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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta CANADIAN FORESTE VOSGES AND JURA e Y couKtes r OF c. x ii CANADIANS SHOW THE WAY Bv ROLAND HILL1. tk't Jura produced One jar 11 the broke out twevly mills o[ Canadian places in which the Canasl.iss lie esgiaeer ef tic llioraEelves. doins war j Express, toli of to: bitenslBes duly those of ilw Canadian Forertry I drove (ho Canadian-Pacific, Ooros can claioi almost prior Nartken or British Tke. derer caginwrs of thi1 Corpf were always to Wp tbe vUUcenr them te baraws tbtt Ttee-clMl all apiicallDg for to late the trip over toe arlier, [he tiwi. were crying for U in Um tan power for Heclric-licit to -TUB tbeir (I) Caar.dhs keep the ways in condition. the four ol AlUea climbed oft (lie eiglne, Kuropc sonl Canadian iiraoer secrets IB the ary raembfrs bl tlie French. Rail war wxter srsteies tbo eagice up the (2) Canadian ForresU-iS funaiBg tic anti British buckets tfi'e south of coulit ppcak DO laopuage uuL circa, but' they knew vihat tfaej- were rofeseor o rersffr and the oth'er ITM icr one of llic after and they could tell to the thou -It Is estl lied that the taluc extracted f year (yfrc francs, att in yfjare the tree ia4 there of these to be cyt fnlo railway slwpera war. The French Gereranent n buying then from tke UK- aWpkutlcated A iMBtt v-ent with a in resta and turpentine (3) Cable railways bring clown ending supply of logs in tee (5) Canadian doctors and tend the sick and injured at Jura. Fmm to a one old lortsfr near the "ipnolsn 11 was for ura.ttr of a rniiu and a fortuie for (he He lore tbe cheque up at (fcc amount cut a6d delft be coulO only Iblnk in values, (6) This is the champion mill o' tho dnd some ol its day's produc tion. Mt in cbirtagf. Ker several weeks the' deal fire and then he eichanged forest for a oiw mile) p.nay. asblBg as his Hills from iXe faraimy Do besl record of Ihc Canadian Korcslrj for Ihc British was Ihc supplyios o! one hundred extra trees. The rapidity ol solid ronk cuttings ISrousti lot with' which the Canadians cut direct to tbe (7) Qnaint Arbois, d town where Canadian] lumbeniien congregate. We slowly wtt tie Frenchmen. French Irora the Vosccs nnii calleJ Ihera o( Canada." briag them miles dofrn Iho Jura Mountains, on the Snljs border, roads by ox learns Jnto.ui anil from the the Gironac, of Itin poiSr folk hid never ba.l lh< serriceief F. of UordcaHV, (8) The average mill tuns oul 45.0CO the kindly at-; mlforms came to bp IE -'Ton.Ike of finished lumbtr daily. hi< qnrtinl riionnlaln viljagts the opcaeii Ihi-.if homcui-to, the from across (lie ATi I.aDdes, wlitre ra (jolce far aliaost'Sivinirt, aad Jura, tto Can'adlaa (9) Jhp logging waggons, like Iho mills, came froni Canada. Jhs vijor and ojpsdiHon of the sit ftjiind dislan'. relations of toe tlie "virloiis mllis at Hit paradise oil tiic ilopoc of the Jura. satae names, phr.rish tier, la the mountaineers of like ;