Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
NO. Raxiige Talks By jtye Housekeeper Subject important Features "You may buy range, as I did, without a Decide you wunt one. on the McClary a dealer and havp there's a place provided ic the 'Kootenay.' SHS_ Attaching it is a NO 'IS uxpcrt rcctiiired-i.prew-drlver is the only tool you At put my Reservoir on in a jiffy- Kootenaydteel Range has a Drop Oven'jo shelf for I The handle oi' icjjloor Oven or leavi'it'tpen 'little bit you desire to co i "The it makes a .good gs into 'the Oven. closet is bigger and better than J every inch of space to be used and food nice and hot. "The Broiler 'Kootenay' is roomy iarp lojifej'L to broil a steak to !cnn re- plenish fire IhroiiitHij door without disturbing of Range. 'It's easy to fit 1 fjootenay' with 'one fcel'. consumption in the least. best you can buy, the Price fs .y for a perfect cooking and baking ever. The Lift dr .you can depend oil an ideal hot that will not in VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N. B. HAMILTON CALGARY 204 armn n "All in all you'll find the Kootenay fe reasonable-just about what you d range LONDON TORONTO MONTREA WINNIPEG Sold by The Co New Light YotKng housekeepers h what the ot havs known for many, the secret to baking. It never van'; Your Grocer1 foil For Sale S ti ;ks to Sell Body to Morgue for Tr-romo, Oct. Caretaker Van- the cnreUikerl family trou I'm in :i mess of (rouble and must morning, tfmrt get frightened. I'm no gunman, but I want to soil, my body and by he was released A CHARMING GOWN The gown might be made up hi any number of the variety of charming materials such as rose-colored satin and flowered chiffon or white broad- cloth .and flowered taffeta. But per- haps the most artistic of all would, be a combination of silver gray satin and pate blub brocade, with the-pale gray design to match the coloring satin; The short Russian jacket is brought down to the waistline in the back and edged all round with black linx fur. Secretary of Grain Corririiisfeion of Oct. 25. the Hank C. BirkeU, man- of Hamilton at Trehorne, Manitoba, has been appoint ed secretary of the grain commission As simple to use as shoe polish. Biggest can on the maket for ice. It's a joy to every woirjau who aVicle in her Quick, Vtjjiau, easy. TORONTO PROTEST POLICE METHOD OF HANDLING IMMORAL FORCES IN CITY IS NOT SAT- ISFACTORY Toronto, (Jet. committee of citizens organised to call a mass 'meeting to protest against the way the morals of the city are heiu cared- for hy the present police or- ganization, completed its arrange- ments today.' Massey hall has been engaged for Friday evening next. Adilressei will he Riven hy .1. A. I'atorson, Dr. J. A. Dr. W. A. Young, Hev. H. II. Hlaunor, Controller McCarthy, Archdeacon Cody, .laines Simpson, licv, Mr. Shields anil W. K. Mi- Naught, M. P. 1J. .No reference was made to R. St. Clalr, prosecutor in the call that was sent out hy the 'committee. WANTS A FEDERAL CHARTER 'Ottawa, Oct. will be ina'de to Parliament n-sxt session for nil-act to give a Federal charier to tile Vancouver Trust Co., which is now rtoiiiK business under a provisional charter. HRPtCTlON COCOA Couldn't wait; Grandpa" Cowan's Cocoa shares with milk the first place as a drink for children. A pure Cocoa, and muscle building material, Made with milk it is a perfectlj balanced food well as d dunk the children love YOUR GROCER HAS IT 208 The COWAN CO, TORONTO DAYS IN COLONY Interview With afi Agec Lady in Toronto (Toronto News.) Two Toronto women, Mrs. J. Taylor 377 Mafgueretta street, and her niece Mrs. T. Hearn, 13G9 Queen slree have the distinction of having accompanied tlie first party of undic settlers to the Northwest 'People think that I am making yarns en I tell about the said Mrs Taylor, a Little white-haired widow wJtih a keen memory. The experiences of the party were indeed remarkable forty years ago a large num- ber of Icelandic settlers were forou'ghl to Canada and in tlie vicin- ity of Bobcageon, Ont. The Boil was poor' and, becoming dissatisfied, the 'Icelanders acbeptetl employment oh railroad construction. Many of them had wives, and .were lew, work became scarce in the wint- er time, and tho little colony was Boon reduced to destitute 'circumstan- ces. A Sad Plight Their condition appealed to the sym- pathies of .Mr. John Taylor, a cclnc-r- teui- aiid shanty missionary, employ- eel by tile Upper Canada Tract and IH-blc Society. It was 'winter w-lieii he first visited their wretched hovels. The -bodies of several children were lying outside the doors, awaiting the burial which was then Impossible; due to the frozen condition of the ground. Ill-clad, with scant protection dgaihst ths cold and wind, and underfed, the poor Icelanders faced apparent death. Taylor made representations to the Government with a view to securing assistance in improving their lot, but Hon. Alex. M-ncKenzie was opposed to discrimination in favcr of any one class of immigrants. The Prime Min- ister, how'ever, was called away o'h im- portant business arid Lor-tl Dufferin wliose sympathy and corporation had been won, carried llirough a. scheme during Mackenzie's absence. Mr. Tay- lor was sent to Manitoba to select land for a new settlement, arid Lord Dufferin undertook to give nbt only the land, but to provide transporta- tion and to furnish the Icelanders with provisions fcf one year. Started 37 Years Ago. Upon his return arrangements were made to transfer the Icelanders, 186 in number. Mr. Taylor's wife arid nieces decided to brave the cold of tlie noisy steamer. On each boat was a little sieves biaiikets and buffalo robes anil provisions for the travellers. They 'were the- most' jolly crowd imagin- Tert In a Bed. Whiter" had "set in when the party reached .their -destination on Lake Winnipeg., Tents, were pitched them, skins, ;-but riiore of canvas, ariti under ,these< inany of the Iceland ers.IIcved all winter. A party of sur- vey-ore arrived weeks after the settlers and coha'tructed a log .house for Mr. Taylor nail his family and ser- vants. Before It'was built, however, the Cirih'ndians m the company; 10 iii number, slept iii. a big bed on one of the fiat boats." were wedged in is the way Mrs. Taylor tells the "and there" was not rdcm for any onej of us to turn around without the other doing the when we got tired oJ. lying on one side, someone call 'spoon' and the whole lot of us wduld t Urn over together. For three weeks we did not undress; The weath- er was cold but we had plenty of buf- falo robes." A Smallpox Epidemic Shortage of supplies was soon felt. Pi'-orielons had been ordered In Fort Garry to .ho broiight to the sefcfle- ni-ent on Ice sleds, but they were de- layed and there was no little sulier- Itlg. "Had it not been for rabbits we should have perished, but they were very plentiful and th'e half-breeds and miians that visited us continually, occasionally brought in other gariie. They would come and squat dowii In jur kitchen and would hot move im- ,il they had been given a good meal." "Oiie day after supplies had run short and we had doled out rations carefully', a couple of half-breeds came to the settlement anil reported that 17 Indians were lying dead at Drunk- en river, a few miles distant. Some disease had bfbkeh out aihorig tliein, but none of them new or even guessed 'what it was. One of the diseased IntHims -brought the scourge into our camp arid the Icelanders fell prey to it. We thought it just acirie blood affection and that (Hoy were becoming acclimatized. I have" shaken- hands with these pe'ople when they were covered with sore's, and did not realize until later that it was smallpox." For eight months the prfrly was in quarantine. A UnlqUe Marriage. An interesting and unique iriit'r- riagb ceremony was performed during this period of imprisonment. Miss Carrie Taylor, the first schcol ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR That IB tliev cf} Cor tlie bread cake ind me IB bakes] with till delightful Hour 1 he from past experience hoV light, flaky and tile bread or pie ,1s with it. Qive; the kiddies all they want. It is the healthiest and most pleasiiig flour on the market GET A SACK TODAY Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT. LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND .MAGRATH home land Iriterpr teVs Wern setit to Iceland and had little difficulty in b iiifemg ojt several hundred ydarlj One year us many as 700 arrlvedi- Mrs. Taylor adopted a ilttle girlt-the-dauffh. te'i cf Icelandic pni ntfe who wari born in Canada two years rcdlbny oh lake Winnipeg founded Tlie child has uo'w grofrn td wdniKflhdcd, has man led and is living Iti I'orbnto Rstords DcstrbyCd. Mr. Taylor kept a careful record of his experiences and at his death nearlj D jears ago these were pile eti in the hands of his All but one small diary, however, which is now In the possession of Sirs. Taylor. were accidentally destroyed by fire FATAL AFFRAY IN STRIKE REGION Binghaih, Utah, Oct. Sheriff E. J. TIdwell was shot hi tht breast and ij-erh'ap'sl fatally wounded ed and Fred Harmed, train" foreman, was shot in the arm and two-'Qre'ek miners wounded in a fight between officers and'Greek strike pickets 'when operations by the United States mine tramway were resumed today. _ Enrollment At Law School' -1 Edmonton, Oct. new Itfw school to he estaljHstied by th'd- uftl- versity of Alberta has already'an.'En- rollment of about thirty Students. Lec- tures will liKely start about Noitem- ber 1st, and the ctiurse will include I-ectu'res by judges and the leading; lawyers of the nieces aeciiicti to univu uie cum ui ma West and accompany party. Oi ln September 25, ISTo. they started frou Dysnrt, Ont., on Lake Couchiching- bo tween Mindcn and Haliburfon. TIi< Canadian Pacific Railway no completed to Winnipeg at the anil tho travelers wnnt as far as pas siblc by tho water route. After try ing expcrifMiooii they reached Win- nipeg the latter part of October, fol Icwing an ovenfful journey of more than one month's duration. "Old Fort Garry." "Thore was street in old Ff.Ti. Garry at the time." said Mrs. Taylor who remembers the mimes of principal stores and the. location of tho Hudson Hay Company's oflicos. 'Yon never saw such a place for At Garry a new difficulty was ficoimfei'Od. Hut orri5 ainall steamer lied to tho settlement, some CO miles distant. If rA'iis finally decided to have tint noiita consrrurrcu, whicii rmsiii lie towed by Um stcjuner. After a con- siderable delay in Fort Garry, during which they purchased supplies and renfiWFd their larder, the company started up the Red river. "Jt. was a funny sight." said agod mirvatrr. "There HO Hat.j boata in line, towed by a little puffing, to Chrislophoraon name, tho ceremony was performed on the ic.c by a luUf-br-scd .minister, the latter on one side of the quarantine and the couple on the other. Mrs. Chris- tophersoii and her husband arc now living in Vancouver. 50 Degrees Below Zero A plague of field mice was smother of tho trials of early settlement lire. Mrs. Taylor told of one of those ani- mals iittoir.ptihg lo niako a nest in the hair of an Icelandic girl while she was slccnmg. The weather Was 'bitterly cold, during one spell con- iinuiiig as low as 50 degrees for oral days, mid Ihe chinks in the logj houses wore so large that a rabbit might, have been thrown through sonic of I horn. On one occasion the I thermometer registered 20 degrees bnlnw xoi'o hislds tho house, despite ic fact, that the cookstovc was red hot. were clothed warmly in iliki Mitfcrhig. I-'urs at this (imo be tor a few yards. cf t clofi; or a handful ot beatlfi; curly by new arrlvnls from Ash your druggist for "FRY'S MALTED OOCOA" s J. S. FRY SONS, LIMITED, CALGARY.