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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913 THE 7tIET.RBRIDGE DAILT HERALD PAGE ELEVEN' Hardware Stock Now Being Sold at Less Than Cost Positive Clearance We are Absolutely Quitting Buy Your Season's Requirements in Hardware Now 2 been lowered below wholesale cost to clear the stock in a must get out if we have to give Way. Don't .wait! Don't wonder how hig the values are, visit this sale and get your wants supplied while you have the opportunity. We invite you to look around the store and see the attractive bargains. Our stock has a well established reputation for Being clean, well selected and of first quality. It includes every- thing found in an up-to-date hardware Ranges, House Furnishing Hardware, Tools, Kitchen Utensil's, Cutlery and General Hardware. Don't Costs Nothing to Investigate Corner Fifth Street ami Fourth Avenue South UN .THE PEACE RIVER COUNTRY CITABLjljHED BY: WORKERS.''. ALTA. In'Alie spring or 1913 Biehop ol .Athabasca accepted an offer from the Waftcrn Canada Find of the Arch- blsh'opa of Canterbury and York, for thV.startfng'br a mission In the Peace country. Rev. Hugh Spcko and W.. Trevelyan, .both at the Southern Alberta mission'of 'which Canon Moral ot Cardston has charge, were appointed and cet out In Jnlyyfot tile far north. In "Occasipn- .1 a publication from London, Hn'gUnd, Jlr. Trevelyan has a very In- 'erwllng letter telling of the trip from '.oiiUfern Alberta lo the Peace niter. Following are some of the eicrlpU 'roiirlhls interesting letter: "T6_ pat It briefly Uia-'loiirneVcon- 'J of 500 miles ty railway-, 160 and 230, miles by read. The; (rain Journey diirafeed n affow words. H was. pieasinlly jn by two days at Calgary, one spent In collecting grubs in enjoying the of the Bdmouton Mis- alon. f fTheifealtei; va in a mixed trilo, lately and comparatively auraly. At Athabasca Landing we were welcomed by and en- tertained at Bishop's house. On our way down to the Hudsoi's Bay CO.'B the evening, we saw tie of Dloceae.-of Atliabasca, a big sounding title for a small frame building. A short dig- la uce.-down was the original' log'churcti of. the'place." i Regarding the boat trilp Mr. Trevel- yan Interestingly writes: "Once: on board the steamer we felt tbat'ijirf were tho outskirts of -that- 3ialf-mythlcal land known Peace River country, the the.settler.and hunter. .Our. boat-left the 'landing at dawn, and all thai day we moved slowly up stream, the steep banks thlckJiiVioojii- ed with popular and apruco prevented any view from the river, and for miles the only signs .of life nutarafid'barns jusedj-'an ''.Stopping places. In jrinte'f'-farl-fVelglitera "tHr- 'elllng on the R; ahade watchlng-'lhe river open but" in one long reach after another, and "we If, gaUiej.JnTorpatlpn'-Jjboul country fjbm.'.inen' wro.'jifle'w IL Itiwas not'easy'lo reallM orte "thing, that rivers' in th'is region flow north, and that by way of (he AUiR- basca and the. Peace a way, can be found Into the navl- two thousand miles. io .ieje: the difficulties that tl.nderv-' yelopment of this many years since all' supplied. in'.from rfudson Bay by water; "attil mo'rt recently the only methbist'jf getting up the Athabasca .canoe or by the York "or IWMlei) up stream by a stilng of track; 'ere. 'Tpaay two Hneis p( paddle'atBiim-. ;era a continuous ler.ylce, and at.wlirrbr.landing, where wV.left "tJfe Atliabasca, wb heard the roeiicwl. At Heirt River It itai ne- .to unload the and jj, ort the stuff In sn old 'dug-out .ioiEe.laK breeds uied. road was cut to a. .shallow arid teain and wafoa'were tho senior raeniber'itf'Tbur. never eycn.faltered fc'clfation 'of the prayers a'a saying Evensong In our tiny though our boat met the bank. wlth" an unusually vigorous and lurch." H The last stage ot tia mUBlonarj- Cie north country met l.lfelr flnt re.'ai Bad trails, laetfjH bridges'and. difficulty of securing equipment made the Journey be remembered by Mr. Mr. SpeTce; A buckboard, and for the journey had been'shipped from Edmontonj'tmt the stuff had net arrived, and It waa necessary to purchase new eciuipmerit before UiB land journey "could he Trerelyan iiriflrlVaiibt of the great e 'dp" for the mudholes l; Vamped at Ihe'crosi- jfiiat' troiied by-ferry to Piiijd aiid .three Saeta- inlks'froin Grind Pralrfe l.i the base "of-our opVra- At last we have reached the Protnised Land, and certainly, the set- Llewent Is for IJiere Is scarcely a" quarter sec' lion the degree 'oT'civillaiUoii Is almost dls- The 'ppsitlon and work of the church, through all tbls coun- dp riot corn's within, the scope of the p'orpose. of .which is slm'fiy to River branch of .the If you best ;in tlie city, we can supply you. Our stock is ihe largest to choose from. conform to ail government reg- ions and pure food laws. P. Burns Co., Limited i -'v maktt Kldniy.TrDUblei ;y.': VJe'Pfii.a If 'you suffer with, 'trouble, disagree- ryidlspr- ..ders) or are 'tor lured' with' rheu- Us V you'- will lw .'surprised how ;quickly., anil all jiich troiibjes.. .-Vlt'iso'aks. rlEh'tilli! Uiroagh the 'and; linings, neulialfzei, dlnplvcg arid makes bu.f'Snd'hlfer airay tho iiric.acW and.poisons frorri tho the and' urtniry' 'organs and well. liter f not Iwhr'. long, you you are, 'have It la pra'cilcally InpoMlbla jo. .take Croibiia -'wllbiut rtjdlts.' It .larls'to'w'oTk; you It and rs Rutrafitafd t9 re- lieve yoji fint'tltai you it, or.cotl you Tio'thbf. If-you sillier with: rains jn your-back andvaidM, eny signs of'. Wane.r, troutilt or ttmimttUM, nch is puffy swclllnjs nr.dt'r (lie eye's or In .the feat ftB4 if are nmous, tired'ahd'riin down or bothered witliriirlmiry dlior- re- 1lere; yo'ilr.., und do'''It ;An drjginal 'CCEII-but 'toil ill drag- jiiu lo the ,i has actusliy reached Its base of eratlons, and has.found a land fjill.of life and ftll 'of of use-' fulness." .7, age that are not attending regularly', and while {the hoard U.; to press" laif top canriot suffer to 'on uhchefVcd, whenF.'iher have tthe, vestwi in their hands to rem- edy the evil. (lonstable. Crookston will probably he appointed the trur ancy qfliper. To give the; bqy; oj whq'jjpes; not. a bill'who is'de- MAQRATH SCHOOL" BOARD APPOINT -AN' ._. NEW _ ses- sion ol the school board was held last- evening, Chaicm'an Joseph Har- ker, Ira C. Flelchrr, and B.oar'd John 11. Turner being in attendance. The prin- ciple item of'husiness discussed was (lie appointment ot a truancy. officer tb enforce the truancy, law. There are a large Dumber of children in Ma- grath who should be 'at tending'school, biit-who. ate to be lound on the streets o.r elsewhere in the town. This being an the board s determined to eliminate it, and an olTiccr will be appointed-early nest week to put into tjm pro-1 visions of the law. Tarents will iieM responsible: for' cjiildicn ql school j ihiprovlng his mind, the board at' -teling last' night towards-organization of winter course lor that .par- ticular class br If suffici- ent students can L'e mduccil to crifbll the class, will rbe. organized under an efficient instructor immediately after Christmas holidays, arid will continue lor about three months.1 This is a splendid opportunity for "the (arm hoy io obtain ,a fair as the course be. so pjaVmed -as to give Ihe student a', wefl rounded course in the ground work bi an'edu- cation.-The following the work will, be -taken up-where the class that a new'and a higher grade of work will he given Hch term. The.'board is also extreniejy an- vious ,tq:'ease the'number school, 'students, as the provincial government lias aulhMze a sp'c'cial grant il. the class atferiding the advanced graJej" will warrant it. Principal Wpoll stated that the school to vamtageously accommodate larger number, aid urgeil the' board to upoii the mmds ol'-. Ihe people the asset to the' young person starting out in life of i'. high school training. An eathest cf-'. fot'l will he made lo increase theen-' rolinent after-the-holidays. THE .GOVERNOR. Duke and Ducheu Aikrd Nug'geta orj'-jAiini. Inatwi T DawEon, T. T., and EJuche'33 of Cpnnaught Fatvlcla will be InviteU TJawsori of the Arctic hrbtherKoiid 'to visit the Yukon next summef.yjAiillK luniinated. invitation- b'aa'-, parcd and will be forwarded, days to'tie governor-general, 'tjiiiiis form of "a Yukon-lantera'Jroade of tanned moose arid-finished .In pyrpgraphlc'art., It'is four, feet high, with exfra'vagaut 'iish- Ings of white- caribou-.akin; appended to which. Is the InvilaUoti. On each hroa4 Inserted'Yukon-iVlews. b'jrned designs shows a jcld >fid- from, this Klondike: nuggets. t.....i'--.. A SLUMP IN MEAT PRICES Our "Home-Maae Mince Meat" None better any place. Carefully made from the Choiceit Meats Oar iWef ll AlWrta can proiiuM, Fer any havt no uie. Our Mutton, loo, imall, young It It Our art the that can put all Vthira'alliMly in i- r. Te that what wa aay la. trvt, TharVt enly: thlni yad Phone 1Q55 for a Trial Order MARKI 13th Sb-Wt North ;