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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE'WEEKLY HEI ALD ;ENT UP THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY THE FISH BRAND SLICKER Men has tried io get the same service out of some other make Clean-Light-Durable (hiarqpieed Waterproof jOfld-Sokt EveryvnciB' Plncher Creek. Oct. import ant ease and one which excited much interest, occurred at the Mounted Fo- lire Barracks this morning, when Jas. -ilicQuilhui and were ffiv- ;en their preliminary trial- on the i charge of attempt ing to blow open Uho niiU on Sept. 23rd. Thc 'case was heard before Inspector Me. Dor.noH of Macleod. The men have been in juil at Macieod for a month. serving a sentence of one month for LIVED IN THE FAR NORTH HALF Wm. is Making His First Visit to Ed- monton Thougii In j Country Since IS62 Serious Condition Of Affairs Exist in Great Britain BOTH THE CANADA WEST AND THE WEEKLY HEi-.ALD FOR A YEAR LETHBRIDGE London, Oct. very serious 'vagrancy. Immediately on their re-: Oj the unemployed in England i lease they were rearrested and up f0r discussion in the House (.Edmonton Bulletin.) Far iiortU fi'Giii civiliiatioa upon ih-.' rugg'-'d banks of Athabasca Lake, in the land of the midnight siui, hun- dreds of miles from the ce Ires oi population, there has lived fov almost iuiK a century :i man who now There's Health in its saver, And strength its Flavor, It's a strjrvlert for cncr And a delicate tome for ail. vSold by all Grocers in Half and One Lb. Packets 'ahd 1, 3 and 5 Ib. Tins b overland tramp brought the is party to tho Chipewyan river, and BIRD SELLER FINED Edmonton for the first time hlown to the lake upon which the Tennessean Gets Extreme Penalty for in his life. Now he is seeing, when palisaded H. B. fort then stood. Now past his throe score years, and fas brought up to Pi richer Creek to stand Qf Commons this afternoon. The j ;pproachi'.ig the allotted span of trial" on serious charge already Uv of tbo case ariscs fr0m the human existence, some of the sights ed in early times .against the Indians, j cc-ntly enacted law to protect game 1 i- -f I -c i Kirrle in To linos Tt. F Mp.Mnrtv. i tact tiiat tnousanas are on aie The -M-osecutior; was in the hands Of starvation, and the necessity for i OJ- jQeiec-ive-Sergc-ant Piper of Mac- work was iuuy Tea lized v..- I leod. ir.ier, but he said he could not under- field to dral the palisadvs have passed away, and Offering- 50 Quail for Sale Memphis. Oct. other little remains of ths protection need- severe penalties imposed under the re- but never witnessed before. To him for a ninny On the incidents progressive i years spent by Mr. the forty-five! of Summer county has been fiiv.d Wvlie at Fort i 500 for trying to dispose by sale of march of civilization has been a Chipewyan many u. book might be j tifty quail. closed book, and in his declining written. But while there is much i The birds were" trapped, according Mr. rickard. manager of the mill, take in the first witness Jife o{ cit.yj i rar away from civilization among the arrest, and killed by blows on the was tho ed how h years he longs again for the freedom j that is romantic in a lifetime spent :.to Game warden King, who made the found the Republican Candidate Afraid Of ing in Ohio -An Appeal to Labor of thr2 23rd. he said was prepared to Inspector Bel-: eminent N V iT a- nmd of to help p told of receiving intomaMon from unemployed and the admiralty i will turn his way in a short time Pickard and of -bine u-vto siving out orders for the In the latter part of July, Bay employee, however, there is only; "'11 of takim- m> 4e chase of nine torpedo boat destroy- Win. Wylie, now of Fort Chipeweyan. one life. charms for him, and to the north he j would seem prosaic to the dwellers j the number. McMurty got the of the plain. To the old Hudson's j treme penalty of the law. SEARCH FOR LOST BARONET Mansfield, Ohio. Get speech here today J. "IF'roui what I have ports sent to us and from reports i from the Republican a'lived, in Ohio, which has bt-en Bryan said: j citadel of Republicanism, vrhiii see in other states where If my afterwards and of eventually finding the two ii miles east ;tlle ami a skeleton key on McQuillan 1 when searched. can; .Messrs. .J..! Eramff. S. Berry, wa> ready to take and Win. Reid, told of seeing the men ter training day aad Monday. Dett-ctive Piper then related how had searched rs and five unarmed cruisers to cost months earlier than lad- of sixteen years of age, i "I'm going down to Fort Chipe- i strolled down the little peer in onewyan where- I'm fret-.'' he. .said. '.'Here New Effort to Find Sir Arthur Curtis, an old disused shuck five; two _ t of town of discovering a! had been expected to do so originally, j of the Orkney Islands, north oi Scot. I in a prisoner; when I The premier 'made also a bid for j land, to meet a ship that- had just j-shoot, fish and cut woo. recruits saying that the war office come into port. It was the full rig- j content." on for win-iged three-master Prince of Wales..; Thus the lure'of th when I m home I can d to my heart V Who Vanished in the Yukon Region in 1898 i Victoria, B. C., Oct. pro- wild attracts j vincia! police department here special the ikn House. ttie ihim and his party? organization j ?igantic efforts are accessory !n you are already prepare to vote and i Qhio hmv lonely oountry of the ii-Tiraiiee of Sir Arthur G. Curtis on Canada. The young lad was fired j north. Overland trail tu Yukon some ______________witli a desire to see the world, and j First Visit to Edmonton. years ago. The request came !he was not slow to seize thi> oppor. j Mr. Wylie canif to Edmoniou a relative of the lost Baronet The Campaign AcrOSS I tunity to cross the ocean. "Timidly Jin the early part of St-ptember. present resident in New Westmin- jhf'iipproached the captuin and ask-] ing left tlie fort on the 7th of fd permission to enlist in the service i it was his intention to go on a visit: Sir Arthur cHsappeared from his the Hudson's Bay Co.. the great to his old home in the Orkneys, Mud Kiver in the northern j controlling corporation of Northwtst-j two brothers and two still live, i wiWy .British Columbia and the Mr. Debs, because oi cold and ern Canada_ I ;ind he had been gm-n a free trip by English Probuw court has granted Leaves for the- Northwest. J the Hudson's Bay Company. But; Lady Curtis leave to presume hi.s "You look u little too young, but j modern life was too much for the old death. His return now would make unpiedsjuit. as she has mar- peg he'would proceed no further, and Col. R. Maziere Brady, R. G. A., Ohio, that the Republican canciiclata can threaten ,.ou with a reductkm oi. esamination turned out to be an el- j be if he were a fakir. has already been repudiated by wages, if these men at the head of .Republicans of his own state and if! great industries hold their employees the by Corp0ral Moses. within two weeks of the elections Us their body servants and their re- accujsfid thcir clefense they become so frightened that they J tamers, and vote them in u bunch. have to devote their encrsries to' the j how can the American people srcure rescue of this seat from tJbe against any grievance how- tion in his own state, where lie ever great. his speaking in New Jersey. Mr. Sherman, speaking in ..trong and I'll; man. and when he reached Wiiini-; matters that at the time of arrest, an article sey. said Bryair was "dangerous" young Wylie was told., resembling: a watch but. which upon cause lie is sincere, asci would heart throbbed with sup-! after a short visit he cam pressed emotion us he hurried home j Edmonton. Now he ectric drilling- device, was found in; Ex-Senator William A. of to. tell of his good luck. Soon his his Janv Montana, will'stump for Mr. Bryan, j bel-mgings we re packed together, and I Edmiston Street. ck to staying with rasvr. of 237 Accused rese. were committed for trial by Inspec- CHRSSTIAN SCIENCE DAILY There will be no exploitation or H- New York, Oct. despatch to lustration of vice and crime, but the The Herald from Boston says Archi- i aim of the paper which will be w el- bald McLellan. editor in chief of The j rained in every home where purity Christian Science periodicals, an-j ;nd refinement are cherished ii'juaeed today th-' publication of a j Christian Science daily newspaper in j the near future. The name will be j The Christian Science Monitor and it will sell at two cent? a copy. It is the int -ruion oi the church! FINAL MEETING OF THE CAMPAIGN :icros.s the Atlantic was i was a phantom inaeiiine, and a of the incident: "After fording Mud River we were compelled to lie in camp a day. Car- SENTENCED CROZlERS. Milton. Oct. a court ouse crowded vith .spectators Ma- NY AS HELD ON THE AND BOTH THE SPOKE. ST j whose election, says, would help he set sail for the little known land! To tin. and not hurt business a.- an employee of the Hudson's Bay j a straug-e land. till his vNit i Connecticut manufacturers protest-; o.. jn whose service he lias been to Winnipeg had he seen a stre-. t car ;ed to the Republican National Com- i ever since. :1 railway train. An automobile i initty'1 againsi au "uidorsenu-nt of; "Th..- trip i Congressman Lilley. caudidat'-' forian uneventful said Mr. Wylie' graph was beyond the power of un- Governor, by Mr. Taft when tlve latter; yesterday afternoon, when telling to j derstanding. Eleven years ago, while. j visits Connecticut. I the Bulletin representative the story j on a trip down to Fort Smith, which I Samuel Gomeprs has issued an his life in the north, but it brought j by ihx- was one of the few oc_ ipeal to laboring men to vote for Bry-imm ivw joys as the great wide world j casions on which he Mt Fort Chipe- ,lft I an. He called Taft the "originator; unfolded to his view. For five weeks wyan, he saw an electric light on I and specific champion of discretionary-1 the ship ploughed through the steamer Grahame. Neither did tele- TREET, i iryvernmciit." and .-aid "despotic waters of the Atlantic, with prow phones possess 'strangeness, for gerous under tlie turned towards the setting sun, j there are some instruments now in the 'he closing days of August tlu- I in tiie liores of northern Labrador of JJonegal, Ireland, Sir Arthur's son succeeding to the baron- et Mr. Rogor .Pocock, the found- er (pf the l.egion of Frontiersmen, a hi northerner Edmonton is orsranization, and the author of was lead- er in 189S of the party of which Sir Arthur formed one. and he- thus tells question, and defended his n id labor unions had H to ihc- this afternoon sen-; aumorme.-. to n.aku tne p..p.r so... Thfc crowd that attcnded the Ihing more than a local dnilv and to i wnced Thomas Crazier to nine years, atorest Christian Scientists the world I labor in the penitentiary called the OI Mr- ovej-. The- formal announcement i Kingston, and hi- son, Milton Crozier, i Mag-rath on Saturday night was aj tiu. ar however. I Of a blacksmith and gunsmith. who were left leathered about our Th.- ship was, compelled to lay to be. j there Jiny trouble camp liiv for time. Our food from tin1 Indians. During the Kiel had all been spent in the search, i-mployed by many newspapers. cratic candidate for at teriown replied to Gov. "Ask th t'Ki Lei land, president of the M'agrath presided. .M'r. took the platform first i.uid the local situation most entirely. Mr. Simmons dealt' 'with the great, issues before the trv ;is a whole. Both candidate's Crook; About It" speech, .-.living. "If Governor Hughe? meant, to imply that the majority, or even fair proportion1 of th''Se who voted for him. two pnwd to him now arc v.-.-mld gladly leave the answer to t-iie aiidienci', representing every portion the community. Mr. the students the University of N-.-braska. call Governor a "defender of trusts." criticised his VI-TO of a ;wo- nt fare bill, called attention to the f ice at the mouth the straits int.. which it was not thought j the crew of at which meant ,hort rations until some wise tn run. Eventually a clear ,pas- F6irt McMurray fea.red an attack us could brine a load of provision.-, was found, and under full sail thy um] so ,he was kept in frum tiir Prince of Walt-s bore upon j midstream by hawsers stretched from j "My leadership must be resigned Hughes's I on lhi> side of ;jther banki with steam ready my presence would be needed .hulson s Bay. a ni0ment.'s notice in the in Kngland, Avhere I must go probate Sets Foot on a New Land. event of an attack. What emotions filled the breast of j "Did you never want to go back i.li.- young man as for the first time to your old homer1" the reporter ask- for Ctirtis's widyw. The party gave a, holding irk; free from bhmie. All of them, though nearly to sole inhabitants of th would be difficult, t much to leav at. lionie there on't like part of the country n for 1 not and ci-rlainly of; reply. How a thermometer earns its money. By indicating when oven is ready for baking. By cutting out the "peeping" into oven. By showing on its face what is going on in the oven. By saving "door-opening5' heat. By substituting certainty for chance in baking results. "Sask-alta" range thermometer was j tested for six months before one range was sold. "Sask-alta" thermometer is to the housewife what the compass is to the ship captain. 'spoke against bringing personalities' of Morgan, Rockef'-ller.! iinto the campaign. ,0 his. campaign fund, and! U'. Tves dosed the meeting. His: deso.ribed him a doctor who laugh.-j opening remarks were directed against at prescription given by an-j i "The J-Ierald." which -jjhys.icion though r.-fusing to j hi tii.- winter of 15G2-166T> William U'yli.- gainevl his first experience of nn th residi-ne.- at ii. l American continent by his! J understand so litt'o of the things Littl i maintained xvas the organ of Sim- j furnish a prescription of his own. i mons and DeVebei- for slander dut-! Gov.Hughes, s.peaking in New York! i ing the campaign but brought no the indications, "for the election! rect charges. Tic accused enumer -raft Sherman ar.- very grat.i-; ;ators of refusing to put names on' that the issue in X-'w York 1 the lists when he had sent them to ;s whether iiis administration is to be! their ojlices and of leaving names offi or rebuked; that he would i khe lists. He claimed there were j "sign no bill for popularity." and "my j 1.-100 votes south of the (rack and' is largely dependent upon the j 1 only were on thc lists. He also insurance companies if anything said that voters were canvassed at J i i the enumerators' (Simons and Baw-'___________ .___ i dens') cilices. Ives also four.d' i fault with the Compensation Act. QUARRELLED ABOUT CHURCH. that it" it were good why it j York, Oct. despatch to should not be enforced before next 'Tribiuu- from Shreveport. La., I March and that it was no use unless says: Mrs, Bonnie Mattlock. soven- a man dropped P.O feet or got killed, t.eeii years, old, a bride of a f.-w Fc.rt York. whns feelings o him. that almost half a. century, should pass nver Iiis liead and never ago hi shonM lie see his homo York was a new world to me.." In.: said to ilie "Bulletin repre- sentative, "but it was only a foiv- taste of tlie pleasures that I I perieiiced in the spring, when we eft for the inteiiiT posts of th" Hud-j of Fort, G 's Hay Co." The barn-nn-. ss, of of Orkneys was replaced by the timbered anci prairie country of what now northern Manitoba and Sas- katchewan, and life in the great low- land soon became stirrouiuli d by a fascination that lias never since been dispelled. Leaves for Fort Chipeweyan. reached een horses out of we had brought. tiiis fared better than most ,tn tliat disastrous trail. "It is still rather a puzzle to me jjHprra up I lionie to Kngland. At Ash- o re-ad them for a. spell, j I had noticing left but, a horse. lost my iriuTest. and now i l.ihinket ami a bud of neuralgia. j Afterward f Slowly the news leakv'd out thai 1 had murdered Cur- tis. and becausi- iiis name was one held in honor the press wan j e.-iger to do justice to such nnws as jrame out from the forest. i "Fur months then1 were- lurid de- outside that do not bother." A Pension Next Year. On May he will be entitled t. a pension from tlie Hudson'ti Bay Cc At. the coming eleetion for the firs time lie will Iiis. irar.ehis anil poll triet. a vote in {.he Kdnionton of'search expeditions, of Indian.-? t-sf holding thit body to ransom, of a In all of Northwest Canada th-'iv hkcleton iiientiii-d by a ring witli is only white rt-sideiit, than jinnorial bearings.; then came rumors Wm. Wylie. He is Timothy Gau- of the man himself being seen alive odd Hope, also an jn England. 1 have no facts or the- eoinpany. Gaudette has been- 56 years a resident of the Forty-six years, ago he madi- RAISED THE MONEY Also that only married men got an {months, and a Baptist, disagreed with i indemnity. her husband, a Methodist, as to which MXIKI'C'xvsts furnished by the Citizens I church they should attend, and shot Kami and the I.cthbridge Concert j herself dead. As Mattlock left horse Band. for the Methodist church his wife THE HICK HARDWARE CO., LOCAL AGENTS. Men should look for this Tag on Chewing Tobacco. It guaranteesthehigh quality of Black Watch He Blf Black Flif. 2272 called after him, saying: "If you don't wait and take, me to the Baptist church" you will regret it all your "life." Mattlock did not stop until he heard a. shot. He returned and found his wife dead. A pain prescription is printed upon each 25c box of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Ask your Doctor or Druggist if this formula id not com- plete. Head pains, womanly pains anywhere get instant relief from a Pink Pain hi the springtime. Wylie left, with tlie Hudson's Bay packets for the in- terior, their destination being Fort Chip wya on the western end oi' Lake Athabasca, near the inflow of the Peace. The trip of over a thou- sand miles" occupied the entire sum- mer, and when the York boats at last, pulled up to Fort Chipewyan the short dyas and long nights off fall had arrived, and long dreary winter was beginning to settle down over th'.- land. The trip from York factory was made by Norway House, north of Lake Winnipeg, ir- the lake to Grand Rapids, tlv. ing point of the up the Saskatchewan rivers past the present city r.-f Trine.- Albert, and on to Lsle la Tiion thc trip led down the Clear-xaJ.er to Portage la made his at Fort Hop short trip to Montreal, and upon j Lmidon. Oct.. friends of Nicholas Pcheikovsky, the patriot who lias been in prison in St. IVlerburg for the past eleven months by inean.s of numerous subscription; and a friendly loan, were enabled ye? i-day to telegraph to the RussiaX his return he has quarters ever Much of his. time in recent years was taken up in selling meat in different loo. is fast rt time, will pass from tlie country where for over parts of the Yukon. Ht growing old, ami In a .u half ft Ccnturj With his demise th-.'re will be remov- ed tlie oldest. living residrnt of th The wholesome, harmless green loav- es and tendc-r sterns of a lung healing mountainous shrub give to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy its curative propcrites. Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly and pafely yield to Uiis highly effect'.ve Cough Medicine. Dr. Snoop nssurcs mothers that they can with safetly give it t-6 even very babes. No opium, no chloro- nothing harsh -'.armful. It calms the diotressing and heals the sensitive mem- Accept, no other. twehc- Shoop's. Sold by J. J. Johnston. with its bustle and its noise, has no i Indians, there is also much that! head. Many young quail were among. Makes Your Mouth Water when you think of Jell-O THE DAINYY DESSERT. So Good. At all grocers ;