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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tbe Eethbridge Daily Herald. Saturday. September '7 T7 J s BY IvIARY MARKWELL COPYRIGHT 1S10 BY PUBLISHERS PRESS. "A Godlike race-of heroes once I knew Such as no more .their aged eyes shall '.-lew." In oCvtled districts where conditions are fully the rnagis- inachinery of, the I.av; supplies and .proper- the Red-Jacket, rides forth single-handed, it may be un or ten .hundred.miles to bring in the murderer, usually a f "terror1'i; arxl he brings'! Mul- tifarious are the duties of "the Mount- ed Police.. In 1003 Corporal- Field, stationed in Athabasca, while at Fort Chippewyn, was sent -three hundred ami fifty miles'to Hay Kiver lated spots of the far North, four-or five luckless fellows are told oil as a military esrcort "guards- of and for they have the idle time of t-heir llvvs. Departmental nadobs see nothing of the grim smile with which the escort receives his orders but the after-hours in tent, between whiffs of cigars (politely offered and politely the laugh goes round, and ,the sentiments, of. the troopers are exchanged...inaudibly! No truer.. Sir Galahad ever rode forth than Red-Jacket of the weatern plains. He is no public servaat on! poor pay, content to wait oni "m'lud1'; his livery is. not one of j servitude, it "is rather the badge of pride. It is the flag he sees when '.to "meet danger or cer- PllffC ozij'and on, and on, is, not hope! but it is the 'call of which his pulse quickens and his heart responds with throbs' of delight has -th Flrit thing in morning, Hor your trork. drink midsummer, what is since Knuvva as jjaauieod. Their particular work- was to prevent the Amenc'au traders from -Beaton, and Belinap, in ivion- asieep and seated in his sidrt sleeves wearing quite the air of innocence ag- grieved f There wasn't a dence of the fellow's well-known call- ing, and Coloael (ulthovgh knowing the "fire-water" <-a'elv cache'd somewhere) was obliged to ride away his first experience... tut not his last, in rounding uy a -Mind j west j In the discharge, of o'Jty tbese mounted men are sleuths ii'uuaaie, and perhaps the. case of Kinjj-Hay- ward (King hailing iroin is .still quoted as one 01 the tttatest cases of wo known i.-t the history of crime. The sto.-y gres Jn. the autumn of 190-1, IIKT. Kin-r Hay ward, o out that they were for gold. "-Together, tiie uortli, ostensibly for the Slave Lakes; nothing, was luur-.i of them afterwards, "until h.dians "I FEEL HJY DUT To Give Yea a Statement t I Jn Regard To 'Fruit-a-tives' viiua- r icju set o government service today which and, after 'forty. ie? T-iirrUi' 1 t i UV itil emu VUiH 1'UiULIll.LUeUiai.y UCi-j ,K hardH a department, in the Cana- tor, Field set out with" his dog tcam-bute goes to the Northwest Mounted ty-four days and.'nights Police, whose splendid services have i both" ct home .and: i abroad. As a school it is the 'best j disciplinarian possible, to" imagine...' and if you want to" read, a book full of facts .worth the gathering, then I pick up the annual report' or the Po- i lice Commissioner. Within its blue j covers there 'is material for the nov- i elist, for the 'poet, -and, too. I for the pulpit as well. I Now-a-days the life of tbe Mounted (Police is iu o-comparative luxury as! compared, with that of the early days.! The first "Police was stationed i i as. Fort Walsh (named after'its com-! j mantling officer, Major built' tan-a, tram supplying my Canadian in- travelling south____ also that "a white man north tad a ice- iSfn Uibes Oi that %v'ould To! and the savage'this spoke Piegans .who, crossed tiie border to volumes. At once the -'aolier went PATROL.ESCOATIWG A is not''-dependent upon the 'Mounted Police .for assistance a-nd supnort- Tne moral effect of the presence of, "Red-Jacket" has never been fully-j estimated, for the Riders of the: plains have on more-than one occa-j sion prevented Indian out'brealcst; during the (lays' of the as Scouts, their work was niar--; vclous. They enforce ordinance governing western laws, and their' manifold duties-include collections of revenue along the border, prairie-fires and keeping down cattle-1 stealing.: .the duties of a J. p. also comes t0 "Red Jacket's" lot; in bar- racks he does duty as and, word .of a murder comes in, journeying over a tract covering thir- teen hundred miles, quite unassisted j he trough i safeiy into the post .the' poor insane fellow. This only repre-' sents one side of-the'picture; 'have njcmories again, .of seeing Jlcd- Jacket entraining for South Africa have proud records of the gallantry; and daring of "our in Kharki out on the African veldt. To the bold and restless' spirit of the soidi-er this is the kind of that appeals; escort -duty he does demanded, but as for whenever a vice-regal head or "a, .de- partmental tail. takes tbe notion to tour any part of the unhedged, prai- rie-land, or to visit some of the iso- K. .Ni W5 POLICE POST "NORWA Y HOUSE" _ scent, and. followed the track Attached.-to- bourne! French's fam-iof the two men, corning upon King the prairies told a travelling..alone: Asked whsre His it was snows that whis-; companion ie- i.'itGV: .SIIiilSTSiinEi Vj'SS nn aiifl in_ -nlioc? i i...i. l j.i___ Plies- was not a scintilla A Y; 1N.B., Isaw thestrongtretltnonial ..-'-ir in favor of 'Fruit-a-tives' by New 'Grand Old Man', the Hon. John" Costigan, and I knew that- anything he- stated" was 'honest and true and given" only_to help his fellow-men. I tried Fruit-a-tives' and the effects were most mar- vsllous, and nowl am entirely well from all mv Chronic Constipation that'I suffered from, for so many years. My general health is 'once more excellent and I cannot say too much, to express iny thanks for the great benefits derived from taking 'Fruit- a-tives A. G. WILLISTON. Fruit-a-tives is not got- ten up by druggists or expert' knownothirtg about disease and the needs of the human is, the.scientific discovery of.a-', -f irell known physician, and is the .only medidnc in the wbrld made of fndt'teait 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial.size, 250. At all dealers, or seat, leceapt of price by Fniit-a-tives Limited, Otta-wa. one" after trace was lost. Anderson .found by, a lake the .ashes of "the was j nut a. 01 eviiiijnce that trader in the against.the man. He s'litsd t.'ial ae Macteod. district, was supplying liquor and Hayward had part-d corapahy (a the Indians- in full defiance of the; thins which 'occurs'every Uv m -the. but' there a small' panicle" -skull-three, hard mmps .0 ''set on 'the n-ew world) and-lie betrayed little fly ;'anxiety: when under arrest. To shack, of the "Plains '-lik-e a men_________ -warning tas he The case: of securing evidence tflougnt) tho..'gallaiit. FrcQoh iviih his: placed-in. the-hands'of-'young Anoer- ktde army arrived m a-t-'-Wil oi-ison of the Police Force who set out ficial dust, They surrounied discover Hayward's whereabouts was shack, closed; :m. with- a-, ptreat of spurs and j The ground might have opened- ana, swallowed .the Nothing' and also there embedded in the'.ash.1 Then Anderson', draine'd the lake but finding nothing. lie'hired.'Indian "women "try walk, over- the ".bed 'of the' and inch, by inch', they felt with; their toes for substance which might be hidden-in the'triuddv with a broken needle in'was "the first findc then sieved' and placed under microscopic .examin- R. N. W. M. POLICE PATHOL i. .COL. FRED. WHITE Commissioner Rl Police 1S73 and abandoned ten. years lat- er. Here it'.was Sitting- Bnll 'carflej with Jiis armed and blood-tMrsty I .band, threatening the small' garrison, greatly, outnumbered 'indeed, put "on a brave front witHout ftrins .a single bluffed -into in-i timidation the old Savage, who came! to Icam that .British -authority meant peace not war. To Colonel French, 'the .-first Com- missioner of the Force, must "be ac-, corded the premier' honors of this' semi-military march across the lone- ly plains-. In the spring of 1874. three hundred set out across the prairies from Emerson, in Manitoba, towards the western sunset land "i and after sis hundred miles -had been ui ana, swallowed. the Nothing was ation, provided th-e tV ratcred en needle. tne dwelling to find ihc -proprietor ed by a small slough or-lakelet -with -and the camp-fire into unmistakable union. Further a gold stick-pin was found in the lake the-maker over in England was cabled for full information. The gold -merchant pro- vided another link in giving the, name, of-the purchaser a Mr. Hay ward-in England, who proved the. mur- dered man's brother. The Canadian -r Canada 5-. it: also dians, from .'the north men" had, .or known anything. iers. It. took a son to: place his_, facts'- I .Court, 'and the.. case.. was .thrown- But- ;-British Justice "balked: again and this 1 .chain of in exactness. death'1 penaltr, The nadian government" it. made plain --'two" fact's: part, of -His Ije' so larTcmoved. as to a cnminal Justice; and .another, tba.. West Mounted Police, -whether" in the protection of the' least Eimian -i; atom, livin-g under the government brought this .gentleman'toj as death! in the "discharge of duty, 'as -invincible R. N. W. M. POLICE SENTRY es the Woman? here nere. 0 at the o eas Pcur One shows a girl which the most, critical' would pronounce beautiful faM-v Perfect her "greatest charm lies in a mass ot r d t S Eir; Tbe picture as to features and other detail except tbat the wealth of hair is wanting. Both of tnese ladies attract attention anvwhere but each for a ler There is nothing which is so destructive to the hair as c..tidmff. This annoying .trouble to which everyone is more or less exposed is due to the working of an invisible growth or microbe called the Dandruff Germ. -It robs the hair of the snap and luster of health, burrows down into the follicle and eventually loosens the hair, allowing it .to fail out Newhro's Herpicide applied regularly and intelligently kills this germ keeps the scalp clean and hair healthy. Falling hair is thus prevented and, if the hair follicles have not become atrophied, a new growth of hair may be anticipated. The life and luster of Herpicide hair is beautiful to see. is uninisinkeable. An abundance of fluffy, glittering hair is a woman's chiefest beauty and to permit its needless destruction is unpardonable. R.. N. W. M. POLICE PATROL RECE IVING REPORT FROM A FARMER- NON-COM MISSION OFFICERS GET MEDALS Utta-wa, Sept. tioned non-commissioned officers of tne permanent force nave been .grant- ed medals for long service and good conduct: Warrant officer Andrew Me- UuUy, Canadian Ordnance Corps; War- rani: officer Henry Hougnton Timmis, Canadian Ordnance .Corps; Master Gunner, 3rd class, Thomas Holmes, Koyal Canadian Garrison Artillery; bquadron Sergeant Major Harry Ash- tob, Koyal Canadian Mounted Rifles: company Sergt. Maj. George Arthur ;iem.ents, Royal Canadian Engineers; aergt. John Ellesworth Gould, Royal! Canadian Regt.: Corp., Louis Canadian Regt Siberia and Nikolsevak in the same, province were officially, declared be Vi-thin the -cnolera zone. In. ending September 17th, was. a total of 3.412 cases and, deatns. In the last" six days there, nave been 301 -cases and in this city. In tie w-eek ,previous'" tnere were 339 cases and 316 deaths. MANY PEOPLE WERE CARRIED DOWN LADDERS Sensational Predicament of Minneap- olis People During a Fire .Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. ty men, women and children v.-ere carried down ladders and saved from There Is Nothing Just As Good Some druggist, who thinks more of a dime then he does'of the reai good of his may try to sell yo.u something "just as good" when you ask for Newbro's Herpicide. Insist on hsvir.g- the only Original Dandruff Germ Destroyer. Get Herpicide and Get Satisfaction One Dollar size Bottles and Guaranteed by all Applications obtained at the Better Barber Shops and Hair Dressing Psn'ors; also Wholesalers and Barbers. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY AT T f 4 Special Agents Send For Sample and Booklet A sample bottle of Herpicide, also a book- let telling about the care of the hair will be sent upon receipt, of ten cents in postage or silver. Address THE HERPICIDE CO., Dept. 43 t. Windsor, Ontario. WILL FORM INTERNATIONAL DOCKWCRKERS UNION L-oncion. Eng.. Sept. a view of strengthening the seamen's' position in the event of an interna- tional strike agaist the shipping .fed- eration mooted at the recent congress 1 at Copenhagen, a conference of dele-' gates representing twenty-six thous- and and thirteen trades unions cov- ering the docks and transport, workers j of Great Britain today, announced un- i 'animously in favor of an internation-j al union. The conference will re-assera- J We tomorrow. Representives of! French and American are in attendance. dock workers NEARLY HUNDRED THOUSAND DEATHS FROM CHOLERA SL Petersburg, Sept. fig- ures available at the sanitary bureau tnat during the present cholera eni- i you buy demic tUere have been cases! tho with deaths throughout tbe country. Today Habasovlk, a seat of (the general government of the Amur 1 Sold and guaranteed by land Capital of Primorskaya ALL LETHBRIDGE This trademark stands for all'that, purest in family remedies; There are no secrets about Nyal's impos- sible "cure-alls." The trade- mark stands for open and square dealing, Nyal Remedies mean no mys- terious nostrum, but pure ingredients compounded with scientific accuracy. "There's a Nyal Remedy for every ordinary similar to what your own physician would prescribe. We know the formulas of all Nyal's ex- actly what's in rnay know and your doctor can know too. That's why we cheerfully recommend them. you Tfe tion" ;