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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 20.1910. THE LETHBEIPGE DAILY HERALD Builds oprifii System alFVun down" you catch cold and. your cough "hangs, tiking 1 Tar and Cod Over OU iidtloiily local trouble but also permanently strengthen ..the body. The Beech Taring the ;Syrup soothing. and healing while the God Liver Oil stimulates the .appetite and1, i-ifcreases the weight jBoth :ar.e .nnited in pleasant "tasting s TarTahd of 18 die "best trcttsisajTf or anwo- fcvcrcsh coldias-ireU as and other explorers in the north- ern territory and above ail by the pos- sibility of the early building of the Hudson's Bay. Railway, the Dominion Government deemed it wise to extend the treaty, of .1875 to remaining Indian bands in "the large treaty area. In-1908 adhesions-to the'treaty were negotiated by-Commission "John of 'Winnipeg, of the Depart- ment of Indian with In- dian bands residing at Cross Lake an'd Split Lake'on the Nelson River, with the Nelson House Indians on the Burntwood and with the Fisher ALL YOUR STOMACH VANISH NTo Gas Heartburn or Dyspep- Hirer Indians, residing on the eastern shore of Lake Winnipeg- Last year Commissioner Semnaens continued the work by negotiating ;similar adhesions to the 1875 treaty with the Island Lake and Oxford House Indians, residing in the heart of Keewatin. Three Renaming Treaties There remained this summer bat three Indian Bands to treated with in the whole of Treaty Xo. 5, viz., the sia more itian' a million itcth'e ed States, 'England-and Pape's.Diapepsin, and realize not only lasting relief. This harmless preparation will di- gest anything.you eat and overcome a sour, gassy ,or .out-of-order stomach five minutes afterwards. If yo.ur meals don't fit comfortably, or -what you eat lies lite a lump ..of lead in your stomach, or if you "have eanburn, chat, is a sign of -indiges- tion. Get from your Pharmacist a T i_ j ..rwui j. uttituttuiau a DeersLake band, hvmg.oa the shores case of Pipe's, Zsiapepsin and take or n00v, a dose just as soon as you can: There .rill be'no-s.our risings, no belching-of indigested-: food; mixed no fullness or ,in the stomach, Nausea, of Deer's Lake, :on t lie Severn waters, the York Fftctory Indians, lix-- ing at the mouth ot the Hayes River on the shore of Hudson's Bay, and fi- nally the Fort Churchill Indians, re- were aware that something- import ant was about to .'take, place and tHat It would be proper to. greet tlie wWte stranger. they looked at us DianWy; and almoit stupidly, but when. w.e cheeks and- tickled their ragged children they and These people were to'ibecome wards or the Dominion Government. It was he Commissioner's duty to explain to them what wardship entailed, to make to them on .behalf, of the Government certain promises and to receive from a clear1 title-to their -a general way they knew wardship, nwant.. When" a ,sini- in the summer with the Island Lake Indians i few of the Deer's Lake Indians were present, ,being on a visit to "the Hud- ons Bay store. Thev saw the reaty made with the-Island Lake Jn- after its consummation le Island Lakers receive apiece in one dollar bills -dollars as a perpetual .annuity CRIPPLE FROM RHEUMATISM sufferer from" RHeumatwiii for nearly a year M'.swollen. and the cam A___. ve uer. Commis treaties. of. who nd five dollars -as bonus Not ony that, -but they, saw the island Indians given a free meal in the ivmgs name, and, what them IPEG; Treaty Negotiations Commenced Thirty-five Years Ago at Completed. ''By A, Vernon Thomas 'S-iO.. the Dominion has lived on the best pos- terms with-'its- Indian wards. -It be true that- the. original owners who in former, years: was a missionary to the Indians of the ..northland. and who spent half.a .lifetime--- amongst them, was again chosen -by'-.tlie" Dominion Uoverhment to --the With ,three other white men tfce writer, was'one, and nine the -Comniissioner visited three bands and took them into treaty, thus, concluding the work be- .guo. In 1S75 by .the Hon. Alexander Morris and the Hon. James ilcKay. The- treaty party travelled "for three i and a half months, in.-the northi cov-, j-ering three thousand miles in canoes, steamer and Hudson's. Bay .coast boats. Ranked as Pagan Indians Shut off from the "busf world of Western Canada by the-Interminable rapids ;and, falls'; of the Berens River and by the mountainous height .of land between of the-Berens and the Severn, have -'lived these many end _ physicians-but their-----iW.MV -xnd Besides, there will no sour food left over-in the stomach to poison your breath with "nauseous odors. Pape's .Diapepslnjs a certain cure for. out-of-door stomachs, because-ic takes hold :of your "food and "digests it just "the" same, as ii your stomach Relief In from an-stdm- or -you at', any. drug store. These.-lari Indians their com- :e- aQ-cenc cases contain more .than .-sufficient' to thoroughly cure almost any case of Dyspepsia; In- digestion 'or, any, other stomach dis- either direction.-- meiis; arrived at. Deer's "Lake on the Jack.flyih, from- thevboiy Commissioner's canoe. Word." had', been sent the band beforsnand -through the Hud As soon-as these Deer's returned.home, they told about -tHe.treaty-tffSdng aL .sland Lake, and after discussing mat- was unanimously decided that the; best thing the Deer's-Lake .band could do was to go in for treatv ijke- .wise. Thus the treaty party found-the iff dians all of one mind treaty was if'hot in tie grand manner of former day's, at any rate witu due solemnity. Standin- neath an improvised out a Hudson VBaiy sail, but ,none toe'1 less Mas. LIZZIE BAXTER, in .-A" the stomach liver listened -attentively '.to LJ-IC jcaa i JJ. uciuu liOLCiitMi aneuuLVe'V tO an elective shield hot sun I the' ;woinen sitting T, explained to the j some- distance1 off. At the close he of Commissioner proposed.deal .between, ;Mm, ROBERT FIDDLER." Chief Of the Deer's Lake Indians, of the :soil of Canada have been dis- possessed, and that nowadays the mak Ing of a "treaty between the Govern- ment and a "band of Indians is, in one made to the'Indians'at the different treaty-makings have honorably kept (and La; their circumscrib'ed' way the. Indian been ''happy, some" of Past' summer the last of :the -treaties "with the-'Indians ,in the huge .Prov- ince or Manitoba 'have' beei. rmade. Three negotiated, bv 600 Indians, became wards of the. Government. The huge area: mentioned, -w-hich'is KTIOTO at Ottawa as wiH shortly! be-added-, to the' Brovince of bar or to, speak" more correctly' 000 square miles of'its square 'miles Trill -be so included. Steamboat Traffic Begins It Is thlrty-nve years since the' In- dians of this enormous area-were first treated with. At that time, viz., the year, 1875, steamboat traffic' Vas be- ginning to develop Lake Winnipeg and .the Government considered it de- sirable to obtain an undisputed title to the shores of the Lake and to the mouths of the rivers which empty into' it. Accordingly treaties were conclud- ed In 1875 at Norway House at rjie jhead of the Lake, at the month of Th- ada" Umil band "Kerens River on the east side of the raniiecKas Pasan_Indians., indifferent i.sb-o. _ _ and even hostile Vn- years .th Deer's Lake- Indians. Some [son's Bay-Company of the Comniis hundred m are probably j sionerXcpming..and thus we as: close to'the-savage: state-as- those [pected." Wiea our. canoes rounded'the of any band in the Dominion ;of Can- j last angle of '.'Deer's Lake and the selves and tae Dominion He. talked 'to them much, as a man talks to and, indeed It was the..only wav in them' understand. which to make He greeted the Lake, at the Grand Rapids of Saskat- chewan a few miles up the mouth of river, and at Dog Head Island in Lake Winnipeg The Commissioners tf, the Government at that time were" the I Hon. Alesand-er Morris, then Lieuten-1 ant-Governor of the North West Terri- WHALE, caught by Chipewyan.Indians; just we arrived at Churchill. This is the biggest whale ever caught there. It close to 80. feet; -sight, a voi.iey from-.; ent salute and'even hostile to-the advances, of .missionaries -and'" other white men, particularly desirous frat- a onieer approaches-an -'Indian; se'tie- neighbors., menu On; IhVi'shqre the Although rs progress; had ...two" hundred-'and- fifty -ven- mites -take- you' twelve days' j one -of us; with TVaS, and In of the Berens. Rijer. and the- res.; by! each member "of' canoe and ineluciing j only- in" tfeir smile greet us, that we could read a welcome, for we white men could noi exchange a single-word them. the pof those herbs that scientists now know A couSdeuce that has been, oaSfed UP genn of disease that ia- increase and strengthen the white cor- our 30 years" experience with t ine Doay- puscles, the phagocytes. splendid preparation, with a fuB ledye of the hundreds The greatest scavengers of the body are the white corpuscles, or phagocytes in the blood. White conpuscles attack mo7e en thouTandFof bottled Cuinc, ttistt's wljy The body becomes steadiJy sicker these-diseases: and sicker until actual disease sets in. of Psy- benefits -we hare had all sorts of so- called cures. And a great masy people have seri- ously endangered their health ex- perimenting -with them. But years even science was able to tell we had the right treat- ment_for herbs, nature's Grippe Bronchitis Hcmorrhaces Sore Throat Anaemia Female Weakness Indigestion Poor Appetito Sleeplessness Xerrou? Troubles Bronchial Coughs Weak Lungs Tolce Spring Weakness Early Decline Catarrbal Affections Catarrh of Stomach Night Sweats and' Dyspepsia COUPON No. To the T. A. "SLOCUM. 193-195 Spadina Ave.. Toronro T accept your offer to try a. 50c. of Paycomc (pronounced Si-keen) ac your expense. 1 have not hadI A "flT bottle of Psychine nndor Stta Town........... Street and Number........... that science can tell-to an ;abao- hjte certainty, ire -inov- why. certain herbs cure .disease. Because they strengthen and in- crease the white corpuscles or phago- of EUurisy, Pneumonia. Grlppt. r don't ask you to-take our word for the tremendously beneficial effects or Psychins; "Fill-out the cou- pon- mail It to us and well 'give a 50c-bottle be sent then buy the 5te. bottle of Pcyehine from you- hun to may be rrtthdrawn .it nn.v notice. Send coupon ;