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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOREIGN N RAGGED LEAVING THE QUEEN' AT m S3 The at football Cup play-off tween Chelsea, and Leicester at Stara- Bridge. spectators cheeied >f 'fesifvlisn! ft spectators eheeied it teams. (2) ijlr- Mi's. .Asquith ragged by stn- leave their residence g his seat in Hoiisb of Comhibris. (3) TheQueenof England paid a'visit to the al Infants' Orphanage at Snaresbrook, escorted by Boy Scouts. (4) The last of iTie Women's Araiy Auxiliary Corps to leave France. and armoured cars with soldiers and police raid a Dublin Window blind fac- tory. The prisoners taken away in motor trucks. (6) Indian Hunters' Camp near Hudson's Bay. CJ) A Hudson's Bay-factor in winter cos- tume. (8) -Eskimos at the trading store at Great River to barter'their furs. (9) Wcasapessew, au old Indian hunter ot Hudson's Bay, arrives with, his winter fur .catch. C The possibilities of tho Fur Trp.da of Caiiida may be said to have had ,l first 'publicity irom the visit to London of Pierre nadlsson aud his coairads !bc- Sieur Groselllers. These two intrepid Trench explorers ar- In ,the great nietrpnolls after 'a. ioiib" '.period of''adventurous ex- ploration Into the primeval North West, and It is to their enthusiastic reports thp.t the "IIoBorable Com- pany of Merchants-Adventurers Tradlns into Hudson's Hay" ovrcs Its Inception. This company was in- corporated in and obtained its charier the patronage ot Prince Rupert, "who ivss Ic-okius for some rer-'arj. from Charles at that time in return for his military ser- in A roqucEt for moupy would have tadlr ern- barrasaed the but f.vith hfs customary jtriiirosity In all not affe'cttr.j; his private purse, lie cheerfully Klcnctl '.ralins riBli's of a continent Fortunately for Canada this mono- poly foil Into .qontl and the outcome of this .ind-a similar char- India ('ompany have iiail puch enormously favorable results on the Umpire's trarld that little further tribute ifi required In of well protected privat That the Hudson Hay Company has successfully many opposition may largely attributed to the fairness o their methods Kith the Indian trsp per. Unscrupulous principal ly from the border staffs of Ainer wore- in the old hftd days, ver; Blad to barter chwp whiskey for