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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1D2W THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE BRITISH MERCHANTS STUDY CANADIAN METHODS OF MERCHANDIZING to' HAWAII'S NATIVE FIAOE DISAPPEARING T. na ivo will be extinct IB f the ratlq of hlrtbs and dasifcs set the pHlcla! flgvirei for fiscal r If maintained Thla IE lifted the report ot F E fi-oiler, jresldetit ot the 'territorial bcsrd ofieaUli woicfc shows tha.t dur- IM, (be deaths ot pure- blooded. Havaltans totalled while there were uirsas. There are approximately pure-blooded JIawaiians living on the Hawaiian Inlands, according to estl- ma.tes. .Reports (or past years show decreases in their numbers. To, a loustard poultice from blistering the .skin, mix it on browu, paper a'nd cover the mustard with, thin-muslin. MONUMENT FOR COAL PftESlMV YOHK, Sept foj memorial tg the lata Joho iliichell, who was president of the United Mine Workers'ot America, are to be; raised hj- thj Jgba Mitchell memorial comntttea with the United Mine Workers of America. it is announced today. The memorial' w.lll placed at his jrave in Scran- ton. Pa: Autumn Coats, This pafty ofdraprre nasWa tawing the United SUto and Canada stuJniu: bMtawe methods on this continent Are: Ernest Barton Weeks, TuiOriteo Ciarle. Itoiwj COoras Lop don Lew managing director National Retail Dry Goods Association, New York; Miss D. Cook, Dudley; Princa, BortoB; P. Olcay, Bournemouth; P. W. cWrmaateapm' Chamber ot T ado Dudley; Prank Clilesman, Uradon P. Holgatc Barber, London; f. W. V. Matthew. P.reston; J. Lancaster, KnlKhtsbrldge; John London sirs RogBr W. Allen. New Yorki Douglas M. Rose, Oxford; Riser W. Allen, Novr York; Levvls Mooro, Leads; Frederick Groso, London; A. N. -Hollely, Plymouth; W) 111am !J. Hunter, SHefficld; and P. a teard, HUnlra. i Meleai Heal Olcer Tells About City's Health for Month of August The Minlical Health Officer's report chlroa infantnm. 1 still typhoid, for August has been submitted as follows: -i Sept. 3, 1920. The and Members, Board of Health, City of Lclhbrldgc.- .Gentlemen: 1 hbroirlth oabralt my report (or ihe ni'ontji.-ot 1920, with the num- ber of. and infectious dis- Scarlet fever, 5: Typhoid fever, i, (three city and one transient 1 Measles) !._ One" case'-of. scarlet feycr admitted '.to the Tsola lion hospital; wife ot above admitted on suspicion. Discharged on Sept. 7. Deaths 1 of stomach, 1 gaetro entertis, 1 taxemta, 1 heart failure, i- gaso- line qifildsloii, ,1 hiemorrh'age, 1 ac- cidental drowning, 1 crushed -skull, 1 apoplaxy. Amongst other things "burnt In the fire In my library the. book of records fairly well scorched. I have bad 11 rebound aL the eipenMe of the ance companies. Respectfully, submitted, C a Jledical Health Officer Sanitary Inspector's Report Lethhridee, Alta. Sept, 3, 1920 Dr. li. Geo. DeVeber, ..Medical -Health Officer. -City bl Dear Sir: 'Tile following is my report for-thi month ending Angust 31st, 1920: .uri. ,Sept 12tl? CARS C. BERESFORD SILVER COLLECTION Premises placed .in quarantine, scarlet fever, Premiies released from quarantine remaining In q.Karantlue, scarlet saced in mod. quarantine measles remises released from. mod. quar- antine Permlses remaining In mod. quar- antine, 8 Capacity disinfected in ft. Samples of water examined 17 Samples ot milk examined...... 3 Plumbing permits issued 3 Plumbing inspections.......... 2 Sewer connections inspected Inspection of abattoirs Inspection ot hotels and restaurants E Lavatories inspected 43 Miscellaneous nuisances abated S Inspection of dairy farms 17 Result, of Milk tests Name Butter Fat Chief -Mountain 3.8- Cryatal Dairy 3.5 Butterwiclc 3.5 Results of Tests of Milk for Sedimenf (Grade grade 5, dirty.) Crystal Dairy........-... 1. ..Butterivlck........... Chief Mountain Results of Tests ofMilk for Bacteria Chief Mountain l.OOO'OOO Crystal Dairy Inspection of Dairy Farms Seventeen- farms supplying mHk t lha city inspected but_it Is no posible to s'core them In tne'rama way. wshafe.Hojie in; the past because they are nearly all'Email farofe, milking yery few cn.wa. .Sii'teen number of fater ire Insurance :rocerles Meal lilk, butter and'-eggs pairs .....'...y _....... 'elephono Supplies Credit by p. Guise 4.42 4.40 62.3TJ 5.65' 1.00 62.30 1.50 2.60 S.80 5286.49 25.00 )261.49 OvTalkedof Britain Bylclently Feels That Will Be E ieijt. By Can ad ian Associated The publio still de- clines to befonle alarmed over the coal .None of the newspap- ers' comnaent'.'la. unduly bitter or pessimistic. "a few hours ot the close of conference trade presiden Suits and Dresses Have Arrived and Are on Display in the Section YOU WILL BE INTERESTED IN SEEING THE NEW SUITS With smart tailored lines, fur collars, silk some braided. -They come in Navy, Brown, Taupe and Castor, andfte prices are A'ery Fur-trimmed Suits selling at .i........ up to Serge, Tweed.and Velour Suits, up to The FaB and Winter Coats Are Beautiful The big warm cosy kind, also the more iittecl styles with lots of fur in evidence. Hfre are a few of the lines priced attraQtively i if youi1 choosing this week-end: STYLISH S1LVERTONE COATS to 880.00 cwi place. Most of the'iniik'prdrtuced'is pasteurized. At- tention was mainly given "to ge'neral cleanliness apd the necessity for. cool- ing the milk. Water Examinations The following are the results of tests oi water made in City and-the a report ol then conference vas issued UTCHETERIA 1 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH to tho sine government 11 which that the gov- ernment own casa has notin Ing to lose the fullest publicity. The miners, who. are. gpsd tacticians, also departed.straightway for Ports- mouth to resume altehdance on the, Tradefi Union.- Congress. Newspaper reports from jPortsraputh. this morn- T i Ing indicate that- while no official oi waier made City Lahora-, therc ls lory during August, taken, o con. Xg fhfcteria per tests -havo reaehed their B. Coll, negatlre. Aug. bacteria, too numerous to count; test, .negative.. tending parties final word. ii One correspondent remsflft: ''With the knowledge.that'they can 'bring the coal Industry to'a--stand- WOOL VELOUR COATS UTILITY TWEED COATS "pto ulo coill Lu Aug. o bacterlr. Ui tests negative. witnln ,a fortnight; tho -mini A.g. 7 bacteria 1 tests negate. would" to more' than hu to Aug. 8, hacterla too numerous ,o; th unduo count; tests negative. t acceptfng something Aug. 11, bacteria. 27; tests negative. %h Aug. 12, bacteria 4, tests l original Aug. 14, bacteria -5, tests nsgntiTe.. Aug. 1C, bacteria 3, tests negative. less Cured Bacon, by the piece Hams, 8 to 10 Ibs. each: Per BETTER MEATS LESS MONEY Specials for Sat 'Choice Beef Perlb.....15cto20c Leg Mutton, lb.....32c Shoulder Per lb.......... 25c Round Steak, lb. ,30t Choice Pork and Beef Sausages, 2 Ibs. Swift's Lavtl F. BERRIMAN, PROPRIETOR i i Aug. 25, bacteria 7, tests negative. Aug. 28, bacteria. 13, tests negative. Aug. 28, bacteria' 8; tests, negative. Aiigr 30, bacteria, 5, tests negative. Highest count (Bxc. Atig! 4 and 9) 27. Lowest 1. Average (Ei. Aug. 4 and 9) O.S. On August 4th and number of-hacterla was enormously Increased possiblyYdiic to1'distur-bance in' the mains, hut tiicro was no evidence of contamination and during the balance of the month the count was normal. Laboratory Work Water samples examined 17 Milk samples examined 3 Specimens examined..........', 1 Mailing outfits given out 3 Smallpox Vaccine given out, points 25 Isolation Report Patients'- admitted during. August Scarlet fever 2 Palitmts discharged during Aug.1 0 Patients remaining during Aug. 2 Number of hospital days 6 Attached is, the treasurer's mcnt for the month ol July, 1920. nespectfully submitted, J. T. J. VALLANCB, Sanitary Plumbing Inspector. Board of Health Expensts, July 1820 Health Inspector U74.82 j Health Officer........'..... 450.00 Stenographer 16.77 The Dally Express editorially says that all tho country knows that nel- side has an-'unanawcrablc case. The government is trading in coal and .king a profit out of It. That polyrong in refusing to substantiate claim before an Independent: WINNIPEG WILL APPE.AL ..WINNIPEG, .Sept. city council will apply for leave to appeal the decislo'rt of the utilities com- missioner raising street cor fares in Winnipeg. Aldefmen say car fares will be made an Issue in the civic elec- tions. Secretary Stamps and Stationery .50 Kforeiii 2.89 Telephone Kent 7.60 .10.01) Credit by Anll-tlion By inspection fcea .80 10.00 Rent......... Ice Supplies laundry I" ?10.00 4.00 ?.R7 .20 Isolation Iloapitd Pay roll SI 8.07 PRINCESS MARY Who is being invited by the Canad- Inhibition to visit llio exhibition In which will Ire The most'beautiful Goats shown this season. Sable, Lyiix or Opossum- Collars. Length 36 to 48 inches. Priced at, SALTS ESQUIMETTE PLUSH COATS up to HUDSON SEAL PLUSH COATS at.. and HUDSON SEAL FUR COATS, Very Smart..........'. and We Have Now in Stock a Splendid Range of Girls' and Misses Winter Coats Made from Wool Tweeds, Velours and Plushes, at prices ranging "from P _, __ We Would tike Very Much to Show You the Ifest in Serge, Tricoktte and Jersey Dresses for son You will iike them and pronounce them the prettiest and mpst reasonable in price, LADIES' PURE WOOL SERGE DRESSES up to 60.00 LADIES' TRICOLETTE DRESSES selling up to LADIES' FINEST ALL WOOL JERSEY DRESSES to All of these come in shades of Taupe, Grey, Brown and Black. YOU MUST SEE OUR STOCKS JF YOU WISH TQ SEE THE BEST The Simpson Company, Ltd. ITH AVE. LETHBRIDGE ;