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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbi'idge Daily Herald, Wednesday February BUCKEYE VOL. 1 LETH BRIDGE, ALTA., FEBRUAKY 2 32 Manager Fuirfiekl on the farm with his BUCKEYE like a BUCKEYE to make you enjoy the call of farm, even if only experimental BUCHANAN'S COULD NOT FINISH HIS LECTURE BLACK AND Sold by SCOTCH OVrW I ITE D. O. ROBL1N, Toronto Agent The report that the U. S. consul. Evan Kyffin Thomas, proprietor and had demanded the extradition of Dr.) editor of the Observer, Adelaide, Frederick A. Cook is false. South Australia, has been knighted. Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. us MacManus, the Irish story wao appeared here last night in a lecture to the students at Michigan University, was unable to finish his! owing to illness. He was t taxen to a hospital where his case i was diagnosed as Incipient pneumon-j ia. BRUNSWICK'S RHODES SCHOLAR St. John. N. B.. Jan. Dix-, on, M. A., has been appointed Rhodes I scholar for New Brunswick for 1910. The appointment was made by Mount Allison, Dixon being chosen from six candidates. He graduated from ML Allison in 1905 and later took up P.! H. D. degree at Harvard James Hope and Sandy Christie were killed instantly and almost blown to pieces at the Silver Leaf mine, near Cobalt, this afternoon. REAL WILD WEST HOLD UP AFFAIR Pulled "Oft By Edmonton Youth-Was Captured t Edmonton, Jan. quiet hamlet of Namao, eight miles out t-he i Xamayo road, leading north from j Edmonton, was the scene last night i of a hold-up attended by all the pic- I features of the wild and i woolly days of the old west. The affair was pulleu off at Johnson's -store, and the robber. Raymond Web- j is nov; in the luiruls of the Mount ed Police. N'o one was injured, but there were moments, while the rob- ber was tryirii; t.o effect his escape. that the lives of the other actors iu the drama were what the insurance I man calls a bad risk. Raymond the robber, is aj youth of 17 years of who resides half a mile north cf the packing plant H was 12.15, the store was closed! and Johnson was preparing to retire when he heard a rap at the door amlj a voice which he thought familiar re-j quested the storekeeper to sell some tobacco. Johnson prepared to com- ply, but opened the door to a man! with a mask and a rifle. Without! hesitation Johnson "rappled with the! intruder. Up ami down the store! they fought for several moments without either -.-lumng any appreciable- advantage. Then Johnson got the] door open and draped his man intoj the road. Grabbing the youth around the neck the two rolled over and over in the road, while Johnson veiled for! help. The youth hunsr to the rifle, aj 20-25. The trigger was accidentally pulled just as one of the neighbors who had rushud out answer John- son's cries came on the scene of the! conflict. The neighbor narrowly e.s-i caped, and the confusion which foM lowed gave his chance to es-i cape. Jumping into a rig which he' had in readiness he was soon lost to! the view of the townsmen. Johnson, however, had his clue. He had had in fact, previous experience of Webber, who has had trouble other! times with the police, his first offence j being three rears ago. The theft ofj S150 from the on January 4th i of this "ear was attributed to him.! though it had never been possible to! prove the charge. i Johnson accordingly telephoned the! Mounted notice, the address of j his assailant, and at 4.flO this morn-1 ing Constable McPhail effected "his ar-i rest at his home. Webber admitted his euilt from the first. ap- pear for preliminary hearing tomor- row morning before Inspector Wor- slev. ONTARIO WARDENS Toronto, Juii. Wardens were elected by cue county councils of On- tario this week as follows: A. Messecar, Oakland. Crow, Dufl'eriM--Jas. J. Keith, Grand Val- ley. McLean, Aldborough township, on ninth ballet, Thompson, Shar- bot Lake. gchenck, Normauby. Avery, Caledonia. H. -Mather, Sterling. A. J. Irvin, VVingham. Denholm, Blenheim. Lambton Robert Auld, Warwick township. Leeds mid Morris, Burgess South. Lennox and Oil mour, Taiu'-vor'n. Mitchell, Grin'sby. Campbell, Adel- aide township. K. Butler, Victoria. L. lloyce Percy. Forbes, West Zorra. Speors, ChlngiU'ousy. Maher, Douro. C. Garden, Harrio. Ontario Henry Purviss, Canning- ion. Tiers, Veru- lam. E. Maclvoimo, Chlppe- wa. Gmeliii, Ayr. Wentworth French, Glan ford. Everyone Thought She Was Going Into Consumption. Gained Tea Pounds in Two by the Use of Burdock- Blood Bitten. EIB. Fred. Biggs, Kingston, Ont., completely run down, my blood out of order, and I used io pet so weak I would be compelled to stay in bed for veeka at a time. I could eat, pale and thin; every one thought I going into consumption. I tried everything and different doctors tntd m friend advised rnc to Burdock Blood Bitters. I did not have one wed when my appetite began to improve. I uaed nx bottles. 1 rained ten pounds ia two When I began to take it I ooiy iretrbed ninety-three pounds. It jurt seemed to pull me from the grave J ecpeeted to strong again. I wii tell every sufferer of your wonderful medicine." The Wood reaches every portion of body U distribute nutriment and effete matter and waate products. Clearly then, influence, good or bad, affecting the blood, necessarily affect the en- tire system for food or evil u the case may be. Get Hood and keep it pure by ring erery trace of impure morbid matter from the system by using Burdock Blood Bitters. It exerts curative in- fluence naapproached by any other remedy. For sale by aU dealers. Manufactured only by The T. Hilburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. RETURN LECTURE "What Ought to o in By Clinton N! Howard t KNOX CHURCH Thursday, February 3, 8 p.m Those who were fortunate enough to hear Mr. Howard in Wesley Church on Monday, Jan. 24th, wlien he gave his iree "Hide on the Water need no urging. Be on time, as indications point to a crowded house. No admission fee. The "littlest man" and "biggest talker" that ever struck Lethbridge. He proposes to loll you what ought to happen here. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- ,t 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- ANGLICAN CLERGYMAN AT UNITARIAN SERVICE Ottawa, Jan. rather unusual incident occurred at the installation of the new pastor of the Unitarian church today. The father of the pas- tor, Rev. Qsborne Troop, Anglican rec- tor of Montreal, was called upon and spoke. He made a speech upon the position in which he was placed, but defended the conscience of his son if for honesty of purpose It had caused him to leave his mother church- OPINION ON NAVY IN EAST ELGIN London, Jan. Marshall. Al. P., addressing East Elgin Conser- vatives at Aylmer Saturday, announc- ed that he had sent from Ottawa letters to constituents seeking opinion of Canadian navy. Of 55 per cent who had so far replied only six and a half per cent, favored Canadian navy, the balance urging contribution of money or Dreadnoughts. TO EXHUME BODIES FROM CHERRY MINE Olierry, Illj, Jan. little town Is settling itself for the ordeal or exhumation that is expeted this weeK following the promised unseal- ing tomorrow or Tuesday of the at. Paul mine in which the bodies of more than 200 coal miners have been entombed since Nov. 13, when fire caused the death of some 350 men. Harry Proctor, vof Newmarket, Ont. seventeen years old, was killed this morning by a lo.s; of wood falling on his head. HAVE If you live in the Pass watch for Walker Jell. He is the travelling- repre- sentative of the owners of Monarch Townsite, and has the best proposition on the market to offer the investor, whether large or small. He s In The P ass T owns ow Don't fail to see Mr. Jell. He'll answer your questions. All wno can't see him write D. M. ROSS CLA.RESHOLM This is the place. You will see by its location that it must grow rapid- ly. Monarch, Alta. Lots irom to I I I T> ;