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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LfrUibridge DailyHerald. Thursday, September 1.10.10. FOR SALE-- A Modern Eight-Roomed House, Lot 40 x 225, at, 1255 Dufiterin Street. This property will be disposed at a bargain. For particulars apply to Round Street Phone 763 Westminster Rd. 1063 Clarestolm .-'Nanton Gramim Baroni Kipp Jet. THE NEW GALT HOSPITA! pescription of the Lay Out of the Building- A Modern Operating Rciom-AII Gon- veniences ly, fireproof, u'ho have not inspected the new Gait hos- A Viewof the fNew Early In the rifear ...v While !MADE A j :NEW. YORK 'MAGISTRATE t j and of- the. ?Bediord' A.VC. .Court, handlinx-'t-he sugar to" "obr j -police, think .'.tain kill V- 'High-priced -whisky has 'resulted in a marked decrease of draakenn-ess in, the. .United Kingdom. T-he.output.'of the. Ontario' mines for the first hall-'of the year amounted to over twelve million bridge-should be proud of her j ces "bf'.Jouud. Tliis. de-partnjei.fc new thirty-seven rooraed solid ,-brick j is frorn.. tho uiairiI'-ooriidoc stone hospital'., which is absolute, [by uak doors. 'The __j _.-i.- i_-__ __i .the operating, and .prepara- tory tiling and the- cornersrare marble. The department' is anesthetic room. preparation i-rppm, sterilizing room. which- is''-fit; ted.' with.-basins operated a flush, tank, a the main ster- ilizer; be -'pro- cured and the .gift or" 'Dr- pital- should without fail do so t-o- .jnorrow between the hours of two. idr'slx" o'clock when the building; j will-be open to the p-ublic for inspec- ''The superintendent, Miss M. Mc- Dfermid o.r. .-her. assistant Miss G-. .ideal hostesses and deem it a to show visitors i T'ne: operating: room '-wnere oi: course the 'many rooms and explain! takes UD. the mas- ses, acd six' pupil nurses in cpnnec- t'ioa :yrith the hospital.. i--. The First Floor iioor is practically, riven over '.to-men's "wards, private rooms bafh: rooms and, x vard kitchen.. At the >nortli and south ends'- of the" iirst j A large; screen protects the ,tsble fco'm any dust which come_.-irpm. the.--radiators.; Off, operatiiig. rooin is the surgical ing ;and completed .-with three will be used, are- men'-s warda.- The south ward as ifor, Attendants .rooms, also j twelve-spick "and span! at the- side of eacli "has where there are Jour, furnaces. twp( small heating hot water and'.for-the sten-lizer and two ones for' hsa-tiiig. the building. A screen, cbnipaftttieats where" patients been "placed sanitary whiter enameled jr.Iass table? and "in-dividual call bells. 'The electric'figlitiaa; throughout.- the'-buildirr.a; ;is most attractiye and; th-e automatic especially de- signed for use" in hospitals" control the various lishtsyTwhichr'are attach- ed to the ceilings-.-in dusters, they are bronze with square Colonial irost- Is J-with'a'n enamel case and ed nishers Save great pleasure in extending general public and espcc-" ially tiie visitors to Letlibridge during Sir Wilfrid -a hearty invitation to inspect this model fiYfniturc store; of Southern Al- berta. We are at present placing on our -three goods -arriving for Eall business and-inspcclion on your part be heiVcficia'l to "us'as welT as-to vou, But what we want to-impress upon your mind is the attractiveness of-our goodness of the low prices at which we are-selling them. _ etc. We ship out of town daily and niake no extra charge for packing, See. our new window display at. all-times for the latest in the furn- world. We also carry carpets, linoleums, curtains, etc. t We have competent men to scivl.ontt'o men sure J'or and oleums, carpets and shades. lin- all the base of Tlarge Bedside screens, the latter are 'used to completely surround a bed wlitre -fae patient''is very ill. The north ward on the first floor is sim- itar to the south-ward, except that there'are ten instead of' twelve beds. At cither-side of. the main' entrance and acros's the front of the building; arc sun parlors, and more cheerful, rooms could not be imagined. 'Extra single doors op-en .'fromv the wards into, the'sun rooms and when a patient is recovering; and so desires his bed can-., easily be w-heeled into r> i tr r the sun room. Arra chairs, rockers, j Will JTFobably and a reading and writing; table com- clot-nine: is placed :and fumigated! iTbe' Iiu'en--ior- the new hospiial. has donated by the Ladies .Aid. donations are an piece toilet' set-froin' 'Kirkham Bros. 510.On from: Mr. .J. Furman, and-the A. R. have.'donated to the hospital plete the furnishings of these- rooms and in -convalescent patients will be permitted to smoke. Serving Rooms On both the first and second floor are serving, rooms or ward kitchens; which really must be visited Mo' be .appreciated. The kitchen of the- S. Fieldi ng Ottawa, Hon. Mr. The Pire-Box is Life .of Oven its'- Heart one Dorivt you-. -tiiink-' they should-be-propprtidned- In do, different 'fcTttie is too -large: for the oven, tne result is aCwaste of >f it is; too amall.yinefiiciency Yoa'Wiirfind a-scientifically in no other jriake but the r i purchase this ypu-Uir; any size'- of: scientifically proportioned; to-' tfie-'size-of the oven there- in lies-'trie your and-satisfac- "-Write-for'tlie freerbpok that 'tells you all-about it Brantford. AGENT FOR.LETHBFUDC QUEENff OWN iMEGOOD Criticisms ot :t.he Queen's: Ovri; Rifles. -are- --.al-I-.cordial: They compare, ja'vorajjiy with, the .regulars drill.. although not; perfect, "-is very.Cgood: AppreciE.tion is'eipresssti pf initiative. ssction com; ins. sails today ;irom .ijvejppolT.- "and manders which-promis'es well for the' old hospital will be still used' and in view rocitx1 ueoti hp.mprcpiningh is of partTctlar spell of manoeuvres with Brit- compartments in which the food is Ii is lie'vcd here that the attitude of be- the. held; A 'feature of the ward kitch- TaEt administration will oe verv con- ens are the up-to-date steam tables! siderably influenced by tae ouicome where'food is kept steaming hot df.'tM'farr elect-Wn in the til -wauled. Each kitchen is fitted' States in which the. tanit promises with ample in which are j to be-a prominent issue, kept' the china, which has b-een .care- -T-h? selected, been installed room on the ____ the promised reci-1 jgjj troops; General-Law son. at the the food 'carried through the vddpJ uegotiaifba's. The minister, conclusion of. yesteraa'y morning's and well ligfV.ed corridors which join'I wil1 to Nova Scotia- for a cinii, said he was'quite-'satisfied with the new and old buildings -The CT-- short' limey but 'it is expected -inat koih ths promise and in which the cook food is car-hh? proposal .between the American ried to the serrius is of iron and i and Canadian .Soycnimer.ts will be white enameled and holds six- up BURWASH -HIS EXPLAINED Skill and Dropped, byr Methodist It Victojia, Atg. Tlreycase inal oSends for of'indect literature; and the '.minister, of justice, "by the. general :_Tg Burwash gave-an led to this. had Skili, -although-, a' the by King. -Learning had petitioned'for lease, delicate health. The of Canadians. The 'eight' mile march was performed in crisp style. A cordial relationship has besn es- tabiished with the regulars. The of- The the sale of mojcejt was leto m cfiarge of form -department. fleers'mrss of the Queen's Own-Rifles is'flooded vrith offers of membership RUSSIA'S, EM-PRESS from various chilis and messes. Chall- 10 contests inctudlnp; baseball and cricket have already been cx- APPARENTLY gard" t-p iurthcr revision of The against any reciprocal arrange- r waiter carries the floor ward kitchen. Oh the first floor one of the i private rooins has been furnished bv The chiffonier. ments preliminary correspondence is ikelv to be exchanged and possibly a stand, table and large wardrobe withr conference arranged ior oefiajteij n. _ Londoners' want 'ihe' regimCac to 'lowed bv The sol- welcome ii This can be arranged. Stewart Patterson, senior chaplain of the -Red River expedition of 1870 tSe maple emblem of writes to the press that leaf was the recognized bevel mirror are all enameled m white and an attractive Khorassana 'rug and dainty net curtains give a homelike appearance, to the room. The Second Floor On -the second- floor hesides the wo- men's ward, -which is dirtctlv over the north ward on the first floor and ivhich is its duplicate, is large sun parlor across the front 01 tin: building, here the furnishings are wicker and lounging chairs, couches and rockers, invite one to rest awhile Tisre are also large linen closets. bathrooms, lavatories, three v'-vatft .bed rooms, a serving kitchen nad thn operating department, which takes up. the entire north corner of the: building. i One %of the private rooms, has been j furnished bv Mr. Naismith, vjCr.-chair man of the hospital "hoard. "PC it'rn- iturc selected is bird's o.ye m.iplc and j includes a handsome chiffonier, stan-d, i table, bedroom meter ami oh-iir and a pretty- Daddag The tf .-m a_rt- joininp; has been [urmsliod Mr, B. Bowman, secretary .sc and the furnishings are sir'tilav to Mrj Naismith's room in design but wood used is walnut instond ti The woodwork thriaqhout- the tsl is oalc. Operating Department, The operating aopaythent is pi ,a' hospital four ti-ru-s cf Gait hospital, here 'Utensils, and o is not thought probable thai, anv j Canada long before I860, t-he date mediate decision ivill be arrived at. I daiiued rcr On {the inir.iaUve o' The lat-e Dr. Hichard- SC-TI or he, as secre-tarv ol the of- Peterborough in 11S56, badge 6a vrtiich the-rei was a wreath of maple leaves. KP. also -wrote verses.' mentioning the 'maple leaf and ranking it with the j Rose, Shamrock and Thistle. Friedberg Hesse, Sept. Nicholas and Empress a rrived here yesterday excellent health surprised those- 'saw ;iiet, though she being in ill. .health and take the are iuH and Have cclori majesty .talks- with animatiDn'. Torpid, lazy liver cai biliousness and" hei commo' complaints! set. si yon loot for the "Ideal" GUST- aattc. It--3 put on you cca saffly buy -with IJMTJ wbwbeforayoa.bny Tel' "S ta oend.jou Philetopay e" "jV6" HSOJTfBIftL1- PORTUGUESE OBJECT TO VATICAN INTERFERENCE Lisbon, Sopt. 'court. has nor yet received a reply from the i Vatican lo its against. criticism of certain members ot ibc; gcvernmpnt bv Consignor Dr. J. Ton- j ti, the papal nnncio. Thf? stated lhat tlic ofiicials j were, following in the footsteps of Premier Canalcjas, of Spain, ar.d i.ht: government considered the expression as constituting an improper interfer- ence in the politics of the country. LIVE HON. C. 3. HYMAN'S CONDITION IS NOT SATISFACTORY: -London, Onl., 'Aun. Hon. C. S. -cake up the it to action, speedily restoring1 good health. A pureJy..vege- table remedy that has.a-ben- eficial effect on and bowds as vreH. Because it's we know -what's .in it. 25 cents a box. cur, spt-nt, a vtry restless night, and Attending physicians fc-ar inver.ia! in- iuries, but arc of opinion tliar, raay'iioi serious. -Mr. I-Iv man cuts raay lost tcttth and sustained tie Sold gnorentacd by ALL LETH3RIDGE DRUGGIST? ;