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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Mlayf Dwcinlwr IS, 1912 tr THE M2'! fr TMTLY HERALD IN 1 OLD Statistics Prepared as Result of Lloyd George's Insur- ance Act Xew York, Dec. question of whether- it is worth .six shillings or shillings- .six pence, for me- dical men practicing in Grcai Llri- lain'lo give attention lo a patient Ipr an entire-year continues to be a ttipii: of nitcri'sU.-mil nlily to Ihc doclors aiYecled but to medi- cal men throughout the world. The j IJntish that the lower figure is'incdequate-. H- is like-I ly that the practitioners in tlie Uniicd States' and'' Canada heart- ily with Ihcin. Tlie matter is discussed in im-.dicul circles in {ill civilized countries Onu of_ ihc interesting revelations made in' the course of this, contro- vnisy has tlie income derived liy j physicians in some typical llritish cities: An investigation Chancellor Lloyd-George was made Jn five selected -towns "with tlic ap- juoval of the medical association, j und they brought the following re- I cults: 'Aggregate population of the five i towns, .Vamher. "01" physicians in lliesc j Mown- 214. N dm her- of visits last year paid by Ihcse physicians1' plus visits to these physician's at their offices Total receipts of these physicians (or this work, flOO.OOU. Average receipts per physician 1 Additional .fees received; by physi- cians for operations; certificates, coroners1 fees, etc., income to the .physicians, Average 'income per pliysicin.ii' 08-1. This average will me- dical'-men on side as .surprising- ly good. medical asso- ciation .the issue' 'of this figures .could- not be taken- ai basis 'for tin- act. The .association jfi-caier demand will .be.'.made profes- sion than before 'actO -Was passed inasmuch .'a yearly tcoiild involve no per- sonal charges "-on the palici.ts -thus liumrcd, 'null ?tnC'y' were' [rcely for friic British govinhiiienl; asseits ttiat the sum .'hy.: the 'friendly soci.etJL'.s for medi- cal service incnibcrs is four MOOSE BEAR For Choice Southern Alberta Gr6wn MEATS POULTRY WE CAN SUPPLY YOU the best of everything on the right prices. If you are fond of WILD GAME we have RABBIT Our Christmas Meats and Poultry are the very choicest in the juicy, tender. Remember there are two. kinds of Meats, fresh-killed and cold storage We Have Nothing But Fresh-killed Southern Alberta Grown Products If this what you want let us have your holiday order's. They cost no more than the other kind Phone 452 A. Across the Corner from the Court House Headquarters for Choice Fresh-killed Southern Alberta Grown .Meats a year while the gov- L is oITcriug shillings, -medical- association replies, r, that the present condition of Jrie idly soeietios work is unsatis- 'iac'tor Di'd seVm-chariUihlc, and tnoreo selected lives. II is the' Hrilish cnsLoin for physi- cians to supply medicines and the government wishes to include. this ivith the six shillinijs. The Ifyou want to know about Tea, Coffee, and up any good dietetic treatise, or ask your own doctor. When you kave, you will decide to drink more Cocoa and less Tea and Coffee. association demands' S 'shillings six- pence without compulsion .to supply medicines, and "with a. list oi extras for Chancellor Lloyd- George Lakes, the position that Ihu [toveninipnlr is willing to.consider any. reasonable proposition but lie holds thai the demands oi ihu association j are excessive. They he con-1 I tends, amount Ui guaranteeing each physician an assured, income of 000 per DUDuin and would cost the British nation a year mon: than originally planned in the, insurance, act. ELECf !JS D J -S--J-.i pTVOHM LOIiOO- UtJ-yHT fji AOJiff Tlie Walter M. Lowncy Co. of Cnrmdn, Ltd., Montrfial W. C. Ives Will "be President ;for 1913-Great Interest is Shown EXPLORERS FIND SUBMERGED ROCK WHICH ONCE LINKED UP ANTIPODES A large attendance, marked the an- nual. meeting .of 'he Overseas Club held in St.. Augusl-in's hall last cv- j ening. Kbllowing the reading of Ihc report of Lhe sccrctury for the year just closed Uic plcclioii of unic took place, with the following '.BY C. N. R- TRAIN Prince Albert, Dec. uri- kno'wii man .wsia killed by No. 5 C. N. R. tfaln; frohi; Winnipeg, as It flew along, six railCH north -of. Rosth-arn.'looked when Lhc en- gineer -whistled, uut he did not get off Ihe track.- --Tie was mangled be- yond recognition. HE STOLE. Montreal, Dec. 1 eirri Le Glace; bookkeojier of the- of Hoche jiiga, .charged with forgery _ and theft or while In the. bank's em- ploy, was found. today Ila.siu the Court of- Special Seasloua and will be sentenced on Tuesday TO ERECT A CATHEDRAL new Ldial to erected by the Roman Catholics here lhe coat being.ia'4he'..neighborhood oi annbunce'mcnt of the.ino- -jECt at "Mass next Sun- The.growth of; lhe; congregation recent has-, rendered the -present building utterly inadequate. INSIST ow THE TRADE London, Dec. Daily .Mail's correspondent at Hobart, Tasmania, telegraphs: "Captain of .Mawson's An- tarctic ship the Aurora, which has re- tureml here, reports hopes of Ihc dis- covery of a rocky ridge on tlie bed of the ocean, two hundred miles south of Hobart. Captain Davis look ten soundings, showing depths vary- ing from 5-K-! lo 918 fathoms. The main direction of the shallowest .wa- ter is northwest and southeast.. Fifty- six deep soa soundings were taken during the cruise. "Deep sen dredging was also car- out, and the results are regard- ed as strongly conriniiing ilawson's belief Unit Australia formorly connected with ihc Antartic continent by menus of Ji ridge of land now sub- mcTpeil. "T Auroi'n is leaving Hobart on Boxing Day (IX-cemlicr to relieve wson's expedition.'" GREAT PROGRESS MADE IN TWELVE YEARS; Dayron, Ohio, yoar.H ;u, Orvillo and thn late Wilbur cnpniriMi nir In a series of four short .successful fliglUK, ;it, Shnnis N'. C. Tln> first last-1 twelve seconds and Um last flfiy-, nine. j ,i no time pvvns ihcir cum-' .some niathine more, than a fow reel! off [bo ground. It was a ibiplanu glid-j emii.Dpuu ;i iij-iuirti1 power i Kino, bin li proved Ihc feasibility of heavler-thnn-air miichlnc. nlthongh, it rude in gro.iniiig and creaking fash- ion, over ihu field. "Since ihfit (hitft the aeroplane in- dustry has been said! Orvllle yesterday, ".'mil in I (hi1 nine years as radical advan-1 rea will be noted." Officers Klecled Honorary Senator VGber, C." .Magralh, Dr. -h S. Stewart, M-P.P. Past C. F. P. Cony- j K.t'., K. A. (.'uniiingham, II. Williamson. W. C. Ivcs. A J. lllackbunie, A. Raflon CHIIIUIIK- -1. A. Hose warn. F. (libson. Expcutivo C. Gibson, C. H. SIfigralli, H- Hownian, It. C. Farris, F. T. Ilobins, .1. Daw.son, A. Arnold, 0. Thomson, S, Hall, TI. Jlccrli, Ildv. V.' McMilloii. II W. Church. II. Kllou and (I. V. Dufler. C. F. P. t'nmlH'are, the retiring president, dedmrJ to allow his name to stand [or rr-c-ir.i'Lion, and referred to certain criticism which hail liocn maile lo tin; eHi'i IhaL tlic club was loo and not more I ativc of the Uriiish Empire. Mr. Cnnybcacc no iloubL 'lie club would go iorwacii with irn'.Licr K'IRCCSS Miggcstcd the, formation of n jiivonili1 bi'.uich of die cluli which would ''ho in ('harm1 of the ladies' executive. The ulijei'l of a juvenile wmild piove. efl'rclivc in in ilic minds of the VOUIIR true Mriti.sii ideas and principles IL derided 10 leave matter in Ihc hands of Uii1, general fxrnilivc. Ti H r-'linn spnko hripflv anil Hit- necessity of adhering lo British principles. H. ''luirch rejioftcd on the work winch bud lieon tlonr so far m rnnnrctioii willi the Bov Seoul movement. "LITTLE DARLING" HOSIERY FOR, INFANTS AND CHILDREN lri.. V.'lil. CiH'iilipId, -.'ill iiRcil v, wns liilli'i! ;l Iroin t.nk- ;i short, cul illuns Liu-- cullWiiy t'li.s 1'iuiry Suuiiil. Frank t'hambers, of Norili Pul- linn i, was found dca.l in bed, havlivj; choked. I le mis yrar.s old anil Tilu pounds. Wi'llanil county council has imposed a .license in- oi SliiO Unflalo fruit nnd vegctable whu cress the1] liordcr. "LITTLE DARLING" Hosiery is tlic dnmtieit prettiest that jou cnn buy for your children. It is the beat hosiery that niodorn machinery, costly materials (we could :my a fair grade of wool for less than half what we do unexcelled skill, and experience can produce. Wo use none but the finest, softest Aiistruliun lambs' wool, and the sani- tary dyes arc absolutely fist and stiinless. "LITTLE DARLING" stocking come in ill for iiifantli up to seven years old, in siiilable colors-Sky Blue, Pink, Cardinal, Tan, Cream and Black. "LITTLE DAISY" Hoaiery is made of the sari, expensive lambs' wool, but has the heel and toe re- inforced with nn extra thread.1 All slztc to fit children under twelve ycais of age. Look for the mine LITTLE'DARLING or "LITTLE DAISY" stamped on the many Imitations arc offered names. They are no higher In price Ilian orillntry hnel-'v The Chipman Holton Knitting Co., Limited Hamilton Canada n MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WRL1.AND, ONT. ;