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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta It does not require an expert to clean out the fluea of the "Sunshine" furnace- the only tool needed is a brush which is supplied with every furnace. Clean-out doors an placed ia the easing, and the brush can easily be inserted. This heater just bristles with exclusive features such at autoniatio gas dampers, large double feed-doors, steel dome, double shakers and steel radiator. ' Sunshine." fiM. If you want the Lest furnace made get the Bold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklet London. Toronto. MomntAL. WINNIPEO. VANC0PV�B. st. John. Hamilton. THE LORD'S DAY ACT. HICK & WAKELY AGCiyTS Ottawa. .,iuly la.-The att lespvci-iug the Lonin Itay is iu the follow -iug icruis: * Ilia 2blajs.> oi' Colttmous ot' C'ADada enacis ail follows: . 1.. In 'tikis act, unless ibo coiUeM otOjcrwiao roqtiirpa (�) '.LoiHis thty � incans tiie iwriorf of. time which 1x3-giinsi At 12 q'clot'k on S�t4Uixiuy ui i�nK>on �nd oniht at 12 o'clucii on t*� foUowii^ a(toiUK>on. ib> 'IVr aoa" twui -tihc nK^wnifiv whioh tt has ill the criminal eoclc, 1892. (c) '' VVs mrl" includes any kind, ot vcsstel or boat used for conveying piissengv or Iroiflbt toy wartor. (�!) "lluilvay includts Hicam railway, electric street railway wnd tramway, (ej.'l'erior inancc" ifncladtcw any giorne, nwiiv sport, contest-, eJchibHion oi- enter 'tatnnK'nt. (f) 'Eini>loyer" inoUKlc every |ier�oii 'to whose ortk-rs or �ii MsMons any otiicr iJerson i.s Ijy h einployment ibound to coufonn. (jf) "Provincial Act" lucaii-t tihe chartoi ot any nuinici|Ni>lity or ftn>' piiJticnc ot any I'rovince. w-liothor i>ussel as^ providod herein or in any I'rovincial act or law, now or hereinafter /orce, to sell or offer for sale'or pur chase any goods, chattels, or other personal property, or any roal es t�te, or ifo Carry on or tran.'Mct an business of his or-iinary callinay i" any line or braiicli now ivgulurly Op- (I) \V ork done by any person in ilie puWic service of his Maje�tywW.le acting tilicreiu uudor any refutation ur dirooiion of any d.-portjuent fJbmv \ vk .Bofti mam \ FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC X EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY IlETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA :o:o:o:or ROYAL ^ , HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors | Rotes $1.50 and $3.00 per Dey SAMPLE BOOxMS IN CONNECTION .0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0 Q 0:0:0 oo.oot >pr) f 1 COOL AND REFRESHING Rowet's Lemon Squash, Rowat't Lime Juice Cordial, Rowat*� RMpbcrry Vinegar, Cnlcy's Fruit Drinks, Lorimer's Lemonade Cryttalt, All Good and Wholesome SHERLOCK. FREEMAN & CQ TELEPHONE 21 ; WESTERN :WAREHOUSE & ; TRANSFER CO. lm I Eailroad Transferring, Dray-  tag and General Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly. . Synopsis Of CinadiM NortMlfcst A HOMESTEAD REaUUTIONS. NV even Btnnberett seSuoii o nomlnloa  HAY, OATS, SAND AND STONE FOR SALE \ AGENTS FOR ; McCormick & Cockshutt Machinery '.' Webber and Adams Wagons *.' Canada Carriage Co.'s ^ Buggies. Etc. J. F. RODGERS 'Phone 63. Manager. DRAYINC AlK.kindft o! Dmyinn suul Toom work dono; proniplly. EARL KlRKHAM PIONEER MEAT MARKET y AT KVUBCR THREE Vbia iharkot is equipped to meet ' tba^popular demand of the the diatrict. ftUtO HOPHINS. , PBOP. Alberta, excepilar 8 aad M, �ol rMarMd, ma; be bomeatcaded by any penoa who la tbt ao'e head of a famll;, or auT mala ovarMyaw* of age, to the extent of ODe-quarter aecilon of^ IGO acres, more or lea*. Kn-rr muat be made pcraonaU; at Ike loea) laud office for tbe illatrlet In which tke laa� la Rltiiatr. Tbe homesteader t* required to perforiB ibe' conditions eoneeeted therewith under one of' ihefollowlnr plana.: I, Atlcaat alx months' realdence upon and cultivation of the land In each year for^ three year.. a. ir the father (or a other. If tbe father la deeeaaed) of the home.leader reatdea upoa a' firm In the .leiuii; cf tbe land entered fur the requlremenlsaato realdence may be aatlatled. bjr auch pcrann lealdlug with the father ur mother. H. If tbeiettlerbasblspermancotnatdeace: upon tarminc land owned by him In the vtela-lijr of his bomeatead, tbe ra^ulreaeota aa to residence roar be aatlalled by realAence upon; tbe said land. 8l( monhs' BOtlee In wrillng ataontd be Riven; to the Oommlsaloner of Dominion Landa ai: Ottawa of intention to apply for patent. W.W.OO�Y. Deputy of the Mlnlater ot tbe laterlor. SAVEMONirt^ NOW - - THIXCJS TH.VT M.VY UE DOXE. a. Not with.d BUflertng, incliiding t. ncy end doing eoy oUkp work, \vh� such llres, repairs or work nro i-s sentlal to any industry or industrial proceNM of .Nuch a continuous niituc that it c*nno* tje sIopihmI wi.tJKvt serious injury to such iivJustry, or product, or tta* plAivt. or propoii. u.sod in such procesa- (e) SlkiHiDg or maintaining and ventilating, pumping out and in .specting mines, when any suoh worl or gmn eanoo^ *� continuously .suj plied for lawful purposes. (I) Any work wilhout the doing of which on the Lord's Pay, electric current. H^�t, heat, cold afir. water is essontial to the protection of property, life oi- hoaWh. TR.VNSPORTATION SERVICES (�) The conveying ot travellers and work Incidental thereto. (h.) The continuance io their des tlnetion of -trains and vessols in transit when the Lord's Day begins and work incidental thereto. (i) Keeping railway tracks clpar of snow aotd ice; making rejiairs cases of emei^giency, or doing any other work of a Hlie incidental ^ a#t�r her scheduled time of ii�iling, or any veeael w*ich otherwise would be in imminent liattger of bern^ stopped toy er. (in) I'lic carryfiyg of milk, aiKl live animals, and the unloading of and carrying of perishable pro ducts and live animals arriving at any point on the Lord's Day. (n) The operation of any to'i ot drawbridge or of any ferry or bo")) authorized by competent authority to carry passengers on. the Xord's Day. (o) The hiring of horses ani cni-ri�cc8 or small hoats for tho i>�!r. aonat use ot the hirer or his family for any purpose not proni'>itr>l b> this act. FOR MONDAY'S PAPERS. I can sell you IoIb ndw in TuW for $100, that will be si'iUtig ai $200 in a month's lime. Good Fanning Land for aale W. rllUSSELL Real Eatate Agent Tabor, Alto. fp) Any unadvoidalilo work a/tor 6 o'clock in the afternoon of the Lord's Dey. in the preparation of tJie regular Mohday morning edition of a daily newspaper. ��> The eonveying his Majesty's mail and work ineidenial thereto. eration t>y any Canad-Inn cK'etric ntrMit rail a-ay company, whose l^ne is interprbvinelal or International, ot ita cars, for pasaon- (u; Any uivuvuidable work toy fish-oriik-n alter ti o'clock in tilio afler-iiooa ui' ihu Loixi's I>ay in ttee Utk  ins oi li�l>. (V) All operwtions connected with Ltlto uuilving of OMipte si^r and maple syrup in the muple givve. (w) Any unavoidable work on the Jvord's Day to save property in Cases of rgemy or where suci� projieety is in iiiiiiiitient danger uf dc�itiuc'tiou or M(>riou9 injury. (x) Any work w^ich the Ikittrd ol Uuilway Commissioners tor Canad.i, ho ring regtiid to the object of this Bi-l Olid with t)he object of pit>vent -itvg any undue ckjlays, deetu nt-ccssary to permit in connection wH'h the ijvig4it ^rnlliu of n.iiy railway. Tho costs of all' applic�itiions to be paid niKlor this paragraph siball be l>orne by 'tho applicant, and, if more than one, in such proport-ions as tho boetxl determines. Notiicc of appHc-alioti, in wiiioh the ivasons lied on shall ' sot out shall bo g'ivcn.'to the Deportment of Railways and Canals. In other respects tiho procedure uwler the railway oct, 1903. shall, so far as applicable ap-Pl.v. Mi:V MAY DEtLtXE TO WORK. 4. ICxeept 'in ca.dustry, process, or in con-naction wi*h transportation to do oi. the LopJ's I>ay the usual work of his calling unless such employee in al-lowivl during the next six days oi' such week 24 con.sectitive hours without labor. (2) 'IThis section shall not apply to any em{>lo,vee engaged in the work ol any indusiirial process in which the i\>gular day's'labor ot such c>niployoe Is not of nwwx! tluvn eight hours' duration. Sl'NDAY a.lMES. o. Tt shall not be lawful tor any lierson on the Ixjrd's Day, e.\cep>t as provkk�l in amy Provincial act or lav- now or hereafter in force, to engage in any public game or conto-irt I'or gain, tor any prize or rewaci, or to l>e present thereat, or to pro-virni�nce or public nueotKng oI�j-whero than in a church at which fog or space to which persons arr conveyed for hire by tlie propri tor or menagcm of such perforinanoa or hy anyone acting aa tlieir agent, or under their control, the charge tor such conveyance i^all be deemoj an iiKlireot payment of such tee within t>h� meaning of this section. 6. It shall not be lawful far an>' lieison on the Lond's Day, except a-'* provided in any Provincial law now or hereafter in force, to run, conduct or convey by ony mode of �-D voy a nee any excuri^ion on which i^is sengers ore conveyed for hire, art-i having lor its principal or only (-b-jeot the carriage on that day pi .?ti�h passeitgors for amusement or p'ous  ui-e. and passeitgcrs so conveyedshal! not be d(?einod to be travellers with n the meaning of this act. 7. It sliali not be lawful for any person to advertise in any manner �-h�>tsoo%er any. performance or ot wr thing prohibitod by this act. (2) It shall not :x' lawful it.v person to advertise in Canad.i in uiVr' manner tt4iatsocver* any ,>�iff.nnarice or other thing which if given or done in Canada would toe a v; il-.tun of this act. �; 8. It shail not 'be lawful for any person on the Lord's Day to .snnot wHh any gun or ritle or other .s'.-a lar engine either for gain or in ."iiti^h manner or in such places aS to disturb other |>ersons in at'tcadanc*^ at public worship or in the ob�!r -ance of tihat day. buiriiiesis of-auoh corporation in yiel-atidn of any ot tho provisions* of this act., shall Iw Hable on sunniutry conviction ^ not -x-ceoding $500, ^nd not kss thtui $10o, in addition 'to ;nny oWier i>en-�Hy proscrtbi'd Ay law for thf siiiiu^ offonco. 13. Nothing heiviii sliuU |>ivv.>nt the operation on t'ho Lord's Day for jMissenger tratUc of any railway subject .to th� legislative aiJlhorMy of any,I'rovime unless such rullwoy is proiiibitc!n)rit> from si� oiwratins, riM>Vt\CIAL LAWS STAM). 14. Nothing herein shall proveivl tJ>e.o|>epation on the Lord's day lor passenger trulllc by any railway company Incorporated or subject to leg -islfttivo authority of tho I^rliauwut o'f C^anada, ot its railway wlveivj such oiieration 'is not otherwise prohi'liil-oil. �Ncitilii'ng herein shall be con -sl.ruiod to repeol or in any way alTiicl any provision or any net reluting in any way to the observance of the Lond's (lay in force in any Province of Canada whrn this act to�nes into force, and where any person violates' any of the provisions of this aCt, and such offence is also a violation qt ami' other aot. tlie oftettdor may be prooea:loJ a'gwinst either u�dt>r Iho provisions of this Act or under the provisions of any other act. applic -able to t'he on'enec ohnrgicd. LKAVE TO PROSECtrTE^ � 13. No actica > or prosecuiioo for a violation ot this aot sbaU bo coin-ii>onced wht/hout the' leave of the At-tornej-Ocneral for the IVovince in which the offence is allc^-d to have been comm'ttited after the expiration of 60 .days from tho time of thi! com-inis&'ion of the alleged ollrncc. 16- This aot shell corns into force on the first day of Mari-h, one thotis-aDd nine hundivd and seven. JIKWAHEtOFx MtjaTAUpU.; A FL-ITTERING ADDRESS. In its accoimt ot the wedding of R. A. Wright to Miss O'Noil of Sar-nia. the Post ot that city says: "After tho ceremony and congratulations, all partook of a toothsome dejeuner, immtodately after whioh tiie bride was presented with the following address and purse of gold from the gentlemen of the village in appreciation ot her long and valued services in the Point Edward poHtofflce. "Dear Miss liaRcrta Myra O'NeU, -We, in 'behalf of your ntany frid that you are about to ceiter into the lionds of holy mwtri-inony and to remove far away from us. feel we must express our very sincere regret indeed. Though ive we may admit t'he fact: There's nothing 'in this vale of life Halt no delightful as a wife. Yet such has been your very warm and true friendship with u�. and your lon'g and valuable services to, all in .�ur poHt ofllce, wo feel very IVoofl lii.-jpc'ctor ilitchtfll Offers ClooJ Advice. (ICdinbtttoh liiulletin.) Mr. Jtfitcheil, iiiie iihiel' weed iiisinv.. tor ot Ihe jM-ovince, urri.ved hoiue .xi Saturday from his cicyiiit ,,i ij.o fairs. Mr. M'itolioll'is hiffliiy pleil'^-�ruviTKe ahall know this iM.viuiis plant. Everyono Mbould know that the white flowers laru arranged on little ^rtalks in tho foriu ot an untbrellu and that the veiniug ot the leaf is very peculiar. 'J'hv veins of Llw leaf run. to the iraier tnarg'in of the notches of tiie leaf, this is an unfailing characteristic cf the poison |>arsnip. Ho .says there are many varieties and all are to be regarded with suspicion. Rut tlie greatest menace to the Alberta farmer today are tho miir,-tards. There are only tao kind.s ot Weeds-mustard and other w^s. Oi the sixteen noxious weeds 'in the ordinance nine tfre mustards. The iith-cr seven as yoi have given no trouble. Every child shouM know tha inu:^ tard iiy its little llbwer or four i�ci-als in ih^ form of 41 cross. This is t'he sure sign ot a mustard. Mr. Miicheii says ithe only effecti'e method of destroying and erodisat -ing tho�o weeds is by shallow cultivation. If they arc plowed downti'op they will live for years in the soil, ready to germinate as soon as t'j'>y are turned up again. I'hey must be handled tenderly ai�d constantly. i>isc the .stuM>le in the fall to hasten rowing and plowing gets rid of thos germination of the seed, then rowing and plowinglgets rid of Umso that have lieen gernkinated by this process, .\gain in June when the crop is about tour or dve inches and the mustards have sproutad and grown nicely put the harrows on. Theno is no danger of deatroying or injuring the crop, but the operation destroys the W'sod.* tlMbt have ger -niinatcd. In this way it is possible to deS'troy three crops of tiM weeds without de-s^troying the grain crop|. 'f this is carefully done each year, ao seed is allowed to ripen and fin-illy the store in the soil will l>e -coine ?xhausted. The importaol ooint is to do the work conalantly. as the weeds will not wait on careless onv'l dilatory farmers. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDQE Jfflee-Oyer Olt's Bar^r Shop. Hours-M:no to l'i:l^n nooa; .1:00 lo li-.M p, m.; 7:00 to 8:.'>0 p. m. Office NlKhi Hell and I'elaphona SIMMONS 4 BCNNCTT Barristers i&c. ' lk'rHiUiiDui: and caroston Luth bridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and . Farm Property w. C. Simmons, B. a., Crown Proaecdter C. v. Bax. to retain, as ! Mr. X'ol.son's wife fell ill last win-far as we may, your friendf^iip. and | tor and he was obliged to sit up always wii4i to hoar of your highest ' wkh her nearly ewry nigbt tor four gain ia our j lost the boby of his family Sunday from appendicitis, and in connection therewith is to bo told a tale of trials from sickness and death grea. ter t of the provisions of this aot shall tor each offence tie Iiiahle on aumoiary conviction to a tine not .leas than 91 and no*, exooudinff �40, ioanihae ith the cost of prosecution. 11. Every cntployer who author* i/.es or directs anything to i� done isolation ot any provision ot the net shall for each odenco Ui liable on summary conviction to � flne not exceefling �JOd and not less than $20, in addition to any other penalty [)rescril>od by l,w tor the san�3 of. fence. EVALTIES FOR UREAKINO LAW 12. Every corporation which auih'-oriaos, directs, or permits its em-ploy�us to carry on any, part of the COMI.VG NEXT WEEK. Tour ot Al'lJerta Legislttlure in South-em Alberta. (Calgary Herald.) Hon. W. H. Cashing, minister of public works', informs The Herald ' that arrangements are progrcssin(r favorably for the proposed trip ol the I�ffial�tars around 'the provincit. On Tuesday Oensral Su|Jerintendent .lamieson wired Mr. Cushing that the C.'r.R. would furnish a siNwial trafin, and the excursion vHI accordingly take place, starting on August 7th Tiw tour will be an education and an teytvopener for some of the mem-hers, many of whoin in the NorUi know nothing about Southern W -berta and ita big industries and nesourcea except from hearany. UNNECESSARY EXPENSE. Acute attacks of colic and. diarr hoca com�i on 'rtthout warnihg an'* prompt relief ' muat be obtaintMl 'IThere is no necetMlty of incurrints the exftense of a ph.ysiclan's si>rvirc in such easea if (Thaniherlaln's Colic. Chohsra and Piarrbo(r could arrive. It has never I,e,-n known to fail, even in the most ncv-era and dangerous cases and ho family nhoutd be without it. V.-,i- g,-|te by. all druggists. boy grew rapidly worse until last Sunday when his condition was so Kerious that it was doci'dcd to bring him to the Frank hospital. Dr. ICal-colmson found an operation for ai�-pendicitis necessary. Tbe operation was performed Sunday evening and wa.s successful but the aggravated nature ot the casB and the long ride in the hot sun vere too much for thp lad's strength and he died 'luring the George R o ge rs LUMBER The Old Reliable Yanl North of ' Freight Sherl. Widest I (ice Higliest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- The iiody was taken home to tho ranch to Ijo buried by the side of the wile ond mother. / : 1 WORLfi WIDE ARTICLES. A Weekly Reprint of Articles From Leading Journals and Reviews Rotlect'ihg tha Curnsnt Thought of Both Ilemigpheren World Wilde is a marvel ot interest and oheaimoss as a higb class atec-tr^c; it will compara favorably with aityth'inff at several times ita price. For ttie small sum d( one idiittaJr and a-lialf it brings eVery weak tor a year the host articles that appear diiring thOiWeek in tifo l��ding^)Brit-isb, American and F^Hp putiiieal.-ioBB. Ot iltMirae it ojipoala to the thinking eknnent in each cominuDiiy. thioae who want to know what the world thinkers are thinking-; but these will find it as full of rare t'-n-liertainineni as of w>iailom. .-It 4h ah-soiutely worM-wido in its Interests and has no axe to grimt. Thf*, ann-iNiii siiltscript ion inclikicH 1905 CAit-ICATilREP, a most entertaining re view ot last year-; . It icnt li��'ot charge' t.') any aiMiw* tor a short time. The annual Mibacrtption price is tl.A9. amlthO' publishers are' .Tobn' Pougail | ft< Son of Mootircai. LEnianocE. RAYMOND. snnjNG TABOR. It Will Pay V'ou To See Onr Stock Before BuyidgElw^wbere. WeCaii*tDoii ...... For -what some others j do your work for f. UT WE CAN DO Better, which ia more important to you, aa the life of your SWrts, Coliars. Cuffi ia lengthened by onr pro. | oeaa of Iaimderi|ig them. Neck Comfort I Un.t poMible when your collar haa "iftw teeth" eilgea. In our hitin-diy eveiy collar ia ironeil with a �^woth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone 145. '^agon calla everywhere. Let ua try a lot f�f you. mm ;