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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Stock Is not as coinjili'le ns it was before Cbristiuas We have an excelienf. showing for New Yenrs buyers at very tempting Prices OR. P. W. TULLER rHYSlClA-N AND BURQEON LETHBRrDQE Jfflcek-Over OU'k Barber Shop, tiouie-II :0O 10 ]'i:ix\ noon; 3:00 lo p. m.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. /n. Office Night Bull auU TclepUone I A Journeyto I Peace River I sumirier cITuctuallj- blockiTig'i.'hw miil. | Thorc vas tmoihyr great fiix- fully Al the ttst it is only a faintly murk- .oi-g'htwn feet long built flown tho ircn-cd pony trail, exceedingly rfiOicult forsj of I'ierre's tepco, with a greiit DR. C. G. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office ovor Hig'iDljothani'.'i Drug Storo Phon ) Oillce 123. House 94. OfUce hour.s-9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.SO p.m., 7 to 8 [>.ui. onii Wm. C. Lifhardt Watchmaker and Engraver Dr. F. H. Mewbum Office-.Rulijath St. cor. Burdett. IToiu-s - BoCorp a.m., 2p.m.. 7-H p. m. Sundays--2.30 to 'AMU p. in. TtU'phono 41. W. S. GALBRAiTH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) l'll.f.SIC;i.\N, SURGEON ACCOUCHEK 1 Office-Burdetto St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.in., 2-3, 7-H p.m Drs. DcVcbcr & CampbeJl Physicians and Surgeons KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shackleton Simpson & Cu. Manufacturer.s of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale alul KetatI ! Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143.! DR. B. JACKSON DKXTIRT Gredunte Northwelstoni University Dental School, Ohiwtt'o. Office-Ott Bloek, NELSON,B.C.: B.C.MOORE.Local Agt  George Rogersi LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of { Freight Shed Widest Choice Higliest Grades Drs. McClurt; & Stewart St; GO EON DEXTIST.S Office-J. D. Hifnnbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - SOUTHAKD BLOCK rif Ih.' oldest posts '.n thii north. It was faniou.s in tho old Voik Factory Day.s, and even up to within a few years it was tho ticad;fuarters of tbe Hudson's Hay Co. for tho Poaca Itlvar dLs/triot The big wareh'fciiM and store ai't .�jliU standing; with the olllce Ita-iwcvn, and behind i.s a trim, cottage oIacJ>onald be -liove-s .so (he 'ia the second white nian), and ho i.s prepared lo wait years for it if need t:�.'. As 1 nn-n-Vlur.vegau I and north wast ward i.s to 'tioaal saddle bors�� we ruqiUred. Throughout that ten-day trip vha hora�3 weie a never-failin*! source of amusement. Tho expcrlenoAd pack ponies po3s�Med almost hunMo intei-lifictce. It wias wonderful to see them look, all around them and picl: itlic l>est way through. Cy, the ten-jdorfoot, on the other hand, was all at in the bush. He would .start olf with hia great swinging trot, forgetting all abouit bis pack. i>>irs.t it would hit soineth'ing on one .-iide, and send him atagKeriug until he was brought up ail staodin^^ on the other I s:de. Son^tiuies tfad force of the impact would tunk h'im' coaiptijt�ly around and the poor horse would stand in thio middle of tho trail wond�ring I what h�)d struck him. It was my writing ^^^^^ bi'ing up the rear, and keep lh.j pack horses naoving"? They were all aliiio in one rosr>oct, and that was tlieir anxiety not to �got newt to j tuu and my long switch. IWhenovcr wo camo to an Open in the hu�h, ; there would be a froo-tor-all sprint I between the three hors�s to .seewhieh , could g�t ahead and so out of the �reach of the switch, and th.j N.>ar horse was continually making wide .detours Vhrousffa the hush to try and tlicumvorrt the iKhers. FTHE ItAVAOKS Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - - ALBERTA. K-row i)racticallyanyih;n5. The �rate oid traveller. He found the (ire still ' raging, and was compelled lo turn back. When ho canio to the track of th'(? flanK>3 a wild scene of desolation liiself. EtonnouB poplars, pine and spruce had Ixvn burned through at the roots, and brotii{ht crashing to the earth. They were piled in every direction. It ^^us impoBSiblv for us to get I through, and llichsl made a long d.tour through Xha tracktesK forest, and 'brought us out safely on another trail to the south. 1'his Michel was the l>e�t man I :cver saw around a camj). Tbare Is a I lot of work connecttcd with a pack 'train. Twice a day, at the noon r. T. BREWER f::rs:z.r..:'::^':^ :z>^:::: ^'^ -^�'* --y^'^''* Lowest PriC�5 ^ ^'^^'^^^ avm-ag'ed a thousand dollars .vicb i turned* -YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE. tETMBRIDCE, RAYMOND. STIRLING sjjRE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL TABOR, i Yor Dentistry, Veterinary It Will Pay You To See Onri Snrgicul Work, cfiU ou . . Stock Before BuyijgEls^where. Rr. f. W. J. JohnSton, Lclhbrid^C u winter Jn cdnsecjuence. ikoi-e is i ;a ready sale lor /lashy jcAvellery. per-ALBERTA ' fume, loud .=;.lk handkerchiefs and  ' luxuries, and there is a eon-^ jlinual round of big sprend.s during' I the winter. ! be unloaded, and the day T. E. Patteson Qraduate of Toronto Veterinary Col. Oi?*UrH loft at Higinbotham:8 Store. | OTT BLOCK Rcftl Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent IW. SHAW, Painter & Decorator i Agent for EmpireAVall Paper Co., Coui)c. ited Willow and ; Atjeni for S. P. Nelson & Co.'s prairuvs. Thi.s is the c. horses out, and twice a day oamp had to be s>Jck, th� horses ceugitt, the packs adjusted and tied. Beside ith'is thare were fires to build, water ' to fetch and bottnoeks to bake. Michel was a star performer in �aoh of ihose i:ucs. Uis bannock, bread made i with baking powder and cooUed in la fiy.ng pan before un open fire, was ! wonderfuiiy light, his fried cakes were dreams. In addition he keptthe is made up of alternating patch-supplied with raWjitsand .prairiia chicken. At night, �whtn we !of Spirit Kivcr is Grizzly Hear pntir- , ^.^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^.^ ie. to th. south is Grande prairie. ! j^^^^^^ p,.^ which contains nejirly �1,000 square 1J( Sfi .A.VJJ I>RAll;IK. The whole of this part of lhi> country cs of bu.'ih and prairie. To tho east invib'.s, and to the west are thePouca Benvei'Lodg'O country of liie i Windowphnnie, the modem trans-1ch nook wind and mild open winters. Fire, Life. Accident and Hail i lucent glaes decoration. : it had i�an nvy inttmtioii to sec Inaurance in tlie best companies. 1 L^yve orders at Lethbridge Hotel. Oronde ivairie, but on the w�y up i Residential Lots, Modern Dwel-:__._^______ihomxi .so much of the romantic repu- linga, Farm Lnnds. Irrjcftltwl ' WrtODIi* .tation of I'ouoe Coupe (Poor Coopay Lands, etc., for sale for cnsh and' D* C MOOKL i that I determined to see it at all on time. Full parlicukrs on application. Ask Your Grocer For Ttiis Brand ' FuBsral Director and Embalmer j cost.s. 'Ihe .sca.son was growing late, I I and there was no time to do bcyth. I 1 Ha.s compel l>;d to depend Office-yo-Tt to PPOh+ytorian Church. OtDcc Phone 102. Kesidenoe 13G. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor upon about dp 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE WANTED ~DY THE- C�a�d�West Coal and Coke Co.. Ltd., Taber, Alta., FIFTY MEN For outftidc and inside work. so 1 Ha.s compell>;d hearsay for ni.v infoi-mntioi. Grande I'rairie. This big stretch of country lies about fifty lu'ilea south ot Spirit river. It i.s. roughly siioaUing. about sixty miles square. Opinions d'ilTer , vid�l.y us lo the value of the land. Will devote his entire time during j Tile truth of the matter is that much the summer to layinfj out new j.^j,,. i-^,,^! and much good land as i townsites. Contract pj]f�W on|,.,.i| ,n,j^y found in lhi.s good tract application. I Out, in the middle of the prairie, it . has l;oen rcpcatL' ai-e half-a-do'.ot.' or more white settlers at Grande )Piairio. each of whom has small bunch of cattle. N'otlving is One day we ran across a lone t moose-hunter camped on tlM trail. He volunteered to g;uide us to his main camp, and leaving t'he athers Esettlad for the night, Michel and I I rode with him, the hunter's name was Hoolyum {WillianO. Ho �-as a little olT in his calculations; instead of tihree miles as h� said, it waa more like nine to tho camp, rinally we got there and Hoolyum introduc-txd'us to his tepee and bis remarkably pretty v ife. The hunters had bad t;ood luck, and four moose bod b�en killed already. Boolyuia's tepee had been reinforced with aeveral breadths to make room for a great rack down the middle, loaded wittb thin strips ot moose m�at smoking over the firo rack of moose meat above it. Wo all laid down tin a row with our feet towards it. first the seven small chil -dren. then the mother and father, jthon Jlrichel and 1. They were short I of blankets and Michel and I shared .to [the same bed. In the night a furious storm came up and .the rain streamed into the gaping tepea. We were diianched by morning but quickly dried ourselves before the great fire built by Mrs. Pierre. POliCE COUPE PRAIRIE, la a l^eautiful little tract containing about two hundred sqitare miles. Both the OTP. and the 43.N.E. sur-\'ey parties have drawn lines across it on tt^ way to the Pine pass. It Was badly burned over lasit summer and it will Ije .wvoral .seasons before the gro-s.s recovers, as the sod has betin burned right olf ir^ places. Before the Crc I was told the grass was knee high in Juno. It is without doubt an extraordinai'ily favored little district. All tiie streams run in deep coulees. They aiv apt to dry up at the end of tho season. One day we wore quietly trotting ovH-r tho tender grass which had sprung up since the fire, we saw a big brown bear quietly browsing in a little popular blufl. Wo only had one twenty-two rifle in the party �/itd tiiat had been damaged tlie day before by one of tlie horses .stepping on it. Bruin was not more tlinn twenty five yards from us. lie raised his head. quiiHly looked us over niKl went on with his meal. Mitchel cro|>t up clo.n with a s-crie.s of wild yells the four of us bore down on hiiu and 'brulti stayed not on tlie order of his ; going, but took to the prairie. It j was .a glorious chase. I had no idea a bear could travel so ta.st. Ttey cro.ear tried all the tricks he knew, tie climbed trees, tie hid himself in the thickest uui�rgrowth, he dashed from cover to cover, but all to no avail.- Finally he gave up and burying, his head between his paws awaited for us to dispatch him. A bullet in tha brain did it. When we came to skin him we foimd his hide riddled wi'th the tiny bullets. After this we lived on bear, steaks and chops for a week and ^-ery good nisai it is too. The final dash through the woods was very exciting. MicJiel was anxious to get out ;before dark and he sKJl a tremendous pace. I was bringing up ttie roar with old Cy as usual and I had my troubles. Cy hadn't any idea of following tlie trail. He simply made straight for the tail of the horse ahcftd. Wlien his pack hit anything, something had to givfe way. 1 had to keep him up at any cost, for it he lost sight of tho horse ahead he got out of his Ixjarings altogether and travelUxi in a circle. Finally we broke into a regular gal. lop through the gathering darkness and it required sharp work to avoid the branches which swung ouit over tho trail about the level one's haad. We made camp at Spirit river about 8 o'clock and the next day started tn our long journey home. .v.^4l4l�l DRKYING. If you wish dray log or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the lancest and best equipped cartage business in the city, vrith thoroughly experienced men in chorge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all parts of the city on short notice. Western Warebooie & Transfer Co., Ltd. Office-First doot south of Opera House. Phone 68. Resolve To buy your OROCEBIES during 1907 from........____ SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 Compliments of the Season 1 With the New Year's Compliments we beg to call your attention anew to our specialties in bottled bevenms for home, club and cafe use - the several sodas, ginger beer, gingjer ale, sarsaparilla. Ironbrttw, cream soda, lemon soda, c older, orange cidar, Alberta Pride. We certify their purity and flavor as they leav* onr doors. Tour orders, please, for 1907. Lethbridge Brewing & IVIalting Company, Ltd. TRYW^fccUVER -i_FOR-^ I Everything required in the eonstrvetioa of a BuildiBi. i Lumber and aU kiada of MiU Work Do not send all your monev to Calgaiy and Granbiook. Z Help to build up Lethbridge ana a local industry by pattonixing ^ Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bompas Streets ^ Telephone 153 W. H. FOOTNER. B E E r WE are selling more beef by the quarter than ever before. Nice three-year-old steers. Buy yonr beef now, while it is in prime condition. ^. Burns & Co. Impemtor Hams and Bacon. Telephone 91. B � E r i i M 4 Lethbridge. Lodge ^o. 2. l0.^pOCi>0.F. Vecw In Ortdfctlows" Hall everr Krlflat eTonliiR �t ' .HO o'clock. Vlslllng Oreltoreu arc ilvaTB wi'lcome. F.. J. Eraser, C. V. Bennett, K.O. Bee. see WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 2 Mrets In f^fl.ltcUow*' Hall e try Bccond and fourth Thumday. VHtiorii alw�.�� welcome. Mrs J. Stafford, Annie Davies N. G. Bee. sec. Court Star of Lethbridj^e. No. 8095 A. o. F. A MOO.SE KBAST. W.J had X delicious supper of moos*3 meal, stewed with rice and ate a� only travellers on horsoljack can eat. While we were i�quatting aronnd the fii-n afterwards, the little boys who were watching the horses camo run -uing in, screaming wolves, and all the hunters seized their 'guns and ran out. I raw with thorn, but it ira� too dark to see the woJpes. how -over we scared them off. The luilfbroeds have a horror  i ithe bush at night. Micbd declined grown there except a f..w oats and j ^^^^ ^^j^ ^^..^^^^ potatoes, on accou.it of the lack of ^^^^^.^ ^.^^ 1^^.^^^^ au>onli�ht. We iuiplcments. ^^^^ ^^^.j,!^ ^^p^ pj^^^ Poui:e Coup.' pr,un,. enjoys a greo^t ^j^^ greatest nioos* hunter in reputation ainon^f the half-brc�cdsand ' TAKE XOTICi:. During the year the space devoted to advertising MINARD'S LINIMENT will contain expressions of no uncertain sound from |>eople who speak from i>crsonal experience as lo the merits of this best of Household Remedies B B. BENNETT TALKS Makee Some Remarks About Rooont Coal Strike Indian.s. They say snow never I'ies on the ground theAi. which is no doubt an exaggeration, but the fact remains that the warm winds blow thro.iigh the Vina Pass all winter, country Meeif) l�t unO Itrd Men rt!�rii In each mnoth a ,, . p. m., In riiKif-iiomo H�",, and this Uitlo jiart ot the len corduuy weleoroe. :enjoys oxceptiomilly mild winders. ^'E. PROCTOR, C.R> j moi-cover, it is a great berry cour.-A. M RITCHIE SEC '' ^^'^ fudians can depend on got-"'ting u. profusion of fruit, th.^ro when the crop has been sjioiled by lata frosts elisawhcia. Tho n.ttivos winter their ponies cn Pouiia Coupe prairie, and finally it is known ar. a Some Good Lines of MEN'S SHOES vrop.v PAitADi.si:: of g.vjie {Just arrived. You get the benefit i larpe ujid small, '.ihe of my experience as a practical' man. Come and look at them. 1 Steady empoyment. No trouble. BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Repairs done while you wait. QERMAN latter count can substantiate for 1 saw it Clreat dilHcultJoa faced us in reaching Pouoa Coiipo prairie from Spirit river. The intcwenirig 6ote extensive suffering throutih coal shortage on | account of tha Ertriko at J>elhbridg,3 duriatr the sumxner. Tlie settlement had been reached ust in time to a-vert great calainitv. "J think it i.s a great pity." he said, "that the organized labor is not suOU'ientiy patriotic to iK) national The lahor 'roubles that brouirht the British Ooldmbia mining industry almost to ruiin a few j'ears ago were produced by tho worst kind of agitators, hood-lum. and loafers from the United Stoics, ft was not so bad in the r�-ccot Lethbridge strike, bat the same -nfluence.s underlay the struggle. Violence wae resorted to in a (fir I(ws ilegr�eo than in tho old conflicts, but it vas a foreign organization 'hat Aontrolted the situation."' EASTON & Ca MANUFACTURERS OP HAKNESS. SADDLES. AND GENESAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS l^^ TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. J .'�jnnLitDi^nfTr.ii'iannrit Tnnn'"'n, AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LtQUOBB AND OIUABS IN A NEW STAND ^ Just drop into my now quarters and convince yonr-self that I am up-to-date. �.' the cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GBO. HOUK ;