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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L E T H IJ Q e., A i. a E R T-A T H U ft 8.Pf.Ay . M A R 0 H 2 fl , I 0 0 8 , WORK AMONGST THE INDIANS AROHDEAOON RENNISON FROM THE SHORES OF HUDSON BAY TELLS INTERESTING STORY - (Winnipeg Free Pross) Although he has labored in the dlo-cuso of MooHonoo in the far north for over ten years, Ven, Arolidoaeon Bon-' nison has not lost the gift of do-(luence and during the whole of hia diccourao: yoBtorday evening at Holy Trinity church he held the congregation spellhound. Taking ns his text the words, "Am 1 my hrothcr'a keeper?" the preacher traced the indifference of the ages down to the present time and showed hoM' miin Avns coming more nnd more to realize his resppMsibllity toward hia brother. "As men and wo men Htudy missions," he said, "they arc inevitably nttrncted by the murmuring sound of the myriads of the east, but wo often forgot the poor, benighted Indian-the unalluring unattractive owner, aa he was once oi this country", Avho lies iielplesa, sup pliant, voiceless at bur very door. "I liave had the honor to labor for more tlian ten years in the diocesv of Moosoncc on. the shores of Hudson Bay. To the north is a great inland sea and this is inhabited along, the fihoues liy Indians ond n few whitt traders, representative of tiie Hud' son's Bay company and by mission aries of the Church of England Tliere is one Roman Catholic nils sion to be found in the whole diocese We arc a secluded people in tho' country. 'Our mail is obtained from Canada tour times a year. Twice ir the summer the canoe leaves Moost Factory and wends its way up tht river to the railroad and twice ir winter the Indians leave on snow.-shoes and walk the distance. I lefi on Feb. 1. for instance, with an In dian ,an;nough never fails to get rid of any cninor complaint. Originally the Indian was a wor-jhipper of demons. He believed in the propitiation of demons and it is very hard to persuade an Indian that sickness comes sometimes from i natural cause. Very often, an In-Jian with no particular reason for it, says he is going to die, and, it he is determined upon it he will die. Only a Few Thousand Left "1 want to enlist your sympathy .'or these poor children of the wilderness," continued the preacher. "This vost country from the Pacific to the Atlantic was once their undisput-d possession, and as I stand in this nagniflcent cliurcli tonight where the Indian once held his camping ground )n- land of his own, I think of the !ew. thousands that arc left of this picturesque people, and see them passing rapidly as they are over the 'Great Divide." '"Their lands are being inhabited by .vhite men; the game from the coun-'ry is being depleted, and. unless the Indian can take to himself wings, Arhat shall he do to preserve his life? Physiologists tell' Us that in ancient imes, long before the dawn-of hu-nan life, whales, were quadrapeds nd walked upon dry ground, but )wing to the terrific struggle for ox-slence with other � monsters fiercer han themselves, they were driven it last into the water and found security and refuge in the ocean. And inless the Indian by a � process of �volution can evolve to himself fins ind pass into the ocean, I do not -.mow where he can rest, ond even 'here he might not be safe, if it should happen that lie should grow a lide that might be useful or valuable tor commerce. "Christian Canada owes something to this poor Indian and when we think of the great deatiny that God has before this country lot us ro-menibor that to whom much has been given, of lliem will much bo expected." Closing with a quotation from the "Parable" by James Eussell Lowell ,the archdeacon said: "Let us beware that from under the heavy foundation of our national prosperity there does not ascend to the li.s-tening ears of the Lord God of Sabbath the despairing cry of the poor disenchanted Indian, for I believe, my friends, tliat God will deal with this country as this country does with the Indian, 'YiJRtt'lfis.STRAIGHT DfeNVAL All Portirt' Tflnderlng; for Timber Limits Fairly'Tr�at8d Ottawa, March 26.-Miss Munroe,! clerk in the land oommiaSlorier'a oi' flco waa before the. lOotnmona publio accounts committee yeatcrdivy in oon-ncctlon with woatern timber, tendora. Slio said that tcndera 06mo Into the ofllco and they wore Immediately placed in the safe and kept thctc unr. til they, came to open them. She was always present In the land commissioner's room wheii tenders were opened. She never saw any thing in connection with this business to arjuse her suapiclpns. / J. Q. Tiirriff former land commissioner and now M. P. for East As-sin-iboiai was called and gave a categbr-icol denial to all charges of improper conduct wliile land commissioner. He said, he was a party man but in his oflleittl life of six years he never ah lowed party ism to make him unfair to friends or opponents. Regarding notice given to public'in bidding for timber lands in question, Turriff, said the department hod merely followed the practice which had existed. In regard to opening of tenders, Turriff declared that if he had known as-much as he knew now he would have had two or throe ofiicials present at these ceremonies and- would thereby saved himself from aspersions that wore now being made against his conduct. Tenders had been always opened in the presence of his secretary i TO DRIVE BUFFALO EIGHTY MILES Overland from Elk Park to Butte River Reserve-Big Undertak-" ing for This Summer IN A HURRY TO GET HOME 12chnontoii, Afarch 24.-Howard Bouglas, formerly superintendent of the National Park at DanfT, recently appointed commissioner of Dominion parks, is in the city. In- speaking of tho Buffalo at LTa-mpnt, which ho saw this week, Mr. Douglas said: "The animals have winteretl well and three calws have hccn born during the winter months From natural causes loss than ono and a half por cent, have died. Last year one herd was brought in in June, and another came in In October, When tho two herds met there was a fight, and, I am sorry to relate, clwcn wore forced into the river and wore drownctl. But that will be made up in a nhort time as eighty or one hundred calves arc expected; There are still some throe  hundred to come in from .Montana, and Jlichael Pablo is now trying to round them up. lie has built a fence some twen-. ty-throe miles from the mountains to his home, and tho buffalo striking that are 'driven into the corral near his house. "I>ast year I'ablo had 185 horses and. 03 rldors on tho rnngo for three weeks. This waa rather expensive, nnd ho had adopted the now tactics, claiming that thoy will bo cheaper a�d will bo a more effective method of rounding up the bufTalo. "Tho throe hundred that havo.still to come in will, tjo driven straight to 'tho park nt the Battio Illvor. The Mexican cowboys that will bning them up will drlvo the herd of 400 that are at Lamonf now to .the new reserve. Tmaglno nn eighty mllo drive of four hundred buffalo owr-land. It will bo one of tho greatest undertakings in the lino of cowpunch ing over soon. Tho bulTalo have boon feti on hay all winter, about scvon tons a day being usod. Thw-o is still nearly 800 tons left. Tho very mild winter mado it possible for them to forage for. themselves. American Fleet Will Not Visit Great Britain on Return Trip London, March 25.-Great Brit'ain has. not invited the United States battleship lloet to visit England as it returns homo or to make any officiol colls at. British ports on its way as tho British admiralty understands th\it the American government does not desire that the voyage be further delayed. It_is understood also that tlic United States has expressed the wish that there should be no demonstration in honor of the fleet ot British ports in the Mediterranean. It is possible, however, that the British Atlantic fleet will be at Gibralter when tho American squadron passes through the strait in which event the usual courtesies will be pxt4mded. . EASTER JEWELRY Witcli, Clock and Jewelry Repairs Hand Engraving and Optical Work W>By,..'L. E A D TOR S ATI ST ACT ION R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler WESTMINSTER QUILD There was an averago utlenilonoe at the mooting of Westminster auild on Monday night which Nwas in charge of the-missionary committee. The subject of study was the Gordon Brothers-two martyr -missionaries who wont Into the New llebrl-dos in, the latter half of the oight-oenth century and gavp up thoU- lives foi' tho mission cause. 'AUss Bessie HaS�ll ri'ud i\ impor on tho life and work of Oeorgo \V. Cordon in tho dark lonely Island of Er-.romangn from 1857 till 1801 when ho was suddenly, cut off by a blow from ono of the natives with a tom-ohawk; Mr. AV. Hyssop... tlu-n n-tu\ ix brief account of; tho, work of Jnmos D. Gordon, brotherof tho martyr, and who. so nobly rose lo fill his l)rolhcrs ploco= in, 1.8H4-. Ho liiliorod until 18-72 when ho mun n similar fntc. Thus wore Sttcrlflccd tvyo noblu missionaries who without hcsilntion coveted tho most perilous .station on the Hold. A call from, the onliKhtencd people WANT GOVERNMENT TO ACT Kentucky OfFicials Not Trying to Put Dov^n Night Riding-A Report-od Settlement Cincinniiti, Ohi-i, March 24.-An end to the night riding in Kentucky has been brought obout through a formal ngrponient reached between the American Tobacco company ond the executive coininitlee of the society ot eqiiity in a conference at Winchester, Ky., yesterd'.-iy. According to ap-p.nrontly aulh'>ritativ.> stntemeuts made hero today by monibers ot thv .�\mericnn society of equity. Nearly $H,O(K),OO0 nnd tlie purchase of the entire crops of 1907 and 1907 on the one side and no planting of a crop for the year 1908 on the other, ore p-ints in the agreement. I^exington, Ky., March 25.-The fiiilure on the part of the state authorities to run down perpetrators of outrages committed by "night-riders" cidminatcd yesterday in a direct op-pual to the president ot the United States for Federal intcrforcnco in Kentucky in form of a petition prepar- of the Pacific Isles to Iho Christian { ed by leading men ot Lexington and Church throughout tho world was Central Kentucky which is being put then read by Miss McCIuro which made a strong apjjcal for thi-so "lost sheep of the human nice," Miss lladley assisted in the musical part of the programme by singing two solos which, very aiipropriatcly impressed, the thotight of the evening ^fr. (Jordon gave a very enthusiastic talk on tho relative values of home nnd foreign mi.ssions and emphasized the importance of missionary ctTort ns soon in tho light of tho Scripture lesson for tho evening lle/h. 11: 32-40. After Kome suggest ioils from various members as to the use the missionary money should be put, tho matter was loft to tho judgment ot the committee  in charge nnd the moating brought to u Next evening is in chargo. of the social com mitteo and all are invited lo attend. IN. MISTAKE FOR BRANDY C. P. R. Employees Drank Formaline and One is Dead �Winnipeg, Marcli 25.-Manzon Webb, thirty eight, foreman of C.P.R. switching gang is dead and Charles Clark is dangerou,sly ill as the result of drinking a solution of formaline yesterday aftt>rnoon. � B;;th had taken a drink before they discovered the dangerous nature of the fluid. They were at once removed to the general hospital but Webb died within a couple of hours. Clork is still living ond hopes are entertained for his recovery. Tin- two switchmen were working in the C, P. R. yards and secured possession of a jug from a. car of settlers effects. Webb took a drink and posscd the jug to Clark wlio olso swallowi'd a small portion of the liquid. B-th were taken violently ill. It is snid tho formaline was drunk in mi.stake for brandy. into circulation throughout- this see tioii. The petitioners are aware that the president can take no action unless the government so requests but thoy say it is their purp->se by this means to bring tho two executives together in the matter.  Rflnch FOR. SALE (iOtX) Acres with 510,000 worth ol ini jfoveinentS. Has to be so d at once. -- Soo - J. T. McKINNEY Room I, Whilncy Bik. ANOTHER QALICIAN MURDER Caused by Telling About Shooting Moose Out of Season When you have anytbing to sell or to rent place tt In this column. If you want anything use thjs cotumn. 256 one Insertion-6 Inserilons for $1 BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR SALE-^Livory, Feed and Boarding Stable, l)rriyllni.T in connection in live town of six-hundred on rrinee Albert branch, Canadian Northern. Would consider live stock tor part. Box W., Herald Ofllce, 87-20 FOR SALE I'lANO, in lirst chns condition. Ap-l)ly City Uukcry. 87-0 LOST A I'AIIl of hidio.s' sealskin ghunt-Winniiicp. March 25.-By the arrest i'''ts. I'lcusc loave at Higinbotlmm's lit Alexander Owsc.inyk, self-confessed I ''fug Store. iinirdcrer ot Wasyl Andrejoszk, an- i--------- other Gulicion murder story is added l TO RENT to the already long list ot Manitoba.' TWO OFFICMS in Hipinbothnni The murdered man lived near Ten-' Bh'ck. hin, forty miles north ot Winnipeg.------- Several weeks ago Wnsyl laid inform- WAf*JTED i\ti '11 opninst Owscanyk for shooting llOUSKKHKl'KR by April 1st on moose out of season. Owscanyk do-1 a tann near New Dayton. Wages .$30 cided to get even and meeting And-i per month. Juliu C. Hein- rcjosKk in the bush Saturday hit him with a ehib knocking out his teeth, breaking his nose, arms and one leg. Tlio prisoner was brought into the city today and placed behind the bor.s. He lakes the matter cooly ond says that he does not regret what he has done. /.flmaii, Stirling, Alta. 86-0 FOR SALE On and after March 25tli, at Fur-man's livery stable. 20 hood of well broken work, w.igliing from 1,200 lbs. up. 80-0 CHAMPION FEED MILL Grain pronnd for Feed f. s e: fto n Cor. London and WeBtiniiister lid. General Teaming BAD MAN ESCAPES FROM JAIL Was Serving a Term at Regina for Robbery NEW C. N. R, SUPERINTENDENT Winnipeg, March 25.-A. B. Warren has been appointed superintendent of tho Canndion Northern Railway here. Ho will commence his duties on April lat. Regina, Sask., March 25.-Oeo. Mason, alias, Dan Morri.sey, robber and general bad man who was serving a year in the provincial jail here because 'he stole a coat in Regina, and a suit case at Wolscley at the end of last J'anuary, escaped from jail last night at a late hour and is still out. He persistently worked a loose nut on the door until he secured moans ot escape from the cell and then watching his opportunity he went throug a skylight to the roof of the jail, By some means he had secured possession ot a rope which he carried and fastened there to a flag pole op tho juil by which he lowered himself to. the ground. An investigation will be held to ascertain how Morrisey secured the rope. Look'nt display in wimlow. All new Roods. The pfice will suit you i� tho goods do. Ihe Turpin Furniture Co. the home of bic values FAMOUS THEATRE BURNED Drury Lane in London Destroyed by Fire Wlion yourwiuin; y( ur gaiili-ii!-yloughed, y( iir yards eli'iiiicd cellars du^. or any oUkt tcniniiiji lono, SEE I'S. or phono 20]. oi Imp a post canl in tl)(! offico, your order will roceiveonr pronii)t nlten-cion. Coal must be paid for ^delivery. Residence and stable sast of the barracks. WIM. tayl()1{, Lc^tlibridgc  Coal, Ice and DRAYING To all p.'uts of till? oily 4 WESTERN WAREHOUSE &TRIIIISFER CO | ^ OfKce oppa,�it(! Balnuu-al  J TEZL-EPHONE S3 . ^  JUST ARRIVED FOR SALE Light bolster spring Wiigon, double-I trees, neckyoke, briike and two spring $65 cash. Apply Howard Caso & Co., Gunsmiths, City. 86-6 CAR C'F POSITION WANTED .\S STENOGRAPHER-Apply to Box 1341. 88-0 Wood Fibre AND FlasterParis WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL OlKue, Yards and Factory: Cor. ROUND and BOMPItS STREETS Telephone 151}  I si;ats, complete EXPERIENCED GARDENER ; Anyone wishing their gLirden dug I .-iiid planted, please phone 224 or drop i card to J. Chencry, Bo.x 191, Lcth-I bridge Alta. 88 6 j ROOM TO RENT .\ [urni.^licd room, lii'at,-d, lighted, (ii-ntinlly lociiti'd, t', li-t. Apply to , .Mrs. Frank Wall icc lionipas street, near school. 89-2 I__ I LOST j On Ucdp.itli street, a long wristed ; tan kid lady'.s plovi-. Finder please j leavi- at this oHice. 8S-0 \ SALESLADY WANTED i A smart experienced saleslady for j dry goods department. Alust be ca-I pable and must h'avc had good experience. Apply, Manager, The Hud-I son's Bay Co. Stores. 90 6 ROOM For two young Hicks, Wocul street. TO LET men apply. Mrs. 90-1 HYNDMAN WAS TALKED OF Edmonton, March 26.-It is believed that A. W. Hyndiimn, ot the law firm of Dawson & Hyndman, will be nominated to contest Hon. Frank Oliver's seat in the Edmonton constituency in the coming elections. It is understood that he will accept. BOY WAS SHOT Kingston, Ont., March 25.-This afternoon a lad named Orilly living in Corigan street wa.s accidentally' shot in tho neck while out in the marsh. The boy' companions say that Orilly was shot by a stray bullet from some men who were hunting behind them. Orilly, however, told the d ctor he knew who had shut him. RAILWAY EARNINGS Montreal, Murc)i 25.-Total earnings 0. P. R. l-iT week ending March 21, $1, 247,000 compored with $1,330,000 for the same period a year ago. Earnings 0. T. Ry. for week ending March 1 show a decrease of $88,608, tonl being $604,762 for this year aa compared with $783,370 a year ago. Photos HANDFORD SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST HOMESTEAD REGU- ULATIONS I Any evi.-n niniib -n-il hecdoii of Do- ' minion hiiul.s in Manitoba, Saskateh-! ewaii and .-Mberta. oxeeiitiiiK H and i 20, not reserved, may I).' lioin(-.stea(l : ed by any,|i wlio is tlie sole heaii ; ij[ a family, (>r any niali' ()V(-r IS year;- ' of age, to the e.xtenl ot one-quartei-.s(-ction lit IGuble. Letiibridge and Distriet Agricultural S eiety. W. O. Hutton, l're.i row night. Gilbert was serving a Ufo sentence for the murder ol Bar* rgtt Henderson of Horae River, Prince Edward IslaJid. Established 186S. 43 Years of Steady Growth. I Canadian Bankers' Association MON�Y ORDERS payable in all parts of Canada and the United States, sold at all Branches. Circular Letters of Credit issued for the use of Travellers, available in all parts of the world. Savings Bank Department established at all Branches. Interest at highest current rate'paid quarterly. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. I, . -1 I � rate of live cents per ton. j has permanent rosideneo on farmini- . ' ; land owned solely by hini, not" lesi- l^^ery I 'saee of coal mining righU I than eighty (80) acres in extent, in 1 >^'�ch are not being operated shall I the vicinity of the homestead, or up- '; i�ruhh the district Agent of Domin- ion 0 homestead entered for by him in I^'"'J" *^ sworn statement to , the vicinity, such homesteader may ] ^''"^ �"�ct at least once in each year. ! perform his own residence duties h\ '^"'"^ ''-'"S'-' will include the coul i living with the father (or mother). i '''�"ing rights only, but the lesee may (4) The term "vicinity" in the two''"' P�-'rmitted to purchase whatever ipreceeding paragraphs is defined o^ "viiilublo surface rights may be con-: meaning not more thon nine miles in : ^idered necessary for the working -d ;a direct line, exclusive of the width l''" >"'"" ri'l"  of road allowances crossed in th. '''or full informallou application measurement. should be made to the Secretary of (5) A homesteader intending twIU'c. Department of the Interior. Ot-perform his residence duties in nc-j'"wa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of eordunce with the .ibove while livinjJ j l>ominion l.aiuls. Willi parents or on funning laud own-i  f-*^!'^' ed by himself must notify the Agent for the distriet of such intention. Si.x monlhs' notice in writing must be given lo the C'oiiKiiissiouer of Dji-minion I.ainls at Ottawa, of intention | to apply for patent. W. \V. CORY, Deputy of the Mini;