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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta + - Is not as oomplidp ns it was beforo Christmas DR. P. W. TULLER rHYSIClAN AND KUnOEON LETHBRIDOF, 3fflcc�-Over Oll'n Uarher Sliop. Houik-11:00 to UMwi noon; 3:0*0 to tVm p. m.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. in. Office Nlghi Bell aud Telephone! IWOKDCMI i A Journey to ! Peace River D'nivcgnn ih on Still We have an oxeolleni. showing for New Years buyers at very tompUuu Watchmaker of th� old*�st . poais '.n the north. It wn'i famous | in thr* old VorU Furtory Hays, un-d pvon up to within a fsw y^tt's it was t tho head fuat'i i�rs of tho I fudaon'a \\i\y t'o. for I ho Pca!? and storo aru still standing, with th�? ofllce Ik�-hV(M\, ami In.'hind is �. tr loneliest po�t in the* OIIice-~Rulpulh St. cor. tiurdutt. I noPih. Tin; total �inha-bitnnts ur* two whiUMnrti and a half brwd. anil DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEON Office over Hlffinbotham's Drug Storo Phom UiUcu 125, House tM. Oflltx* hours-9 to U, 1.30 to 4.80 p.m., 7 to H p.m. sunt me r cftuctually blocking'th*; trail, t Thvre van another grout, fnv fully ! At the l.tst It is only a faintly murk- . ni'jfhtwti feet long built down the ron- 1 od pony trail, exceedingly d-ifllcult forw tw ol j'tern?'a tepep, with a great a tenderfoot to follow. The two men , rack of moose moat above it. Wo all 1 had coma up from the Crossing i lakl down tin a row with our foot to* with wanted to wo Pouro* Coupe, too 'wards it, first the �.>v of thu ^tiiomiMit ha* p. tu Irphono 41. Uvn dt'uin-d by thf fli)\irishit.jr eotn*- Wm. C. Liphardt linviutlii's to the soti;h, Spirit Uivor W.S.GALBRAITHfM.D.C.M.(McGill)>n(' VM>- ��t i'ui.v��an 1M1.TSICIAN. SDIIOKdN ACCOllCIIEU Office--Burdctto St. IIou rs Drs. DcYcber 6t Campbell rhysiciaus and Surgeons KOOTENAY MARBLE J WORKS Shacklelon Simpson Ac Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUM ENTS Wholesale ami 1 > eta it OIRccm-Oil block. riicme 143. DR. B. JACKSON �i:xtist r I Graduato Northwpsteru University Dental School, Chicago. Offico-Ott Block. Drs. McCIure & Stewart HI.'KSOEOK DUX" NELSON,B.C.: B.C.MOORE.Local A^t 2 George Rogers, LUMBER Tho Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT umy have � /jrcnl'T future thnu evyr l>efo�v it. Duncan Macl>onnUi h�� -J lievcH mo (h�� 'is th.� s-^cond white l*llOT10 Oii �. nmt\), ami In* in pr-'pHWl 1 *j> \,;\!V Bt'foro U a.m., 7.8 p m'years for it ii n.ed As 1 ine-n- | lli.n i\ in u pr(;viouH nr-tW'l", l>unve-p;nn in the rmluiMl pbire, nn I prne -tii'nlty the only plae-. fur a railway to c*ri>Hl'm.' !l);i! a i,))iirl,r for a iMllwny fruii\\�^an Uik trail rvn-.vs l he Pear- river dpi in, and cont ir.ues due ^outh,fere ih.u'e arc nlxjut fiftien while pettier- This is a enianiun.U SniitU orni-s an* raiNi*'!. but then- ar.� no itiipleiivuts in the fount ry 1 ut plough" an-vl harrows nn i a curious little ihivshii'.j; machine which was brought from France Office-J. D. IIiKinljotliiiin'u now by the pni'M * sian-'whi-re in the dim past, untl is kr.oun Imnily an the "nmn khller " 'J hen. j* n t,eaut mil little pra.ri'e lotnprisiug perhnpn a hutidr.-d r.quare m.I s tit Snirit Uiv-er. 'lb.' soil in eM-i'lleni. nnd vill HI'dw'yunyih The trouble is th.u tt costs ?T a hundtvd to hrinK in (r i^ht inun IMmonton. '('lie leading whii � s ttier at Spirit lliver is � ha>* b*vn In the c.uUiiM\\ lor t\u'ii!,\ two years, lb' i)\\ih a hundred nnl fifty h**a'd of rut lie. P.- el I mn\ sn\ . s.:1!m at V2\ �entH a potinl by th  rareass The half^bnvds ure ^ow.l customers If oti.� buys a ste i . ih�y must all have one. thau^-h vlk\ may have a moose on hand til tho >ame time '1 '; � halt-br^fis ai'uund Spirit lf�v,�r e;  \ery prosj>er(m> 'I"lies h.i\'-* hat \\\ > fir�i-elass fMsoin. and t!\ipp-s have Fwncral Director and Embaliner avi ra^-d a thousand dollar- .mUi m a \\ i n'.* r 1 u � �">u*�� i �. ju'-nc. i! re \s a r-ndv :>.il: Cii-diy ^-\veU�-r> . per-ALBEHTA I'uree. loud 1 .I*. haiulKfri-hedn and *�: h�'i lu v s and \ h *re in 1 i iu'-M 1 round t.f ion spr* a I*- another pack horse, and the est way through Cy, the tenderfoot, on the other hand, was all iut %tntf tro\, for-i;�ttiug all about his pock b\t-*i jt would hit sotutithittg on one jide, and send him stagtferiug until he wuw {brought up all standing on too other aM>'. Sonvjtiuaos the (orcj of the irn-, pact would tun* hitn completely vit -i ound and the poor horso would s-tand in tho middle of Ihe tmlt wotnUiiiUK what Imxl struck him. It was my part to bi'ittg up tho rear, anil keep built by Mrs Pierre POUCti COUPE PUAIIUE. la a beautiful little tract containing about two hundred square miles. Both the O TP, and the CN.R. sur. v^ey parties have drawn lines across It on way to the Pino pass It was badly burned over last summer ami it will l>e j*�veral reason** before the gi' recovers, us the �od luvs been burned right on" Ir, places. IVe-fore the lire 1 was told the grass was kne� high in June, It without doubt an extraordinarily favored 111-tie district. All tho *�treams run in deep Coulees. They anj apt to dry up ne day we wore tjuiotly trotting over the tender grass which had sprang up since the lire, we saw a big brown hear quietly browsing in a li-ttle popular bluff. We only han th*; order of his little [xjfi-gun. r-.nchimr h�rSi' WUH eontUluany ttlttk,,l� jlh.^ti with a -series of wild yells th T oVtours through the bush tt> try and  In uut vont ihe i>*. hers HKE UAVAUICS block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 W. C. SIMMONS nrristor, Etc. * orncis. SOUTHAUD BLOCK Money to Ijencl on Town and Farm Property four of u.s I.ore down on him �nd �bruin stayed not on tlu* order of his K�>-ng, but took to the prairie. tt vv*is n glorious chase 1 had no idea u tear could travel so fast. They1 The loi�t white man who triad to icrofts their hind legs over tho front travel over this trail was tho Karl ones as you have seen tMii in comic oi Cuithnesa. that in\^ot�jrate o�d (pictures, unri pro^i^ss in n series of traveller. He found the fire Mill | bounds. At one time my horsy was rugiriff, and was comi�.�iJod to turn Mt close J eonld ahuuxt have loaned back. When he cmuw to the track of J over and dropj>i�d a �tonh on him the- ilanws a wild seem? of desolation but I haul no weapon of any kiwi, j presented liself. Enormous )>oplars. i not even a rope. pine and tpruoe haoke rtt.d I promptly u-ent ol! an my SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE Compliments of the hi^ati. Michel J. E. ALLEN Architect and Suporititeudoiit crashing to the earth. They were 1 pded in cvery direction, It ^ws quite impossible for to gvi through, and Uich�i made a i on k the d.tour through th? tracklesK forest, and brou^it us out Kuiely on another trail to the south This RAYMOND ALliERTA. F. T. BREWER much to the amusement of Wlun 1 manag^l to gather m>s.elf together and ra-tch my horse hunting party had disappeared a hill 1 caught up to them* �hor;ly afterwards and found that Mr IWr had hidvlcn himself in a Michel was Uw be*t imm I t poplar blufi and th.�y were trying to ev.:r saw around a c�ni|�- There ts u 1 boat him out. To make a long story lot of work connected with u pack (short, ihj chase occupied a %oo th* south is prairie, wh i� h mti 1 a ut* ne;, rl> 1.1 h n� st\*m rt* in l"s. m>d U) til'* u  1 iii'i' lb' Ptkiiee U|h*. ltnl Wi I low ;iud vt�rl.�Hltf.� rairi.'s This �^ th' country of the th noidi wiiul and mild op�ui winters, i It hud N r iinantte on c�f i'uut.* Coup'* li'mm t'oopuy Iluit i di*lwni;i:fd 1 u ut e!l Funeral Diroct,r and Emhalmor ".is grovwiM late, Jtnd Ih.'iv v. a , iiii t mio to do ho>th. W. SHAW, Painter & Decorator Agoul for Kmpire Wall Paper Co.. �"� Am*nt for S. I�. Nolson A-Co.'hit, B. C. MOORE Ask Your Grocer For This Brand Ofllce-N'ext to prewryterinn Church OUlce Phone lO'J. Hesidenco 130. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire timo durinn the summer to laying out new townsiti's. Contr-ict \n\v#* application. Sgy-OiRoo at the CoaWale Hotel. Lethbriduo. hi* 1 was ri nip.-i 1. \1 to d.'pcnd tipou h�'ar.*.ay for my m;nnii,aini, ul.out (Iran I' Pra.r..-. This bij; htrt'tili of country ln^s abtiut O'ly xu.K'H south of Spirit riv-i'r It is. roughly sp>Mkin^. arnjut sixty iiuh*s s.|uur.� i�pnn�m o^ifl.T v i.K ly u** io t hi thi' mat it is much I oi>r I.uhI and tuurh pnnl lant a^ well may louml in thi:> koo.I tract Out in th" middle of th* prulri'*. it has Iomi repeats! 1> burn*-.l over, and the land ih full of K'eut ffjulvs Tlie to leich und bennocKa to bake Micii-*-l wan a t>tar performer in **ach of ,h I tub His buunock, bread toade Aitii baking powoV'r uad eoolcod in a u.v r.s pun beforo an open fir*, was* wondiTjtiily Jlrfbt, hit* fried oaken wete divatus In addition he kept!he Unlt-r hupplitd with rtU^uts and praino rhicke-n Ai nipht. when we \wre sitting round tho tlrv* iw* gave us l.*st*->nd in Crec One *tay we ran arrow a lone moose-hunter r^mpi-d on tho tr*ib He volunteered to ^piide u� to his main camp, and hraving vhe oth�m .^ottiod for the mghi. Michel and I I nn>'thin^. rode with bun, the hunter's naino uuh Hoolyurn (Willlan|>. was a little ofl in his calculations; innwd of tihreo mile* %b ba tmUi, it watt | together more like nine to tho camp Finally we got then? and Hoolyurn introduc-f*J%usf to hia tepee and hi a reumrk�|>Jy pretty vjfo. Th� hunter* had had tfood luck, ami four luoone had b%vn dispatwh hiui. A bullet in tha brain did H Wlun we eau^J to skin him wv found hi> hide riddled with the tny bullet at Ajtrr this we lived on bear steaks and chops for a week and Very good m.�ai it id too. Tne Aual dash through the woods was wry exciting Michel was anxious to got out 1-efoix* dark and he sot a tremendous pace I was bringing up the rear with old Cy as usual and I had my troubles. Cy hadn't any idea of following tlk? trail. He htmply made straight for t>w tail of tho horbe ahead. When hU pack hit somethut! had to give way. I hud to ko��p him tip ut any co�t for it he lost si^ht of tho horso ahead he got out of Ins Ivartngs aland travelled in S\ circle. Finally we broke into tt regular gal. lofi through the gathering darknesa and it rep�ir.�l sharp work to avoid the bntnt'heH whiuh swung out over tho trail about the level one's h>ad FOR- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber mnd all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your monev to Calgary aud Craubrook. Help to build up Lethbridgu antf a local industry by patronizing Oliver1* Plauinig and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round nnd Boropas Streets Telephone 153 kilhil already. Uoolyuiu's tepve had j We mart-' camp at Spirit river about trfxn reinforced with several breadths to make room for a gr*at rack ilown the middle, loftOVi w*Uj thin strips of moow nifi.'vt nmokiug ov��r the fir�* 8 o'clock and the n4�xt day start*d * n our long Journey home W H FOOTS KK E are selling mora beef by quarter than ever before, three-y^ar-old steers. Buy your now. while it is in prime condition . Burns & Co Imperator Hams and Bacon Telephone Ul. \ MOOSH KKAST i\kk notjcj: 1.0. ^JTJC5 0. F. tui^es, though, is to be foiin i .some of tht.* finest land in ih*' conn-try, c-spi cally hx the vte.n ly,ot Kle�-haii btk�� to the east, whub is spoken of U a h tli.� (^i'lMti-si vnihu^iaNin by nil tt ho IwOe s in it 1 h.rre are half-a-do/^r. or uuhv �lute s%'ttU-rs at �ouiit of tb*� .n'k of Mreuhi rd-tfellows' Hall e erf �ccond and implement* fnrrth ThumiUy. Visitor* alw�y� welcome. ut,.(r,r Ura J. Statford. Annie Dairies1 1 ul1 " *I �-i-* had a delitiout* aupper of moose _ . ,. . . , w,  � i puring the year the wpace do voted m,ut Btewe.1 with ric ftna kU� m on- Uj a,vn ;reat the h ilf-br^lsau I WANTED - UV THB Meet* Ut and Hrrt M"fi-rtavH tn each month u h p m,. in oarif-Uo�* H�", Uo-intl Sb VlHUing brelb-: u uitix in. acrearuing woIvva, uud all thv hunterb seized their -guna and ran out 1 run with thorn, hut a wm too dark to th** wolpeu. how -ever we ucared thorn off. The lualfhrueds l.avo a horror i the hmh at ni^hl Mich*l declined to ride hack to join our fneacN, though it wn.s hrtKht mooalitrht We spos# hunter in th� district. Here we wer�� tosiUMl \ to another nuppcr, about an hour * aftir ihj nr�t, of niooKt tonguo a-nd moose heart, the HWvet*'St nvut 1 to liie merits of thi� Im-si *>t Household Uenu^l****. |a. easton MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES. HORSE FURNISHINGS b n UK OTT TALKS Muke* Some lU'uutrktt Ahout Iteconi 4'oal Stnki* \LHV PAKAOi: i: Ol" O VMl- ; Just arrived. You get tho benefit of my experience us a practical For outside and inside work.' man. Cotno and look at them. - BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Repairs dona white you wait. Steady empoymcnt. No trouble. F- GERMAN larpo and tmall Th" Matter count run fiuliVtantiule for 1 suv. it (Irout clttlh-'Uitieti us m n>arh- intf I'ouc.i Coupa prairie irom Spirit rivi-r. The intevvrhing seventy mile� is cover.xl with V�ig timber. Ui rough ^hich a nrc had iwept �&rh#r m Ck*j H. H iknneit. ono� l\in.->?rvattve leader in Albertu, is reported hy the Montival Herald to have said. "That rot withstanding the somewhat alarmiht ti-ii'^iairiH from the t West with reffunJ to coal faiiurn ' ever tttBtod. riarro hiautdf ul** un! there w�h no! likely to \\i ext-msivo entire wafch l>a�ifi full of thj &avor ) 'iuHenng through coal bhortutfo on mi\i ur outer taming us lj**t w^l ; account of thu btrike nt l^thbridti-i , mouth/ulH with tht� �tory of tlt>* {duna-j tlie auuuner. Tlu> Afttlena-nt ' day'a hunt. Although 1 couUI not had urea reached ust in time t(� a ! unde'fi'and his language I couKl tol-'.vurt grail calumilv "T think it ih ; low the story very well from hia a groat pit}." ho Haul chat tho or- : gia;hic g stures They tell thorn ' Konizvd inbur is not KufhV.,'Mly pat* endl ss stones with the most loving , r.otic iu Ixj national 'Die lahor little details of the cour.try they! trouble that brought the British have traversal, h^re a little muskeg, i Coldmbm rmnmg industry almost to there a tall spruce by tho Hide of | ruin a few years ago were produced rloyr spring leyond a round hill The j by the worst kind of agitators, hood* , J'o.vs hear these atorios from their lums aud loafers from the United ln'ancy this accounts for their States. It wus not ho bad in tha n*- * ' mmuini^ knowledge of the country i ci nt L*ethbndg�? �trik.j, but the sumo : liut suth knv^'iodgio doe** not extend j nfluonce.i underlay the stru^erle. vu-ry far Take an Indian out of his i Violence wu� n?sortod to ju a '�fiv h�a own little district and ho Ih quite at jdogrvo Limn in tho old conflicts, but a Iob.dnio. - * The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern A1 herta. h -. fiontrolted the situation 1 i i - + ;