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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. .January 14.1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY THE MAN WHO SAT ON IK CASE History ofl 885 Recalled By Former Magistrate on the Plains B.'C.f.Jan. man whohas likeii an active pan in Can- adian the when waa remote, uncivilized namtj vdl! a landmark for jmtice and right, in" Canadian history "the man on the Kiel is Mr. J-l, Le JeunjB. who is paying Vancouver visit from Montreal. Sanve.'courtly, with the hearing anil manner thai- rtistiiijimshes senile hlrth anil good breeding everywhere, .Mr..l.e..leiine'is as complete an auti- theiis.of i.i'he'pop.iilar idea or an In- dian" fronteireruan as it. is potKible to yqnceive, lie 'relate.many a striking bit of GRAND TRUNK personal, adventure thai is now com- lbe> memory of every school- boy who studies Canadian history. don't [think much about it: it wag he laughed, when" sejen.a'L the; Hotel Vancouver. a lot of us. who Kept ahead 'of 'the railroads .and we ex lieoled tUat of thins naturally." O'es, J as jnagistralc Kiel ,it is true thut tlie tjuaihin-- Kiel rebellion set- lialf-breefl finally and} ever war. jmyhatf.-ureed lie added, quizzically! never took much stork in ,thst phase, of it myself. The In- dian 'is a pretty fellow if youj know how to-treat him; ditto the] afraid-of >m. eirug inherited from Mr. Le Jeune's] ancestors disposed of the sub- ject; _ j The'Early Uprisings "iliel concerned in the up- risiuji; of ;oi: and 'TO. Tiie expedition was sent out 'to us, and since there -were uol adeiiuRU? iraus- liorlalion facilities, the troous were compelled to make overland on what was'-a terrible inarch through snow and rbnsh and Jungle. They promptly, settled the uprising. 011 iheirj arrival and Kiel disappeared for :u time. He never should have been per-j jui tied' to -return to; the country. j "Riei next began to make history j in "S5. At Batouche, belter .known as Duck Lake, he organized and-partially I armed a body of several hundred breeds. Kiel was an organizer, shrewd v-'C.'would call him today: cool-headed, fel'j low, ami a good talker. He of; course, and played on thej animosity' of the breeds enmionally and -by argument. "For several moathsVn intermittent warfare carried "on against the wliiVes under' his mean- while -A second, rebellion, under an Kiel's, was organized at ,Bat-j Hefoni, two hundred miles below Ba loche. "On my" arrival at Swift Current! from Rejtina, I found that the Indians Had cut off .the trail between the laud; place and Battleford. and as a con-j sequence no-provisions could be senti through. 'All throughout tbe skirmishing was going .on. isolated! families were being murdered, little- hands of men shot, from ambush. were looking psniclcy. I Capture and Trial "I tohl the'boys to give me a good bunch of imck wngons nnd H small i escort certain portion of the jour." ney. ami I'd make .it through to Bat- tle-lord. Nol it wasn't anything to my credit: I never got excited over In-} mans or breeds. But before I got; there Rlel hud been captured at Hatoche.- How news travels air the tribes nobody knows to this day.j If.iT. the at Battleford heard; of the'capture Kiel and his hand -00 j away within five hours of it? or-i cnrronce. and surrendered likew "Kiel wap brought before me at ?ina for trial. He employed the best and the thinjc dragged along for nearly i month. I'll never the.two he made to the jury be- fore sentence and after. His first speech was very guarded, confined m atrinjr what would now be railed 'semi- vi-ws. regarding the rights- of the to the tends of their i country, and its resources. He spoke; of his religious and other-! An artistic work, that! fpeech. j "The jury was out less than an hour and rerurned with a of guilty.: Me addressed them ajcain. WitU bland', candor he frankly told them that he] bad intended to make trouble in thei country till tbe government caree to with him, that if he had been paid or so. he would have left them in lortg ago. "lie was simply a magnificent and heartier utterly bad! Jf I bad been at Balocbe wouldn't have any trial. The on- ly to settle those things was to stamp 'em out, nxilckl No. T didn't him hinted: he at the barrack? alone. By raaay half- he is Tfgnnied a martyr lol flay. r that's 'jo, and this is 1810 CANADA'S NATIONAL TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY Townsite 01 All Lois Close Iii The farthest cut lot ii nine blocks from the station and only Mven from corner of Second Avenue and Main Street, which is the centre of the business section of Scott, and where lots are not only valued at each, but where lots have actually 'sold for cash, 2nd you buy lots 50 x 140, which are only three blocks from the business centre of Scott, for 1100 and corners for This is z most unusual opportunity for a profitable investment. Send for our Scott Circular today. Lois Liitriitd In in Seett bltckt. Several ef thww and tvve these hive rMcrvtd for piJr'jmti', the number of very limited. _ All uld be within diyt. therefore, iifTjjortarit U thete would profit by thla unusual to act premptly. Send jlluitrated Circular today. "The Busy of the famous Tramping Lake and Cut Knife Districts, celebrated as the richest and most productive of all the great grain growing lands of Saskatche- Lots are hbw For for Illustrated Circular One of the Busiest and Wealthiest New the Main Line of IHE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC Between ffiihnfeeg and Ediriontoii On the and greateit of the Transcontinental Grand Trunk miles west of Winnipeg and 223 miles east of Edmonton, where less than .three yean-ago1 there was nothing, is Scott, the model Town cf the Grant! Trunk Pacific, on its main !ine Edmcnton. SCOTT is Town with a population of over 600, and fcr its population, it is.the buaiest town in Western Canada. The volume of business transacted at Scott would be a credit to a Town cf several tncuiand peopie, SCOTT has three large Elevators, 2 Banki, 2 line Hotels. 5 5.lmple'ment Houses. 3 Hard: ware Stores, 3 Lurr.ber Ysrds, 3 Coal and Fuel Companies, 3 Liveries; 3 Auto Liveries. 3 Builders and Con- tractors, 2 Butcher Shops, 3 Real Estate 2 Dray and Feed .Companies, 2 .Barber Shcps, and Poel Rooms, 2 LaunrfricE, 2 Blacksmith Shops, 2 Doctors, 2 Pa'.ntcrs. 2 Dairies? Heitjiu'rarit, Furniture Store, Genti' Fur r.ishing Drug Store. Stationery Bcwling Alley, Tailar Shop, Crushing MilU Newspaper. Lawyer. Stone Mason. Harness -frrfperia.! Oil Company's all busy as they can be. Scott's business houses and buiiness-men have more than they can attend to. SCOTT has fine town and Government Buildings. The Dominion- Government Farm is located just 'of the Grand Trunk Pacific track, and across the track frcm the Town.. On this government farm there were erected during the Season just passed a modern 9 room Farm .Superintendent's home, and a large barn. During the coming summer in addition-to these buildings there, will be a Granery. Workmen's liouae, implement Sheds and other buildings will 'ue erected. Of this farm-105 acres have been broken and 75 Invest in Scott Lots A TOWN THAT OUTGREW ITS BOUNDS IN LESS THAN. THREE YEARS When the Town of Scott.was first laid out i.he Grand Trunk Pacific platted a limited number of blocks. Antl iu less than ihrnc years the development ;ami growih of ( made it absolutely necessary to plat additional ground in order that the 'miRlu continue to grow, therefore'., the or grounds to the east, "north.and west of the town hsiyv: been-platted, aud is now offered in connection with a number of lots .iii the present town to the public at from' SnO.i.ifl per lot. These loi.s should, witliiu .rlic next yesr or nvo, bring-from tf, each, in uin OV.JUL of Scott continuing Jo Arrow, and veal estate values continuing to increase as thcv in tiie uast. and there is every reason" to believe the development and growth of Scoii and tho advance of Scott real estate will be even greater than in. the-past. Send for Illustrated Circular, Plat and Pricx. List. On Easy Payments of it balance of it, which is deep breaking, wili be iurface worked. Twenty-five have tatn Co interest i-hr.rgod on de- ferred payments and no taxes ro pay until the ycnr or if yon wish t.n pay in full with order, 5 per cent, discount is allowed. The amount of money in Scott, practi- cally depends uno'n the number of lots you pin-chase. 1C yon faileil 10 jet in on the .b'ig money .'th'at was made by who purchased lots at. Port Arthur. SaskatoDU. Calgary. Rcgina. or any one .of the new live young c'itici; of Canada when these cities -were 'towns, as Scott is .today, and when lots sellinjr-ai.'low prices, then do "not overlook ilie opportunity lots iti S.cott.nov. Here are oCferecl the same chances to make money were offered by those'other cities'a few.years Those who purchased lots in Port Arthur- ten years aso a re. now'possessors of property worth '1.000 (Tcr cent, more than at tl'was' puivhaspd. an increase in value of !0i' per ceui. each, year. .A more in valiies-hds taken iiiacc in Fort U'illiam. lots which were it from io 5100 each-1'ivc have" since sold for from Von may have chased in Port Arthur or Fort William lots were Veiling at such low riphfiri rhfhenrt'of the city, to make a. as but-you have an of buying lets right heart of a town'at ths initial price, a'nd'.vhich'price is _ H acenis to p'lircliase lots in-a' live, .and in Onsda and not make splendid and pro-its. _ in Scctt Now. floor prices, ami hold them, and' tlmr. yon sure to make money. more loin you Imy in Scott, the more meriey you -.will ' r. half lots and profit' by" advancing jjollnrp fer-very di-IIti--you invest is common in live, towns in Western Canada. Send for our Scott circular containing illustrations, informa tion and plan of town, with 'price list Some Scott Records of-wheiti.shipped from one se.von: This Jsrjtest'jinVount of vx-heat oiie senson from .any point Grsnd Trunic t'a'ci'ic between AVinnlpeic and onlvione item. The same reason 30.f'00 bushels of .qafiVnd bushels of flux-were shipped from lvere received at Scmt from JMaroh Is'Jto ..July 'lIHO. cars farm and thhigs far t lie-people 'of Stott and vicinity. 73, fsmilies arrived lirqne weak, inoittly -A-'eH-to-'do .iV-nwersV Irvho, have al! ac'mired farms in the district of the wealth tiiese families is eatimsted ,at. to" Xo.; lesR'-'.rh'iinv 20.000 acres "were or be placed under cultivation by thwe .well-to-do sxperienceil who. after their former from-150.00 to. per acre, secured for.less thmi half the price .the j matchless and better lat-.d of the Srott any "wonder that Scott in "The Busy Town" and- the' wesltliy-toKn that it ie? "'BUY LOTS IN SCOTT NOW AND PROFIT BY THE ADVANCE IN SCOTT REAL' 'ESTATE VALL1ES THAT IS ALMOST.CER- TAIN VERY -NEAR FUTURE. for and cirealtr.with plar of Scott. Townsite and alao formation .regarding of Scott lof.5. Are You Interested in Making Money? Are You Open to a Real Estate Investment? Then send for our Scoti circular for particulars regarding ihe sale of Grand Tnnik .Pacific opportunity of chance to make investment which scsses the elenicnts nf safety and nrm'it. Fill in Coupon and Mail Today iiav? .in .tiitl of Scnti. ninp of the prinrij-al hotisss nnd other buiWinss iri.Scon. dnaiicri ir.rornunun jetf-fcJHS So'uu .ir.-l also v.-jtli plat of ami lirt. .-Send for one ot these V.'o it. free, on to tho3c -.vho are Fill in coupon ntui maili_.ii5 Address all telegrams and requests for information to INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES CO., LTEf., SELLING AGENTS FOR GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY CO, Scott Somerset Blk. Winnipeg, Man. IN COUPON AND MAIL TO INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES LTD.. CCOTT DCfiARTMENt, SOMERSET BU1LDNG, .'WINNIPEG. MAN. Inlernationnl Co., Ltd.. SCOTT DEPARTMENT. V SOMERSET BUILDING.- WINNIPEG. MAN. of J of Ttranrf tne Hlmii rated nE ri-'-r cripiiT? circnlsu of Pcott the sale Scotr. NAJ1K AI'DKKSS Exclusive Representatives in Lethbridge for the sale of these lots DOWSLEY-MCMILLAN LAND cp. SHERLOCK BLOCK hern.. BI-PLANE SKIRT CAUSES Hkf contraption. Th- inser at thf hem the is an oblonjt tlon or mr.Ttr'a! whioh servw te in-( crease rrsl cirrumferfncr r-y jlstst. Only -shfri r is in mrtion it to that thf garment is a tnrnf.-l and Un mor someone my aecond vfiit to tie cowrhng, all ayrfcultural innustricp, tntlx Vancouver's arowth their infancy. There !s a i fraarlrahle. A bnty buay Ths province of Britisb Columbia, nil: ONE LITTLE RIPPLE Canada., In fact, is developing marvel-' York, arrived loualy. The railroads principally nJplane skin. Ai doing it. People are cominp Jn af was seen on Broadway and i tne rafe of a hundre-'J or so niorr w'll soon ftp her? srcorrtlr.? a 3u: we have room for many tnc modlctee. ojore- Hometecfeer? ar.d ihe of !-MWUIU ur cucoarajea to ccnie in and, different fashions is a pantaloon The holf! of jurides. Tfte on put all these frect Ptr-tches under cul- fair. Ti-.e upper part of the skirt is j who sppenretl In the new contrapUoa {which always fcusy oh Saturday nf- Frult-frvrming. wheat-prow-'cut JUFT as narrow ;he r.iost faith- jyejterriJiy travelled the entire distance jternoonf. nevertheless to ir seconrt trip successful nature of hrr jRarmenr. by the thnr although it ed in appesrancr- i :o mov- alortg jrarment, hut remarics TT freely that It would he an rELEfiTAPHIC ?f the nills in Csn- tJvatlon. TELEGRAPHIC G. f'ast Grand Rialtrd Hpler of n' desrj. r-fe wjn: r.pjir P> Order-Jn-Cour.n'I 'he duty of aM or crfnni, hc.en ftBsijtned The of hrsnch of riic Inhnd Ke- SRIEFS rhr Or- thr or-; rter'a orijtinal "HellP. nill." devotet of the hobble could de-jfrom te Mnt {fme to this gsrmenj Randolph of liurr -Ire, bur from anhic to hem! Acre without havinic anyenein passing (tlanr.f, Ne fault cwuld-he'in fsn srore exnlosiftr, from: ill out into n sort of any te her rovtiime. She round xrttn the lanavatuMi u a rainy. frorn the ShihhtGun wMj, ;