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Canadian Alpine Journal  (1908) 
Volume 1, Number 2


CANADIAN ALPINE JOURNAL.


published by the
ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA
1908


Printed by the Herald Job Printing Co., Limited, Calgary, Alberta.

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COLONEL AIMÉ LAUSSEDAT

THE ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA


Officers for 1908-1910


Patron

Sir Sandford Fleming, C.E., K.C.M.G., LL.D., Ottawa, Ontario

President

Arthur O. Wheeler, F.R.G.S., Calgary, Alberta

Vice-Presidents

John D. Patterson, Woodstock, Ontario

Morrison P. Bridgland, Calgary, Alberta

Secretary

Mrs. H. J. Parker, 160 Furby St., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Executive Secretary

S. H. Mitchell, 567 Spence St., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Treasurer

C. W. Rowley, Manager Canadian Bank of Commerce, Calgary, Alberta

Librarian

Miss Jean Parker, 160 Furby St., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Advisory Board

Frank Yeigh, Toronto, Ontario

Stanley L. Jones, Calgary, Alberta

D. H. Laird, Winnipeg, Manitoba


Applicants for membership must be proposed by three Active members.

Applications for Active membership must be accompanied by a statement of qualification, duly attested.

Graduating members must qualify within two years of date of election.

All subscriptions are payable on the 1st of January in each year.


CANADIAN ALPINE JOURNAL




The Publishing Committee is not responsible for statements made by contributors to the Canadian Alpine Journal.




CONTENTS—VOLUME I., No. 2.

MOUNTAINEERING SECTION
Three Attempts on Pinnacle. By P. D. McTavish 197
The First Ascent of Mt. Garibaldi. By A. T. Dalton 205
A Day on Sir Donald. By Frank W. Freeborn 211
Expedition to Lake O'Hara. By R. L. Glisan 216
Nature Benigna. Poem by Theodore Watts-Dunton. (From "The Coming of Love") 223
SCIENTIFIC SECTION.
The Causes of Mountain Forms in the Canadian Rockies. By A. P. Coleman, M.A., Ph.D., University of Toronto 224
Mt. Stephen Rocks and Fossils. By Dr. Chas. Walcott, Secretary, Smithsonian Institution 232
The Nature and Activity of Canadian Glaciers. By Prof. William Hittell Sherzer, Michigan State College 249
Botanical Notes.
The Orchidaceae of the Rocky and Selkirk Mountains. By Julia W. Henshaw 264
Flora of the Saskatchewan and Athabasca Rivers. By Mary T. S. Schaffer 268
Glacier Observations 1906-1907.
Motion of the Yoho Glacier. By Arthur O. Wheeler, F. R. G. S 271
MISCELLANEOUS SECTION.
Paradise Valley Camp. By Francis C. Walker 276
Untrodden Ways. By Mary T. S. Schaffer 288
The Alpine Club's Jubilee. By Arthur O. Wheeler, F.R.G.S. 295
In Memoriam.
Colonel Aime Laussedat. Biographical Sketch, by E. Deville, LL.D 310
Alpine Club Notes. Editorial 314
OFFICIAL SECTION.
Report of Secretary 320
Statement of Treasurer 324
Report of Librarian 325
Report of 1907 Camp 328
Report of Chief Mountaineer 329
Expeditions 330
Receipts and Expenditures, Paradise Valley Camp 334
MAP.
The Ice Forefoot of the Yoho Glacier. To accompany "Motion of the Yoho Glacier" by Arthur O. Wheeler 275



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