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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN LETirmunoB DAILY MAJtCH'30, 1917 Tint contiiiEciit returned to Wcs with n nolso Ilka ho had ttrn Canada I" TSovcraucr, mid In lie- to up agalu j ______ Jit> Serge.int-JJiJor mndo adventurous trlii tlirpUBli tha coun (ty wlili'li Ire nliorivitrils burning Ilio -dry brusli so wtll, roliiR train Forf moss and roots -Aiul'loosening wan to Dunvegan willi n ilog (eni'.i Ttii1 was to nscerlaln nny uf ilio seniors who (lit! eoauiiy during Hie fiiininipr mi'l fall were- In need of sup- of kind niul, tn general, how along.. It was found iliat most of them had ccrded In Spirit Hirer. All i iiilci'csting SUcti-h of Siipf. Mi'Doijnell, (tie lU'iul vcro happy niul contented, with any I plo suiijilfcs. and only walling for tbo co'.nlng of spriiiR thai (hoy might lo- tratu sycccl or of on their new homesteads In tho then ulmost unknown region. Of KlC NCAV PL'OYUH'Kll ForiTi >VlS McDimell arrived at on not occurred to lilni. .Inn. Cell, iir.il returned by Iho eamo Coiuo lo Ililnlc of (I, J( "At timed thV'tlro "wbuldliboot" m> tlio mountain of Bill] tlio which cRiiio'.rojUiij; down UNOII us an v'b rotlo. U was n cull.'Jj i t "Did ybu'h'ct your risked Tho IJullotlii representative. "Why rcuKctl .Major McDoii- ell, with a slight air of surprise, Evl- J fully the I Jen. MiaL such ft mfght hupucn a' criminal escaping the olliccrs hail conio cab- inlbllc. it all? .Tlio iCrlmoiilon, ilar, B. ValTll.f cgrau Mwwci' (on. of die Metropolitan Mcdioiltsl' ToMo L'crc (lie-majority ItTulotliocI church, KdmonUm, him uccii Invited Wallacebnr.. Q hole's of being grill- ed by n flro whlcli pursued them with crush- 'One of HIP Successful of llic Xui'lli West cd Police. (Prom tha FMmonton DulloUnK i gnuUcd for service. Edmonton, March fur as liar- MJonrll won Ms i routo over he hart COIIIP, reach- Ins Fort Feb. huMicAJulcky ho lofi P. 0, II. Primrose, with beneath fivq lunches of stones, had coo of llioso foollali Questions.. wo full f SuucrlulGuJcnt McDoncll sojs thai lie will make hts homo fit (lie nrv: provincial pollm {Kdinonton, Ho has found llnio i.o F.ft fousinble Me-" nml headed for UK married durliip hla ab.sorltSug pollco as, Klondike. This was at (ho Itina ot (hr i duty, dthl has sis fluo Jor.pj ROPS, .Siij'eniiun- i liy time, and it clfcroverlos ami ot in? groat j and two boys. Lie will maka nr if-r.t.A. 10. C. McUonch, wholes Just I was ns sorgc-aiu-mnjor liu ro.io The polti'i! nurly folio Hie j rnngcinents lo inovo his family ilosvii cliic-f of new IVn-iout with'ihc si'ouij, April IDih, iSiift.' .siiftrni lilomlike route, nlong which j from 1'c.ico lllvcr shortly. ilriLlal police force. Is as far rcmov-'.aiul for Korl V'nt. on UK- j i, iilAmiM tobullda railway. STint. McDonell conflrnipd the Iii- from lhe traJHIiiiial "loan snn-' nonli at r.iskiuotieu-.tn rivor. (l, KoiiNMiihcr went over tho fain-1 forumifon that, tor the [uriiCii" r.jbuDlctl jiolicennn :ts ihe cenlre ot opornuons 0yS IMss as fur :is TugU, which Jo.ist, lite new proviudal ivoulil jVtir be imaglr.ptl, iijtulusL rcl-els. was the lipulquurtrrs of "U" tllvfs- lie n foot force. IfcBannell is not btfii at nil. Far from; It waa rcspcctablo litllc nnny ]0n. slm.ueil mi Five-mile river, con j When nrc needed Uiey will f. He itys lhe scale lu the noigliiior-jiibai took up tho line or march, :tud i.nko Heimc-U anil Lake k ho hlreil, just as rlRS will bo hire.) J joocl ot ihe 5PO iiGuii-l inni-h, drcssca iitcludcd Iho Cjfh luitaUon of Mon- ,Vil, ami hi Sev-; Irnnsport prisoners. Jn (lit norlli, Ske r.ny l-Mmmitou i ot MoDonell went on will bo cngngcJ, Q5 unilcr tho css'imui jou mfght nu'cL on Jasper: an-1 the scouts. of artlllpry being (hnt year 'promoted (o'lTesont regime. Tlio 'uen- siiperln- anJ slowly, aii-.l ihoy bid a III pouiiOer fiun in tuspcv'tor. dcliboratelf. Wore il uoi for of ijmpeflor. no'V CommlssMiu'V. tjf tlio un'.l his chin, and a steely rhir.u in eyc-i ho looks dingily into urs, you raight Ic1 iudined to Joubi f ihe hist uoi for of ijmpeflor. no'V CommlssMiu'V. IVr aujjlc-s ry. or II.N'.W.M.P. Altr.getlier ihu ilciacbmctil was strong. Tlie brush with Ihe rebels or Keeping the Lid On, At Dawson Up staved lUreo nt Dawscu. Thanks ro the autliorKy cfflc- (endeiit IE uf the opinion that men on foot will Lo ahlo lo do tlio work very well. U will not be necessary to traverse ihu enormous dirlivncos of tlie early days. Tlio roudlry Is currcrt at Frenchman s JIulte nor.U ioiuy of the laonnted iioltcc, lhe town settled ny, ninl lliu tonllnuous i the touL-se of Hie hist of Fort Tilt. Tho tort was In bas- was as as tension of Ilio govcrnmoni totct [OH lie has ftiughl Iniians, riddm 1 kntrhewan, hul the b.iltle. It It can Edmonton today. "II open for svslcm iimkes communication 'usdreda ol nuk-s norlh-lpo be called, took plice in whal i; Wvl0lc 21 stili] ilajor Me- and certain the irjfH o.' tbejnow Xo appears In have1 "Hants, slorcs ofi ficcJ death uni'lLnch-1 been tmrt in the brash, which merely business of all kinds con-l 'ir'' iluo-l. Kcntr-1 the aitpi'tuu of (de been identified ivith ib.e most for more of the sr.uic klnJ. chspicis of lhe] Presently, al Froff.Lnke. the Stjtory of ihs country. "I_havo clown Iho muzslo of i, revolver many a slid Mi-Douell do give him the ihe folflicrs had Tivid brought home tiicnt of what ?art of enemies Hi. JOB FOR CABINET MINISTER but we weir so well orga- Toronto, Mar. Ottawa re- that there was !io trouble. We Efly, nmi Customs Colleclor Her- complete control." of Toronto, will betonie coltce- -lu-1 who put blnipolf so (or flt Monlroiil, ami llial Jlon. Dr. In In tho 1'ync, miuistcr of Mucallon In On Wu, at f.i Ijesi knov.n by 1. til thtt inal-iinajor ami his comrades beheld way of his, wfcon risked to r.a yet unbyrieil Lodles ol the victim? j some ol Uis adventure.-. But ol the IntiEp.us1 attack, upon 1e insms Ih'iC te bws nofhHiE11 the groJnJ. They Included Ihose of tliai he has just followed' iK-lisn. Agent Monroe, the farci In- .hc Toutiae of duly sucli as befalls j Elrucior, a'Jd otters. 'jveiy Ibe R.XAV.M.P.. anil The lilile forco divide! Into two Vo'Jld much prefer to talk ahout the {parts, and went in pursuit ot Hie re- or the crop in ibo'bel bands.- Dunns; the campaign ?cace River country than 10 dwell pen his own achievements. Still, (he mere chronicle' of his car- sr as a mouutei policeman contains ftp of B3 many ihrills as 'iany a writer of (iciioa contrives inject Into artificial tales. i i Born in Ontario, I To begin In lhe orthodox way, Mai- Constable Cowan, of the Scouts, was very lie wp.s a young fellow of great promise." and lurlmlenl spirits wHU n fonJnejs for firearuis and whiskey, In combination, fouml verv soon thai it (vcis no iilacc for thern. After n; few which cndeil dis-1 ilicy either sobered down or-went "out1' by the first available Jn 1507 Inspector. .McDoiicM Uio Yukon and was stationed al was then superintendent of "D" di- vision. He did not slay long' ai' Mac-' Look, Mo lood. but in H-07 wjis' Clean IN THE MATTER OF VOTES I'i'ca Press) The reference lu KiigllEli nova tlls- ;B lo HIP cijuolfly of vottiiB confnrriDil lu Iho Inipcrlnl Vote. IL la In ijoaai'sjeil-'by y.ich Uoinln Jen Ii'sdliO i ''1Vpi j o "V I B'yijiK' ''l tfib'-DiIriJfi of thci-oversaw cab-' inlbllc. >t fixrrclae. UanuiUau nL uro not plcn- llHJtftullorlea.-.Kvcry.jiledgo or.aro votccMnlo. inus-l Im subject (o ratidcallon Jiy.llio DomlnEoii. pftrlla- incnti and I'llltinnlely by tliu'CgiiiwlIaii pconlo, TO ONTARIO ICdmonlon, ilar, B. ValTll-f EouMiorn -Wjirehlp'In. the Pacific The natue'e ot.tb'o vessels were' not dlsdo.sed. The prosciic'o'or a German raider in Iho southern seas and'hi (lio, Indian ocean has been rumored savernl tlntoj lately, dlklclal rojiovts having been giv-l en out to tlic effect dial two Ui'IUsh' norrhant ehlps had boon sunk In thai vicinity, but no htlhuullon has "Ivfii as fb'lhe'possible Identity of lhe raider. h TOtUFFEEUfGElS Winnipeg, Mar. Thomas A. Uif- feity, olb's (Charles Wilson, was el veil five yearn' loday for lionso- Iroakltix In IS 1 homes. After1 the sentence In court he con- fessed lo.ttc? followlna career; Under Ilio name1! of, Hoy Vorko .ho was sentenced lo one year al Cnl- Knry for Under the'Fame iminc -ho 'wa's rlinrgcJ with Jndcccht' assault nt l.i-lhbrldge, Alberta..on Auril I, :1QL2, bul tho WHS 'not prosecuted. Under the tame iianio he wfts scu- te need lo six months for Calgary on 1312.' llo wtis sentenced to three for breaking, "aud- upon six ut Vancouver on July 3. Fighting Begins. The (roops JH not know which way cd [ri nf ..Ci- divkiotli wilil red to Fort Saskatchewan POSSIBLE CABINET N'ew Vork, Mar. Washington report says IhaL Attorncy-Gctieral GieRory will retire from (ho Wilson en bind to Lc succeeded by Secretary of War Uaker, Gen. Goclhnls, the biuilder of (lie Panama canal, to be- come secretary of war. never any body Scotland originally, haJ I (larkuess, lut they had moved jiisn a JuOEfc la" Preacoll counly, ami' Vctt with ihe Selkirk sclilers LO tin or on the IteJ lllver ivnicri i obtained tor Selkirk gOTernincnt for derelopnienl Miles McDonell wu a sol (lie -been z. captain In ULC _iiu-' tc'rctln1, and we made canrp again, anil in the morning we fauna tie camp deserted, finally, over- took Iheoi and were engaged all day, killed In (bat Tbc Iniliaus numerous, and {Jen.. Stecle I continent from ilia Yukon boundsry to Hudson's Day. Whiln trappei-s and hunters, seiilers of a score of na- tionalities, L Binl1" Esquinirms have t-omo .uurter-' MfEJoncK's Sunrilianship, his 35 .ycgrs continuous scrvtcc Il.N.-W. ;Vitii serial army, and was In charge o[ the which he nnnigcd with binders tie success. Hl5 hrolher. Major uncle, was n '-fldcr In the cmp.'or of the North- Company, liefore raalgamslion with the Kuilson'a Bay p'Dpipspy. McDonsll jolnetl Ite farce in .iST.'.fn Montreal, ami v.-cs forthwJ'h lo ForL Walsh, south of Map- f Creek. Snsk.. Trhich was iben the ior Ihe west. "We made a very iolcreslini? jour- the Major, remiDJscectly. thai Dlghl. "The neit mornlog allackeil apain, and endeavored Lo behind their lines. But we iourul they had slipped so ire starlet! in pursuit and came in vbntacl with them again Lonn Lake, -iO miles north, In the course of lhe Indiana'TrHhttrevT we counted 13 kill- ed. "Gen. Miildleton now joined us, and this atlrfltlon to the force rendered their prishners.. which in- clwded Ihe McLean family, anil the He Pne ".rl t the nf'Cnllforni, Syrup of M53." me .Norm i me. a..n n t.aur_es the aml IQ a ffiw ajl dijsgcd up> J constipated waste, bile and uii-1 foodVUl gently move out of the mil a well, play- ful cJilId y "__ Sick children Tiectln't'lj'c coaxed lo take this 'fruit i uuiiL-iuacuvwim ,over -Mlllionsof mollifers krep II hhndy he-1 3 and .o varleil fr. rcgiodi lLal! cjluse VnOTr OQ lhe a klngflora of oldoV S'T is prompT have been swallou-cd up in Us "vasli QndJ They n 61 v- Epacss and never eren missed. I CQ loJay n sick chlld Like all mcu whose lives hare a bot- or.e locp adventure, Maior McDonelUll? California byrup of "ymodearwlienncbines 16 "ntains for bablps. I children nt all ages and for grown ciups plainly on the bottle. Hen-are of coimLcriella sold here. Get the genuine by. "California .Fig Syrup ;C6m- relating his personal sets. Epccificaily his career. hair-raisins incidents Ini or name any particular! ilherc were SO OL U5 all tnsethcr 1 rebellion was orer. The i left Ottawa and went to Toronto j force returned to Fan Pitt, and I iras left in charge of the scouts. We had j Iho JOB of carrying trie, dispatches j for the Oalri battalion lo the end o[ the telegraph. 40 miles south. In the r, July lhe last ol Indians efforts. They ivcre always caught. Tfce pursuit Mas inexorable ag fate, and. no matter how far il toot the tie steamer Gflllinsuood. Therr I J'e took the steamer Citv of WInnl- and sailed up ihrongh lhe "i Jjtiloth. From Dululb .G Northern Pacific X.D.. en ihr. luLb went by Hailivny lo Bts- river. lursuers the w 11 tier ness, it invariable- ocdod in the runrijns to re, ot That is the bablt and traiiiion ol the ntrl slr-amcr Cloud took Cpallanks, just below Fort Hen Frnni i_hprfi tre.rnarched oTer- to Fort Walsh." -'Prairie a Wilderness. -McDonell safj that the coim- i.ii? was very diTfcienL tuen to That is now. There Tfas not a slsn c-f a "Htler or the vrJre fc-uce which now vils the prairie iuto nent rectang'ies vf.as an open plain, upon the U'.e elk" the antelope, not sneat ot the Indian, abound were on the march." said 'ajoK McDonell, "we heard Ibat Sit- DP .Bull, ihe Sioux chief who hatl irrchflered to the United Elates go- "irnmeriL aller the Cusler massacre, id slipped avriy In the nUhl, with tirty lodges, ami had le line lo Canada. States troops tim, anil H was more ihnn three tbs old chief was induc- to' go back. "We were encamped v Mountain when we heard After gelling his training in the ;.-duous school of mounted polfce learning to rlfla anything on uein? initiated into the the Indian character, and I wise in the lore ot Ibc plaa'and hills. In 1531. Miijcr. Ihe.i MuDoucll was Iranarorrci i Calsary. y.-ag sioi very much like the Cal- .iry.pl Imiay. Thtre thi old .udscn's Bay post east ol Iho El- 5W, and R. S. Baker'a ytorc wesl o[ ;e said the Major. "Where ie city Is noir we hid a race IracU-1 Calgary was destined (0 the building of ibc C.l'.U. siiuiuiiiJ tc- tho KTOiVlh I cow -town thnt pretv I i around the police po.U. Inspector. :'tcr Jfajor-Gcncrcil Stcele, was In 1 TiErgc of the police, tho police- I ea had their hanrla fyll In keeping J the motley population railway and hangers-on 1 ho clasterert About the end of tho 1 The Rebellion, pj Tnen IDE Kiel rebellion IiraVc out id "Rlc-ela's Scojls" were or-1 came in, and were disarmed, and general clcin-up of the whole coun- try Pursued By Brush Fire. Major McDonell did describe one The doushljr sergeant-major am! osf.erietce ho rind in 1SS1 when. bis mc-u proceeded ic jjatMerord. anO romrade, ho pursued a criminal remained there until ISS5. when he throuRh the Kickins Horse pass, thai waa sent to asain. He star-1 vrild gulcti in the Hackles turoygU cd in the southern town for lwc which tbc Canadian Pacific railwar years, anrt, after being in negina a [makes ils way. TLe cliasc licgan a't! ?horL time, was transrerrsd to Leth-j ami ihe cnmljisl mtide U in-i bridge, where he remained until 1507. iterating lor ibc To Diamond Jubilee. by settles (ire lo the hniati. Tbey! In thai year he was one ot lha n.N. managed to get Ihro-jgh anil allcatH W.M.P. Diamond Jubilee contingenl :of lhe fire. thnv all. The anrt went lo England as its sergeanl- j flagralion spread and, fanned by lhe major. The mounted policemen were wind, came after them like a fury. cordially 'recelred on (he oilier side, "Thai fire tame us almost .isj nri'l were made much of.. In lhe old last as country Sergeant-Major McDonelljor. took a course In tne Cavalry school. us like ,c coulil tit'.A the Mai- couM htsr it roaring behind train. would turn an'l also at the Tlylhc school where bend in the canyon and stop lo rest. over ihe musketry and became our horaa. when TVC would sec lhe; O[ course, lue amitiarlzcd with'machine gun "work-, flames conic rushing around the bend couM not [ol- FOR SALE In 'Bulk Stack of Groceries Stock of Clothing and Ory Goods 2 Delivery Horses 160.0C 1 Delivery Wagon..... 5D.QO For terms apply to particulars TlrUi.sli Ca Trust Co. TRUSTEE 315 5th St. S. Lclhbridgc START the RIGHT and You'll Be Happy- 'Our Good I'l't'SlrBrc'iihr I'ast-Fooits arc.tusty :uul easy.to ii' partaiie oi'-- tlicni-- yoii .Kill reel''like if EAT OUR FRESH [BREAKFAST FOODS EVERY DAY. His Wife "I've found Delanys Limited to be the Home of Quality Meats alright. "I always gel s 1 meats nnrt goort service (Here." A complete line of frr.sli Soiillicni Allicrla raised menl.s tomorrow Brcakfiist. Cereals Corn Flakes, Krinkle, 3 for.........'-------'.. 25c Post Toasties 10c Carnation Wheat 50c TrTscuil................................. 15c Qusker Oats ..............................25c Hobln Hood Porridge Oats 25c Shrcddtd Wheat Biscuits, 2 for 25o Grape Nuts 15c Pcltljohn's Breakfast Food 15c Florida Crspe Fruit, medium size, 3 Largr; size, 3 for..........................40c Bananss, large, ripe, per dozen _EOc .Orang-rs, Sunldsl, per dozen-----25c, 40c and 45c Oranges, bulldogs, per dozen 35c, and 45c SPECIAL SunUist Oranges. doxcn. On .siile 2 for CucumtiErs, each ...................30c and 35c Head Letluce, 2 Cauliflower, per heads and 35r. Rhubarb, hoi 2 Ibs. Celery, Florida, ptr pound ..................20t Onions, Spanish, per pound 10 BRUSSEL SPROUTS, GREEN ONIONS, RIPE TOMATOES, RADISHES AND FRESH FLOR- IDA STRAWBERRIES TO ARRIVE FRIDAY. Cranberries, on tale this week, 3 Ibs. for 25c Parsnips, Carrots, Turnips, Beets, Cabbags at market price. Horse Radish, ner boltle....................25c Peanul B'jLler, per Ib...................... 25C Rooi.irT Meal 25c Dales, Dromadary, per package..............15c Dategr Farcl, fine ealing, ncr Ib..............25c Figs7 California table, 2 pkgs. for.....'......25c Pearl Hominy, per pkg. 15c Quick Arrowroot, Tapioca and Cuslard, a for............'.........................25c T-a, "Kcrr's per Ib................45c yovir Avorli Ivlippy aiifl have liiimy kinds, so Ihalyoii ciui change oft' and iiot get tired of any 'onc- kind. Give Us Your Order Today Tea, Deckajulia, per Ib......................60c Holland Rusks, per pkg.................... 15c Olives, in bulk, ncr pint 3Qc Lirnburgcr Cheese, per Roquefort Cheese, in 25c Pcaa, Italian, per tin 3Dc Aeparagu5 Tips, in tins, each.............'_. 35c Coffee, Our Ideal BknJj 3 Ibs. Iresh ground Chill Con Carne, Dtr tin 1flt Prunes, 80-90, 10 fb. box Prunes, 60-70, 10 Ib. box Peaches, evaporated, 10 Ib- box........... Apricots, evapor.iled, 10 Ib. box Bath BrkK, each Toilet Papsrv 4 rolls 25c Snrdtncs, King Oscar, 2 Mns (or............45c Tomato Calsup, Donafco, per tin............ 15c Succotash, 2 tins for 35c Mop Handks, sach. 25c Self Wringing Mops, each.................'. 50c Globe 45c Wcshbosrds, Glgss ....................___ 55C Wn3nuuards, Brass 70c' Apples, Evaporated, 10 box, each Herrings, in tomato sauce, 2 tins for........ 35c OysLtrSj 2 tins for.....................'..i.. 35c Shrimps, 2 tins for 3Gc Corn on Cob, gallon tins, each Fish Balls, per 40c FhiUes. Special 3 for.. -25c II. C. Cloiniscr, Hjicc., 2 tiiiH irn: 2 tins 25c Sanl-Ftush, ner lin........................ 25c Pickles, Heinz, in hulkt Sweet Chow, Sweet Mixed and Chow Chow, per pint ..................20c Pickles, Hcinr Sweet Gherkins, ncr doz...... 1BC Grap- Fruit Marmalade, -tS-oz. bottle 3Qc Golden Sling Syrup, a pure cane eyrnp, BcQular 25c. On sale this week, each...............18c Llbby's Mixed, on sale this week.'two botlles for........................--------- 35t- Mince Meal, Home Mndc In bulk.-lb. 25c Peas nnd Beans, per Corn, 2 tins 35c Tomatoes, 2 tins for....................... 45c Eventually il will lie "Kci-r's for Groceries." AVhy not GEQ. CO. Family Grocers and Provision Mcirhanls Plioiic.sJ and 1305. riflh Street Smith ;