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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE SALE OF GOES MERRILY ON we are now receiving daily letters from outside points asking what lots are available Faith in Lethbridge means faith m Parkdale Price only Terms: cash, balance monthly or quarterly SKEITH AND TILLEY SIR WILFRID Public Accounts Ottawa ,Mr. Warburton. of Queens, moving morrow the French Brunswick and Company second time. and the correspondence regarding the i restoration to these provinces of such rhpv had at the Nov. straight talk S delivered in the house today accounts and Sir Wilfrid Lau- dmated that reforms were com- t was-pointed out to the pre- .Lhat a band of lawyers made a Tate practice of sitting on the it was impossible for public founts of the country to be consist-i entlv investigated if the work was permitted to go on unchecked, bir Wilfrid recognized there was a griev- Halifax, Nov. i i as uiey had at time of entering confederation. This MANY FISHERMEN is a question which crops up regularly everv year and Mr. Warburton on the occasion naturally resented the changes which had lessened the re- presentation of Prince Edward Island. He did not look with favor on the Quebec pivot, took some time plaining to a languid house that Que- bec in general and Montreal in par- pampered by the govern- in less favored portions of the Dominion such a cause Is not ne- slected. HAD POOR LUCK Illl "It- season's the fleet of French on When Calgary Was Nearly M (Calgary Last week marked the twenty-fifth .winter to Bullhead and his peo- ple; He is a man who never forgets 1 a'kindness, and on this occasion he told the young bucks of how I had 11 given away the wood when it was so iacred'much needed- He called ms which is the name the Indians I gave me. It means, 'little tall man.' JThe man who had been in charge of the store before, Davis, was a tall i man, and the Indians called him 'Spita.1 I was shorter than he, so i when I took charge I became known catch of fish by the fleet of French nniversary Of an exciting episode in trawlers operating on the banks dur- M-etArt. nf ralrarv when a the past season amounted to 133.- j the early nistorj oi caigary, wueu A OOU quintails. an average for each massacre of 'the handful of whites of nearlv {julB-; tails. On the whole the season has then here was narrowly averted. _ been a poor one. and, many of_ the There are at ieast three men living WQrd came from squaws in camp __ -fioTiOrV nil Si- i or small "Well, while those Indians were in ist dying to start a fight, the Scotch. Money cannot buy better WMsky than "Spey Royal." It is made exclusively from the finest malted barley by the means of the old Pot Still. It has been matured for over ten years in His Majesty's bonded warehouses. A A. GILBEY, -f ATM Lv wns the liveliest of.ply. Mr. Pugsley again being on the about. The talk was the liveliest of the session and as this matter of the public accounts committee has been dangerously near the boiling point for eome time, the heart to heart talk today should clear the air somewhat. Prince Edward Island affairs again up the attention of the house. firing line with his Province of Que- bec public buildings.- The house rose at midnight after passing the whole of the Montreal votes for public build- ings. The total supply voted was Mr. Fielding announced that to- now who participated in the dis- that the redcoats were coming. You vessels ness, esyewiui.v me -onf4- not be sent out next season. j turbance and remember it The Portuguese trawlers which master G. C. King, W. R. Wright, came out the latter part of August. of the Calgary Milling Co., and la- spCTt Math of R.N.W.M.P. The forty-two Another person who took an im- schooners which made up the French portant part in the controversy St. Pierre fishing fleet, had a good Chie{ Bullhead of the Sarcee Indians. season, the total catch amounting to quintails. should have seen the change that j came over those brave young bucks. Tllis was them, and they went In an instant it was so quiet in the away without further trouble. When store that you could have heard a pin j thej, returne4 it was to come to the 34? Are You Cunt if so to what better place can you go? Have you ever read of the beau- tiful Fraser Valley; the place where your birds from the prairie go to winter? Follow the birds and you will make no mistake. Let us take you there right now and see for yourself what is going on. This is the right time of year to buy land, when everything looks its worst. Facts are stubborn and we do not have to tell you any cock and bull story about B. C. She can speak for herself. Just as sure as you are reading this so will you fall in love with the Fraser Valley when you see it. it is the rich man's ideal and the poor .man's paradise. We shail be pleased to hand you a, pamphlet which just tells you what you can do. Put it in your pocket and when you get out to see for yourself then you will know if we have told you the truth or not. Mr. Charles Tyner. a practical fruit grower, is in our office all day and from seven to nine in the evenings to answer al! enquiries. Look out for our window this week. Ground Floor Offices next Balmoral Phonel22 andt blind, is still living on the Sarcee reserve eight miles from the city. It was the generosity of Mr. King towards Bullhead and his people and the characteristic ofxBull- head never to forget a kindness that drop. The mounted police had come at the request of a special messenger we had sent to Macleod. They were in charge of Ca.pt. Denny, and there IZELAYA MAKES OVER- country now known as the Sarcee reserve." TURES TO ESTRADA Washington. Nov. despatch says that a recognized 75 probably prevented bloodshed. i The trouble arose over an attempt 1 to remove the Sarcecs, then 600 Indian war, in which the whites would undoubtedly have been wiped j g> i At That time the government was j S issuing rations to the Indians j S there were no bufialo for food. Hon. Edgar Dewdney was then Indian com- j l missioner and lieutenant-governor of; the territories. When the Indians left j p S the land allotted them he refused to i yjt issue them more rations. There were; then just two stores of the j Sji Hudson's Bay Co., and that owned sent to Macleod, where two troops of i mounted police of 100 men each were o stationed. "The Indians were camped on the 7g east side of the Elbow said Mr. King last night. "One evening 'about six o'clock we heard some