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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JU 1-1......'; . PAGET F B,r r ^ '>; - J \ Sa.flt-Salvador, Salvador, ^j^'itWBpapers of'thjsVclty declare t.Bat no fewer than?on Puddintfo and liUno Mange, All grooers sell it. , 2/5, 10t 20 pound tins and "Perfect Seal'T Quart Jars. Write for free Cook Book. THE OAMDA STARCH CO. LI�Ke(l MONTREAL. 7 ? ? LAST TIME 10c-25c OGDEN PICTURES " PRESENTS ? MAN. LEGISLATURE TO MEET JAN. 17. Wnnpeg, Jan, 2.-It was deeded in cabinet council today to assemble the member** of the legislature in session on January 17. .This.will be the third session of the 15th legislature. niin term of Manitoba legislature may not extend beyond four-years.. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? A A ** > a a a a a a * 1 + V LL1AN WALKER Darling of the-Screen LUST :he Ages imderful Acts.; An extra-[inary Photo-Drama TEST V/EEKLY AND KER COMEDY. - COUGHS WASTE ENERGY Careful physicians always point out that every cough wears human strength and tears down the body's resistive powers. The reason Every record over established in tiio history of Southern Alberta ho far as the annual break up of the riveT is concerned, hps been smashed by the present unprecedented weather which 1 has broken the ice in all tho rivers. Old timsrs ate putting dawn the new record in their book: ^'January 1, 1918. Ice broke and started moving out of tho Old Man Elver at Lethbridge." With the thermometer standing at GO degrees and even higher, and n strong Chinook blowing, tho prairies between the mountains and Grassy Lake have been practically swept of snow and the resultant water has poured in to the rivers and couleea, raising the' water to an unheard of height for this season. The ice started breaking on Sunday at Macleod, and on New Year's Day ha'd piled up to a height of 30 feet against the C. P. R. bridge at West Macleod, taking out two bents. Traffic, however, is not held up as light trains'are being taken over and the line kept open. All Broken Now On New Year's Drfy the ice started breaking here, and. reports from tho powerhouse today "are that it is all broken and moving out rapidly. This smashes by 43 days the record established in February. 1916, when the river broke on February 12th. The early break-up then was followed by very muddy water for several days resulting in a typhoid epidemic when 100 cases were reported and 10 deaths. Sanitary Inspector Vallance stated to the Herald this morning that, he had not completed a test of the city water but would be in a position j it is a more complete food i a better balanced ration. Shredded Wheat Biscuit contains the entire wheat grain prepared in a digestible form. It is 100 per cent, frhole wheat boiled in steam, drawn into porous, filmy shreds and baked crisp and brown. Two of these crisp little loaves of baked whole wheat with milk make a nourishing, satisfying meal. Made in Canada. mervillc was olooled mayor here to-! A bylaw for the abolition dfv-pf^ dav by Son majority in one of the hot-lerty qualification to hold munlcli ., ! test election* here in some years, office was defeated by a vote Of? v$?, creamy fob-! rebuilds the tissues to avert bronchitis and lung trouble. Scoff'* is medicinal-food. Scott & Bowie, Toronto. Ont , 17-36 probably by tomorrow. In the meantime people will be well advised to boil all water used for drinking pur-noses. Rush Filtration Plant The early and unseasonable breakup has beaten the city filtration plant to It. It had been expected that the plant would be in operation in plenty systematic*management at as low a cost as possible, so that the government may through closer organization in some of the moat important departments of the public service, increase its efficiency and at the same time effect a lower cost of administration. The quest:on of public highways, also, will be given attention, with a view to sm-rrvision. and molern medical methods should be available even in tne outlying portions of tho provinc for the benefit of present as well coming generations. Another vexed question lias been the voluntary method of raising money for the patriotic fund. The province as a whole ha* done remarkably well, but, as under most voluntary systems, a limited number of people have borne the major portion of the burden. The government, realizing the necessity of relative equality of giving, is making provision to grant $900,000 to this fund on behalf of the people of the province, and to that end will impose a tax which will carry out av system of equality in this Patriotic duty. Another result of this method will be, that the field of private contributions will be left open to the work of the Red Cross society, and other causes so worthy of support. CHARLES STEWART, Premier of, Alberta. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE BY-LAW No. 313 of time to meet the spring floods, but! creating a higher standard of service no winter floods were contemplated. The low lift pumps, which are manufactured and whlcfi" have been shipped by the factory are tied up in some | railway embargo across the line and no one knows when they may arrive. Mayor Hardie suggested Uiis morning ; that it is possible that a centrifugal pump may he borrowed until the proper pumps arrive. In that case filtered water may be available s"hoi*tly. The ice men are looking glum to- BARA'S GrealoreQn success Tv___L A. Mas j can Vers ally Fam' iodejrnl zed Amer ^s; "later nation- 'ALSO Ml4_|^ BURKE In GL0R Screa Sho Funny L-KO he .Money. ' i 7 am beihg welcomed into every home in the land than has hitherto been found possible. Liquor Question. TheVe are two great social and economic questions which the government purpose giving very close attention: One the liquor question, has been the subject of a provincial referendum; but in view of the limitation of the constitutional powers of the province it was not possible to completely enforce the effect of the popular vote. Now, however, the provincial government, having obtained the necessary co-operation of the Dominion government, it will be possible to-enforce the will of the people on this question. Public Health The other: That of public health, has been a source of great difficulty in all comparatively new countries, owing to settlements being scattered over great areas. There is no question, however, either social or economic, more important to any country than the matter of public health. It is essential that proper medical NEW REPU Petrograd, Jan. 1.-A new republic has been set up in the Black Sea territory with Novoro-ssysk as the capital. A coalition cabinet, including constitutional democrats, have been formed. Delegates from Ukraine to the constituent assembly will arrive in Petrograd tomorrow. No effort was made to open the assembly today. Belngla By-law of the City of Lethbridge to provide for the borrowing upon debentures the sum necescary to pay for the purchase and installment of an Electrical Turbo Generator and/ Electric Light Equipment. WHEREAS bv Section Four (4) of Title XXIV. of the Lethbridge City Charter, the City of Lethbridge has power to pass this By-law, and WHEREAS the Council have deemed it necessary to purchase and in^.all an Electrical Turbo-Generator and electric light equipment, and provide for the installation and erection of the same and for engineering and superintendence, and for such legal printing and advertising expenses in connection with this B^-law and for discount on the sale of the debentures to be issued, and WHEREAS it has been estimated that it Willi.be necessary to borrow the sum of Seventy Thousand Three Hundred and Twelve dollars and fifty cents ($70,312.50) for the . purpose hereinbefore set forth. WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to raise for that purpose by wayy of a loan on debentures, the sum dt Seventy Thousand Three Hundred and Twelve dollars and fifty cents ($70,-312.50) and that the same shall be repayable in Nine (0) years by>a_nual payments, bearing interest annually at the rate of six (6%) per cent per annum, and shall be payable as to principal and interest in annual install-inients during a period of Nine (9) ill payments; such debentures may bev expressed either in Canadian currency or Sterling money of equivalent value as provided by the Currency Act as the Council may by resolution direct, / | and shall bear interest at the rate of six (6%) per cent per annum and as to both principal and interest may be made payable at the Bank of Montreal in London England, or at the chiet office of the said'Hank in the City of Montreal, in the city of Toronto or the | city of Lethbridge in the Dominion of Canada, or at the chief office of the said bank in the city of New York in the State of New York in the United States of America, or any other place or places in Canada, Great Britain or the United States as the Council may by resolution direcC and such debentures may contain any clause providing the registration: thereof and authorized by the Lethbridge City Charter. The said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the City of Lethbridge and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk and the coupons, if any, shall be signed by the City Clerk and signatures on the Coupons may be lithographed or engraved. In addition* to all other "amounts there shall be levied and collected in each year for "riine (9) years during the currency of the said debentures on all the ratable property of the City of Lethbridge by special rate or rates sufficient therefor the following sums for the payment of the interest and a sufficient portion of the principal ii i �>J. � What the Press Agents Say T TWO NIGHTS STARTING NEXT 9 A ULLOUCH AND EVANS OFFER (FOR.THE FIRST TIME IN CANADA) THE NEW HEART-INTEREST PLAY OF LOVE AND DEVOTION Rosarv A W ^ A SEQUEL JO "THE ROSARY" With the Distinguished Attor FRANK IRESON AND A CAPABLE SUPPORTING COMPANY W PLAY ENDORSED BY PU^LfC, PRESS AND PULPIT. i - n Picture SEAT SALE- OPENS AT THEATRE OFFICE. Prices $ 1,75c, 50c .2 I M. u ***** K j _ AT THE MAJESTIC The most delightful attraction seen at the Majestic, theatre for some considerable time will be Edward Childs Carpenter's wonderfully appealing story "The Cinderella Man,"- which will be offered for three nights starting tomorrow, Thursday, .witjh a special matinee SaturdayJThe star is Mae Marsh, the enormously popular arid youthful artist who has scored em-phatlfc successes in "Intolerance" and 'The Birth of a Nation." . __:_____;_ / AT THE 0RPHEUM The moving picture revival of "East Lyune," as produced by the master organization of Willi am Pox, adheres closely to the dramatic perfection of the old stage favorite, but brings all the power of the motion picture realism and an all-star cast into play to make "East Lynne" never before achieved. Theda Bara, whose parts as beautiful ViUainess are well known to movv ing picture audiences, in this film, reaches the height of her emotional. ? ? ? v >. ? > *> �> > > �> �i* �t interested in promoting the passing of r* l ' r l �� I 'A I V'-1 -- ^ I:? 4 y U - h j i - b required so that by the payment of j this By-law and a like number on be- Every year from Consumption, Millions could have been saved If 3nly common uensg prevention, had been used in tlio firat stage. If YOU iliE a Suflferer from Asthma, Broa-ihitis, Catarrh, Tleurisy, "Weak Lungs, Cough ar.d Colds-all Di3-, eases leading np to Consumption- Tuberculosis. YOU ABE "Interested in Dt, Strandgard'a T. B. Hodicine. Write for Testimonials and Booklet. DR,. STUANDdABD'S " ftXEDICnrE CO., 263-265 YonRo Stroet, Toroato. S A Full Line of 7 - v. NIGHTS STARTING THURS. ^ PI i S GbUDWYNr-l v - SPECIAL ^ MATIN 1>J 1} SATURDAY t __ T - FUL PICTURI2ATION: OF OLIVER MOROSCO'S tLi t'.ir PHENOMENAL BROADWAY SUCCESS l - i *i A . I- - - i ��- i 4 *L k, K -I- J I - 1 r - --1 -V *> _ i I . WITH AN ALL STAR CAST �OF. P.RINCIAPLS HEADED BY . -THE YOUTHFUL BY EDWARD CHIL DSVCA6P.ENTER .1* _- hr ,1 1_ - *- ,v j AND uROINE .0F '"INTOi-ERANCE" " h.nV 0F A NATIONSW; , v Saturd ONE OF THE CLEANEST, MOST DELIGHTFUL AND WHOLESOMEyjSTORIES EVER TOLD. 141 5Qc. 35c, 25c dulje 25c; Xhiiareh^lOo,  _ - ^ MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT Y WM. Fi DEMUZEY .: 4\1 4" - _ v _ v f. mm - h T - Carried 1110 SIXXH,AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 796 ^_. 1 - - - i -s - _ We wish to ; announce that Peter LeValley and L. I. Nichol-son have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and will conduct, sales' any where in the province. The best of >vorkman- ship and,satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. r - v - vFQrjiBale&atesjvphone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business/ UYALLEY AND NICHOLSON principal and interest the whole amount of the principal and interest slyill be paid off In Nine (OKyears, and WHEREAS the amount of the assessable property of the City of Lethbridge according to the last revised assessment roll is $17,244,555.00 and the rateable portion thereof is $11,-86G.39S.00, and WHEREAS the amount of the existing debenture debt of the City of LeUhbridge, exclusive of Lfocal Improvement debts secured by special, assessments, amounting to One Mil-1 lion Four Hui/dred and Thirty-nine thousand, eight hundred and fifty-two dollars and twenty-six cents ($1,439,-852.26) and no part of theprincipal or interest thereof is in arrears. NOW THEREFORE the Council oe .the City of Lethbridge, enacts as follows : The Council may borrow on the credit of the City of Lethbridge the sum of Seventy Thousand three hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents ($70,312.50)^required by the purpose hereinbefore referred to, and debenture of the City of Lethbridge shall be Issued'for the sum or sums to be borrowed in*one debenture or in one consecutive, issue*, and bearing consecutive numbers in such sums as may be deemed expedient for the payment of the interest and such portion of the principal of each debenture as will make jthe full amount of the principal and interest payable with interest payable at the rate of six J6%) per cent per anmhn in1 Nine (9) consecutive equal annual payments, such principal and interest to be payable annually on the fbrst day of February in each-year during Nine (9) years; svfch debentures shall be made up of the proportion of the principal sums of the said debentures and the interest at the,rate of six (6%) per cent per annum upon the principal money remaining from time to time unpaid, so that the said principal sum and interest shall be pa^ imnine (9) consecutive equal annual No. Date Due V -' Original Loan v........... �Feb. 1st, 1919 L Feb.  1st, r920: lstj 1921 1st, 1922/ 1st, 1923- .... Feb. 1st, 1924 Feb. lst> 1925, 1st,-1926 .... 1st, 1927 half of the persons interested in the opposing of this By-law. The City Clerk shall attend at his office in the City of Lethbridge on the 10th day of January, A, D. 1918, at the. hour of ten "o'clock in the fore- � r noon to sum up the number of votes for and against the Bylaw. This By-law shall take effect on the day of the final passing thereof. The votes of the burgesses duly qualified to vote on this By-law shall be taken on the 9th day of Januaj'y, A. D. 1918 at the following solaces in the City of vLethbridge, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and eight o'clock fla the afternoon, viz.: ' ' � (a) For the portion of the City, lying North of the Canadian Pacific Railway at the Gymnasium'Building of the Westminster. School, by Harry bawson v/ho 1b appointed � Deputy Returning Officer to take the votes. (b) For that portion of the City lying South of the Canadian PacificJ Railway at the Central School Building, by D. Sydal, who is appointed Deputy Returning Officer to take the votes. y Read a first time this 17th day of: December, A. D. 1917. -W. D, L. HARDIE, Mayor.; DONALD A. DUFF, - City Clerk. ' I^ead a second time this, 17th day 'of; December, A. D. 1917. \ I W. D. L. HARDIE, VMayor.v DONALD A. DUFF; oity; Clerk. . Read a third time and passed this.. ****** d&y of ##*_r**** **'*�* A. X)/1 * * > v - 1 - 1* 1. f. 1. � � i: 1^. y h - j i J * V- .1- ti \ - - ' t ' Mayor. * *  4 * City Clerk. . , Schedule1 "A" of the City of Lethbridge in Seventy ^Thousand, three hundred and twelve dollars , and^ fifty cents ($70,312.60) in Equal Annual Instalment of Interest andV Principal: Boiid of 9 Equal annual payments at 6 per cent interest. -  ^ \ -1- ' j 4 Vi> >j-:l& * 1 � -i 7 - Interest ?Balance--:^-^ 5 4 - _ 4* �Feb. �Feb, Feb. * * * * * #  * *  # f -Feb. �Feb. * � � * * > � 4,218.75 3,851.63. 3,462.47 ^ 3,049.97 2,612.72 . : 2,149.23 1,657.94 l,137;i6 585.13 . ,7,287.63,; ;io,3'37: 8,188^27 .10,337.50 ^,632.27#' 8,679.66 ; 10,337;50 ;i8,952;7^r^ 9,200*34 / 10,337,50 9,762.37 1 � \ 10,337.50 ,9,752.37> \ ,;io,337.5o; $22,725.00 . $70,312.50 y t * NOTICE NOTN?E is Jiereb'y giygn ^lat^the^ above is a. true , cdpy pfc^; p^opos^di By^-la^hich has-beehj^Sau^u^and 1 J i. 'Council event after j r i tion HeraJd 0127 ;