Clipped From The Ottawa Journal
OTTAWA POLICEMAN, INTOXICATED, WAS ARRESTED IN HULL ttsJJeiJnlUllJrf HuB.' Sty Ottawan Wa Trying to Force Entrance to House. A charge of drunkenn eas was preferred agmloat 8. DArcy of th Ottawa police force In th Recorder's Court. Hull, this morning. He did not appear, and as he had deposited $6 for bail, as ia usual In Hull, hla bail was confiscated for non-appearance. Yesterday afternoon between four and five o'clock Pollc Constable ia-lond of th Hull fore caught the Ottawa officer trying to get Into a house on fit. .Lawrence street. It was evident to the Hull officer that the occupants of th house did not want to admit the stranger. Accosting hi brother officer, Lalonde told him to leave the house. On two occasions rrAroy refused, saying that he would entr th house if he had to turn it upside down. Policeman Lalonde, who aeciarea that U'Arcy was badlr In toxicated, led him away the first time. out tne ottawan went back again and so persistent was he that the Hull officer had to arrest him. A coord Ing to Lalonde, DArcy got th nam and number of ths Hull officer, declaring that he waa going to mske It hot for him, as he was an Ottawa policeman. When he persisted In attempting to nter the house Lalonde asked him if he had a warrant. DArcy replied that h did not need on. La lond) told him If he was an officer from Ottawa, commissioned with a warrant. tie would gladly help him In hla business, but he had to show his credentials. At this th Ottawa policeman became angry and told Lalonds that h did not know his business. After DArcy had spent about three hour In th cells, CapL Dion accepted $& ball, which th nrlaonar wiilinsriv put Up.