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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ,tix THE LETHBBJDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, I9W. d Sack Business Sola lad Cttriott, iad an-Eye Open for the Imitation Man There are a hundred imitations of Semi-ready the man who will prefer the genuine to the counterfeit. There is only one "Semi- can readily tell an imitation from the genuine- Even though the former may have outward for on every Semi-ready garment there "is a woven silk which appears the plain price and the Trade Mark. On a coat it is sewn on the in- side breast- this: New Park Is Second Banff i Jasper Park, at the Foot of the Rock- I j ies on the Line of the G.T.P. i Edmonton, Oct. the garb of i frontiersmen with their faces tanned i from four weeks' almost continuous travel in the saddle, Howard Douglas i of Banff, Dominion Parks Commis-1 siouer, and party, returned 'last ev- i cning from Jasper Park in the Rocky j j Mountains, northwest of Edmonton, i i Along, with Mr. Douglas were R. H. i 1 Campbell, superintendent of forestry.! jand D. J. Benham, of Winnipeg, I 'tv j editor of the Manitoba Free i Mr, Douglas told a Bulletin repre-' sentative-this morning that the ty had a mott successful trip since! leaving Edmonton, on September 8th The course lay west as far as .the; j Macleod River, and then northwest j by the old Jock and G-rigg trail to j the park at the base of the moun-; tains. The principal object of the i I trip was to sec what precautions Fifteen Years of Agony MFruit-a-tiyes" Promptly Cured Him After Doctors Had Failed To Give Relief. Down From North For the Winter Wm. Hay, Engineer, to Outside After1 5 Years in North BARRCTT. ElO. Harbor au Bouche, A.ntigonish Co., N.S., March 24, 1909. "I wish to express my sincere appre- ciation of thegreat benefkl receivedfrom taking "Fruit-a-tives." I suffered from Biliousness and Dyspepsia for fifteen o-uu 1UA XlilCCUl necessary to be taken for the preser- j years and I consulted physicians and vation" of game and forests which ari; I essential to the purposes of a nation- i al park. There is an abandance of mountain game but steps will have to be taken '.at once to preserve the animals, said j Mr. Douglas, or sooner or later they will be killed off. The forests have took many kinds of ordinary medicine, but got no relief. I -was in miserable health all tlie time and nothing did me any good. I read the testimonial of Archibald McKechnie, of Ottawa, and I decided, to try ''Fruit-a-tives." I have taken, a number of boxes of "Fruit-a- but before I Had. taken one box I felt better and now atn entirely welL "I am thankful to be well after fifteen years suffering, and I am willing to have this statement published for the sake of AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PATCHING UP THEIR TROUBLES General Lme on Game by .Ottawa j Dope Fate Rests with the Stanley Cup Trustees. Ottawa, Oct. Stuart and Fred Lake are to play in the silver country. Such is the rumor which is at present causing no little annoy- ance to the officers and supporters of the Ottawa professional hockey club.. Stuart and. Lake have both received i handsome offers from a Temiskamiag league club and both may go. They are now considering the propositions and it is understood that Stuart has L been Coffered the biggest sum ever given a hockey player while Lake's figure is not far below it. Stuart's work attracted the atten- tion of the silver country magnates several times last winter as did that of Lake. Bruce paid a visit to Hail- eybury, Cobalt and other places up north: this summer and was talking -to several of the sport promoters of Haileybury and Cobalt. Stuart has been in Ottawa for a month or six weeks and recently when the silver country clubs started hunting around lor players they flashed an offe- at Mm and Lake's -name the agreement. in question Lake to play point or left --ing and Stuart for rover. Officers of the An Oid Favor rU "BULLER" COMES IN 2 AND INCH. 2 for 26c, TOOKEBROS. UMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF COLLARS. TIES. AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 13 suffered by serious fires vears ago j I tuis puoiisncti lor me saJte 01 and it now to see tne j other sufferers, and to them I strongly r almost desolate places where magni-i recommend "Fniit-a-tives ificent forest must have once stood. To prevent a repetition of such a ca- tastrophe, additional fire rangers will be sent to patrol the park" as soon as possible. Will Become World-Renowned I Mr. Douglas is of the opinion that I the great forest reserve at en- trance to the Yellow Head Pass pro- mises with the advent of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway to become as j noted for its scenii; wonders as the world-renowned national park at Banff. Mountaineers who have pass- ed many summers in .the vicinity of (Signed) CHARLES BARRETT. 5OC a 6 for trial box, 250. At all dealers or sent post-paid on receipt of price by vts Ijaaited, Ottawa. BRAKIE GETS INTO TROUBLE Edmonton, Oct. in tBe Arc- tic Circle, on the Peel River, thirty miles" froni the point where it de- bouches into the Macienzie River, and about one hundred and fifty miles from Herschell Island, lies PortMc- Pherson, the farthest point north touched by the steamers of the Hud- sons Bay Company. By the water route from Athabasca Landing, this village in the land of the midnight sun, for it is a village containing ab- out two hundred natives, is over two thousand miles distant from Edmon- ton. On Monday there arrived in the city after a straight month of travel from Fort Smith to Fort McPherson and return once each summer for the j last ten years. His name .is Wm. i Haxen, and his occupation is that of j chief engineer on the Hudson's Bay I steamer Mackenzie River. He comes j to spend the winter south after an absence of nearly five years. "We started on our annual trip this year on July Hay to the Bulletin this morning. "The sun, of course, -was up all the I time and travelling night and day JWB reached Fort McPhersom on the llth of the month. It is not safe to stay :at the Peel River any length of j time because of the danger of shallow i water. The Mackenzie river at its outlet is too shallow' to permit of j the passage of any boat larger than i an Eskimo whaleboat. -The river i branches out past the point where it IPJCTUR, ClftJDVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Fere Mil on An Incident of the Prauco- Russian War. 2. Forced to Play Cop 3. A Home At Last 4. Interesting Play Barrett Co. In "Abraham Lincoln, Man With the People. Snowie May belle The Dainty ienne Co mm The King Edward Restaurant The Place to (yet a Grood Meal 21 Meals Board and Room a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Hound Street Next Lumber Yard on this, inland sea are at times fierce- ly violent. the passenger fare from Fort Smith, which is the northern receives the waters of the Peel and said Mr. boundary of the province of the pro- vince of Alberta, to Fort McPherson and return Met Waugh Party At Fort Norman, oh, August 12th, Mr. Hay met the Waugh party of gold prospectors, who left Edmonton in .June for the Peel river district. They were leading north and ,had made good time as far as Fort Nor- man. Mr. Hay was accompanied from Fort Smith by F. J. Henson, and at Itie Ultertc Restaurant Under new management First-class ccok. Every-' clean Meals LJ D r j- u A A j empties by so many channels that He Ran From Medicine Hat to Moose nfSTlO J. _ _ Jaw and..He was Making Money, Banff have lately further north by been. lured the fascina- tion of the" unknown and the glory of 'a first ascent. They have j invaded Jasper Park and declare it to be a second Banff. The Yellow Head" Pass is a lov.- and practical one. The valley-lying in latitude 5-3 degrees has a remark- able climate. Ranging from one to three miles wide, high hills on.either side, protect it from the severity of the winters. Swift, the only settler in the park, has created a farm about him that would do credit to a down- that can caster and has demonstrated any crops of a temperate zone be grown there. Only Correct Information The publication of the Geological Survey for 1900 under Mr. McEvoy (Medicine Hat News) C. E. McCormick, of Medicine Hat, passenger brakeman on the C. P. R., was before the at Moose i none carry -any depth, of water. j Many Eskimos at McPherson "There were a great number of Es- kimos at Fort McPherson when 'we were there in July. I counted thir- ty-five Eskimos whaleboats. These Jaw on Sopt 23th on two charges, j craft are about thirty feet long and First with conspiring with one'Chas. Bonham to defraud the C. P. R. of one fare from Medicine Hat to Moose Jaw on Sept. ISth: secondly, with converting: to his own. use monies re- ceived from a passenger from Medi- cine Hat to Moose Jaw on Sept. 24. The evidence showed th-nt the pris- oner called a passenger into the lava- tory on No. 2 on th- 18th of; Sept. j sold him a hat check, telling ii to gro into the smoking car and down and the conductor would see .the '.hat check and would not col- are built in San Francisco where they are purchased by- the Eskimos bis Fort Chipewyan the two were joined by P..Macredie, the Hudson Bay ag- ent there. JoHnson, engineer on the steamer Graham, .and George Bremner, the purser of. the same 'boat. The trip; from Fort Smith to Chip- eweyah to the Landing the party proceeded up the river on a scow drawn by a steam launch. Mr.'-Hay leaves, tomorrow men; prepared to put up a fancy fi- ure to retain Stuart and Lake but may have some difficulty, in doing so as the silver country men have start- off with a very extravagant offer Stuart recently said that the chances jere that he would go. Lake is un- decided, but it is said by their in- timate friends that Lake will again P ay m the same team as Stuart in other words means that if Stuart goes. Lake win go too. The Eenirew dub is also under- stood to have made a bid for Lake and Taylor a; is in a who k: by the trustees and until Messrs. Ross and Foraa hand out their de- cisions nothing will be known as to how many games there will b.: for the silverware. The hockey 'season is only about two months away and the clubs are already preparing. The E. C. H. A: is i likely a big success. Wanderers are! settling to be jthe same as year, but the Shamrocks and Quebec will have to strengthen if it is to be again made a big success. Wanderers are settling their difficulties and will probably be pretty near intact when the season opens. rv 4 T. Henfrew Sets Stanley Cup dates they will spend any amount m order to get a championship seven On. the other hand, it is said thai 'ew be refused Stanle'v dates the Creamery town will be without a professional hockey team during the coming winter. Stanley cup matters are still to b- dealt with CONSERVATIVES WILL NOT OPPOSE DOUGLASS Opposition Is Satisfied with Strath- cona Candidate and Will Not Contest His' Election Strathcona. Oct. may be of- ficially announced that the Coaserva- 01 the Strathcona federal dis- are not to offer opposition to the candidature of James M. Doug- lass, recently by the Lib- eral convention at Wetaskiwin for the federal Parliament. The Conser- vatives feel satisfied in that the can- didate is from Sirnthcona, Had the Liberal convention decided on a man from, the south the Conservatives would have placed a candidate in tho field. lect transportation. He received 32.- 50 from the passenger for the hat check. On the 24th inst. the same passen- ger, in company with another man, by arrangement with the special officer, travelle'd on No. 2 from is the only correct information hi th- .Medicine Hat to Moose Jaw-and each erto obtainable of conditions along i purchased -a. hat check from prisone- thc Athabasca and Miette rivers, and for each. Yellowhead Pass. Mr. Douglas! There were two other offences that found the Athabasca for miles along i were mot proceeded with the south shore before crossing the i The prisoner was committed for river at Swat's to be exceedingly trial on both charges. He was unable tertile. There are stretches of bail and. was committed to ne known as Buffalo, prairie, where Eegina jail to "await trial many head of horses could be pastur-i When arrested sbrtv checks ww Pa m a11 an area in his Possession which his con- of o 400 square miles. j ductor WM ,able to ideniifv fls .ae trail m spite of its having been issued by him on various date- being traversed nearly two hundred j The prisoner, the conductor stated years ago by coast -Indians crossing j .would be allowed to collect hat checks uie _rass to trade with the fur coin- j when running into terminals, but was on the I sail them ver, ,T, Mecredie will remain in Edmon- I "I he old Northern Eskimos who ton for a couple of months, return- were to be found all along the coast j ing to Fort Chipeweyan in December at-the mouth of the Mackenzie tenj Mr. Hay stated, that there was no years ago are fast disappearing i frost in the north country this sum- Their place is being taken by mer until Aug.-22 and 23 and none er tnoe. the Cogmollachks, who j afterward until Sept, 23 'ne thinks have worked their-way over from the j that now the river wiirbe froen ov- west coast of Alaska. The new-corn- er. as far south as Great Slave Lake ers are much more intelligent thanf their predesessors.-- Many of them have been down to 'Frisco, and know LAYMEN'S MISSIONS something of the modern civilization, i It is surprising the way they are tak i Western and extern Delegates to ing white man's mode of life." j Mect in Winnipeg. Mi. Hay made his first trip up the! _ Mackenzie River in 1899. the year of! MAK TOM, Piop. for Good MeaJs ;FnJl Courses See it's like at Ghow Sam Go. V the Klondike rush. He was then sec-' ond engineer on the Hudson's Bay Company's steamer Wrigley. Tfiat year the Wrigley carried ninety-seven passengers down river." A Great Steamer W. Anderson of the LajTnen's Missionary .move- ment left for Winnipeg on Tuesday night to .take the -western minting on this development, says that since the rapture of the Concord which forfeade electoral. catechisms, the church has a perfect right to give instructions in electoral duties, but it considers the forms as some divorces to be open to criticism. campaign which opens there October 22nd. H. K. Caskey.. secretary, will (leave Sunday. The Ontario dopnta- The Mackenzie River, which now f tion> consisting of S. J. Moore, Hon. plies the waters of the great river is W- A- Qharltoh, John McKay, Dr. S. a steel built steamer 1-13 feet in j Gould, H. M. Clark, Eevi T. B. length, with a beam of 26 feet. SheiH5Tde- :Rev- E- D- McLaxen, C. E. is a stern on the same Manning, Dr. J. W. Walters, Dr. tf panics, used in later years by explor- ers and prospectors, then by the Ca- nadian Pacific survey outfits, and recently by those of the Grand -Trunk Pacific, was found by the party to be in a very bad condition. Mr. Douglas will include an account oi the trip in his report to the gov- ernment out of the Dominion parks what he has to say will be supple- mented by some splendid photographs taken under rather trying circum- stances by Mr. Benham, a man from Winnipeg. GOT A YEAR London, Ont., Oct. W. rd was sentenced to one year in "the Cen- tral prison this morning! by Mr. Jus- tice Lachford, after having found guilty of manslaughter yester- day by.-the jury. required to hand same to the conduc- tor. The. checks consisted of several colors and 'Would take considerable time to collect, as different colors are used each day for a lengthy per- 't vvIIJ pay you to Pioneer Lumber Co. trade with us. plan as the Northern Transportation company's steamer, Northland Sun. She is well set up and she needs to be. The Mackenzie river is a St.- size. On one portion Lawrence m of the river there is a straight stretch of sixty' and the sea. which a wind is more like lake than a river. The. steamer also i P. McKay, Dr. J. G. Brown and Rev. Canon Tucker leave Octoher 19. They, will be joined by representative men from Winnipeg, Calgary and other western., cities in "Winnipeg MORE EXHIBITION BUILDINSG Toronto.. Oct. tax pay- has a most difficult passage to make! asked t0 across the Great Slave a buiUingS at the 120 miles of open water. The storms! AGENTS: McKELVIESc McGUIRE Young Men Wfeo Gare Wear Sovereign Brand Overcoats have a dash and style wins them the favor of well dressed man. They never extreme. Made of newest fabrics and tailored the most expert manner Ask your dealer for Sovereign Brand. If he does not keep it, write us. W. E. Sanford Manfg. Co., Ltd. HAMILTON _ WINNIPEG He is mentally quite clear, London, Oct. Endicott, the mother-in-law of Mr. Joseph Mrs. Endicott, takinc; an intense in- Chamberlain, who left Liverpool for: tercst in political matters, and he Boston after her visit to Highbury' said that Mr. Chamberlain Is fircatly budget controversy every improved in health lately, though he keenly, and the progress of is physically which has beenitlle campaign for tariff reform gives understood for a long time. I him great pleasure. Antelope, October 1st We can stippjy you witK everyihing >ou want for hunting big game, and can even mount the game for you when ycu return Come to a good, live, up-to-date SPORTING GOODS HOUSE and get what you want at right prices The letfibridge Sporting Goods Company Edison's October Records just in UP TO N' SPOOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And -.'is .'cool, bright, and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block ;