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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta AiTA., MONDAY, tt, t 4 TONIGHT AT THE LYCEUM THE GREATEST OF ALL COMEDIES y E LklL S 0 F S M M N N This ranibr Ifr months New Yorit All new scenery and a Swede in the title role. Don't miss this at 25c.y 35c., and 5Qc. The company that ever visited the Lyceum or Lethbridge HATS HOSE -26 CENTS Chicago, senat- ors and congressmen are -to receive letters of commendation for. the con- sideration with which they received the Chicago7 delegation of women" who have just returned from bearing the. tariff protest to Washington, aiid se- Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FKESH AND PURE Delivered, Daily. "Our Motto- Cleanliness .andtPurity Cox Son Pfcwe34r P.O. Box 80 The Private Dining Rooms at. .the. are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union A1J White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city, v Lunches from lOc. Meals from 25c. up -.''I'. N; H, MURRAY Prop; veral are to receive of an entirely different character; :Four displeaseo. are dis- seminating congress today that con- gress in. .general is not converrsant with the book of Washington eti- quette; appertaining- to the -rules of "how to treat a woman, -when. she comes to present a petition." they saw us describes; their .official movements. They ducked." jSo-ilrs. E. M. Henderson describes the-deportment of the- mem hers when the women wandered'through the-ca- pitol in search of whom they might address.' ''Chairman. tayne..of the ..ways and means committee, gave orders, 'When these women come here from Chicago, tell them I am put.' i'That is .the way we were to be re- ceived by him. But it happened we''were going by the door of thel committee room Congressman Payne- himself came running out on his way to the elevator. He saw us coming with Congressman and he tried to take to the tall timber, bjit.he was too, late. Mr. Foss called to him that there were some women whom; he would be delighted to- meet and lie had to stand fire'then.. "Speaker ..Cannon, when" he. saw us, said something about the price of hats-we-had on being about sixty dpllars, and so why not stockings six cents higher, .than -the' cents we wear .now. How. can you argue, against things like-that." WER AND WATER PLANTS OF THE PRESENT AT Figures Prepared By Secretary Treasurer Robinson Every Ratepayer Should Read Them Although our tables are Jr. v Crowded at Meal Time our; -large staff of waiters serve Tde Klterta Restaurant Shbj t Orders at aliHours Oliver Block Phone 228 Secretary-Treasurer G. W. Robirf son has furnished the Herald with statements of the present and future electric light and power plants and of the waterworks system as it is and as it will be after the extensions. The statements of the present sys- tems are based on _the actual figures while the future -state these is based upon estimates according to tenders submitted and the engineer's estimates. In view of the voting on the by- laws to approve the erection of the proposed power plant and of the pro- posed extensions to the waterworks, these figures are of great the-general public and should be carefully studied. IN ITS PRESENT STATE. Statement of Electric Light and Power Plant Receipts Jan. 1909. Gross Feb. 1909. .Gross revenue 5.004.82 Less discounts ___.....___ 95049. Fuel............... 677.41 Water Oil Waste 12.10 Kepairs........... 199.03 Sundries 39.20 Beid's salary 100.00 12 -month's expenditure at this rate per-month DEBENTURES Total debenture debt is At 20 years 5 per cent interest Sinking'Fund' Total expenditure Revenue Deficit 717.30 Net revenue, Jan.-Felx Dec. Net revenue for 4 mos. as per auditor's statement "Kevenuej winter mos.... Revenue, months, after deducting 40; per cent Total .revenue for Expenditure JANUARY 1909- Wages I N-ITS STATE Statement of j Electric tight Plant: Estimated Capital Expenditure, and Revenue Receipts Rates new con- sumers it per month.. saving- on op- erating new plant at per month Boilers............ Engine, condenser and: ze-erection Generator, switch- board and motor generator ___......14.449 Transformers- ___... Boiler equipment, crane and station lighting _........... Economizer. Coal conveyor....... Supt, Reid's estimate of .feder system, light extensions, and arc. light ..system. 9.00Q Kerry and proportion fees Total Capital Expenditure Buildings- Total .capital expenditure.... Appropriation. Less--Elec. Plant extensions Less, bal. appropriation Necessary capital -expenditure 30 years ;5 per. cent int. Smking ,fund Annual Debenture expendi-'.. turs ALBERTA Choice Business and Resi- dential Lots This townaite is situated 64 jmles east of the city of Leth- bridge; en the Crows Nest- Pass Division of the C. P. R. -and' ias the celebrated gas well adjoining the town- is a of coal and water. No hivest- 3ient on earth like earth itself. Buy now as prices are- .advancing daily; i. Prices of lots range to according to; location. Special prices for blocks: Terms are one-third cash and the balance payable in six and twelve months'.with interest at six per cent, per annum. For full call or write ;to WADDBLL Bow Island, Alia. ieceipts- Sxpenditure Profit... 5451.12 WE EXCEE IN PRINTING Want, Particular Printing PhceYewlirkFA Tie HenU J4 otbert every rowon to- patronize the Herald, where experiences-has taught them ihat the beet in the art be produced here, tively and promptly. If yoo not ft psfaon of the Job Department, let on your next work STATEMENT OF WATERWORKS SYSTEM In Its Present on Fig- ures, Dec. 31, 1909 Receipts Gross earnings, Jan. Feb. Mar. Flat rates Discounts 343.95 One month Water carriers 75.00. Meter- rates 900.85- Month revenue Net revenue -per Expenditure '131 One .month, wages including. extra -sal- ary, to TfJOOd; 460.00 ?pwer-.............. 647.90 lepairs 93.51 Sundries 57.47 Total expenditure Net earnings In Its Future tal Expenditure and Revenue to Dec. 31, 1109 Receipts Rates from'140 new.- house .connections as per ex- tensions- One-thhJrd 'of the engineer's estimat-' es on extensions for 1909........... 953.00 Capital Expenditure Extfras on stand- Pipe Wells and galleries less appr. months ex- DEBENTURES TotaV de- benture debt" por- tion of" is Interest Principal Total expenditure New pump C. -M. esti- mate on water- ex- r tensions 19001 Smith, Kerry fees Total debentures at 30 years at 5 per cent. Interest Sinking Fund Expenditure Deficit 770165 G. W. Secretary-Treasurer. IRELAND FOR THE IRISH ;V ME-ET; ME KILKENNY -Washington, C., April land for the Irish; 1910-rMeet me" at With this as their slogan, the friends of -the proposed "Irish Boinergoing'' 1910 want not less than of ttje sons and the. daughters of Erin to make., the- pilgrimage to Ireland then for an industrial revival of that countrry. Backed, it is said, by the ehcourag- ment and support of prominent mem- bers of the Irish race, both in' this country and in Ireland, the project- ed home-going movement to Ireland has assumed such .proportions, that j confidence is expressed in the cess of the undertaking, and.i great'" visitors to the old land that occasion, is expected. The home-1 going will be held guet-and September. HON J. F.SWEENEY TO QET- POSITION Fredericton, April is relia- bly stated there is goon- to be- a change- in the position of Warden of Dorchester penitentiary. Hon. Fran- cis J. Sweeney, General, is said to be in line the position which is worth a year. DURING THE COAL STRIKE We shall be pleased to take orders for prompt delivery of Hardwood Insaoki, It ii economical and the beet for kindling and hurry up cooking. BOYD GOODE CO. Telephone 344 Office Smith Street ;