTairs: but Mr. C. S: cbmiriciias with doHare or Kcnry IS well known in the Jewish uuriPe fru't uncommonly overcon'.t la course of Ume. It Is notoworthy that tfie w .Motor Bo.1t dealt only with be onglnoa of motor Dreadnoapht ar? wlih tho dcsiirii of the herself. Wllllam AVnite. one of nava! constructors of Iho afje. cxpJslncd Mftiei time back that we have to deal with one! of tho most pcrpt'-xlHi; problem? :V.sl be- set a naval when we comn to the removal of wciRJili affect a Fhlp'a stability. Thc writer in thc Motor I-'nat rftcosnlzcs. I: Is true, that the MV- in? In welRht strf'rt would be harrtly tniTlclent to allow of extra puna to bo )f the T'.ftl. nnd lie thni Krc.it Ftorago accommodation MU DC ,jn-d ncfcr Lut ho does not In hny way a pccaiiar'.rcslilt ..to .such tho of the weight of boiicrs and In the eoursc of tho Kines below thc wat-jrltnc Li to be met. Jlrs acquaintanco of and I hope ntrcr will hold that wbm.-in is hot thf wtaXar vessel. constitu- ilor.; habits of thought and ferr.Ir.iac r.css might lead hor to do things which rnijcin be excusable Sn her. although thc saftp conduct niijjht not bo cxcuaabVc :n n-cre rescinded she would be. bound to frjr the mat of, her to .1 1 man who he was soy .was-an A.s a judge he was bound, if ould, to save her from Jhe absolute president of the Soup wbl1 aitued." Here Is tie hdsi delicJBns chafer injchariea Dickens delighted to more in thb cinematographic description of of character, and where he foand fnrt wMh, nnfl rPrl I ol hU most humorous types ot low fiiipcrata crlmlfiaJs, fferi was associated with the L0r.ypii the police are inned, side of Lbhdop. life, where pf jaw will position, of a policeman iviio JS the' cxecUBon of duty kills a man. A policeman-carrying bat hjs.diitFMepaJiy. may repel.by and if doing so he. kills t U justiila-ble homicide. ..But..a., neccaatty for civilian Is 19 fact bisrg'.iri pfrfcctly cer The other of tiio caso waa a vcry vice of thc Jewish Working-; Than n door opcrlcd at the back of the j hind _ the door fiing ii biirzer whicii ables. Jewish unionists well known j In the Jewish community in ainercm Fogg tbon tra? ih-i Atiifrji-nn men "'We groped bnr room StitMoIaUSSt! Inste ad "of Being One of the Best Boxing Contests of Cen- tury It Developed into the "Rough House" Order, Brought Forth Quick Action from the Referee. He b also chairman of the thcrc pecbHar ilnriff. cil of thc West London (Special Dispatch.) tin what he considered a srossiy cnfalr re ihst his Fnennis nbintcrl b'rir: SIXTEEN PEERS WITH AMERICAN7 WIVES (Special DIapatch.l were set free. The br.r jls a member. Sir referred t--> was a president of the Sossoon is vice CoilcSe ard A past that he would have won beiKg contested nn.J thought it wiser Viihiself with xdrr.oa-MUng botn n in An> cASe. fo-boiers on thc Or their offcwiiay. When Miss "Vivien Gould becomes Lady Iteclcs there will be sixteen British American wives. Tho other American are the Duchess of Marlborough, j tho of Manchester, tho Duohriss oi RoxbuTghc. Marctloricss of Duf- ferln, liady Gra.r.ara, Lady Lady Essex. Lady Lady Crav-sv. i-kdy Lady Batcnan. Karryrnoro, Lady Lady Cheyiis-jiiiio and J-ady [ir.itter the ilnist boxing-contest of.the in'cnt or thc force with aiwas mostly a house" is commitred. A: {he tiraft ;