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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta iovlaeial Litofctf IT VOLUME U. UETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, NUMBER 14. CHILDREN NOW AFFECTED BY DISEASE ad Mi lia Faily Near II V i At. OLD SOLDIER DEAD. Kamloops, B.C., Dec. 13arnes, of Lytion, and late of...the British army, who years' ser- vice was on the pension Us tidied at the Royal Inland Hospital'at loops'on Saturday night from paraly- sis-. TRIBUTE TO BURNS. London, Dec. sporting critics of the'London dailies pay. the fullest tribute to Burns' game exhibi- tion of pluck -in his fight with John- son at Sydney, while they indulge in ironical remarks about his boastful attitude prior to the match. RAILWAY SITUATION BROUGHT TO MR. MAGRATH'S ATTENTION H. Woolford An Open Utter To the New Member-Refers To In Cardston District The Herald us iu receipt of the hi- of nearly every person along this-pro-1 from Spring Coulee into Cardston. RESCUE STATIONS AT MINES. Washington. Dec. an effort to reduce fatalities iu coal mines the United States Geological Survey is usked to establish rescue stations in the principal coal fields. The new stations will be at or near the centre of the greatest accidents, and it will be the purpose of the experts to teach tin? miners and mine bosses how to usf; the most improved apparatus lor mine rescue work. Rochester, N.Y., Dec. Ten cases of what is 'suspected to be the foot and mouth disease have developed in children of five families in the town of Clarkson, Monroe county, and one of them, an. infant, has "died. The child that died had symptoms that resembled cevebral meniiigitis. The town health officer has sent a report of the suspected spread of the cattle disease among the children to Com- missioner Porter, of the State De- partment of -Health. Five children of one family are lieved by the local health officer, Dr. Fl. G. Herrnance, to have the foot and mouth disease, and it is, held to be significant .that these five all used milk while the other members of the family did not. A reinspection of the cattle in the vicinity has been order- ed. The cattle from which the child- ren are thought to have taken the disease were i'i some cases infected with the foot and mouth disease, while in some cases the cattle had been pronounced free from the mala- dy. THREE DEATHS IN ONE FAMILY. i'vschlsnd, B.C. 2S.-Pcachland ie from an epidemic ol typhoid, twelve easefi having occurred, includ- ing -tlw tragic deaths' of one family- Mrs. r.er son Harley. n of fourteen, and her mother, Mrs. Metcalf, of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., who was visiting her. TWO BRIDES FROM THE SAME HOME Daubers of A. H IcKeown Jel YoogMcn The following symptoms are com- mon to all cases Chilly in some cases very severe fever high as 103, pains in .head, intolerance of .light, nauseau and vomiting coming after the chill, and being the 'last symp- toms to- leave; sores about nose, mouth nnd nostrils were present in six nose bleeding in cases, cerebral complications in three eases, and general eruption in one case. -Buffalo, N.Y., Dec. No case of foot and mouth disease has been found in New York State in the -last nineteen days, and both 'State and Federal authorities are" "so" confident that they have the outbreak smother- ed that orders have been issued modi- fying the quarantine regulations. The residence of A: H. ilcKeown, tho well known hardware merchaat, was the scene oi matrimonial events on Saturday ami Monday, whea his two charming" daughters were claimed as the brides of prominent young bus- iness men. On Saturday at noon Thomas Alex- ander Honiibrook, one "of the most highly esteemed and popular young men in Uaixary was united in matri- mony with the youngest daughter -0 lowing open letter from Thos. H. Woolford, the well known fariuyr of the Cardston district, to C. A. Mu- gratb, ALP.: Cardston, Alta., Dec. 21, 1908 C. A... Magrath, M. P.. Lcthbridge, Dear notice in the Leth- bridge Herald of some time ago (it was'also copied in the Cardston, Al- berta, Star) an open letter to the el- ectors of the Atcdiclno Hat and Leth- bridge Riding, ia which you special- ize Railway Development and Trans- portation Facilittes. This I take to mean'that-railways and public roads are inadequate to our present needs, to say nothing of the future. Iu this I fully agree. I trust you will not consider, it out of place if I draw your attention to a few facts concerning Railway De- velopment in this particular part of Southern Alberta, viz., from Raley Junction, to Kimball, or what is known as the Kimbali Branch of the A. K. I. I may s.xy that I think you are in possession of the facts and the, reasons why, thjs railway develop- ment and extension along the Kim- ball branch of the A. R. I. was not carried out. If you are in pos- session of this information or can get it, you would confer a favor on the public'along this particular line to take them into your confidence and let them know the reasons for the present conditions. posed line, and will say that t'nero is The government was also asked to not a more fertile spot i.f luud in the givo a special grant for construction other! of a bridge.on the St. Mary's. At that time Hr. Gait said that they were going to build from Raley to Kimball and the government agreed rro.vmco of Albfrla, yr Province for tbAtjfiuatteir, and that the fanners to believe (by promises aid the action of ab- out eight miles of road, or to the EARTHSHAKES AT VIRGINIA CITY to bonus this branch at the same America, to bft.-hald ASKS CANADA TO PARTICIPATE. Washington, Dec. an- nouncement was made at the White House today of a proposed conference looking toward the conservation of tlio natural yASOyrcoc Nwith ,t i.ho YC Much Consternation Reigns in a Montana of my field, and quite a large rate, roiso per cent-.of-.grilling beiv.t- ckne be- tween here and kimija.ll) would break up t-U grain, the Railway" -.v.mhl t.v ccnoplet- ed to take it-out; The :i ie "Did wij raise ifie Yc-s. us can bo proven drive Ki'ley Junction to Kimball. IM'i tho rail- way live up to "its agreement with the Government "Mfcl tho Xo, us can be proven by t.iking a wit Ik for two streaks of rust With, abxibus weeds gro wing between the ties__and jfophurs sitting Ught hairj-grey eyes> dressed in parties and factions in 'Venezuela. has ordered the prisons to be clear- ed, and has.invited those since ban- ished from the country to come back. ger, A. Foster, J. Chambers, the d I I. Juecn, 0. Thomson, M. Perry, M. Irishman, U. Shj'.w. R. >CacDonald. Standard J. (senior) C. IcCann. W. McAdoo, A, Westley, I.- ones. A. G. Shaw, E. Whit- injr. E. Halhvorth, K. Jones, H. Woodcock. Part B. Xiwn. J. Furman, R. Carter. A. Waterhouso, A. Cain, Barnett, D. Saxon, D. Zouka, 0, E. Walmough. 0. Moore, T.I RVP Election Budesheim, N. J. Walmough, I. Bouck, P. P. Ross, A. Horn, H, Gilroy, Y. Gilroy, A. Wat- niough. dark navy loose robe, with red leather belt, black boots with white strap- pings, was this morning found on the river bank by Chief Gillespie. The child, it appears, is unable to understand English, but is certainly very anxious to get home to his par- ents. The youngster 'is in possession of a large whip stalk, which he is jealously guarding. It is understood that the bye-elec- hion for Lethbridge riding in the Standard Local Legislature will be held on or CITY AND DISTRICT. .T. Rochon is at Fcrnie on business. Quite a number of the boys have lio Gerecko, David Kerr, Lena Rad- It'y, Rebecca Riley, Henry Schwartz, Walter Thomas Watmougli, about Jan. 19. K. V. Gibbons will be 1 been invited to the dance to be'given the returning officer. 15. Chaplin. B. Little, F. Watson, Lizzic Alma tor, K. McXair. L. Thomson, M. j Arleiph Closson. Arthur Su i t FRAUDULENT CONTRACTOR. Montreal, Dec. Curt, Seaman. A. Chnplin. A. .McDiannid. Primary B. at PYank on New Years' Eve, many i of them accepting. The shooting party made up from the Hudson's Bay Co.'s boys did not meet with very great _al- rua, Daisy Holmes, Doris Cooper j well known Montreal contractor, was thoijgh thcy rcport a jolly time. Clas? John Grest, on Saturday. He had a con- glovcs wcre in order for Mag. Standard Orosz. Felix Pirock, James tract to deliver Alice Parnell, Van Ricb.ardson, Annie Wood. John Surna, Willie Cock- S. G. Dodil. A. Lf-wis, E. thtT, W. Whitney. J. Rurroll, A. Ir- vine, R. Andrew. W. Thomson, D. Rilhon. Class Tuckwftll, B. Farroll. J. Needham, H. Kingston. K. Phillips M. E. Bradbeer, G. Wells. Cla.ss III. R. Fam-11, S. Donaldson, M. Hopkins, S. Phillips, B. Waddell. C. Shaw, J. Van Haarlem. P. Acton, H. Pony, A. Ashcroft. Class Caldcr, M. Beardsley, M. Knap- Elsie Westcott, Mabel Peacock. will recover. 10. to the harbor eomir.is.sioners. it is alleged that j he was in the habit of sending the chicf of Police his mnrmog, the presenting a clean enii. cooper, narvey uorv- in GericVe Walter Vrre. Doris thon coilecting payment for it as i Thompson. Lena Rnaley. on th'' tickcts- Tho Riley. Class T.-Bertha I amount involves several thousand. Bertie Davis. Witinard Ford, Merman j Fox, Beatrice Hickmore, Viva Har-i Five children of Mr. and Mrs. W, rington, Anthony Jarvie, Stephen Calcutt, Strathroy. Ont.. were ren- Kiiy. CharVitr Pankuursi, Fioyd Pres-: uered unconscious by fumes from es- ton. Herbert Schwartz. Gretta caping gas, but were revived kter and erill. Winnifrod Cooper, Harvey Gorv- j the scales several times -rhc CpfL fre5ght officea inrrciise in the of of- fccts and stock. Cars for the fol- lowing were reported this morning from Oretna, Man., Fred Percival, F. O'Dcel, W. pprcival, W. McDowell, all for Lcthbridge, whilst still another car hails from Carrington, N.D., the property of John Milter, consisting of moveobles and live stock. ;