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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Hie Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. I. LITHBPJDQE, ALBERTA, WfjPHeSDAY, OCTOKR H, NO. 21t. A SHFFP MAN A uuLLT mAli FROZEN TO DEATH Duncan Cai a Her dor, the Victim Of a Blizzard 'Medicine Hat, Oct. i Two or three days ago word wag received in the city of a terrible tragedy of last -week's snow storm. Duncau Cameron, a herder employ d on the Shaw ranch south of the Cy- press Hills was troxerOto death while on duty, in spile of the heroic-efforts of a fellow herdsman, Donald Fisbor to comrade to a place of safety, last, storm was raging, Fisher and Cameron wire working together out. on .the "range, tending! sheep. JLate in night Cameron ;was "overcome byjthe cold and his condition became so serious tliat hy decided to est ranch. Accompanied by Fisher he set off for.the JerJnnson home but soon lost control ,of his limbs and in a freezing, condition he was earned the rest of "the' way by his comrade. Practically the last cixft of saving the man- was gone whei it was found that the Jenkinson houtse was closed it was ne cessary to. leave Cameron in a shed while Fisher rode post -Haste "for 'an other ranch district. The Blu ranch is nearly" twenty -xmiles from Jenkinson'a place., "and here Donal already in at will be con- sidered again on the basis: of a oionth. There were .forty-five' applica- tions in. .The Canada. Life Assurance Co., Butte Klkwator Fioldman's Finish Lake Gmssy Gros Ventre Iron Springs Irvinj Joaephburg Keho 15 9 IS 15 5 106 11 43 5 6 29 13 1G 20 10 27 23 15 117 15 24 10 21 20 14 27 46 364 7 16 16 'fewburg 114 566 1 G 50 O'Connor's 3 terson's f 2 P. K. Ranch Jainfield 10 Frovo 9 urple 7 Raymond 73 Robinson's Ranch' Rutherford's Seven Persons Spring Coul n 2 Stirling 57 St. Mary's 7 Taber, A 113 Tnber B. 31 Taylorville 4 Walsh 23 Warner 4 Whites 18 Woolford 9 Woolch ester Woodpecker Writing on Stone 5 Totals Majority for polls to hear from. 4 68 202 34 Woodstock, Ont., Oct. 27.--One of ihcfniost remarkable stories in tho police history of Woodstock has come to light. On Friday Robert Colwell was .arrested in. Port Huron, Jfici and brought" back to j charged with blackmail.. He pleadsd guilty and will IMS sentenced Friday. .Then the second arrest was made in the person of J. B. Bounds, highly respected citizen of taken into custody on a similar charge and 'remanded for trial. It is uUeged that on Christmas day, 1906, Colwell and Hounds by threats' and intimidation, secured old German named Daiam.. The men Damm ho was charged -with a notorious crime. 15 8 3 134 59 11 57 50 14 13 11 4 25 61 56 31 10 14 2 15 5 2 4 10 16 CITY AND DISTRICT Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. E. Adams have arrived at .Watford, Ont., and are visiting ilr. Adams' father. He was very ill at the time of his arrival and is still in a somewhat sericvis condition. On his way homo he consulted a special- ist in Toronto. A man named Sisson is up this af- ternoon before tho R.N.W.M.P., offic- ers on a charge of theft. It is al- leged he sold a load of oats belong- ing to Jansc SCcDonnell and kept the money. 13 2 673 415 with 15 11 4 5 15 8 5 26 31 32 19 ELECTION BETS FAVOR TAFT DONT KILL THE BIRDS York, Oct. Dutchcr, president of the National Association of Audobon Societies declared at the annual convention of the association tod.iy that Americans were robbing posterity in permitting in annual crop loss of destruction of in- eating birds. He called for a fund to fight the commercial bird killers in every state legislature. 2 40 19 24 Baltimore, Md., Oct. has I been comparatively little betting on the election in this city. Tho pre- vailing odds arc 3 to 1 that Taft will bo elected, with few takers. Th largest amounts known to have been wagered arc to and there- is more moju-y awaiting takers. Th Democratic politicians who usually set the pace are fighting shy of Mary- Offers of even money that the swto will po Republican are net at- 8 Enthusiastic supporters of 18 Bryan are the only on s backing him 12 and those in small amounts. A LOCAL BUDGET The sittings of the Supreme Court will comiKSnce tomorrow morning be- fore Mr. Justice Harvey in the court room, Oliver Block. The sittings will probably last a week or more. The suit, of tho Case Threshing Ma- chine Co. against Hutton, McAdoo Van Home will probably xip in the Supreme Court sitting this week. 'The cause of the suit V a threshing outfit that been stand- ing 5 ?or two or three years, tbe uaentLccd re- fueiac to take it, claiming it not accordiaf to ;