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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TO LOCAL NIWB WHEBB YOU EXPICT IT THE LpTTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD me rauun t or UTV LOCAL KIWI FRIDAY, APRIL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN AS TO PUNS FOR Chairman Will Investigate and Report on Proposals for j Enlarging A mooting of the Hospital -Board waa held on Thurwlay night to to Into the Question or the enlarge- ment and improvemeiu of Gait Hospital. The matter was fully discussed in all Us 'tspflctH. It was felt that it was very desirable, lhat there should "be a. maternity ward kept isolated from the real of the de- partments in the hospital ,on hygienic, principles. To effect thin it will mean tlio raising of the new part of the hos- pital by ten addition of two The'need of a venereal clinic. In ac-" eordanca with the new department In ronjunction with the Health Denan- fnent of the Province, was gone into, with the proposition as to utilizing the old laundry by converting it' into a lab- oratory upstairs and a segregated ward downstairs. The. part of, Mie hospital Is so congested ihat three of thorn have to share one room, which j Is not considered satisfactory. After considerablft going into waya and means and discussion, the follow- ing resolution was adopted: That the rhairman h6 instructed to get informa- tion with a view to helping the Hoard Lo decide upon the host procedure as The opst of two fitorcyp on the new part of the hospital, (2) Tho nost of adding 10 rooms to the Gait Hospital nurses" honu-, (3) The nf putting the old laundry in shape.1 for a laboratory upstairs and ;i segre-1 Rated ward downstairs. PROPOSED MONUMENT TO SOLDIERS HERE B1Y RIOTED Automobile Club President is Interesting himself in the Suggestion An automobile camp 1'ur Lethbridge is the aim of 1C. Harris. Hi- will approach I lie city on thn question within thft near future and colliders the establishing of such a will do a, great 'dea.1 to pleasn the many motor touriaty expected through this city during the coming- summer. .Mr. IIurn's suggests that Mich a camp be established north of the bridge mrer the river, r mm Jug 10 Cualhiu-iii. Camping grounds north or' this point on the east side of the river are ideal. There is plenty of level ground and plenty uf trees for shade.i Very money would have Lo be put out by the city. The erec- tion of ;i few out houses and sbeiiors would he, all. Oilgury is of providing just Hucii-u convenience for touristy. The' question lias been under t ion by Mr. .Harris, who is pretndonl nf tin' South Alberta Good Huads and .Motor Traffic association, time and feels liiat this lm an excellent, move by the city. DOMINION DAY TO I SEE SPORTS' PROGRAM VOU REMLMbER? When parts of Fifth and Sov- ftlllll Strectn and First and Third Avenues were 600 feet wide? When tiie chain fence was erec- lod to reduce the width to !00 feet? U'heii the Supreme used to [to held in the present r. Xalurul Hes'iiirces IHiildinff'.' CALGARIANS MAY VISIT TEMPLE CITY; RUN SPECIAL TRAIN Businessmen of Culgaiy a.n? talking of running an excursion' to Card stun rinrirjjr May for thi; of. looking ovpi' the nuiKnifu'ciit .Mormon temple there. This will have to bfj lione be- fore the I cm pic is officially opened for worship. Sonic bti.sine.-smcn of Lethbridpe fytl that siiL'li un eicursion would be SmaD Mystery Is Cleared Up Mystery of "Swap" Has Had Readers Guessing this Fox and his father-in-law, liv- i'. farm at tiio poisoning1 after Taking two pi IB be- I will again have a big held in later subject to close scrutiny. Ji Kluirmoro and IvcthbridKO on -Tune will not bo until about Way that thf 'mill raio will be struck', nf. the norn mispionei's see un reuRon to huiTj1 1 matters, as according to the charter [tlio court, of revision cannot be held until May, and until such a court, held the payment of. faxes, should such bo madn, be under protest. in that any appeal against the jinenTK will not Of The following day j tions for mine surveyor certificates will be- hplfl in thu snmi; efntrns. J. A. Weir Receives Word as1 to Provisions Which Will Be Made Above is the suggested design for the monument to be erected in Gait Gardens in memory of diers who fought to main tain our liberty ami civilization. It iii that tin's monument be ouo roujjh stone-from Frank "Slide, approximately in feet by 10 feet by 10 ffpt to be put in placn at an ear date. The ciiiMtdl figures representing Cat Seed grain, feed and hopper Mons are occupying tlio attention of the provincial government just now j nnd bills for seed and feed are bcinjr rushed through thn Ingislaturn. This- information was HOC n red by J. A. Weir, representative of the provincial de- partment of agriculture in Lcthlirldge. this morning over the long distance! telephone. I Mr. AVeir has been receiving numy! tanufries concerning seed grain "roHrCJ and thai prompted the telephone The bill provides that one hundred, dollars' worth of seeiC'is the limit on i n. quarter section, providing the farm-1 pr does not owe eight dollars In the government for seed at the pre- sent time. In regard to feiMl fifty dol- liirs to a quarter will be given if eight hundred dollars are not owing to the lopartment find if this sum is owing f25 will bo the limit. l regard to the hopper question itr.! was informed that the depart-j Giant is preparing to conduct another' campaign this year for the extermina- tion ol the posts, three cars or mol- have already been purchased as weii as three carloads of arseuJL-. A small supply of each is on hand in Ltthbridgc at the present time. Efforts will bo mado to have (he hopper killing supplies handled this rear through the schools of agricul- ture. However, a representative of. the department: is expected in Loth- bridge in n. week or two in connection fpith this biisinfiss. This morning Mr. "tt'eir received his first inquiry this year about tlio hop- per dope. Mr. John Lay cock, who farms nine or tnn mihw south of Lethbridge, was asking regarding a lupply. WHEAT DROPPED 20 CENTS DURING MARCH; IS STILL DROPPING Wheat was ou a dropping market. all March. During the past few days. including today, the price of wheat lias been going down rapidly. Wheat started Marcb-off with a price and on March 4 it was up to the highest point for the month. Pn March 111 it -was down to In 'Winnipeg and is still solng down. Advice received this morning by K. Hurrio i.i effect, that trading is bad and further drops in the price of wheat can be expected. Business is reported as being generally bad. COMMUNISTS APPLY SWORD AT KRONSTADT HKLSINOFOUS, April workmen who made their escape from Kronstudt arrived at the Finnish frontier last night. They reportc'l (hut the Comimr-'sts whon they left were executing tvery oilier man and every fourth woman in Kronstadt. Jas. C. Torey, M. L. A., for Guys- borough, becomes member of the Gov- ernment without portfolio. PRAISES BOOKLET PRINTED BY HERALD __._ Among the many letters rc- ceived by G. H. Marnoch. presl- dent of the Luthbridgo of Trade, complimenting the on the excellent animal report issued for is one from the British American Oil company, Limited, Toronto. This annual report was jirint- ed by the job room of the Luth- bridge Herald and the re- marks in this letter in regard to the work are interesting. regard to the priruini: tiie letsir reads: "Outride of the compilation fads and sta- tlstics, ilio ineclianical execu- tion is particularly creditable." ada and Great .T-t'Ilain will be adcle.i when funds-are available. There will bo bronze Inscription plates each side., or in lieu there- of, the names of the fallen may be cut. in the stone face. SERVICE STATION FAMOUS MAGNETOS Magnetos Recharged. With Factory Equipment. All makes of magnetos re- paired. Full stock ui' repair pin J.s carrietL We repair and rewind arma- tures, genera imivm-s. coils "ami, All work guaranteed. ROY ELECTRIC COMPANY .nh AVP s, GREEKS RECAPTURE TOWN CONSTANTINOPLE, April capture of Eski-Bhehr by the Greeks who were driven out of that city by Turkish conn tor-attack, is believed to be certain in view of the superior ity of the Greeks in artillery. FRAUD IS CHARGED SASKATOON'. April 1. --Paul PiVfiV formerly ;t prominent inrrchant of WatfciYa. Sask.. lliia niorninp; re- manded for trial :i( nexr. ussizes on four Hir.rpo.; oT 1 obt.iining rrcdit. from.- (lie SirrliiiK Bank of biiil fixod at "Let's Go To The Yale" common remark at meal time. One visit will discover the reason why it is heard so often. THE YALE CAFE FIFTH ST. SOUTH. Notice To Our Customers! From'April 1 and uniil-further notice the price of milk will be O. 9JO PKONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadia Building 312 Third Avenue South CREAM Table Cream, per Whipping Cream, per Pint.., A Give the children all the milk they will drink. It is good for them. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. PHONES 1576 1577. SHOE REPAIRS For b-3st work at prices HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakei-s 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. MAGNETOS The North Lethbridge Garage SPECIAL PRICE ON Covered Roasters FOR SATURDAY ONLY Round Steel Roaster; regular special, OvahSteel Roaster; regular special... Oval Steel Roaster; regular Round Granite Roaster; regular special, Oval Granite Roaster; regular special. Round Aluminum Roaster; reg. special, ___________ _a_ WATCH FOR OUR WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL__________________ HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS-FITTING PHONE 762. There was a tims when a woman in delicate health had an advan- tage over her healthy sister. To be sickly was a mark of distinction. Sickness was mistaken for refinement. But thai time is past. Today the; young man whose fancy turns to thoughts of marriage is wondjring avoid an invalid. ;ill liill uniiC'iinl of ri'c M-I! of sue, liu- any hriillh rai'tlioil. Tin' iiiicslinn of lH'I'linlf'.S il pri'illlMll IlKit is r.tSV io V NO CHARGE roiisiliKil ioti is .-.vallum ohliiral ion. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Clock. and M41. IT IS TIME TO CON- SULT US REGARD- ING A MONUMENT Lethbridste Monumental Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Proprietor. IMPORTER OF SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBLES. PHONE 1468 3I5 8TH ST. S. BREAD always enjoyed the con- fidence of the house- keeper. and its popular- ity is growing. John Gi'more Ltd. kftrs ol Brrr.ii Income Tax FORMS NOW AVAILABLE Income Tax 1'orrus T-l, T-l A, T-2 Are Now Avail- able for Icsuc at the Postoffices and at the Sub- Inspcctor'c Office, 211 Sherlock Building. inns; ii.- lii.- Rrcfiiver General of C.-.n.idn. .-'ml brcti pi-fviously .infl Liy L3.iiv> on w'lir'l fir.'iv.'n. ;