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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 10) S THE LETimniDCE DAILY HERALD PAGET FI REPORT 2500 D[l AT San- Safvador, Snivador, Jan. 2, ~NtWBpapars of this city tieclnrc that no fewer than '2,600 peoiile lost their llvsG In the Onutemala enrthqunko. E.sriy reports en tho Gnutcmola onrthquakc, which began Christmas Day, declared the loss of life was heavy, some estimate* reaching 1,000. A Guatemala City dispatch of Docembsr 31, however, said that only a few persons had been UlKcd. MM GOVT. Ilegliin, .Tan, a.- I ton. A. Turgeon, Bniikntclieivnn atlonioy general will no leave the .Sapkntchov/nn govern-iiK It, to go on Um bench. The Can-ail Ml I'l-ess waa dBfinltoly infprmcd till tile rumor Mr. Tnrgoon woulfl till a judgo^hii) Is no!; founded on fiw Mr. Tnrscon wllhtn the last fo\ weokM wau offered the po.sitlon of fli Juatle.o of (he court ot King's I5e li but declined. CROWNJRAND^ GORN^SmiP -on l!re�d instesd ofbntlcr. -OB Piiddin|i and llUno M(0 : ? ? ? COUGHS WASTE ENERGY Careful physicians always point out that every cough wears human strength and tears down the body's resistive powers. The reason COTT^ ENOLSIOH. is always best for coughs is thai it peculiarly soothes the tender membranes while its rich, creamy food rebuilds the tissues to avert bronchitis and lung trouble. Scott'B is medicinal-food. Every reeord ever estahllHlicd In tlm hlHlory of Southern Alhertu, ho far as (he iinnunl brealt up ot the rivers In concorncti, Iti's Ijcen stnaidied Ity the lireneiit unprecedented weather wliioli has broken the leo in all the rivers. Old tlnL-jr-i arc puttlns dowri the new record In their bonk; -".lauuai-y 1, 1!)1H. Ice l)roke and starled mov.ln�r out or the Old Man River at LothbrldRe." With the tliorniomeler HtandlUK at (10 (legrees and even lilglK'r, and a Rtronj; (dilnook blowluK, the pralrle.s between the mountains ami Ornsay Lake have been jn'actieally swept of nnotv and tho resultant water lias poured in to the rivers and coulee;!, raising the' water to an unheard of bolKht for this season. The ice started brealclng on Sunday at Maclood, and on New Year's Day lia'd piled up to a height of 30 feet against tho C. P. It. bridge at Weal Macleod, taking nut (iwo 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 Otfy lh(> ice startiid breaking hero, and. reports from the powerhouse today are that It Is all broken and moving out rapidly. This ania-sliea by IS days the record established in February, I'.i'iC,, when the river broke on Feliruury I2th. The early lireak-up then was followed by ver.v muddy water for several days resulting in a typhoid epidemic when 100 cases were reported and 10 deaths. 15anltary Inspector Vallance stated to the Herald this morning that he hail not complclod a test ot the city v.ater but would be in a position tn give tho public definite information probably by tomorrow. In the moan-liino people will be well advised to lioll all watsr used for drinking pur-V.'>se : : : WELL KNOWN POET DEAD ? ? ? ? ? o Ottawa. Jan. 1.-Dr. Wilfrid Campbell, LL.D., F.R.^.C, the Canadian poet, died at his home at Cityview, today. He was 51! years ot age and was a native of Berlin, now Kitchener. ? ? ? ? ? Belngia By-law of the City of Loth-bridge to provide for the borrowing upon debentures the sum necessary to pay for the purchase and installment of an Electrical Turbo Generator and/Electric Light Equipment. WHEREAS by Section Four (4) ot Title XXIV. of the Lethbridge City Charter, the City ot Lethbridge has power to pass this By-law. and WHEREAS the Council have deemed it necessary to purchase and Ins'.ail an Electrical Turbo-Generator and electric light cquiiimeiit, 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 ^^^;-law and for discount on tho sale ot the debentures to be issued, and WHEREAS it has been estimated that it wllNbe necessary to borrow the sura of Se^^nty Tliousnnd Three Hundred and Twelve dollars and fifty cents (?70,312,r>0) for tho - purpose hereinbefore sot forth. WHEREAS it, is deemed expedient to raise for that' purpose by way; ot a loan on debentures, the sum df Seventy Thousand Three Hundred and Twelve dollars and fifty cents ($70,-312.,50) and that the same shall be repayable in Nine (H) years by.-ahnual payments, bearing interest annually at the rate of six (6%) per cent per annum, and shall be iiayablo aa lo principal and interest In annual install-i nionts during a period ot Nine (9) years, such annual jviyments IJeing in such respective amounts that the ag-gro.:;ate amount payable in each in-stalinieut ot principal and Interest in respect ot the said debt shall be as nearly as possible equal to the amount so -payable in each ot the nine (9) annual payments of the said period as per Schedule "-V attached, and WHEREAS the amount ot the Loan required for the above purchase is Seventy Thousand Tlireo Hundred and Twelve Dollars and fifty cents payments; such debentures may bo expressed either In Canadian currency or Sterling money of equivalent valuo as provided by tho Currency Act aa the Council may by resolution direct, and shall bear Interest at the rate ot six (07u) per cent per annum and as to both i)rincipal and Interest may be made payable at the Bank of Montreal in London Pingland, or at the chief office ot the said Bank in the City ot Montreal, in the city of Toronto or tho city of Lethbridge in the Dominion ot Canada, or at the chief office of the said bank in the city ot Now York in the State ot New Y'ork in the United States ot America, or any other place or places In Canada, Great Britain or the United States as the Council may by veaolullon direct, and such debentures may contain any (dause providing tho registration thereof and authorized by the Lethbridge City Charter. The said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of tho City of Lethbridge and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk and tho coupons, it 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 tor liine (9) years dncing the currenc.v ot the said debentures on all the ratable property of the City ot Lethbridge by special rate or rates sufficient therefor the toUowing sums tor tho payment of the interest and a sufficient portion of the principal each year so that the full amouht of principal and Interest will ho paid in Nine (9) years. The sum to be raised annually for the payment of interest and the portion ot principal required shall bo Ten Thousairtl Three Hundred and Thirty-seven Dollars and Fifty Cents ($10,3:17.50.) Tho Mayor shall attend, at his office In tho City ot Lethbridge at Ton O'clock in the forenoon ot the Sth day ot January, A. D. 1918, and, it roqueat-ed, shall appoint two persons to attend ut the final summing up of tiio votos, ($70,312.50) the sum to bo raised annually tb pay/ interest at tiio rate of i and one person to attend at each poll-six (G7^) percent per annum and that j ing place on behalf of the persona / Every year from Consumption, .UiUioLB could have been saved it only common seneq prevention, had been used in tlic first stage. H rOU :VEB a Sufferer from Asthma, Bron-.ihitis, Catarrh, fleurisy, AVeak Lungs, Cough acd Colds-all Dia-. eases leading np to Ccnaumptlon-^ Tuberculmis, YOJJ ABE -intereatod in Dr. Strandgard's T. B. Modjcine. Write for Testimonials and Booklet. DK. BTHANDOAKD'S MEDIOINT! 00^, 263-205 Yonga Stratt, ToroDto. AT THE OnPHEUM The moving picture revival ot "Bast Lynne," as produced by tho master organization of William Fox, adheres closely to the dramatic pavtectlon of tho 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 Barn, whose parts as beautiful vlllalnesa are woU known to mov-. Ing picture audiences, in this film, reaches the height of her emotional. A Full Line of Fish Poultry and Meats Carried Mariow's l^eat Market 1110 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 796 portion of tlie principal which shall bo reqnircd bo that by the payment ot principal and interest tho wholo amount of the principal and interest slMiil be paid off in Nine (9)'years, and WHERE.\S the amount ot 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,-8(iG,393.00, and WHEREAS the amount ot tho existing debenture debt ot the City ot Ledhbridge, excUi8lve ot Lipcal Ini-proveinent debts secured by special, assessments, amounting to One Million i'our Huifdred and Thirty-nine thousand, eight hundred and titty-two dollars and twenty-six cents ($1,439,-852.26) and no part of the principal or interest thereof is In arrears. NOW THEREFORE the Council of .the City of Lethbridge, enacts as follows : Tho Council may borrow on the credit of the City of Lethbridge the sum of Seventy Thousand three hundred and twelve dollars and titty cents ($70,'J12.50)-required by the purpose lierointfetorb referred to, and deben-tm-c ot the City ot Lethbridge shall bo issued tor tho sum or sums to be borrowed in' one debenture or in one consecutive issue, and bearing consecutive numbers in such suras as may be doomod expedient for the payment ot the interest and such portion of the principal of each debenture as will make the full amount of the principal atid interest payable with interest payable at the rate ot six j,ti%) per cent per nnnviin InNiiiQ (9) conaecutivs equal annual payments, such principal and interest to bo payable annually on the fb-st day ot February in each year during Nine (9) years; such debentures shall be made up of tho projiortlon ot the principal sums ot tho said debentures and tho Interest at the rate of six (C%) per cont per annum upon the principal money remaining from tlino to time unpaid, so that the said pi-iiv olpal sum and Interest shall be pal/f iii\nlne (9) consecutive equal annual interested in pi'omotlng the passing ot this By-law and a like number on behalf ot iho persons interested in the opposing ot 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 ton 'o'clock In the tovo-noon to sum up the number of votes lor and against the Bylaw. This By-law shall take effect on the j day of the final passing thereof. The votes ot the burgesses duly qualified to vote on this By-law shall be taken on the 9th day ot Januaf'y, A. D. 191S at the following \ulacea in 11,n no.. riP ^T.aMiVii.Mcyo Vicf^tnon -flic the City ot Lethbridge, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and oight o'clock ffi ill* afterifoou, viz.; (a) For the portion of the City lying North of tho Canadian Pacific Railway at the Gymnasium' Building pt the W^eslmlnster. School, by Harry Dawson who is appointed Deputy Returning Officer to take the votes. (b) For that portion ot the City lying South of the Canadian Pacific Railway at the Central School Building, by D. Sydal, who is appointed Deputy Returning Officer to take tho votes. Road a Ilrst tirpe this 17th day of December, A. D. 1917. -W. D. L. HARDIB, Mayor; DONALD A. DUFF, City Clerk. l^ad a second time this 17th day ot December, A. D. 1917. >. W. D. L. liAKDIE, \ Mayor. DONALD A. DUFF, -Jity Clerk. Read a third time and passed this ...... day of ......... A. D...... Mayor. City Clerk. Schedule'"A" of the City of Loth-bridge in Seventy Thousand, three hundred and twelve dollars antl fifty cents ($70,312.50) in Equal Annual Instalment ot Interest and Principal Bolid of 9 Equal annual payments at 6 per cent interest. AT THE EMPRESS AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Poter LeVaUey and L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their Interests as auctioneers and will conduct miles anywhere In the province, Tho best ot workmanship and satlBfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phone 3053 or a05 Rural. \ Yours (or business, LaVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneer!. No. Dato Duo Orlglttal Loan .,.......... 1-Fob. 1st, 1919........... ? 4,218.75 2-Feb. iBt, 1920 ........... 3,851.G'i 3-Feb. Ist, 1921........... 3,462.47 4-Feb. lat, 1922/........... 3,049.97 5-Fob. 1st, 1923........... 2,612.72 C-Feb. l-st, 1924........... 2,149,23 7-Feb. lat, 1925 ........,,. 1,657.94 8-Feb. Ist,-1926........... 1,137.16 9-Feb. lat, 1827 ........... 585.13 Interest Principal Amount ? 6,118.76 6,485.87 -6,875.03' 7,287.63 7,724.78 8.188,27 8,679.66 9,20()�34 9,752.37 ?10,.'137.50 = 10,337.50 . 10,337.50 10,337.50 10,337.50 10,337.50 10.337.50 10,337.50 10,337.50 Balance Principal Outsta'ndlng $70,312,50 ?04.'193.75' 67.707.88 50.S32,85 43,545.32. 35v820.54 27,632.27 18.952.71 ? 9.752,37- 5^1(22.725.00 NOTICE NOTipB is hereby given that the above is a true cdpy ot a proposed, By-law Avhlch has been Introduced and which may be tinaUy i^sseiV hy the Council In tho event of the uaseht of the burgesses bolng ohtft^necl thereto, after one month from the first publication thereof In the "Lethbridge Heri^)d" a uewapapor pub,ll�h( will'bo/ �held between tji'i 4i,m; andj. 30707472 ;