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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 3, '908, News of GardstonT within 'thi laboratory routine. The alio, lor the department of the Attor- ney General in connection with riiedl- v V t'J vjrUl'IMl CVIIlLVCUUd W1UI special joint formed the chief business ol ttu; meet- licensing oMhc of al- meeting of the town council the ing. The rosciatfeu' carrikl 'uuaui-' beverages, etc., and will also board u.f tradu executive- off leers mously. investigate subjects' related to pro- Friday the 31st, sponses to u tolegrarn from- the mayor of Macleod to the sending of a del- eft to join Ihoio of Macleod and Caltfizy in waiting upon the govern- Thc WIf meiit at Ottawa, as to Mter transpor- WIW to by a lu tation fnr RnnM, on evening tation mcilitios for South Alberta, Tlu'ro was a lull representation of both bodies with the exception of Mr. J, M.P.I'., now in Kd- monton. T8hc motion !o head a del- egate to join in the efforts of our sister towns in thij important matter was carried urmaimoursly. The may- or, Mr. Spencer and. the president of the board of trade were the men na- turally looked to for this work and their ability 'was diluted upon by Councilman Cahoon. The mayor preferred to waivcvni-s right in view of the previous expcriwica of Mr. Martin Woolf, whose good services had been yvon dcrinjr the past year upon a similar While pre- ferring "that the mayor undertake tins important duty, Mr. Vvoolf gave his consent to do all in his power for the benefit of this section of the coun- try. The party will Ifave in thp of a few days, ilacleod and Calgary sending two delegates each and Cardston one. THE SHAKESPEARE CLUB This.'organization'hold, its last ses- sion at the hoiiK- of its founder, Principal J. W.' Low of the Cardston school. The''attendance -was not as good as usual owing to a number-of members being engaged in the choir work on Thursday evening. In the abbencc of tiic president, Hugh B. Browo, the secretary, Miss Orilla Woolf occupied the chair. The papers read were upon "Romeo and the plot being ably handled -by Miss Pardon; "character sketch of the nurse" by ..Miss Wool! also c.u-efully given. The historical of the play '..s1 present under ry the topic of Mr.' Low's lalk. .Two ndw members wen introduced, Messrs. Jas. Hampton and liams. S. THE OPERA Mr. S. Newton is drilling the choir members upon the opera; Billy to :be present- ed in some four weeks. Prof. Harper is expected to be in i attendance, at practices in the naiir fhtu'rc. r THE SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION OF THE ALBERTA STAKE The various ward organizations were all represented ;itMho "union meeting held Friday evening except Kimball and the brandies- at ford and Spring 'Coiilce. Considering stormy weather.a very good attendance preeted Stake Superintendent W. H. rStml and aids. A resolution as to the abstinence'of Aetna: Mr. K. IJeazer, of Reazer vil all Sunday School, work-r.s from tea lage; John Tarrish and V. I. Stewart. and coffee, tobacco all" alcoholic of the village of Lcavitt; Lorin A. drinks as well Iss endeavor .to see Little, of -Toylorville; and A. Cazier, that our laws strictly en- contractor on the C. P: R near Maple' forced as to illicit trafilc in liquors' Creek. Provincial Laboratory LECTURE OF REV, J. W. BELL An illustrated lecture upon the large au- The ef- fects upon the stomach, liver and kidneys of the use of common alco- hojic beverages us well as tobacco, portrayed by the speaker. Tho lecture was certainly worth the support of all classes of :h We offices, corm-r of Sixth St. and Cal- L. D. S. STAKE TABERNACLE Contracts for this new church building have been let. The building is to be of cut stone "and is to cost some without seating ar rangements. Some worth of materials and work are to be taken over by the contractors. DEATH OF INFANT CHILD On Friday' thr; six months old child of Mi. mid Mrs. Rufus. Pilling, died oi.pneumonia. Tlie lohs i.i severely felt by the be- reaved parents as this'is the second one of their.little.'flock that has been taken to the great beyond. The fun- eral services are to be today at 12 o'clock. The entire community is deeply -sympathetic in this case. The funeral was well attended by the relatives and friends of the family. THE RELIEF SOCIETY CONFER ENCE The Ladies' Relief Society of the Alberta Stake held its conference at 10.30 and 2 o'clock Saturday. The at- tendance was very good considering the weather. This organization has for its special duty the care oj the pick and the needy and the aid of those who are bereaved of their loved ones during that sad time when friends are most appreciated. There are some 'ourtc''n of these organizations Alberta Stake of the Church of Jesus 'Chris', 'of Latter Day Saints, often given "the misnom- er of "The Mormon Church." PERSONAL MENTION Mr. C- E. Snow on Wed nesday last from a month's holiday trip through the Wr-.-itern States. Hr reports a most enjoyaDie time espe- cially at Los Angeles and other Cal- iornin poiril-. During his absence Mr. S. Williiirns'Ms; been acting afer in the bank. Ducp :nct.with accident recently. to the footbridge across was responsible for fall by which two ribs were broken. WhiU suffering _considerable pain, Mr. Duct has not .kept his'bed though 5t has taken all of his well known..courage to keep' going.' was enlivened today by the presence of N. W. Tanner, of vincial interests. The Provincial laboratory for chem- ical, bacteriological and pathological work ig located in the government gmy Aveni e. Edmonton, for obtaining and sending maU'nals (o; lamination will be sent to physicians 'on application to the director, it is expected that stations for outfits will also be es- tablished at vorious places in order to economize time where long dis- tances are involved. For the present and until regular outfits are ready for distribution, specimens wil be received for ex- amination when sent according the following directions: 1. a' swab about one-fourth of an inch in diameter, of olain cotton wool, (not medicated, ind better not absorbent, though this latter will answer) firmly wound up in OH- end of a wire or wooden rod five or six inches long; wrap in two or three of clean paper, or place in an envelope and fold it; sterilize by baking in a ,kitchen oven until lightly browned by a heat which should require at least half an hour to do this, thus ensuring pene- tration and complete feterilization; the swabs in their wrappers un- needed for use. No antiseptic should be used in the patient's mouth or throat for at 'east two hours before taking the spe- cimen. H necessary cleanse the throat of nucus, then rub .the swab firmly over exudate or inflamed area, revolving it so as to get it well coated. Then place it in a clean dry bottle. Only tlie cotton part of the swab need be sent, if wished, af- ter cutting off or detaching the han- dle, lie very careful not to contam- inate the.outside of the bottle or its wrappings.....A.V5uiall bottle is strong- er than a large one. Cork the bottle securely, handling it always only n-ith clean hands. Send by prepaid express or mail .to the. laboratory. A data card must accompany each speciment. The postal regulations require that the bottle should be en- closed in a tin or wooden box and carefully wrapped. .2. Sputum. Supply the patient with a wide-mouthed .one or two a larjre cork, E! OUt LETTC1 BOX. (The HeialU in not m-ponsible for j in this col- umn. AH ccrrespoiNJei'vC: must be by writer's uauie will refused. THE UNIVERSITY ELECTION No formal .nomination IK-MI in the case of the approaching election of members to the .Senate of University of AJbuita, gradu- ates, will be left free a little Harvard or a HtUe A university of Alberta, ex- emplifying- throughout the of Alberta, seam to tporttinities Neglected LOSE THESE; 1C. roomed house, centrally located. 31000 down'secures same, balance easy, 5 roomed cottage and 2 lots Bartlett Streei, cash. A snap at this figure. Post Office Slock Plime2H i and for Albertans. would kind of institution work eunie.stly for vhich all could and which tho of Alberta would ungrudgingly jfiupport. In desiring to be member of the first senate; of 'ilwT'nijw university, t realize that I from Uiu graduates of the a very great honor sind prikilisgc. IU S. Jenkins. Strathcona; Jan.- 28, 1908. Facts abosit Gridley Colonies in Butte anij Sutter Counties, Cal, California's Grcatett Deciduous Fruit District to six crops of alfalfa awnually. Cliinato which has mude tlie state fauioiis. Plenty of cheap water for irriga- tion. ]S'o cyclones, MO blimrds.Tjo dipughts. Continuous growing and cropping season. Richest soil in the slate, and home, diversified farming. Oranges ripeu from four to six weeks earlier t'hftn in rother parts of tue state. Ohurclies. railroads, telegraphs, telephones and good Electric interurban cars connecting 'with the large cities, Irrigation .River, the third largest-stream in the state. Annual rainfall 20 inches. Mqre thau 300 days of sunshine every year. Magnificent scenery, good hunting and fine fishing. A good place to live and a'sbre place to make money in. Write or call on H. W. FRIELING, Irrigated Uou GI. of diifonii For and Literature i life, Caiadi Ageftts Wanted l 'W CM Cattar? IP enrnpiir, juuujf f Eurer Aiijr time, j.. 37-0. "L.V PROFESSIONAL CA1M ORS. McCLURE It STCWAftT, Bur. geon Dentists. Office Hours; fa.a, to 12n.; 1p.m. to HAMILTON YOUNG W.S.GALBRAITH; PhyricUn, lurfMA AccoucKcr Office 914 Redpath 0t. 'Phone 55 9a.m., 74 p.m. I i i K.C., D.C.L., B. .Morton 0, C. L. CONYBEARE 4. JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Ktc. OiHce: Conyboare Block. Alta. 23-lyt. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Btrriitor, Etc. Office; Money to on Town Fium Property.'; I BEST ATTRACTION OF SEASON Mr. Robert Ganthony, the eminent dramatic author and humorous cii-j 'tcrtainer 'coming to WcsteVn Cjanada with his company of London will visit Lcthbridge on Monday, Feb. and ihs citizens of -this town! and one-third full of 3 per cent. Direct the patient to Letters and circular- tlic Provincial Laboratory been sent throughout- the to all the registered mcdicaV pi'at-.ticioners to the ,secretary-trfasurer.; of cities, towns and villages and to postmas- ters outside or ciUos c.iui towns; In the interest of the p'tblic wealth it is desirable the scope of the work done in the Provhu-ia. Labora- tory, b-j made a genernUy hncwn as "possible. Examination of specinu-ns coming within the routine work of the lab- oratory, as outlinod in t'io circulars, are made free of The cir- culars read as follows r "By n Ordcr-In-Conncil under date of December 2nd: the Pro- vincial Laboratory has been consti- tuted a branch of the Department of Agriculture for bar-ceriolopical, chem- ical, biological and pathological in- vestigation, and the Provincial Anal- yisis yist and Bacteriologist has been plac- ed in charge as director. In connection with the Public Hflalth the laborawry has been aiith- thti following therefor orjzed to undertake lines of work as o; arises: (a) The diagnosis of Communicable diseases, such as, divthem, typhoid fever, pulmonary tuberculosis; rabies, etc (b) Bacterial, chemical arid physi- cal examination of water supplies now in use, or to'be used by the pub lie. (c) Biictertal and v amin- ation of sowerage. (d) The inveEtigation of the natur- al water supplies of the Province and of their pollution and purifaction. (e) The investigation ,of water sus- pected of conves'ing jfevor or other water-borne diseasea. (0 The examination pjiw ilk plies for public use. lc OgcAfixPai (g) When deemed necesary the production of vaccine and antitoxic (h) The investigation of outbreaks of epidemics of communicable diseas- es in man. (i) The examination ?f atuffs suspected of being to if used for ;j) The fnvesiigation of that is a menace to thn puhHe health. The routine work of deals with matters directly related to the pxiblic health or the administration oi Government, and matters of private or personl import only do not come bolic posit-coughed up sputum in the bot- tle, avoiding any .soiling of the out- side of the bottle. Saliva, food par- ticles and blood should be avoided. The is to be left in the bottle." I the sputum harm- less and does not interfere with mi- croscopic examination. There should 'je as much carbolic solution (5 per cent.) as sputum. The bottle is to be securely corked, 'well wiped off with 5 per cent, carbolic or with 1-in- I'lOO bichloride of mercury, then sent in as directed above for diptheria. 3. Typhoid Fever. Cleanse the lobe the ear with soap and warm water followed 03- alcohol, and ether in equal parts. Do not use bichloride of mercury, carbolic acid or any other strong antiseptic. Prick the ear deeply with a clean surgical needle and by pressure and manipu- lation get the blood to ilow. Wipe away the first two or three drops on a 'clean piece of tin-foil (or if this is not at hand, use clean 'white Allow the -blood to dry thoroughly without the use of. heat. Then fold up the tin. in a clean paper, enclose it. an envelope with a duta card and mail to the laboratory. 4. Rabies: A dog suspected of ra- bies should not be killed, but should be carefully confined for several days. If it dies, send the head pack- id in ice, by prepaid express, to the laboratory. Avoid injury to tlie brain. If tho dog does not die in three or four ,days it has not .hydro- phobia. If it is killed instead of be- ing allowed to die, several weeks may be required to decide if it had hydro- phobia, instead of a single day or IMS that suffices when the above di- rections arc followed. (In every instance a data card fully filled out for the laboratory file must accompany the specimen. Other- wise a report will not be made. All communications shonld be adrlrcssed to "The Director, The Provincial La- boratory, Department of Agriculture, j Edmonton, Alta." and bacterial has received more engagements -and patronage from the royal hosts of EitrojKi than any'.entertainer in, his li; is indeeti :a rare .thing to: have royalty recognize a humorous cntci-tuiiK-r, de- Vjtiality. of heV.iis a .su- preme Favorke. bping by most' fashionable, and select audiences. He is a of Savage Cliih, London, and has' entertained .Xing, Edward also the Prince ami'Princess of and was presented to them upon request; from Her Iloyal High- ness, .v ITe hits entertained 'andi has luncheil wiih the .King and Queen of Such distinguishC'tl appro- ,val should be sultiden-t recommcnda- t'pn. The artists associated, .Mr. Cnnthony ftri London mu- sicians, and vocalists including Miss Stanmorc; of the Court Thea- Rose, irannars.. well- -j- known London. t thy Fairfax. and of :Lhcj I'aris 'Consorvatoirc of Music, Mr. f Fred Hewitt, instrumentalist of the famous Kuropean ducttiMs (irevvitt and Mr. (I. Atklrc, who will .conduct the tour. The'.subscrip- tion-list, is now opea at J. J. John- ston's. .Plans open to on Feb. 7. and .tlie general jnihlic on Foh! S. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots forth FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third onc-tln'rd f> month's, balance 12 montlis. Interest 6 per cent, per annum ijrinfytior Co. or lo the Provincial lions of public water and milk sup- plies will also be carried out by the j laboratory. For this purpose it is necessary to get- specimens by exact methods in propor outfits, according to directions givc-n in othor a waste 'til manner. :r.uiiu the of doing cash system Isrs ib i Furniture Co. NEW TELEPHONE CONNECTION Arrangements have been completed whereby the telephone lines of the'. Al- berto .Government running from We-1 taskiwin to from to Stcttlcr and from Macleod to Coleman have bocn connected with jihe Boll Telephone company's sys- is of greit convenience tliat point .the.lines of the govtrn- above can .now Cached from a oy point on the com- pany's vice versa. To the Public: Havitig disposed of my hardware busi- ness, the CtntralHard- it is absolutely necessary that all ac- count so wing me should be paid immediately. Prompt attention to this matter will avoid the necessity of my placing these accounts in the hands of a solicitor for collection G. L. VROGMAN WATCHES, JEWELRY, Etc. main- spring, needs cleaning, brok- en parts or any thing else th2 matter. JEWELRY Rings need soldering. stones altering size or made larger. Bronchos, chains, pins or anything else in the jowelry lines need repairing. go down to the cellar and get some coal. is no con! Then' go down to The Sign of the Watch Ford St., near City Hall Mother Fred store n net order some coal at once. do it. My shoes are worn out. Get a pair at the same time. T. GUYTOil Leave orders at F. Gow's PHONE: TO P.O. BOX J.2I- B. C. MOORE Funtral Dirtctor and to Presbyterian Church. Office Phone 102. Residence CARRUTHERS, JONES fc and All kinds of Cementing done. Con- tracts taken for Building or J x, Atta. F. 8. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room I Whitnty Black. 3SMJ Daily Herald Market Place ym have uythMf te sett w rtit ?Kt it it wnt MC this 25c MC toertkM SI BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOM can be given" to two respectable men. Apply to E. Oxland, Bompas St. ROOM WANTED room, cen- trally located, with or without board. Apply Box T, Herald. 45.0 LOST. LOST 30 lb. horse with strap between corner Round and Redpath, and Dufferin and Westmin- ster via Dufferin. Kindly re- turn to Singer Swing Machine Of- CLERK WANTED A BRFGHT INTKLLIGENT NIGHT CLERK wanted at once. A iniddleaged man preferred. Apply Windsor Hotel. WANTED GOOn GENERAL SERVANT. Ap- ply to Mrs. P. L. NaiamithV 4311 SERVANT WANTED A GENERAL SERVANT WANTED at oncn. Apply to Mrs. J. D. Higin- bothnin. WANTED An experienced servant. Apply Mrs. Ceo. B..' kay, corner Hompns and Bartlett. 39 (i SITUATION WANTED A teamster or i housc, experienced man. Apply Box Z., c-o LetbbrKlgc Ik-r- aid, IjjJhbririKic Alta. 42-6 WCIT PETERBORO NOMINATIONS Toronto, Potorboro Gonaervativea have nominated T. Bradburn, M.L.A. for the Lepslature, J. H. Bnrnham lor the Commons. Pioneer Goal IS ON- THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Must Paid on Delivery, HwvMTI i iiWt Watch! Watch! Watch! Onty a few more orders for coal rrqnirod to enable me to make the draw for the magnificent Machine For the (Into to ho announced sliorlly in this And hurry up with your coal orders. Don't forget to drop stub in box at Pos! Office. H1J A Successor to Dixon 1 IX Transfer Co.. Phone 180 Box 27 The Herald Job Department Pro- duces All Manner of Fine Work. TO LET Well furnishes! room, suitable for one or two men of- guwrt habits. A ply Horn pus No. 303. 42-6 I THE BIGGEST LIAR A game warden out West was walk- ing abroad the other day when he a hunter with a gun. The officer i suggcshnl that that ought to be a good country for hunting. j "It wriainly said the huntrr, proucily. "I killed one of the finest bucks yesterday I ever sa-sv and he. .weighed over two hundred." It wits the season when deor may not bft shot without subjecting tlu: hunter to a heavy fine. i that is n fine said tho warden. "And do you know who you are talking I Heinp assured that ho did not. the said, "Why I am the- gam i' warden of this section." hunter wa.s only tHkf-n Ijack for rt moment when he said "And do you know who you arc talking j The warden did not know. j said the hunter, an- parftntly much "yvt> aro i talking to ;hc biggest liar in thii sec- tion I" ;