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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta J VUIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1911 no m rai UHH BROWN RECALLS THE YEAR 1377 IN THIS COUNTRY Car.lstOLj, AHa. Jan. sernl- annual mealing cf "Tue KtntUitfs." this uOiili HlUo class of St. Andrews I'rcsbyieilan churvh. was I bold In the on Tuesday Ilov. 10. CatiKrciL TVHB elected boa- j orary Tall -was elected with Sire. U. II. and Mr. l-rt'sWontP. Dr. J. Kliacr Amos was reelcctcd toaclu-r ami Miss IMssei ECC- Hose Hodgson j ts In bo organist and MEss Hcatrleo fit en son The Indian Ihc BlooJ re- fi-rro In bis last re-port to tho JJo- ]artmeiit of Ir.dian affairs states (bat the general lieahli of tho Indiana lias been gcpd tiering iho [isst year. No lag Ions sts hive been pres- ent and tbopp a'hnents requiring most flttontloii were inttbtlnal troubles during ttic summer aial bronchial during the uJutcr. Al' Intliaiis were during ycwr. It IE said in the rerort that tuber- culosis is not by any means arrested nmoic USD Moods. The reserro phy- tfciati. Dr. Kituards, IIILS liikew ail precaution, however, to h'struct those living to such cases what measures should be adopted lo pre- vent its spread. Tlie Indians, says the aro faying morn htteuHuji j to Funking liomes and Ings more attractive and clean, and aro not so much given to i Tlie Indians have been iiiore attention, lo buildings. There p-re upwards of 200 dwellings ot log structure and 15 of frame. They havo 75'horse stables and 100 cattle. TUG reserve, has a EpEendld liospltal at Stand-Off on the Belly riv- er and conducted by tho Sisters ot Mercy of tho Homan Catholic church. The institution vlEltcd regularly by tho reserve physician. Two Isolation ii'ards provide contagious cases. Tho Cards ton creamery continues lo turn out great boses of butter. On the last day ot" "the old year Mr. Me- Intosb nearly pounds of butter. Last month the total ran un to pounds, which is 'pounds in excess ol December There is. abundant indication in these figures that Cardston district la go- ing into mlseil 'faming in earnest. Tlie creamery, year ehrls with this inonth, and a meeting ot patrons anil stockholders be ht'.d shortly aiter al vi'liicli a statement of the year's ViisTnets The rxceptJonErtly mild weather of tobl iiioDth lias brought forth some comparisons with oihcv Alberta winters. Epmo of these havo ap- peared in the press and havo come to ihc notice of John Geo. Brown, sup- erintendent of the- Waterton Lakes fark. In a Ictter'to the Herald cor- respondent Mr. Brown t.ays: ''1 have seen in some of the papers lliat such "rVrallier as "wo aro b.ivinp was never known in Alberta Tlits is a TrtslMcu. In 1877 and t there Mas just such a winter. Vhasi j ivere the years liie buffalo lafl tha country. Xol a bit of snow tti! Mnrcii 15th, and then very much. I around between tho Sweet Grass IHils and. Fort. Walsh in tlic Cypress mountains in a wacon all-the Feason with my "wife and three little children. 1 was hunting anil trapping. It was warm all'tho time." What might have been a serious firo Eir.oth6rctl Itself In the small of, Monday morning. It oc- c-jrrcil in the pool parlor'of Mr. Jcr- dan ar.d its origin, ia a mystery. Mr. Jordou was in tho building at ono o'clock in [Tie morning and there was r.o tlgu of firo then. When lie opened liis place oE buslnoEs.oa Monday about S o'clock llio walla were covered "with Eoot. nnd the floor cliarred In places. JIow tho fire occurred is not knovrn. THE I, E T H B R 11> C E DAILY 11 E R A L D PAGE MSB January 2nd, 1914 January 2nd, 1914 A New City A( {lie beginning of a Year aim Co impress on every'purchaser of u motor on every much his own jJersonal Interesfs.arc advanced by the iUkveKupnieiit in Caiuula of a enterprise, of the'size cf The huilding up of sneh nn jiulnstry requires years oi' time ami large expenditures of money, but it has a real value to every cilixcn extcnl thai few realize. in Wages, Materials, etc. In UK: pjisl years this Company luis out for wigus uiui suLiru's in Canada UIL' sum (if In its own shops olliccs il lias ilir- ct'Uy cniploycil the year round ;ui uvcraue of 10 people. This is only parl of the employment all'onled. Alljionjjli tin; ('oin niniinfaclnres Ihc "iTiitor porlidii or ils em's, it buys raw materials and plies outside, such as lunihci-, steel, rnbher, rubber tires, upholstering, for belling', oils, jjivases and iiibrieahfs, uoppcr, brass and aliuiiinuin, cleolric lixlines, plate ylass, brushes, broomr.. factory supplies, building ninleriuls, structural steel, hair For cau- va's, bolls, nuts, sere'.vs, mai'hincry, paints varnisbes, catalogues, printed material, electrieily for power, for liHlHini; and manuracturiiii; and u husl of other minor items. So great a volume ilo these attain, that in the two years, our pnrchiK-icj amoiinted lo Hie sum of distributed umuiiis unable to ratae a penny on the stone. The 'diamond Is an amber atone, perfectly clear, and of undoubted value. It was found at Droogevord, South Afrlea, and resembled the He has ah own trie itone to all the big London dealers, birl while they have all dliplayed keen Interest, all have declined to purchase on one pretext or Si.. Louis railroad; New York. Xew Iroin lime to time ot var- rambcrs ol thc nrm ttlc tliErty corpnrations 'even Ticcn seenled at anil Mr. Mor- nnnour.cfinenl ncatcd a Ktrisa- such as Wall street lins rarely Ji jpilc of Ihc Targr ninnlicr of ro- fsiertntions loilay, Morgan lar.d f'p. are Mill represented on the Mrs. George Chambers, aunt nt W. C. Chambers, Has scrioii injured wlicn a runaway team dashed Into Ms motor cnr I'amlllo'n. Hcf. W. H, DewBTt, 'Q ol Norwood, Onl., lias bceri to; the li.utorale tho oljl jrorlh jChii lioalon, from thrj aicepld of. which lu 1775 lanlerna were hung notifying 1'aul Ilc'TCro of tlic llrillsh maich-to Coucord anJ Islington. hoards fif a riutnbrr of important cor- nnv M, Morgan's annoimccrarnt trafc t s ready retired from these companies 'I'lie recent "of political events, L __i such as the "money trust." investiga- tion the- Pujo commiUec, and polls Iron, Washington that the (he Mws wns flnshcil h minislratioa is coasMfrmg Icgisljtim and nrus tickers (o the lulcrlockins diroclotatcs. has 5twk hrokcra dropped thdr silualmn mi.li! anrt lor soino lime Ihc ex- to enter .ipon (his chantf in ,vas practically Elvrn up to j i, .'flisciisslnn of the announccinrnt I.nr wvcial Jays Wall street hart fcWfll tumors thai Morgan and Co. en Poor. The ar-r.ounrfnifnl hnd no effect pn the TAOH tiio stock of corpora- j lior.s inosl tlireetli' connected uitli the IIousr ol Morgan, vaty in prices. WILL PRODUCE HUNDRED TONS A DAY AT MINE NEAR DIAMOND "CITY made an unsuccessful attempt to cause a revolution. The soldiers marched 'through the principal streets and tiicir'wcre up In Iront of Mira Flpres-Palate, ivhcre the memhrrs of the loicign liplomalic corps had gathered to ot- Icr their Year's greetings. Tile llatlrarsl Mining Company, Ltd., willi offices, at 302 Siierlock tluildlng, has been reorganized' and have start- ed their mine'at UiamonU CHy. Uielr erniljuncnt, llyjj1..