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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Jiue SHE MS SORPBSE8 tell? how peat my Chronic bver com- I Of bfiiousiMM were i to at. Everyday effects of I loafed for some mcdi- permanently drive them RECREMENT OF THE LAST CHIEF FACTOR fHR LBTHBRIDOK DAILY HERALD _ Suffered Greatly Prom Heart Trouble. Office is Abolished With End of Archibald Mac- t Qu'Appelle Figure Has Had Remarkable Career W Western Pioneer of Dr. If Indian Root Jiey were worthy of a indeed great. FTOB> the fint I experienced relief. with them I found my troub- led before long I oooe wore knew what it to toe free from the harassing ef- fects the ounweti that had Jonr sick- eoed and Sogieatismv faith U Dr. Mont's Indian PiUta that 1 on any account be wtthoul (Winnipeg Free Press.) The close of yesterday's lot. iecp you beatthy. 35e your dealer's. 14 NCEWRISM a sense of relief to those in authority and the rest of the country. This men marked the retirement ae k iiaPPeus- is referred to in busing life a pioneer 0' the 1he >eal's ago of the Pioneers, a man whose length of ser- of Aprl1 of present year. even in one of the oldest trading I During the rebellion, .'while troops corporations .in world, is a re- were stationed a't FortdQu'Appelle, eii cord. The last of the factors ot the T.oute Ao Duck- Lake, General Middlt- Hudson'a Bay Company in active ser- ton, who was in command of the for- vice. Archibald iMcDonald, of Fort ces. made his headquarters and office jQu'Appelle, with Whom the office of at tbe residence of the chief factor jchief factor in the company dies, ,of the H. B. company. Treaty of 1874 -Mr. McDonald was present at fort .ation which he .has served so long. 'For many years no chief factors have been named by the management, and Qu'Appelle in 1874, when the first 'one by one the older mea have eith- treaty .was made with the of er died or retired. Mr. McDonald is tae eastern Saskatchewan district, Ithe last of the Ime, and his'departure together with Mr. W. J. McLean, 'from the control of the post at Fort late trader of the Hudson's Bay DrCT-DAVQ MIT T 0 Qu'Aopelie niarkg the termination Of company, Ot this city, who was then Lu I fill I 0 IfilLiit) moat interesting and eventful per- in charge of the Fort Qu'Appelle post, W in the hlstory: of Canada. assisted the late Governor Alexander tnc Rev. Henry George for many ;a .miciUmary., of, the Church of jEnjrlaud at la Prairie, and Itbvitte A.-R. long in {vice of old company. The trip made from; York Factory to F6rt MM. John Famjl. IJill, p.E.I. in the of aud a of "It ti with the greatest o! lliat m-iater spent lu Fort Garry, piuiure I you statinjc the benefit m-ag 'under the charge of the ]'Ale Johjl as chief factor. MMVCS WWI VttV WtJUt very weak. several doctori the late chief ractor, A. H. and ucint their medfcinc, I got no rebel i'urray, who este'nlished old Fort Yu- untjl a frjend told me of your Heart and Jton, and designed tbe Port Garry and JL then highly to all nervous and Iort Garry iirgej manufac- t4iring plants, covermg an area c-jfj.: iamoE E, y.'iiich WAS Sdl-ing Doar Company, iu. -TT j was located -bta few hold m check a large body of Hudson s Bay. taking furs north for Irom the turned last who otherwise might have co-operat- !shipment "to England, and 'bringing office- of the Edinburgh, Perth- and at House, and in tie Dundee' railway To the Free Press year he WaS married' his Wlfe t0rs and who are still alive are Rod- -.r T. w being Blla Jnk6ter' Daughter of jerick McFarlane of this city. W. T. jerteidaj, Mr. McDonald, who is at lhe late John jnkster of Seven Boaks( jLivock of Edmonton, and R. H. Hall, present visiting relatives in the city, jand sister of Sheriff Inkster, He spent who is now the fur trade commission- spoke of hie early life ia the Mother two years at Touchwood Hills and in er, William Clark of this, city, Donald Country, and stated that whale in :lus ''0 he was at Fort Qu'Appelle. In McTavish of Coltoorne. 'Ont., Colin railway the men of that year, owing to the rebellion at tRankin, of- MattaFa, and James .Mc- the 93rd HighlaMcrs, who were on fort Garry, there was a possibility Dougall, Victoria, B. C. way to Leitli, 'bound for the C'ri- the half breeds would make an war ttempt to seize.tlM, furs Of the com- The offer of eai- coming from thg west, and Mr. Oldest Resident Mr. McDonald is believed to have ;u tn ;3 ot was directed to take the [lived in Saskatchewan longer than drewa, Fife, shortij after. 'i'.i tue 'act that he had served in. all an inquiry was instituted In the Brit- itlle of tbe and he katchewan, as'the oldest resident-of Saskatchewan present, he-was- given to the new settlers of the ter- PICULIAH AND PERTINENT J------; I This was especially so in the TP- II the first of a of 1870, and later in the re- of esmys on Jataiingrwas of 1885. In the latter rebel- lished by a-GonnecticotrcJerg-pman in ilicm there was considerable anxiety 1747.." [in the minds of the'government and rest of the people of Canada re- manufactur- the conduct of the Indians in Vl f a-IL WAD IJIBtlLULtJU II1 mg OF't- j--- M.UU. j.------.-----, Hv Mu. ed an a movement fraught with great supplies of various ,ands for the Hougi of Commons England, into acrive at the time in seeking to the place of honor at the head of the rkivHl tlio A An- i Of tllfi Hfi VTSlft an rtln -_ -i-_ AI_ pf.the company. He V u -Jrc reoemon, and was very ac Jnians tfte of the H. B. com- the native in procession. He is also the ot jiany. and was asked of tnem from taking any act- oldest continuous member of the LC" in the house what class of ive Part tae Discontent which was Manitoba Club, having joined" in the tbe haifbreeds. the officials were sending to Ca- jbeinS ;made 'nada. >fr. EUJce m'ade the reply, as Iu '73 lie was trajisferred from recorded ii. tie .blue book, that1 they QU'-J ,year of the formation of the club In operation between half-breeds was t ____ tc Fort. Ellice, men ag- Archibald 'became the officer _in charge i ana tne "district, succeeding the (McDonald, j The of which he" was'a cuief factor, Robert 1814. In his retirement, -Mr. -McDonald will have many grounds for satisfac- tion. Whatever mav foe the future of Campbell, ithe great company in' which he put SIR WILFRID'S POSITION OEAJl London, June The Telegraph has an editorial Dominion -an. the hare already pointed ont obstinate hostility to all propoeafs tee consolidation of the Tfce> only poniblev implication if, Is "drifting towards, has lost bis faith of maintaining the British .The Westminster Gazette dfeaBit sing the functions ot the mission, which on the suggestion Sir Wilfrid is to visit the, dominions, says: "The ruling, out 'fry onfent of the tariff teems the.aMential condition-to ng the comtoission practical and. ul, otherwise it becomes a business." J The Pall Mall Gazette all the political excursions into Barnum- esque this Imperial Picnic jwill be was again to the .fore, holding back- lonerjwfthout relifion. I get along all j factor at Fort was Tight Betides I have a way of saying contained in the one sentence: "We xay k'nock on wood. can manage the there was Born in Scotland The retirinff chief factor is a na- STOP THAT DRINK HABIT j BY SPENDING THREE DAYS ONLY AT M W T11 I THE NEAL INSTITUTE If the three-day-cure for the drink hahit Jiad no other ad yantage. tlie L-iot that a man can take this cure at the Institute and he through with it at the end rhc third day, and return to his business or occupation, cured perfectly, is such-a'yal liable saving 'o'f time, thai there is no comparison Ayith any other mcthocl. But there are othevgreat reasons why the'drinking shouM'turu to the treatriientior aid. Think of the hundreds of -dollars you spend a year in worthless. crew consisted of 16 able bodied sea- autumn of the latter year he returned ,no parallel. It is, of course, nothing [men, 4 officers and a surgeon, and rto Fort Qu'Apcelle. The building of tnew Idr officers of the Hudson's Bay passengers, there the of the Canadian Pacific .Company to have with made a change desirable, and the i distinction, but it has fallen to the for "lot of Mr. McDonald to have of the company for .lot of Mr. McDonald to have risen Swan River district were moved from from the apprentice clerkship to the JFort Ellice to Fort Qu'Appelle. This ,'position he now holds with a record proved to be thc permanent residence ,for length of service and length of of the chief factor and his home is .commission which bears no parallel still there today, as he resigns his in the history of the oldest trading honorable position. He was naturally .organization m thc world. He has the leading figure in the district and during that time seen extraordinary took a part in everything pertaining .changes come over the western, por- nothing, if it finds preference to the public life and advancement of the co'untry. He founded the Agricul- tion of Canada which, when he first came to the country, was known ac tural society 'when he located there 'Hudson Bay territory, now -transform- permanently, and been at the led from a bunting ground to the gVeat; head of it as' president practically wheat-producing province in Can- ever since, for more than 25 years. and, like all other Hudson Bay ijHe was also for some years the chair- company officers, whenever occasion 'man of the Fort Qu'Appelle school required his influence was directed 'to board. extending it and adding it to the Do- Herd of Moose mmion. JUDGE McCRIMMON DEAD harmful drink. Think bow it is ruining your health, ami mentally, and how detrimental to your business, -besides the worry, uiiscrv nucl dis- i 7 v v _ v -_ 9. grace to yourself and family. T Can von realize what a serious conditions arc'? THE ;NEAE EFFECTS A PERFECT CURE IN EVERY CAHE. TfiiVis not merely a 'sobering up'process, but a sound, perfect, and tin i rough by elimination, that frees the system of every trace of alcoholic poison, talcing all .craving and desire for drink, from the periodical, habitual or nervous drinker. It makesCno difference how confirmed the drinker, how lorjg he-has been drinking, or how many.other treatments have failed, the Xeal treatment will .do its work quickly and thoroughly in every easeT, to the entire satisfaction of the patient aiid the delight of, his friends, in jjust three days, without hypodermic injections. This treat- naent is the crb.wning science of medicine, as it takes the most abject drunkarland cures him perfectly in three days, and there are POSITIVELY NOJHYPODERMIC INJECTIONS Patients at the Xeal Institute are afforded the com forts, of a t'h.e utmost, privacy. The names and addresses of patients are 3iot any one or in any way referred to." NQ violation of the confidence existing between the. Institute and its patients wonid be permitted by the Nenl Tnsiitnte Conipa'ny. A legal contract is given each patient to effect> perfect in just three dnys. Send for copy of this contract, or phone or write Ttmr n en resl institute. THE NEAL INSTITUTE C6. I.TD. Ave. West, Calgary. 2244 Hmith St., Regina, Crown St., Arthur, One of the interesting incidents ia the life" of Mr. McDonald occurred in, 1898. At that time the government of New conceived the idea that Whitby, June McCrim- It would be a "-good move to secure jmou, senior judge of the county of the foundation" of _of died here after a .lingering "Before appointment to the moose n te 'Counry. -no large eore apponmn o e animals being found J The -Bench some years ago he practiced in mi Sr" Thomas and Toronto. He was a United Kingdom would stimulate, col- onial production, it IT 'act strictly to itself." The Globe, says, "Sir WilfHdV priK- "posal is most excellent is the most the dominions can to- wards closer union in the face -ot the British refusal to'depart from Cdb- denisnj." The Spectator says: "Laurter. izes that the more the ri minions are .consulted about the folt- eign policj-, the more unanswerable becomes the claim that bearta proportionate share in imperial de- fence. For ithis Canada is not-yet, prepared. We believe the Canadian government ig wise in hMteninr slow- ly." The- Nation Cusal to consent to a standing com- mittee of the imperial part and parcel of what he as a clear and consistent, structure "of the cmolre. In case of urar with, "a weak power thn question of Canadlt'it, cooperation not Arise. 'Jo, a war witli a Catj- tdoptloii of our, wouhl i o z0- Sot long as iter ik- sailed cur no na- tion with Avhom we miKht be vt war would 2et her stand aloof." ernment of Canada was asked to as- sist in the matter, and the business of securing the moose was turned to the Hudson's Bay company. Mr. .McDonald'was entrusted with the task of thc-moose and tak- jing them to the Antipodes. Fourteer- moose were secured in the spring of and were kept in caotivity until the fall, being gradually domesticated. In lhe fal! they were taken to Xew Zealand Vancouver. Owing to the roughness of the voyage a number of the animals died en route, but the balance were safely landed in New Zealand, ivhere they have increased in number and are doing well. One of his interesting souveairs of this trip, retained by .Mr. McDonald, is a pass on tlie National HaiJways of Xew Zealand, presented to him bv tbe late premier of thaf< colony. Mr. Seddon. In the business of rhe company he has served under all the governors and commissioners from the time of jSir George Simpson, who was in con- jtrol when he arrived. These include lAlfexander Grant Dallas, William Mc- iTavisln Donald A. Smith, James A. I Graham. Joseph Wrigley and C. C jCaipjjian. Today there is no one in the service or was employed at. the jit. His period of service covers 57 years, and hag been a-com- j missioned officer, his time wjth lhe jorganization dating from June 1. to June Other officers of riie tompany who were fac-; Jndigo for dyeing was introduced into Italy In the eleventh century, What's In A Name FOR YOU This Competition Closes July 10th, 1911. Come in and look these ovet: Screen Doors from -Si.25 Hammocks from Refrigerators from Windows from doz. Arthur Hayr Garden Mote and ASSIGNEE. Lawn AH Sitei. ;