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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News Local News Where To Find It 1919 8.33 mills DENTAL TBEATMtMT FOR RETURNED MEN 1U.21 mills U.2S mills 1.68 mllli 1.00 mill i Public School Library Hospital rrov. A dentist of Ihe I'uradnu It Array UenUl Corpi Till Uf in ihe city on Thursday. Any turned men who require treat menl are allied lo apply lo Secretary Turcolle il Ihe Vel- eraus' Club. School Boards Demands 1'osilion 'Hal Scheme Turned Down ,.uelber clly to, u limited because Ilie items under Poikt Kire, Parks, Health. Sheller.- etc.. zrc only very partially COB- trallable' Viewed In this Hani there is (ban 10 rer 'tut. ot the whole budget Ilial 1 toE 10 uuoii lo produce economics. and e that would entourage Ihe owners to try lo hold on. It tins policy were not ueinE Xonb Ihe South-Central. If you Whereas tho controllable turs ol tho Clly or Lctlibndso is ccly cenl ol llie whole years budget and Whorc.13 during tbc last sis years on the basis or 100 per cent colled on ot levy', wlllch system bos prevailed city since It received Us first .harler In 1890, collections have been eoins behind annually until approil inatoly H75.000 unpaid lasos have fal len to Ina city lUrough sale prop ci-lv aiid will bo en the wrong side or the ledger tor many years lo come, uu- lil properly becomes valuable this cjty to b'lng the value uf the taies.. and Whereia Inls year's crops do not spell prosperity this year tor lai pay- ments and It llicretore looks reason- to' cipecl lhal lliere will be a 1-rso delinquency ot lai payments Ihls year It was IhoUBiil oipedienl by llie Council-lo rofl round tor a-means of keeping the assessment and mill rale llie sanie as in 1318, and Whereas as it was very desirable to jet a reduced laiallon lo encourage people to hold on to properly, espcc ially racanl lots, and pay tales il Vlis burn in on Iho council lhal the lax rale must-be reduced it possible, am Ihe only scheme permis; aWc by ILe Lethbridsc City Charle lor thai purpose is wlial Is known a the Medicine ilat one or rebohdin :md ia set forth in Chapter US of ,th Statute's of Alberta, assented to Apr 17. 1919, and. Whereas the Council alter a vei founi] that Ihis schen would give a i mill reduction for eacli ot fivv years at the evpcuse of an anil ine to see lf.1 football, unadorned, be Affami Park lonljht al T and m to lo InlcrmedlJle League Tomorrow Ihe Vets will Lie on South at Eritsiorni. This M promise, an Interefltag future. Tha Veterans will strip at the dull- room, at 030 P.m.. and Ihe following Lothian. SleeTe 'Truem.n, Wigl.y. McGulro. Simmonette, Campbell, SmllU, Davis, Thompson. BOY FALLS OFF C. B. Bowman Suggests That Part of Hospital Be CMoscd and Staff Ucduced room nre requested to be un l Smith. Edwards. period. wWn would have to pract c- j r FRE Bisl in spile ol the largest 1 1 IVL il anticl- ihat efficiency shcu'd suftei. Canon Murrcll-Vv'right wls ot the opin'on that there would consider- able dilllc-illy in the presonl arranga- i mrnts made in ihe interior of the hoi- DitoiKslou centred arounil n policy it was reorganized, lo shut economy at Hie mc-Hing ol portion. The lull capacity cl iiosoital uojnl in llio city lie P'-it down M int- room oii'Monda? .Uieniooli, there- hid been miny Canon Murrfll-Wrlgill In ]-Js 4> in the liospilil nl one llnlP. rHIJ ,-l.air The sami-- was started by ,meaai iliat mother 12 v.oulo neeij tLe comiminration from Mr. C. llow- Of inc full stalf fhe poHcj man. wlilcli. in iransll 0( economy, however, he Governmenl. laerc were two schc lo consider: 1. To estimate.'the school coundf .Collection for ot .1: Provincial l-ar-j Lridge dislricl. II was hoped thatlnv, iiament to allow the city to bond-He j proved city deficits- 1-' -mnrnvod 'noeiilon was Ihero is always a m an imprmcu i rnnilltioiiK I in r-vv of lai pnymentB each ycarjbeinE realizeu wnuu cruii martial law :mJ lha cento.- or wbleli "econio a total lo! were, cood or even fair, hut now unlil llie rallllcatioi, ot ll.e peace CUv il CM only be laken caro of adverse crop condilions per- ot ll.e eovern- LU5 It- can oiii) uc t .i._roiBinn in lax collections -.aniniilar v re July Ernie Vines Attempted lo Rci-ov er Hal on 3lh Street liridge In bis anilely lo recover his hat] which bad blown otf, Krnic Vines. about 12 ytars of age. tell from tue overbold bridge 'oil 8lli St. on to Ihc road, Iraclurins. both his arms. Tin; accldoni look place on Saturday after- noon as the boy was going home alter rislllng a 'picture show. lie tlio'Jslil tho easiest way to recover his hat was lo climb down the side or tlie bildEC and in attempting lo through ihiMWSt office-, MleJ lo l the secretary of the hoard in for th'e last meetins. Mr nowman advised that, in view ul'lli'e patronage Ihe hospital was ai lUH time reccivioe. it was I'lpudlen'. dui of llie buildlhs closed down and the Klalf reduced jropDrtion ,lcly. The average atlt-ndance war J3 while, ill his ojiinlon. llie- preient arrangements in llie hospital were for worth discusslnc. Varor llatdlc ivas slrcmBlv ol lha opinion tha; wiitru economy could .bo etfccted il should be put inlo prac- lice in Ihc way of dosing down part of tho Tlio rats for llie bo'liilal wao iioiv in ihP- nelsbliorhood I', ol is.', millo. wliich was a heavy bur- The question of the eilension ot (he Van Ilamlem In v.-blch a lull capacity ol paiieuia lo the mini Ma u( jihysitians llie city ler of 78. There could be. under the I circumstances, a reilucllon in til- o financially. Interested, was, clrcumslances, a reilucllon in up j., one reason why llie ac- nnrsing slaff. and by closing a part the Oalt Hospilal In of the building the of the' c OI- economy should be hospital would nol be by any meant -put privale hosnllal would art ne City ne y y surpluses from oilier or by It lo subsequent 'levies) Ins iod of IL ILJ been followed In Ihls city. :ind Ol must be aolklpatca as inevitable. has' iltTn? ne cess, v lor', the only prospecl ot a nna, Oovernmenl reduction of laxatton in Ihis City because Ihero has al- vays been sufflcieni surpluses in other Departments lo laUe care of the de- icils, bul 'conlingencics Buch as un- eipecled increase, of wages, etc., be- tween estimates have in the lasl Iwo vcars wiped out-'any- surprises tint, ihe most economical could guard against, and I ot tax payments tnls year .which may or may nol he a permanent delinnunn- cy or "loss of revenue. lic-se dclintiuent paymenls wllljiu dnivail- iblc unlil such times as Ihe Clly prop- reuutiHjii vi 25 mills on an assessment 000-per capita of population lies in Ihc necessary increase of population to say approiiniately 25.000 people for which the city' has fully provided fac ilillcs and utilities to which end evcr> energy ol every citizen should be bent Therefore ue It resolved thai bylaw Xo. bring a by-law of Ihe City o' do so fell Into the. street and library purposes for the year 1310 and to proviM for the collection of Toll Tax bo passed. equivalent Cltra burden for lowing '25 yearn and the lol- Jtu.n Wherecis Ihia condition togetuer with the.'persbnal; knowledge and the advice of'financiers'that It was poor financing scheme b'e droppeil nnd aifsincreaned andijf dcjirablc lo have m; record Hhe position that Ihe schools place Ihe'Cily Council in_whlcll is p followi' 1. The School Trustees can de anic UILHI autu erty prices revive eiterit lhal ironerly fallins 16 lie clly can be sold nl a price thai will redeem Ihe chur- ls against it by Ihe .cily, and Whereas INe levy [of 1918 and IMn is as follows: 101S v' General mills beucnluro.......S.5'mills Public. School 0.0 mills 1'rov. Uovl. 1.00 mil's --Total 35.7 mills I was INCREASE IN FIGURES OTTAWA, July iucrease ol ovor-SSOO.MD in the total value of sea fish taken during Ihc mpnlh .ol May Ihis year os compared the Earns month a year ago, is shown by the raonlhly statement on sea fishing re- sults issued by the naVal'dcpartment. trie total value of. sea fish al Ihe point ol landing on both Ihc Allantlc and Pacilic' coasts during Mny this year was while in May, 151S, it reaty ment's majority bcius parliculBrly re- marked upon bs; several ol the editor- I writers.- The decision lo continue tne iires- tin coudllionp Is altrihuled by l.e i Journal lo tile feeling at Ihe chamber that the government should not be i overthrown by llie refusal ot the gov- ernment lo a tew weeks' delay, even IhoiiEh the treat majority of the hers would.have liked nothing better than to have done with the condilions which placed such a heavy drag upon llio liberty of the people. Several of the newspapers, notably tho Figaro and La Victorlero polnl onl that the'Eovernmcnt had'very unfav- orable (-round lo struggle- over In the circumstances, but declare that the result showed cxiictly what strength .was al tbo disposal of inc ministry-hi Ihe chamber nrivale hosnllal would 11- in llie vTay of conipell- tion to Hospital. There was alto ncnt of lae iiospilal on the score Ilia'. .JlC lo bc uurnc mind that was run on a financial and nol on a hospital lo b! bumaiiilariau lasis. This .was uol hospta wou n impaired. He found fault with cer-, liu alu who hail cr'lticiicd the manage- j [j Advises Economy In support ol the fact -llml-.i cure lu support of the fact thai-a curc- I nripO TIU nlPf tinancUl policy did not near, a I I AY I lack of cfllclcncy. Mr. in lllltO InA bnOL sUiuccd lljo1 experience ot the hosp, LUUL.U IUL.1 aj years ago. ,.-i----if Ihp rpDutatlOll Of OCluS HEGlMA, Sask., July 1 was received here from London today announcing that the privy counilthad dismissed the appeal r of the- Hudson's Bay Company against the'municipal surtax on Us lands in this province impos- ed by provincial lealBlallon.' P. M. Anderson, K. of Reglna, wenl to England lo represent the prov- ince council and J. A. also of Regina, wss an.aEsociate counsel for the ai soinu Lu when it had the reputation ot oclng the fincsl liospllal wej-t of Winni- ai lime It could not be sa.d there a mumi-ujBi bnilt ia Ca'rdslon. with one possibly in llaymond. Dr Latterly held lhal II would be a mistake lo make any reduction in tha slaff He did not llimk a hospital el Cardston or Raymond- would afreet ihc Gall Hospital. In the end it was decided thai me hospital go on for a time as al pres- ent with a view lo seeing whether the average of patients will be tn- IQKCII in ci uj balance- to tho good In the hank to tho extent of J12.000, which was used for building llio present laundry. He did not mean by. Ihls lo Instouale thnt the hospital under-Ihe present management was run In an inefllclcnt manner, but he quoted .the exper- ience to point out that a regard lo the Iluanclnl end of Ihc. Institution nnd strict'311001100 to the same did mansubinlla resume ot Ihe Hospitals Act at ILe nerl mcelinE with a view or considering Ihe policy as it ap- plied lo Ball Hospilal, Ihis for discus- sing tlio feasibility, or otherwise, ot brln-Ins Ihc hospital within the acopo of Ihc municipal hospital provincial scheme. Dr Wray was placed on Ibe liel ot pbysiclaus. (or the hosiillal. WESTERNERS PASS EXAMS TO MILITARY COLLtGE OTTAWA. July those! who passed ibe emnjheo cxamlnaiions to Ihe Hoyal ot Can-1 a'da. Klnsston, 'were: Leonard hi. Martin Dumoulln, Kelowna, 13. Eric .Barclay1. Ashcroft, B. C.; Lylc G S. Trorcy.fVancouver, and George Vicleria, B. C. fffl Mam Grounds LfiTHBRIDGE Thursday, F'riday, Saturday JULY 17th, 18th an4 19th i Proceeds for the benefit ol G, W. V. A. Building Fund, Nursing Mission and Community Service. Carnival in tonneclion with the Great Peace Day Cele bration being staged by the G, W. V. A. Dancing Midway Attractions Refreshments FUN AND FROLIC FOR OLD AND YOUNG-A BIG SHOW FOR A GOOD CAUSE. COME ONE! COME AlX! MARK PAT-ES NUF SEDI tickets: Adults Children 50c; Season tickets for aD Build Now! circulation, employ labor. It will mase our iow H j live progressive and tfelurn to the investor remarkable diVW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LUMBER LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS LUMBER, Head Office and Distributing Yard-Corner 3rd Avenue airf '.174 Lethbridge. Branch Yards at Maclewl, and points we handle fencing Hard ware and Farm ImplemenU. Consult Box 189i or Phone SIS, Lethbridge ;