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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, February THE BUCKEYE VOL. 1 LETHBKIDGE, ALTA., FEBRUARY 3 1910 Mo. 13 THERE'S A DIFFERENCE: Perhaps you hire a plumber to turn the water on, And the simple job is bungled and he CmkcS iiii ivvftii mess, You discover when the plumber and the 'prentice hand are gone That your property is damaged forty dollars, more or less, All plumbers do uot plumb we're ready to admit There's a difference iu plumbers; yon may not have noticed it.; Or perhaps you hire a carpenter to build a chicken coop Who can hardly saw a scantling and can barely drive a nail, He establishes the fact that he's a perfect nincompoo, Yet this "nincompoop's" a carpenter and draws wages on the scale All carpenters are not cheer- fully submit, There's a difference in carpenters; you may have noticed it. Perhaps you smoke tobacco; you like a good cigar, You pay your quarter cheerfully for there you are, You've got a but that is all. Half of it is thrown away, i'our smoke is spoiled, your temper's gone, you grouch throughout the day. Ail brands of smokes are not some choke you when they're lit. There's a difference in makers, you may have noticed it. Perhaps you see a comet off in the Western sky With its fiery head of Stardust, and its tail a-flying high, You run and tell your neighbors right across the garden gate, And they look and glance with, "Oh, yes, that is nothing Then they tell of greater sights than a comet, "which is nit." There's a difference in the may have noticed it. New York, Jan. Bud, an when you see that BUCKEYE label you notice the dif- ference at once. Try the BUCKEYE and be converted WRESTLING MATCH IN PUBLIC Calgary, Feb. lobby of the i Savoy house on 9th Avc. vras the scene of an impromptu wrestling saddle on onc horse'and rode c.svay arrested and agreed to go back and work out the price of the saddle. He had not beer, on the ranch attain long before he was seized with his instincts of a desperado once more. One day when Smith had hitclud up a team to como to Calgary it is charged that Peacock walked up to him with a and ordered to match yesterday afternoon in which Jack Peacock, alleged hold-up man and horse thief and Detective-Ser- geant W. A. Nutt and plain clothes j constable Fisher, were the contest- ants and about twenty guests of the hotel were the spectators. Peacock was finally overcome by Nutt, using a sort oi combination strangle hold and half Nelson. Pea- cock is a bis fellow and ?made a fierce fight against arrest. He had with both. One horse has since been found, the other is still missing. Ceased In Italy Rome, Feb. storms practically ceased throughout have Italy SENSATION AMONG THE WOODMEN squad, is king of feminine In Fifth avenue, at Fifty-fifth street, where he and his rider are engaged in regulating traffic. Scores of wo- men, many of whom ar-? nt in New York society, hive become de voted friends of the -ind scarce- ly a day passes that :h-.-y do not him loaf sugar, candy or apples. When a handsomely dressed wo- man walked from the St. Regis Hotel she stopped at the Fifth avenue curb- ng and gave a shrill whistle. Al- though engaged then in solving a difficult traffic problem, Rose Bud aised his head, pricked back his ears and gave a low bow of recognition. In the animal's big intelligent eyes the woman could almost read the words: "Just a minute and 1 will be with SQUflD Turning his head to the west, fac ing the Hotel Gotham, Rose bud gave a warning look, in the direction of the chauffeurs and coachmen coming up Fifth avenue, and the north bouni traflic was brought to a standstill. In the same manner a long line of auto mobiles and carriages going soul in the busy thoroughfare were balte by the horse, who then, with a bo1! ot the head, signalled waiting vehic les bound east and west in Fifty- fifth street to proceed. His duty performed, Rose Bud hur- ried to the curbing, where his friend was still waiting. With a neigh of welcome, the horse greeted the wo- man in furs. She then pulled from her muff a linen napkin, in which she had wrapped several cubes of 'loaf sugar. Rose Bud ate the saccharine bowed a farewell and rusaed back to his post of duty. i BOYears OLD LADY'S SENSATIONAL TESTIMONY TO ZAM-BUH Mri. FUNERAL OF and the rivers Tiber, Arno and Po are falling gradually. The floods caused by the rains of last week are subsiding and the. situation at Venice is now normal. The land slides above London, Ont., Feb. rumors are afloat in regard to aa al- mixup in the books of tin V'i-od men of the World which are said to show discrepancy. Books are examined preparatory Lo making a statement to the grand and to the government. AutJitocs of the society went through honfcs discovered, it is claim5-1, that Mr. W C. Fitzgerald, j-ivreu-.rv. ias about out in his accounts. He was not satisfied ite result and j a firm 'oi independent amliu-ts was called in. They reported a discrep- ancy oE Fitzgerald's frienls strongly assert WE HATFIELD Pincher Creek, Feb. fun- eral of the late W. C. Hartfiel, which took, place, this afternoon, was large- ly attended by business men generally j on Wednesday, Jan. 19, complications of some kind setting In, and he was again operated on a week later, and on Friday of last week a third opera tion was resorted to' by his mediea attendants with the hope of saving his life. On Sunday night, however his sufferings, which are said to have been very acute, terminated with his death, although he" was conscious to the last, his wife being at his bedsjd for a rancher near Prtddis. A wMch killed several persons he came to Calgary on an errand j for Smith, whence sold a saJiUe he- longing to Smith, claiming he did so to Ret the price of his labor. He was partly palace which originally ed to the Montefeltro family. that there is nothing wrong in ihej and many others, all desirous of pay- ing-their last tributes oi respect to lone who had come to be held in high esteem with, old and young alike. De- ceased was born at New Paynesvllle, Minn., and came to Canada eight years ago, residing in Pincher Creek for'the past four years. He married Miss Eva May Mcliitosh of this place on Nov. 20, 1907, who with two chil- when the end came. Rev. W. Aitch ison, of the Presbyterian church, t which deceased belonged, conducts the funeral service at the house, th Herc Is strong proof of how Zam-Buk curex long-standing sores, or chronic wounds, x. Mrs. J, Mlnnett, of J92 Are., Providence, Rhode Island, sayn u When a thild of eight I was bitten on the leg by ft dog. wound never helled up soundly, and I have suffered with an ulcerated leg for over 60 years. At one time, I was an in-patient at the East Suffolk Hospital for a long period, and three years I wax in and out of hospitals with it. I wax continually in pain, and the sore would not heal, but continued to discharge. "Twelve months ago I came out here to my daughter, and ax soon ax she saw how bad the leg wax she lent for a doctor. He gave me xome ointment, but it did me no good. said my leg would never be healed. u One day my youngest daughter brought home a bor of Zam-Buk and induced me to try it. With the first application I seemed to find ease. I kept on with the Zam-Buk treatment, and soon saw thai the wound wat getting better. I persevered, and, to cut a long story short, Zam-Buk healed up the sore I It is marvellous to think that, after suffering for sixty years, Zam-Bok has been able to heal the wound." Zam-Buk is because it ix nature's own healer, posed entirely of pure herbal essences. For eczema, ulcers, cold abscesses, piles, burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, rashes, it ix uneoualled. All druggists and stores 50c box, of post free from Zam-Buk Toronto, for price. arn-BuK. EVERY HOME NEEDS IT an escort of the Knights of Pythias of that city, who also sent a beauti- ful wreath of flowers to be placed on the casket. Wreaths were also sent by the local lodge of that order here, by the I. 0. 0. F., and by the Rebeccah lodge of which Mrs. Hartflel is a "member. Alfred Pelletier, who is at present in Car'dston buying up a bunch of colts has just sold to a 'syndicate comprised of Messrs. Brodeur, Rankin, Snyder, Knights of Pjthias accompanied bj Shrimp and Bogart, the champion mistake in bookkeeping and thing will factorilv. straightened out sa-tis- I dren survive him. The illness which eventually caused his death was of six weeks' duration. On his removal jfrom here to the Lethbridge hospital the Independent Order of Foresters, doing similar duties at the grave, both of which fraternal orders deceased was a member of. The pail bearers were Dr. Wright, Dr. G'illespie, C. W. Tayrum, R. H. Ormond, W. H. Tucker he was operated on for appendicitis and H. Purkiss. The rempjns were conveyed to the Lethbridge station by stallion Victorix. This horse, which took first prize at the Dakota state fair, is considered by experienced horsemen to be the best specimen ever brought into the district. Be- sides this sale Mr. Pelletier disposed of a team of heavy draught horses to Warnock and Bolster, and another team to a purchaser up the line. COUTTS CUSTOMS PORT IS BUSY Two cars of potatoes came in on the A. R. I. the other day from Mon- tana. Two carloads of settlers effects from Salt Lake for Warner, and two carloads of effects from South Dakota for Magrath all cleared at tme cus- toms office at Coutts the other day. The A. R. I. line to Coutts Is now quite a thoroughfare for incoming freight. Not long ago some settlers coming from St. Catharines, Ont., came through the United States In bond and along the Great Northern and up the A. R. I. This city is certainly fortunate in having a double spout to accommodate the large Influx of settlers and the increasing freight traffic. HAVE SEEN HIM? 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. H e s In It e rass T owns ow Don't fail to see Mr. Jell. He 11 answer your questions. All who can't see him write CLARESHOLM This is the place. You will see by its location that it must grow rapid- Monarch, Alta. Gronurn Lots from to West I i fc x ;