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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 1913 TITE LfcTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Young Explwer Has Adopted Dress and Lives With Return in 1915 A Summer's Fun. buys this GENUINE complete witH 30 selections (15 records of your own Sold also on Easy Pay- ments of per week if desired. Just the thing to take.'on your vacation. Double-Sided ViAbr Records, are JJOcfor selections; rAskfor free copy of our 300 page erityclo- pedia, listing over records. 'Berliner Granr-o-phope Goaipany Limited: Montreal. Mason Ltd., 404l5thSt, S., Bryan Block' P 17 Western Branches Edmonton. Alii, July V, lladford. the American who discovered a large herd of wild bison in the Ureat Slave Lake dis- trict of the Hudson's Uay country, era! years ago, seut a note through one of his breed guides to the outpot on Heracjiel Island a year aeo, telling the factor iu charge of tha trading station that be intended to ivork' fur- ther north, aud probably remain (n the country until 1015. He lias adopt ed the dress of and r.ill liic is 1th them the latter part of his slay. Howard Alien head-of two Kb oatfila viLich go out from Hcrschcl year, who has passed the .last lour years on the Arctic coast, brought tbe foregoing news lo Ed- motLlon yesterday. This is lhe frrst authentic word received on the out- bide in soveral years from the ex- plorer, who has been in lhe north four >ears, inakiog a special study mal life.- "The balf-breed guide laid in stock of supplies at Alien t'ald. "He brought word tbat.Iladford would-not need'any more provisions until he was ready to lake tho ll aard'traAl, as he intended'to stay with the Esfjuimos. "There "was a report two years ago that Kadford bad last his also" Ibat cite "guides, who. accompanied him from Edmonton, bad deserted t him close'to tbe barren lands. .the last part' Is true .bill .WG are {old thai Hadford had 'secured native guides; snd Is now conliculag his Iniestiga-. .iladford spenVifie'winter of. iSlii 1012 along ihc-Trenton, river, across tho-barrou "actor for alive and v'-e'll at Trenlon nher, whore hc'made gallons. The .explorer was seen by "fur-traders, who talked with lilm, and carried liis loathe outside world: '1 who is widely linown In Ecicntlfic. circlibE, had as'the'ouject'pf his. to. visit the.. home' ot the the. 'jinkuown' region of "oE'the -Slave i river, -and too (his sMalied wood buffalo to Ibat of the plains. Until recently tho sub- )rcl b'os been confined to theory and Dr. Gerritts Miller, curator ol the de- pnrtmeot ol men. CourMs'of "study; Physical Fine Ladles' College leading--iorDIploiia; T---1- w. paper, read by e. Cauiai.ln Institute at To- ronto, Salon had been told by of- It's Bay Co., who had-spcat Ueive years In tho Great Slave Laiel country, that .the wood' .buffalo waV'a species. At that time Setcm'IriEisted .that, in-' stead of the Cana'diao. wood buffalo be- fnj the plains buffalo was nothing' toan'an, ot lower started ,in 1309 and lacluded'track surveys over many, hundreds and furntshed'Kadford the opportunity of.closely'studylng.tbe wpod-biion In iu haunts, and of ro akin g' the first' corded. observations oa" this the" ancltnt kuffal.o stock; "SHE WjLL NOT RECOVER J... IripoltheWniipeg.cIty band through the L Londou, tOrit, Thde. drummer, who poisoned herself arid o small children'Vltirjjaris green, jill be'cent to an asylum for lite It lie recovers, very doultful. after '_ d her tflNNIPEG.BA.NO ,TO -TOUR 'THE. WIST All the arrange- ta hare been for the .i I...L -f s. 'ploRit.on i from, the i11 i, was kijle. n n ,'i i .1. .TVcrc I'rcE i ir- j sentfd b) j. wniie the sKet-l e had exclusively hnSablled-'lbtB. ent before, lie 'prairies such- had ever'exlsted. C 'opinions, by Se ton yeare kea. H ti'.only wlUiia fifteen years tbit icie'ntbts bare recofolied the Vood buffalo as i different species of .''bison. Seiieve1 that- the buffalo 'discovered by Kadford Is pro- r i ot'wild.biioa'ln md young will like. The BIJou or. etiestra- will render suitable music, vhlcb -In ItEelf Is easily Tsorth the ot admission. much-adT'ertised matcb be sho-rcn next iYiday and Satur- day. Reeulir-prices prevail, Iti Sflte' of. tlie cdditional expense curred in securiuj same. Banner Week at SUrland Neit is to bo banner ixeek at Starlaiid, and from tha big feature programmes to be all re- .be broken- Each change of programme IR headed by features Tie manage- ment 'of S tori aod bas viewed the cream of futures In the film world today, anfijhaa booked Teyaidleis of expence Dothlng but the pro- ducLJMB possible. -r ,Sea Dox." a story if tbe sea, is to bo, the of the complete change prognmrae Dog'-; coro'es with ihe repuUUpn of the strongest raroa ever produced Jri pictures.- A. ihort synopsis'of this faa- ure Ifi as t A" reUredj sea -and grandson Become fast friends. The joy's father, a objects lo the' friendship-of ,the two, owing lo iftunerg and laniunge of the' old The grandfather is deeply hurt and, goes away "to learu etiquette." hfs ahB'ence tifa child piues !or his and, vio- lently ill calls for him in iis deliri'tim, To saVe'the chlld'i life; the' old man Is" and a toucliInE Cakes, place, ai.-th'e little one Bijou Theatre To-Night "The Stain" A Dramatic Gem' I-1: '.MOOSE .JAW here division .of the Coons, stiDerintea and 32 members tbe ,i for the at Gal "'will' leave tonight; -for- Saskatoon, skeleton is-probably the onlsvonc of a' Yi'here the first 'concert will b'e wild.buffalo in From Saskatoaa.the go to The oxislcnce of this race of buffalq Calgary'ahd Vancouver..In tho latter city be provided for the great Canadian conclave o.F the Knights Templar, Vancouver tbe- musicians will BQ_ip Tacoma and then on to Portland, Salt Lalte City, Chic- ago and St-_Piul. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN Great Lakes Steamships from IFbrt William at ,2'oii SHndays, Ti.icsdays, Tlliurstiaj's, Frhlays mm Saturdays' or Port McNieoH and jhnecting ckets frcini 't V V North Pacific Coast Chi P June 1 to Sept 30 .Return OcL 31stfl913 Ticket Office 512 VANCOUVER, B. C, B. C. WESTMINSTER, B.C, WASH.