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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEPNESpAY, DECEMBER 11, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TITREE THA#SON^IN-I^AW OF PA'S > Paeami3'tn|i MeKtlon The Ho-.-a'.hy�iciBiJ� uaoug itlruggistj artd palitfiils liaj rova�Icd,the met thai thcro are thousand) ot peopJls tkking iron wfjo do^jiot distinguish batwten or-�axiic iron and metallic Iron, and that sucli persons often fail to obtain the vital energy, Urcngth nntl en-iSuranee which lliey seek, simply because tlicy Jiave tafccn the wrong form of iron. Therefore, physicians mentioned belons advise I hose who' /eel Ilic need of a � t r e n s t h and l)Iood| bi-.ilder to |0 to their fan-Jlj- docto.'a antJ cblain u.prescnn-tion catitnt; for or- � catiic iron--N�x- ' Mtil' Iron-and present this to '.their, druggist 50 that iliore may be jio r'fslion a!)out obtaining- the proper srliclc. But if they and'2, B. OALOABY, Dec. 10.-IpstrucUonB' H. Young and Son; 3, Sam Jbnesi I wore rooeived by Ipeiu mlUtaiy antb- Pullet-1 and 2, B. H, Young and Son, ! orttlss today to proosed �t once with De Winton. !the discharge of soldiers who are on ! Black Leghorn Cock-1, Graham 'conditional leave of abaenoe. No Bros., Edmonton; 2, McKellar; 3, C. time will be lost In retiirnlng these F.Htll, Strathmoro. Hen-1, Graham . men again to^-olvlllan Ufo. 1 Bros.; 2 and 3, C. P. Hill. Cockerel The dteohaiee ot SoliMers In tha 1. Graham Bros.; 2, C. P. HllL Pul-Depot Battalion U also' *elng iaiildly let-1, Graham Bros.; 2. C. F. Hill; 13, Geo. J. Frache. All awards to B. H. Young and Son,! ua tell yon all aibout it. We take Vic- aubstitntea for itreliitooidcaSiJn the public i oopot Bstuuion u aiM neing rapioiy ptlng- aubstltutes in medieities ;-proceeded, wttb, and slrssdr betweoB "is"'' jYt" , SCO and 400 have been d^alt with. At ,r Nu�ated Irott, which, instead ; . ,, T,^.v t^,i,n.^, .u, more of being organic iron may. be-nolbina!) than a nietaUic-Iron compound whloh may in'Some cases pr'oquce more harm than good, Th� wldtaprenU publication of the atjove in-lormidon, hai been Buggesled by Dr. James / Trancia Sulllvani fdrmerly physician of Belle-i/ vue-Hospital (OUtdaor Dept.), New York, and the .Westchester County hospital! Dr. Ferdinand King, New York Pliyfictan and Medical Author and others, so that the pub. lie ihay Ije informed on this subject and protected from (he.use of metallic iron under the delusion that it is Nuxated Iron or at least something as good as Nuxated It is aurprisinj how many people auflfer from iron deficiency anadd not kndw it II you are not 'strong or well, you owe it to Vourself to .make the following teat; See how can'work or how far you can walk without baoomlnf tired. Next taka two five-grain tablets of Nuxated Iron thres times per'day after meala for two weeks. Then teat,your^strenadi and aee how much you have gained. Uan' IT" the end ot last month, laclndtog the men that were on leave tor"rarlons reasons, there ware abont S,900 men on the ftrsnrtli of tlia Depot BattsUou. MILLERS' CC^FEReNCE TORONTO, Deo. 10.-^Representa-of 70 promlnenf^Uing plants In different parts ot the Domiaton today, at a conference held at the Toronto board of tradb, announced that there would be no ahortace of flour this year. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE FELL OVER BALCONY OF CALQARY THEATRE CALQARY, Dec. II^Apparpnt-ent!/ having fallen over the lisl-oony, the body of an unldsntlfled, tory Bonds the same as cash. HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL 308 Second Avenue south. 300-0 ALL THE HEMPHILL TRADE SCHOOLS WILL REMAIN OPEN DURING CHRISTMAS WEEK. WILL CLOSE ONLY ON CHRISTMAS AND NEW. YEAR'S DAY. 304-1 IXiiraON, Deo. 10-Count Karclyi, lufacturira' Not�:-Nurat,d. T�n, whieh i. \ ^^'', took a pronjinent part In'the re-'arid rmcimin�t!d�a'aboT�bTph�aiciana! cent proclamation Of a Hungarian ro-i'nolS'to ^uS',i.r**&ntik?tre%Td.r*inM j pubUc,,l9 reported. In a Budape.":�'.i' .?r, Pi^tch, to have attempted suicide Jn Inlura tha tooth, laske them lilack apr upset tha Htomaeh. The manufaetutcra fuaxante* aucceaatul and BiUrelv SBMsfnotory. renilta to ewry rurchawf despair of liia efforts to~~reconstruct Hungary, says a Central: News Agency dispatch from Amsterdani. HOW MANY YARDS OF 8ILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rjrlands ft Co. are giving away a Pur Coat worth 1180.00 Free for the nearest estimate. Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon with every sale of ^1.00 or over. NO CLUMSY MOTHER HUBBARO.SHOE IS"CUMPACT.,'WlNOHfiOOr'AND COSY tth ctf tfr D on a I ci si n PROPOSED SAILINGS From Portland, Mo^ Oe'o. 2S ...PANNONIA... London Dec. 28>COMMONWEALTH .................... Glasgow From New York-Dec. 21 .DERBYSHIRE. Liverpool Dee. 23 .. .CARONIA... Liverpool Dec. 24 ...SAXONIA.,. Liverpool Dec. 24 ..CARMANIA.. Liverpool Dec. 31 ...OROUNA... Liverppol Oec. 2S' . ...ORIANA.,.. Glaegow Purchase Prepaid Tickets now for Relatives and Friends to ensure prompt sailing. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all inforn^atlon apply to any of our Agents, or, r'.to .Company's Office,, . SCOTT BLK.'; 2irO MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. CAROSTON POOSPITAI Notice to Ratepayers In accordance with the terms ot the Municipal Hospital Act, petitions were received on July 25 by the minister of public health at Edmonton asking for the creation of a municipal hospital district Including the territory described below. Complying with these petitions, the minister of public health established the Cardston .municipal hospital district - on July 29, Following the establishment of the district the municipal councils in the said district, in accordance with the terms of the act, duly appointed a hospital [board to prepare a scheme for the building and operating of a hospital in the said district. , The hospital board met and prepared the scheme outlined below. This scheme is now, under the direction of the minister of public health, to be advertised thrbughout the said district for a period of fourteen days, following which, providing all other ! conditions have been complied with, the scheme will be finally approved, and a date fixed, not exceeding thirty days. fi-om the date, of such approval, upon which the ratepayers of the said district will be called upon to vote for the adoption or rejection of the said scheme. The territory included in the hospital district is as follows:................. fa) "Town of Cardston. (b) Improvement District No. 8. (c) Improvement District No. 9. (dl Municipal District No. 10 (east V of Waterton river), (e) Improvement District No. 38 .'(Township 4, Ranges 22, 23 and 24, and all- that portion of Township 5, Range 24, east of j St. Mary's river). The hospital scheme submitted by the board upon which the ratepayers will be asked to votejs as follows: 1.-To purchase the already existing Cardston hospital from the Cardston Hospital, ' Limited, for the sum ot ?6,500.00, to include land, buildings and egmpment, and to Improve same to meet the requirements of the district. 2.-The location of the hospital to be in the town of Cardston. 3.-To Bupplement the revenue derived from taxation by a schedule of fees, as under: Bona fide ratepayers, and members of his or her family, and female domestic help, $1.00 per hospital day. All resident non-ratepayers upon the payment of the sum of J4.80. to the hospital board within three months from the date, of adoption of this scheme, and annually  thereafter, such.-payment to be made on or before the / first day of March, shall be entitled to the same rate per hospital day as ratepayers. Operating room tree to ratepayers and resident non-ratepayers paying tlie above amount. Nonresidents, $3.00 per hospital day. Operating room charges, $2.00 for minor, and $5.00 for major operations. 4.-To create a debenture indebtedness of ?12,500.00. Ten-year debentures, repayment plan, 7 per cent, interest. G.-To repay debentures 10 per cent, principal each year with accrued interest, or equal annual payments of principal and interest. 6.-ESTIMATED REVENUE. Hospital fees from patients.? 1,520.00 Collection from non-ratepayers ...... 480.00 )i Government grant...... 500.00 Assessment ----17,415,81 -$19,915.81  ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE. Capital Account. Debenture principal........$ 1,250.00 Interest ...... 875.00 Maintenance. Staff .........$ 4,000,00 Drugs and dressings ....... 1,250.00 Fuel and Light 400.00 Supplier ...... 2,600.00 Secre.tary's salary, stationery, etc. ...... 250.00 Bank itterest .. 200.00 Organization expenses ..... 200.00 Sundrtes ... .. 550.00 , Insurance ..... 250.00 . Non-collection of Taxes....... 8,090.81 -$19,915.81 DISTRIBUTION OP CAPITAL AND MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES Improvement District No! 8, 180,185 acres at ?c ...... .$ 5,585.55 Improvement District No, 0. 4,984.62 166,154 acres at 3c ...... Improvement District No. 38, 65,269 acres, at 3c ..... 1,958.07 Municipal District No. 10, $1,042,81S| at 3 mills.... 3,128.43 Town of Cardston, $586,381, at 3 mills ............ 1759.14 Total .?17,415.81 Ad S : ? : > : : ? 18, 30, 31, 39, 55, 56, 60, 61. ? .;. Vefrrans' Clulj Phone ZIM 950664 3 B72B ;