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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Monday, March 28, OH OF OTBRIDGE AUDITOR'S REPORT AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR YEAR ENDING DEC 31st, 19O9 AUDITORS' REPORT. To His Worship the Mayor; and Council of the City of Lethbridge: Gentlemen, We beg to report that we have made a quarterly audit o! the accounts of your City during the past year and that all our requirements as Auditors have been complied with. The accompanying statements, viz.: General Balance Sheet Revenue and Expenditure Current Account Revenue and Expenditure Capital Account Balance Sheet Water Works Balance Sheet Electric Plant Revenue and Expenditure Water Works Revenue and Expenditure Electric Plant s have been examned by us and are in our opinion properly drawn up 'so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the City's affairs as shown by -the Books of the Cty. AH of which is submitted. (Signed) W. A. HENDERSON and CO., March lat, 1910. Chartered Accountams. GENERAL BALANCE SHEET ASSETS. Cash on hand General Account................................. Inventories Equipment and Tools, Works and Property Material yard and Building, Works and Prop........... Tools, etc., Sewers and Waterworks.................. 967.87 Tools, etc., .Electric 260.60 Office Furniture and Fixtures Stationery, Engineer's Office........... 64.SO REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR ENDING 31st DEC., 1W9 (CURRENT ACCOUNT) REVENUE Works and Property Buildius permits 420.05 Fire, Water and Light Water Works Surplus............................. License, Police and Health Pound 209.20 Licenses............................. S.436.27 Dogs................................. 336.00 Poll Tart.............................. Police Court Fines Sundries............................. 3.00 Market and Publicity Market Receipts Finance qa Taxes Percentage on Taxes.................. Profit on Store Interest on Bank Balance 661.25 685.35 Excess of Expenditure over Revenue......................... 22.725.67 5200.00. Capital Expenditure Water Works Electric Light Sewers Sidewalks Grading.......................................... Isolation Hospital Scales........................................... 536.3S Fire Hall, Central Fire Hall, North, Ward............................. Fire Alarm System................................ Fire Department Apparatus........................ Gas Well............. Armory Siie l.SOO.OO Streets, Purchase of.............................. Parks and Boulevards............................. Agricultural Grounds............................... SJ99.86 Accounts Receivable Tax Arrears..................................... Water Consumers................................ Electric Light Consumers Tax 6S.13 Lethbridge Woollen Mills .T McDougal and 50.45 Sundry Accounts................................. 3.9S1.37 Debenture Unexpended Electric Light Plant Water Works..................................... Sidewalks (Local Improvements No. 7) Grading (Local Improvements No. Natural Gas........ Over Expenditure on Capita! See Contra New Fire Hall 8j03i 62 Fire Appartus.................................... go Markets 74 34 Isolation. Hosphal Plank Walks (Local Improvements No. 11) 84 Sowers Sundries Store Buildings 479 25 Time Cheque 187 15 Mine Stores on hand per inventory..................... 28 873 14 Sinking Fund, Bank of Montreal Excess of Liabilities over Assets LIABILITIES Debentures General Account 019 Electric Light Sundries Accounts Payable 09 Bank of Montreal Overdraft 328196 Bills Payable lOo'oOOOO Accrued Intereat on Debentures laW'si "Unpaid Interest on Debentures......... GO Guarantee Deposiits Electric Light...... l'33o4S Contractors' Security Deposits..... 7Q'-2 Suspense Account.................. 636 Debenture Funds Sold See Contra. Electric Light Plant "VfiQQh-99 oO.yiro.iZ ater orks..................... oo Side Walks (Local Improvement No. i 425 04 Grading (Local Improvement No S) 97-7.1 Natural Gas EXPENDITURE Works and Property Repairs of Streets Maintenance of Streets........................... Repairs o. Crossings and Sidewalks................. 40o.9o House ori'ai Sundries Fire, Water and Light Fire Alarm Repairs............................... _ Q of Apparatus 445.59 Street Lighting Firemen's Wages Firemen's Uniforms So-. (2 Sundries Maintenance North Ward Fire Hall Expenses................. 249.03 Electric Light Deficit License, Police and Health Board of Health.................................. Police Salaries and Maintenance.................... 42.19 Relief..................................... Dog License Expenses 94.75 Isolation Expenses..................------- Sv.07 Markets and Publicity Repairs Market Building 71.32 Market Expenses 86S.56 Weigh Scale Expenses..........................: 590.77 Publicity Expenses................................ 135.00 ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT, BALANCE SHEET, 31st DEC. 1909 ASSETS Plant Power Engines, Boilers, Street Liues, etc....... Tools, etc., as per Inventory Accounts receivable, customers Amount Unexpended Debentures LIABILITIES 260.60 3ti.996.22 Debenture Accrued Interest on Debentures.................... Guarantee Deposits Excess of Assets over Liabilities............................... Certified correct 248 757 99 (Signed) W. A. HENDERSON and CO., Chartered Accountants. WATER WORKS DEPARTMENT, REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT, 1909. REVENUE Flat Rates.......................... Meter Rates........................... Building permits...................... Inspection Fees 662.60 EXPENDITURE Wages Operating Electric Power 18.52 8.20 33.36 Pump House Expenses )il and Waste Finance Salari s Printing, Stationery, Advertising.................... Interest and 204.96 Legal Expenses Old Tax Sale...................... 356.12 Public Schools Separate Schools.......... 1..........-----I........ Damage Claims 608.50 Lethbridge Agricultural Society Grant............'.. 350.00 Store Expenses Debenture Principal Debenture Interest................................ Sundries......................................... Sinking Fund 130 83 Certified correct (Signed) W. A HENDERSON and CO. REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR ENDING 31st DEC. 1909. (CAPITAL ACCOUNT) REVENUE Proceeds of Debentures Gas Weil, Material Sold................. Over Expended.................................. EXPENDITURE Water Works System.............................. Electric Light Plant............................... Sidewalks........................................ 69.691J90 Grading Isoation Hospital 233.00 Market............... 121.23 Scales........................................... 276.38 Fire Hall .___... Gas Well.........; Streets Purcnase Parks and Boulevards............................. Fire Alarm System................................ 363.29 North Ward Fire Hall Fire Department Apparatus........................ Lethbridge Agricultural Grounds Over Expended to 31st December, 1908 Over Expended in 1909............................. 154.200.08 New Fire Apparatus Markets Isolation Hospital AmOUnt of Debentures Issued. Plank Walks Improvement "NO" in............ L996.45 Sewers _.' Certified Correct (Signed) A. HENDERSON and CO., Over Expended to 31st December, 1909 Certified Correct, (Signed) W. A. HENDERSON and WATER WORKS; DEPARTMENT BALANCE SHEET 1909 ASSETS CO. Plant et Land, Buildings, Mains, Hydrants, Meters. Tools, etc., as per Inventory................................ Accounts Receivable 738.40 Customers' Accounts ___........................... Amount Excess of Liabilities over Assets 967.S" LIABILITIES Debentures Less paid on Acount of Principal Accrued Interest on Debentures 252.690.49 24S.623.9C Certified Correct (Signed) W. A. HENDERSON and CO., Chartered Accountants. Repairs. 80.47 101.45 Mains Electric Plant umps >tand Pipe...... ralves and Pipes leters alaries Superntendent..................... alaries Office undry Expenses, Stationery, Office Expenses, etc.. 577.99 341.15 3.45 12.33 8.85 600.00 LOANS On improved or for the Im- provement of farm lauds for one year or less up to five years. John E. Wells 1 P. 0. Box 420 109 Sherlock Blk.f Lethbridge Jewelry Engraving and Repairing Sheet Music Musical Supplies MclNTYRE ERICKSON Electroplating a Specialty Cranbrook.....B.C. Phone 121 Armstrong Ave. r> I o 3.575.81 merest on Debentures urplus ELECTRIC 1909. REVENUE Certfied Correct (Signed) W. A. HENDERSON and CO. Chartered Accountants. LIGHT PLANT, REVENUE AND EXPENDJTURE ACCOUNT, Light and Power Bills Inspection Fees...................... 460.25 Deficit.............................. EXPENDITURE Power House Fuel Water )il and Waste 693.21 Expenses 491.63 Repairs Buildings 329.18 Electric Plant 284.92 Sngines and Boilers Poles and Wires Souse Services 633.52 Meters 9571 Expense Account Salaries Office..................................... Metermen's Wages................................. 321.40 Electric Inspection Wages......................... 537.00 Sundries, Stationery, Printing, etc................... Interest on Debentures Certified correct, (Signed) ,W. A. HENDERSON and CO. Chartered Accountants. From St. John Empress of Ireland, March 25th, Lake Champiain, April 2nd Empress of Britain, April Stu. Manitoba, April 16th. Empress of Ireland, April 22ud. Empress of Britain, May 6th From Montreal Lake Champiain, May 12th. Empress of Ireland, May 20th. Lake Manitoba, May 2Stti. Empress of Britain, June 3rd. Lake Champiain, June 9th All steamers await the ar- rival of C. P. R. Passenger trains leaving Montreal Wind- sor street station 7.25 o'clock previous evening. Special attention given to prepaid business. For tickets and all inform- apply C. P. R. Ticket Office, Leth- bridge S. J. SHARP, General Agent, Winnipeg S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agt, Lethbridge By-Law Deb. No. Purpose of DEBENTURES LESS REDEEMED TO 31st. DECEMBER, 1909. DatoofUeb. Period where Principal Rate Dale 1 Interest Payment 108.. 13S.. 176.. .Irrigation .Ext'n of Debts 1 and 2. Waterworks system .Sower Max-Sept Sept .Inn Jim 1, 10. 1. is! 1300. 1001. 1003. IMS. 1906. 1906. ...10.. ...30.. ...30.. ...10.. .40.. .Annually .Annually ..Annually .Annually .In.sallments .Installments .Annually ..Installments ___ Lothbridgc ___ Lethbridge ___ 1 ,200.00 Lethbririge ___ Lethbridge.... Lethbridge .Lethbridge ___ 3S.S27.59.. Lethbridge .5 .5 .5 .5 ..6 ..6 .-6 May 1 May 1 Sep. 10 Sep. 1 Tim. IS Jun. IS Aug. 1 Dec. 2 218.. 216..-247.. S. ___ 0. ___ 10. Plank Walks -Waterworks Extension. .Sewer Extension -Isolation Hospital Macleod road .Plank Walks ___ Lethbridge 479 .5 Dec. 2 Waterworks Annually ___ Dec. 2 for Nat. Gas ___ Dec. 2 i .30. End of Tor. or Dec. 20 and June 20 J4. Mali, Market, .End of Tor. or Dec. 20 and June 20 grading oem. .End of Tor. or Dec. 20 and June 20 Light Plant .End of or March 1 and Sept 1 Pipe Force .End of or March 1 and Sept 1 Cement or Jan. 12 i Street Grading -Installments or Mon... Jan. 12 1 40 Hospital of or nrtft Plant .End of Lethbridge .Tor .or Mon.. Ian 1 and July 1 i o4 Walks .End of Lethbridge Tor. or Mon.. ___ 1 Jan. and July l or Lcthbridge i UNSOLD DEBENTURES, 31st. DECE MBER, 1909. Purpose of Debenture By-La v? Xo. 53......Cement Walks.............. 61..----Sewer Main, etc............ 62.......Land Agric. Soc. Cem'Vry etc 69......Parts...................... ........Cement Walks..................30......Installments ........Sewers...................v.....30......Installments ........Plank Walks....................10......Instalments ........Street Gradng-----...............30......Installments Period How Years Payable ----30......End of Period -----30......End of Period ....30......End of Period .30......End of Period Principal Outstanding I9.u35.00 AUTO WENT INTO CREEK Rate Tor Cent. .....6 .....5 ____6 .....6 St, Mo., Mar. Mue! ler and Ben McCott, a chauffeur, are supposed to be in Cahokia creek, in East. St. i-xniis, and three other men are in a hospital seriously injured a? ja result of an automobile striking a IB IOIIDUS, CQN1UCTIU, IONE5TUDERSIHD OTHERS MTIOH suit or mm Removed for Convenience of Sale from New Traffic Bridge to the City Market. FRANK G. WADDINGTON Is Instructed to Sell by PUBLIC AUCTION On Thursday, March 31st, 1910 At Two O'clock Precisely, a LARGE QUANTITY OF HEAVY LUMBER Highly Suitable for Foundation Work, Joists. Fence Posts, etc., in Sizes, 12x12, 10x10, 8x8, 12x4, 12x3, 6x6, 2x12, and Numerous Other Dimensions. MAY BE VIEWED AT ANYTIME PRIOR TO SALE Terms Cash No Reserve Phone 426 Auctioneer's Office Lyceum Building (girder of a viaduct over the. creek sar- jly to-day The police are dragging the I creek for the bodies. The ftlherta Railway and Irrigation Co Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track The Klberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIBGC. Pincher Creek News Pinchcr Creek, March Pelletier has soW to Bonartz Bros, of Yarrow, one of his imported Per- chero-n stallions lor He has also soW to a company in Oardston a Percheron stallion for This enterprising horse dealer has only ab- out six left of his imported horses: F. W. Forster made a sale the oth- er day to E. G. Hanford of Toronto ofthe "south-west quarter 28-6-29, west of the 4th. John Brown of the Chinook ranch sold three teams of horses last week. Twelve teams were engaged hauling hay from the south side of the dis- trict on Monday to Pincher Station for shipment. The idea is to get the old hay out oi the way so as to make room for the new crop when, the time comes to cut it. The fire brigade turned out foe prac tice last night. With the congenial weather prevailing the fire boys are resuming the regular practices they engaged in last summer. Promenading in the evening is be- coming fashionable., There was no lacrosse meeting on Friday last. No attendance. A dance is to be held on Thursday night at the old Bauvain's ranch. Martin Flood has left here for Leth bridge where he will reside in future. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Saundcrs re- turned from their visit to California last wceS. W. Matliewson, oi Tabor, jjiu t a few days in town last week. The children of J.he co.ivjnt here are arranging to give a. concert ;p. the opera house on Tuesday, Ar.nl 5th, which its promoters claim will surpass given last year. In connection with the concv.rt a drama is also to be given. Tickets arc already on sale at the drug store. A lower temperature is now being experienced here. Mrs. Alec Lynch and her brother, j Emmerson Allison have returned home after spending the winter in Ontario. J. E. Woods is back froifi the esst where he spent the winter. D. J. Cyr left yesterday on a few weeks' visit 1o Spokane. J. II. MacEachern of Victoria, for- imerly of Pincher Creek, is in town visitinp among old acquaintances. Mrs. Chas. Hiscocks, of 'ilairmore, is this week visiting with here. ST. CHARLES COUNTY CLUB BURNED Winnipeg. March of St. Charles Country Club, the fine playhouse of Winnipeg's society folk, was consumed by fire last night. The total damage to builtding and furnish- ings is estimated at The cause is unknown. The magnificent club house is a pile of debriis. In ad- dition hundreds of dollars worth of personal property of members was consumed. ;