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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July 25, 1913 THE LETIiBRTDOE DAILY HERALD A HONEYMOON SKYEN YEARS LONG Have Bought the Famous Gteh Riddel! M.S.S. in Bobbie Burns Handwriting does the work of Sflver PUtei Liverpool, 3uly committee I o! tie Liverpool Athenaeum has sola j Qlenrlddel manuscriiits ot Robert Burns, after a resolution was. passed majority'vole al: the" tile. The purchaser IB. slid to bo' an American the. firm ot Wilkinson .and Hodce', through whom the sale was effected, refuse to dis- close the purchase'rVnarae. 'Neither has itranjjired.'lhougb the jainlmum Is'Bud at Jn 1S02 'ID otter of from the late J. P. Korean was refused., The Clen'rldden manuscripts'- .are known to'all ot Burns. They are contained in two xolumes and _couslsl ft poemn and i leUers, most ot "which "in Bura'sV hand- writing and the reinali'der In the of an nmaneunals with occasional corrections and remarks by Bums.' They were presented to Robarf Rldydell'In Glen RHdel In tokca of Burns' iratltude'tor the h'ps- pitarity shown to him and eventually yafotii to Dr. Currlo, of Liverpool, by wiwu family they were beqiiiatned to. the There Is' a spread -toutory among Burnt lortrg against' tie sal of the" -Ixiti in -coMimialcation'lo local' news conildew the trinnatlot soulless hody of trustees." Mcch indignation la felt. In Scot- land The wlumes presented to Liverpool unconditionally by.Mrs. Wallace Currie, tecaufe of Dr. Cur- lie's Interest IB the Uteruool Athen- aeum. The general opiDlon In Scot- land !3 there was no moral right to Glasgow with Durus enthustaE- c they should stop the salo if jslb'le. The Scottish community In Terrxx.1 Is bitter against tho Eale. ev. J. 0. Hamilton, minister of the coltish church In Liverpool, said to- the grie' urthpriUei" on pnsaed Htret "that iheuld leave the country.: He Hrini British; local bodbe. attcraM ratal anoh treasnree at ill the StoWahVaabthor calla the trio' and discreditable and America It'. "Live TKKM 'i a Mr King Georges "What Interest can an A'ucrican llltoaaire of all people in Uie world ave In llo.bect Burns He probably annot even understand him. It the eporl is true that tho, documents ave gone to "America, it makes' our KS alt the'more deplorable.'Amerlca would seem Intends to swallow 'up 11 'cur 'greatest artistic tfeasures no by one." E. H. of the Walker irt Gallery, ia deprecating the action it the Athenaeum ex -resscs fear that the writing ol Wm loscoe which are likewise eatruBtei o the Athenaeum's care, may "else ind their way to "America. He thinks hat the Athenaeum, although tic legal right, has no mora to'dispose of the manuscripts. In the absence'of the president'o he Athenaeum, SIr.James-Barr'and IU -vice president, Dr. Hill Abraham, authoritative explanation of the Hie is The Athenaeum s cot or ever was In debt. On the con- trary, a has been accumu- lating for some years. The' transfer] of the'volumes was effected Iwith' such privacy that many of.tbe.prcij 'prietors of the Athenaeum, It is slat ed, not" aware of-the fact unUV tk'e announcement .-.appeared irf-.th'e' Ideal newspaper.' The facts' ol.the" sale have not yet .been communicated by the committee 'to the -.ordinary 'and. Uie; official state-' menl is 'eagerly It Is' stated that the s-.uii-i'.C :i-.- KING GEORGE NAVY PLUO CHEWING TOBACCO IS IN BY ITSELF! It sutpasses all others in quality aivl flavour because the process by which it is made differs from w deli- ciously sweet and non-irriuting. SOLD EVERYWHERE: lOc A PLUQ ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co, Manufacturers, QUEBEC Rey. Percy and his bride' of threeiweeks, who'was formerly Misa "Ethel Blanche Le Btr of Toronto. They left Montreal on trts'Naicoble and'do'not exptct to return to civilization will-be" at Rupert's House; James ?ay.- mmm ".well Montreal, Police Him more and -went back to-Land Rock.- At that point his stolen horse played put from tie Ions grind and was shot. From. Land Rock ho went east again on another stolen horse, to the Sweet Grass. hills and worked there a few _'. days.at" J. p., McDowell's place near East Butte. Froni there he'-weut to Whitlasb, only to double back on-his own 'trail' to-McDowell's once'' more.. Fronvthexo to; tie custom house at Coutts, on a horse which" it had ,trad-, cdTtbe ttplea animal for.was a.mere pleas'uro trip, buf his'second attempt to.c'roESjtie .border because the- heoeesary to- pay- the duty on' tie pony, as.'riding. Ppifce. the next: slop, ccordlug. to the modestly told story adviaced ttndeii called of Winnipeg, waa today elecfed'a-dC" shortly !oi -the new Interior terminal rector ot the. OsllVle Flour Mills' Co.; be. erected byl'the 'iov-1'" eruaeot SaaVa.- toon. .The made bj .under the intrtrductory incc of 25c com- iletewith one blade B of the commission. ttli; Mtuimii, but" no final stfps to teuild slm ilkr Alberta' been takeii. _ the Om acantut of the krcwth ol the OgUrle the' west It' to fill the '.vacancy 4 eath -of s'ir., Bdwitrd- A4-L DROWNED ,thi_s ,r'ade mark. Guarantee! July Ciidde-' ford, -with" a .wife. and: family' of .five, and, here on Saturday they Winnipeg Baech slice been, heard' of. Tie owner" of' the the poe-; albly_ another two being unknown. Cuddeford is 50 'ears of andr RoberUpn 24. For 68 the years Mark Cross trada mark baa .stood Ipr quality. been speht to adrertite Mark (Cross' 'goods r in every' cIvillMd. country We..further' guarantee that If ''y.Razor doesn't Eire you as nuc than an "_r 15.00 raior, it back.'' IB froBL'-Creslec.. :1 '-r. Imported from -ild.''England.1 ScT-.. itly IOLLOW GROUND :MarV Bliidtt are little VtrajsM which is'ahoat J50" miles north'east froW'STrejt Ora'ss, In county Henry sheriff'.of .-The this .1. -'V ,citr-tot'erring after 4T the roiorts received by hhu; company th4 na aU. go. to .coriflrn' th'e reporta 'coming fronj sectipn 'of 'cou ntry .aa the, It'-.'look's now, as c'tlKUth be gep'eril co TO bAwspVi'v.v'. VancpuverA p? Hazen, minister of Prince Rupert .next Monday, jind on (p thereafter. -He expects to back in. Vaiicouvei.'Augu'ft ''.S; MEXICAN RAILWAY, DESTROYED ?Y, GUERILLAS not hiajnard wpi for the.fteft of a nirae and -when arraigned .-in court and that'her had sUrted fro'm'Autruiia on the" night of July 2 Hdlnjr'.a ,siafe be- longing'to. J. W. Ebe'ret, of hunter started on hrs loni March ;oi' the goin to'Chp'teau nolle .that'ihe horse thief headed for the Marias' 'river'country. The "second'day'De-' ,at Shelb'y 'while the jursued.liad already.''covered-''250 niTles'i'oo -the'atolen '-'Eeeing the W the-prisoner had been doing" when .Inter- viewed: in" tho county last: eyen- 'ii Al'reconnoiler' was mad.e' several miles, out -from ShBlby, on the third day, and not.getting any'itrace there the officer decided tho lone rider hid lieade'd', for, the' boundary; line.7 His theory' was correct, and; the noxt'iew da'ya. pepiity -Hay' had inilns, saddle-horses and learns, and covered a'16'ng-itrctch to CoM'Butte, and1 then Into, Gra'ssi'hlliV. ilcTa Inforroatlon glesn- ed from ranchers sent a .day or .two too late. point, .the ,'chiee assumed the pu'r- f would the tory .to.'relax bis" to parriairyVreJleT'e the-fatignc the cng hunt'and to to keep, il s I eyes 'opja itt.er -the .last 6p_ hours] if'continuai-ivalchlrig.'t.- stopped all nlBht-.wiUi the justice of the peace who thb next to within ride; From he criiaed'the line, ;ot'Will'Horse.'nejir to Wallace.''In' deputy waa, close 6TRANGERS GREATLY IMPRESS- ED WITH TO ERECT AN ELEVATOR Bow Island, July G. A. Bu- ho has been" organizing the farmers' elevator in this has been in town, last few days, completing details for -meeting of the' shareholders in'the elevator that is to be built at Bow-.Islana. Del-, j will be'eleclcd at the meeting 'to ro to Calgary to elect the directors" for the province for tie >ear. Mr. Glen'-Dupuy-has filed, on a homestead Jw'enty-.-miles .south ,or here, 'and hauling out lumber to build a house.' Dr. b! C. Harris, ot Taber, is a visi- tor in Bow and says he la sur- plted at the .good town' we have here..-' He is not the tajl .Work bas.started Is- lana municipal gas and Mr. Biek- 1, Ihe.'manager: of the drilUni ;'who-have i it: wo rk will rushed 'as .fast. MADE THEM ATTEND AND ACT LIKE MAN', AND WIFE London, July 24.T-By Queen Mary's. imperions demand, -the quarreling'' Duke and Duchess of .Westminster attended the Hutlaad's; ball and supped there at table, the Queen's table...Thla is-the first been tee.n-together-in It Mr. F. S.: Bnison, Inspector, for the, Dominion 'Ufe4 as V visitor'In town for a ills" hfiind and-. had" notiled.the Wrrt'Moii'nted, dld'eTery- pnaible finally be. ot thj. Mounted Pollce'and the de- }ity the, man located. made fto arrest kalngin 'while he Vai' rj'ljht, herding for" the Wallace outfit, 'not that Mr. conld.. not -have captured 'v the man, but" becaxise he'was .in a'place the law forbade him. After 'severnl formsilitles had complet ed'-and escorted to the line asd the hiiKied evidently oflng what. ho'lsugMnily called "a '.sijfht basing iSsh' heciiiTrled acrOM tiVcounlry' on the saSe'horse, .workiii'gfa'-day or (wo" then eii.rig oo'ce moTe, Ilka proverbial, errant; and wlih deputy behihd him, on btsguut, and'the pos- .slhle" flghlfat. a he reached Conrad, The "dainty n-aa.eloso behind, and on atfempt.was. cross tha line dlrectiy-norlh of. Conrad He' lost'.put oacp with the'. Mounted Police; he was turned over to th'e Lewis and Clark deputy, Vho came. here Immediately. The latter-had nothing. but praise In reference of -the- treatment of Ui Mounted Pollce'toiard bimi -who acl ed with and helped .him in every 'way possible. Orval Kainge was also pleased; -with the Ireatmen he bad received- at. the hands'.of the man -who had 'banted him urirelen lesily for.so'long and aajd that he could not wish -any-better 'consldera- tiori. v l That kalrigen could ride as.well'as last, rustlers who." were In'the'jall here, was ;deiaonstrate'd by his stay- log worst horse In" Whitlash; he rode'on" July. 5 and-von' a bucking contest and ?5.-- a "Orval Is. well' known around Augusta and Helena end gave LOthlng could bri.dge [the' chaBm..between them" urioiisly Jealous-of his lovely. Iterally locked her'out ol Groeyinpr 1 his -'London: residence, haired hsr from his Eaton Hall. '-'V-''' That even the Queen should inter; fere in.the 'marltnf affairs' of "a ring CO-.-T'" The i la.I sent" given.! The naraeio'r 'the'.'Dnchess-.df; .Westminster." was; op the; bis Mr.'Hiroid E.'BeiiiielJft on.'Wed- ncaruiY en' a business trip to Macleod The, crops afpund Bow Iilind are ill fir good; r.aiij' pi the'.farmers will.start'cut- lii? in tht course next't'wOj -Work the famirs'- within 1 week.-; MostVp reedy been.shipped.. -.5lr. George the Un- ion Fire. was'a visitor in'Bow'Island yesterday., 'Mr. J.'M. Bratton returried, yes- terday: from 'a' business trip to'.Mac- The pliy "Dot, the Miner's -Daugh was staged, .this.everting under the auspices of. the LadlesJ'Aid "of the Church, 'presented 'by the' Bow. Island ,'nrBrnitir Society. Mr. J.' B. Tremblay, .who liis> visiting in Medicine ed, ols-home- stead. Mr. T. O. of .Moose __. tien i, i guke' was The' Queen's" extraordinary; wss-cpnveyed hiia be hnrried Dutlfc _-' no motive" for his act other than that he Teamed, to trt'vei and.look the first good horee he' wmm i MENKEL. frianirfaeliire i btat.eld-faahtantil. straight Mfilicine July 23.-A K. Ham, a contractdr bf Suffidij was this altcrnoon charged btiore Magistrate colleclirig1 from his employees which they Dr..-N. D. Steek, medical for Ham's" camps on the irrigation .difch'i and ;of the same to Ills own VMS. Ham 'was remind, lor aliow-Jhe prosecution time' to.bibg their, Mssfs here, JASPER Joly: 24.r-The Jaajer' of the oldest and moat hostsleries, tke price a visitor ,ln'fown' Brown's, object in .visiting Bow Island was to-look .'over the town iwllh, a of securing a site to start a'sash and. door; WM ptatea hat as-soon-aVuhe is'cotii- >leted he'will pay'us.anoth'eV Tlalt. Kennedy oj Curreaf'were-vjsjtofi.in yosterday their, jiBew hlaml property, Bow, UJand Calgary, 'the 'moat diriig.'atterapts at 'safe .Wpwjng that has occurred In Calgary Inr leceat years, was succ MS fully, carried .'.out this fruit and .cqamlMloV ItaVAC 6S3 9th avenue.west, brotieo Into Iroa safe- Edraontoni Biaa- oan: Marshall retunifd'tp'.tlie capital today aiier' a' quick trip; ttioufh east, staie> cphslnV-and. aid" VVirinipfs' lasted just 14; days." nounced that he-had. visited Wisconi si u' and III inpfs 'aid'foiher places with" tt schools of. opened iii" .'.Oeorge R'rh'ard'.Hnleli.-irof'.Abbotstofd, had a'i mechanics. He has held pp- siVion' 'scbopl riculiure pfictica.1 larmet ai well SJaney CT.rdved'aleVV' a paJua'te pt Mdcdonild i'-A teacher in agiMwmf, AVpick b'f. has a. 60-acre fanf shatterM'by a .Tbe. pleted their wwk cfowbat.- welaWna; K weighing K raisJicked tie safe. .Mllaa, Italian lake dirlrkt early, today by-..' tarrrfi daaaie'caiwH ttrttU. eft'.ct of tie .torn.; ii Wt ont tH ;