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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FKimi'AHY 11, TUK LKIHIllimtiK DAILY HKLIALO rAGE SEVEN rhlor atiA wwini' M'sors j si-rvlcos thtit i whero the forridoi1 inn n the old can Jleltnv is ilie first atmiul ihe chy lax imikcs. report of Canon Murri'llAYripht, chuir-1 T lit re may be A disitu'ltantiou oa ot the (.'.alt liuspttal uonrd. Thcjlln.' jurt of eomy to iuaV-0 larger ap v.-jiurt is vi'ry cunipreheusivi'. dealing populations of public money for the v.'itLi the 'flu eiMth'tnii1, condition, of upkeep of hospital, than hare hospital aud'susst'iteU changes made In thy vast. If this U so, n.il ImijroveriicnlE. Tho roitort ii can only he because ot want of ac- at ihe held Tues- The Itiml meeting for ihe i o The cost will ho aboii The kitchen baseim-nt ins up to tin.' level ui llu- i Hours and finishing C.IIK.; conduit opt'nitiss H :iU lobs of heat. 'Hit- iiinroxiam will lie Tho fuel storage ny 4u, considerably increase.! u die fuel in car loa'-l U-'v Ihtre were I In view ot impending l compared Our present ity IOU3, which could bi bf- J917. Ttiy total cost of LidiuinistratJon was ID.loT.sjO; tho total lecelpu were. to iwo inllls, upon the taxable revetiuu ot the city. I have laid emphasis upon tlie l piia! bains efficiently equipped said nothing uboul Us economical management, because to my former includes tlie 1 alter. Hit if for This would cost iii 5225.00. The Ligh pressure l> prolit'.bly have ;o b; A comparative t-tutoiuent of receipts J 'he enil of tbe year at anil txucuiHture for iho past two years will follow later in the reiiorl wlieu I come to the oil UnaIPS for Tho average cost per puUoul. tialt Hospital, for Ihe year 1918: In submitting to the board of man- r.ijoiJicnt an annual report for llio lust year, together with estiuiatie ;ind rccoiumenilatlyns fur 151V, 1 am inced ii wJM be lltlii'g for me tn nrjke some remarks upon hospitals gejierol and their fimctitn. as well us commiMstlns upon our own hospital find iis incljlems. This ivJll consMer- sibly lenatlieu my report and I would iisk for yowr patient hearing, ase'jrluf you that liie matters dealt with arin in my opinion reaJly vital to us as, liospitai yilinluistratora. I first direct your attenilon to what our work is. are hospital .vdntinfsfrators and a true conception t.E the responsibilities we have assum- ed is absoluteJy necessary if ivo are to deal wiih the problems of hospital nd ministration wisely and well. I am convinced that (Ms conception trill iitten change our attitude towards thw iiuiiy measures ami policies which. fomo before 113 for settlement. tUmt is oar definition of a hospital? differ us tar as the poles. A hospital has been defined dangerous place, full ot groans and mentations, where many people die. Again it has been defined as a cold, cheerless, fin pete on a! place, wrapped in officialdom anil tied wlili red tape. A rather he Her definition is that of a factory i where tuu Iirokon doivn are repaired as far as human skill will permit. A sllll more sympathetic linition Is that of a place where peo-jot the public. have htanl and ]r'e c'onio in pain lo find relief; come j perhaps at times ?ome have eald UQ- in weakness lo go forth strong; come wise things about thn tone-it of hos- to return with courage, itpitals to the physicians and surgeons would prefer, however, tbo definition using them, but us hospital adimniv j tho hospital was then turned into an ing the ooiu-rete slalj Jay, for the year 1917. for the year 191S, I may mention thai the iulmt i If (J t .tre t.t Call He to fcftiemlftT tli t hospital. The _ waittg a (x-ef sre-ik. M "nly i.illowcd gruel, has a irc-un-iiU Uu( even liiakiiij; uufuir crilLf'iitu.-i, 1 tvfM I'laints have Iieeji jiiusl remember that the ;t iriii- J of have 1 jit tlie hosiiitui, ut tlie most 'in klsul; i; is ortru vory inr.mv and most ilifficull to ch'vli. Thf: tf any louiji" ;-.re due tu it con 11uii which 1 i> V KPI fully elfidoiit serv: wiiliuut fully effii'Icnt lielp, ;nsd it ;iu unwcltonie fact that year, the has noi bad at all a full anil eilkk-nt rtali for Hr CAFWOLAN SALT CO. UMITEO for ir. of Gait Hosyltu also !ft us Iho ntrded to givt for year, itsiuri i.a thi> is a ure con- wu v lor any giant nilc unique H cotni? duivr .se may agaia no city gran1.; in hosiiital tioa nut i'a.-.-ri lived to econ- oriiy. Tiu- t-are tilt- hick is too u uti-l wr want ih? Hall pa-ii irudiliona lo KLVI- gooi service Of one tttiu? I urn certain, and ib.il i liv jintjHr are tliR ont-s I. IT.-' thai any ie on tliat pdl- rcuson. >H a Gait Ik This is it instiluflon ii- nd public monies (hat the members ot by their rega- M tho "monthly mec-t- anil staff. This approximately roonjj for iho ntn TJ t uappfii somvtimes if all' crallv pool fur'ilhe on should be vvlH s soraeolr j an a patient in hospital.; vice sivcn my room was very tliu of metal ceiling and walls, a metal ami f Bky light with vumUiior in tbe a roof, to provide beu-r hKlitins uml j t Uenrt, St arid OIllv in mio ventilation, a new ami much larger _ i: porch on the .soulu H.IO. red u ft thu inininmaK 1 am in touch with ccHKlitions that i-vuil at ihtj (Jail MoApilal KS anv- (ly that" I instance. Ibsre iwt economy, or It there Is undue wasto In any depart meat, then I should aot consider (lie hospital efficiently equipped, for tho equipment of a hospital includes It.-; ntttcors as well as its apparatus. j boii.ital. or lo rfo facial j ncer and the probali I think can lay ilowa as an ax- assistins the doctors. Some of} between auti ut midnight when tUe of apj.rccrlatioii to the supi-rintQm3e.it. them what equipment they could spatf. the supenntcndtni ami "imvkca "went out (o the 10 ihe ol'i UK is also necessary. I have gone this nuit- vvitli the engi- cost would ue new furnace chimney. ter fairly thoroughly ioni. that bospitals exist for tlie sako the staff, however, that remained In the- hospital were taken dowu a'.id II was not IOIIR before those that had gone out to help began to come hack ;is influenza patients The old vring of refrigerator is urgently ncc-deil. prob able cost u a place efficiently etiuiiipcd for the cart1 of Iho sick. Of course a hospital bna its educational Ride but I ivill not touch upon that today. The time is coming very soon, when hospitals are going to be classified much more rigidly as to the degrea of ihclr equipment. The Provincial Government, ia going lo take a iuuch deeper interest Jn this matter than It has argo eipenillliire on tho and atlracllrcly furnished. Tlie coat healing plant, tlio engineer -reports Of llio ahovo will be. in the ncighboV as follows: hood of not Including apy new "It may afford the hoard some sal- j furnishing for Ihe waiting room. tafantjou to know that all holler trou-J Fifteen new lockers are- needed for hica are a thing of the past. The wa- the pallcnt's clothes when they are In i-ity for a gr consider the lutflly necessary. Some Adverse Criticisms we re'celved f.cvcral made our choice anil ilien we took itheni in rotation with the result thai It has been said, iind 1 am sure with j we haveJtad five housckecperfi dur- sincerity. Uy one ot tho physicians on 'ing Ihe year. Three of them we got the slcff, lhat in hia mind a part ot I from the Rasl. they came with good tho inefficiency of the Gait Hospital recommendations did not make Is due to "a for economy in- 1 Rood here And each llir-m lett after dnced by nn inorrlinaln desire to show a balance on the right side of Ihe led- fjer." 1 may ?ay In answer to this, f; Tliia constant (hanging AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED BY PUBLIC AUCTION On TUES. FEB. 18th AT 2.00 P.M. AT DIAMOND CITY COAL MINE BARNS THE FOLLOWING: 1 sutitl mrs oW. 1 bay gcWiug, 5 jroars'oU: 1 hay I; years old; 1 Mack gcldliis, 10 years old; 1 black gem- Ing. years old; 1 toy sclditig, 4 years olil; 1 grey gelding, 4 years nlcl' 1 mare, fl ycsrs old; I hay gelding, S years old; 1 srey gnMilig. 5 years 1 bay 'gelding. 5 years old; 1 groy eelding, 5 years old, MOO Ins.; 1 hrown eelrting. fl years oM, HOO Ibs, The atjove horses ore all in gooA condition. 1 democrnt ImgEi" 12 sola or mine harness: 1 heavy wagon ant] tank, in good-condi- lioa, and a mimlier of heating slovcs; 4 or 5 single 3 new n old plllowa; 6 single matlresses; 2 healing stores; cook: Ing nUiKiU; cups, sauccrc. glasses anil ottjcr small fixings; 1 refrigerator; I sewing machine; 1 bureau; 1 small healing atove; 2 screen doora; 1 slorin >viniloiv; and numerous smaller arllclei. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH AUCTIONEER 319 FIFTH AVENUE S., LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1957 iavc at present on-j Hint H would have heen "easily pos- ter. levels arc now conslanl under air tho hospital. We ha The radiation hasjly 25 In Hie locner room and lo show such a halruice if tho Ticen and aii' more palionta than this are in had not been far more Interest- hc.it can now he obtained will; hospital. Ihcir clothes have to he rd In the general elflcienr-y of the hoa-1 proper handling ot (he radlalor valTCs posited In a hag, which means Ihnt'pltal. I nsupport of Ihls window rjpp-nlng. ThR relurn when the patients are ready to go? we can iiolnl 10 all ihp work undortitk-1 mains tire all correctly home Ihelr clolhea arc In a very creas- en 'clnring the past year- which 1 have pForer' provision Iia3 hec-n made for. ed condition. This often causes great'outlined earlier in the report. i ex partition and no pumping of tlic re-! nnnoyonce anil severe crillcistn. i feel lhal those figures take nway i Inr-" is rpnuircil." I have not lie en alilu lo gel a price any slUina upon the board for having j When we rcmtmher how skeptical' on liieso htit it may bo we could fit an undue passion for economy. Dur- j we were about our new heating plant, them nr> ourselves cheaper than we., ing thr- pnst our expenditure waa Ine engineer's worda arc very comfort- could purchase lh3 uaiml inK and 1 Know 1-tim but voicing your i lockers. when t say how much we A Chase doll Is needed by the pup- Broater than fn iJtlT, creat- ing n deficit of The economy aimed ril fn the past predate hia services In bringing about erinlendenl for demonatrallon purpos- ainl in my ojiinlon the tniR economy, Ihfs rcsull. I may adil tnsit a .T.naM- ca in the lecture room. Tho coat will j chiefly Id be aimed tu the hospital i in; ilium infiinLn naturally aii'i i >.u n.v. ,t healllifully wtthoiil. reeil of pepsin fertile saving'In coal is already lining he about shown, oven account of Iho I The glass tops of 6 ot the bed- i Is foui'-fotd: or arlifkinl digeslo.nis. Ont a fow'ounces of Blanralod Mar- from nny reliable druggist. Ask Tiic Superinlcnttcnt nho verl- for ollhcr iiowdcr or Inblcls. It never ne3 thla statement, as lo Ihe general _ mines ns n lltmiil. milk or ciirale ami J sal I.if a dory comllllon of tlio hc.itluR with enamo] The coat will In tho form Ig not n Inxnilvc.lof Iho hospital, with the exception of be about each. This o tahlcs arc lirokeii. t would re-- pnilinK all the liroken ones thn bost in the righl i mnrkeis nl the right" lime, ami al the j right Try Oils plan and cot -whal you wain Al your next meal -ami see If this Isn't llifl heat advice you ever hal on lo n one ward, replacing the glnsa lop? 2. The pravcnliOTi in Hie I of unnecessary wtifitc. 3. Tho furnishing of siirh Uio ions the Iwo m6ro expensive thnu but wftl bulldlnns. My rerommenilallon j mitfh lonpcr. regard will come Inter in thcj I would rcc.onimDinl that stortn rcporL made for windows In the cor- equip- niont ns will the work, pre- VGiiUng unneccFsary waato of energy on the patl of the slatt 4. Paying goo A wages iho leal Everyman's Library The'aim o( Every Man's Library is to provide every English speaking reader with the Great Classics of all times in his own tongue. Our Library will contain 300 volumes of this wonderful library comprising Biography, Classics, History, Fic- tion, Oratory, Poetry, Romance and Science. To secure the largest number of members for our Library Exchange we have de- cided lo change our terms of membership to as follows: membership Fee and 2 cents per clay, with a minimum charge of 1.0 cents for the time each book is kept out. j EVER ALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;