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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, INI. EARLY DAYS OF THE RN.W. M.P. Col. Steele, C.B., M.V.O., was ten-j was "Whoop up." or Fort Hamilton dered a luncheon by the Canadian at the fork of the St. Mary's and Club of Winnipeg, before which he j Belly rivers. Through a hole in tho gave an extremely interesting address wall a buffalo robe would be bought on the early days of the Royal North j for a drink of whiskey. It 'was not west Mounted Police force and the J uncommon, said Colonel Steele, for part it had taken in life- the traders to take pot shots at the Colonel Steele, who was received drunken reeling Indians from inside with loud and prolonged the fort. 'DROVE OUT LEGITIMATE TRAD- ERS on legitimate traders had come along who sold boxed aminuni- j t on to the Indians. To this the American whiskey traders had ob- i j jected and they had organized a j f itary force known as the "Spitseef i Cavalry" from the Spitsee river in I Alberta, now known as the High Ri- ver. This force had driven out the traders. Subsequently thanked the Winnipeg Canadian Club very cordially kind reception.! He came before them with much tre- pidation and trusted that they woul.1 bear with his imperfections. There were many others who knew as much about the subject as he did and to whom the honor was due. There was Colonel Irvine sitting on his right, Mr. Mitchell, C. N. Bell and many others. TERRIBLE CALCULI It was erroneous to suppose, as. legitimate many did suppose, that the wild and j frjentj-ui woolly west had always been in Un-, HUmonton were whut were Call. cle Sam's dominions and that in Bri- j tish territory nothing wrong could ever take place. It had requircfd the Wolseley expeditionary force to make travel safe along the north trail towards the forts on the Sas- katchewan and thence down along the hills of the Rocky Mountains. IX THE EABLY DAYS But west of Moose Jaw it was still unsafe for anyone to travel without an armed escort. If they ventured they stood a good chance of losing i ed the Drunken Lakes, on the shores j of which dreadful things had occurr- j ed. Massacre and bloodshed had I reigned supreme. Among others Pia- j pot's frightful massacre of old men and women ami children near the sit> i of Lethbridge was described by thu j speaker. had finally suc- cumbed in a fight with Jerry Potts, a Scotch horrible slaugh- ter taking place. Potts himself scalp- ing 19 Indians. Later on Potts had become a capable and highly respect- their scalps. The Hudson's Bay ed interpreter. company had had to give up Chester field House after losing a lot of mo- ney there. Old Bow fort on the Bow Ic.ver above Calgary had also been given up. The Blackfeet and Crees were continuously at war in the neighborhood of Edmonton. The first time he to Edmonton he slept in a room in which there were still the blood stains of a Blackfeet chief who had been murdered a cou- ple Of years previously. A large What ha-d really made the British j government hurry up and take over the country was the terrible masss.cre in the Cypress Hills where a whole tribe of Indians was slaughtered by whiskey traders from the south. Col- onel" Steele then described the crea- tion of the Mounted Police force in the east and their journey to the west. He himself had come with the first division via the Dawson road and the north-west angle, the other' What Stone In the Bladder and Inflam- mation of the Bladder The kidney always. The kidneys should filter urine and urea (or waste matter) from the blood. When they do not, urea stays in the blood and is changed into uric acid. This uric acid inflames the bladder, and worse still, forms Stones or Calculi. The only possible way to cure these serious bladder troubles is to cure the kidneys. Gin Pills Cure They act directly on the kidneys them heal and enable them to filter the blood properly. This prevents uric acid being formed at all. With no ex- cess of uric acid, the bladder is no longer irritated and stones cannot be formed. Money Back Every bor of Gin Fills is sold with a guarantee of money back if not just as represented. Get six boxes at your dealer's for take them if you feel that they have not helped you, return the empty boxes and get your money. Gin Pills are sold everywhere at 50c. per box or 6 boxes for Man Tortured By Stone in the Bladder TREATED BY DOCTORS FOR A YEAR AND GREW STEADILY WORSE THEN CAME GIN A CURE Cut Out The Coupon and Mail Today For Trial Box. Everyone who lives in the neighborhood of Hamilton, Ont. knows about the strange case of Mr. Herman. For a year, he puzzled Hamilton physicians. They said he had "Inflammation of theBladder.5' But all their treatment did him no good. Two and a half boxes of GIN PILLS (at a cost of 50 cents per box) did what the doctors couldn't. Messrs. The National Drug and hopeless but my wife noticed in the paper one Pills had done for others, and sent for a box Chemical Co., Toronto. I cannot express myself strongly enough when I speak of what Gin Pills lave done for me. When I remember how I suffered not so long ago from Kid- ney and Bladder trouble, and how now am healthy and well and strong and able to do a full day's work, I feel I should speak tell other sufferers of my experience .and of the wonderful merits of Gin Pills. Something over four years ago I was taken down withwhatihedoctors c-iiltxi inflammation of the bladder, intense pains in the back and loins, great pain and difficulty in urinating, and agony at times confined me to bei for three or four days at a time. Poultices were laid across my back and front, and by laying For.over a year I continued to get worse, and the doctors could do nothing _to relieve or cure me. My case seemed i___ 1..-J. f...... daywliatGin j, w wa. to tTjr find sec if they would help me. From the very first I noticed and felt that Gin Pills were doinjf me good. The pain was relieved at once and the at- tccks began to come at longer intervals, and hope that per- haps I might be cured returned to me once more. __ I continued talcing the pills for about six weeks, and then to my surprise and delight, the stone I sent you some time ago, come away from me and my pain stopped. I continued to take the pills for a short time longer, and rapidly re- gained health and strength. It is now three years since Gin Pills cured me, I have had no return of the trouble and I have not lost a day's work on'account of it since. You cannot understand how gratsful we are for Gin Pills. There is not the slightest doubt that they saved my life, and we recommend them to anyone who complains of pains in theback or bladder. Yours gratefully, JOHN HERHAST. 513 James St. North, Hamilton. HZBMAS in a certain position I could get relief and then gst up go to work, although freqnenily I would have to leave my work before nine o'clock and return home to bed. The" pain was greatest in the region of the bladder, and during the attacks, which occurred more and more frequently, amounted to unbearable airony, and I became so weak that I could not walk across the floor. We have known of this case for three years. We hesitated to tell all the facts to the public, until we were convinced, beyond the shadow of a' doubt, that Mr. Herman was is CURED they were FACTS. and is today a well, strong, active man. If you suffer with Bladder or Kidneys, or have a friend who does, cut out the coupon, and try GIN PILLS. See for yourself that we have not overstated their virtues, but that do all and more tlian we claim for them. Hire is the coupon. Use it it mm Cxaet which GIN PILLS Away Mr. Herman You have often gotten a speck of dust in the eye- It felt as big as an egg, and seemed to tear the eyeball like a barb wire fence. But when you got the speck out, it was so small that you could hardly see it. Imagine how a stone, the size of the one above, would irritate and inflame the delicate lining of the bladder. Then you can imagine what Mr. Herman suffered, until he took GIN PILLS. GIN PILLS cost 50 cents a box, or six boxes for at all drug stores. Money refunded if GIN PILLS do not cure. TRY GIN PILLS We want you to try GIN PILLS and for a two cent stamp will send you a small box for a. trial. Cut out the coupon below and mail it to Depfc. A. National Drug and Chemical Co., Toronto. We do this so that you can see for yourself what a grand medicine they are. But don't delay. Do it the matter is fresh, irryour mind and you have the coupon at hand. DEPT. A. L H. National Drug aid Chemical Co. of Caiada, Limited, Toronto. I enclose i cents in stamps for vrhich seed me a. smajl box oi Gin Pills for trial. I Street, P. O... part of the lawlessness and disorder division under Lt.-Cql. George A. i cf 1S74- beginning its existence as in the west in the early seventies had been caused by American traders who sold whisKej1- to the Indians. Those traders had had strongly fortified posts made of two walls of heavily jointed timber, heavy gates and two bastions, commanding two sides, a piece of artillery and loop -holes for cimskets- The chief of these forts French, arriving: in 3S74- via the a military force in the following Ja- States. The two divisions had met nuarv. at Dufferin, near Pembina. The ion-! MAKES RECORD 3IABCH and toilsome journey through the: T r west to Fort Edmonton was describ-! The unun bOdy' ed graphically by the speaker. One! French, now 3fajor General Sir Geo. division under Lt.-CoI. Jarvis. left French, marched through southern the main body at Roche Percee and Alberta in search of the whiskey tro. reached Fort Edmonton in the fall ders' posts but failed to find any. BOW ISL.HND Choice Business and Residential Lots This townsite is situated sixty-four miles east of the City of Lethbridge, on the Crow's Nest Pass Division of the C.P.R., and has the celebrated Old Glory gas well adjoin- ing the townsite. There is a good supply of coal and water. No investment on earth like earth itself. Buy now, as prices are advancing daily. Prices of Lots range froto to according to location. Special Prices for Blocks. Terms -are One-Third Cash, and the balance payable in Six and Twelve Months with interest at six per annum. For full particulars call or write to Ludtke Waddell Bow Island, Alta. Colonel French was forced to return to winter quarters with his force, but in the meantime he had secured the services of Jerry Potts as guide, whom he detailed to Lt.-Col. 3Iacleo3 had practically been no fighting be- tween Indians in Canada since the organization of the Mounted Police. Legitimate traders were able to go CARDSTON NOTES Wednesday evening the members oi the Ward Choir surprised their lead- er, S. S. Newton. They met at Mr. ________ about ail ovor the country and their ''Newton's home at S o'clock .and until to assist an expedition to the notor- supplies could be left unprotected on u the Jolly company were entertain- ious "Vi'hoop" up" whiskey post. Tho the road without fear of molestation. expedition had been entirely success-j by the Indians. (Cheers.) ful: The whiskey trade had been j HARDSHIPS suppressed, the buffalo robes conns-1 hirdsfaips at times by cated and the traders heavily fined, j members of the force to the early m The Indians had come in large almost beyond bclicf. He wlU had known men to ed as only musical .persons can en- tertain. The Sabbath School is giving a bers with their chiefs and expressed their thankfulness that the force had arrived and their belief that the great white, mother would protect her children. Colonel French's march out to the west. and back to Dufferin embraced miles and was the longest, march on record of a. force carrying its own supplies. (Cheers.) Hall. and his lie for thirty-six hours in tho snow with blankets over. partieg a guccess_ them as their only j f_ EUison and Matsuda have a servation. thev would The Mounted Police had acted in many capacities, among other as jus tices of the peace, as constables, but at the same time every member of the force was a soldier. Unless the officers had been trained in that way they would have been entirely in leading men or in doing the kind If they had stood up have frozen to death, got into the habit of be- j ing night hawks, not caring to be i disturbed alter once going uto bed in Many a .time it sUrroUJKUngs. match again tonight. The Jap thinks he can throw Ellison now. Two so the keen club has been organized Beach, Burton and Hanna the executive committee, j comprise Suitable grounds have been secured northwest summer a good, time is assured to all members. of the treaties of Carlton, Fort Pitt leaflbemter, Phillips and and Eattleford. The speaker men-< an of jfew York State, are They'think we L had 'been necessary to set off late at with the f0uo-wjng officers, Presi- night across some ravine to gather j R vice Dr. round an Indian camp and take their gtacp00ie- secretary-treasurer, W. S. chances what they got out of it. Colonel Steele touched on the treat- ies of 1S74, '76 and '77 with the In- dians, extinguishing their title to the greater part of the of police work the country wanted at j territory. Special mention was made that time. The change that had come over the country had been some thing miraculous. Orgies were'given Cloned that Mr. Mitchell and he hadihere to make homes. up and war was at an end. The, attended some of the conferences, j have a good country. whiskey traders -had fled to the Unit-; nftchell had ridden a broncho j __ j ox j. i i j.v. i The work on tne new A. -ti- ed States more quickly than a snow- j that went faster than the speaker's: i th AT bail melted in a certain j Canadian horse. Often they the had seen the whole plain as far as. moaths work will j the eye could reach covered with buf-; ed gQd substfmtial bridge instaU j falo. It was the custom to shoot buffalo after 5 o'clock to get their I meat supply. He had been assured by contractors of the C.P.E. that the Mounted police had saved them millions of dollars through their keep ing of law and order. ONT THE RUSH When the rush into the Klondike had occurred. Colonel Steele said he had gone there as a member of the; C'jg j force. On the whole the miners had j been a splendid lot of men, but Daw-, IU.4 son had contained some 300 despera-j Joes, all of whom had killed their men in the States. Law and order THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR. ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" "Westmount" 2 lor 25e. "Iron Frame" Brand "Almonte" 3 lor SOe. 8OLO BY LEADING FURNISHERS. MADE BY TOOKC BROS UNITED. MONTREAL. MANUFACTURERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF- FURNISHINGS- 16 For the right kind of Meals served right Short Orders at all hours. RAYMOND Raymond, April Peterson, the bride's father, perform ed the ceremony. j Many guests from Raymond were present. Manj- beautiful presents were given to the newly married couple. j Mr. Ewen Jellett has accepted I position in the Bank of j treal here- j Mr. W. A. Redd and Bishop Ander i son have returned from Salt Lake i City, Utah, where they have been at- tending the seventy-ninth annual ference of the Latter Day Saints' Church. I The carload of coal which W roller skating carnival held last evening was well attended and was a great success. Miss Hazel Clark of Stir- j Green got Tuesday was all gone ling and Mr. Allen .Clauson were the j yesterday afternoon. People prize winners. to burn wood until more coal cam Last evening at the home of Mr I be got. and Mrs. Peterson, Welling, Mis? I A number of youag people gave t. Peterson was united in wotl- surprise party on Ernest S'ilsson oa Mr. Jean Nelson. Bishop Tuesday evening. The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought, to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is ran on strictly union piinciples. Rooms in Connection John Cant in PROPRIETOR o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 oj 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 were so far established that out of a thousand arrests that year only two men were found to have revolv-. ers on them. They were allowed to carry revolvers on the trail, but oth-! erwise they got the Blake Act instill ed into them. The Chilcoot pass, had been watched with Maxim guns in order that no Texan trick might j be played and territory lost by men simply going into the country. In' Skagway at one time a man had j been killed every day and pitched j battles had been fought on the j streets. Many of the men were, thieves without even a thief's honor, j. One man had been robbed of f800 in a skin game. Another man had gone j to him and had him held up with j the words: "Cough up your pile or; I'll blow your spectacles off." A sum o! in customs Bad been col- j lected on the summit of the Chilcoot j pass. Many disputes between min- j ers had been settled by the mounted pplice. In conclusion Col. Steele expressed regret that more attention was not paid to the study of their own Can- adiun history- He thoug-ht the his- i toiy of Greece and Rome might be j feft till later on :n life and more j time devoted to their own history, while they were young. Before tho Agricultural Committee of tho House of Commons Fruit In- spector jMckcil saiirt that during the J year there had been a general im-j provonrcnt in quality and packing oil "Canada fruit. i "Spring Fever" The need of a spring medicine seems to' be universal. This is due to the fact that during the winter the blood be- comes impure on account of the hearty food eaten. This causes that tired, weary, all-gone, don't-carc-to-work feel- ing which is so prevalent at this time of year. BURDOCK BLOOD THAT TIRED FEELING Mr. F. H. Leard, Saska- toon, Sask., writes: "I have used Burdock Blood Bitters as a blood builder and think excellent remedy. Ev- eryone should take it in the spring to cure that tired feeling thai comes to ;o many at this time of USES IT EVERY SPRING Mr. H. Langley, Hamilton, Ont., writes: "I have used Burdock Blood Bitters as a spring tonic, and I find it the best thing I can take. It builds me right up and I use it every spring. It is ex- cellent for the blood." Spring Medicine ;