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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta T. E. PATTESON Real Estate Agent Oliver Block Phone 163 HalfAcre lot 96x225, and 6 roomed cottage on Red-path St. $2500 00 8 lots Ford St. corner of Westminster, each $316 00 6 lots Riverview Addition, corner of Guiness and Solomon Sts. $2000 00 4 lots Brunton St, at $250 00 each. 3 lots Argyle Avenue at $250 each. 3 lots on Rogers St. $275 00 2 lots and 5 roomed brick house, corner Cutbill and Courtland sts. A bargain 2 $2000 00 2 lots, Block 91, at.....r..............................?223 3 lots, 83^x137^ with 5 roomed house, on OutbiU street. Rents for $15 a month. A bargain at.................... |2 XX) IN THE BUFFALO DAYS Creal Hunt Took Piatt Years A|o on the Prairies. carbonated Beverages supplied by us arsalwoys of the highest and uniform qoalitj. giving the greatest amount of satisfoction to the cunsuiner. They can be relied upon as beinK alMolutelypure in all respects, of the most' delicious flavors, proiieriy charged with gas, and so carefully bottled as \a insure perfect freshness and effervescence. ^ Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. for the best 9ekvice jn Lethbridge stop at the [hotel Dallas! we are advertised our satisfied friends The Tired Man's Comforter is a little roll of "weed," scarce five inches long, with the magic-name "t�)bacco." Sines Baleigb's day the civilized world has shared the In-diaifs delight. Our modest share in the business of bringing peace is the supply of cigars. WALLACE & HOSELTON Cigars, Tobaccos aiid PiiJes. Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. Wo can guarantee yon complete satisfiaotion. Letirip Wm Co. (Suocessdrs to Horner S^ Hotobinion) KNO.X CHUftCH SITE ' pwin.ii 'lo ths stormy .\veath3r. tiho nwetiRg of Knox � church congregation last Thursday t.Throe sit�a.are proposed. J. K. Lethbridge announced thwt fl8,-v'�rdB the new church. A comns'lttee waji appointeid and 340 kai alraady MM HubseriM t#- 'einpowvred to dispose of the present church property and glebe as such time as It sees flt. Tho oomitnittee consists of T. L. Naismith, ^. B. X�thbridge. II. Macbeth. A. D. Stafford. .E. U. ItjIaHds, Hu,.h '9co*t atid C. V. Branett. �. " - I. O: S. Van W�rt has twan elecr-Ml praattfsat Mm (te%ary Board �f TfiMs. iTorojili) .Satucday Xight.) It is much to Uj regroUed that more of tho adventurous spirits Who explored tho Canadian North-Wesft half a century ago were not g�^d ftory, tollers, it is only of la��yc�rs that, thij iiu{>ortanue of proMrriog record* of Western life in th� early day.i has (;��an recognlajd. "Vowb to the jiresant day," declares a wirltw-in the Winnipeg Prwa Press, ''inowt interesting phases of Weatem WUt and Aprtbern life hav� tiaen loM t'hrou^h ^not having beea'rscontod: For Instance, but one or two' any'*: thing like passable accounts of buffalo-hunting scenj: to have boon writ-Mi, Very few sconi to have the foro-thouglit to put en record what is actually hapfieuioK today, and vanish.njf cu.stoma and nwties of Mito almost always h�vc to Ijc record^ in restrospect. SonK of the very bt-st nooids extant of perio.1s of hisr toiy, records nioidu> use of by alt his-tonuns, are simply personal diarieHj .lottlnii^s of the little happenings ancl of th(,'ffo.wtip af the day, ivW-h no thought, whatever of their haVii^ any ultimate value. :Pop8y's 'Diary* and Bosw^ll'a 'Johnson' are taval-^ u�blo -books of this sort. Iii the same way, tho records kept by the Uud.saii's Hay Factors at thoir outlying po.sts are full of tho moot rbal and valuable historical, material. Muth of such material is,being gwthr eivd up and made use of;- put into living lorm in history or in flotloBi' TIk! satnie writer refers at lengt^hv t una of the fhost interesting books evcT writ't�;ii on Western Canada' 'in: the early days. This is the volume by Paul Kane, tho artist, extracts; trom which arc to be found in sonie of the old Ontario public school nvadnr.i. Though protty well foigotv;J ton, n cunta'ns the story of one q\ tha most remarkable Journeys ' ever madf- hy a Canadian through his native country. ;j' i'aiil Kane was born in Little York now Toronto, "in iSlO, long before this city had laid claim to ^bcing the A'thnns of Canada. After some years siAsiit a'vroaid in studying art lie r*^ turn:d and attracted tb3 attention of Htom. O. W. Allan, of Toronto and Sij- George Siinpscn, the governor of the Ilud.son's liuy Company, by his paintinge, repnasantativo of Indian ind fronytier life. In 1814, enooUr-a^d by those patrons, he planned an cxtonsivo Western trip. In 1846 he started, hut on reaching the Sault he T^und ho had set out upon bif! adV'oncure too late, and woa forced to rotum. In the spring of 1840 ho commctioad his memoraii'o journey. In company with Sir OeolgB Siimpscn. Kane travelled' by all the slow and ardous mcthoda^known in those days, right across the growt Wo�t, passing throu,^h/ Fort William. Fott Oarry^ Fort Edmonton and many other posts, through tho Oregon country, and on to Fort Victoria on V'ani'ouv-or Island. He nwt with remarkable advmturea, "bdf-laio-hitRt.n^, exploring, fighting In-couricils of cMuis, making portages, trading, putting ail those scene* of on canvas, and with many and car�' IKople and places vory clovorely upi-dians. s.hooling rai)ids, attmding ful ol>servutions into a book." After \\\a years of wanderinig Kane roturned fiom tdie West in 1848, and Eot to Work on 'his book and on the ele.boratlono'i his sketches. He had intendoi to follow the (Irat. volunto with eno'thar, and possibly to nmke another joajrney, when his eyesight faitod and work, either of brush or pen, had to be given up. The disap-poini^ient .o( having th,us to forego his chosen litt> work avob very great. Sir Daniel Wilson says of him: ''My nietnory of tha veteran artist is of a grull and nwody luan, emibittered by tha sparing gratitude of. a peopla to whose information and pioasurs h� biMl sacritiood his life." Kana has been described as the Father' of Canadian Art. and a man who was "not an adventurer merely or an j artist seeking nowlty, but a patrio-; tic Canadian tilled with a largo and worthy idea." Paul Kane's book, called "Wan -dorin|ra of an Artist, among the Indians of North" America from Can-ada to Vancouver's Island and pp�-goh. throufiJi tlio Hudson's Day Comipany's territory and baclf again, contains a dsscrlption of a. bufIk.lo bunt, which is probably the moat realistic account over gi\'en, of the manner in which these animals were slaughteixKl when they ra�nM>d the prairies in numerous herds. When he rc�(.h:d Winnipog. tb^n Fort Oarry, he found that the settlement had moved westward for the semi- annual buffalo hunt Just three days before his arrival. This was, how. ever, the very sort of thing he had come-fill 'the vay front Toronto to see and engage in. so, securing a guide, he followed in the wako of title live hundiwd carts, the men. women, children and dogs of the art.-t'en'jont, In describing the hunt, in which he enthusJastically took part, ho says: "The nrst dny.ibulTalo wore sighted was a day of great excitement U> all in the party. Women and children, *jnHe eciually with .huntors, were eager for th.i sladghtcr, the horses sesiro cd keen, and the d^ga whined expectantly, o^tm forgetting to flght. Twenty-five were soon tho flrsrt day and for the next few days only a few. At last ths scouts ridlny hftk r�Mrt�� Ml flMMias herd �r koils Iwut two miles ahead � FriMU a rim of ground they ?ould he mm covering a wkle expanse of plain, scat -tered out, quietly feediag. It waa contrary to the law of the tiibe iu such a case for any to attack before all wAe ready. Fdr a few nkinutes there was grsat hustle of prapam-tion. lilach hunter looked to tiie girths, leaded his rifle, aad 0IM hie mouth with balls, so that be aright re-Iced while at ful) speed. 'Hte older hunters oautloeed the youii�sr, and the chief of the hunt gave floal orders. Thelhoraes WMre then NiriUHd toward the hard nod had eotas wMI�> in itOO yards before the hidMA aware of danger. Tkan wi'th bound, they sot off at a Creait 1 bering gallop, and ths chaas was en. In about twenty minutes the hua-ters were in t^ mJdet of the buflhlo. riding-recklessly, end firing wt a few yards distance. As each buOaUi fMI tha hunter who claia�d him threw ofT some article of apparel, a rei^, a cap, or scarf carried for thsA purpose, to mark their prey, then ee-loading at full gallop, spHlinf a bult^ into the barrel and atrikinf t>he butit on tte saddle pommel, he v-as soon akjn^side another wiotim. It was a wild socna. and such achaiK was enough to Are tho most pheg-matlc. There were not fewer than four or five th3usand bufTalaoe in the hurd. monstrous well-fed enlmr aISi all iuUs, not a single cow among them. The Chase lasted ahout an hour in which time about qMIDmONJ)F CATTLE NMHciM Hal District Seems to be SirfrflriRg laliy, The Ifedicinc Hat News says:- Up till the present throu^ witlir out any very groat iosii^ but the bif iranehcr will be hit hard, As one ot tJiem put in yestci^ay.'vhc had :,ta^ toid that h�^ coul'd stijnd^ losing. a i iiundred head. So be cpuM. ::I>ut if j ha lo*�s sca-en or eight hundredwhcre 'will he i�? The shape the entitle are in which have drifted 'into..the .citj\ aad die.i here on the streets: tell., a. 20(11 story which'nli can read.. Ttio ,situ-^l ation amongst the sheep ranchers is even worse, a-s may be g'atfaerecl.froni the HtatcnKnt that Jthn. Wills, ..put at Chappioe'' l4tke is slaughtering �.u . . . �r . i fifteen hundred. head in order . that That the mtereet in the Nation.! ~ ^^ evenings hold w�,kly in W-leych�rch ^ IZC.^^^nJ^ under the auspices of the Yo��g' v - , Men's Club, is Increasing, was amply demonstrate!^ on Thurjdw^ �re�i�g bi^'f^wed'to kill., last,, when notwithstanding llw announces to hit old friend� and cuiitomers he has opened a . General Luilier Bosiness On Baroness Road, east of the Coi.Tt House POll inSii OR EXI>CRT T^UtlMdge CoMcrvi^tory of mJ J. GEO. HABPEB, - Dii SAVE NOW - . Give Hifn a Call. carcases lay an thi� prairie," Eveaiag for SeolclMMtt. the spring. He Wili.get nothing. :but the vnlue of the pelts of thosnBc8 were reMlily gives. The address of llcv. Wm: Heid ^ serves special ment-ion. the reverend Ihe Maple Creek New's says:. ."The wlBteiv o�l�06-07 will} long,be: remembered throughout the-rtoiching oouBtry as oiKJ ,of the wjorst ,ever.c;tT pe'rionoMl. Compared 'with other dla-tricte Mapte Creek .conies ofl.lightly, and althougit with a a^ii^tcr such^ as this there will of necessity ..bo some ibmee' yet 'they will pot be ,so large as^ for instance in the'; country tc-twam Medicine Hat" ifmA . Calgary, whers- thinifs are reported at their worst: To: the north ,^>would stand to lose, more thani iiiU.ion dollars by the severe winter. Ue ha> mode a tour, of inspection, aiootf^thO; transcontinental lines hotfa 4n the' UaHed flitaitaking ; it down aad killing nearly o^no hun- I itrM sheep in tlu wi�ck. j Arixl cow, with a white faw, car half cut'blT and right ear under-cut.v She has a rod'and _ wMte. cajf, similarly markfjtl. No other marks visibk!. At present, o\wng to . the jjrsvailing'cold'is unalilc t'o get up. Ownsr ' can have sama by proving property, and paying *1.00*pcr day-and! expenses; : Apply at. ;t)his office. Royal Nortli West Mounted Police TENDEItS FOitlCE. � ilAHRIlSD BEARDS-STKWART -On ^ant^ry aoth at the i�simt*ils of croup appear, it will prsvMit' the attack. I'his gmMy esnt�!�s If you are constljHited,. dull or bij�- | ^ioos. sf have a sallow, lifeless, pom- ] -wAi. piexiM. \'ill hsreduotion of grade between here ing InJurtouB and mothers five it to Macleod. ftnd4.ht> erection of the Wg bridge and the building of new. Some Good Lincsof MENS SHOES Just arlrived .^ -v You get the Iienefft of -Diy . experience as n> pract icnl man. Come and look'at'th^>m.' BRING YOUR. REPAIRS. Repairs dqp'e while yoit wait, F. QERMAN loan lell yon lots Tabor for 1100, that, aeUing at I20O in a time. Qftod Faming Land W. p. tUSSELLf RealBrtateAReni Tkhatl SMOKE ^ Lfthbridgr ibvaiia MANtrrAfmring. 6 City Bakei F. C. Goehe. Pi Sympsis Of AHY (fen niaMre4 aeciton o\ .Luid* ta Mwutobs. Ssakatei! Alberu eaccriist r sa4 x.., najr be aesiMiefdea br tajr I �o:e betS ef t (usllr. or lari-----... f ise, te the cst�at�f eM-sttstursM in tcr�%iiMre;er'1ess.'.''i;^ �atrf erastbs: mate fetesasilyst I itnd oS�c tor the Sleirtet In wMek the!) ttOlM. .-. Taei�>eiesusaertB required to I - eondtt om connected tberewlib^ naSerl 'hefoilovlnRplSM.:' 1. Atlewi moBlbs' residence n|i ciiUlTSt! >n of Ihe land la caeb jmr f rratdeaca, aur.ba!( rty aneb paraon-ieaMlag: wlife the voltaer. �. If lUeaattlarhasblaverwaatati iponiaraiiiit isad owsad by klmls t ur or hta homaatead. tbe nHtuirenaaUf, Kaidanca mar lia aatlaSed b; natdaaesl the aaid land. su moiiaa' aetiea In wrtitai aboeM I to the Oommtaalesar et Domlatos; Ottawa of isicatloB to vn\y for salt W.W.OuaT. OeputT of the malaiar of tha laii AT KEAN^S- Grand Fancy Boies Of by the best makers. EnglishL kers, a swell line at 15c. a^ I per bos. . Onr Santa Clnus \ tngs, from 5c. to $1.5(>, are � save you a lot of bother, anUj. the childreitbest. We alfOi^ a few Dolls. Apiilea by the I Harrel. Fniih UrangM. Baiu Leaiont, ^pea, Pean, Nitta;;! dv, �to. Hot tea, odTee and:: olate a specialty. J. W. Kean & OppoaiteP.O. ThoM i TOWN LOfi X Residential Lota in "C" and "P," Apply^. RMACMBTlil RealEsteteUK) li One dark bay five years b|d,j�hit� itar branded Alab Bories''bnoded TS left hip. 16.00 per head j Address, 3om Ck\ Lethl .Ritnge, Chin Conlie and. nr. Fnriell;hoi?r-li . ehoi SWMloii. iua>' \omZ\ an eyejas^ tiha''r(�M*^-(^^ ;