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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta " * ' t j". Iff Mb T. E. PATTESON IN THE BUFFALO DAYS | Great Hunt Took Place Ycirs A|o on the Prairies. (Toronto Saturday Night.) Real Estate Agent Oliver Block Phone 163 Half.Acre lot 96x225, and 6 roomed cottage on Red-path St. $2500 00 8 lots Ford St. corner of Westminster, each $315 00 6 lots Riv~erview Addition, corner of Guiness and Solomon Sts. $2000 00 4 lots Brunton St. at $250 00 each. 3 lots Argyle A\ enue at $250 each. 3 lots on Rogers St. $275 00 2 lots and 5 roomed brick house, corner Cutbitl and Courtland sts. A bargain $2000 00 2 lots, Block 01, nt......\.............................S225 5 lots, MJxlinj. with 5 roomed house, on Cutbill street. Kent* for $15 a month. A Imrguin nt....................$2 HK) CONDITION OF CATTLE ftlmut two inillc* ahead. Pram .* Hm> of ground thoy could hu wen covering a wide expanse of plain, neat - tered out, quietly feeding, It wm jMfdlclflC Hit DlltflCt fetlM tO be SafftrinJ Badly. It Is much to bo regroUcd that more of tho adventurous spirit* who explored the Canadian North-West-half a century ago were not good story, tollers. It in only of lateyoara that thn Importamw of preferring roeor.Js of Western life in tho early days has i.-wsn recognised. "Down to tho present tiny," declares w writer In the Winnipeg Frt� Press, "most interesting phase* of Western Ufa ana Northern life havu been lost through .not having been recorded, for Instance, but ofto or two- anything like passable accounts of buffalo-hunting seem to have been written. Very few acorn to have tho j fore-thoUglit to l'Ut ui racord what is actually happchlog today, and vanish n^ customs and modes of Mfe 'almost always havo to Ik- recorded In re�troH]Jcct. Sonic of tho very last rimuds extant of iwrlods of history, records made use of by all hls-torinn*, niv simply personal dierioflj * itrtt itms of the little happenings and of the gossip ot the dny, with no thought whalover of their having any uiliiimto value. ' I'apsy's 'Diary* 'nnil lkwwell's 'Johnson' arc invaluable -hooks of this noK. In the seme way, tho records kept by the Hudson's Hay Factors at thoir outlying posts arc full of tho most real nitd viilunble historical material. Mmh of Niich material is.being gathers! up nn.l made use ofj' put into living form in hittory or In Action.' The swno writer refers at length to on.-* of tho most Interesting booka ever written on Western Canada In the early days. This is tho volum* l,y Paul Kane, tha artist, extracts Iroin which arc to be found in somo of the old Ontario public school reader*. Though protty well forgot-; ten. it ronta'ns the story of ono of tlu> most remarkable Journeys ever mod,, by a Canadian through his unlive country. 1'aul Kuuo was born in Little York now Toronto, 'In itJIO, long before this city had lakl claim to being the Athens of Canada. After some years 'm|An est and uniform i|uality. giving the ihJ* *���n:ur� too lute, and was forc-grcutest umount of satisfaction toluol"! to return. In tho spring of 1840 consumer. They can bo rolled upon j ho commenced his nwmomi.'u jour-n� beirin absolutely pure in all res-j >�>. l�> company "'-(Xicts. of the uiost nnliciou� tlnvors. I �impscn contrary to the law of the tribe in such a case for any to attack before all wdfo roady. Fdr a few minutes bbefe was great bustle of preparation, bVich hunter tookail to Ills girths, Icaxtod his rifle, and filled hto mouth with balls, so that he might re-load while at full speed, The older hunters cautioned the younger, and the chlof of tho hunt gave float orders. The I horses ware then wraiked toward the hard and had coma wtttv In VOO varus before the buffefta WWW aware uf danger. Thun with a bound, they sot off �t a great lumbering gallop, and the chase was on. In about twenty minutes the hunters were In tijp midst of the buffalo, riding recklessly, end firing at a few yards distance. As each buftalo fall On hunter who claimed him threw off some article of apparel, a mife, a cap, or scurf carried for that purpose, to mark their prey, then reloading at full gallop, spitting a bullet into the barrel and striking the butt on the saddle noounel. he vm soon alongside another victim. It was a wild seem, and such aehaftq was enough lo fire the moat phag-nvitic. There wore not fewer than four or five thiusnnd buffalose in tha herd, monstrous well-fed animals, all lulls, nat a stnglo cow among them. The chase lasted about an hour in which time about 500 lay an tha prairie." carcases v I Carbonated I leverages with Sir Ooorgo i.....- - ----.......______ _________( Kane truvolled by all tho projwrly charged with gas, and so!�low mid oi^lous methyls known in cariiiuliy bottled as to insure* perfect i these Unys. right across the great freshness and effervescence. |\Vost. passing through Tort wmiani. I nl'Ukf irl a D ' O ' '',ort (,0,r>'- tort Kdmonton and L6inDn(jgO DrCWing flt many mher potits. through the Uro-RI-Ijl' A i .  ^on country. a;.d on to Fort mailing company, Ltd. i�ru� ��vamouvur rsmmi h.� FOR THE PEST SERVICE JW LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE Vic-met � with romurknble adventurea, "Ixlf-;iaio-hunt n;, exploring, fighting In-rounclis of clrie.'s. making portages, itr-ndlng, putting all those scenes of on vanvas, and with many nn-l car*-f|ho|tle ni>:i places very cleverely ur- (liens, tthoollng rnpitls, ntUiv'Jing ,ful observations into a book.'' Aftor two years of wandering Kane rotumoil from the West in 1848, and Uot to work on 'his book and on the lelaboratlouoi his sketches. He had ' lutendo I to follow ttu> first volume j with rnothi>r. and possibly to make I another journey, whtn his eyesight ' fai'wl and work, either of brush or l�on, haJ to le glvrn up. Tho disappointment of having thus to forego his chos.-n life work w�r very great. Sir t>an:ol Wilson says of him: "My -Jmemory of th.-> veteran artist is of a i gruff and moody man, embittered by ! the sparing gratitudo of a people to whose information and pleasure ho had anrriucod his life." Kano has , been described as tho Father of Canadian Art. and a man who was "not an advi-nturer merely or on art.et soaking novelty, but a patriotic Canadian filled with a largo and worthy idea." l'nul Knn/s book, colled "Wan-doririgs of an Artist, among the In- Can - Evening for Scotchf****. That the Interest In tho National evenings hold weekly In wealeychurch under the auspices of the Young Men's Club, is increasing, was amply demons Ira iody on Thursday evening last,, when notwithstanding tha unfavorable' weather, the Club parlors were again filled to th-jir capacity. Tho occasion was the Scotchmen's evening, and It was itmncaaelr swe-ccasful. The chair was occupied by [Mr. James llltchle. who was voted to the seat nt honor by his com -patriots. The progrumtw. which was a first-class one and showed that the Scotch are not behind in their ability to entertain an audience, consisted of a song, "Mary of ArgyWs" ly W. M. Itobaon: reading, Mr. R. Sage; chorus. "Annie Laurie"; song, Mr. Root. Harvey; address. Her. Wm. Held; song, 0. A. Smith; chorus "Uonnle I'rince Charlie"; reading*, "The Cotters Saturday Night," by special request, liuv. Wm. Held. The numbers were well rccotved and In most cases heartily encored, and responses were readily given. The address of I lev. Wm. Hold deserves special mention, th* rewrewd gentlomnn oulog c'.ng Scotland am* the Hcotch itt a manner veil calculated to send tho "Hi'land" blood courses quickly through the veins of all her sons. Tho pastor. Rev. .1. K. Ibighson, also made a happy and good-natured s|>wch. which aided In keeping the audience in the best of humor. After refreshment* were serwnd, the audience lingered and sang many more of tho old Scottish songs, closing with tho National Anthem 'Aold Lung Syne." To-night the third of the series will be held, when the Irishmen es-l�ct to havo a "foine tolme" wKh their friends. The Medicine Mat Kcws says.- Up till the present the ranchers having 1 been hoping, against hope thai the wcuth?r would moderate and that j the mildness of the succeeding; .\Wnr I tar months would save the cattle nil- j uailon. Conditions, however, have j now reached the point where the j worst is feared and thj percentage of | loss will without doubt bo appalling ] tiritucs with only theoretical ideas'of | Use cattle bislnoas state thiut tho j fault Ilea with the ranchers in not ' putting up chough hay to tide them j over tha winter season, but th-> fnl- ' lacy of this argument Is easily prov- i ed by an arithmetical calculation of | the amount of toed It would require ) to carry a thousand head throughthe j period of deep snow and brtoor woath ; or, which has already' elapsed since the cold set in. Those handling ' small bunches will pull through with- | out any very great loss but the big rancher will be hit hard. An one of tswm put In yesterday, he had been told that h* could stand losing a hundred head. So he c'puVd. Hut If ' he loses seven or night hundredwhere . will ho be? The shape the cattle am In which have drifted Into the city J and died here oft the 411*0018 tell a 1 story which nil can read. The situ-*, ation amongst the sheep ranchers is even worse, as may be. gathered from j the statement that Jthn Wills, out'! at Chapplce ' iAkc Is slaughtering i fifteen hundred head In ,order that'-he may have enough food to - carry -I remaining thousand head until j the spring. He will.get nothing ,but ' the Milue of the pelts of those he i has been forced to kill.. ..' t announces to his old Friends r and customers i he has opened a . General Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east of the Coi.rt House OH EXPERT , GO TO The Uthbridfe Conservatory of J.GEO. HABPfiR, - Dli Give Him ia Call. Get the photo Habit -- IT'S A GOOD ONE- The Maple Creek News say*: "The { winter, of 1000-07 will long be re - I membernd throughout the  ranching [ country as one ,of the worst ever ex- j perleneed. Compared >tihi. other dls - ; , nr^RV Tnp Iricte Maple Creek conies off,lightly, iWftA 11 AUW, BftDtJKI!. 1HE BUT SAVEMONr NOW - - 1 can sell yon lots nSl Tabor for $100, that wSI selling nt $200 in a ino| time.' Good Farming Lsml^ also. 1 W. P. RUSSELli Real Estate Agent Tiborl SMOKE + Urilibridge llavaiui Si �teaftMmaV MAMOFACTDBBBS. and although with a wjnter such as this there will of necessity .be some losses .vet they will not be .so large ass Mr Instance in the, country fco-twasn Medicine Hat' and . Calgar>-, where' things are reported nt their worst. To the north of Maplo Creek where the country is'flat, the loss in wattle we are afraid will l>e considerable, many of the smaller ranchers having already exhausted their stock . ot hay, whilst tho larger romchcra ' ~ will undoubtedly suiter n big loss In ; their cattlo on the'range: �Itcports|-from the south, however. Indicate I that the cattlo are io good shape, usrAL RUSH W: W. HAND FORD CHOICE ANDIES AKES B City Baker] F. C. Ceche, Proi l.AllOTl UNION HALL. I A 'the :ew use nights arc still open for the of Clubs Lodges, etc., 'in the country being more hilly furnishes a tastier feeding ground and so long aa the cattle are kept on the move there is every prospect that the majority will come out In the spring faring little the won*, than in other winters. Synapsis Of Caiaiaa llartM homestead teauumoNsIl AMY ��rn autnfccreit MCtton o___ XmA* In Manitoba, St�lt�tchrwasl *tb�ru csccpttsi  aa* who! 40 e bc�S of a faiatly, or as? staleovett 111 t tge, ta the talent of oae-quartsr aesiil ton acre*, more ones*. * , . �ntr; araetba mate seraesatlj at u*| land off ce for lbs district In wbtcb the 1 situate. Tbc tiomeetf ader Is rtiutred to perfor condlt oas connected therewith under  he Mluwlnn plane.: I. At li��t wa month*' retldence up, ... '' ...i,d. No otber marks visible. At present, o\wng to the prevailing cold'is unable to get up. Ownjr can have sumo by proving property and paying 81.00 per day and exiienses. Apply at this office. The Tired Man's Comforter is a little roll of "weed," scarce five inches long, with tha magic name "tobacco." Since Raleigh's day the eivilivuxl world hns shored tho Indian's delight. Our modest slmro in the business of bringing peace is the supply of cigars. ' diims of North America from WALLACE & HOSELTON'�� v�*o�w ***** �^ j 1,00. through OXF. MAN'S INDIVIDUALITY How Ono Can nest Study the Suitability ol a Suit. The le�* money a man wishes to spend on his clothes the more import ant It Is that he shou'd give careful thougirt to every little detail. A garment which must ho worn for a whole season must tie right or K carries with it discontent whenever donned. * In the web of cloth no msm can tall how tho suit will fit his individuality ah**) made up. To get the right effect one must Cigars, Tobaccos and Pipes. Stock Saddles * Furui Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., alway* on hand. Wo can guarantee yon complete satisfaction. (Successors to Horner & Hutchinson) 2 it 9t9i�mii99?n�iaa* *f9aaaaa#aa#a�a#�99wi knox enuncii site.'' pwin? to tha stormy weather, tho mooting of Knox church congregat -ion laat Thursday evening w�4s not largely atnendrd. It was decided to select the slto for a now ohurch by ballot. Throe sites.are proposed. J. K. Lethbrldge announced that Sl8,-v�rds the new church. A coraroUtee was appointed and 340 had already bate subscribes ta- empowered to dispose of tho present church property and glebe aa such timo as it sees fit. Tho committee consists of V. L. Naismith. .). 13. LothbHdge. If. Macl>oth, A. n. Stafford. .E. V. llylanda, llu. h � Scott and C. V. Bennett. -*i #. 11 1- I. G. S. Van Wart has bean elect-ad president at tfcs Calgary Board of Tress. _ the Hudson's Day Company's territory and bsck; again, contains a description of a huRalo hunt, which is probably the most realistic account over given of tho manner in which these animals were sliiughteitxl when they roamed the prairios in numerous herds. When ho rraih.d Winnipeg, tlwn Fort Carry, he found that the sottlomont had moved westward for the semi- annual buffalo hunt lust three days before his arrival. This was, how. ever, tht* vory sort of thing ho had como all tho way from Toronto ta soo and engage In, so. securing a guide, ho followed in the wake of U;� five hundred carts, ths men. women, children and dogs of the sot -t'anwnt. In describing the hunt, in which he eitthuHlfthtUully took part, i Ho says: "The first day .'buffalo wore sigiTted was a day of groat �xc|tenunt to all in tho party. Women and children, quite equally with hunters, w�re eager for tha slaughter, tha horses seem rd keen, and the dpgs whined ex  poctsntly, oven forgetting to fight. Twenty-five were seon tho first day and for the next few days only a few. At last the scouts riding back reptrtat aa faaaasaes sard e* etrils wear Semi-ready garments. Thevars .shipped made to tlie finished to order stage, and a man can try a suit or owe* coat on and sea just how its tone and expression suits his individuality. This effect is only possible In th) Semi-ready garment, and la iil-posslbte to produce in any hut this tailoring system. There ia only one "Semi-ready." Sewn on the pocket ia the trade-mark label. A. Southard asks you to see the silken semi-ready label on the Inside of pockets of coats, trousers overcoat*. A dispatch from St. Cloud. Minn., to the Minneapolis Journal, snys: J. H. HowoIIh of Alinot, one ofthe ceding buyers of cattle and sheep In the west, while In thin -itv stated ttsst the cntt k>men of tho W'-V � juld stand to lose more than i itiit Ion dollars by tho severe winter, lie has made a tour of Inspection along tho transcontinental .lines both 4n tho Carted States aad Canada, and Bays that the losses will not be so groat , in North Dakota as in Alberta and | Montana. In tho Alberta country, according I to Mr. ITowalls, cat tie by tho thousands had hudJIed together along tho ' railroad tracks and dead cattle were to bo seen for a hundred miles or , 1 tnnro lying 20 deep in some places. ^ Tenders for tho supply, ilellvory, The same ennnition*. ht� says, pre - ,RWi' packing of ISO tons of good, vail in Montana. clear ice nt (he barracks, l4>thbridgo, About a week ngo, Mr. Howells be received by the undersigned says, ho was at Havre, Mont., nn-l i'Up to noon nt Monday., tha 11th day a rancher offured him 10.000 she.-p ,0f Kebrimiy, 1007. for S3.000 which ^ast fall were worth ] \ five f .IAS. O. WILSON, out of Havre nearly dOO | Superintendent, cars of. cattle, but this year it has ; ComuiandiQg ">" Division been unable to got out a siu^le car- ^0 papcr wM, lH) ^ for publishing it�r>. i. It the f�ihrr(nr irother, If tbe fatl. leccaned) ot the home leader * ablet s] firm in the vlclslt; of the land eatarcS I rcqnlreuente u 10 reatdeace mar .b hfincb aerann.taaldlai with the (aM tothet. I. it tUe�eUUThasbtac�>s>ai>eatt�a.. leen farming land owaed by hint In tb* ' uy or hia bonwatead, tbe rsttulramaala -reatdence may be aaUsBcd by fsaMeacsl tha saM land. J Bla monoa' soUct la wrlllng ehonld be I to the Commtaaloner of Dominion Lasi Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent. W.W.OUST. Deputy of lbs Mtntatcr ot the lau Royal North West Mounted Nice TENDERS FOR ICE. ' AT KEAN'S- - Grand DiapUtl Fane; Boies of Ci by the best makers. English wreck. this advertisement without, prop er authority. J. W. Kean&d Opposite P. 0. 'Phone Itown lots mahwkp BEARDS-STEWART - On January 30th at tha raaidence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. A. M. 0�f� don. Mark IWards to J. Ifotsn Home (Ella) only daughttw of BSy. and Mrs. John F. Stewart. A HAU1T TO BR EKCOL'IIAOED. Tho mother who has acquired the habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Ohambnrlain's Cough Itemedy, saves herself a great amount of uneasiness and anxiety. Coughs, colds and croup, to which children are suscopt-iblo are quickly cured by Ms use. Ij. counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumcn'a. aad it givtn as soon as the first symnHNh* of croup appear, it will prevent' the attack. This snnedy contain* nothing injurious and mothers five rt to little ours with a fesKag of perfect asstfrfSy. �sld h| c|- If you are con�*tli>ated. dull or bij-Uoos or have a sallow, lifeless complexion, .try 'Lax-ets Just omv to see what they will do for you. Ixi'x-eta ant little toothsome Candy tablets -^alce to eat. nice in effect. No griping, no pain. Juitt a gvntlo luxu -tive offset stmt is pleasingly desirable Uandy for the vest i>ocket or purse. Lax eta meat every desire. Lax-ets come to you in beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 5 iint.s and 25 cents. Mold by .1. JV Jlijrinbothum & Co. BALL of the Lethbridge City Band Will take place on Monday. February II, 1907 OLIVER'S HALL. The (Jalt Hospital ball in being hold this evening. Many dead cattlo art' to be seen along the railway between here iin.I Tnber. Tho. C. V. It. officially announces that part of its work this year will b� reduction of grade between here ana Macleod. nnd -'the orecticn of the big bridge and tho building of new jrVraa bars in Don't miss this, ns it will be one of the best.events of the kind held during the Benson, the proceeds to be devoted to the purchase of new uniforms. Refreshments served. Tickets, fl.50. Some Good Lines of MENS SHOES Residential Lots in Blool "C" and "F," Apply to| H. MAC1ETH Heal Estate and Insuranccl laaaaaaaaaaaataaa^fl $10.00 Reward One dark bay gelding,^ five years old, white star bra tided "~ Also horses branded left hip, 15.00 per head. Z. Address, John Oavr.^ LethbrT- Just arrived. You get thn benefit {.Range, Chin Con he and vio of -my experience an h praetionl! t mm man. Come and look'oVthem.' I \ * BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Repairs do^e while you wait; F. GERMAN Jlr. Fni'roll. hotal-kwper^ clvn' Moftlon,' may. loss an eye �ik Ui�> re*ttlt ojfitj^ plosion, '83 5. 91 ;