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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.ETHIllUDGE DAILY HERALD PACK NINE KNOWN AS THE MOST MOD- ERN IN .THE PROVINCE. our ?1 Milk and Cream It's worth -a (est to tintl out where you can.get tlic highest quality.Ji.ilk niid; tli.q Jiest ASK THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT ABOUT US. 5- B 'LL'L" I i "i "i' i .1____ EIL J- i UNITED STATES SCHOOL SHIP MOINES ANCIENT .BLACKFEET LEGEND HAS HISTORICAL COUNTERPART (Ilj- Max It is.rathcr a strange coincidence .Uiat many ot Ihe traditions'and leg- end's oC the lliaefcfect Indians In Son- ihern AlbcTia.'lally wllh Incidents la the experience, pi ninny of, the old timers. One of those legends has to do with the gassing of the buffalo frotn and II lias its counter- part In "the experience of men living today in tho south country. A halfurccd BlacKfcet lutttan'of re- living now In National .Park In Montana. .toll's a 'legeml- In" which Chief Moun- taia -Many years ago there was R famine In the" land of the-P-lncWcet.- At that time Ihe Blacitfeet- owned everything from Hudson's' liay" to the Rocky Mountains, and In all that land there was "no'green spot except ID the val- ley is .called Two Medicine. The buffalo Jeft the country" because there was no grass> and the Indians ivbo sought refuge in the foiiud no'game there, ;bf anything to eat eaver berries. Thq old men of the tribo withdrew up. the is called Two ..Medl- under "Old and prayed to the-Great'Spirit'to be told they should "do.to lie saved from the famine. -The-Great- Spirit directed them (6 "send seven of .their patriarchs to Chief MourUain'vfhere the wind god was then residing.: Seven 'of. the old- est'rbUred to_the_nipunUiii and found the wind god, tut were afraid lo ap proacti him. 'Then the Great Spirit to'.tHuiri to send fourteen of thslr liravcst ant. strongest men to Intercede with.'the wind god. These young warrlora also were afraid when thny saw the god, but they drew'nearer and nearer and finally they dared to" touch thi skins that be was wearing. The} made their prayer to htm and ho HE and his .wings quivered onvilli everybody in the court, but wb'jld go no further. AAVltinlpcg tried to com- mit Suicide by; ImnEing, said he BO becansd he' was out of work and hat! been funahle..to obtain steady. employ- ment In the winter time since he came out the.-old country three years Asthma CatarrK nipttttf: courasr: spASBKrorc COUGHS coins Ths fltit trerftfulii. nuVej lit Ihrtttr. j J Coytf, a CrctrAeM h cfciMtn POET. LAUREATE SAYS LONDON- ERS ARE VULGARLY which an Women inhuiuaniy ilogged, t The Neal Treatment The man who tlrinha periodically or his sys- tem nnd tlie N'eal .Treatment is the only" way- to obtain freedom from Hit? habit; The NVaf 'Treat merit la a purely compound internally which leayi-g no after cfT'ecls. No hypbdcjrrdft, Injections being eniploy- cd. Tho Neat Treatment eliminates all traced of nlcoKoliSm Irom the tho patient to perfect physical l don'Dec. 'organization which 'nromiBts' compliicency oa .to the': rbiindatipn head of English aaMt.should.bef.sjiok- ent jtns taken forin: the 'dlrecHon of the Poet Robert tera of English a_s Hardy and Professor John--W. MacliaH, pT-J Henry' -Bradley and ;Slr fial-1 Kb. .'I.! While the objects 61-the assoclallon have not yet teen.fully they probably will inclu.de the pub.licAtlon literature, the delivery of lectures, attempts ullimatelj- to Influence the teachers over the "whole country aid in Um-restoration of .the purity of. tho language, both ivrllteu and spoken, arid to resist Incorporation of forelfjn words, and to encourage .In poilto speech of.crisp; from the dialects. The EnglfBh that Johnson spoke, rather -than.the- Eng- lish tliat Johnson wroteJs'the object aimed at by the association... jplinson would have said but he have written Scotch and Irish :Remember ''HV In a tract" prenared'for'Uie Kngllsh Association, Ur. Hridges declares that we may say "neycherM for nature and that tune Is vrell on ita come "chlurie." A professor Hsh has been heard to for Audience. An Oxford professor [gays "cwcshyun" for questtpuj and jsiartly Rddlcted to'the word.- .The J younger geiieration says "'naTrlng" for -Iho 'fdycaied south fa learning that there- Is -'an 'h" in wheel and Ireland and Scotland nevDr-forget it.-; Dr. linage A his tract say that a Scotchman slraftgcly and 111; the truth is that ho.btmself is .In the typical .atlftujo of vulgar Ignorance in these matters." He "is 'disposed to look do'wn upon fill that be customed ...to, .and. not .knowing the (mo distinctions, h'efesleeras Jik own custom posar-ot-tbe British-government, c jand otlicr and The rreonftgc'-or; i'rnore 'deatrfidllVe of human- life-than syaletn. as it'now_ operates'-in.' the Rehi" other de- nounced as au'd hiore ile- Blructive o[ human, the plil system of slave Iraiijuf. j'} V British subjects aaU BritiEli ire said to be-deeply it -Is addcJ through ignor- and partly through'" tic'ccitUon, "There are no ro.ids but the ,000 tortuous .Ylgable'miles'Of rivers In "the rainy season. Much of the, country traversed-by thefc ivaters is tiuite un- exnlcred; and what-lies between Rio AladYe dc Dioa.and the Jflo Putuinayo linpr.'s'biit itlie scattered handp of forest Indians. This river-syslein IE mainly within iDra'zll. liut It nenetrales also tiic.rtf- in penj-, BolIVia; Kcuador and CDloniWi. vlnarifl Jf Is to conoe.on the Boni by the "An- des, and .to emerge from.lhe cunlinent by ihe delta "of the prinoco, I realty believe the1 Brazilian gov- ernment, ;al least, is. anxious that Us Indian' subjects should he jsutly (.real- 'ed traders, it Eenl'Eoldlors the" old and 'Blaye-Uuili'iir.Jthe of which pur Bijcleiy Jiis iaba.red so" long- to EO- .cu.ro. lie pafllcularIy-.einp3ia5iEe3 the certain' Englishmen H'rive'-h'foon1 tlije for: i est .miirderat-of rubbi ers, and the suicides of the "despairing white agents. 'allegations sure, 'escape thc'at- 1} peonage, and'it is that sort of labor i whEci all rubber biporfed from the American tropics. .Rubb.tr frprn. Deadly Jungle, TliQ'AniaTi'on; like.tlie The Society whereabouts of the -criminal agent's Involved; should he-at a thoroush-in- have for_ months beeu well -Known to fycsliBatlon by an oJTicIal o the officials of-the Peruvian, Brazil- ian and Bolivian governments.''. "Appalling in their letter to the under-sec re-' tary of the Foreign 'Ofilce, Mf.'Trav- ers and tho Rev. J. H, who are respectively Eecretary'and'organ- izlng secretary'of Anti-Slavery tyV'governme'ht.'1 .TortJre by rties of several' men alleged cbncernejl" in' thjg' In- human, tranii." One is'a man classed by sir Itoger Casement with- the ''worst, criminals" of the, Putiimayo, Iie'ljeing thr> man who Introduced-the torture of which, in fact, often proves fatal. Two of the ide by n-.cn" erigageJ: in the-Aero eipcr. herrilory: travel, openly lie- Abprielnc.3.. Protpctlon ,'Epciety; "that the.allegations of. criielty' practiced upon Indians.are made by an Englishman, of- considerable expcr. lencb in the tropics, whose name is'ltween Manaos and thai areci, not unknown to-the offidEils.or the aircslecl by either the who to I Peruvian, nrazllian, or Bolivian an- himself at the'disposal, of. ihe governmont In England or SoulVAni eilca. Avenue fhQM W, 4525 Calgary, HIS SEVENTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY Kredericton, B., D.ec> Frederick K. fearker, clifef justlcd bf Now .congrjifula- Uona.today on "the pcciitfpri ?6iti birthday anniversary.'.-'Sir; Frederick was born la B.f In. 183S. He becatnG njtulge of .the .supremo court of the province In JS03 and been yhfef justice since ,.agents who. have been "ivork- near. wllh.thera than 35 umayo.' Ho also asserts that, partly, After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may.be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove i certain revivifier of lost energy cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, limited- PHONE 554 V to American. a tvro half-l) nr.d him. But It .allows the'fo'rni-of .'slavery, known as 'aulure hardly-at-all.- Labor >s very scarce .Indians Tviil.not work .unions -forced. The.liulk-61 the-rubber Is now ob- tained, from obscure headwaters of the.. the Marirc de Dio ric- CTE, f Ipivtng'. lli rbugli', regions which but verV IwhU'e -men ever fronVlhc similar" country of tlio Upper where lies the dis- trict is dense jungle, nrul the fevers are of.such a virulence tiitj official themselves k'ss much from'the more Idea of going3 there E.S '.-wcsiM A comfortable I iparricd natlvc-of a Ijondbn- sub- urb. The. life of a rubber fiettcr fa gloomy, and on earth. .He ij entirely .'subject in the.ivlH of liis ruriKter, and bound lo.bis.master by the; twilight nnd; about; t escape .-Is1 .utterly Ptons and' Tlie-'forost owner, fs usualty- an aU pute-A In .e'en .'.oMjIncd from1 thb ..imeu'-npd two ya thb.'riitumayo.' (o.rcceiv1' fur-. jitViw to the thcr______ tho.' "nalives.-all' of w h limra ed fa lei y" be- irniUeo profOfits th'al this-iftfot'rnation sliould'not bo tbeyond otic "Yncnilv trMch. wonltO Provide.' amrTe''.ttme tot the .....-oticicncd fo-arrest-the.! j; well-itnown-to the' of_ trie. J'cravtan, llrar.ll- ianj i t.: and has to -make'. (tho pjace jfayy. scarce itMisfa :lo "be of Ian nMive.s'df rfi, wlio IiarVueen pu.rsiifiitetl emfgrat'd. 'At' great ex TtcnBetfl a conccssfon'tilre they arc im fntp trfd.AJhiicr ed n clearing as remote fronS lireW-liliirl .thoiigh'.thcy 'verb oh a there they Blop tl] symbolical figure of Amazonas, a nak- whose body .was It Is At Last '.'Salfol Kidr.ev.nr.mcdy Is raado from hcrbsr ar..il Ij. .p.erfectly. .harmless. 1 you are a sufferer from Gall SloncA Kidney, {jtoiicV or' pr'avcr, Sanol wll euro.' 'If 'you..bav blarlder'tfdubiej o rhcumafisDi'thal Is cau'scd ny excca of ark diidcr.'the.'eyes, an -IJred. nervous. urin 'very cilra dark clouiy too .frerjiieni and..painful brick' 'du'sl 'sedlraVnt'In' urine'; after standing n ybo are In'dan- ger. Kill savo'you. At ftl I' Drugg'i'a per' hot tfo. Free .Ltlsratnfe.' Saiol Manufactur- Man. Margaret, a 15-ycaMliI Yorlrgirl with 'a riinia'ntlc! ilprl Meyer Simons, aged ll. because he took another girl iq picture.alion hey die. They arc' put for heir clothes, feed and. all they re- uire.' The prices cliargeil arc fanlns- c, ar.il they must 'pay .dff.'tho' tltlil the lubucr they get. .'.They' nerer D. In the more remofo dlBlrlcls -these flicnarics occasional young.Knglishuian erican wlio lias drilled tliither ard looking for.fortune, but finding' ly fever and the direst hardships.' aborers arc f the rivinl clfenicJ. An BngllsVlnn-pller in Hie Bwii told .niw'tman I beaten for upsetlltig a lamp.: Oilier travellers la.t-'ie same-ettmitry] have toW h-.e of 500 lashes as a com-' noii punishment. All.tlicsu men re-1 erred to slavery ijiillc caalially-, f poke j of the consequsnceo'of .It as a.dally.i occurrence there, and said the pad- rone.ot an estate give KblpplnBs or anylhinf lie llkcfl. Humans Bougfif "ad" Sold. I Endi of these men affljmed :hey liad seen men and wcmen bought- for gold, and they (old me'ttid story In] !ie country ilsclf. not 'rotn tho de H'is Jl.cou'ntry In which are noj I'lien observers, zs in SILLY SUNDAY: STIRS PITT3BURG.j to .tnti over c'ptnirig Buchanan's 'riiv aatnlng.' Pittsburg "Us Targasl city grlist liaa ever has made .his plana In proportion. A nionster fabernacle' hat. bstri erecud In the heart of the-city gnd a been.-., trained to lead the hundred ushers have been.trained.-. In their 'duties and one' hundredT dishpant of In1.. readlniti for the.. collection, While 10.CDO pifsohi have been rlltw.lrl. nightly prayer .in the opening of-.the equal .have bceriracfive' In'-oppoilng' U., The' opposhion, w'hlehjnslud'es f number 'of_ nYlfthters prominent. went Jo far as to tin Injunctioh lo restrain the building'of thfl taber- nacle. V i Scotch with' the bouquet -J fuiriy'j aging'in i .casks, RcdStal, ;