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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, 6, TUB L E T'H BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE I'm "That reminds in my side pocket you will find my ever-ready "first-aid" to enjoyment, WRIGLEYSi SPEARMINT fresh and clean by the new air-tight, impurity-proof wrapper. It will moisten and soothe your mouth and throat away the parch caused by the dust I always carry it" Nobody can afford to be without this economical, beneficial, appetizing, digestion-aiding, mint-flavored confection. It's the BIGGEST money's worth of enjoyment you can buy. Every package tightly sealed Look for the WRIGLEYSJ mSPEARMINT THE PERFECT GUM MADE IN CANADA Wra.Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., 7 Scott St., Toronto Chew it after every meal 6 .TORONTO'S NEW UNION DEPOT Toronto, Out.; July contract lor the new Union station at Toronto lias been let to the L-yall Construc- .tion Co., Montreal, for about 000. 'AT THE MEDICAL CONVENTION St. .John, N.U., July liieetings occupied the time of the del- egates to the annual convention of the Canadian Medical association to- day. At a general session tonight addresses will be delivered by Dr. T. Rutherford Morrison, professor oi surgery at the University of Durham, Eang'laad, H. Master of the .Rotunda hospital, Dublin, Ire- land. ESCAPED CROM JAIL Prince Albert, Saak., July Gardner, serving sixty days for theft, escaped from Prince Albert jail last night at five o'clock. lie 'got away from a gang hoeing potatoes. Mount- ed police and jail guards are now hunting for him. BAD HAIL STORM AT PRINCE ALBERT Prince Albert, July night's hull storm did ?5000 damage by breaking glass and heavy rains, flooding basements and 'washing away retaining walls'of Hill residences. Save HAVE YOU SEEN THE BARGAINS? Nearly Every Line in Our Large Stock is Represented in This GRAND CLEAN-UP SALE The wise ones liuvc hiken of this Big Opportunity to select piece or two 0.1' Furniture in spile of iuiri'l limes anil money stringency. All you have to do is look over the prices and you will riilniil they arc mighty small. Curtain M'lilcrial. Ihat sells regularly for from to 75e we are. selling special at from 15c to 125c per yard, which will give you an idea of how .things arc priced during Hie sale, so do not fail to lake advantage of it. Carpels have also taken an awful slump in price. Just imagine: Explanation of City's Capital Account and Debenture Deficit (My -Mayor There scents to he a fed ing ah road that the Commissioners are. "soar" because all the bylaws submitted on th-3 3rd were not passed. Nothing can further from the-truth, but they fee' chagrined at for having been successful in making the importance, and great neti'ssity 'for these.bylaws passing very clear. Bylaw No. 23G for current account deficit, was passed, but it of no use to the city until approved by the provincial Parliament. At the same time it is to pay part of the city's old debts'awl" llie'burgessps did very wisely in passing this bylaw. No. which consisted of thirty-two items, from "A" to 'was turned down completely excepting item "A This item "AA" is cited as "to pro- vide for discount: on debentures is- sued by Bylaw No. 170." This we conceive misled 'the burgesses to be- lieve that this was the only money required to cover "debenture dis- whereas every item in Hy- law No. 239 is to cover debenture discounts. All these discounts were incurred, in addition to the street railway discount by law passed last year, by the saje of bonds to cover 'work done prior to 1913. This bylaw will be readvertiseii un- der another number, excluding the item passed, and-we respectfully ask liie burgesses'to carefully study each it-cm, .which! matters clear, always mind that each item is to pay-.a specific debt incur- red. For. EheHpast months we have been advising icily ..note-holders tliafc we a bylaw that the burgesses would pass in -July, which would give us .ample money to wipe off all t-hc city notes. Hut here we are on the promised date without a cent to meet these'notes and the city solicitor advises us that the holders can get judgment-against the city and seize any revenues they care to for the purpose, of- -discharging the notes. We are now .writing the city .note- holders -l-hat1 we 'are resulimitting the