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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE TIIR LETIBRIDGK DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 6. 1918 8F A JOB IN CANADA fio One Knows What Di*po*i-tion Will Be Made of Them l Spr. iat l.i M .� .iM � Edmonton. April o Ilia' the Do minion government have no id on .is u> what disposition they .in- r.oit'R 'i> Blake o; thf H X. \V M T !hi statement of Premier St"\vart in tin legislature Saturday morning when tin1 house was dis> nssiiiR the veto f-'i the proviIlii.il jvolice lnv.-e Ho lie liiiil ilisi ii^s-i! ;!!,� sulijocf n X \V M I* would be nnipliiyi-d in in the future This and other matter-, the pr�mier informed tiip iii>nsi'. would he discus-cd when Mr !dmi'!| and the minister of the interior nr 111�*� ir representatives wouiil come west in the spring Prenii-'r Stewart sa'd th.it he had pot suggested the return of the H N W. M r fur police duty in ihp province In i ause from information lie had flier*' se-mert to lie :i th* mind of the nionnteci police j;enei.i!!y no desire to be mixed up with the rnfon anient of the liquor art. lint i tie province had gone to considerable expense in order to have their own MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA has ncned to loan * 1 .immi iii.i i,. �ti. -prov'tUT of Alberta to encourage h\i stiH-k industry P \ a pn were undertaking the enforcement of law and order Item-rally im luding the liquor at t. That was his idea no to the use of the police force and he wanted to j:ivp it a fair trial There had he said. bc�ii a disagreement with the cities also hut since they had decided to give the cities a proportion of the fines he had noticed an improvement. This was as it should be because to j prove we have mad enforce the law in the province they I difficulty hail to b. must have' co-operation between alt the forces concerned in the preservation of good order lie admitted the R X W M I' �ould be used in the rang** country and in the northland which it would he difficult to cover by the oTdinary provinrial police Th'* was a subje't that would be illscusse i when ministers came west Mr Hoadley said if GIRLS! MAKE A BEAUTY LOTION WITH LEMONS! vinrlnl fone The ore ureal difficulty ahoui Hie mounted police force was that Alberta hud passed the premier stage in a large par' of the province, and the responsibility of policing the province hail to be undertaken by the government "I am not going to abandon the policy." said the premier, "until 1 a mistake Great faced in making an effective force in twehe months Mr Hoadley urged that they could not do away with the patrols which had been so effect v.- ill th>. cane of the H. X. \V. M T. and mentioned ill it tile patrol system hart be-n .iil � � officer* wire out on the roads most ' ol the time, it was difficult to find one i of them in town. "I can say. and I , feel it my duty to say it. that the j provincial police we have in the east ; i rn part of the province^ along the C P R lave given satisfaction to Unpeople anil are giving the people as cool protection as the R. X. \V. M 1' ever did " * �> > tion to �nuapanaence. v EDUCATION AND THE NEWER IMPENDING DEMOCRACY The Value of Broader Education to 'ndapandence. i Series No 7 ) In spite of the undeniable fa. t that, "no man liVe'h unto himseif" happ!-ness depends ujioii a fair measure 01 individuiil independence One of the evils of our day is the j-revailinp; am oition lor specialization, and we are none the better off hecaise of it. In spite of the best science industry owes its chief inventions to men who , are not specialist!:, but who have e--i-uped specialization, and who have ! operated their Inventions with their At the cost of a small jar of ordm own hamls. and consequently know nry cold cream one can prepare a full  rmMr ,|efe,tH and can best prescribe ouarter pint of the most wonderful for ,|iPir improVem.nts. Heme, when lemon akin noffener and complexion a ,.ilX)]. man speah, fm Iabor ,,,, ,, beautifier by nqueezinK the juice of ,s^n fo hjnl. ne mav ,,, ..p(lu,..lt. two fresh lemons Into a bottle .on- mav ha pn ,0 ,(p allthor,. taininK three ounces of orchard wlm.-.  , i�e w, thp , , , i.'}r%8h,0!lWt, be,n"k?,h "tn,l,n ,h^i'^en ''professional ' from the won.-Juice through, fine cloth so no lemon ; &\ who K birth aninR iinil r.,!!^8eV,Jn,ih?-n.Jl,i9 1i!.L�.,,.WnLk_C!i,il>anded over to a spe. ialist -oft. n for good we adroit-nevertheless, we fresh for months. Kvery woman knows that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove such blemishes an sallowness. freckles and tan. and is the ideal skin softener, smoothener and beautifier. JuBt try it! Get three ounces of orchard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion ami massage it daily info the- face, neck, anus ana hands. It. naturally tthould help to soften, freshen, bleach ami bring out the roses and beauty of any skin. It UNDER THE NEW FACTORY ACT Premier Sav� if The> Are Neces-sar> Thev Will We Appointed tiona for th* posit tor.. He kwl -keen a MacksMlth by trate.ai |ai forked In trr* machine shM> .rffll hW- ha^l he�i oblljnNi to a;!** up tha.hu/taess. Mr. W�lr said that h� persfcafly hail I'.l-unnfon. 'od beeu-secretary of tho Liberal association. This Interjection by the t iMder of tho opposition brought the ! ItnutiMtlate retort, from Mr. Walr that ; Mr. Hoadley should not complain as the last political work he knew of him being engaged was In behalf of the In Ion government, at which there j waa a laugh all over the house, j Premier Srewart: "So far at any man employed by this government Is � c >m erned. It is expected of him that he will he found doing the work for which he was appointed and not election work." >lr. Ros.s pressed for a definite ,.: calvary during the ] statement regnvdlng the appointment: c the vote for the edit-' "f nn additional Inspector Premier I neiif Mr Ross said Stewart said that it could not be ex -", tion was rennlred and petted that they should have lnspci-j an additional male in I tors to cover nil the province, looking he engaged who had Tor the enforcing of the act. If the j machinery. There was labor people were anilaii.; to prevent I iSn chinned, the protection infractions of.the act, if they would I . n.uhl be for electrical workers 1 notify the department they would be 1 Nunilmr of putients treated dealt with. That co-operation was necessary. "I am interested.' added lh/ premier, in the success of the ' � , ' H.'t.lMl \pr ' An Increase of ii adminlstrattatn of the ae province was urg-i i 1 rut  !iv Alex Ho*�. 6ALT HOSP'L REPORT Number of patients in hospital beginning of month ......... Admittances Uuring month .... '^limber of patients discharged during month............... Deaths during month ........... Number of patients in hospital at end of mouth .............. Lowest number during month .. Highest number during month .. ttuily average during month ... Number of hospital days for private patient*.............. Number of hospital days lor ward patients (paying) .... Number of hospital days for ward patients (free) ........ Total -number of hospital days for month ................. Niiinlx>r of operations under general unaesthetic......... Number of operations under local or no anaesthetic ..... in outdoor department ....... Number of dressings and treat tncnts In outdoor department.. 120 175 ir�4 7 '4 17.a 47 �4 GO 1060 CIS I7s:i 47 2S thel T: � time had arrived, he asserted. t' tr "iie appointment of one more spe. ;..r I'reinier Srewart ssid that lh* premier........ _............. ihe chief inspector had been appoint-, act and after we aare hail some ex | T"" hospital wishes to acknowledge � I 1.11 the ground of hi* ability, and perlence in its working, if It is found sin.e ais appointment he had given necessary to appoint * additional in- ' no reason for any suggestion that-he spectors to enforce it they will he ap-, did not know his work. Kcplylng to pointed." 1 a statement by Mr. Weir that he hud;---------- ead in the paper the appointment of | Mr William llenrv Davis, a well Mr Mil-cod was a polltital one pure known business man and life long re-; and simple the premier said he had siilent of Ottawa died there In his i (Sgd ) K A MiCi.ARTV. sixtieth year, at his home. 1 Lady Silpt with thanks the following donations received during the month: t'artls for children, Mrs. James Mr llvena. .Magazines- \Y. r. T I'. Take, flowers, fruit ami ice cream-Mrs. O. 11. Hai man bi-on chosen because of his nuallflcu- 11 No Humbug! Liftoff Corns Doaant hurt a Wt to lift  corn or callua off with flnparaj. For a few cents you can g?t : small bottle of Hi-inagic !lrug ftenzone re-i-cntly iliscovered by a C'in tinnatl man. Just ask at any dnu: sitore for n small bottle of freezone. Apply a few-drops upon a tender, aching corn and instantly, yes. immediately, all soreness disappear* and shortly you will find the corn or callus so loose that you li't It out, root and all with the fingers. I .lust th'n!;! Not one bit of pain before applying freezone or ufterwards. It doesn't even Irritate the surrounding skin. Hard corns, soft corns or corns 01 twecn the toes, nl so hardened calluses on hottou) of feet, just �eem to shrivel up and fall off-without hurting a particle. It is almost magical. Ladies! Keep a tiny bottle on your dresser anil never let a corner callus achV twice-Advertisement. There has been a big demand for the new LINOLEUM Advertised at reduced prices We were very heavily stocked but have a complete assortment yet and offer these special prices for a few days. Printed linoleum, per yard.............871 2c New Process Linoleum, per yard...........75c Inlaid Linoleum, per yard.............$1.62% and.............................$1.75 Floor Oilcloth, per yard................ 621 2c ALL THE NEW PATTERNS ARE SHOWN. WE INVITE YOU TO CALL. C G. OLANDER 524 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH wonder what has become of our boast ' ed psychology, the logic of which would he that these mothers know as , many of these secrets as pnssihlo ( which seem to be the monopolized heritage of Kpeciallzalion. Modern democracy will increasingly demand that the repositories of specialised knowledge, mare possible by ; the people as a whole, be opened for the puhlic good rather thkn lor so much per hour. It will afso inform us that gowns both black and white is wonderful to amootben rough7red , a,p aH I'"**'"1'' of monopoly and des hands._Advertisement ' potism as the soldiers uniform. The M ,__\_ ' principle underlying broader education ! is that of educating the many and not the training of the few. Training is | ! not of necessity, educa.ion. We train ! dogs to trace the murderer, but they i are not educated, and are just as like- 1 j ly to devour the victim as to dlscov-I er and protect him. Some trained , 1 men have been accused of this lat'er ; ! procedure too. Specialization at its � Appendicitis Operations Not Always Necessary Internal Bathing Relieves the Cauae. Your physician will tell you that! worst means slavery, as its best sub-Appendicitis is an inflamed condition ' "�"��"�>� '* "� K�aJ /"�d>"i>� who are privilege.) to, Bl Evanalon atreet. Winnipeg, writes- 1,'i"'n ,ven th'' *'1,!�ipnlary principles "I had spent over fifty dollars with 11,1 ,1"'"' practical forml of the var-doctors trying to cure Appendicitis, i ""'� ,'riJf"' ''�">rP easily and surely Finally the doctor naid 1 muKt go toi1'*'" uP"n vocation in which nut tke hospital at once for an operation. : "ral lnrt'>nct will find its affinity. Your advertisement interested me. I ! Thl>; IH 'he aim and object of newer bought a "J. B. L. Cascade,' which S education as it must In the aspiration | relieved me at once, and am new com j �' r,"r inoderu in hool systems Th� pletely cured. Never felt better in my | educated full all too often not becansa Ufa; all pain and sorenesn gone1, and \ "r ,ll '"�k of aiulity but beiaiiHeihe\ I eat and sleep like a boy. I am grate- labor in spheres lotally unsiiited to ful to Dr. Tyrrell for this wonderful' 'hem. Hence to locate is of no less healta-givlng invention." j value than to cd-n-aie and teaching B per cent, of all human ills are|�t *""'" becomes an exalted task Wheu all the chasms have been bridged and our fondest dreams nil ; realized the individual out of place j will discord the whole system In-dlvlduullMii Is the most important I principle iu any bc-hnine for world Im , proveuieni. To neglect it is folly. To ignore it in fatal. cauaed by accumulated waste in ih").............................. Theatres (including moving picture houses) ................. Tenement or Apartment Houses, each family or occupant as a separate ................................................ EXTRAS TO BE ADDED TO FOREGOING RATES. 1st ..............1........ $ir..on .......>.'.............. ::.."iii ........................ coo ........................ -Till ...................... tl.Ot) ........................ 2.r.o ........................ s.oo ........................ 225 ........................ 1.25 ........................ �00 ........................ 1.2". .......................... 5.00 ...................... ft .(Ml !.H0)..... per horse kept Raths: Public.........................1........ Baths: Private: ... ,...........>.'.............. I'riiiuls: Puhlic................................. t'riiials: Private................................. Water Closets: Public.......................... Water Clooets: Private........................... Wash Basins: Public.............................. Wash Basins: Private.............................. Laundry Tubs.................................. Slop Sinks: Hotels.............................. Slop Sinks: Domestic.............................. Offices.....:..................................... Automobiles................................. Steam or Gas Kngllnes, running not over 10 hours per day per HI', per annum............................ 1st Tap $ 4S.nn 24.00 24.0U 120.0U 20.00 24.00 4S mi 24.ihi ^4 no I-Von 24.ihi 21.00 fiS.on 15.00 21.01) :tn.nn Ja.no 10 on lllft.Oil Go.o'i 2 "ill fi.Oi', 1.00 120.00 124.ni> 24.0U K.On (Vll'l 12o. OJ 2 4.OU Inn nn 4S.no Iirid.iMi 24.00 :',ii.on 12o.no ls.no .".nil 5. nn 7.50 4S.no 15.00 2nd t*i no 2 nil rt.nii 1.00 ."..fill l.llll lino l.oit 200 2.00 2.50 ALL WATER RATES ARE PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ON THE 25TH DAYS OF JANUARY, APRIL, JULY AND OCTOBER OF EACH YEAR. A DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT. (10%* ON ALL PAYMENTS MADE ON OR BEFORE ABOVE DATES, IS ALLOWED. SCHEDULE "B"-WATER METER RATES First ...... Next...... Next....... Next..... Next...... Next...... Next...... Next..... Next..... Next..... Next..... Next...... Next ... . I. Next...... Next.................. Next................... Next.................. Next.................. Next.................. Next.................. Next..............' Next.................. Next.................. Tho Minimum charge to I'llit' Total Rate per irnit Total Gallon.i Gallons 1000 Gals. Charge Charge 2.50 5,000 5,000 .50 2.50 5.000 1 (>,> 15,(M .15 2.25 4.75 5.000 .ill 2.00 6.75 5,000 20,000 .r.x 1 90 s.cr. 5,000 25,000 M 1.S0 10.45 10,000 25,000 .31 340 13.8.1 10,04)1) 45,000 ,:)2 3.S0 17.01 10.000 55,000 .30 3.00 20.05 10,000 tia.OOO .2S 2.80 22.S5 10,000 75,000 .2�i 2.60 26.45 25.000 100 000 .24 6.00 31.45 25,000 125.000 .22 5.50 30.95 25.000 150,000 .20 / 5.00 41.95 25,000 175,000 .IS 4.75 4H.70 50,000 225,000 .IS 9.00 55.70 75,000 200,000 .17 12.75 (iH.45 100,000 400,000 .1(1 16.00 84.45 100,000 500,000 .15 15.00 99.45 250,000 750.000 .14 35.00 134.45 500,000 1,250.000 .nVs 07.5(1 201.95 750.000 2,000,000 .13 1)7.50 299.45 1,000,000 3,000,000 12',i 125.0(1 424 45 2,000,000 5,000,000 .12 240.00 684.45 SCHEDULE "C"-BUILDING PURPOSES Per 1000 Bricks or less..................................... Mr. Cord of Stone or Less.................................... 20c. 100 Square Yards Plastering or less........................... 50c Cubic Yard of Concrete or less.........^.................... 15o All estimate* to be made by Contractor or owner taking out Building Permit, and charges to be paid by same iu advance uuuject to Lulldins Inspector's approval. SCHEDULE "D"-STORES From 1 to 1000 Square feet................................. $10.00 Fiom 1400 to 2000 square feet........................... 20.00 From 2000 to 3000 Bquare feet............................ 26.00 From 3000 to 4000 square feet........................... 30.00 From 4000 to M00 square feet........................... 3|.00 With or without a tap. From 6000 to 6000 square feet.............................. 40.00 From 6000 to 7000 square feet.............................. 46.00 From 7000 to 10000 squuro feet......V....................... 60.00 Monthly rate for water delivery ............................f2.00 per otontB ;