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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SAtniDAY, AUC.l'ST 28, 1020 .THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Jj tl'pniipueu from pago-ll.) V electrjcV (IjilU-jpfaot Installed.1, the building'.w'ss'reao lalelj? 'additional 'fc.alld- iitg been glitch a thus xta'tfsrt- the orltluiil buiidlns ia' ten- fuslitutfou. 'f he' .rocru fitted, with full-Viinlpnioat for isxciy class cf operation and the bath- rooms and. lavatories, were made'as modern as aay city hospital. This cost .ih'e sum ot three thousand dollars. iMIsa K. Brlghty, one of Ihe-molt eiici.'eesf'il siiperintenileiits of the province Is In charge and she.'Avllh Su Held, a graduate nurso and a staff of two one with special obstetrical training, nd- .minister to the needs of the district. There licvp been of Alberta torn in thSgiS- trlct since, November, lu. and .dot; of ilie hospital and not a mother has. been lost. Indeed'it Is theliroud record of Municipal llosplijls' of Alberta that to dale there lua-.' upcii n jiipibej. ori child .lost .Ij fonllncnxijnt'caia! there nave to the end 1302 hospital days and tbe hospital has never veeii without a case, wliiio there have boon at limes as many as nine patients In at once. Uul tills Is not. ail the work ot Miss Drighty and her assistants. There aro four .Ffnt Aid stations in the. four fnrllierffcorhers'bf and there have'-.lu' be One Iwoiity-qlelit made and, sorao 'of th boarO acd la au improvement diBlrk-t. vihero their ia no municipal organl- ttiloa, It neoesury that the, mm- later appoint a meinter' choteii from Ihe'raloyitjers of (111 locality. "The may alro appoint members Is the selection or a ette. II there la any .rcgardic? the ce'loclloH of a site.. tn'emy- five ratepayers within lh.e, hospital district, may appeal to Thl9_ Public Utility comraiEsloners they- face difficulty of securing where munklualilloc have failed to appoint one, cr refuse to Jo co. In municipalities, hospital board meai- ten must ie elected at tha next reg- ular election, after ttie ratification of .he scheme, but- In Improvement dls- Iriel? the minister appoints the- board members anuuxlly. 'Preparation of a.Scheme. The board, thai) .meets at, a and phicq called by. an official named 'rom unions the members of the >oard nud they have, now but one diilj- :o perform .aud Is to prepared a scheme. j The first problem that confronts payers appeal board if dlsiatlsfled as-to Ihe apportionment providlije is made reftlBemect ot'ltie V i oard may' theu'do one of thrsc things. Toey miy'build a'new build- iile uunual psvl ed area. Having prepared iho sxhsiue same Is forwar' ol 10 the mluitter ror l.hji bulos oli files a (late'for tUe if a vole aiid mines Of return. officers. No srt-eiao ts ratified unleEs (arrlod. by a two-thirds major- ity of Iho total voiji cast. Flnancinn Hospitals The board shall m ratification of the scheme divide the amtiunt of cap- ing, rent in aml mainteiiancu cspeudltu ing, or eater Into an agieenieut with j amone the included areas. the of an.already eilsting hoa-l loat Edurco. k-assicj of a -bylaw lu thb effect, ana In this stueiue IJiey must also pre- suet a bylaw aas bee-i passed pare a schedule.qf fees to be charged to earn- lor hoiyltal eerylces; an estlniatc _of a rate of Krealer. than S T.'ith Muulc, V-, uul the -.of railie by Jlssuo S facts and I 'Municipal'Hospital Scheme Ratified No of Beds Ma'nnrilla J-'.. -j'..'- 10" nner.ilius. IS Operating. llannrino j -i.....'.. i> 1915 3.191S e IS 1S Bassano Qnoway 1919 1919 ...................--T919 1910 1919 LloydmlnBlcr" 1919 Debejitures ii'f Amount Term L...... 20 J uilir. 1 uib eil- ;ls .a new v known to .'investors..' -Id Iheiomlng known and it Is fonmtrOiXt Ihoro is IS Operating. j o( sefVuriljyiakcn up uiore, reid' Operating, July 15th. 12 Operating. novernnicnt blsiilslance to these, h'o'sfofniallun of tho projiosed district will j not Jeopardize tha people oiilslde the! proiiOECil district from' forming aopar- nU: itistrlols Dart of ollicr-hospKnl ilistriotE. Iho 'minister may calabllBh the hospital district, (ovoreil ami cle- by the The provWcs thot the minister may t-ptr.bUsh a Municipal llnspllal district on Tecqlpl nf ptlition.i from oiich coijtrlbiUinK (h) tivirily'five roleddycrs-ill ira'ch Includ- ed urea Ir) or tlio coun- cil en' of ono more hi-! ,-ireie rmil 'nit- the otln-r includeil nrcas, Aflcr cslaljlirhlog a district >icfbre illjesl.iblli.'i Iho K.TII.'P. or iii.iy; ciiuc3 tlie 'or v-iiry tho nred Incluilcil In tliK ilintrict without Ihc ncllljon. i Formation' of the Board VA'licn (He (lislriu is eplKlilifilicfl (fin llluLlcr (Kith ojalrlbutlu; W lo FS for nugliy Ufeli'iEt r v vX- C- roHKli ia 1SOO.- Ho u 'id'oft -3 bat ill Oxford, bin iiot-a rcpiai-keb'le j SCOTTISH. FOGTfJALl. one. Ho ttnVri up'iiis position amnns leading balsmcn ill u-h.-fn he v made 130 for MidcllcEex axuiusl York-j shire. -Mr. W.IH on. Aug. CanaJlan f.vn Idiglish teams In Australia, 1003-4 Associated EOCCCJ u-.nl 191102, both of which won the I results were: OLD COUNTRY CRICKET.- LONDON, Aus. Canadian Associated J1. Warner, one of the most noted cricketers in Kng- land, played his last he cnplalucd the sex team against Surrey. Mr. Warner first came into prominence when "lie rubber games. Tlie highest score made, by Warner inta lilg match was Ills 211 for England against Warwick- shire (champion county of the jern-i in 1911. Warner played when bis I heutlh not gooil for years and fre- quently he scored bis fifty when he was not really in condition to play at all. He is 47 years old. Port Perry tax rale for ting year will be 20 mills. Scottish League' Aberdeen 1> Celtic Alrdrlc 5; Albion 1. Clyde 0; Morton 0.' Dumbarton 1; Dundee Kalklrl: 3; ClyachanV 1. Hearts of Tilldlolliian 5; Hibs 1. Ktlmarnock J; Rangers 2. Molhcrvccll 2; Hamilton 0. Par-tick'Thistle. 3; Ralth Rov. 1. St. Mirren I, Queens 2. Lanark o. Ayr' 1. scheme. It was opened last (jctober. IF you would be sure of the sweetest, freshest, most tpolhsomely toasted corn flakes, ahvays identify our big com flakss factory at London, Ontario, with .the package your are purchasing. The package is plainly marked "Mads in Canada" and "London, and you never be disappointed if you ask your grocer to give you the Kelicgg's. Our constantly production of corn flakes, first offered 14 years ago, arid eaten 'every year with increasing appreciation, shows that no deception, no imitating of "cheaper" r.o "try no "just as good" variety can over- come ihe consistent reputation, of the original i.'altss. Our duty to the ,consumer )3 to provicls a constant reminder of the marks on the package that identify the in Canada" and "London, Ontario" (printed in red across the face of the nitKOOI T.'iiS SliJIATLT.: ;