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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December Household Furniture and Christ- mas China TO-NIGHT DEC. 22 commencing.at 1 p.m.. at the Wilson Furniture Co. Store, North Let-h- 1 English rocker 1 surface oak chair 1 dresser 2 1- sideboard 1 carpet square 2 4-hole cook stoves 1 drop head Singer sewin: machine in perfect order. Kitchen chairs A quantity of Flannelette Blankets Pillow? Kitchen uiensils Board of Trade to Makej Efforts to get'one Here The Board of trade last exiling ap-; :pointed W. A- Hamilton, A. 'chanan and C. .0. K. Nourse a sue-j committee to draw up deiir.ue! I; recounneiKlations 10 the Royal Com-j mission on Technical 'Education in j ''regard to the In Let'nbridge oi' oi mining and other lecluu- scJiool of agricul- 30 Daysy Free Ttiai Don't be with a razor the Carbo-ila-gnoiio wltli tlio that you never bone. This razor not tempered in uneven firo hoat. but by eU'Ctra-carbonsza- a.t Ktihrwiheii a similar to by whicli dia- momis have beeh LOOK POflTHlS 10.01 Also -a very large assortment of Christ-mas China, including dinner sets, tea berry sets and toilet sets. W.L. W1LSOX AUCTIOXEEB Piioiie 1023 LIVE NEWS IN BRIEF tul subjects ar.a a lural instruction. President. Xourse reported that vrhen the CoKunission sat in Leth- bndgf the- hoard's committee iu giv- ing evidence had urged that a mining school and agricultural college n-er-j> needed in Southern Alberta Before the leu it had asked that the fuH board make some more aity recommendations in this regard and forward them to W. A. llamilvoa. supervisor oi city schools, spoke .-very strongly on the need, ot such schools and pointed to the recent Belie-vue disaster, which he believed, had the men in the mines been better instructed technically in their calling many lives might have been saved. Tn regard to instruction, lie said, that the provin- cial government-, as they was i to establish five' Demonstration farms in the province, and it Avas Chas. JEUce, of Brooklyn, was shov-jui ms Home 3n-.Chicaso with his head very uniikeh- that any would be es- oft the platform at the Manhattan} oroKen a cro-w tabiished here. There" is a Dominion Oer a Carbo-M'agHetk1 oh our 30 duy Free Tria! iiot razor until you thorougMy siitisSod that it is better thsr. any other-you tried. For Sale By RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO. AND GEO. H. LING. IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING CHILD j -Victoria. B. C., Dec.. 2] j T'ledrovitch, in the police court this j morning was charged with assaulting i his four monies old imant who had kept him awake all night." He was bound over TO keep the peace toward I the child. PROMINENT CLERGYMAN DEAD Denver. Colo.. Dec. Thos. A. XJzzell, pastor of the Methodist i people's tabernacle, died :o-day. la jlSS-5. while-he tvas a county coaimis- sione he secured the passage of the Sunday closing law. He was born in 1S4S. SU! and gecu In .cloak and'sait importing firms trade between CJ1P United "Slates i tending bia: fairs -and shows in. on charges of deiraudmg t-Q-e under and other places. ne-Aldrich tariff law. i A Tillev W A. Buchanar, E U. i Rylands and others tool-: pan; -n the ;s tL and! discussion before th? motion appoint- .i committee was pass- figures compiled -br tiie United! had particularly calico to his Dureau oi statistics show that! attention several wavs winle at- Chi- by underraluin- import RHODES SCHOLAR FOR N. B. St. John, X.B.. Dec. B. HcNair, aged. of Arthurette. Vic- toria county nas been chosen as the Rhodes scholar froia uie Universitv- of New Brunswick TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS ationa. -cc tnTiciion of Doris Grii- TTVO of tte rare' Laited htates silver er The Turlington t Quincy ORGAN3ZE TORONTO LIBERALS be- Ka-cker had cam- jc. comiort, a Tveil-knovrn inventor j paigus in Centre Toronto. The sele'c- former -U- S. ago. jtion vrzs made by the Organizing "Com ise southern dis-i' cholera and two j mittee Assbcia- trtct of found dead'aeatns one day's-record in Rorae.'tion in the Foruni cuildiag. n B. -Mumey Hulbert. a Hungerford t'ann er. was for unlawfully brand- ing apples. A lone robber held, up the State bank ai Paradise, Kansas, and secur- ed i-'or tiie help of released prisoners and for tne betterment of prison con- in New York a national league of volunteer workers has been organ- ized. Tne association will oe Imowa as tne Barrows league. Because of. work being slack, over -oO foreigners hat-e "left Reading; Pa. wiinin the -past for their Homes in and many have also departed" Eroai Pottsrccvn and "'other Schuyikill valley to-Kns. LOJCDONSTAKTS RAT CAMPAIGN jocal Government Board Takes Steps for Exter- mination of Rodents. Realizing Their Dan- ger as a Plague Men- London, Dec. local govern- ment board took a step recently to- a national ra t campaign by issuing a memorandum compiled by i the board's medical officer, Dr .A.' j Xewsholme. containing directions and i j suggestions for the extermination of] the vermin. The memorandum has i 1 been sent to all sanitary authorities j in England and Wales. Plague for administrative purposes ii is stated in the memorandum may rbe regarded as a disease of rats which incidentally and occasionally at- i racks man. Fleas form the interme- diaries between the diseased rat and man. If the fleas of infected rats or j the fleas of such animals as occas- ionally suffer from plague, are ex- cluded from access to human beings i plague wm seldom, it" ever spread trom animals to man. "The removal of all heaps of refuse especially of. garbage affording food i for- rats, the removal of empty boxes 'or any rubbish allowing rats to hide 'near houses, the stopping up of rat (runs with broken glass and tar. the repairing or relaying of drains in are rat-runs, are i among the most important methods for preventing the. spread of plague jby the rat. It is also important to j securely stop up entrance to spaces j under floors of dwellings and out- buildings where rats may harbor. If rats are kept out of dwellings, dan- j ger is. relatively small." j "There is. a difference of opinion las to the keeping of cats.; Cats which nave worried plague-infested vermin rcay bring rat fleas into.ths house: but the presence of a cat in a house Us one of the -tjest safeguards against j domestic invasion by ruts and mice. ;The balance of evidence appears to j be strongly in favor of the protective {influence 'of cats. But a -cat which shows signs of illness, .should be des- troyed and buried." Continuous Suppression The .supervision .ot rats it is point- ed out, must be continuous. "Rats are intelligent, arid will migrate to other districts unless the efforts at des- t traction are combined and systematic i There are several methods of 'deal- Sale of a Valuable Corner Property, to. are favored instructions by the to offer for sale -by AUCTION TO-NIGHT at, 7 p.m. in the Caledonian Hall, GlynSt., the Well-built Residence Situate and being No. 506 Couitlahd -St., Lethbridice and ,ins a frontage to Courtland St. of 62 feet and a frontage to Round St. of 52. feat. The House which is folly modern, is substantially built and contains 30 rooms in all -with spacious recepton hall .and roomy verandah. There is a full-sized basement, and a hot water heating system been installed ai a cost of At the present time the house is occupied by desirable tenants as a rooming house and produces a total reuLal cl over per month. The purchaser will be giyeu the option of taking over the fur- niture at valuation, and by so doing, the present arrangements need no be interfered with, thus offering- an excellent opportunity to anyone requiring a revenue producing proposition. Standing on a prominent corner, in a district growing more valuable, every day, it possesses the double advantage of being a splendid revenue get- ter and an excellent snecularjve purchase. will be subject to a low reserve, and the terms will be cash, and the "balance by the assumption of a loan of ana 4 quarterly payments. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE Phone- 5th-St., City. ing with" rats. b-Jt it is unwise to trusc to anyone of them and wn'en practicable, all methods snonld (be employed together. Of a jspring trap nas-been found to be the .most; useful kind.' Poisons containing ipliosphorus. or arsenic are effective, 'but they should not be 'laid where 1 poultry or other' :dom-estic animals i may be poisoned. Hunting with' dogs land ferrets is a very effective meth- od, especially in the hands of expert ratcatchers. "Even in districts not affceted -with rat plague, nor bordering on districts so affected, the sanitary authorities sb-ould. be on the watch for the occur- ence of unusual mortality among .rats The private.- slaughter houses still found in the immediate neighborhood of dwelling houses 'are a special source of danger, being commonly overrun wiLu rats." .SWAM THE ICY RIVER Remarkable Feat of Young Woman of Gatineau Point Ottawa, Dec. a dis- tance of 100 yards in the icy waters of' the Gatineau- River, Jtoselia, daughter of "Mr. Bazil CarifeUe, of Gatineau Point, performed a remarkable feat yesterday afternoon. Miss Garilelle who is about 25 rears'Old, was return ing from Hull to her home in Gatin- eau Point, when the ice as' she tried to grasp it with her benumb- ed fingers, it- broke her to swim acroes tiie channel in..the middle of the river. ENTIRE ST COST No tenders having been received for this property, the Assignee has instructions from the creditors of the estate to sell the entire stock by private sale. This stock consists of rings, watches, clocks, bracelets, pins and of every des- cription, cut glassy silverware, etc. This is an exceptional opportunity for Christ- mas purchasers. Call and look the stock over. ROUN ext door to the Arcade ;