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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta OHohcrlil, 1011. THE LETITBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Pup 5 when tke biscuits NOT HEREDITARY SAYS THE DOCTOR CREAM BakingPowder A or TE OUTLINE EXPRESS DELIVERY AREA Decision of the Railway Commission Affects This City Although the Dpmlnjon Express Co. !have been delivering ?o pnrts of North Letlibritjge for some time pa-jt, thte exact area over which they must de- liver express has not been known. The matter of frc'o distri- bution was referred to the Board of Kalhvay Commissioners some time ngo, and this morning the Board of ;Trade communication from tlie secretary of tire Railway.' Board appending Chairman Mabae's finding Jn the matter. The area for tile col- lection and distribution of express freight as defined by the board to as lollows: Thirteenth street north from 7th nvenue north, First avenue south. Sixth avenue south .to Third street' Routh, thence -following the-brow of Ihe escarpment to the west end of Keventh avenue south, find tbqnce by ilie north and east, sides of. the "Ath- letic grounds to Ninth avenue south, Seventh 'A stitet, street south, Seventh avenne Fouth, Sixteenth street to the ruilway yard, First avonne north, 19th. Etix'et north, thence by Seventh Ave. north to' the starting point. BLOCKADE OF TRIPOLI RAISED Washington, Oct. Am'arican consul at Tripoli, -iolin A. Woods, has been In- formed by the Italian governor general of that country, that the blockade of the port, of Tripoli has: been raised.. Mr. Woods so advised'tlie state parlmtent yesterday. Effective Address on the Great White Plague atY.M.CA. At u very well tiltuixlud meeting held in Urn auditorium of the V.M.C'; A. last Dr. Charles Dana Hoi'- uecnstaiy of llio Society for 'the Prevention of Tuberculosis, made, a very cleat anil instructive address''on great' white plagtiu..; Sunn Lor lie Velier occupied the and in introducing the doctor, spoke, of ilie steady encroachment of the; disease in tliis province due in a great j measure to the Fact tlmt as yet no 1 steps whatever liave been taken by the authorities t0 prevent Us spread. Dr. Porter's visit through the west, where he is lecturing to large amli-; ciices in all the more important cen- j Ires, should have the effect o[ stir- ring tin: people up to a recognizance; of their duties in this regard, am! should arouse such interest as will cause .some steps to he' taken for cop- j ng with the disease. 'The doctor declared that tuuc'rculos-1 is hereditary and the infection! of the disease 'among was i Jtie to carelessness. The disease often originates in home' is liadly ventilated, the sunlight ex- cluded, and hygiene in many ways overlorded. 'The speaker strongly urged that all louses, especially rooms he well ven- and He cited several cases where the piaguc had Shoe Reputation is Valuable Edmonton, clear cloudy Medicine Hat, cloudy Jrince Albert, 32 36 Saskatoon, fair Bwif tiCiirrfint; cloudy :'-42 fcagina, clear 33 Winnipeg, snowing 3-1 Port Arthur, clear 36 Nelson, clear 52 Some light snowfalls have occurred out the weather generally over the prairie provinces has teen fair and 4 I caused the death of several members family and upon investigation was found that badly ventilated bedrooms and ill lighted rooms was the cause. It is less contagious than 'most diseases. No climate, in the Xvorld will dire, tuberculosis j said.the; of'the first'essentials .for, the prevention of the disease when j the first symptoms begin to show.-is: plenty of nourishing well copied food. He denounced the use of money can he used to better advant- age for the purchasing of nutritious food owing to the wasting nature of the disease the victim requires food the jreqnirqment of plenty .Q! rest cannot'lie no less ifnpoitant is the value, oil fresh Flebple' go from one mate' to another seeking .'a cure, but! no climate m the world can effect the cure without the aid ot the afore- mentioned precautions It is not an hereditary though it may lie latent in the sys- tern for years r, it is also less con- tagious than most diseases. There is 39 AS WE SELL NOTHING BUT Shoes and Hosiery, we have made a special study of where and what to buy to meet the needs of the public in our line. The result has been that have established a reputation for stocking the largest and most complete stock of Shoes for every use and all occasions at mod- erate cost i You can rely on this reputation when buying your Fall and Winter Shoes J. Nelson Co. I i _. _ ._________________ cold. Heavy frosts are reported es- pecially in Alberta, Saskatchewan and (no fear infection -if northern Manitoba.. (proper rules of 'sanitation are Forecast, all continued, cool weather with local and snow fhir- The slander case of Alfred' Mapes, the Walkemlle contractor, against U. A. Holland, merchant, ot the same town, was dismissed. the :ob- sleep care- jibs, colds. beaU fc 25 ecu' c Served.- alone, expectoration should, lie nil and the sputum burned and sunlight should have free access the patients' room for the sunlight is one of tho strongest agents for the killing of germs. With plenty of nourishing, well cooked good ventilation and plenty of rest, tuberculosis can Itu 'cured in the first stages. Ventilation can af- least he secured during sleep- ing hours, which means a third of one's life, and can be obtained by means of a constantly lowered 'win- dow with caution for prevention of draught. Tuberculosis is insidious, but. not incurable. It is not con- lagions in tho same sense as measles, i whooping cough or other diseases, quickly slops (fee throat breath or touch. The disease in represented, and If through any cause a. school a represen- tative, a report of their aper (15 "Prepar- ing S.umlay: School Lesson.' Uy Rev. A. M. Gordon. Discussion, led by Miss Dora E. Fitch, Tlio Fifth Annual Convention if the LcthhrldKo Dis. of tho Alberta Sunday School Association, will be held in j Wesley Methodist Church, Lethtiridgo on Wednesday anil Thursday, Nov- emhcr 1st and 2nd. On Wednesday an evening session only will bo held, while on Thursday, sessions will bo held morning, after- noon nml evening. A sood program lias been prepared Thursday Afternoon Session which should guarantee a largo alien- hy Mrs. dunce at each session. Arrangeinonl, havo been made toj2.20-OPcn Hot delcyaloa from ouUIdc tho city I Vre'infective In Our Own (15 "Present- ing n Sunday School Lesson." Hy Rev. A. Levitt. Discussion, led Mr. S. S. Dun- hiini. of Committees and Announcements. LJeuetMction. CHINESE COME FROM CANADA Washington, Oct. General Keete in his reiiort states Hint the Chinese immigration to the United Stales last year wag mostly from Canada, over celestials coining across tlie border. The Lamp That' Saves The Eyes Children naturally never think of potable on trwtr when poring over a fucioabng It u up to you to see they do not turn their young eyes these long ei by readng under a poor hght. The Rayo Lamp it an against eye troubles, alike for and old. The Rayo is a low-priced lamp, but it Js constructed on the soundest scientific principles, and there u not a better bmpmade at any price. It is easy on the eye because its light is so soft and white and widely diffused. And a Rayo Lamp never Easily lighted without removing iKxJe or chimney; euy to rewrdc. Solid bran throughout, with haodiome nickel finiih alto m rthet Aifc your tlnkr to 4iow you htt hiv wtnc for circitkr The Impcritl Oil Coapuy, Limited MUST UNLOAD COAL IN THREE DAYS appeared before the uonrd Of Railway CommhSBioners, and asked for six. This railways objected to any advance n time, stating that with the present prospect, of a coal famine, too many vbich to unload coa'l cars, the nre being tied up under present on Retail Coal Dealers' Association I regulations Toronto, three day; Oct. thai is too 'short a time in D FLOOR the Harvard vtz. bed and brcakfiiHt, so Uuit a good attendance from outside points should be present. achowl U tho district ahuuld Com nity." AlcK.nnon. Led by Mr. G. B. 2. HO Reports from Schools by Ron- rrauulr o( HE choice Wheat uMd in the mill! ol Robin Hood Flot ftftrf tlMA other brand market ;