Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
JAMJAAV M. lOt DAILY HBRA'LD Prize Winning Stories In The Herald Contest Bated on Actual IsKicUmta of tbe Early of Southern REMINISCENCES OF EARLY DAYS Hy Gordon Millar, Tator, Win of Consobttas Prize, Junior Tfce 8arcees at one time wore a of dirty, reckless, and fearless tldtaas, and splendid horse-thieves. They then flourished and multiplied. Bud's Head, chief of the Surceen, fMlH In a batle at Viroillllon'Creek, wliere they suffered a'defeat. The were getting best of the when a band of Crew crept tjt from behind and turned the tide The prisoners were scalped and the women kept prisoners. Bull's died In 1811. In 1S69 the smali- tamed the tribes. Many hundreds Iidians died. The land was law- and the Indians were the lords She She Was Going U Die MRS. MARKLAND PRAISES DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS Stw suffered terribly., and lost sixty but. Oodd'i Kidney her on the rand to health. Pteton, Ont., Jan. HoihittMtic in her pruises ot Dodd's Kidney Pffli is Mrs. Pihlay Markland, 'a weU-kiown and highly respected here. And Mrs. Markland Is willing to tell why she pins faith to the great Canadian Kid- nay remedy. Two years ago I had a bad attack of flu anil "astd the poison in my ihe states, system al went to my .Kidneys and gave me l diabetes. I had- it for nearly a year before I knew it. but last fall I broke foul all over with boils. "I suffered something terrible. dowi In Aeah till I lost iO Ibs. I ffce doctor put me on starvation diet 'I could not even put my ihoea on My husband and all my friends thought I waa going to die. "AMdlng ot what Doddli Kidney milt had done for another woman with ICUney trouble lad my hmbood .to get for1 me. After I had takwi two I I bentn to feel better. I have tt boxes and feel splendid. I do my work and eat almost any i thtaf. I have (rioeeV 20 Ibs. I tell I my friends what grand pllla Dodd's Kidney Fills are." your neighbors if Dodd's Kid- nav Ptilfl are not the 'best remedy for 'dick INDIGESTION CAN'T SIM Stomach Pain, and Acidity, ended with "Pape's Diapepsin" SlUp 9BJH OS }803 aoajo JSPJO uj auaviuois ppe "las soj ssatnutii 'jneasanl paanBa xlij jo OAJ 3B lioos n }snf ajaH 'aqaupgaq .jn umqvwMi 'ipvmois uj jo 'urea uonsaSipuj pfljssKipun put sppB 'SES nm in srasui )v aqy uapjo-jo-7no Shave With Cuticura Soap Without THE REAL CREAM FLAVOR Pacific Milk has the flavor and consistency of real cream. It conies from the best dairying district. In thai Wnt. Owing 4q our new meUod of canning it never tutM of the tin. PACIFIC MILK CO, LTD. factories Lntacr and P. lianas CMtHMny, Slav tratutdfi fcf A Seisk. One hundred tbottsaad Indians ranged from Arctic Circle to the international boundary. The Black feet had brought the smallpox from Missouri and all the tribes shattered and then tho white seeing their chance, took control over it. The last battle of Creea, Hlooda, Blackfeet and occurred in the fair of 1870, to the valley of tbe Belly River, near 'Port Whoop Up. With Seven handred warriors, the Crees and tlieir allies crept down into tke Blackfeet country. Prepared, a> usual, to attack ty surprise, but the warned by Uwlr scoate, of Crees wtth very food Miles, while others were not u food. But they had to 1m petuous Blackfeet. The Crees and Bloods dropped in scons. The Crees and tbeir aHlm lost nearly fow dred men, while the Blackfeet only lost a scant hundred. From California came a, complaint of a fort in Canada called Whoop Up. There was always a garrison of fifty to flie deiparadon ud out- laws who were despoiling mod batch- Bring the Indiana. In addition to this, a abort Mow Mure the Mounted Po- lice to a (rim tragedy took place south of Calgary. There were three families, fairly well arm- ed, but had little fear of any trouble. While sitting at dinner due day utter- ly unsuspicious of any danger, a score of Blackfeet braves came down on them and killed them all in cold blood. In 1874 the Mounted Police formed and an attempt was made to find the perpetrators of this deed, but they were unsuccessful. In 1872 the Dominion Government flol. R. ROBS Robertson to In- vestigate western conditions. The Blackfeet tribe then contained about two thousand five hundred men. prairie Indians wene bold and sUU- fnl horsemen, but not very aklllful with firearms. Indians hutted buffalo, raided campe, and traded their firearms and furs for flre-waUr or whiskey. The Blackfeat, always ready for war, grew restless the were beaten so badly in the last battle. They picked a quarrel with the Kootenays, but the BlackfMt found that tbe Kootenays were no easy prey, and then they had to fire the prairies to keep the Kootenays hack. And by fall all the south coun- try was a blackened expanse. The Mounted than aid can- tared Whoop Up without any flfkt- int. One day Jerry PoUa, a guide aad interpreter for the police, waa aaked by an inspector, when they got over the hill what would they see. He cooly In 1S77 a treaty waa made between the Police and the Indiana, which the Indians and the Police signed.. Bull's Head was the last Indian to sign and aa.he was affixing his sig- nature be said: "I am the last to sign and will be the last to break." Cattle were then beginning to he in- troduced in the West. Oreat prairie fires had driven the buffalo to their slaughter in Miseourl. The Alberta tribes were starving and govern- ment wai unable to supply the cry- ing needs of tbelr new wards. Many of the Bloods, Blackfeet and Piegan braves had followed the buffalo across line. In 1879 the Indiana were practically starving. Tha buff- alo gone, except a never to re- turn again, and Indians ate gophers, mice and to keep them alive. Hundreds ol cattle were slaughtered and It was impossible far the Police to catch the thieves. The annual report read: "The Indians starving and the Police provisions are running, abort. Also hundreds of cattle are .being stolen." la 1881 tbe Indians were beginning to f the result of peace and to long for excitement. Tbe was that they the Police a lot ot horae stealing and and Mid ta.llll. but will be a sklaant. la mi, AhMlfhtr VakM, an IMfcau who k4d nofdated 4 FoikM Umed Canada Police bin amd tbat be rtflt pit protected by poolan. Tbe storiwd Uu rifle pit ud remit waa that tin ursou killed. Alter that they smght more Police and guns and they ed position. After shelling was over they found hi aiaad another In dlan lying In tbe :ptt Crows Neat MM was leading 1Mb ot Kootenay Indlais' eotttry. Tbe dlans did like tMs there bloodshed caused by It, in which Indian weit to happy lag In 1DW there were a few In- dians lapritoaed for hone Then also a great many fires li) and vast tracts of hu Th tb were blackened-and dvttroyed. Indians, with the exception of Sarcees, were all able to snfror themselves, The Bloods then about tbousaid Itumtrei cattle aoa the Plagann two thousand In 1M4 seven. Indians had to gd Into bunaess of horse staa Ing them to Kootenay from which they made big money They were alt caught aad received- good term la atfaog. The winter t was not verr and th Indians and cattle were all right Tk losses ot stock In the winters of 199 and 1991 were dreadful and many hundreds of died. Indian were very peaceful in 1907-10 untl the Piegans were aroused by th white people to opea their remrv for settlement, but Indians couli not be forced to give up their land lu 191: the Stampede waa held in Calgary, where thousands of range men flocked to It. The Indians all at tended it. In 1914 tho world war brbki out and some Indians went for the cause. The Indians now live on tfcel reserves and are very peaceful Weasel fat died on the Blood Re aerve a months ago. He took par in tbe last Indian battle. There are a tew buffaloes in Banff, all tbat are left of the great tribe which once ruled the prairie. JURORS MAY POWDER NOSES DES MOINES, concessions to women jurors were, granted In the Palk District court today. may wear their jury hex and will be time to powder their faces during Judo. J. D. WallldO- fetd With those tlona will by.tbe CHAMBERLAINS RELIEVES PAIN Chamberlain's Liniment should kept constantly in your home Aching shoulders, neckir or backs yield quickly to massage treat aunt with this penetrating, heal ing remedy. Persons subject to such attacks should keep a always .within reach. LINIMENT Maclecd OTtrrun by horse thieves, aad Indians. White men and all did their part. youiig Bloods were caught stealing a large band of horses and took them as far as Macleod, where they were caught .They: put up a fight but were soon overpowered and the stock to the owner. Later the two thieves escaped. Another .time the Blackfeet almost h'roiie' Into, a war over a'..beef-head, which resulted In arrest of an Indian named Bull Elk. A' white man was killing atbeef and, turning around, saw Bull Elk walking off with the bead. He brought it back in a sulky mood and when the white man turn- ed his back, Bull Bk fired a shot at narrowly missing him. The Blackfeet crowded around Bull HI1 when the Police came to take him away, with scowling and wea- pons in their hinds. Tbe Police knew that a fifht would follow if they tried to take him, so they let him remain with his friends. In three days he appeared at Macleod voluntarily, actlag on advice of was tried given a mild sentence and the episode passed off.1 The buffalo, great food of Csn ada, was now, gone Range cattle formed a fair substitute and the young men of the tribes carried off I suoceMful killlaf. times were no longer Mke tke starting times of "79" and the Indiana realized It, Across the slaughter ot feoMd-ap buffaloes continued. huadrM Piles Cored Perma- nently Without Drugs Internal Bathing Relieves Cause, Mr. A. N. Steele, Cupar, Bask., writes: "I had been troubled with my Stomach, Piles aud Constipation for years until I had become very thin and looked 20 years older. A leading Doctor in Regina told me. that the main canal was badly ulcered. I gradually became worse, until one day, when purchasing a threshing out- fit from Mr. Russell of Regina, Mr. Russell noticed my condition and said: 'I can cure you. Get a J.B.L. Cascade.' Well, I did so, and the first night I used it I slept all night for the first time in weeks, and In a abort time felt quite myself again. It also cured my piles, which had troubled me for yean." If you an troubled with constipa- tion, don't drug'yourself. Internal bathing with tbe J.B.L. Cascade is the only permanent way. Thin wonderful appliance-Is the invention of Dr. A. Tyrrell, New York. It Is pleasant and easy to use, and will serve the irhole family. It should be in every home. See the J.B.L. Cascade at the Red Cross Drug Book Co., Loth- bridge, where it will be shown' and explained to you: Ask for 32-page booklet M about Internal bathing. It is free, or write Tyrrell's Hygienic In- stitute. 163 College Street, Toronto, Dan W Removed To remove dandruff trv the French preparation, "Vitulene" Hair Tonic, It will remove dandruff In a few days, continue the treatment, and the scalp will become aealthy and clear. The greatest hair tMlc, beautifully perfumed, nan sticky. Price f 1.00 per bottle. Hold hi Canada by one drug- gist In every town, Sold by Sydney Jackson, Prescription Specialist. Phone Across from Alexandra Oint- ment lor leiem. aid Mkln Irrltt- 1 I's OlKUKnt U IMntlon UiK rutd leal lixfo----- ffiEUlVS TROUBLES i% Part to Out of Msl C. A. View the SttsMtion tictltn llMMfMtional Waterways Com IK Mtt New Tlm.i. I kan a Ruler tor Mar rtstrs. I returns fnaa my views on th sMaatiaiV siHHwIut altered. Ma I 1. two forces m Inland Itfrwlve con about one-fifth: of the entir population, of Scotch-Iris blood, reslalw in Ulster, and in n HgtoB iraeUdWry ail member, of Pro tMtaat........... ikf other, Uie larctr force, principally in the Rout and inatoly, Roman By large, the Irisk have a OB face ot earth to ta put. Headway. no made fey 'looking orer one's shotfdtr I don't know what woxld happen I Uliter should forget to remind ftU an sundry throughout the month ot Jul Klni WllUam and Ui attivitle alone the Bone a couple o centuries while, within the otbe force, many draw inspiration by re- counting the things that were don In Cromvell'l time. And the mor dream of Cromwell, the moi they to hate the Eocliili, Th one is Intensely British, whil many in other are intensely ant British. 3. No nation can have peace sc oog as a in politics. That is a truth that can not be questioned, at least until th millennium is nearer our horizon than at present. And I put that taut for ward without olenie to any rellgiou body or bodies. My doctrine is tha my neighbor'a religion la sacred ti me, whatever'it may be, aa I atsumi t is.sacred to him. If not, it shouli Tbe fact that that interference ell-intentioned does not in any sense alter fact that it has stoo perhaps more than any other one hing in way ot a united Inland frequently bean advanced the argument that Ireland is entitled to choose her own form of government The trouble is that Ireland Mems in capable of doing Government is compromise, and i s generally accepted that majorltlei rale. That, however, Is only possible through compromise as between the majority and minority. Filling that t Is means chaos, to followed by hell. That is Ireland's condition today. In the past I have food for the other. Keep tfie tckcma as free as pos- ilble from contentious matters, such ,8 customs and military or naval fore- is. Let there be a clear understand- ng that the ultimate goal is such a ystem of government aa will satisfy he ambition of every .Irishman seek- ng Ireland's good. But make the ap- iroach to that ultimate goal dellber- .te enough to give all classes of Irish- len a chance to gradually reconcile- heir differences, to recognize the plendid qualities that, each could ring to the common cause, and to each a Jiasis of mutual understand- ng and sympathy. There can be no doubt about the act that, once the elements of mis- rust and misunderstanding had been emovad, the two elements, one with t qualities of thrift and caution and ard common sense, and the other with its brilliant gifts, its capableness nd generosity, would insure the kind f government for Ireland that she so orely needs. Therefore I am convinced that the alvation of Ireland rests with the rlsh themselves. It depends upon le unselfish love of the Irishman for is own country. If north and south will only be big enough and far-slght- d enough to let the dead past bury s dead, to forget their grievances Minister of Labor Is In Dutch" With Toronto Veterans Statements to Toronto Mayor That They Refused Bush Jobs Hotlv Resented TORONTO, Jan. reported to have been made by Sen- ator G. D. Robertson, minister of labor, in a letter to Premier Meighen. hive aroused Toronto veterans and last night Toronto anil York county, representing 22 brunches, ufllclally recorded their resentment in u re- solution carried The resolution follows "That we take exception to tho statements credited to Hon. O. Kobei-tson, minister of labor, In his communication to the prime minister and appearing in the press January 28, reflecting not only on Hie spirit with which toe mayor and citizens ol! Toronto and those endeavoring to deal effectively with the after war problems. by giving the ex-soldiers, particularly thn crippled, a chance to keep body and soul together of the vetarus W wijisat thomMlvRS to civilian life and to ridi- cule the sympathies of rea- lising tho lack at cmplojnMnt, an endeavoring to arn to recognize that Ireland needs he best qualities of both north and outh, and to get together in a spirit f patriotic co-operation, there ig no oubt that the British government ill meet them more than half way. nd we may yet live to see Ireland ontented and prosperous. :OAST UNEMPLOYED OBJECT TO TAG-DAY FOR CHINESE RELIEF VANCOUVER, Jan. protest against a tag day ollection for Chinese famine snffer- rs, unemployed returned men today !cketed streets carrying signs urg- ig the withholding of tTonationa for hina In favor of aiding unemployed home. Several warm arguments ook place between pickets and j 'lands of the campaign. Bight Rev. Bishop A. U. 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