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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 222 : You c^nX make Gocd Cakes and Puddings with poor stale ingredients Get the Best : : We Have It NEW FRUITS NEW NUTS New Sultana Rattittt New Museatclt New Cleaaed Currant t New Crown Table Raitine Walnuts Almonda^ Filberts PeaNute Shelled Walnuts NEW PEELS Balgers A 1 grade Citron, Orange, Lemon Shelled Almonds MIJ^D PEELS already e�t ready for use in lib paeliete | MINCE MEAT "Wetbeyt" Condensed Mince Meat in packets. Mince Meat in bulk. "T BLEJ>ELICACIES" Heinz Mustard Pressing, Heinz Chutney Sauce. Heinz India Relisb. "Queen OUves** McLaren's Cheese, Lea Rerrins Sauce. /Xmas Books Leather Souvenirs JPIate Glass Mirrors Dressing Cases Higli-class Perfumes J. J. JOHNSTON TDrnggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. "Row's the diqraDil nmr's the hour" to mail your cousins across the sea ona or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as LETHBIUIJOE SOUVENIR BOOKLETS, I'UOTO POST CARDS OP LETUBRIDOE AND VlCINTTy. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRISTMAS CARDS BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinl)otliam & Co. LIMITED Family arid Dispensing Chemists THURSDAY. Dr. Galbraith has �old liis residence on Burdett street to A. E. Stewart, of the Massey-Harris Co. At Macleod on Sunday, Dec. 8th, the wife of Francis B. Ward. Esqr., of "'.\Iexander Ranche." Nanton, of a daughter. On Monday^ night the local Masons �lected these officers for the year: W. .M.. �. Adams: 8. W., J. 8. Stewart; J. W.. H. M. Perry; Treas.. T. Mc-Nabb; Secy., Mr. Whitmore; Tyler. A. G. Nedham. Jas. Fiskc and family arc occupying the residence he recently built ii�ar the Central School. He ia-tcndB erecting a larger rwidence after ti�e new year. A. L. Foster and his brother have purchased two sections of land east of Silver Farm. L. C. Barrett, formerly of Pratt, N. D.. bought 1280 farm from O. W. Ki>rr Co., north of Lethbridgo. He is living on ih. pool, .has several L&thbridgo peopla booked for passage. Among others Mrs. Geo. Rowe, Alfred Gardiaar. N'orman Dickenson of Coutts, IlMiy Boyd, William Williams, Joaaph Green, of Fort Benton, Montana, John Rundic, William Ikinnctt and William Barnes who died suddenly ia Montreal while waiting to si\il. It is rumored that a local man acquainted with the business intends starting a new dairy in this city. He has in view the of a lot of dairy cows in Ontario. Omar Lyon, of the Blayney district, has a 160 acre homestead, about Ave acres of which are taken up with house and buildings. This year he had 4,600 bushels of red Fyfe and i 1.600 bushels of oats as the yield of ' his farm. He says that is more than .he cquld have raised on his 640 acre farm in N4>rth Dakota, Bishop Harkor of Magrath and Bishop Anderson of Ri^-mond fkra >a the city today. SATURDAY. E. B. Stone, who went to California a short time ago, is improved in health. Mrs. O. Delay has received word ot tho death of her mother at, Warsaw, Illinois. Mrs. A. r.!isti>n propi'sos leaving on a vi^'.l ti. her parimu at New Westminster, B.C., next webk. O. R. Sharpe, of the Bank of Montreal, Medicine Hat, was in the city this week calling on old friends. He was formerly with the bank at Raymond. MPNDAY. An ol^f In council has been pass-' cd appointing J. A. Piche and H. J. Aldemar'i Ijcthbridge, T. R. Faddis and H. Oatlund, Stirling, Geo. H. Budd, Raymtind, W. W. Douglas, Ta-ber; and M. Woolt, Cardston offlpial auditors. Mim Blanche Grimm, fof � number of .years associated with tbd biisincss office of the Moncton, N. B., tiaily Transcript, arrived in the city yesterday to take tho position of ac countant in the ofllce of the Daily and Weekly Herald. ' Cranbrook Herald. - C. G. K. Nourso, manager of the Canadian Bank ot Commerce, Lcthbridge, and one of tho ablest bank managers in Canada, visited Cranbrook on business this week, going from hero to Nelson and Spokane. Miss Jean Duncan, who had intended going to Cuba, in quite ill in Toronto, suffering from nervous prostration. The marriagio is to take place at Taber on Thursday of Mr. Nelson S. Le Page and Miss E. Mabel te Page. They will reside in Vancouver, B.C. Miss C. McNttUgbton, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sydney Jack son, left Saturday to visit Vancouver, B. C. and Stanw(K)d, Waah. Tho marriage of Miss Hcttie Wright to Mr. Robt. W. Long, both of Belfast lieland, will take place in St. Theodore's Ciiurch, Tabor, at eight o'clock, Dev. 18th. Miss Davis has ncturned from a holiday trip to the East and is re-siiming her duties as di'essmakcr at the Hudson Day Co. Mrs. J. W. Evans returned on Mon. day from .Ijethbridgo when; she had been visiting for a few days, the guest of Mrs. John Silver.-^Raymond Rustler. Mrs. L. M. Johnstone entertained Hon. .lusticK! Beck at dinner on Saturday evening. The other guests ware Siiperintondent and Mrs. .1. O. Wilson, Mrs. Neale and T. D. Kevin. Tile Canadian Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks atv considering th (;ormtttion of a club. They may build tt two storey brick block, the lower stgrey for a stone and the up-|)or for a club-room. They will organize a stock company among them-selv�>s for this purpose, Some one signing F. H. wrot*; a k"tt�r from Lothbridge to the Overseas Daily Mail .of London, Eng., giving tho country a booal. A young lady in CaiJu Tovn wrote to "F. H. I�thbridge, Canada," Not knowing F. II., the postmaster, opened the Jdt'ter, Tho . letter is there for the rightful owner.. HEALHi OF THE CTTY � - - � ----Sia^, Meical Heakh Oicer't Report to dw CmbcH The report of the Health Officer was presented to the City Council U�t night as fbllowH: In thd abacuco and by the instructions ot Dr. DeVeber, I again have tha honor to aubmit tor your con-aideraiion, the Health Report ot the Municipality of the CHy ot Lolh^ bridge tor the year 1007. In ao do- MINER'S STRANGE STORY. For Half a Cantruy Ha Lived in Wildt and Never Saw a Locomotive. ing, I am aorry that I cannot, this year as last, congratulate you on the excellent showing made by the city. Last year I reported a total ot 22 cases of contagious and infectious dis eases; this year the total is 92. IaM year, tho cases were scattered; thia year, we have particularly had three epiclem cs. In Fcbruai-y and March, and again in Augtist measles were prevalent; in May and June, practically alt the cases of small pox occurred; and in the tall months more particularly Septomlwr and October, there was a large nuniljer of cases of typhoid fever, 44 in all. This was of a aevcre type, many of the caaes beiBg seriously ill and five of them dying. No satLsfactory explanation, to its origin, vas obtained, many samples of water and milk wfere sent away tor examination, all ot v^hich wer� reported free of typhoid bacciUi. One sample was reported infected with colon baccilli, but these do not themselves, cause typhoid. In this connection, it is a ccttain amount of satisfaction to know that at any rate, we did not the infection on to our neighbors.' I took a aample ot water from the river, bout ten feet diroctl.v below the mouth of the aewer, and it was reported tree from typhoid germs. The list of contagious and infectious diseases, and the numlicr of cases of each, up to Dec. 1st, is as follows:-Tut>ercnlosis 1, measles 23, Diphtheria 3, Typhoid Fever 44, ciii-ckenpox 18, Scarlet fever 3, Tho tuberculoir case dietl, as did five typhoids, as already stated, no others. On Dec. 6th, a guest at the Lcthbridge Hotel, a lady, developed small pox. She was taken to the Isolation Hospital along with four other persons who had been exposed to her the hotel was quarantined and all inmates vaccinated, and then released; the building was then washed from top to bottom with an antiseptic solution, and afterwards fumigated with formaldehyde for 24 hours, all under my personal supervision. It is to be hoped that these measures will prove effectual, but it is yet too early to be sure. During the year an Isolation Hospital was built and immediately on its compkftion it was needed. At present there aiv in it a scarlet fevcr case, A small pox case, besides nn elderly lady in charge ftnd her son who aaaists her, 1 propose, also, to figure, if pdssiblo, a trained nurse, to do the actual nursing, giving her a free home thew, all the year around, wages when nursing, and liberty to do other work when not required there. The building bus several defects but as I have not yet decided aa to the best way to remedy them I '-.''.It not go into details at present. I would like, however, to ask tor an electr c liglit connection, as soon as praoticablc, and for a telephone, the former for the convenience ot the inmates and tho latter more for the con venienoe ot tho Health Ofhcer. Patients who are there, havc to remain in isolation for a considerable time, after all need of medical attention is over. Still, none of the inmates can can come to town for anything they may require, and, consequently, tho Health Officer has to keep calling around every day or two, to act as errand boy, when ho could do the business ju�t as well by telephone. On my trips dcjwn there during tho windy weather 1 hu\e noticed a great deal of paper from the nuisance ground being borne by tho wind post the Lsolation llospiliil, and up towards and, no doulrt, into the city. 1 beg to siiKROst tluit this could b? remedied at no Kieat cost, by building a soit of corral for tlie paper, of chicken v ire on pests, closed on Uic north, south and sides and on top, into which all the paper ,i�ul.l be put and burned at intervai.�!. I heg to congratulate you mi tlie Health Bylaw which you passed during the year. It i.s a distinct n,.i vantage, if well enforood will i ater ially promote the good health . the first railroad train he had seen in over fifty years. He left Ashcroft a few days since on an east-bound train, and will connect with 'a fast Atlantic liner at St. John for his native land. He has borne an excellent reputation all his years in the north, and while his many friends will miss him they wish him many years of a peaceful life among his friends and relatives "back home." LONG DISTANCE PHONE. (Pincher Creek Echo.) The long dintancc; phone connection has been extended to Macleod, and is shortly to be connected as far as Calgary. Communication can now be obtained with any Of the towns between Colemnn and Macleod. BInir-more has been made the central office for Frank, Colenion, Hillciest, Bellevue and Lille and the rate for connection from Pincher Creek to any of these places, as well as Macleod, is 250 lor three mifiutes. The charge for connection to Lundbreck is 80c for the same length of time, to Cowley 10c, to Brocket 10c. CHICAGO GETS CONVENTION. Republican National Committee De> citda Agalntt Kansas and Dtnvtr. Washington, Dee. 16.-By the decision ot the Republican National Committee the national convention of that party will be held in Chicago next year for the nominatio|n of candidates for President and Vice-President. The date for the assembling of the convention was fixed at June 16th. The vote on the selection of a city was taken in executive session, and resulted: Chicago. 31; Kansas City, 18; Denver. 4. TWO NOSES ON ONE CHILD. Peculiar Patient, One Year Old. Waa Brought to Hospital for Treatment. Toronto, Dec. 16.-One of the most curious patients that has ever been brought to the General Hospital was ehtcred a few days ago, a child of one year old. It had a double cleft palate and two noses. The latter were stubby, and an inch apart, but each performed its function properly. The little one was brought in by its mother in an effort to remedy these strange malformations which were its birthright. An operation was performed for the purpose of bringing the two palates together, and the child was then tak enaway. Tlie treatment will probably be continued. HARVEST IN BRITAIN. The Finest Known in Years, Says Mr. Mackinnon. Ottawa, Dec. 16-Mr. W. A. Mackinnon, Canadian Trade Comniisaion-er in Bristol, reports to the Trade and Commerce Department that Great Britain has reaped the finest tliia year that she lias known in years. The yield of wheat averaged 33.97 bu.'shcls to the acre, as against an average of 31.bushels in tliu last ten years. Mr. Mackinnon announces also tliat Mr. Thomas Harling has been appointed at Montreal to represent tin; interest of tlio. port of Bristol and to direct the attention of Canadian steamships, Canadian railways and Canadian shippers to tho advantages of Bristol as a distributing centre, Former Page Now Candidate ISE JOLVEb THAT THE aUER IS JUDCtO BYHr6 GIFT5V: You MAKt OTVt)U Cf\ti BUY SOiSS^LC BusTEuBfidui \ .5EN^I5LE PR.E<5ENT^ ARE GOOD TWH6S roK ^EN^IME PEOPLE To 6IVE JEN^IRLE JPEOPLE. MEN LOVE TO GET THING J TO !^ WEAR AND CAN YoU NOT 6ZT THE |5E-5T PRE5ENTJ ToR MEN AT A MEN^J JToREf WE ESPECIALLY INVITE THE "' LADIEJ or THI-S CITY To COME AND St^E WHAT MAUTirUL PRE;5ENT NECKTIEJ, PRESENT SUSPENDERS, PRESENT HOSIERY, PRESENT SMOKING JACKETS, AND i PRESENT EVERYTHING THEY CAN 5UY . FOR THEIR MEN FRIENDS AT OUk STORE. AND THEN IN \a(HAT WAY YcSU : CAN MAKE YOUR l/tTLE 5USTER BROWN HAPPIER THAN BY GIVING HIM A NICE NEW SUIT OF CLOTHES'OR A GOOD OVERCOAT? YoU WISH TO SEE ; THESE THINGS BEFORE YOU BUY THEM, ! SO COME AND LOOK AT THEM AND THEN ' GET OUR PRICES. COME TO THE "QUALITY STORE." RESPECTFULLY, | The Bentley Compaiqi, Ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Ddivery TakpbOM 13 m B3 TO ? Fort .SttskatL'howan, Doc. 11-W. ir. White, tho Liberal candidata at Victoria district, for tho Hou&u of Commons, v4pH a foinnr p.ige in tlio House of Commons. It will he a striking coincidence if Iw is elected to a acwt in the same body^ The time is drawing near to ship yonr presents for the East. Bmv you seen our stock of Books, Calendars, Cards and Fancy Goods ? Robertson's Book Store PHONE 251 1st Door West Union Bank BIG TIME FOR DISTRICT. _# Beet Sugar Factory at Raymond Pays Out Lot of Money. (Raymond Rustler.) It may be of interest to many of our readers to know what it means to have u sugar factory here. It means that last month they paid out over $70,000 and that this month the pay roll will exceed $80,000. Remember that this money is paid out locally and for the greater part remains in circulation right here. It means tlmt there have been received at the factory up to the present IS,500 tons of beets. Just think of it "Sixteen thousand five hundred tons." It looks more when you spell it out. The factory will probably run until the 20th. Out of this year's output olieady over one million pounds of sugar have been shipped out to advertise Raymond and waft sweetness abroad all over the province. ling public. The plaintiff, in March last, yr&s a guest at the Royal Hotel, and while at the hotel left a fur overcoat in the cloak room. Later, when he came to get his coat, he found that it had disappeared. �! forts were made to find the coat, but without avail. Tompkins brought action against the hotel for the value of the coat. The hotel denied their liability. His lordship Judge Harvey, in giving lys judgment, laid down the principle that an innkeeper is responsible for the goods left in the hotel by guests unless they are able to establish that the guest was guilty of negligence. Such proof of negligence entirely failed in the present case, and judgment was given for the plaintiff for the full amoiint sued for, $109. HOTELS ARE RESPONSIBLE. Goods Left in Cloak Rooms Must Be Looked After by Proprietors. Calgary, Dec. 13.-His lordship Mr. Justice Harvey gave judgment this morning in the case of W. N. Tompkins, of Okotoks. vs. Calgary Hotel Company, Ltd., which is of more than passing interest to the travel- RURAL TELEPHONE LINE. m (Nanton News.) The first rural telephone line into' Nanton bus just bcguii operatioa from Marshall's hardware store; the..... pioneers in this enterprise being' Messrs. John A, Mclntyre, Dan Rich-' [^'' mond and Ed/'J. Taylor. Fori'the present they arev using the fenoea. calling it the barb-wire line.i Later on, when more farmers. join c with them, they expect to oonatruci regular line, ning., This is only a bagtiii* m 2999999999999245 ;