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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta m fluote articles MeaBHrw at tho same i ftfufct come retaining old and the Un into line with the rchnlcnl attd Vtfcfttloiiil fjftln Opened auth I Canadian Army a special afpen If to orders today It ist Bat the Canadian cidramftnd flzed the dstaftnahment of v nn Vlttiv A ichetne Mrf 85 vocational B tested first by a division andi theri Itended tft all divisions as won as H Is already Mpmtteid Hat advanced students In all dlvls ns may make application to have brk for private Jhlle the presidents report Mr the fst five days operation ot the freld diversity shows gratifying u that period lectures were given to Leven Infantry battalions and threft tench mortar A nortaai talhlng school was opened which Ito classes were a brigade tftff of fbnr Instructors was sent out impart instructions to battalions of me The brigade staff en blled nearly one thousand tak Kg one of the following subjects Ag science and hisdais f It Is expeotsd that shortly classes frill be arranged in pollt cal forestry and worlds fits miles on a ettlar dirt In a race msflt who teated BarMey pldHflldj die his time and In ft trial lap officially Oldfield clipped a off the record by n latlng the mile in 45 26 1 Great Interest is attached to tM adbptl annual performance of the Medlclp wBlillU and Jtiei I Hat Operatic which uWj lottai UIU tot after J place In the Majestic on New to progr The pant achievements of HJf AHBotiin In Bngl 4 society are too well known to iHWd alBOclatloh 4 any further The production it present 4 this year Is an opera whldh order being mart propagandist and s has been deported to ot the Chinese Gilbert oilitor oi was released Shanghai on July promised to refrain tho American government or JrWlOiW wdk o thi American Metf c 166 5tH New e adaption of Metric Decl i and measures as Internal tor afterwar commerce s m me to The past achievements of HUM AlrtotlA in Bftgttttd there Is society are too well known to nWj UroWg aMoclatloh in favor of the any further The productlflft none exists in this year is an opera whldh order to keep touch the has had a tiemendous tneM following wellknown citizens have be laat twenty It has been PtfnHme members of the American As duced in T doen cities In Canada and to one year practically all over the United through Daniel Bydal o Messfs Tains of YorKiltttA who have control of the this IB the most popular opera on tMir This Is not much to be wondwed at The characters are outstanding and the music Is brilliant and easily On this occasion the scen ery by Caldwell promises to be exceptionally fine and the costumes are more elaborate and a great deftl more expensive than anything this Company has ever Percy Schutte Is stage manager and George Stewart will beat his qld post as The company num bers about 60 voices with full orqhes tra and the public may rest assured sffinsra it nan been stated oti the street that I had That our Meetne i IIOAI nwi artnlllrl ror 06fnmlssilonor Free JblhiBlssloner P Shepherd 8 tt Higln mn Chief Roy Simpson Rylanda B p4orman Hudsons Bay attd Oliver of the me have received from the the circular of lhe bureau he Ufa HUU lllo mww that eterythlng that money and care ful rehearsing can do has been Seat plan at Auslnlbola Music TKAVERS From our flwn to and Lachanco on December a 1 Guy Kaitttng left this week for to spend Christmas PMANISDEAO tUO 47 alio metric system In export document 24 Senate 64th Persons interested may consult these The annual meeting of the assocla tion takes place at the llnlveniltyol K the government has according to fttt official will be replaced head of the armies at Salonlkl by Louis Arlolphe who has had te struggle ngninat scr and has remlored great will he caller other duties as soon as rlrcnmsfances per Oulllaeumat arrived at Salonlkl on He Is one of the heroes of the Verdun where ho commanded an army corps which was mentioned In army orders as having distinguished Itself by the methodical precision of Its preparations and the vigor of Its A London dispatch last Wednesday aald that announcement has been made In Athens of the recall of Sar who has been In command in thn east since His succes Bors name was given at that time as The greU French victory at Verdun last summer was under the Immediate leadership by Indifference on your parL I would call your attention to Hie minii vote on tho last electric byjaw I wish to state that what t always sail was our plant was badly out of having 4 of boiler power with deficiency of electrical which is the case It IB anticipated that the earnings of the plant will pay for the nw plant ro plant w quired without further burden on tho ana wnicn BHUWB Tack of interest on the part ot lha rate Yours Commlssionafi 6ARNIN68 Trunk Hallway earnings from December 16 to 21 were increase Til by iw being through Inditf er uj a operation andI dont let it be defeated CITY OF LETHBRIDGE BYLAW 313 of Breonne left for lallfornia this Intend thdwinter 1 Mr Galllford died quite sud lenly ast Sunday He will be lurled In 1 Fred Scott returned this week Jrom where he was In the loopital for some one of the best In the Ottawa died testant general hospital Giornale in an editorial that It refuses to believe In the good I faith of the statement made by testant general vannl expremier and former of after a tew j the that he is He was 54 I now unwilling to see Italy make a Swltzer was a native of The attitude of the near but In UiS cnua hag in hood the family moved to Carletpn where he attended took his CIUIGA u i u political circles as a matter of great le attended HO moment Tne newspaper expresses the Victoria oplnlon that oiollttis object is to nd Bulletin concern is felt by and friends over the strange sudden from u over being separated from his children on Chrlstmaa David an el derly took his own life by illum inating Christmas His dead body was found behind a barricaded door by a brother who went to pay him a yuletido visit during the after Death had apparently occurred arrived and every effort at resusclat n came from three weeks upon debentures the to pay for the purchase and went of an ator and Electric Light WHEREAS by Section Four 4 of Title of the Lethbrldge City ChartelTthe City of Lethbrldge has power to pass this and WHEREASthe Council have od it necessary to purchase and imrali nn Electrical TurboGenera or and electric light ami pro de for the installation and erection of the same and for engineering and supei and for such legal printing and advertising expenses in connec tion with this Bylaw and for discount on the sale of the debentures to bo and th he sum Seventy Thousand Three Hundred and Twelve dollars an fifty rose too s and afterwards studied medi cino at Queens University Toron where he Auction Sale of a Valuable Ranch strengthen himself so that he may obtain a place In power and theft s of went to The missing man early Wednesday wen e w on coming east had cents tor hereinbefore set the purpose rsrat i HnnM nf Vlim 1 In and he In private conVersa tlons has mentioned this Propaganda also is being carried on by Giollttls the Giornale i De Italia point but adds that the probably will await a more promising situation next year in ord Ing has been seen or heard of It will be remembered that Wed nesday evening of last week wasi par ticularly and stormy and as KrlBh sremueiuiu WHEREAS it is expedient to raise for that purpose by way of a loan on the sum of Sev enty Thousand Three fundrd ana Twelve dollars and fifty cents and that the same shall here payable in Nine 9 years by annual bearing interest annually at the rate of sfx per cent per an and shall be payable as to prin clpal and interest lh er to put nis ijum IIILU this connection the newspaper quotes him aa saying The appeal time now Is s liruuuaiug j uum 1 er to put his plan into In i was clad onjy jn an ordinary suit and a light it is feared that he must have como to grief be fore fie could have very He left his overcoatshnd and all his cash in the Krlsh Is a Bohemian and has lived In Coleman with his wife and family of four children for several com ing here from He is described being about 5 6 of light and weighing about 150 Peoples Forum payments such debentures may be expressed either In Canadian currency or Sterling money ot equivalent value as provided by the Currency Act as the Council may by resolution and shall bear interest at the rate Of six per cent per annum and aa to both principal and Interest may tie payable at the Bank of Montreal in London or at the chief office of the aald Bank In the City of in the city of city of Lethbrldge in the n lon of or at the chief office of the said bank in the city New York in the State of New in the United States of or any other place or places Great Britain or the United States as the Council may by resolution and such debentures may contain any clause providing the registration thereof and authorized by the Leth rTho said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the City of Lethbrldge and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk and the if be signed by the City Clerk and natures on the Coupons may be lltbo other there shall be levied and collected iln each year fornine 0 years during annual Install of Nine year Lur lunw the currency ot the said debentureaon all the ratable property of the City Of Lethbrldge by special rate or rates sufficient therefor the following sums for the payment of the interest and i nt tVia The Metric System Although some nothing pertainng to the war or afterwar conditions is being dis areas of under the FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO THE STANDARD TRUSTS COMPANY TRUSTEES AND ADMINISTRATORS AND TITLE 14th 1917 or aiterwar missed without and the development of the movement towards universal weights and measures is re j ceiving I More progress towards the adoption of universal weights and measurea has been made in the past yearthan was made iti the last and this is part of the preparation of ourgreat neighbor to capture European and South American Manufacturers in the United States are executes orders for hundreds millions of dollars of machinery for France to metric measures packers are labeling in both British and Met For months past SUPPORT THE BYLAW To the Public The ratepayers of the city are ask ed to vote on a bylaw to provide for extension to electric on the 8th day of I wish to em phasize the absolute necessity of this by saying that should this bylaw be defeated the city will be out of power or before further Out Ql V1 ne has proviaion made to carry the been in poor and his wife in formed The Bulletin that he has had Thla la not an exaggerated state a tendency towards despondency for mgnt so far as It is hum some not long ago hinting at tak aniy possible to and in the ing k event the being the the immeillate locality of resporisibillty on the shoulders of LUO nonooaitv oP thl3 sufficient portion of the principal ments during a period of year soHhat the full amount ot such annual principal and will be paid in such respective amounts that the ag pn P arg The sufll to be ralaed gregate amount payable ln I annually for the payment ot fnterest itallment of principal and Interestin ann required J amount be TPen Thousand ina 9 and Thirtyseven Dollars and Fitty eriod as Cents The Mayor shall attend at his pi per Schedule A and flce tnthe City of Lethbrldge at Ten WHEREAS the amount of the Loan Of the 8th day required for the purchase m January A D 1918i if requejt Seventy Thousand shall appoint two persons to attend and Twelve Dollars and fifty cents Bummlng up of the the sum to and one person to attend at each poll nually to pay interest at the rate oi amIP rf the per8pns six Ver cent per and that promoting the passing of portion of the principal Rhall Be six voi i tnteresteu in pruuiuniis portion of the principal which anaii and ft Uke number pn be required so that by the payment or pefson8 interested In the principal and interest the wnam j bt thls Uount of the principal andQ interest p shan attend at hW direction the niftn haff taken lor ms mldnlgtit and his wife has no idea where he couldvhave gone An ideal gift useful every day THE HICK i SEHL HARDWARE WearEver Week Christmas Special ThreeQuart WearEver Aluminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only Replace that wear out with iitentiU that WearEvwJ Aluminum utensils are NOT all the Get this kettle and sec Clip the Coupon present it TODAY and get one o these durable WearEver THE HICKSEHL HARDWARE and Coupon if presented ZOlh to ou the Great Lakes ended as It began a hard and long fight with Ice The parallel failed in one respect According to the bOstBYtJftble Information crews on ice bound freighters at the close of navi1 Ration did not suffer from lack or pro1 i vlsionV the opening of the season j number of vessels became imprison1 oil in Luke Superior from shore andfood Supplies were taken to them by iwi fought against terrific o4tirl9UnE their lives in trips across ttie while the total tonnage handled during 1817 did not equal that of the4taount of coal exceeded that of the Wr Nearly tons fuel went an increase Sret the previous year of approxi Total ship Of ore from the Lake Superior wero tons compared 1134 198 tons in Ore ship in December of 1917 were dut to tons as aganst In the same period of during were parftt vely and the loss of Involved that did occur was WE PAY CASH AND TOP PRICES FOR PELTS FURS Ship direct It you want infor matiqri write or PELT A ReW Telegraph Offlcee Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 326 principal and interest the Uount of the principat interest i d ftt ln tne clty dt Lethbridge on the 10th day of the hour of ten oclock in the fore noon to sum up the number of votes tor and against the t This Bylaw snail take effect on the day of the final passing The votes of the burgesses amount of the Princiiw shall be paid off in Nine 9 the amount of as sessable property of oi the rateable portion and WHEREAS the amount of the exist ing debenture debt of the i City or V exclusive of debts amounting lion Four Hundred and Th rtynine lion Four un eight hundred and f ftytwo no vuteo qualified to vote on thia siall be taken on the 9th day of A D 1918 at the plaoeaita the City of between hours of nine oclock in the and eight oclock in tne VlZ FARMLANDS Of the Hudiona Bay Compsnf andCalgary and Edmonton Lanl CoJ CITV ANP rARM MORTGAGES The Macbeth Agency con Coupon Ua owiag date of this IBUEVED LOST AT SEA New Am erican steamer for a lake vessel waa States shipping board for At lantio together hernntlre crew of 35 is believed to have been lost at gea somewhere north of Cape Braton according to ad VlQea receded in shipping cir today from Npva PULLEYS AUTO LIVERY Phone 1S4O as fol lows The Council may borrow on the credit of the City of Lethbrldge the of Seventy Thousand three flrpd and twelve dollars fifty cents jftsmoT required by the purpoBe hereinbefore referred ture of the City of snail be issued for the sum or sums to be borrowed in one debenture jwjn one consecutive HArutlve numbers in such sums ft bt deemed Expedient tor the nt interest and such portion tne prSal o eah debenture as make the full amount the prin and interest payable wun payable at the rate of six Per per in Nine 9 consecutive Bqwlwmual such principal and taUrejt to be payable annually on the prst day of February in each year 9 yeara such debentures shall ha made UP of the proportion of the DtJ Illtftuo UH ilahAntureS principal sums the prlnqlpal money from time to time so that the said olnal sum and interest be paid in nine equal annual a For the portion of lying North of the Canadian Railway at the ll I of the Westminster Scho o e Dawson who is appointed Deputy Re turning Officer to take the b For that portion of the Olur lying South of the Canadian Railway at the Central School Build ing by who is appotatj4 Deputy Returning Officer to a first time this 17th of DONALD DUlfcV Oily Read a second time 17th DONALD DIJ oity C Read a third time and passed day of Schedule A of tbe City o bridge in Seventy hundred and twelve and cents In Equal italment of and rrv Bond of 9 Equal annual paynw 6 par cent MOVED Date Due Original Loan 1919 1920 19B1 Interest 1923 011000 1924 1026 1987 Amount Outstanding I I 3 BSeilS TO OHY Wf 1st Avc and 10th c Street NUUIH lETHBRIDCt iu TMt ouon KUTH OXVAOETVUENC NOTIOB I hereby the Ubove IB a true c9py pf a ppposed Bylaw which has which may be flnaJlR passea by the In the the bvirgeises being after one month from tfoe ttrBt tion thereof in ity of Lethbrldse and that the datft the ;