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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday .November THE DAILfr HERATVD the newest CANADIAN HISTORY IN THE MAKING from page ..The AniberolaiBas the sweetness, v and powers that characterize all Edison insti-innents and, in addition, case: that is a masterpiece of the cabinet-- .-It plays both Edison and Edison Amberol ..Records. It comes in Mth'er any or-Oaki Has drawers for hold- ?pf3sV ,The price is The 'most 'importantvthins, 'however still 'remained; to' -he. done, 'viz., tin signing of'the treaty." Robert Fiddler Chief every other Indian.0 the jband, could "neither" read nor write and so his name; went" down on'" the docatceiii' 'as'1'' Fiddler 'his mark." -tfie document' on behalf''of the 'Dominion It was also.signed myself as clerk, by our doctor and oui cook in the capacity of witnesses. The treaty Commissioner pin ned upon Robert Fiddler's coat a' silver and'threw around, his" should- ers, a Union: Jack, 'telling him that-'the flag would protect-him'from' all his enemies. 'A', story is told ynic 'who saw" this ceremony perform- ed'in the'case "of_another Indlanrbahd remarked that, the only thing J____ dian needed with which to enemies' was "a tooth-comb, men, twenty-six, women, thirty-six tboys" and twenty-one all. Jn- dians, were taken into treaty atDeerJs -Lake. We left'.with them a .sum.'of in one dollar bills. Second-Hand -Clothes Sale, 'We- stayed overnight Deer's-Lake slept little. Around the tentsrour Indians seemed to