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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME II. LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1908. CHILDREN NOW AFFECTED BY DISEASE Foot and Mouth Disease In a Family Near Rochester, N.Y. Eochester, N.Y., Dee. cases of what is suspected to he the foot a.nd mouth disease have developed in children of five families in the town of CTarkson, Monroe county, and one of them, an infant, has died. The child that died had 'symptoms that resembled cerebral meningitis. 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 be lieved by the local health officer, D H. G. Hermance, to have the foot an mouth disease, and it is held to b significant that these five nil use milk while the other members of th family did not. A reinspection of th cattle in the vicinity has been order eel. The cattle from which the child ren are' thought to have taken th disease wore in some cases infectec with the foot and mouth disease while in some cases the cattle hac been pronounced free from the mala cly. The following symptoms are com- mon to all in some cases very severe fever high as ]03, 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 nostrils were present in six cases, nose bleeding in two cases, cerebral complications in three cases, and general eruption in one cise. Buffalo, N.Y., Dec. 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. OLD SOLDIER DEAD. Kamloops, B.C., Dec. Barnes, of Lytton, and late of th British army, who after 21 years' ad- vice was on the pension list, died a the Royal Inland Hospital at Karn loop- on Saturday night from paraiy sis. TRIBUTE TO BURNS. London, Dee. 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 ittitude prior to the match. THREE DEATHS IN ONE FAMILY. tMchland, Dec. is -ii'5iV-i5njr from an epidemic of typhoid, welve cases having occurred, induci- ng the tragic deaths of one family-- Mrs. Doug1 as, r.er son Harley, a lyy of fourteen, and her mother, Metcalf, of Sault Ste. Marie, who was visiting her. Mrs. NUMBER 14. RAILWAY SITUATION BROUGHT TO MR. MAGRATH'S ATTENTION Thos. H. Woolford Addresses An Open Letter To the New Member-Refers To Conditions In Cardston District Ulie Herald is in receipt of the fol-1 of nearly every person along this pro-i from Spring Coulee into Cardston. RESCUE STATIONS AT MINES. Washington, Dec. an effort lowing open letter from Thos. H. posed line, and will say that tnere is! The government was also asked TWO BRIDES FROM THE SAME HOME Arrests Made At Regina Daughters of A. H. McKeown Married To Weil-Known Young Men The residence of A. E. McKeowu, the well known hardware merchant, was the scene of matrimonial events OH Saturday and Monday, when his o charming daughters were claimed as the brides of prominent young bus- mess men. On Saturday at noon Thomas Alex- ander Horniorook, one of the most lighly esteemed and popular young men in Calgary was united in inatri- uoiiy -with the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McKeowu, Miss Hazel. The bride was most beautifully gown- d i-i a dress of Queen's cloth made n white princess style and draped in rrecian effect with trimmings of Duch ss lace and net and finished with ouches of gold. The briders married ister, Mrs. Lewis Minkler, in a dress f inustarld colored voile, acted as latron of honor. G. H. Anderson, f Calgary, was the groom's attend- nt. The ceremony was performed in U'oolford, th the Cardston district, to C. A. Ma- rath, M.I'.: Cardstou, Alta., Dec. 2i, 1908 A. Magrath, M. P., Lethbridge, Alta.: Dear I notice ;ii the Leth- bridge Herald of some time ago (it vas also copied in the Cardston, Al- berta, Star; an open letter to the el- ctors of the Medicine Hat and Leth- ge Hiding, in which you special- Railway Development und Trans- portation I-'aeilities. This I lake to mean that railways and public roads are inadequate to our present needs, to say nothing of the future, in 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 velopment in this particular part of to 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 the miners and mine bosses how to the most improved apparatus for mine rescue work. well known fanner of u more spot of luud in the give a special grant for construction Province of Alberta, yr .-u-y other; of IL bridge- on the S Province for that matteir, and tbatjthat time the fanners were led bilteve (by j were At! Mr. to Gait build ASKS CANADA TO PARTICIPATE. Washington, Dec. an- mnmc-ement was made at the White Mary's. said that 7 T, i House today ot a proposed conference EARTH SHAKES AT VIRGINIA CITY T, troniRaley tween here and Kiaiij.-iil) i would break up -.ur. fannr, grain, the Eailway cd to take it out. .-ic if nrd raise cc.mpjet- is ties, etc., suitable for standard guage but were to be allowed to run their lnarrau' guage railway on the St. Mary's until such time "Did we raise the Yc-s. as [as they could widen the can be proven by a drive K; ley j giutge. They fulfilled their undertak- Junction to Kimball. JVi tl.t- rail-ling so far as the culverts, roadbed, way live up to its agro'-umnt etc., were concerned, but they did the Government and th- people? No, not widen the rails, neither did they! as can be proven by Diking a walk complete the construction of the Kim for eight miles between two streaks ball branch. of rust with noxious weeds growing Now the question is why they did between the ties and. gophers, sitting! not and why do they not complete on the ties in the summu- i im- sing- j the above mentioned branch. To my ing "Trains will be running hero in; mind there is only one reason why ters suggesting the plan have bee: addressed by President Roosevelt to the Governor-General and to the Pre- mier of Canada, and to President Dii-.y. of Mexico. HAROLD HAYR PASSES AWAY Southern Junction Alberta, viz., to Kimball, from Haley or what is known as the Kimball Branch of the A. R. I. I may say that I think you are in possession, of the facts and the reasons why this railway develop- ment and extension along the Kim- ball branch of the A. R. I. not carried out. If you arc in pos- session of this information or can get it, you would confer McMahon, D. Dr. W. J. MeGuigan, a native of G. Peacock, W. Riley. j Si rat ford, Ont.. died at A. Radley, S. Vere. r'ld time Andrew Mo- Dermott. diet Iv-v. Denni. .M. Barclay. j M. Grr-cn. W. Budeslieim, C. Porock. JR. Horn. L. T. Logan. Jun- Wash brook, P. Ross, G. Rich- ardson. A. Vogel, 6. Hyssop, H. Str- ven.son, A. Moodie, M. Ralamarzuk. rieoninns 1. Pnri jnock 2, Duadee 0; Motherwell 3, j Fnlkeik 1; Harts 1, Hamilton 0; St. M.irren. 1, Rangers 3; Morton j 1. 0, Swanza 6 13, London Welsh 3; Cardiff t St. Charles, Man. jG- 3; Gloucester '14, Old J. i Tailors 13; Llanelly 9.. Aber- J. McKay, T. Buirell, Z. Pipes, H. Simpson, W .McHfirdie, S. Shaw, E. Niven. O. Hyssop, F. Hutton. M. Thompson. P. Morris, M. Hatch. E. Dawson. Part H.-CIa? C. Kllwyn. G. liOIiip.-nn. H. Cat.liolic University of America, 3; Plymouth 12, Devon Albion s F. Humphrios. Moran, P. Ott, W. J. Barr, EARTHQUAKE (N ITALY. Run ir. Violent sliitcks wei'e felt in Cahibrai at 0..30 o'clock thiri morning. Serious datn- aiL'e i.s said to liave resulted, and some casualties are reported at Hileto. At thi.s place the shock was most severe but se fcctc-d, other wero Standard H. Pragg. L. Parry. K. Delnire. L." Fisher. W. H niton. M. Mason. G. Cli.-ll. K. K. Witting. Standard Ml.---Class A-M. Jolui- .sinii. C. rronkhito, B. G. M.-Diannitl. K. Kunsl. M. DonaldsAn. A, Livinfi'sioiie, ,f. IJrowne, T. .Mac- Adoo, F. Hng.'ll. M. Foster, D. Colt- man. K. Thompson, G. McKillop, R. Macbeth. M. Dow.sott, J, Moffatt, Marriotte. L. McLennan. Class Morris. V. Taylor, H. B. Hutton. M. McKillop, T. Hutton. F. Hill, K. Whitney, L. Young. J. Gillespie, A. Cunningham, H. Wal- lace. R. SelU-n.s, E. Adnms, J. Wad- jli'll. M. Sudowski, IX Yonnp. M. Clark, H. Neidig. Smith. W. Klhvyn. R. Xiven, E. Ash- Brodie. T. rTnrdie, W. Mc- Standard I. Qinvn. G. Thomson. M. Perry, M. Leishman, U. Shaw. R. Standard I. I. Mi-C.-nm. W. MeAdoo, Jom-.-. A. 0. S Ku.-k.-r. K. Woodwork. Wallaf-. .1 Chiiplin. P.. tef, K. Seainan. Senior) C. A. Wn.stley, I. ii.-iw. K. Whit-- Jones. H. Part 1F..-K. Furman. 1 '..I T1 11 1 I.in ie, r i M. McDiarmid. E. Moort-. Standard Part Class M. English C. Xowton. H. Bndesheim. L. Albert. R. Godsahv, L. Slarks, H. Graham. J. Wilson, J. Gregory. A. Sprout. E, Castle, N. J. Wish- art. A. Drown, -N. Hyluka. Class Jl. E. Wylie, L. Gresl. G. McLeary. Sti-venson. Z. Dunsworth, E. Goi- ger. A. Foster, J. Chambers. B. Carter. A. Waterhonse. A. Cain, J. j P.arn-it, D. Saxon, D. Zouka. 0. Sunnier, Waimough, 0. Moore, T, j X. Fryer, J. Watmough, i 1. P.onck. P. Williams, P. Ross, A.i Horn. H. Gilroy, Y. Gilroy, A. Wat-! imougli. Standard Class j Doris Givgru-y, Know tn has boon appointed Bishop Cinderaford 0. of San Francisco. Political exiles are returning to Caracas at, the summoning of Presi- dent who, in order to unite parties and factions in Venezuela., has the prisons to be clear- ed, and lias invited since ban- ished fnuti th" ooiritry to come back- Date Of the Bye Election WHOSE CHILD IS THIS? A little boy of about 4. years of Jige. light hair, grey eyes, dressed in dark navy loose robe, with red leather bo it. black boots with white strap- pings, was this morning found on the rivet- bunk 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 iarL'e whip' stalk, which he is jealously guarding. It is undon-lood that tlie m for Loth bridge riding in the Legislature will be held on or Wil-labom Jan. R. V. Gibbons will be Geivcke, David Kerr, Lona, Rad-uii Riley, Henry Schwartz.: Walt. n-turninfr officer. Maii'lard S. tlir-r. W. Whitney, vim-, R. Andrew. Primary B. 1.--.1. .L.hnsion, P.nrrell, A. Jr- Vei-e. Thomas Watmough, Watson. Lizzie Alma Young, Arleigli Clossen. Arthur Su vna. Daisy Holmes, Doris Cooper Class El. --Helen Albert, Grest. Fdiy Pirr.ck. .Tamos FRAUDULENT CONTRACTOR. I real. Dec. Isaac Curt, a well Montreal contractor, was arrested on Saturday. He had n con- trad. !o deliver .stone ti; '.lie harbor W. Thomson. D. Tiickwell, J. Xeedhani, Jones, Alice Parnell, Van Richardson, and it is Alleged Unit Annie Wood, John Surna, WilliV: Cock-1 Wiis in the habit of sending th-.- D.jerill, Winnifre.i Cooper, Harvey Gory-' Kingston, K. H. Barr. E. III. R. in, Alfiwl GiTiclvO on, Iira.-lbei.-r. G. C S. D.naldsi.ii. M. Hopkins, S. Phillips. U. Wadd.-ll. C. Shaw. J. Van Haarlem, P A. M. Ashcrol't. ('las? Heard si ev, M. ActOM, H. IV.--G. l.vons. -Wah.M- V Rjuilov. re. Doris some load to thy scales several times and tli.-n colltrcting payment for it as often, on the weight tickets. The amount, involves several thousand. CaJdcr, jton, D. Knap- Elsi Class Chambers', Bertie Davis, Winnard Ford, Norman j Fo.v, Beatrice Hickmore, Viva Har- Kive children of Mr. and Mrs. W. rinjru.M. Anthony Jarvie, Me- H. Calontt, Stralhroy. Oni., were ren- Kay. Charlie Panklmrst, Floyd Pn-s- dered unconscious by fumes from es- Herbert SHnvartz, Gretta Wilson Westcott, Mabel Peacock, caping but were revived later and will recover. CITY AND DISTRICT. Rochon is at Fernie on business. Quite a number of the boys have been invited to the dance to bo given at Frank on Kow Yenrs' Eve, many of them accepting. The shooting party made up from the. Hudson's Bay Co.'s boys did not meet with very great al- though they all report a jolly time. gloves were in order for Mag- istrate McDougall this morning, the Chief of Police presenting a clean docket. The C.P.R. freight offices report an increase in the arrival of settlers' cf- j fects and stock. Cars for the fol- lowing wercc reported this morning from Gretna, Man., Fred Perciva'., F, O'Deel, W. PercivaJ, W. McDowell, all for Lethbridge, whilst still another car hails from Carrington, N.D., the property of -John Miller, consisting of moveabJes and live stock. ;