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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL C, 1920 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY UKRA'-D PAGE 1IN1Y-HOTS ''rovincial Government Centralizes Control Real Estate Agents in Province- Hail Insurance Discussed. {Special to -The Herald) 'EDMONTON', April Iptftslalion whereby tho provincial lulh'.ics board is given absolute con- Ire! over all subdivisions of real es- filo In tUe future was enacted Tues- day'm or jilag by the legislature. The l.ouic. with brief discussion, pasted :t clause through committee of the whole amending section 2 of the acl i-espi-cting subdivisions so that. the remission of the public utilities 'hoard would uavo lo'be obtained be fore such subdivision can be made and jftaccd on the market. The owner must satisfy the "board thal'tbo land will or may. ressoa'ably be expected to bo required for building, purposes within a reasonable period of time. v Hail Insurance 1A proposal- to. permit'laud owners In linorga'nized territory to bring themselves within the provisions of the Provincial Hail Insurance Act was out of the statute law amend .raeuts-by'tho. house'Tuesday morning This amendment followed tho lines of made by the U. F. A. tan ventlbti; hvt Hon. A1, G. SlncKa'y, niin later 'of health' anil municipal affairs 'to tho advice am" 11 In Mmnnton or Calgary at least five ,ays prior-to the date of shipping, nspectors will then be sent to tho loiut of shipment to intrscl cattle, and Mr. Marshall said that the de- tartment would get them on the job it .'Once, regardless ol the flvfrday Ime limit given. Repeals Driig a discussion, by an over- _ aye'and nay-vote, {lie house in committee pf lie whole fmonihig billed the legislation -ilast- year .which! compelled. off Incorporated as companies In'Alberia. to have tie registered drug- gist; In charge own ol per cent, of the 5'The repeal of the last year amend- ment' settles the, threatened .legal fight the 'prorince of Alberta and companies like the IJgeet, Findlay Dr.ug Company and the Hudson's Bay Company. The 'libuse repealed the last Jegis- latlori' an amendment 'offered, by J. Turgeon !-Jlib- stone. -Mr. Turgeon oifered an amend meiit to repeal1 the 51 neF.cent, stock 'ownership, legislation ajs an amecS-' inent' to another which had'previously services muni- cipal or people hare M.sacfci protection, they are absolutely merer ot tbe headi ot sjowrumenU. fi toe valuable tor me to UM to this bat 1 would like for ioni' to attempt sfcow the to Ueu, ot or onwsh'P of Industries or utilities, over tkt'Mme bting ly truly, SIR WM. R. ROBKRTSON Gen. Sir WlllUm R. RobtTtion. former Chief of tie Staff, who lias been made a Marshal, according to the DtUy owned and by a private cer-; poration. The excess, cost of a municipal or government owned arid operated in- or utility, over that of the sime owned and operated by a private cor-, pofatlon, will pile up a profit for the corporation. A corporation operates under a franchise in which the people Population 1, are WARSAW. it humtting .with war iud'lt erowdM'to I U very with hordes of powsy-ilrlckra retuctet from the tor, which the Polei and BobhOTiU TrtrelUri It I> the crowded city In eutem Europe. TThe population 1> ei; limited to hire- increased frora SW.- 000 to jlnce the be- gan. tbere are and HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Gillett's KM long a Hold ol fact that it in many iatlcfactory In rwpect that no woman that can without It Makes the kind of for waging and cleansing. One can of Gillette Lye will of good soap in ininuiM. Many of its uses are shown in booklet under the label, "GILIXTTS LYE EATS DIRT" In Canada. war IS'to EO.ptrsons, aad more, women'and children- died by trawled struts ail day tn4 moat on- a basement floor, atraw. hundreds every day la this land ot tie of nfchi. The cafe Is u krjjht Others hare found sielter tn stabies ui H but mtorants or Ift'bjmiings. Intended for CUy otltcials see no IB tad theater. at 10 p.m. I are women, S11" lliht and labor. The of they the will from ti. arws Use eaiVVirtnilly wtthout fund.. Dnr- gUi iMTiDg for the oonntry to work on Into the city, about a year jtcOt hare been. ever since, hoplnf to find food arid P.'K-'f to deep- Tbe problem of providing for them has battled the city offic- ial! In'tbe poorer basements, ing tbo people are partly supplied lood by'lke miinlcipal- H jr or sprag'.of th e welfare organ lia- tlons. Many exist only.. by. tegglng. always, crowd- ed New rork'a east side baa been for yearn, arVjammed with humanity n are protected from excessive charges MUHijry anlomcfclleB, trtct-refuew1 which (or were used tor sever before, and during tbe severe ilbns-e.purposes bare been used for! winter weather'when there was ah ept- Tn. flomjo and IN LIKE CONDITION car goes tironfh without why I boarded It. I'm in the Barns predicament my Belt wish of the provincial hail tesrd. be'a'n by. W. M. Davidson Tlie voiced by North Mr. Okotoks. and James Wol'r. Nanton.-'was the shouldering of J JOSEUS incurred in such unorganized territory upqn tile Organized mnnicl- pallttos who would be nnablc-to pro- i tliemEelves. Strong objection to the complete do- 1 ins away.with all inspeclijm brcatlle by'lccarinspc'cioTs under amen'dments 10. A9t. were voiced' in the 'Icglslalu're, 6llifn'g'_as con'mittee of the whole, Tuesday mcrninB' hy A; W. Hbbef, Vermilion, i Moil' pjjiican ''Marshnll. .luinister of defended the amendments which provide for a cen- tralizcd system--'of Inspection; by in- spectors of department. Shspictipri'Feis. The taril' of fees for.tbcse jdepart- menial inspectors. under. tho L ueiv amendrj.duts >vlil be as "For irispe'clion 'any 5 point, outside the' province from Cal gary.'lo five'cents-'per.head J-'or.iJigpe'cticn.befor'e shipment tb'poin outside the province poin other, than-the clties-of 'Calgn.ty and on: proposed. that the_ enactment of as't year be amended so that it would not apply to incorporated drug "com- tanles whl.cb were already, in business it tiie time last year's leglslatioiTwas other words, to remove the feature of last year's .leels- ation'., Kdmonton. twenty-five cents pc lieail. For. inspection .before .leaving A SUOGtsnOri Editor Herald: .-your kind 'permisalon'I vfill'mtike a suggestion or two through 'of your'paper for Ilia 'consideration'of the city.comnfisslon crs and Uie taxpayers of Lethbridge Before doing so, I desire to make ,a few coniinents'on the'form of.- citv government' proposed by 'the niayo" 'sorao tlmo ago. There seems to-r-hc a mistaken Idea In'the minds ot a few. to .nny point outsit tlie the disinterested f attitude evinced by the people in nut. "Uitude evmcf.d.by te peo Dpectfon-m'ilaughter 1 I ,n l or any place where livestock is being held for.feed, ten cents per head." 'J- There is no or .charge for cattle shipped within the prov- ince. The act provides that appllca- tlon for Inspection iuust--be :rna'de "in writing to> tbo-.livestock commission- er, department of agriculture, Edmpn- a! special inspcctor.of-stock Women MadeYoiihg Ijers'at tf meeting cailed by'the mayor a short Ume.aga, to listen to the, ar Kumehts supporting a change in lUo Tonn''of' Hie city "government, '-The Idea seems to le provalent in sorao quarters that tlie absence of the peo- ple at this meeting indicated that they were satisfied, with the prescntiform ot clly governineiit. 3? been ablo to ,lhe .people were not" Interested (n making a change to the form of.clty governraenl .proposed mayor, and'did not attend the meeting because they; had no .longing to.listen to arguments in Tho mayor" hail an outline i of the proposed government published in'the Herald some Uine ago, and des ignated it as a managerial typo of city government, but in reality, it would he an ablolule monarchial govern- ment, ot which the monarch would re- ceivo a salary of per year, and Lddllion, a considerable sum for COLD MEDAL cnsmlcs of lifo ond looks. Jn use dim 1696. At all druggists, 50c. bor. Erighl eyes, a plear skin body full of yoaih and health be youra if you will keep your eystem in order by regularly taking ana entertainment and Was to have-n closed -_ on the throne of the proposed govern- rapnt for the five years; the other two members of our present if used at.all in lie prc- posed government, to be strlp- ft-pcd'of their governmental authority, :j and the game transferred to the mon- 1 a'rcb, IJlcir part in "the proposed gov- ernment would bo to set as buffers between tbe people, the Editor of the Herald, the attorney general and Sup- erintendent QCuddy on the one side, and the ruonnrch on the other, part of the buffers duties .would be to re- movo' the thorns -contained1 In com- plnlnls, censures or attacks on the monarch, coming from these sources, j lieforo presenting them to him for con- sideration. In the outline of the pro- posed government, no mention .was j made of salaries for the two BUI '1l 's evident that the mayor intended 'to assume tho part of monarch; and i did not intend that the positions of I i monarch and buffer would be Inter- tl IlllUltkill changeable, otherwise the buffers sal- lit, mj nrlc3 in the draft o! the proposed govern- ment It Is supposed that it waa con' siderud that the dignity attached to their position vonld bo sufficient com- pensation for theni to act as buffers, without salaries. It was to escape the torture of list- ening to the advocacy of tlie of this .type pf. government that tho people absented themselves from the meeting called by tho mayor. My suggestion Is that Ihs utilities which the city la trying to own and operate be sold to a. private company or corporation, which Includes tbo street car system, electric light plant, water works syttom, Henderson park, and'the'city mines, and the pro- ceeds of the sale be applied to reduce thei Indebtedness ol tho city, this would reduce the heavy burden of ftllon which Is Increasing and growing more intolerable to the taxpayers'each year, and will continue to Increase t and grow more burdensome under I municipal ownership; the municipal i owned utilities are not paying operat- Ing expenses, the deficit, and their or- 1 iglnal cost must be met by tho lion of property within the city. The I taxpayers or tbo cf those util- ities aro paying at ranch for services lurnfshcd, as If these utilities were- Columbia READY CUT MACARONI THE MEAT OF THE WHEAT MAOEJN LETHBR1DGE BOT Spring of the oil tempered double apiraltj mounted on a frame and with knyy Isyeri of I cotton felt. Ftniititd with roll edte'aad wttn me tkkini. How Simmons Springs are Built for Sleep has a very' definite idea of the comfort she expects the springs of her beds to'give" herself and her farryly.. She knows, how seldom .her expectations are realized in half dozen important points. Now the remarkable thing is that these Simmons Springs- actually; do what ;you have the right to. expect a spring to And that they cost you if any ..more than the ordinary can see these -remarkable bed springs in the stores of the merchants who'are displaying the pharming new Simmons designs in'Steel Beds, orass Beds and Cribs. ONG ago, Limited realized that spring is quite, as, essential to sleep! g6od'bed. Simmons Springs are built.for sltep, This "Waldorf" Box Spring; for A spring! Taut but never slack. A spring so designed and Constructed that it makes a resilient founda- tion for the mattress. A spring that gives tq the contours of the the spine and muscles in .any sleeping, vite's relaxation and promotes natural, restful A spring that fits four-square and firm on the does, not creak, knock or rattle. Simmons Springs are designed on scientific built right. Where your ordinary spring is made of tinned fabric, apt to rust and stain the Springs arc finished in rustproof qualities. See a .Simmons Spring in with a group of various makes and your eye will pick it out immediately by the sturdy look........ You will note its smooth corners or loose ends to tear the bed- ding. the leading stores in the city carry Simmons' Beds, Springs, Mattresses and for sleep by Simmons Limited. you any trouble finding them, a post card to us will bring you the names of Simmons merchants near you. Sleep is a tig jvtjeclf vs for tlie baokltl, "What Leading Medical tnd HtM Migmines Sky About Separate Bedt and Sound SUep." Free of cktuft. VANCOUVER SIMMONS LIMITED ;