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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 MJU8UAS, APHUi 8, 1920 I It will stand Cor Dialer as 'well, as summer. Tbe Bi'horl Cadet Shooting competi- tion that begaa In February now. stands us follows: Uronit Silver Gold Medal. Medal. Medal. 10 10 10 10 To it or Not is a Quea- Are Raided medal In the last of the Tatur J. B. ft Co., have jlven'for benefit of Mr. Paul HoagHn, a list ol prices on certain sUpte groceries" is compared with T. x Eaton's Thwe show a balance In Iivor of local Institution. That Is the bast way to meet competition. gVtd that Mr. JetteJs able to (o T; Eaton one better, Mrs. Bjrtle ol Crefk, who has been vIMttu; Mrs; "OTjr tin EuUr holidays, refuroed OB Tuesday morning. While In Mrs. Blrclo was eoteruinsd dsx CHARLOTTETOWN, P. B. I Itcbliturt 'ia op- at w by Hit. H ened by the new llcutenant- EOTeruor, Hon. Murdoch SlcKbnon. H wis tio first session since a of torerniaent- The lieuten- ant KoieraorVtpeecn, after to the'sireIng of the peace treaty, tha visit of the Prince of Wales last sum- mar and tha unprecedented prosperity enjoyed by the province last year, fonahadawed the following measures: Bills" id Iccrease the-teachers' sal- to' fund the provincial debt; to Uke adraotase of the federal govern- BMt'i 'nint under tha Highways Act, tit .10 licreiie the revenue by levy- ing an equitable system of taxation and to supply tbe Ihlrljr per cent, re- quired from the province, In order to secure the tf'Jaral- forty per cent, for -Js. 'i !s proposed to the automobile license fees. When the last housi'dissolved the Conservatives had a rnijorl'.y of six. Today the parties etand: Liberals, 2 Conservatives. 5. A Ihrse-year old baby was sold by May Crosslin, colored woman, of Cal- gary, to Addle another ue- gress, for Jl-00. ALBERTA APPEAL CASE RESULTS 4. OTTAWA, prll the supreme court today judgment was rendered In the following appeals: Alberta: Simpson vs Taskcr-S'.rop- eon Grata t'ompany; appeal allowed with costs throughout, and the count- er claim dismissed with coats. Mr. Justice Idington would limit the It allowed, to the cointry. elevator branch of the grata business from J25.1S3 to tbo date when the corporate company look over the bus- iness. (Froiii Our Owa Correspondent) April Monday, J.Iarch 28th at 8 p.m., the Town Conn- til met In the council chambers, those present being: Mayor Vlefcwy, and Councillors M. B. Kqberts, Harris and i-aterson.. A rebate- of on ISTM was maile to Mr. 1. Wxo" at Winnipeg, a returned" soldier, 6.. condition that tha balance bo paid by July Mr. T: C. Hobbs' offer of JGO.Oft'.for lot S3, plan 254C T, was accepted, sub- ject tc. approval of minister snd pay- ment of twea for 1920. .-'7ho'insurance on the town tank was renewed for three years, An account of the Lands title's Of- fice for {49.60 for searches made by F. Russoll, was passed. Tho salary of the secretary-treas- urer, ras ''.Increased to per annum anil those of the .Chief of ybllco, the constable and the town solicitor to jVStiO, aMI (SOO spectlrcly. All Increases dating from April let. Arrangements were made to organ- ize a TOlur.teer fire brigade, the iBera- hers of which are to bo paid per year on condition that they at- tend lire practices and fire calls. School Board Estimates The following estimates for 1920 by the. School Board was presented: Principal Interest coupons 14037.00 Interest on deferred payments 150.00 Administrative' Secretary Treasurer's salary 2BO.UO Stationary and printing 60.00 Dank interest ,320.00 Attendance Officer's salary 16.0.00 Insurance......... 747.00 ..Caretakers 1650.00 Teachers' and general class- rooms J................ 1320.05 Carelaker-and cleaning.....130.00 Fuel and Light ............i 3000.00, roplacements and renovating .............I 3000.00 Sundry accounts payable 500.00 Total.............; ...J2S.904.00 LcKa government grant; esti- mated Total required for operating 'schools 26000.00 .Owed to bank on note..... .4000.00 Gr.ind' total JSOJWO.OO The estimates for the town for'1920 were then considered. Councillor Hourigan reported for the Hdhpltal Committee, and among things recommended that the municipal coun- cils adjoining the town be approached with a view to forming a municipal hosplial. district. The report was re- ceived after which, the ad- journed. The "To be or not to -thai Is question that Is now.violently agitat- iiig the breasts'of tlia venerable Ham- lets on our '.own council. Hospital or no hospital J Naturally they recoil death .the ch.iliV'they have suckled and dandled 'on 'their knee. But this infant has grown BO lusty and voracious end fe'erl has be- come so scarce that there is -danger of the rapacious youngster .turning and rending who liavo'matured him.- Better that one die tbr.h all ths rfcfit should perish. Our institution In fact. Is. Buffering from a plethora popularity. Our Mcellpnt doctors and nurses have so advertised It that it has become the mccca for the sick and afflicted for miles around. They return homo heat cd and sounding the praises of the hos- pital, but alas, in many cases unable to inflet their hospital fees. Thin, on top or mounticg salaries and tbe Dotr- ing cost of all food stiittA and sup- plies, Is becoming very embarrassing to the weary Titans who .have'.been standing under and who square wlili the butcher, the baker and candle-stick maker. It js some melancholy comfort to learn that 1'lncher Creek and, several other placei are'in the same (iredlra- menl. But this does not pay monthly deficits. Unless therefore the rural municipalities adjacent to Tabsrlhat are reaping nine-tenths of the In-fiifil from the hospital, are toj shoulder a fair share of the respond-] hiiity of maintaining this institution its doors must close. That this would be a calamity none know better than the many from the country districts whom the hospital has served during the pnst three ycaiS. The .building nould bo sold for a substantial sum or titled up ns a Teachers' residence and the deficits saved would fioon put our streets in first-class shape, nnd build a public library or community hall, lint these benefits would not com- ponsale the countryside for the loss of the hospital. We have been face to face during thti past year with the anomaly ul teachers passing up our imposing nnd excellently equipped town school for Hie match-box variety in the country wilds. Tho place on the hospital a Miss Evans, who left last week, hag been taken by Nurse Henderson, who arrived last Friday from Owen Sound Miss Hace and Miss Johnston, boll from ImllnEia, are the lo the Tabcr School Staff, Kitalgn Moo and Lleul. Batlerby o Ite yalvnllon Army left Monday ev fining for Macleod lo assist In spec fal services there this week. The cirly closing Wei ncsdny afternoons throughout lh summer meets with (he approval o all reasonable pcoiilu and It Is hope A DOMINIC I -w "I i I.' r. 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