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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta -1 ^ 1 RETURN OF THE BUFFALO (Calgary Herald.) Till? FAf-LKV MO\AUC|t Monarch* of old, We greet you as you pass im. Tmih', docile, raged e*en n* the hum- hie sheep. Hone are the day* when rolling prnlr lo* 1 rcinhled, And Indians MimI before your 1 rumpling feel. Not for n ilny. lint through Ihe ('OUtltleS* UgCS, You reigned HWprrutv' wtlh imnt of .V�0 we obtained �'hw� And tin* iv*Mue will Im� gathered In and brought tip during tho full. Forty hill's got nwny frolic us altogether, nnd of this mimlior we onu^ht no less thnn 'Jo hi nno day. Twenty-two Mexican vowhoy* rounded up the bulla bos nnd each man ehnugod his mount every two hours. The herd \\(\f\ srntteied iiltotit. i�n Ihe moiin -In Ins ol Montana, ii nd the pidnt from which this irnln siurtod was llavnlli, hi, the Flathead reservation. Tho entire work was brought lo u eonrlosion wit bout any serious m-viiUut in Mouiuuu, nod Uiiw tu spUo of iIn' hot ihut ihe corralling of the animals orcupiob of nny kind wore H. 0. McMullon ami myMf. On enrn ttm rnlveN novor toft tholr eiUtcfl. "Th'o rcanon llmt w� ure dclnyinPf heon cormllcd he vhnrgoil tlto enlon. Mr. McMutlcm nnd u\VncU Were numU Ing on the top of the HWool fomv nnd the forco of the �hork ivclpMttied u*t to the ground." "I camped wk* /lit n ncratch hut Mr. Mctfulten'n Arm wan Ronvwhnt hniit�nens the hlg l>en�lft Mtempt lo bark it way. Their Hi�eedf however, has Iwjcn checked nfld 1hey eminot rim over the line of horsemen thnt is drawn clone nround \\\ou\, (IrndimUy they nro .worked Into the bi^ \**x\h as they niv wanted for londin^ nmluhen they me ItnYft" The five Moxlcnnn who nre on the I ruin will do this work. They hnve brought their own saddles with them nnd horttPN hnvo lieen �rr�nge�l for, vhich will nw*et us no l^nmont. It will he neccHAiiry to n* of Idson In enntern zoological gnedens and prlvnte pre  w�ivi* in the east come from this herd. Prohnblv 150 bend hnve lxvn sold in this way. Howard l&ttr.n, tttimv of the encloHun* into which)'he well known hunter and expert of reached THK 111(1 KXCLOSrilK. "The enclosure which in \10,000 acres in extent, 1* surrounded by nn eight foot line fence similar lo the ft nee uhien surrounds the pnrk nt. Iluulf. We hoi�e thnt* the entire herd *ill l�o unlonded hy tomorrow even-inir. hut when we rememlier ihe fnct thnt It took ur hour over the service of the Northern Pacific und !I0 mileK over, the Ore*! NorlHern. Th#� train consists of Kevnnteen cum. lit some ruses the hufTal iev haw hrt�n loosed singly while in other cases the Itensts havi* been placed in compart uveitis." nnd hnve kept the herders on the Jump. "On several occasions ti flci*m**d if somebmly would he seriously hurl, Tltoritl.KK Of THK CAIAKS. "One of the most curloun nights of Ihe whole undertaking," concluded Mr. UoiiglAH, "wan the wny in which the en Ives clung to their mother'^ sidej*. Kroi^ the time thnt the herd|dri\e down the Mission Vnljoy to ih.-� wuft put on the move to Ihe timet hot railway N accomi lishi�d withonimuch Litirlcr �nd De�kin i lOal trouMo nf InnrllnK login The pons art* built as si rung as they ran be made. IVevloun ex|>crien.mailer sum than KloO.Oon Cnnadn Uvom>s the owner of the largest hem of bison In Ihe world. IMHN INC |\. The animals hn\e Nvn herder I enough on their r**s�>rvallon \ I*-come familiar with mounted m;*n and the IN THK I'KNH. Once In the main pen* the animal* are cut out, one hy one. nnd run into the loading pen. They are wild nnd hy ihi*. time angry. a few pawing* of the cart It * n toss of the mighty hend ami Ihe imprisoned hull looks about him. A narrow �ate In opon and H necmn to him to lend to HljertyT Through the opening he tlutmeH. the gMo awlngn what l*>hind him ami he Is In the chute that leads to the car. Perch**! on thf running boartlahmg the chute In a big Indian with his (nrlut loop swung wide often. As the buOal/> lunge* forwnwl Udow him, he droops the noono over the angry hend. A turn around n smibtiiiiK post, nnd the noofte In tlghtej\eil nnd the' animal I* held fast, bars an* i thrust -ncross the chute iwhind him so he enn mil hack miil. then lie is under control nnd I* eased inio ib.> en r. I.OAHK0. Once in On* car he Is giwn hay nml Water nnd made to find as much nt home us itossthle, but the tamper of a bulTiilo bull In sullen and his imagination is not keen imoiigh in mako dr>* hny n n no�ck cnr resemble in nny way the nweot grass on the Mud creek prairie. 'Ihe cows, ns n rulp, nn* mm*!' ens -tly handte^ *-k *" wealth ami for Ijertuty. tfio Cride ut the Went hroad grassy prairie, >lta winding rivers, fanned by the breezes thi un sweet rest. The home of the rancher, wtore often roumod tho red man With bow and with arrow his trlhe to defend; The shout of the cowboy who lives on the broncho Are soon bi the past, may the blcatlings Attend; The �ong of ihe wild birds where once grazed the buffalo, So rich and enchanting their melodies blend. �. � j We are oft for Alberta, our dear *ier country, Ik-loved hy all nations is Canada. West. We ivnd of thy rfchea and dream of i thy iMMuty. ft Oh, Sunny Alberta, the Land of tho Went. - ^ j !� l t - -1 , ' ,����,-71 r. .Iouu'�on since thee I oho come to the colonies nnd Uqterthem, sehes indlxidnaily. IKmco it is exceed !of ,,w lm�wrl�l Confereiuv. Tho sac Ingly. illoyicnl for us to ask the poor-!,,n"1 ,,,x,,fli. mint n.. Vr*U-r.W,\ *",">l " """ ,VO,"�' "�* t�r� fr..,n iliom. C..l,ni,,l prcmlorn ! �iv" " f'��l'"'K vntwnn .... n hIiirIl. �..Rht not. .horof�.,v. 1, ,,M ihtlr''WT"T- Tl.c l.thoml party Mloo.l tro.,k.n.l..u, wolghl to Ih, hI.1,. �ht.|,' � '"rk l*�w� 1-n.lll mil of tlK� Hc�nty 'pittance of the weak und poor. There would lie another battle, but nlj ho Ferule Council hns pa*tHHt an earl> cl J i HI - ^ �-I 1 L 4 , h v IS THE SAFEST AND MOST PROFITABLE INVESTMENT YOU CAN GET ive for sale 10 section* of FINE WHEAT LANDS, 4 miles from Stirling that we are retailing at the right price and on good terms. It will pay you to see this land before buying elsewhere. Write or call on us to-day. LETHBRIDGE, CANADA LIMITED . h. � -/--if 1 l ;