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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JL'Mi 1, 101U THE LKTIlBlUBGli DAILY IIKIULD PAfiR NINl June At the last session of the provincial legislature, the Wild lino's Tin Act lha dlflicully fo knowing ciaclly who Ihe owners are and tho assessment noti- ces In such cases have nol always been sent to the proper parties, and therefore under Ihe old acl, If the municipal district of Orosmont looV lai-euforced proceedings, Ihe dlslrlct would probably fall to securo an ord- er for the same owing lo defective notices. 'Tax enforcement 'proceed- ings aro costly and after havlnt gone to several hundred dollars expense, tut council soulJ probsbl: fill to any results. Hence, Ihe taxes bare been allowed lo Eland In arrears for yean. An act passed at the last session ol the legislature provides lhat a commissioner may ho appointed lo Inaulre into such situations and he la'clolhed wllh full powers, regard- less ot lechnlcalltles, lo clean up tho whole mailer, and In case taxes-ara Twelve Public Health Nurses Will Be Available For Mak- iif Iniptcliona (Special to The Herald) BMONTON. June Is ol prime Importuice thai school shoulc avtll thenutlres of the services of the public health nurses. next week shall be stationed In different centres In trm province, to conduct child wel (are aUrlons, and lo Inspect the chll dren allendlng schwil. Although lo yean it bus been optional wllh Ih trustees in rural school districts to have medical Inspection of the chll dren allendlng school, but a small per cenlage of Ihe schools have ever "bee BO Inspected. To rt-nJcr Hits servlc more general and al the same time I reduce Ihe expense lo school districts registered nurses, by means of a sp clal course of Inslrucllon given by Hi provincial university, are being qual fied'lo do Ihls work. In the variou cities, towns and villages throughout Canada where there Is Inspection of schools by doctors and nurses about 40 per cenl. of the children are found particulars as'to th8 amount ot the different land. taxes levied Ihe tai dfslr cl and It would, possible for_ t.'iclal levying "ihb'Tases for the dfslrlcl and It would, be, Ibe ot.'iclal levying "ihb'T district lo obialn. exact- information ns to what land in the district Is sub- ject to .this tax and there should be no possibility of land exempt from Ux- nlion being taxed, or of lands subject LIEUT.-COL. MEWBUHN ON METAGAMA QUEBEC, June The following western officer! arrived on the Meta- gama: Lleul: B. Alder, 'Mooso Jaw; I.ltlit. -VT. J. Gow. Winnipeg; Capt J. II. Garden. Calgary; Ue.ul.-Col- F. H. Mewburn, Cr.lgary; Capt. J. C. -Me- Quarrle, Cant. H. W. JlldEeway.-rje.thany.-Slan.; .W. eniier -Rainy River, Onl... St. Tliomas has decided not to huy the equipment ol ttio dclnncl London Erie Traction Co. to the Young Men of Canada Canada needs Trained Men and Women I Whatever be the task confronting the nation, in war .or peace, Canada is always in peril of failure so long as the young people of the country arc economically unfitted for their Never were opportunities so great. Thousands of Good-paying positions are'waiting in every field of en- deavor for men and women trained to stores, shops, factories, mines, railroads, on the all lines of technical, commercial, and agri- cultural work. For over 26 years the International Correspondence Schools have been training Thousands have been helped lo bigger careers through the I. C. S. plan. 6500 are getting ready right now.. Many of the largest employers in the country are interested in the work of the I. C. S. in Canada, and, at their request, are being informed regularly concerning the progress of I. G. S. students among their employees. You can win succeii with the aid of 1. C. S. J. R Parker, of Winnipeg, climbed from a a month job to a a year income as a Contractor. Wm.T. Griffiths advanced from carpenter to Superinten- dent of Construction for Lyall and Sons, Oltawi. neer of iiyndrcds of Canada's most manngcrs, draflsiiicn, clcc- mid clicmists pre- a pared for proniolion in I spare time through I. C. S. courses. ThcI.C.S. can help yon, no mailer where you live, wliaf hours you work, or how liltlc your schooling. Mark and mail (tip lion will not obli- gate yoii in the Iprjsl bul will givciisnnoppprfniiily lo sliow (o. pre- i w not paid aller due notice, to transfer the whole property lo Ihe municipal- ity. The public utllllleB commission were Elven powers two yeara tai enforcement nroceealnca had bien successlul. and where certain owners who had paid their taxes, lo olfer Ihem lands, perhaps belter In location in one corner ol the laree subdivision and then unless the taxes were paid, lurn the rest of Iho subdi- vision over lo Ihe municipal district. But unlll tax enforcement proceedings -were successful, the public utilities commlsBlon could do nclbins, and in the cassetted, tax en- forcement proceedings would not be EuecessfuVnothine; vrtintever could be done by the commission. Under the act passed al the recent teaslon ol the the com- missioner Is given fnll power to deal irlth the'Tvliole'slluaflon and clean (he whole thing up, so thnt these use- less 5-tdlvlsions be turned baclr. nto farm landl. Under this act, llr. H. Milton n beta appointed a com- panion lo deal wllh cerl.ln cases or ibe northern part ol the proT lo have ailments lhal are prejudicial to health. Although the legislature did not make aucll Inspection compulsory In rural schools, It Is inconceivable lhat any board within striking distance of where an Inspector Is located will do aughl else except lo send a renuesl at once that Ihe scliool he inspected. The departmenl of health is bearing about one-half of the whole eipcnse. It trains the nurses, pays Iheh- salar- ies and living expenses, and Ihe Bchooi district is to psy only s m.ilmum of 120. with nimlnlmum of for each inspection of all children attending any rural school. There is a heavy demand from various parts of the province lor such Inspection. Tbere are only twelve such specially trained nuraea In the province. Ten will be placed at particular centres and two -will probably be given a rnr- Ing commission. The necessity of such Inspection may be Illustrated by the average re- sult of such Inspection in 1910 ot the schools of ten leading cities In the Unlled Stales, where, ol an average ol 1000 children inspecled, it was found there -were defects and allmenls aclual ly Injurious to health al the time o! Inspec'lon in the following number o children: the teelh, 416; throat HIGH SCHOOL EXAMIMA- TION6 HELD MONDAY, MAY 24. 9 Lllln Grammar, XII. M Glllln 78, V. Bennett 72, K- Fow er 56. A. tl. W. llyasop 6B, II 41. Average Geometry, Grade XI. Z. Donnrorlh 100. Lt Ingram 103, O. lacEacllern 100. K. Hamilton 100. D Smith 100. B. Church 90, IL Church 1, n. Bnderehy S5, V. Uolman 76, J 14. Li. Parry Tl, H. Johnson CS JI. Delay 08, M. Hurdle ST. Edoa Bui oci CC. G. RobWns 63. E. Klppen 6! H. Knowlden 61, J. Denoon W. Rid path 15, W. EC. M. Perry 3. pi. U Prieilley 50, J. Ma.._ t7, M, MacDon.ld (S. G. Young 43. B- Royce 23. Class average English Literature, Qrmde IX A. X. Grant 86, It. Kergan 77, M. Bate- man 76. B. Hosell 14, C. Prosser 73, A. AhrtnB 71, A. Hufner 70. P. Jlatch 69. B. Jonea 67, P. Laughrcn 67, A. Crawford 66. M. Hystop 65. W. Hend- erson 64, V. Dauiel 53, J. Denoon 62, T. Nobles K, D. r'airfleld Cl. A- Ham Illon 69, E. Farrow 65. L. Hill 49. T. Andrew IS, R. Crabb 45. Average K% Grammar, IX B. C. Sandqulct 73. B. Olander 67, M. Wardman 62, B. Sellens J6, A. Little 51, D- UrEenbach 61, II. McQueen 44, M. Held 43, D. Nolan 42. C. Vlney 40, M. Tompklns 40. L. Scott 40. C. Morris 37. M. Bcc-lt 35. D. Seltxer 35, M. Jar- ret 32. If. Rannard 31. L. -McKlnnon 30. P. Taylor 26, Tiller H, 3. Mc.N'ulty 23. Class average Grade X Commercial, Geography. B, Jones 83, M. Horn 72. Average Geography, X. S. Insram SO, J. Moscovlch SO, O. Morrison ES, P. Blunt S3, L. Dunham 87. M. Sherlock SC, B. Wlsegarver Si. S. Turcolte SI. S. Hargreaves SO, A Altfcen 78, I. KInp TC, G. Lathrop I McDonald 55. C. Sang SI. D. Maclead 1. C. Nelson 55, H. Cress 60. V. Hul- I on 45, V.'. Srinondi 41, a Olande Dlcsoul 31. Average "SOMi CALM" MADIBOS. N.J.. Leader, a two-moctha-oM Guernsey bull calf, TH told al auction htre to- day for to a new rec- ord for any inlnual ol Its breed. Oata Faraj and Bancroft, both of Muiachusetla, combined to make tbe puroliaje, paying above previous record. The ciU II a son of rlus out of Langwaier iS'ancy. a cow that produced pounds of milk, nonlaining 1.011.66 pounds of butur fat, In a year, a rec- ord lhat hai been exceeded by only three Guernsey cows, it was armouno- ed before the sale. The auction today, which WM at Florham Farms, raeulted In the trans- fer ol S3 Guernseyi, Including show champions and the hlgheil producing blood lines of the breed. It wai said, for a lotal of S1S0.275. an average of apprcilmalely a bead. TERRIBLE AGONY "FFUll-j-tlws" Alone Him Quick Relief Bucilogham, Que., May SrJ, 191J. "For years, I suffered terribly from Severe Htatfactei ar.d Indigcl- lion. I had belching gal from Ihi Ktomach, and I hid chronic Const! PA- lion. I tiled remedial but nothing did Eood. Finally, f friend aiviiid I took tMi grind fruit medicine and Ik made me well. To everyone who DM miserable health Constipa- tion andlndigeition and BadStomach, I Bay take and you will get ALBERT VAKSEIt. Me. i boi, 6 for (2.60, trialilie26s. AtdealersorsealpostpildbyFmlt-v lives Limited, Ottawa, Out. M. Ostlund 71. Granl 71, R. Gal- 1 hralth 72, T. Blcfcell 71. V. Gray 70, D. SanuqulEt 69. M. Klion 6S. K. NIcholi 6R, A. Gretn Cl, 'B. Balderson 60. J. Thomson 59, A. Davidson 59, G. man 50. Ij. Simpson 58. L. Morris 53, K. Harvey 67, J. Van Haarlsm 66, II. nee. d a He has also been appolnt- commlssloner. Under the L_, LOCAL REP.: W. DUGUID, 933 7TH St SOUTH' LETHBR1DQE, at Ihe last aesslon ot the legls- alurs to deal with disputes between municipalities as lo Indebtedness In- urred In connection Tfllh Ihe influen- a In most cases the municlpallUe. re settling these without any dlffi- ully, but about bill a dozen appllea- lons have been made to the minister f health to send oul a commissioner o nettle disputes, and Mr. Martin will etl with the'se cases under this .Iso In the norlhern part ol Ihe pro- Another commissioner will be ippointed to deal with applications rora tbe southern part of tho pro- vince, r The minister says wilh reference lo municipalities -who have difficulties as lo subdivisions, that the intention 1, to appoint a sufficient number o( commissioners to deal with all easel In proTlnce, and to clem tie whole situation up. This procedure la comparatively Informal, will not coil the municipality much and the commissioners under this acl clothed with prelty drastic riowert. The minister cites Spruce Grove municipal district as a startling Illue- Irnllon of the necessity of such drastic action. This dls'lrlcl look tax enforcement proceedings, obtain- ed an order, -transferred lands, and (hen upon appeal, the lax'enforce- pent proceedings were upael R'nd the council llnd themselves In thii pbil- without authority, obtained money lor hem, and Iho purchasers refuse to ake their money back and relransfpr, and endless UllgalUm will HVely en- ue, unless Ihe district makes uppll- alion lo llie commissioners, who have full power to clear Ihe whole mailer up on sane and equitable linos. In the caso of a dispute between municipalities ns lo who should pay for certain Indebtedness Incurred In connection with lite. Influenza epldem- c Ihoy should forward n request lo Ihe minister lo have a commissioner settle Ihls dispute. Sifth request should be senl as, soon fi! possible, nnd in any case, must be .sent In not later than Ihe 1st. of July. This pro- vision Is madejbecause It seems de- sirable' Hint ft'l disputes of this kind should bo settleil ,aj soon as and payments made, as no.good ob- ject can ho served by allowing these disputes to run on t'npt. Donglh.1 1'. Slewnrl. Klngslon, has been npnolnlnl demobilization paymaster ol Mllllnry 'District No. X. S. Trcssldcr'a grocery sloro find Klicllior'ji barber filiop. Lindsay, was by ihlevcs. Sunday night.. CnllUrUD. 201- eyes, 153; nose, 108; glands, 118 ears 30 Professor Osier, recently ao dressing Ihe Academy ol Medicine In London. Ensland, said: "If 1 wsr oalied whetUeV: more 'physical .deler oration was produced by alcohol l.Bhonld say by fectlve teeth." H school trustees are In any douct as lo Ihe beneficial result of the In- Bpectlon of their school by a nurse inspector, they are advised to -write the secretary-treasurer ol any scnooi tbua far Inspected. Tbere were only four- such nurses heretofore Qualified. They Inspected a number of schools last year, and this, among others, Coaldale Consolidated, Crystal Lake, Pioneer, elc., near LethbrUee; Scollfleld Consolidated, Rainbow, Key- alone and others, near Youngslown; Killlam, Poplar Park. Asnuilh, etc al near Klllam; Vermilion Cenlre. New MannTllle, Bowling Green, etc., at or near Vermilion. villages are now co-operating wllh ins tnialeei of Ihe surrounding dlslrlcls 10 that a nurse may be stationed to conduct child welf.ro work and lo in- apect Ihe schools and give health talks In every district. The mirUsler ot health has found lhat while the fee of from 110 to ISO, according lo at- lendance, is considered very reason- able as to rural school districts, the uralght maximum charge of 120 per room In Ihe towns and vl lagcs, Is In the j sealed package room in iiic considered and Ihe minister aerees that II Is excessive. He has therifore wrlllen all parties interest ed and stated lhal lor- their effort In co-ordinating Ihe work that to any lOTm or Tillage thafnetMren awpern tlon of at least ten rural nchool d i Irlcts- Ihat Is, an and fur nlshlng transporUtlon for the mine he -will allow such or TllUge a deduction, and Ihe .mount such to-r" or Tlllase will he retired to pay w he hut J20 for Ihe lint room and for each other room. Thus, In a five room vIllMC or town school the par ment will bo not Tho mln Istcr holds that he.can observe Ih ilalute by glvInB the'trustees B re celrit for the remaining tor cerrlcei rendered the department, and simi- larly In all cases, no matter what is the numuer ol rooms. II should be tlenrly understood, however, lhat no mine will be placed at any centre to do child wellftro worlt, eicopl In con1 necllon with school Inspection. H la hoped that Ihe eight graduating mirses will commence work next .Mon- day The average parent In the pror- Incc Is "live to Ihe neccsslly of thor- ough Inspection of all school children lest onn of his children may ho the deakmale to a child afflicted wllh a communleahle or. other disease. In some school districts It has been found lhal Ihere are 40 ralepayen, hul only a tav children attending ichool, there- fore the minimum fee of 110 and therefore Iho cost lo each rate- payer U but 25 cents. It acorns quite clear as to any trustee who