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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta A Good Defence Against lke; Plague No one''can'afford, to .lessen their pro- ducing power to have power you must have good machinery. The human body is (he greatest ma- chine ever e most wonder- ful mechanism-in the world. It is sheer economic waste not to keep your body in the 'best condition. There is no valid excuse for allowing the tissues to become attacked by the white plague. You need your health and Canada needs you. Insure against it by building w your jesefve forces and bodily defencts. The_bcst defcuce you "can get is Nyal's Cod Liver Compound. It builds.up the tissues and prevents 'disease, delicious tonic and VARIED CAREER OF VETERAN MOUNTED POLICE QFHCER Inspector Parker of Medicine Hat Has Been Thirty-Seven Years in the Many Strange Adventures Thursday, May TRAMP SUGGESTS TRAMP REMEDY feer, puts on good, solid flesh, and makes you feel fit for any task. For. the-puny and backward child there Is nothing better. Nyal's Cod Liver Com Captain Parker, Inspector of Medi-f Far West was of th cine. Hat sub-division of the R. N. W. j longest marches in the annals of Bri M. P.. is one of the best known history. This was the first tim In Medicine Hat and vicinity. And it j that the six divisions of the old N. W Is doubtful if there is a man in this M. P. ever were on parade together. The Sault Indian massacres, which section of the West who had a career that affords material for more eventually led to the bloody warfare iv.anm IUCLI luaieritu tut je-a to tne Diooay wanare pound will soon bring the roses back to linterestiac news-paper story than -which the celebrated General Cus teke- took Your own guaran- ties Nyal's Cod Liver Compound. ALSERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. Hf GIN BOTHA M CO. JACKSON COPE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO. LBTHBRIDQE One for each everyday chronicler -with nothing else to do for! progress then in North Dakota, and a week or so to compile a complete six troops of (Mounted Police weni count of all the readable incidents I to the boundary near where the In that have marked his career of STJdian outrages were being committed, years in the R. N. W. .M. P. service. They weren't needed, however ,and re- It was exactly thirty-seven years J sunied their march, after waiting on j 6th. Capt. border for a couple of hours. The -ier first lined up as an eayer and-Qirick-.-constabies made a spectacular show- jbreathing candidate for admittance while on the parade, each troop i the force that was then in its infancy, having its own horses of the one color. (but which since then has become This custom of having the horses !known as one of the most each division of a uniform color j bodies of .constabulary in the world, j was -continued for some time, stated [and .to Capt Parker .belongs the credit i-Captain Parker, but had to be dis- ;of being one of the links'in this owing to the impossibility of jcham of effectiveness which gathers in I getting enough horses to match the Dublin, May Wen comb, John A. Lees and J. Henry Me Nab, the English soldiers--w-flo-insui a Catholic, nun in using vile language, and who also struck; he with a whip her for refuge into a which they later dese- crated have been, convicted.; The evi donee wag-so strong that the'accused men pleaded guilty. What aggravated the offence was that the .'nun'V'jras on the way house of a patient -whom she was nursing. She is a member of an order which devotes itself "to" nurs- ing the sicfe poor. The soldiers were sentenced to prison for two months at lard labor. The men narrowly escaped ynching atthe.time of their arrest Should Make Them Work An amusing letter was read froniva ramp at th'e last meeting of ttie.-Bal- in which he 'denied he report that tramps received ashers of bacon and steak and onions'-] or breakfast in the Baltinglass work- PERFECTLY CURED IN THR BY No Knock-Outs; No Hypodermics; Quick, Simple, Easy Treatment; Scores of Satisfied Patients ouse. lie flKMFPRICE and .holds-in its steel grip the 'law- vast rural sweeps of others of the different troops. The contingent went back from the border to their camp, and after a re- ____. ..___ ._ _......M spite of two or three hours, started a aong.'time." -In fact, as on their pilgrimage in the interests f recently he was sad order with the wild and un- police duty-tbefore any of his West as their Mecca. Fort the Canadian Thirty-seven years in the force. Was Given by Huating- local barracks were bom. {Whoop-Up', Assa., a thousand miles 'from Dufferin, was their-destination. "I am now 50 years on tiie __ aid, "and'I have visited 'the Baiting- lass workhouse at least a hundred times, and I have never seen the above mentioned eatables. The only remedy to abate the tramp nuisance, he urged, was direct labor, and he then proceeds to enlighten the guardians on the subject of laziness. A celebrated man, he said, once stated that the best mechanic he had ever THE NEAL lltiflTUTE CO., LIMITED 4O5 Broadway TOnnipeg Phone Main 266O Branches at Port Arthur, Regina and Calgary BIG SALARY FOR DR. JOWETT Finds Cost of Living Very High in bors on all sides of him are million- COMING TO SPOKANE aires or potential millionaires. Dr. Jowett -will find "need" for all of the he will receive, and. indeed. .S50.0CH> for GrUt j Captain interview i career since, joining the -Mounted Po-. lice, to which he gra-cionsly consented.! 'Captain Parker twas -accepted at The' 'famous -London, on April 4, 1874, as a re- G-ottenberg Bible, of the library Of .the R .N. W. M. be- tfae "late Robert Hoe was sold" Tor !Iore ia its infancy, which Roache Perce, under Colonel at the Anderson auction ihad for its rooms tonight." That the of the i.' on among the .Indians in .Western a Canada by unscrupulous whites T1-ie establishing Fort Saskat- sale in -tfie-lastory oi-tne -world.-, i present Sir George A. first post eighteen miles east Henry ;E.- puntmgitonv.-pi'.- GaHfor- i Nr; W. M. P.. was'the F division went to the nephew 'of Kjrecrmting-officer, and "his headqaart- wel1 river> establishing Calgary F Key graders had left it and no oners, shut away except for an occas- church. Before he left Birmingham actual fighting took place. lonal walk, from the fresh air and the'Dr Jowett demurred atTereivine B division established Fort Walsh liberty that children love, pent up be-JthaaL 000 Se dreary.wa11 with feet of jtached to his post "._'.. ai e J1. a take the large salary offered ant Commissioner, Colonel Macleod: surrounded by the company of the j him as beine reeded A division came to Edmonton separat- world's failures." Generous Dr' Jowett has beea The Customs tariff-is. of course, respon- WITH HER HATCHET Spokane, May the de- jat of jsd to regulate, hotels, restaurants land cafes'' in Spokane.. by a vote of three to two at a meeting of the city commissioners, comes a letter from Mrs. Carrie A. Nation, reformer and saloon-smasher, to E. H. Bankin, at jsible in large measure for high prices home she visited "during her Sir John Garden has presented a of ground to the people of but New York is probably one of the in America little over a week., and from what he J most expensive places apart from this. To cap their generosity towards their has already experienced he finds that jDew pastor' Dr- Jowetl's congregation will not go as far in New bought and presented him with .a sports field. The as his did in Birmingham and beautiful car. which upon re- tta, f -St. He has visiting-every "1rtf congregation to finance him further j congregation." The regular congre- in the sum of for a residence. Of the Fifth-Avenue Presbyter- The residence chosen is No. 24, East. 64th street, eight blocks away from however. .wif Caf' .ere applicants, mostly six- E eph of of Philadelphia, Svho chances at. The bidding' on "the Bible, so veil known now.-that it does not need applicants, 'aiostly six- _ scription, Sen animated; ever occurred twenty Dufferin; where the wmteredi J- book auctions :here; A-wag starred the Rcjai Engineers' Barracks, P' it at total fctence ofD y: to' "its 4- Bufferin to was accepted Up and retura' over The estates commissioners have giv- tieir intention to acquire his church, and just'off Fifth avenue. under tjie evictetj ten_ {rom tlje his resi- .ndjdence he can look into Central'Park, in the most fashionable''-district" act' acres Fitzgibbdir Trant: on the estate ian. Church numbers more than so that the new pastor will have his work cut out for him. in" New-York, and Dr. Jowett's neigh- 'erage man. An average woman requires but nine tenths as much nourishment as an av- last stay in this ;city, that she will arrive'in Spokane with her hatchet on Maj- X5, health permitting. The Hayden ordinance t was declared to be too drastic by the, commission- ers., voting against and was opposed by a majority of the electors. Mrs. Frank Atkinson, presi- dent of the local federation of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union and other officers .of the organization, declare they have heard nothing of Mrs. Nation's visit, but they is likely she will, come. tp .the north- westem country., some time .during the- year. "The-Jast timejl- heard of Mrs. Nation she, Mrs. Atkinson said, doubt if ..she will... be so-long a journey by the middle of May." applause. KJO.J Hid, 1 LU.L W a determined collector made a bid a examination. That ;was advanced jump to S20.000, and then by In of-the next year...1875, Office is noth- D division went West, and" joined .B; that struggling division at Swan river Barracks. In! :ain admis- '75 two troops then continued W-es 4 i_- j i an escort to Lieut.-Governor Morris of ota r -tne third 01 a remain- j stated the Captain. "I had all the but-. Manitoba ,and the Hon. Wm. Christie to was Beranra Quantcfa, _the ;tons torn off iny coat, and was an uncle of Mrs. Parker, who JMighsh bookseller, who, when through a more strenuous ordeal than made treaties with both plain and! GOO was reached, gave up in despair, jthe roughest footbaUscrimmage." j woods Cree Indians at Fort Carleton. With the competition 'left in the j r recommendation as Fort Pitt, on the South Saskatche-j hands of Widener and George D. [character with me, and' had to wire'to j wan river. From Fort Pitt the troops! Smith. Ttho was seated beside Hunt- cousin in Sarnia to get one, back to Battle-ford where the ..iingtea "and acted as his agent, there ;beinf two hours to do so. My of Public Works were building, -toras a lull ior a time when little bids a for the Mounted Police. Fromi of SIOO each were made with appar-jman comeife and this is what he; Bauleford the marcb was ent reluctance. But that was not to ?a "r am a! south to Fort Walsh, and myriads of last. Mr. Huntington was tr. Known herds of -buffalo and antelope- encoi frAm sin nnn ?M my was brouSilt, tered on the-big stretch of plains. And trom To in England. Is a beggar m a fight for a dav' and a half the mW were' ;and a good judge of whiskey." without water to drink on this deso- ,was Eot i Colonel and tne bidding went on again mer-land frown when .lie was reading over! Walsh could :'be: reach- rily until i ed. Ha ve You Fee! Al! Tired Out Do You Feel Dull And Listless You That All-Gone, No-Ambition ne bidding went on again mer- Und frown when .lie was reading over til the selling giire was reach- jthe reGommendation, but I didn't know a few people rose ed, the Saskatchewan river had to be what was in it until after I had been! crossed, and the wagon boxes in their 'Iu accepted. That part about me; transformed into boats by having tar- inen a zew people rose in their pan aoout into boats by having tar- seats and the" applause was tremen- good judge of whiskey is tied around them'and the hor- :dous. An American'in an what made Cololiel smile, jses had to swim, auction room had doubled the highest jbecause-ifc was to be my work to as-j From Fort Walsh, D division march- price ever given for a book. sist in blotting out the illegal whiskey traffic in the West. ed to Fort E division being.' left at Fort Walsh. "The distance I marched that sum- hundred! lota Of i t. j -i 4. i The body or recruits with which ttc tne collection soid jcapt, Parker identified, went to tner was over dunng the. afternoon brought -Stanley Barracks, Toronto, where ______. tne otber Canadian recruits accepted! "Some ventured the inter- ppivATP that time' were drilled for six weeks. I viewer, and the Captain modestlv ad- PRIVATE CAR FOR SiCK DOG After this they -were put on a special fitted it was. In 1S77, Captain Park- -ITn-r. O -T--_ r-r-ITT, _i----i_J r-_ _ iO-in. Los Angeles, Cal., May Van i train, and' started for the West er took part in the treaty made with _, w Used in Canada for over Kalf a century in every corner of the world where people suffer from Constipation and its L-tc i Luun. i-ait, iu uiw ireauy maoe witn wife, of 2sew York, are through Chicago, and were dumpedjthe Blackfeet Indians, Lieut-Gov- castetung home in a private car, so on the prairie at the- end of the track emor Laird, of the North-West'Terri that tneir pet jiog may receive treat- [.construction at D., 160 miles tones. At this treaty the Bloods gave meat for, a cold, a one of its eyes. j south of Winnipeg. All paraphernalia I a very spectacular "mimic fight with in connection with the trip old enemies the Crees. of wagons and saddles, farming imple-f the spring of the Captain jments of different kinds, and two "five of us rode a thousand miigs! pound guns, had to 'oe unpacked think that's a-bout the distance by' jfrom tae cases and put together. old trail we had to the' jscene presented, looked like .one of taking a prisoner to Win- jredeemable chaos, but the one hundredInipeg, to serve four years in the Stonv jaad fifty constables succeeded in plac i Mountain '.Penitentiary on the charge ;ing everything ship shape in the re-'of horse-stealing." Imarkably short time of two days and! Since then the Captain has been two nignte. When this was done at pretty neariv every R N' party struck out on a march up thelw. -M. P. 'barracks in Nonh'west" I west side of the Red River to Manito- Territories. After, eleven months' 'ser-i jba. Nearly all the horses, which were vice he was made a corporal at Duf- iiour year, olds, had .broken tojferin early in the spring of '75 under so U can easily be James Walker of c'algarv I that the march, to say the least, was j who was then Captain at D'rfferin' I a trying one. Most of the horses, as I On the march in '76 he was dutv a result of their heavy haul and futile (sergeant, and was acting (efforts to relieve themselves fromjjor at Fort Saskatchewan and BatUe- uheir nev restrictions had their He sewed as sergeant-in Steeds jers chafed raw. and were pretty well Scouts through the rebellion of Is Without a Doubt Roof Pills, rtand higher in public estimation than any others, and their ever- increasing sales prove their merit Physidanj prescribe them, box. used up generally, j At Dufierin, three miles over the [Manitoba border, the party of new under General Strange's column. At Prince Albert in he was commission as lieutenant and -F j--WUi-cmiLit. clLiU Cilct constables, D E ami F divisions in the Strathcona Ho--' fifty men in each division, were in the-fcouth African war' had been sent to the West pre- viously, Baking a total of 300. Atter being encamped at Dufferin ter the Af he was appointed inspector of R W P., in 1903, coming from Bauleford Medicine Hat in 1905 to this division o s 'for three weeks, the march for the and has remained there since. It Has Been Used By Thousands Every Spring For Over Thirty Years As A SPRING MEDICINE ;