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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta P'ase S Till' LRTlimUllGK DAILY JIKKALD Octolu'i- 25.' Arctic Canada a Reindeer Pavadise iu This In the L'nilcd SHIM en of I'roV'.iguttoa uuncmert, f ivhere trews were Will !lie great stretches of Arctic, Is the iiropayalJoa cf iloatsiicatedi errftory which Canada owns ever'be Nlridwr, to uoLTUJilBc weal- Irs'10 a POWlattou ttM inufl have rceat, i.. -L by souse exports 10 be Shore are immerse areas of wfck-h j ijgbi 10 bo tinned, .to some uccouai 'or the good of- and hutnacfty n jeu-frit It seems to be possible o grow Mghclaij. grains nad es up as far as the Arctic Circle.; Che Government Inspector it Indian posts, who WAS recently 11 Ottawa, exhibited vegetables it Fort Mcfhcrson that vOtiU taw lone credit to a Southern Ontario- Tsrrfiery capable fcr yroJuc- 115 foodstuffs has an ars-jrej future.! >ut it is Arciic wastc-s, ihere now the trapper and hunter ir.d uoraad KsXliao aloae disturb ilia lolltade. that will in tbe future >-cari >o the subject of manlike COD- :tni. The most obvious of all uses of the cattle.supplies.of the vorM. A Retrdter Expert's.Opinicn, An icte re sting uuMiOELraph OD subject of and its voisibillties. hcs been uritten, st cf 1'ordeii, by Conrad Slcm. Vwk- Mr. Siera io tto early lihiet'es ovner of tradiii? posts in AUska. aiiJ there uas by the pro- 'that the domesticated "rein- deer of Siterla. should to impottc-d iu form a food reserve oT value lo iliy miniug He undertook to carry out a scheme tsitericg for ivindeer with ihe 3L- berian. noitiads, and enlisted the sup- port of a high" .Vhurch' olQcial who had teea superfntecdEDg miasiou work ported to bo lul was a laJl'urei Stoiios of starving: rjinera iu sdncd tfec I'nlted the I'ultfd Ooverti- StMes to aiiroyrlRte- t to HimiaV rocaer.v to ihojKl) to buy moro deer iu JjiylainJ.: rtalion ol vylud-ier Tb'eso starved lo on sterile L htrds. Alatkftu ceist. Then It that tuiatads. (he the IVciSurj- IK'partmMU had to Etiling for c-v liyssisu the ex- bpirate it wojll i rcrtntion of the dcvr, alU-r til. and iu tor liw KsU-j tte United had to replue ol North .mix-up, wag so complete, but sinalJy ?.n pjive tue deer loiforiatleu slatica a black eye, tbat it was with in charge of Mr. Slew, Af'-.T mutli I a ibcd. The uet result of m'smaii-' ireuMf, ar.il he rsempnt of the yho'-e schtiuio was tlie lieiuil tf bucdred .door, con- i ot tbe Sibcr'au outlet for ditbna bosun t6 looli p'oidi'iis- jdecr anil th? toriuatloa of. an unsyiu- A Black Eye to the j valbptlc yullic opinion en (fee scheme.', li-jt. IKP trans-; Uut, as Mr. Slcm the fiasco- i-Qiif- wh'ch wejre--lo for j does oot'alter the merits of the rein-; did u'uii! VIT> lato, jitter .is food aruiuale, or thHr value .....di- ;in countries whose conditions are (hp ttausylant the domestitaled relcdeer lo new territory wodul bo lo obtain c Click ut herdfTd- The Eslilmos (DO much glvoa to huiitbg atd, trad- ing to.ktPp herds, Mr. Sitin thloks that French hftbUauta the most suitable of auy Class ot i-Ioiietrs fur such The Hard to Teach. AVfcsn the flrat Siberian herds w lo Tsohukschee .licrJiufn were brought to tcaeh the KsViasos lo lake care of the deer. Tl'.eu It was to try iHudeia as ttucheri. Most ot broke away when the wero" on, and became rich owners of mining vroprllcs. One of the richest iu AUsVa today Is QUO of herderd- 11 was BOOH mils. A tow herders aud n few can look alter thousands of then: They are able to the moss past1 ure under three tf: four foot of They neveV Bt-iuipedo In a The verted n.-u War Tii-.-u 'driven a thousand miles iii Alaska to Port CQ-JOterpart of Siberian conditions. The difficulties that wculd have io bo fji-cd by any Government soikiog to Winter Gas should eonu'ifer' the value'of regular gas appliances in saving gas. WKilVperhaps a convert- ed appliance may give valuable service, a regular gas appliance whether for heating, cooking, 'water healing, or power, better service 'and tonsurnes a mint- mum of gas. All kinds of appliances are made, especially for gas. They are cheaper than similar coal appliances, and gas used, in them is the cheapest.'cleanest best fuel there is. The Natural EVELYN-XESBIT THAW AND HER I. c.i The little two-rear-olil cjiap atrivect England on the Lusitnnia, .anJ Ihe pictures we're Enamel! 'at tbe pier, The New Fuel for Gasoline Engines Motor Spirits Will Give 25 Per Cent More Power Than Gasoline And is Sold at 2c Per Gallon Less Than Gasoline The Genuine Motor Spirits is sold in Canada Only by Announce esources Lots in the Townsite of A Divisional-Point on tHe Swift Curfent-Bassano Branch Near the Forks of the Red Deer and Saskatchewan Rivers on Plans, Upset Price Lists, May Be Obtained after MONDAY, OCTOBER 20th, by Application at any of the Department's Offices, or from the inent of Natural Resources CALGARY, ALBERTA ;