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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fHE LETKBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Figures of City Finances for CHOPS ON THE INDIAN RESERVES YIELDING WELL Interesting Comparisons in Sev eral of the Civic Depart- ments KKCIS'A. value ot the crop now being taken off the gov- ernmeut greater pnxiuction. farms is estimated at S2.JCO.OOO by officials of i he department of Indian affairs: _. hvte. It is stated that tho wheat on tlfrK of the Supreme Dis- farms is rmiuUig 45 bushels lo the acre and is grading No. 1.' Fit- Itvu cars have been moved oast. The "MONDAY, SEPTEMBEn "NEW LEADS" IN 1HSASTEH, FROM The fiuiiu'ial Rhitrmrui of th'J city; treasurer for the moaih July, has just been compiled, shows a plus in tbo operating of the city: subles of 51'3G.i't> (or tlie month, bring- i iiig the surplus to date to J2JC.41 Tbo surplus for month iu this depart-, fur that to dste 10 the- end of the month of June it; amounted to I The city shop a surplus uH JU.GS bringing the surplus to date to i fl-25.75. j The city coal shotted a de- ficit for the mouth the surplus to date down to Jfi'i.OS. i Street Railways car earnings for the month. Amounted to 55.597.SI made up as lul-i lows: fares J5.321.t-S, advertising i there was ah operating eipense of, leaving a deficit in opera-! tlon of The ratio of fixed! charges chargeable to the month was, making a total deficit for] July of i from Jan. 1, The toal earnings Ihe actual earnings nn Ihe the line for July was S3'-'P7' showing a loss ot j The While'line., with earnings' of operating expenses for the j 51.170.37 for the month, showed a loss wonts and a loss of for the in operating expenses ot for jfer.od from January 1. 1920. The j July and of for tho per oj total loss on this Hue taking in from Jan. 1. With the fiied charTes rtwrges was for the nionlL (be loss for the month was '1 MO.W4.S9 for the period from and for ihe periodfrom Jan l' Irici Courts Here Promoted ______....... lo, Kdmonton Oflioe j wneat is threshed at tho rule "_________ f of bushels a day by ten oal l.ethbrldge is lo lose a very valued I nts. Una hundred thousand of llio i i-itlien by the promotion of R. V. Wai-1 estimated lushola crop has i lave, clerk ol the distrk-t and supivmo been threshed. courts here, to Kihuonton where lie I Hie years profits will be well over: will take the position of registrar of j tlie "luwllatB court, and clerk of the: supreme and dUtrU-t courts. 1 Mr. Wallace has been clerk of tbo j i-ourt here for over 11 years. He is j recosuired as one of the best officials i in the pi-oviuce. In lynhbriuga he has taken a very active interest In educa- i tioual affairs, and was a member ot NEW YORK, Sept. grilling Fischer at police head- quarters, it was announced that several new "leads" in Investiga- tion of the explosion had been re- ceived from him. At headquarters, hobert M. of Fischer, i-.J f.c ucticvcd both and Fischer's mother had psychic pow- ers. The police are still holding Fit- cher. Jaa. 1 _The Blue Hue showed for tlie month over operating Mpenscs, and a gain of J27C.20 for the period from Jan. 1. the fiied .-harges there was a loss of Sl.o61.Jia iho jnocth and 56.S58.S9 in the STRENGTH FOR YOUNG MOTHERS J7.000.47. There, was a gain in the ;ain of i specials liver gross expenses of JS7.W for the period from Jan. I to July 31 The total deficit for the seven months of, Ihe year, including the fiied charges, was Comparison With 1919 The loss iu. operation In July, 1920 j wos as compared to J4'574 July, my.; The operating loss in. the-period from Jon. 1 was OS j as compared to a loss or {2.6H0.40 in the period .of 3919. The'total deficit of July compares with a db- ficit of in the corresponding month last year. For the period from I Jan. 1, 1920 Ihe deficit of compares with a deficit of. I f24.C92.41 in the corresponding period I Electric Department Tbe revenue in the Electric Restores Health and Strength. De- partment for the raouth was made up of power 56.-350.73 and light -With the discount of R. P. WALLACK. who is transferred, i to Edmonton. J the board of education from 1311 until his retirement !ast year. He had held the position of chairman of the board, i It is no reflection on other members of the board to say that Mr. Wallace was looked upon by the public as one i or the most useful men who had ever I served on the board. Mr. Wallace has also been a member of the board of directors of the Y.M.C.A. since its establishment, and In Knor church' he has been one ot the leading officials and workers. Prior, to coming to Lelhbridge, Mr. Wallace practised the total revenue was mcnaca E monin in tne Pinkham's Vcgeta- i f-'re Department amounted lo Ws Compouml. I i S4: Polka, Heallh, S640.82- took' if. and. usej I {'Wliiren's Shelter, 52S5.'J1. T ,.jrn r.1 I got lit ne Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash, and Sanative Wash, and got littler right nway and was soon a M I :w TOi-an ind could work hard, I nPlmnitllPC 111 in recoiim-nJ those rcmetlics to other IU Manitoba Still Defy the Laws jounfc- mothers who are weal: and ailinz 0. BOM-ERS, 621 b Hornier Mich. ivho are in Jfrs. Bowers'con- ditlon Jhouid notcotiiinue tOFnffe'r from an 1 rain-Sut profit from her lence and give this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia fi. Vegetable Compound, a trial rge .as 11 under- Blood there is 40 he a.transfer iii district court clerks In the southern i i and one of the ufflcials from another district is like- ly to come to Lethbridge Mr. Wallace likely to tak9 un hlg new work next week. ROTARIANS ATREGINA WINNIPEG, Seel. 20.-The Wi.ml- for senarate schools, are refusing to neit annual convention