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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAttE FOURTEEN THB; LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST-11, IU24 Causes of Sickness in City V Outlined in M. H. 0, Report For The Month of July ?onzi Case Creates Lots of Sensations Senator DoVeber. medical healthy Officer, has presented tbe foNowiDg report to the Board of Health: August 5. The Chairman and Members, Lethbrldge Board Health. Gentlemea: I herewith submit my report tor tti month ot July, 1930. with tiio number of contagious and In- fectious diseases. Scarlet fever, 3; Typhoid 1. ouUIde case from Maerath; Tubercu- losis, 3, outside case from Coutts and ono from Ne.TF Dayton; Chicton poi, 1, contracted onl of to WE. No cases admitted to the Isolation Hospital; one discharged; hospital now free from cases. cook en- gaged to fill 'vacancy. ___ Deaths............ 1 heart failure, 1 scarlet 1 goitre and caacer ot kidney, 1 asthma, V broncho pneumonia, 1 1 Indigestion, 2 myocarditis, 1 intes- tinal obstruction, 3 gunshot 'murder suicide, 1 typhoid. 1 EtiU horn, 1 hypbstatic pneumonia. 1 pelvic sbcess, 1 unknown. 1 accidental suffo- cation, 1 chronic Brjghl's disease. U GEO. Medical Health Officer. Sanitary Inspector's Report, Lcthh ridge, 5, 19: Dr. L. Geo. DeVoher, Medical Health Officer, City of LettAridge. Dear Sir: Tho following is my re- purt for the month ending July 31, 1920: Premises placed in quarantine: Scarlet Fever, 3, Chicken Pox 1. Premises released from quarantine: Premises in. quarline: Scarlet fever VChlctten'p'px 1- Premises placed in modified quaran- tine: Premises disinfected, 11. Capacity disinfected cnblc. feel, Samples'of water I'ejtamlned, 16: Samples of mllfc examined! 3. Plumhing. permits issued, 3. Plnmbi'ns inspections, 3. House s. Old 1. Inspection of abattoirs and butcher shops, 7. Inspection of hotels and restaurants 6. Inspection of 6. Lavatories inspected, 24.- Miscellaneous nulsaices' abated. Results of MIlk.Tests Name Butter Fa Crystal Daig--................. 4 Butterwick 3: Chief Mountain 3.3 Itesults of tests of milk for sed 1, clean; grade 5, dirty r Crystal Dairy, 1; Buttereick, 1 Chiof fountain, i. Results of tests ot milk for basteria Crystal Dairy, Chief Mom -tain, Butterwiek, Water Examinations' The following are the results tests of water made in the city la! oratory during April Dale From bac. per C.C. Test.B.Co July 13 14 lii is 21 City Hall do do do do do do do do 11 77 9 17 2 12S 30 15 S31'- dp do do' 30. do 30 filters Higest count. POE. Xeg. So do' do Poi do Keft ,do do P03., 560 33. -Keg. too ncmerons over 12 do '17 'do over; lowest Fuel...................' 1336 Urocerirt and meat W.90 .Meat and Groceries 06.30 3111k, 5.05 Telephone 2.50 Stores expense 6.61 Supplies............... 15.33 Kqulpmeut.............'. 1SO.OO redit by cash: Mies Dobbs for Abbot SO.OU 3. Miklriialk 19.50 RElATHITHE Boston Bank, of Which He Was A Director, Closes Doors LONDON, Aug. offic- al statement from Moscow carries a rief paragraph with regard to the ghtlng on the Crimean front, where he soviet forces are engaging those- f General Wrangel. Tho Etatcment ays: "On the Crimean front the fighting n tho entire front was favorable to s." Position of Poles BOSTON'. Aug. fol lo'.ved in tho Ponel case to day. Charles 1'ouzl. who recently i jumped iuto notoriety as a speculator.! adiiiiited that ha was the Charles! Ponzi who served terms ot imprison- J merit in Montreal and Atlanta sonic years ayu. At she moment that he was making a confession ot his past. Ike Hanover Trust Company, in which i'onzl a director, was dosed by Bank Commissioner Joseph Allen, j Mr. Allen declared that the reports Ot liis agents indicated Ibfct th liyely associated in tho minds of hun- dreds who had given their money to Ponzi for investment and who had lieen waiting anxiously in the ilown-i to-.vn streets for devcloifinenls thatj had been hourly expected. A crowd. congregated la front the Hanover Trust Company, at the corner of Wasbiuston and Water streets, p.nd 1 presently the street was filled almost I' the inclusion of traffic. I 1'onii who orgauized the Securities company and lock in mil- lions for investment from thousands of clients, said in his statement to- day that lie took the blame for au- other person in Montreal. He also] insisted that ho was still solvent :md could pay all notes now outstanding against him. I Aug. Pol- sh forces have abandoned the town of istrolenka, they continue to occupy jMsitions hetween the Narew and Bug rivers, and are sufficiently strong to efend direction. The vacuation of Oslrolenka, however, nvolves the grouping of the Polish orces along th-s middle reaches of the Jug river, where they are'retreating oward the river Liwiso, east of War- inr. .Along this stream the Poles tave fortified positions which extend long a line more than 30 miles from :Soviet cavalry involved in the oper- ation norih ot the Narew river is authoritatively reported not to be trong enOTgh to attempt to force a passage to the'.yistnla, or to even seriously threaten the Thorn sector. The swinging movement toward the John Morriston. was lilll- uoith of this city, apparently plannedled in a mysterious manner while out o outflank tha defenses of Warsaw and force the Poles across tlio Vistula, is LABOR MEMBERS ARE ATTEND I WINNIPEG. Aug. raem-jl bers-eloct will this afternoon discuss.J the advisability of their, attendance nt the independent farmer party .meet- j ing here tomorrow night. X R. Boivtn, secretary of the newj party, has issued an authorized iiiviia-; tion''to labor memheVs-eR'Ct to :ittend the meeting. No members desired to j forecast tjie decision of the Dominion labor party executive on tho matter, hut present indications. Fays a local paper, point to the probability ot their I attendance. to withdraw the greatest manoeuvre undertaken as yet by the Bolshevik. After crossing -the Dan- zig railway, the soviet cavalry is .re- ported to have turned' southward, be- ing closely followed" infaulry. which has marcted close along Prussian frontier. the driving. Montreal coal importers cipeet coal prices to go tip a dollar or more a ton. The Dominion Fire Chiefs' Associa-! tion unanimously voted in frtvor of a j Firfl College at Ottawa. New York City has a new telephone count, 3, Average, excluding July 28, 29, 67.7. Teat for contamination: positive 12. The average count has betn consid- erably -higher than normal and on four, occasions the tests have shown presumptive evidence of contamina- tion; On the 2Stb and 2Sth the count Jumped to au enormous number, and on the 30th I examined a sample di- rect .from .tfie filter together with one as usual, both of which normal count of 13 and 17 per C.C.; respectively. The temperature of the water In the river is high and this likely to greatly increase the mim- ber 'of bacteria In (he raw water, hut the sudden-increase followed by a de- crease to normal wonld-indicate local distnrbandes, sucb the use o[ hyd- rant's and repairs to mains as the cause of tbo unsatisfactory not that the water generally Is not good: Laboratory Work samples examined Milk camples examined Specimcnts examined 3 Mailing outfits given out 5 Isolation Report Patients admitted during July Patients discharged during July 2 Patients remaining July 31st..... 0 Number of hospital days 33 Attached is the treasurer's state- ment for tho month of Juno. Ilespecltiilly submitted, J. T. J. Sanitary and Plumbing Inspector. Board of Health Expenditure for Juniv 1520 Health Department: Inspector A unique memorial, in the form (if a drinking fountain, to the memory j f nnveilcd In Kcw Gardens, Toronto, on ot the late Dr. Wm. D. was i _______ _______ _.. Civic Holiday, August 2. Tha main column, shown in the picture, is II cet high. Health Officer 150.00 Stcncgrapher 16.77 9.oS .Stamps and Stationery 5.00 DlsenfeclanU........... 2.00 Flenl................. 10.M Sundries................25 Credit by cash Inspection 20.50 17.00 Ttcnt Ico'-.. Laboratory 330.52 10.00 8.00 18.00 Isolation Hospital 1'ay roll................ 4.1" lire lasuranco.......... Cut Down the Sugar Bill by eating a cereal that contains i's own sugar self-developed from grain in Grape-Nuts 'As a breakfast or luncheon cereal with cream or milk; or sprinkled over fresh fruit or berries Grape-Nuts adds to the meal's pleasure-and is economical. Buy from-your grocer. of Bargain Saturday The necessity of absolute clearance of all summer stocks during the season for which they were bought; the necessity of making a final cjean-up of all'yard goods to make this a strictly ready-to-wear store; the necessity of making things hum while alterations are under way, and your shopping comforts more or less.disturbed by the noise of the hammer and these circumstances combine make, this week-end bargain list by far the most enticing ever published by this store, No need for a long talk about prices wHicK afford such unusual sayings as these. A comparison of regular and sale prices tells its own economy, tells it best.. Suffice it to that merchandise included is all cf the highest standard of quality it possible t6 procure, and prices for the next three days are in ihe majority of than like qualities coXild be purchased fbr at wholesale at the "present time. These Girls' Wash Dresses i Damty and Beautiful Georgette Waists Heavy Silk Hose 98c Values up to Excellent quality plain colors In white, stvy. taupe, cordovan fawn, navy, etc.: also striped anli- Iesv3uch at; wliito with fawn, ith. grey, wliilo slice blue, etc.; hosiery that we could not replace cow for anything like the salo price. Thursday, Xriflay, aud 'Saiur.-Uy derful Value and Offer Great Variety of Choice in Sizes 2 to 14 Q Q Q j Identically the same class of garments as havo sold during tlie eatiro season at mid each. We .were fortunate in securing a sjte'cinl lot al verj- low clearing price and now offer them at abuut what the material aionc would cost you and actually rtt about half the original value. Made of splendid quality ginghams in stripes and checks, plain voiles In white arid colors and fancy checked stripes and white pique in very new and attractive styles. Complete range of sizes 2 t9 6 years and 6 to 14 years. in Similar Styles to Those Usually Sold at to far? Price Another siiec-ially purchased lot selling at about tlie ,cost of the material alone. These as stated above, aie on a par with any you will sco at f 12.50 to and f.re shown in a arlendid Tftrlety of choice.as to stylesf all tho wanted colors ami f'lll ot sizes up to -M. Made of fine sheer georgette crepe tn colors white, flesh, grey, navy, sand, taupe, black, etc., handsomely braided, embroidered and appliqueU in many dainty and very attractive designs. AIL brand new. i Were Clearing the Balance of all Summer Goods at a Straight Discount, Without Reserve, of 20 per cent. This includes our entire slocks of wash (tresses and skirts, middies.and smocks, both Jn ladies' and girls' sizes; jerseys and ivash snHs; and u score or more of various other clearing !ities'; .many of 'which we "can give you hut a faint idea of liere. READ THIS LIST CAREFULLY AND MAKE A PERSONAL INSPECTION. First Showing-of MEMORIAL TO PHYSICIAN "sweaters'' anii" pearls; new suits nntl coa t s; n s w skirts and dresses; hos- iery anrl- neT petticoats and ti- Some ot the very latest ;ind most altracUveuaoYClty eac- inenls 01 the are to hand and can bo to advantage in big new rcady-Lo section. All Wash Sale.......... All Wash All Wash Skirts- Sale All Wash Skirts- Sale All Wash Sale........... All Wash Skirts- Sale MIDD-V WAISTS In a Big Showing 20 per cent. Off VOILE BLOUSES .Plain and Fancy 20 per cent. Off VOILE SMOGKS In lovely variety. 20 per cent Off All 510.00 Sale......... All Wash Sale All Wash Sale......... All Wash Sale All Wash Sale All Wash Sale Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses All the CraSdren s Summer Wear Going at An All 'Round Discount GIRLS' GINGHAM AND VOILE DRESSES Sizes 2 to 6 aud 6 to 14. GIRLS' MIDDY AND BALKAN WAISTS Separate Skirts, etc.1., in alt shea. ANOMR BIG PILE OF REMNANTS AT FINAL BARGAIN PRICES Two'big tables full of odd lines and remnant lqts; comprising.many hundreds of useful lengths that can be used in many easy ways for children's 'clresses, waists, skirts and ladies' dresses, All selling' prices-'of-original values. Sweater Coats and Pull-Overs 1- Ifegular 36.60 Allflralion 'Salo- BOYS' WASH AND PLAY SUITS attractive new BOYS' COTTON JERSEYS, BATHING ROMPERS, _ Sizes 2 to 6 years. f ig Bargains in and Curtain Nets 8 and Silks A. special -fot chosen -.from our regu- lar' stocli; 'all jn styles, with or wHhout slec.ves. Itcguljir, J-i.50. valifos. Altoraiion rtA SOME EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS SPllALlY FEHURED IN THE BALANCE OF THIS YARD COQDS STOCK It's the'final clearance and you can depend on prices i'ocfc bottom, for the necessity, of clearing all these lines is most urgent in order.to mate fall stock how coming r.ead the list and figure out the savings your purchases here wiii.ii et you the next three days. _ ?1.00 Fancy Cretonnes. Halo Kognlar Fancy Cretonnes In excellent qualities, nt Sale ytC Ilccular 1.50 Fancy ilouhlo wldtb. -119 Sale 1 fa Jtcgular Cretonnes, cxlra Quality, rcvcrs- 1 CA Srta l.DU Regular .Ijc'Cnrlaln te. t.ivi ecru. Salt Kcgular GJI: Cnrlfiin tc, wbito find ccm. Sale Curtain Marquiset- te, plaln'ancl fffnc-y Salo DOC Hegnlar Curtain Martinis- ctte, plain nncl fancy colors, Sale Hegular -55.Of) and Suit- .lijiSs. ir .sale JtegUlar S6.SM; feclford Cords. Varioua v sale Regular Poplins Full Colors.- SMo 'r '4S'.56 fjebrgcttc Crepes, Kesular J3.SO and ?1.00 Xorelty SiLka, Rtrinflfl plaids, big variety. llesnlai' 52.SO Novellr-. Plal'ds and Strlpca. dvl Co Hale Ucgular JI.25 Tusaah Silk, plain colors, yard wide, Said Itegillar VelfetB''1u cs-V cellcnt quality. gA ill' frO i Scores of dlher. Equally, AUraclive'Barnains Three Days.- CLARKE'S ALTERATiON ;