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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta It does not require an expert to clean out the flues of the "Sunshiuo" furnace tho only tool needed is a brush which is supplied with every furnace. Clean-out doors are placed in the casing, and the brush can easily be inserted. This heater just bristles with exclusive features suoh as automatic gas dampers, largo double feed-doors, steel dome, double shakers and steel radiator. If you want the host furnace made get the " Sunshine." Bold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklet frM. McCIary!s LONDON. TORONTO. MOSTBBAi. WlNNIPKO. VANCOCVM. St. John. Hamilton. THE LORD'S DAY ACT. HICK & WAKELY AGENTS the Jjotel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACC0MM00A DON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$|.(*0 A DAY IlETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I Ottawa, duly 112.-The act respecting the Lord a Day is iu the follow -itig tenuis'. * ilis Mak'Hly, by ami wHh ttit> navies and consent oi U>u Senate ami HOUSC of I'olUmotl.N Of CftttltUa as follows; 1.. In 'this net, unless the coiuevt otherwise requires (*) "Lord'a Pay ' means tins ivrloxl of lime which login* �l 12 o'clock on Satairduy afternoon and onrts �t 12 o'clock on the following nftciuKH>n. lb) "Per son" has itdk) meaning which it has hi tho criminal roilc, 1802. (c) "Ves ael" include* ony kind of vessel or boat used for conveying passengers or freight by water, (d) "Ituilcuy Ineludts steam, railway, electric, street railway and tramway. ort, contest, exhibition or enter talnment. (f) "Employer" include* every jwrson to whose orders or directions any Oliver jvrnon is l>y his employment 'bound to conform, (k) "Provincial Act" invalid the charter of any iniinlci|>ivlit,v or nny put Hie act of any I'rovinco, whether passed he-fotv or wince confederation. 2. It shall not be lawful for titty licrson on the Lord's Day. except as provided heroin or in any Provincial not or law, now or hereinafter In fore*, to BC-11 or offer for sale1 or pur. chase any goods, chattels, or other personal properly, or any peal en t�te, or 4o carry on or transact any business of his ordinary calling, or in connection with his calling. (>r for gain to do, or employ nny other per son to do. on that day any work, business or labor.  THIXCJS THAT MAY UK tXVSK. on llit! Lord's Day In branch now ivgularly op- ger trulllc, any line of crated. 5 0) Work done by any person i" the public service ot his MaJestywhUe acting therein uikIcv any regulation ur diivotioti of any douartiuent Mane- iii) Any unavoidable Work i>y fiali-riiU'ii after 0 o'clock in tho afternoon of t ho Lord's Day in thu talking of flwli. (\) All operations connect, d with nlvo making of maple sugar and. Maple syrup In tho maple grove. (w) Any unavoidable Work on the lord's Day to save, property *n oaaea i>f emergency or where atirti property in Imminent (kinarcr of destruction or serious Injury. (x) Any work which the Itoaitl of llailway Commissioners for Canada, lutxing regnid to the object of this act una with the object of prevent  iog any undue ek�ln>s, e paid under this paragraph shall t>e borne by -the applicant, and, if more than one, In such proportions a� the Imnixl dotenniines. Notice of application, in which the reamws ito 1� iv liivl on shall \v fully net out shnll In? given ,"to the lieparttnent of Hail-way* and I'Anols. In other twrn^ts the procotlnre nmler the railway fict, 10011. whall, so far ns applicable apply. business of suolt corporaitlon In .violation of any of tha provisions of this net, shall Ix? WnbUi on siimniuy conviction itxifo.ro "two ifusliccs' of tlio Poaoe, for ttw first offonce t-o a iKSit-ally not excelling *2A0, �>nil not less than $.10, ami for each nii!ih,>  quettt o^enco to a iHuitty^ not  smn.> offence, 13, Nothing herein stiall pivvi'nt t'ho oisji'a'tiun on tho Lord's Day for passenger trulllc of any railway subject io line legislative aintiorHy of nny Province unless such railway is prohibited by Provincial Hiililiorllv from so o|*r�'tin({, HKVVAItK OF MUSTANDS, lns|v>clor Mitcth?ll Advice. Offers tloo.l ^Odmonton Bulletin.) 1 ROYAL ^� . HOTEL I TABER, ALTA. I Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day SAMPLE RO0M8 IN CONNECTION o:o:o:i^ao:o:o;o;o^ oTo:oTo:o:op:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:oiox^ C00L AND REFRESHING Rowat't Lemon Squash, Rowat't Lime Juice Cordial, Rowat's Raspberry Vinegar, Caley's Fruit Drinks, Lorimer's Lemonade Crystals, All Good and Wholesome SHERLOCI^REEMAN & CQ TELEPHONE 21 WESTERN WAREHOUSE & + TRANSFER CO. Ltd. Railroad TrunsforriiiB. Dray, ing and General DflivorinR. Coal Delivered Promptly, v HAY. OATS, SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOR McCormick & Cockshutt Machinery Webber and Adams Wugon.s *.* Canada Carriage Co.'s Buggies, Etc. ). F. RODGERS 'Phone 63. Manager. DRAY1NC All-kinds of Dniyinu ��d Tfiini work (Iuih* promptly. EARL KIRKHAM Jl. Notwithstanding anylhing hero in conUiiiMsl any t,c|*',',n n*ay on t4te Iword's Day do any work of neces sity and mercy and for greater eer taioty. 'but not so as to ivMriot the ordinary moaning of tho expr.s,io�. "work ot necessity or nvrcy." It is hereby declarod ih�t it slwll l.e deemed to Include the tollov-Vttg clnn^ es of work. (a) Any necessary or customary work In connection with d.virx- woi ship. (b) Work for 'the relief of sicknes* and suffering, including ty retail. (c) lto delivering telegraph i>r tolephon mcmagea. (s of emocgviu-y Mtd doing any otlsr work, when such Arcs, repairs or work nrr sentiat to nny Industry or imliistri.il process of such a continuous nnturi that it cannot 1* �topi�r. Sous injury to aueh iivlusiry. or i product, or tho plnirt. or propi-rty used in suoh proccs*- (e) Starting or ii�aint^ amt ventilating, pumping out aiwl in sj�ecting mines, when any sm-h w. Lord's Day, plectrn-current, MglH,, heat, cold afir. water |ntal Utereto (h) The continuance to thi>-ir lies tination of trains and vessels in transit when the Lord's Pay tuMflns and work incidental thereto (I) Keeping railway tracks clictlon wUb transportation to do or the I^on-.t's Day the usual work of his eallmg unless such employ*e Is ul luwni during the next six days oi suih �ivk 'JI consecutive hours with-u-gu1ar tlny's labor of such employes? s not of tnoiv tlian elgiit hours' Aural ton. SfXDAV (JAMES. IMUlVIXOl.Vl. l.AWH STASH. 14. Notiilng herein shall prevent t>hc o|h>rftMoti on the Lond's day for passenger trulllc by any railway company incorpiirnted or subject to Ii*k -IslaWvc aui'hority of the IVirllament o'f t'oiiftda, of Its railway wheiv such operation �!� not otherwise pruhHiii-cxl. Not'liflig heivin shall be con -striMkl to reiieal or In any way affect any provision or u�y act reUttiug in any way to the observance of lite Load's tlay in force in nny I'rovinco of Canada wlxit (his act Cotnei into forco, ttitd where any |ierson violate*" any ot the provisions of Mils a^t, anil such offence is also a violation eom-| mission of the alleged offence. 1�1- This not shell eoiiv.> into force on t*ic first day of March, on,, thousand nine himdred and sewn. A FLATTEHIXO ADltUESK. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ANY even numbered eeSllon o Dominion Land* In Manitoba, 8a�Hi�cb�wa� and alberta, eiccpilng a and M, aoi reier�ed, mar be boineateaded by anj penon who la tbe wt bead of a famlljr. or anr male at�r II f tun ui axe, io ihe txlem of one ijuarter eectton ot 100 acrei. more or ! ait'! �.b-*nah reqiilrementa a* to realdeuce mar be aattaned bjr aucb pi-nun ickldlux with Ihe father or mother. i. If tbrtettler ha* bin permanent rmlUenee upon fatmluf land owned by him In the rleln* Ujr uf hlitbomeatead, tbe requirement! aa to realdenee mar be satlafled br reatdence upon tbe aald land. Hl� monba' notice In writing- abould be given to the Gomtnlaaloncr of Dominion Laud* at Ottawa of Intention to apple for patent. W. W. 0omy. lieputT of Ibe Mlntater of the Interior. SAVE MONEY NOW - - PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This Market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. flVED HOPKINS, * PROP, of and carrying of periahahle products luul live animals arriving at any point on the lord's Day. (n) The operation of any to'i or drawbridge or of any ferry or inv authorized by competent authority to carry paskengers on tho laird's hay. (o) Tho hiring of horses an I cur rlages or small boats for tho |s>r. Bona) use of the hirer or, his family for any purpose not |>rohi'�i' �i b> thia act. FOR MONDAY'S PAPEIl*. (p) Any uiHidvoidable work after 8 o'clock in tho afternoon of the fjord's Day. in tho preparation of the regular Monday morning edition of a daily newannper. ( teroMlonal, of its cars, for paawm - i. It shall not I'o lawful for any |Mxoent as l>rovkk�.l in any Provincial act or nv now or lH�re�fter in force, to on-giaip' iu any public Rome or conlMt ior gnin, for any prize or lewncl, or to Is? pit��i>nt thereat, or to provide. i'iikuw0 in or be pivwivt at nay tM-rlormnnre or public iivcctKntf el�� whet-.- ihail in n church at which fe^' ebnrpetl. directly or indirectly, either for admission to such performance or tnectiivR. x>r to any place within which the same it* provi.bd or for any service or privilege ther.�t i 'J i When any |H>rforni�tnce at which mi tiilmission h� or any other f�t> for its principal or only JiH-t the carriage on that day of pass.-r^fj.-rs for amusement or p'->i.s mi", ami piissa>nga>rx so conveyedshul' not be Htv��inod to l�e travellers with in the meaning of this act. 7. It stiall not be lawful fur nny |�erson to advertise in �ny maanar wfHits�M>vi.r any- performance or o'.'wr thii>g prohibiKvl by this act. ('.') ft Mini I not be lawful fur u:i> person to advertise h� Canad i In nn,v manner whatsoever* any ,�>rV.�!iiu.,ice or other thing which If given or done in Canada would be a vi ilntim of -this net. � 8. It shall not -he lawful for any t>erson on the Lord's Day to sVmt wHh any gun or rlflo or other 'a ilitr ougine either for gain or in *>'eli a manner or in such places a* to disturb other persons in at'tendancv at public worship or in the oiw^r -vance of t'hnt eln.V- NO SI XDAY PAPERS. 1). 11 shall not tie lawful for any person to bring into Canada for sale, or distribution or to Hell or distribute within Canada on one Lord's Day any foreign newspaper or pub-Ucat'iou clatwilkst us a nevspapcr. 10. Every person wwo viol�te� anj of the provisions of this act shall for cuch offence lie liable on aununary rotiviiHii.il 10 a line not.leAH hha�� $1 and noit exooLNiing $40, to^Pbhor with the eost of prosecution. 11. Every employer who author -i/es or directs anything to lie done iu Violation of any provision of thu act shall for eaoh offence Ik� liable on summary ronvlotlon to a "wo not exceeding gjOO and not less than $20, in addition to any other penalty prescrilMd by lnw for the sanKt of. fence. PE.VALTIKS FOH IUIEAK1N0 LAW 12. Every corporation which authorises, directs, or |M'imits its em-ployoes to carry on any part of tho In its account of the wodding of H. A. Wright to Miss O'NVIl of Sar- ! nta, the Post of that city says: i "After the ceremony and congratulations, all partook ot a toothsome dejeuner, lmn�*tately after wnioh the bride was presented with the following address and purse of gold from the gentlemen of the village m appreciation of her long and valued services in the Point Edward poMofflcc. "Dear Misn Ijillcrta Myrn O'Ne!!, -We. in -behalf of yotir many fri.ii-ls of the town of Point l-Vlwurd, having learnrvlres to all in .�ur |Mi�t olllce. we fei-l verv k�ii 'Saturday from his circuit .n tie' lairs. Air Mitchell is hiffhly plen* -d u in j Hie results of his trip tin.I th>.> u -leroa the fanners niv 'taking ia t.ie noxloii.i weed (piesUoti. They univ ^imiitvg to ivalueo that It is a �;'"� lug meiMice ami that careful ami !>'>-sislent action ia needed to meoi ibe diltlculty. A great many farmers have had unpleasant. cx|wrlences with tlie po.�-on parsnip, and it ia Mr. MKchell's Ideally: tbal every farmer and evory obWJ iu Uio lu-ovince shall know this | noxious plant. Kveryono ahoulU {know that tho white flowers *i\j ar-j ranged on little xtalka in the form i of an umbrella nmd that the veining I of the leaf 4m very peculiar. Thv ' veins of the leaf run to the inner ; tnniffiii of the notches of tbe leaf. | This is an unfailing characteristic of thu poison parsnip. He says there are muny varieties ami all are to be regarded with suspicion. Out the greatest ineimce >U> ttte A i-bcrta farmer today are the mus -tarda. There are only two kinds of weeds-mustard and other wouda. Oi the sixteen noxious \txy must be ' harr;llelc in the fall to hasten ) rowing and plowing got* rtd of tho� i termination of the aee�l, then li.ir-. rowing and plowtnaagets rrd of those thai, have Isvn germinated by this ! process. Again In June when the i crop Is about four or five Inches and ' the musrtards have sprouted and grown nicely put tho harrows on. There is no danger of destroying or injuring the crop, but the operation destroys ihe wood.* tho>t have ger -niitint�l. In this way it is |tosslble to destroy three crops of the wrwls without destroying the grain rropg. f this is carefully done each year, io wed is allowed to ripen and ftn-illy the store in the soil will ls> � come exhausted. The important tioini is to do the work constantly, ns the weeds will not wait on cureless and dilatory fanners. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETMBRIDOE Mflce-Oter Ott'a harder Shop. Hours-11 son to r.'tfxi noon; atoo to (v.oa p. m.; 7:00 to 8:.10 p, in, Office Night Hell ami Telephone SIMMONS 4 BENNETT Barristers , Soutlmttl Block Money to Lend on Town and , Farm Property W, C. Simmons, B. A, Crown Prosecute C. V. BK.1.4RTT B. A. DR. G. G. GRA6G PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlea-Otar Hlglbbethtm'a Drag Slots 'PHONE Office 138 '.' House 04 Drs. Mewburn & Calbraith PhyMclant, Sutteom, Accouchett Office-Retlpath St. cor. Bunletl. Hours-Bofom 0 a.m., 2-H p.m., 7-8 p. nt. Sumliiys-Or to H.'M\ p. m. TolpplioiipH >ll mid 5H. F.H.Mrwhi'iis M. D. C. M. W.H.Gai.mraith M. D. C. M. Drs. DeYeber & Campbell ' Physicians nntl Surgeons Offioes-Ott block. 'Phone 143. DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Gmduftto Northwestern University Dental School, ChicAw'o. Officc-Ott Blotk Drs. McCltire & Stewart spnouox hkntistk Offici'--.). P. HiKinltothnm's nuw block. Office Hours- H u.m. to 12 n. I p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - . ALBERTA. A. W. McVittie Dominion IjuiuI Surveyor WiU devote his entire time dnriiiK the summer to laying out new towiisitfB. Contract prii*es on ii indication. I.OXC HI X OF TOPfHI I.ITK John Nelson Shniv lias Mom tluin of Tciliiilutions fk3" far o� we may l-'rnnk Pui>.-r loliii Nelson the l.'ivin^tiMi furm-er, who is well known as one of the pioneers of litis |�aet of Uic country, lost the 1h*1>>- of his family Sunday from a|i|Hn>dicitthh. Finally dearth rellcxod her sutleritifts lust May. The wife hD.I l.ctlihiidKv.'. Lodge No. 2. I.0.rvlc( *n^j your acceptance o( nn�asles and on-> afu�r tho other thi this purse of gohl. Our thought of; disease wont through ihw family at . i \v oi.jua otn jo ion st Kim ti| iioaVuvo oliildivn. The d.ui^lit.r was still all in the turn Riven. Inrt in the �on>iiK of Point lCdward. A. M. McClLLOCH. i Pit. Mcl.AltKN I "Point Kdwaivl. .Inne 27. ! Tho hrkle's father hoa l*vn post j master of Sarnia for thirty years. Widest I cice Highest Grades Lowest Prices coming XKXT wkkk. Tour of AU^erta legislature in South ecu Albcrta- j (t'aigary Herald.) Hon. w. tl. Cuahmg, nviniatcr of; 1 public works, informs The Herald J that arrangement* aro pioKressini;: . favorably for tho propound �rlp ol j tho leeiaiatara around the province. On Tucoday di�nt .lamleRon wirwl Mr. I'ushing that tho P.P.It. would furnish u s|iecial j train, and tl� .excuralon v HI accordingly tako placo, Htariing on Augiwt 7U� The tour will bo an tslueation ami an t>yo-openor for some of the iimhii-bpra. many of whom in ihe North know nothing about Southern AI -bent a and it* big industries and varied resource* except from hoarsuy- UNNECES8ARY EXPENSE. Acute attacks of colic and dian1 liaea comp on without warning anfl prompt relief ' must be obtained Thera la no nerMMtHy of incurring the ex|M>nse of a physician's svrvlee in such caaes if f'hamlierlaln's Oollc. Cholera and Plairhoca Hemody is at hand. A dow of thia remedy �will relievo tho patient before a doctor could arrivo. It has novcr le.it known to fail, even iu tho most nev. ere and dangerous cases and no fain* ily ahouM l>o wltho'it it V n- sale by all druggists. A |�hysiilan was summomxt but the ; boy grew rapidly worse until last Sunday when his condition waa no , s*>rious that it was decided to bring him to the Frank hospital. l>r. Mul-. colnwion found an operation for up* ItK've | pemllc.tis necessary. The operation 190(1." ' was porformod Sunday evening an.11 wus successful but the etfgravafcd nature of the caw1 and tho long rid i in the hot sun vure too much for th,. , tad'a streng'th unl he di.�l during the ! Jt Will PftV Vou To StH> Onr night. j Stock Before BuyugElsewhere. The trorty was taken ho�v> to tho j ranch to Ih> tmried by the aide of the wife nnher�a, World Wide is a marvel of iutereat and otienpness �s a Ivigto class electric; if will compare favorably with anything at several timea ita price. For the (aiiall auiu of one doUavr and a-half it tirlnga every' week for a year the hest articles that appear during the week in the leading Dnt-isli, American and Foreign puh*ic�u ioiis. Of courae It appe�U to the thiinkiitiK element in twh community. thofKs who want to know what the world thUikeis arc '; tiiii these will find It an full of raro m-tierlainmen't aa of wladoiu. It ta absolutely wotkl-wide hi its Interests and has no axo to grind. Tho ann-iml subscription includra 190.'. OAlt-ICATl'llED. a most cntortwining r�. view of last year. It will - be neat free of charge t.? any addrees for a short time. The annual snbKcrtption price lH $1.00. and tho publishers are John Dougail & Son of Montreal. We Can't Do It For -what Bt�n� others do your work for UT WE CAN DO Better, which is more important to you, at the life ot your Shirts. Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our process of laundering them. Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar hat "saw teeth" edges. In our htan-dry every collar is ironed with n smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone 145. -.Wagon call* everywhere. Let us try u lot for yon. (*ctbfcHd*c Steam Uaundry, Ltd. ;