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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta (/|T!I^^^V^*^ down a "Sunshine Ton can shake fornace without getting covered with ashes and dust-has a dust flue through which all the dust and ashes escape when you shake down the fire. This heater is so easily regulated and operated, and so clean, that it makes the entire household bright and genial. Sold by all enterprising dealers. Booklet (leOt M�aaiyl5 IiOKIX)N, TOBONTO, MONTREAL, WIKNIPEO, VAHOOUVBa. ST. JOHN. HAMILTON. CnrS NEW BUILDING BYUW HICK & WAKELY AGENTS ' the Mel jlrliitrtoit FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC Z EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER; RATES ,$1.50 A DAY iLETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA| ROYAL ^ HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Jrvinc & Lemon, - Proprietors RatM $1.50 and $2.00 pw Dty r FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN $ CONNECTION )rrrr(S)rrrr(^^ j"o^o'oToTolo!o!o!d!o!b.o.o.o.o.o.o.ojOAo. r ARE YOU A LOVERl Of Chocolates? If bo, try ours. We have foil lines of Gaaong't world famed goods. Or if you prefer Wiebb't we can fill the bill, as we have a comidete assortment of these star makes. : : : : SHERLOCK, FREEMAN &. CO uo.o o o on o o o o b o o o o.o.o o n oo :WESTERN ^WAREHOUSE & ; TRANSFER CO. L.d i Synopsis Of CiMdiii NwtMrcsL HOMESreAD REQUUTJONS. Railroad Transferring. Dray-ing and General DeliveriiiR. ^ Coal Delivered Promptly. HAY, OATS, SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOR McGbrmick&Cockshutt t Machinery Webber  and Adams Wagons *. Canada Carriage Cot's $ Buggies. Etc. AMT even �nmbcrert mcUm o OonHaioa Land* tit MMlioba. SMlutclictrM 'fM J. F. RODGERS | 'Phone 63. Manager. T DRAYING All kinds of Draying and Team ; fc : work done promptly. EAIL KnKHAM nONEER NEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE Tliis market is equipped'to:meet the popular demand of the the ttietriotf FRED HOPHINS. # PBOP. Alberu..e>ceptlDf t Ml M, ui ret�rf��. �muy be bomeatetded by aiiMMrMS who U lb* �ole bead of � famllr, or an? maleo*er ItrMi* of ige, to tbe extent of one-qnarter ocilea of too acrea. more or leaa. SRn'r; muat be made penonally at Iho local lanil omce tor the dialrlct In wblcb Ibe laud te �lluate, Tbe bomeateader la required 10 perfora Ibf conilltlonii conaeeied iberewltb uoder oa* of the ruilowioi plana.: I. Atleaat aU moniba' roatdeace upoa aad cultivation of tbe land la each rear foratiuive jean. i. It tbe fatber (nr nrotber. If tho falkar la deceaaed) of tbe bome-teader raaidca upoe  farm In tbe vlclnltj of tbe land entored for tkt requlrementa aa to realdence may be aatlaStd \>j. auclf pcrann fealdlD( wUb ibe fatbor ut motber. 3. If tbe leitler taaahia penaancat realdmce npon farmioK land owned by bim In iba viaia-iljr of bla bomeatead, tbe re�ulrcaienia aa io realdence mair t>e aatlatted bj rtaldaaca upon tbe aald land. Bla moiiba' notice In wrtllne aboold ba gUtfim to the Oomnloaioner of Demlnloa t>aada � Ottawa of intentioq to apply tor paiait. W.W.OOBT. Deputy of tbe Mlalatar of lha laMKlar. Believing tlwt titc Bitilding Ily-iavv rec��tly adopted toy Hi� Ci'ty Coim-oiJ vill bis of *nitert�t to our iwwk'rs, we reproduce it this ntick tii full. A Bylaw of Ute City of U'tlibri.)^ raapecting Fiiv Limits anil oivL'tioii Md n-iiK>\'�l of bitiMiiigM. The Muiricipal Council of tK City of LctihbrMgo pnacts aa follows: 1. L'mtjil a City Eiigiiiwr is a\>-poMutod for the City, the- Olvairiivaii of I'tibliu Works almll iHiHurm 'ill duties roqiiiiod timfcr this lly-la-.v to be performed iliy tbo City I'-iigm-�r. DUTIES OF HU1LD13RS. 2. it aball be the duty of every person intending to eioct a 4>iiiltion of such original i\\an. or 10 file a new amd corivcl plan before commencing any such tkiviation or alteration. 4. No person shall couMiicnco tiic erection of any building or itihe ^ repair or akteration of any old build -itig when the cost of such re|>airs or alterations exceeds the sum of mu-hundred dollars until he sholl have sirbhtittod the plans provtdwl for In the two procooding sections hereof, and also the specifications of the proposed 'building, aVteration or re -p�iv3, and shall liave obtained the written certificate of t'he saKI City Engineer that the proposed >btriUli.ig alterations or repairs are in com -pliance with t*>o provisions of this Bylaw and will not involve a viol.xt-ion 01' an}- Bylaw or regulation of tho Oity relating to the erection, repair, or alteration of build ->ngs. 5. ^The said City Engineer shall l>e responsible for the safe keeping of the plans and spccificatioi>s in this Bylaw provido'.huiMinga already erected; full particulars in writing, of the., situation, l^tih, bPoai.1ith and height, and tbe intended use of the hoiis^ or building aliout to l>e comntenccd or at'tered, and the nuniiljer of siioh buildings it more ihan one, and also the names of the owner, architect anH buildera to be angagod in the completion or alteration th^'ivof: und If siioh building or alteration is not contrary to any of the Bylaws of the said CHy It shall -be tbe duty of the OHy Bngineer if in his opinion the 'temporary uao of any portion ofTthe sidewalk or atreet is necessary for the erection of such building cr excavation, to give to the 'biiiider. ahoutd he demand 'the same, a pur-mit in writ'ing defining what portijii of the Hide�'alk or street (If any) may be 'temporarily used by the buifcfer during the erection of nry siieh 'buiMing or the making of such Iterebions but sifch portion shall In no case excaod one-tihird of the whole width of the sidewalk and street imnvdiartely fronting on the space io hts built on or ti|� buii/ ing to he Klmoved or olterwi. The persons or persona receiv- 11*11 to ilo 5)o a.s aforesaid, aiMl then only after complyii�g with and ful-ftllii>g all the iwiuiivments in this Hy-law forth, aixl only upon tiint |)ai't of the strei"l nllowed by ^wh |h!rmit to 'l�e u.sed iii�i�t�airod oral-torMl, and suoh iiKitfrinls sitvall net �>,? pilod to a. Rivnt^r lieiglvl than six fwt. nor so as to i�l>struct the fioe pafwage of waiter in tl�e ili'ains, stutters or watercoiir.seS along ti|�e sidewalks, nor shall the same ilie pMceii upon any portion of the sittewalk un-kw.s |>erinission to do so has bt.>en siwcifically giivon 'by the City Engineer atKl monl'ioned 'in his |toriuit.. nor nl>all any person pivpaix' w mix e.'.^y inontar or cut or drcs.i any stone (.r t(iiirt)or on any street in the said City. or in the space alot/tod .-r tnont'iotK^d in suoh permit, or pile thereon any material or i>art'h taken from tho site of tiic building pro -po.sod to be erected, repairwd or altered except such as may be recpiir-od for subsequent u.so therein. 10. Unkies the .said Oity Engineer grants a perinit to u.se the sidewalk as aforesaid, tfae builder or 'bwiMers of any bitiidiing to too eivoted, altered or neiiairod, shall, before com-m�ncing work thereon, or nuking any e.xcavatiion tihon-for, erect over tJio sidcvalk or footway in front 01 such building a .scan'okl or iiKlepon -dervt striU'tiiK! of the wi9iik�\valk or footway, wliioh scntToki or imlf^p.-ii -dent structure shall !� planked over the emtlre length ami 4irendth of the buihllng to lie civcli'tl, aMoivd or re-pairod with 'two la.vei-s of two inch plank laid to breiik borKl pmiierty. and such (tortioti of 'the sMmwlk or footway as aforesaid shall 'l>c en-cloiwd longtitiMinally on both sides to tjhe lioigbt of the scaft'oM with .strong lK>aid fences so that tibe said sidewalks of the streets may at oil times be left free for pi>blic use, and upon the sidewalk 'Ixdng so covered or fenced the portion of the street outsitk! the sidewalk for the use of which a permit has ixen issued sb-ill be fenced in wit'h a atrot�g board fence six feet high, but it shall not in tihat case be necessary to make any platform for foot pa.e laM in the manner aiM of the kiiml aiM sizes of material directed by t'he Ci,ty Engineer. All gates into enclosures sball open inward^ and not across the .s^idewalk or street. 12 The saM City EngHi:tr ahail not grant a permK to use any |jit of the streets or sidewalks if �hy high; and i'hti spac.> of at 'VeaMt two f^-t mu�t tw niain-tAintd Iji'tween such erertioiis fi.nrl the 'boundary of >tihe adjoining lot FIIIE LIMITS. ' la The following linuta f�iall l,e known oa and situll tje West by Macleod roiid. on the soiil'h by PulTerin street and on the eost by Biiidett .e eratHed or piactxl on old or new fouiKlations, or roun-'~ ations partly new and partly old, which is not substantially fire proof, and v.^ose con.struotion is not such as will make H secure from endan -gcring human life and property tiiat is to say: the roof thereof f4�nll i>e of tin, iron, slate, or other' substance eiiiMiliy fiiwprooi and t'he r.ido and rear walls of such 'Imil'dning .shall bo of brick, stotie or concrete and tiie^front walls! thereof of brick, atono, concrete or .steel, aiM as I0 tiho thickness of sioviNl or aileri' City lOngiiieor to nt one*- give the party n^ponsiblc 'tilierefor, written iH>ticc re()uiring him to ivinove tliL> .same 'fort.hwitb, and unk>.ss the party ivsponsiblo shall liegin the removal of, same onfl compk�to Ibo same in a reasonable time. It sba'M 'lie. the duty of Wie maM City Enginivr to procecci �to 'have same removed anil 'the cost, thereof shall be charged to and ti.ay ltd recovered flom ' *1k� sa*id rps|>;in -si'ble party by suit, in noiiK' of tho Oity. � 23. By-law No. 100 of tho Town of 'liOtbbridge is heroliy repetl�.l. Bone and-passed ijn Council this Ltth day of .funo. A. !�.. lOOrt. Signtd OEO. ROOEliS, Mayor. C. B. BOWAfAN. Soc.-Treos. DR. P. W.TULLER1 rHYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBHIDOE .)rrice-Ofer Oit*� Barber Shop. Hoar*-ll:lK) to I3:iin noon; !!:(� Is p. SI.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. Office NlKht Bell and Telaphooa TAKING OVEU BUILDINGS. Premier Huthortoid Refers so Nojjt,-iations at Ot/tawa. J= -e 2 S ^ � 2 S 5 o 0 i "5 5 'S ^ ; .� W; r.ltU8SEUbefore com  tnencing to excavate or build or make any alterations lemove tbe planked sidewalk (if any such th^re be) ' Discover over or protect Ihe .siidewalir where rerp�irod, aiM encl.j.se irtfeh a 'board fence six feet in height tho portion of the nittewalk u.id street allowed to Ijo used and mon-;-ioned in such permit, and place a-iVMind t'he biHsido of such fence a wooden platform or footpath .-it least fotir feet wi, with a strong hand-rail three feet high around it for foot passengors, shduki the City Rtigitieor ad direct, and keep the saM platfomi and hand rail (if an;') in proper order udFU the snkl biiihl-Ing, aHorations or repairs is oi' are fMiabed. but 'if ttie said sidewalk is ntade of ffranoUt4>ic pavement or of flag Btonea or otiior permanent material, tbe aante shall be covorod over and protected as.may 'be ordered by ttte City Encineer; and a� meationed in his permit. 8. Any person having the use of any portion ot t'he street or aide -walk tor the purpose of ereoting, iff-tei-ing or repairing any buiMing. or (or any .other purpose, itttall cauite a red light to be placed in a conspicuous place in front of such oibstrucVion from dark each night until' sunrise the fotlo�^ving moTOlng during the time suc4i obstruction remains. 9. No person siiall place any Imlldihg or other nwterial on any part ot tlie atmeta or sMew�ikii ' of tbe city, exoept after receiving a por- l.'l. No permit granted u.r.'lor t� Bylaw shall airtboriso the obsiruct Ion of the street or sidewalk as foresaid for more tUvan one week prior to ithe commencement of the excavation for or t'he erection or pair ot any such buiUling, or sholl lie Tor a longer period tiban four months, but such wnrtit may fie ex temkKl l)y the City Engineer from time to time on siifflcient reasons l-e ing shown bift so that no extensi'>n art any one time shall exceed tiiireo mont'hs. and t'hat tiho whole portion of t'he permit and extionsions tbereof (if any) shall not exceed in all 12 mont'hs, ond every such permit oiid extension thereof shall -Ijecome null and void upon tbe holder thereof failing to comply.witb tbe temM of such permit or otherwise violating any of the provisions of tbis Byl.iw or upon the.work,bdlng fVnished. 14. No person sikll interfere with or remove sidewalk or place any material or plant upon any side.ralk or .s'trcot in the saM Oiiy tinless he .sihull haw first received a permit so I to 'do from the City Engineer as a(oivsaiaterial or plant from the street or sMowalk end cause the street atM sidewalk to be ckvned and reta'id and placed in as good condition and repair as tho i'nmo wore in licfore suoh  material or plant wore placed 'tbei^on. 15 In all cases u-bero any - person or pcrsoiHt .shall plaoa any plant cr material u|ion any of the streets or sMewalks of ithe saM City such pcr->ton or .persons sball lie answerable for any and all damage causod thereby unless sui^ damngie is diriwtly duo to tiho nogllgence of tihe person sustaining such damage. 16. Before any bufMing is com . ntoncod on any public street tihe |>or-son desirous of erecting such buiMing or some jterson on his bohAlf shall nht>�in from the City EnglniJOr t��o proper line of such strpot a" af aiid exposed reor aiM side walls, of the whok> building sheeted with iron. 2il. No cornice ot wood shall! bny building within saM Fire Limits un-less proviou!^ly to the commencement of said construction bo .shall have ol>taiiiM'�l from tbe Oity Engineer a permit therefor, nor shall any peif-on'W'itbiin said Fire Limit w�ith-oii't previously obtaining a. similttr licrmit rcbiiiki or repair beyond what is necessary to make good any ordinary or n�tin moved from any place oiMside tho.saki Fire Limits to any place wiithin siaid Fiieil Ijimits withoitt a iiei'init from the-j Cit.v Engineer a'nd tho walls of such buiMing after having 'been so moved rfmll bo brkik veneered or covered with ol4ter fire proof mo'teriol other than iron atM the roof atM cornices' shall be covered W'ith Iron, xinc cr tin, to' the satisfaction of the City Engineer within a time to iie specified by him, whi^ permission to move is given and the person or per. sons so obtainling leove to .move such buiMing and neglecting and refusing to comiily with the proyls-ions of this bylaw within the ~"tinio specified; or witbin such tiii'ther time as may 'be lloweil tiy tbe Oity Un-gincer iihiall upon .l immodiatc-: ly remove ttie saM buiMing wiith>ut tbe fire limits, failing which the Council may 'direct:tho said building to be torn down or removed at the expense of the owner.  22. Any person, wbother owajV, Winnipeg Free Preisa. ' Hon. A. C. Ruthiwfotd. prenvier ot Aiberla, arrived in the city ia-a niiglu after a six wx�kB' visit to Ot-tawo and other Yeastern Oaimdian points. Seim at the ' fimpiro last night, rrcinier Hutherford said thot his trip bod been mode in his official capacity as i�pre.sei>tative of his prov-inco. to> ncf^^tiato witli the Doiitinion goveriMiient on several moClers of importance, l^he main featuixj of the negotiations was the perfecting arra'ogements for tbe taking over of public buiMings 'by tito provinco. The buildings to bo taken over are the court bouses, land titles' ofllcos, etc. Cach government is to appoint valuators an'cl >the provincial government will formally take over such buildings as. they deem advisable. There aits several fine courthouses in riie provinoo wbiich will be valuetl. Tho one at Coilgary is a splendid siinicturo aiM there aie also good bulUlings at Edmonton, Vacteod and Rod Beer. Thene are registry ofilces at Cglgnry and l!klmonton. The arrangements Ijcsweon'the AW)erta gov-will'. 1k� completed 'in oiImiim two weeks. Another important item of I lie negotiations wias in reference to in,, maintaining of the R.N.W.M.P. The force wiM i� maintained as it is at present in reguivl to nun�bers and ofllciency. The Dominion governnient will 'bear a .share of tbe cost it ma n-tenaince and the province will bear the remainder of the cost. The Saskatchewan government has entered into a similar arrangement, coverit>g a term of .years beginning on .lily I, 190t>, and extending to June 1911. tn regaid to the "byo-elcction VcnnilKon, Premier Butberfoid ha'd-ly tboi>gbta>tod furih.-r that it was expected tbat the mcni-hors of 'the Alljefta legislature woui:! siart on August 7, on o tour througli Southern AMiertn. The object of tho trip would lie to famil-ioriitc themsolvoft with tho conflitioiis ns existing in that portion of thej province., Tn regard lo tbe new logi.sJntivo btMldingf^ ithe pivnvier sa-id that ihe cxioct Kite has 'not as .vet 'been selected. Plans ,for the ituiUling were being prepared and when. completed wouM lie a structure creditable to the province. SIMMONS 4 5CNNETT Barristers Aa. LKTIIBKIDOIS AND CARDSTON Lethbridge Office, Southard Blpck Money to Lend on Town and - Farm Property W. C. Simmons, B. A., CiowB Proaecator C V. BaN.'^B'tT B. A. DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AND StTROEON once-Over Hlgluboiliam'a Oraf siara ^PHONE Office 123 . Houae-94 Drs. Mewburn & Galbnkith Phyiiclani, Surgcont, AccouclMti ' OHice-Retlpalli St. cor, Bnrdett. Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.ni, ni. Sundays-2,:K1 to 3.30 Honrs 7-H p. p. in. 'J^^lophones 41 and 53. P. H. Mrwburn W. S. Gai.braith M. D. C. M. M. D. ID. M. Drs. DeVeber & CampJbcU Physicians and Surgeona. Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. DR. B. JACKSON dentist Graduate Northwestern Univeraity Dental School, Chica^^. OHice-Ott Block, Drs. McClure & Stewart suroeon, dentists Office-J. D. Hi(i;inbothani's new block. Office Honrs-9 n.m. to 12,n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.iD. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - . ALBERTA. A. W. McVlttie Dominion Land Sur\'eyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townaites. Contract prices on application. le^Office at the Coaldale Hotel. Lethbridge. Lethbridge. Lodge No. 2. Mreta In Oddfvllowa' Hall ever.* frldaf evanlDK at t.w o'clock, Vlalllnf breliircB aie alwa?  wcicoiBP. W. Bennett, C. V. Bennett, M. O. Rec. acc WILLOW ERANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 MretH In caittflluwa' Ball e er; accood and fourtb Tburadajr. vtHltora alwaya welcoaic. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies M. O. Rec. ��r. MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN CARRY THE MOST CONVICTION. When M'ax!im, tbe famous gun Inventor, placed his gun" before a com-ntittee of jiMges, he stated its carrying power to lie much liolow what he lelt sure the gun wouM accompiinh. The i-esiilt of the trial was therefore a givat surprise, instead of disap-pointntoni. It is :the same with tbe manufaotulrers of Cbainberlain's Colic Oholwhei�. IMcc In'the m*t�er of tbe Companies Winding-up Ordinance, t90a, �nd.in tbe matter of the winding-up of tho Letthen toave 'notice. Datoii at U^bbridgc the Ifith day of .lune, '1�0�. J. Kbnnv, Liquidator I>>tbl)rMge Cu-Operative AMOciatiou Linriited. WeCaiTt^it For what some others do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which it more im--portant to you, arihe life, of your Shirts, Collars^ Cuffs ia lengthened by our pro- -cesa of laundering them. : Neck Comfbi?t lan.t poaaible when yonr coIUrhaa "saw teeth" etlgea. In our liiun- dry every collar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge- no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. bcthbffd^e Steam ;