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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ,-f AGR TRN DAILY MAUCH ill? (From Our Own CurreJpandchO ''cirdslon." Kb. 28, The annual .-meeting of Iho board o trade i mis ic'A In the town council chambers. I'eb 26th wllh-only n Wr attendance The annual report by J. Ihe retiring president, was read Jpn" received Hip nearly of drew llir, attention of .the "board to tho need lor Keeping our -iioiiev for oilier purposes than nmuic St.' while Die world war was hi: ro ireW nud therefore EUiRfitcd uayeiliug Bliows M discouraged (ron hero. EIccHonol' officers was Vllh, and J. C. Calioon J- Vllh, an a 0 nominated 'for president. Tho hst named demurred its he bad sencd iffecretary and ..resident W the J. ml could "lime this year elected and n '-'-T tO for Ihia district as far known, was one of tho first lo ciillst, nml shorllv ader arriving at Sslls- bury (inudl plain, ho received a kick from a liorsc, breaking his les. He v.-n's out of the liuspilil only a. few days, when he was kicked by another Lo'rs'e, breaking ils leg again. He- covcrhiE; from Ihls lie was acnt to 3 ..iniinsgs.ro. ou duly. A few diys after Ion forllna district as far as m (hc _____ with bU many duties Um3 fl cd nut-town liresslng. t klllluff several women uud ichildren N. W. Burl was elected vicc-presl- lvcl, n uolttD silocli. wss tnV anil G. P. Calnicross. to hospital and'.has only now heel with ilie old treasurer, C. A. as vintjffor furlher duly foraalnlnB'liKlliai Foslliou. Uud Invalided home. 1'ele says. Ml'present I'lodeed therasehes to tufcan't'do anything yet.1 give' their unstinted supBori Rc vm }K jjjcleod'for n Unit (Vrgiaizallon and it was i a nC Will ICLIIJIIi j when be thinks he will regain strength bn all that there was much to be doiio jihis year.for.tlie benefit of our couu- w K.C., is in Cal "try and district. p gary on legal, business. of three, J. Card, E.I' Fljn[ prlncipill or ihc high N. Darker and Pilling, was bss resigned to. look after his lilted to drafi an advertising; fold- He. com.- giving .accurate data concerning tatm is best comer of Alberta Burner, of Ewclme, .and sec- ;iven an order In Toronto on August 1916, thai Ihls should he done. He Iclloved tint far too mnny cases wero being sent lo elvll hospitals there. At times there tad been ns many us 20 cases in civil hospitals who.had no justification for being there. Ills or- der had not been carried out owing lo the conflict of Jurlsulcllou between the hospHftls commission and Hie military aulhorities. The forme'r body ha believed, 'had -endeavored through lo divorce itself from the mil Itaiy authorises. He understood Ilia practically 'nothing' of a u'ennanoii nature in thii matter of hosnllals bad been attempted by the hospital coin im'ESton. This, he said, was natura KS their work temporary and would have lo be lurned over lo the niiliiar utliorlties military-C! -would be necessary lat- 'this best comer of Atoerta T'H J Turner, of Ewcfme, .and sec The matter of public weigh scales r a5Urcr oE school, Is ..-as also discussed: and the location thereof. I H.'Bailey..the. noleil .firmer at Koolenay iliver, has moved with his family to Jlacleod. R Wilson, ihc original Iraile and merchant of Standoff, paid p. busl ness visit to Jlacleod this wceii. David Wilson, a successful rauche and farmer from Standoff West, visit ed Macleod. and reports a fine winte for slock, which are all looking wel snow where water Is froze up also a good supply of feed on Hi around the slacks. :At Fort Sol- w. Riissell of Cranbrook, B. C., ha j- Frorr> taken over, the jewelry business, dierHaS HelUl-nea rrom Llea O'n D; j. J. Harvey, and opene '.'England Up business .March 1st. 31 mnchitaVcn with Macleo ind looks forward lo a very busy se'a- Nelther-'nt-.the tirno lie-made hla tispection :nor at yresenl was Ihcre urficlcnt accommodation, said Col. Ip.rlowe, to retain all the men "in- atlenls" in (he hospitals and a very :ousiderable number of men had to ie treated as "out-patients.'VIIe jWas not prepared'to'admit that'll was iccessary at any time to establish a military'hospital command.; Our Oirn Corrtsponajtill. March passing -..Vibe from .Heir "thorlty in He province oi Alberta, to- Cilbv marts an epoch in the making of for Ihe wyl_, .3 ;NoTeniber VJSIC.'waaTyust 42 "years Eince ihe ar-, "'rival or these noble camo 'vcsl on "a mission of peace and good '-'Wli io men. They lived. iu Iheir 'ienls until their quarlera Twere com- en (he island less than a mile -Mlbwn tho river from the present town Macleod. Fort Macieod it ed 'afier Col. .Macleod, who i7is the '-.ofEcer'comiiiarjdicB Ihe little force at DL BWTCIUU1CL.1, 533.101.33; admioistration of public works, duc'ation, agriculture, nd ?348.346; We will have STORAGE ''FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY. COAL AND DHAYINQ i McLean Transfer Office; Balmoral Block-. Phone 1037 Residence: 524 Seventh St. 8. Phone 1089. New Suits [and itsj Coats; DressSs jatid Silk Dress Goods To hand this iiuikliij; in Keady- a'nd therriiece Cioods Dciiai'tinciits. Latest New York Dresses iii Taliela; Crepe ainl Hiibulai New shades oi new reseda and also llaiiBiug in in-icis.from up itiid uig-gcst iircss'SilUs we've ever Hhown Tijllfetas, In blacky- arid colors. i -r 1 In Fancy Silks we-are .raiiSttjOt Heal hcoti-u lar- taris, Paisleys, Stripes, and all-oVer designs. 7: WaHb striiies, a ijlg range of thp correct colorings. Shantung Silk Value is 500-yards' of this ii'year ago tho ;l prices "were lowest. Get wliiit you require now, as it caimpt be--.I repeated lit this price. HOWMAiSY YA1JDS AT f 'We have now a repreaentnllve'rarile' from five leading Eastern'..riiariufaftur- ers, also -a' splendid1 collection o! the famous Vnncouver .'SUITS range in prices'from >ie.oc ranoe in prices frorq Girls' Wash presses Flat color i Ginghams, .DrllH and Indian Head materials, mido: up-ln .becoming .styles.'. Middy styles'- bljo ''belt- BtyleB.-.'iuid alao tie straight- SJl- Good Values Among Wash, Y :Yisst Color Scotch Glnah'a'ms, Strlpts and 1 "7J. Per yard Fast'Color Scotch Kindergarten Cloth. Per yard....................... White Indian Head (or Middies.. Per French Mercerized. Poplin. -'.'Per 7'50.mcli; Colored Irish j Linen. Sultjnglj ,s7J-j.'. Bedford some DRAYING 'Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. R. Freight Shtdi PHONES "Qlfice........... 1163 Stlblee 10M when-it reassembled here this morn- ing Colonel jlarlowe had made a re- port on Canadian Medical Services on October'25; 191C. He has Been per- forming the duties of assistant direc tor of medical service for military dls Irlct number 2, Toronto. He "believ ed" he still occupied that position- lie" had been asted by ,Gen. Hlghcs to make an Investigation of the medi cal services of the Dominion on Aug ust 14, 1916. He completed his inspec lion on October IS, 10J6; He visited all provinces in Canada and all liosp lals ci cepllon ol one at Halifax. Ills.report contained 26 recommen dation'a emhodyins his conclusions a ter Ihe Ins'pecUon was made. Colonel jlarlowc said his recoii mendntlons relaled lo Ihe question o retufnea EcJdiers Inasmuch as-th Army Jlediial 'Service had .never bee relieved'of'tie duty of caring for re- turned soldiers- Both Chairman Ame and 3. Mlddlebpro were. Inclined to think lhat i large part ol the re- po'rt ;dld riot- .directly with' the luestion. before' the committee and thought "that'the-eiaminallon of Ihe wllness "should be confined lo Ihree recommedallons.- One waa the .SUE- gestlon; that: large military hospitals jb'o'ul.d be'establjabed at various roinls throu'g'h'o'ut Canada. Another was there should be more active co-operi- ilon between the hospitals commission and the army medical services, and a third'was tb.ii .question of increasing the number, of-acilvetrealrocnt cas'is to be handled In the Dominion. Colonel Marlowe declared that at Ihe lime of his Inspection there was only one hospital under Ihe' commis- sion for Ihe care ot active treatment and a large Influx .of. active, treatment cases was eipeclcd from overseas, for such cases not