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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEOTPRIPGE DAILI- HERALD She IrtWKfcfle, Hltxru DAILY AND WEIKLV THt HERALD COMPANY, LIMITIO A. Bwhaltu and Director TBLIPHONU 12M week I per year 1.W by mall, per year "ill. 1 (.M by mail, year to Z.H DUd'ot of iabkrlptlon ap- daily rn adilreas InbeL uoa of pipers alter expiration date It Mr auiliorlty to Mfc man. There la shown In the- report a praiseworthy attention to detail, a wiee counting of cost, and we might add a devotion to and interest in the toji in iwvd. As >Q annual report the Canau, without any appearance of his much to congratulate hluwlf, with the that the Board ol which he was chairman call-! but appreciate ti'.f sen-IcesI rendered. In considering the hospital report stress cannot but be placed on the part the hlch cost ot Iking ot the present time plays in the internal management of such an institution. It requires something orer the aver- age ability to 'combat the day on economical administra- tion without In Ihe leas( decree im- pairing, efficiency. That phase ot the problem has been overcome Is what the report details. To keep within the. estimates, ai Canon Murrell- Wright has done, and at the same school, municl- 'pal ornment control ot grants It that .piei provincial was shown while it Is apparent thai governinenl be requested to open.rne- the municipalities are desirous of're taining direct handling of-local funds under the commission system. Both motoins were referred back to the resolutions .committee for consolida- tion for the protection of the muni- cipalities, The government will be asked tc Mason Rifdi Costs Lew Than You Think! Not onoei' bat' mtay tuno, cujtomers hate said; "M Td only known eaiy. H to buy a Maton RIsch, I'd have had on? us about our "factory prices and We' can send Victor Records anywhere: and safo delivery. Big Catalogue Free.' Wrlle for It BlMk the man and Mr. Brant Anderson the comic as a Mr. leo.: has been.ill with pneumonia has bee-n pronoooc- ed'out of danger, IMrs.-Thos Hopkms with her two children are friends at-Mjdi cine Hat Rev. Mr. formerly the Methodist Church at Burdett. ac- oofcpanied by his calling on old friends here." Mr. Lees has Just returned from overseas and his way to New Westminster, B.C., where he has bien given a church. Mr. A. H Rigg spent m few days at Magralh last week. A telegram was received stating government be requested lo open.ne-- A telegram was receivea siaung gotiations with the poininion govern- that Mr. H. Proctor lying 111 ot the assume full obligations .for out the mothers allowance act accord- ing to one' resolution passed while pro- vincial control of vacant pasture lands and leases will also be urged; Author- ity lo levy a surtax.for drainage as- sessment on the land henefitted, nnd carrying out of the provisions of farm loan act adopted by the leg- slature in 1917 arc ailaitlbcal -hich will be put up to the'govern- lent for definite and Immediate 'ac- Tha'system of adding penalties on imiafd' taxes was recommended to emain as at The proposal was to adrta penalty of :ten per cent, t Ihe end of tho year, The present ystem calls for 5 per cent, to ho city, a good and "certain supply of vifsker, tie necessity for the extra BUSBp installation is obvious. The ro- of Tuesday's vote' therefore be- eames rreacbing. The ra le naye r's shovid nMke.H tbelr, business -to sec that law is .passed. QALT rlOSWTAL ANNUAL REPORT To use- a. hackneyed expression, Canon Murrell chairman of the Gait Hospital Board during the ytar has ft good account tt his stewardship In all ttfsi he con- In his annual report, it will only be rendering Justice to him and ac- cordlac elm a well deserted appre- ciktkm if we qualify the statement by sftytaf that It was an excellent account of the same stewardship. In doing this we feel sure we are voicing the sentiments of the citizens ot Letn- bridge who take an Interest In tho The annual report is hall marked with efficient economy. In which the Interests ol tho patients and the general .purposes of the hospital have not been prejudiced. The general acceptance that the clergy, In the nature of Dieir profes- sion, are not altogether business ruen la belted In the very.busineit-llkc re- sults which have followed what Manila oat as" a business administration of (Ml chsir- hunk-nouses were literally filled I. W. literature, yet none was In sight. Matlresses and pillows were jammed full of it. The talking was done in an undertone In the bunk- houses after Ihe evening meal, anO In the wooils whenever a tow of the lumberjacks would get together. question about logging opcr ators wero making from J50 to a day out of Tliey were told tiiat the operators wern receiv- ing a' thoumml, when It well-known fact, knoivn to cver> lunihfrjack, Ihftt it not coat one- Ion. Penalties for enth that much to put' the logs in he pond at the mill. There was1 a :erlain amount of truth in this story, or .represented the price of No. Douglas fir at retail in the yards of he Atlantic s'Snboard city. :Thc umherjacks-wera made to. believe :hat this was the price .received for ,ogs in the pond.' 'As a matter of fact, .he avwage price dnl not exceed 112.50 to the logger, ,H the employers told Ihe men the truth, Ihe men would havo known that the agitators ietl, anil why they lied, and there would have been no strike. After reading what Mr. Rogers re lales, there can.be no other conclusion drawn lhan that truth Is mighty and will prevail It used In an organized campaign to flout nnd to confound the breeders of mischief havo their own purposes to serve. nient to secure provincial control ,-oj those lands and lease them to the resl{ dent farmers In' small tracts to thei end that those farmers he made seltj. supporting and independent and avoid thi "necessity ot asking relief from tho government year after Once again the. movement to estab- lish a system of-frost :and drought Insurance In the province was shelved "by the Association. A lengthy report of the investiga- tion of tha executive committee along this line during the'-last year was pre- ..this showing that nothing practicable had ever baen lioarcl, and thereby tho ratepayers could hove saved tho sum oj last yeaf. Taking this as an average this would mean a sum round ahou in the last eight years. As moans towards' this he pointed on that unnecessary expense was create by allowing 195. implls over publi school nge lo remain-In the schools (tiii? meaning five exlfa teachers. Th stalcmnnl is Interesting, and wonl be more interesting If Dr. Dlack enlarge on Ilio ..same and furlho Board of Meeting of Householders Also Held (From Oiir Own I1UHDKTT, Feb. the Febru- ary meeting of the village council they appointed a board of health, con-, sisting of Messrs. Ernest Jiibb, O. H. Johnston, Wm. Owen. The following week tlicy called meeting of the householders to discuss ways and means of combatting the 'flu. Messrs. C. C. Fielding, Chan, Henderscholt, W. .1. Maxwell, were appointed a tee to fix up a temporary hospital and G. H. .Johnston and X F. Hamilton, the finance committee. As yet there i? none of Ihe disease In this neighbor, hood, hut it was thought best to ho preparer! in case of an cpidcniic. Jlrn. I.co of Tatter Is'visiting her sister, Mrs. Fl. KOliinson. The masquerade that was put on hy the fcirls on Friday lasl, was a great 'flu at the coast: Mrs. Proctor left at once to go and care for him till his recovery. Fanny, the little girl of F. Schneider who has been In the hospital at Medi- cine Hat for some away on Thursday. interment will take place at Burdett. Mr. Ole lywson has gone lo Calgary on business. Nurse ilartba SlOTicU has gone lo Bow Island to take n case o! influ- enza. G. W. Green of the (las Co; was in town on business P. A. Graham and bis sister Miss 0. W. Graham received a telegram from Vernon, B.C. that their mother was very ill. The marriage took place on Feb. llth at the Melhodist parsonage, Lethbridge, of 'Mr. B. l.yon fo Mrs. B. Llddle, of Burdett. The bride was attended by her two brothers. Messrs. John and. of this.place. Mrs. Lyon has been a resident of this district for many years and is well known and respected ;by all. The whole community join in wishing them BTery happiness in their new life. Wo often laugh in mosquito lime and say that when yon kill one mos- quito it makes' two, etc. The same pigs, last week We mourned Ihe loss of our friend "little spotted and now we have tour wee pigs of the' same size run- ning In bur yards and on Ihe main street. Although there, has been a great deal of tiay and 'feed shipped into Burdett, II Is still coming and the farmers are busy chasing "bills'of lad- ing, etc.'1 It would be a great con- venience to the farmers if there was a telephone In the C.P.R. depot. There has been so many rumors about children attending school with eruptions on their skins, especially ringworm, Wat the school board de- cided lo call in a doctor and Invest! gate. Dr. Patlerson of. Bow Island was called and examined the school not find that there was any- TOOK two years to perfect the J. coating on Honeymoon Chocolates. The appetizing and delicious flavors of the centres go further to enrich the completed chocolate. L Boneynuxm Chocolates ForThoseWhoCan Tfce Walter W.Shaw Compm Limited Wfcokxb MOOSCJAW.Snk. HOCOmTES Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Opetis the Ppres and Penetrates success. was a, large -parly galherptl and'- IHe' costumes varied ami many tinted making a lirctly scene that .made 'one think of a kaleidoscope. Miss gewall carried off Hit; prizi'.for Ihe representa- tion of' f-linracterJ, Turkish lady. Miss A. Pool captured prize tiling'lo wcrrry about. Mr. Raymond Pool left on Thursday [or Maple Creek to start things go Ing on his farm f6r the spring work. EX-KAISER DISAPPROVES EX-CROWN PRINCE'S OFFER PARIS, Feb. Former Emperor William's ills- approval of tho offer recently 4 made by hla the former j tallons; to the Dutch govern- menl, ar.corrllhg to a Horlln iliioMfiK a report by Iho (Sazoltn of lhal fflr-.-cntn.lc while. Colt-, 't'' In kilts had 'first prize for gentle-. A Remedy for Chest Colds, Head Colds, Spre Throat, Stiff Neck, Earache, Spasmodic Group and kindred ailments. Apply freely'ip the slfin just over the affected it GROVE'S P-PEN-TRATE SALVE is also an Excellent Germicide for the Nose and Throat. It should be applied to the nostrils so that will bfe .continually inhaling the vapors while in the presence of patients who are sick with contagious diseases, or when you are entering crowded cars or other public places during an epidemic or Influenza. Any Grip or In- fluenza germs breathed through the nose are destroyed "by this germicide salye before tbe germs can reach the throat, FOR THE SICK Placp 'One Level TeaspOonful of GROVE'S 6-PEN-TRATE SALVE in a not tracer In tbe M sick room. The Antiseptic Vapor, rkinfi from the'heated salve makes breathing easy for the patient. It induces sleep and is a great comfort to anyone suffering with Spasmodic Croup, w Asthma, Br6hchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, CoWte, .Whooping Coagh, Diphtheria or Pneumorta. The Healing Effect of the Vapor relieves the patient and is very comforting. Price 33c per box.' If your Druggist hasn't any, send 33c in postage stamps to Paris Medicine Company, 193 Spadina Ave., Toronto, and a full-siw boi will be mailed to .you promptly. ;