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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta * a: CITYS NEW BUILDING BYLAW Tou can shake down a "Sunshine" furnace without getting covered with ashes and dust-has % 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 wakes the entire household bright and genial. Sold by all enterprising dealers. Booklet dee. McCIarys LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEO, VANOOUVM, ST. JOHN. HAMILTON, HICK & WAKELY AGENTS I the .Bold Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATCH RATES ,$1.50 A DAY |LETHBRIDOE ALBERTA| I ROYAL * HOTEL TABER, ALTA. 1 Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION dToTo:o�;o;o;o:o:o:^^^ ARE YOU A LOVER Of Chocolates? If bo, try ours. We have full lines of Ganong's world famed goods. ^ DRAY1NG All kinds of Draying and Team work done promptly. mmemmm EABL KIRKHAM PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the diatriot: rivED HorniNs. * mop, Synopsis Of Cnadta NertMTcst HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. AMT even numbered aaclloa o Oomlnloa Land* In Manitoba, Saakatckawaa a Alberu, esccptinf a an1 M. not reterfta. ma; be botneatcaded by any fitom who la lb* �ole head of a family, or any male over It year* of age. to the talent of oae-quarter aectlon of too acre*, more or lea*. SKn'rr toum Ue made personally at tbt local land ofttce for ibe dtatrlcl In wblch tbe laud la liiiatr, Tbe bomeateader I* required lo perioral tbe condition* connected therewith under im of llie following plana.: i. At leaat !-po^nted for the City, the Chairman of Public Works shall iHsrform ill duties required under this lly-lnw to l� performed by the City Kngm-cer. DUTI13S OF HUILOKHS. 3. It shall be the Only of every person intending to erect, a building In the City o( Lettabridge lo dc|M>�it with the City Knflncer before commencing -the excavation for of the erection of any such bulMing. � pl.w or plans of such proponed building drawn to a scale of not less than eight toot to an Inch, nnd situ wing Utc levels of the cellars nnd >b�se-rnvnt* thereof, with reference to the actual grade or Rurhtro of 'the street on which the sntd building fronts or which is nearest Ihe sile of the said building. a. In ease �iny deviation is made during the prugrp�� of stHl alterations or rv|>airs are in com  pi lance with the provisions of this Itylnw and will not Involve u vi.i'.it ion of any Hylaw or regulation of the Oity relating to th�> envt-ion. repair, or alteration of build rngs. .V The said City Kngincor slutll Ik> responsible for the �nfe keeping of the plans and siwcifk-nt u>rt* in this Hylaw provkksl for. nnd shall upon tvriupst 8>ve to the |�'rson filrng tho same iv cerSiflcitte of lite tlnto of such deposit. fl. It shall Ik* the duty of ev.�rv builder and of the owner whew Hioiv arc two or more huihters for the aatnc structure to g-iw to Hk> Ci comtisMicisl or altered, and t tho names of the owner. nrehitiTl aort hiiihiern to !� unguK^d in the completion or alteration th--tvof: an.I if suoh building or alteration is tint contrary to any of the HylnwH of tite said City It shall lx> tlx- -duty of the Oity Engineer if ui his opinion the temporary uso of �ny inirtion of the sidewalk or streot is nec�'ss.iry for the erection of such building ir excavation, to give to the 4>iiiklcr. ahoukl ho omrily usml by the bulkier during Uw erection of nry such huiklrng or the making of such alterations hi* wfch portion shnil in no case exc�.,t ow-Utlrd of tho whole wklth of the nklewalk :\int street imnnilktrtely fronting on the spaoo lo U> built on or tite buil/ ing to Iw rrtnovtMl or alteml. 7. Tho iiersona or nt>rHons recol v  tng such |�rtnH shall, Mort- rum -mencing to excavate or buikl "� make any atU'rations ivjnove the planked nklewalk (if any such ili-iv bo) or^cover over or probtH ihe Mktewalk w4tere iwr|tiirwl, �tnl enclose w^Mt a 'board fence six fivt in height the imrtion t�f tho �i(k'\valk at reel allowexl to K, used ami mw.-iontsl in such permit, and placo u-rouml tin* butsklo of sm4t fence u wooden plat form or footpath ,t U*asl four fwt wkk\ with a strong haml-rall three feet high around it for foot paMKngers, hIhuiM tho City Hngincor so tllreot, ami k�op tlk� �*W platform and *>arrd rail (If an;.) In proper order unfil tho sakl hulkling. alterations or repairs is or �re firtshwl. 4)tit ,lf the sakl sk��w�lk is injrito of granolHhic pawment or of! �ag stones or othor iternwiMmt t��t-1 erinl, the same Hhall 4)u covorod over and proteetod as may i� owtarod by M*e Oity Engrmvr; and om montion^I in his |m>rmft. 8. Any (tertion having the umo of amy portion of the irti-eet or hhIu -walk for the purpose of ereoting, iff-tetlng or repairing any hnikHng, or for any other purpose, ohall eauue a ml light to bo placed In u catiKpicuoiis place in front of such obwtrueiion from �tork i-uch �ig��t until' sunrise tho foUowing morning during the time sui4i c.b-struction remains. 0- No person shall pioee uny building or otiaar material on any part of taie street* or sklewa4ka ' uf tlw city, except after recoiving a por- n�it to tlo so as aforesaid, ntnl then only nfter complying wHh mid ful-inilng nil Hie raqulreinenta in this lly-lnw .*�( forth, noil only upon Hint part of the street nllowed by sin h IHM'tnit to N' used iinmediivU'ly In front of the ground to l>e built npoh or the bulMing to l>c tviwlred or al-tentl, and suoh materials wlvnll tir.t pilnil t� a gtvnti-r iH'iglvt *h�n six ti>>t, nor so as lo obstrui't the fn* passage of wwtcr In live dixvins. gutters or wnterctiursi'.s along Hr� side-wnlks, iwr slwll tihe same ils> pMcwl upon nny portion of the sidewalk nn-k�ss |N> ntwl mentk>nod >i-n his permit., nor hnll nny |vtwt>n pivpare or Mix rti'.v ithiiuar or cut or dress any stone i.r tiMols>r on nny street in tho said City. or in lite spare nloMeil >*r inutitionod in suoh permit, or pile thereon any tnaierinl or earth taken from the site of the building pro -posed to be creoted. repaired or nl-tvretl except such ns may I*' fiKjuir-ml for subsequent use thetwin. 10. UnWs t4ie sakl t^rty Kngineet grants a pernni't to use t*ie sUk*w^lk as aforesaid, the builder or bniklers of �ny bntkling to iw er�Hit�il, aller-od or tvpaiml, slinll. lieforo commencing work thei-eon, or making nny excavation therefor, erect over the sklevnlk or footway In front of such bnildlng a scaffold or iwlep>n -dent structure of �the wklth of the siik-wnlk At�.i eight feet h�sii �t Ifi'st nbnve tlx* level of t4�- sklewalk or footway, whilst sculTokl or imlcp-n-dent structure siinll In- plnnkral over the entire length ami bnwlth of the buikling to \k> er-i-tisl, n'teiN^I of re-pnirixl with two lav^i-s of two Inch plank Iniil to bniik ImhwI pro|s>r:y. nnd such |tor(ion of the skk-walk or footway �s nfoivsaid shall 'be en-elosod longtitiMtinally on lM>lh sklt�s to tihe height of the scnffokl with strong liontxl foncen so tlmt the said skk'walks of the strwts may at oil titles be left free for public use, and upon the Nkk>walk iving �o covered or fenced the portion of tlio street i outskk* the sklewalk for the w twelve inches (kvp for span over six feet and the caps on tlx' |H>sts must be ten ind*-* deep. When permission Is ri-aiiIiiI to lny a sklewalk outs^le of 'the enclosure as aforesakl H-shall be Inkl in the manner �imI of the WimI ami sizes of material directed by the Pity Engineer. All gates into .m-losures sIkiII o|�en inwanla)and not across tlw sklewalk or street. la The snkl city En^iner ahnil not grant a permit to use any |ilt of the stn-ets or sklewalks if tlir s�li| City il' the bi�ildil>g If. I e mrl-isl or the repairs or all'*p.i'lniis 'o Ih- tuile are contrary to this lly-lnw. I.'l. No |n>rmit grantocrl(Kl than four months, 'but such ivrttAl nmy !� external iiy tin- City Engineer from time to lime on sufflciient reasons Iv-ing shown hut so that no extonsi-in at any one time shall exceed Uirc*' UHmtiiK. and that the whole portion of tiie |>erinit and extensions Ihi-reol (if tiny) shall not exceed in all 12 months, and every sueh |m*rmH nnd extension thereof shall 'U>conx> null and vo�l upon ti�e holder thereof failing to comply with the terms of such permit or otherwise violating nny of the provisions of this Hylnw or upon the work bring finished. M No jierson Hhall inlorfero with or remove spy sklewalk or place any material or pliant upon any skk'.inlk or wtiiH't in the sakl Oity link's* he Mm 11 haw first received a |>eiiiiH so to iln from tlw City Engineer as ufoivMikl. nor shall any |�erson suffer or iiermit any hulkling material or plant brought by him upon uny strtvt or skk-walk to remain any longk-r ilmn the duration of the permit of lite City Engineer or nny extension thereof or whilst the same remains in force, ami on completion of tiie walls and outskle work of any such buiklrng or ti|K>n tint expiration of the |iermit of Ihe. City EngiiiiH-f. the owner, buikler or other person who has brought any such material or plant upon any such street whall iiuiiKilkvlely ri'ino.v fit sm4i nmUTlal or plant from the �tr�all placo any plant tr material upon any of tihe xtreets or sklewalks of tito sakl City such person or persons shall l� nnsworulile for any and all tlamngo causnd thern-by unless suoh damage is tlirectly due to (he iMigllgwiee of tiio person sustaining such damage. 10. Itofore nny btiiklltvg is com -men rod on any public Ktraot the poison desirous of erooling such buikling or some }iorson on his boh.\U shall obladn from tho CHy Enginoor Wie pro|ter lino of such street as adoptod by the Council or as eslftih lishcd Uy law and the City Rtiginoer. shall, upon request in writing tlwro- for, nnd vllhlit ono week from Hie date of stidt request fiirtvinii saibe to the iierson ileslring lo civet ttvy sii':h building or 4o the person In his iielmlf inaltirig application. t". WmmIcii porolK-s may wHlioni. Iiermit i� erectwl In eontvnM ton wilh dwelling luMtses but ihey must not be larger than six foot by eight feel, and one storn'.v high; and the spnc of at k�a�t two feet must |�> nuiin-talnod lx�tween such erections n>nd the 'bourwlniy of the adjoining lot FtltK I.TMtTH. 18 Tlx> following limits ?4inll lc known iim nird sltull be tis> Fire Llmlls of the City of L/ptMhrlilgiv natnoly. all thai port of the i'ity bounded on the north by IVnroiiess road, on tihe West by Marlcotl mad. on the south by Ihiffcrln strets nre shown on a map of record in tlw lintwl Titles Olllce ns No. 72.'t n. 10 No building and no addition to any existing Iniiklnvg wrthfn lhi(ill.v fireproof ami t'ls fltHil not less than gftO.on and not more than flOO nhl such buiUKngs erected or removal or nlleml in violation of this bylaw arc iieiviiy tUK'lnnmove Ihe same forthwith, nnd unless the party ivsponslblo shall lH�gl'ti Ihe removal of same ami complete the same In a reasonable time, it shall i>e the duty of tlhc wi'aI CHy Engineer to proceed to have name removed and the cost thereof shall be cin�rg��d lo nnd ttuiy ls> ivcovoinmI from the sofid ri' -slble party by suit, in name of the Oity. 2M. lly-lnw No. 100 of the Town of Ijet'lvhrKlgc is hereby repet'.>!. Oone n-ixl |>nsm�d in Council tills tilth day of June, A. P.. lOrni. Signiil IIKO. I'tOflF.ICt. C. II. IIOWUAN. Sec.-Trees. DR. P. W. TULLER tMYStClAN AND SURQEON LETHfiRIDOE >fflce-Over Ott'n Harber Shop. Hours-11 :ltn to VIM noon; 3:00 lo f-:00 p, m.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Office Night Hell auil Telaphona SIMMONS ov BENNETT Barristers Ao. LKTHIIUIIHIK AND CAHD8TON Lethbri�lK� Otl'ut), Boutliard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property \V. c. Simmons, II. A., Ciown I'rotecntov C V. IlKN.iCTT B. A. TAKINO OVEK lll'll..l)tN(IS. Premier ItutherfotMl Itefers so No^Jt-intions at Ottawa. 11 X ft ~ tl � ?l � S f . ft - ci DR. C. G. GRAGG FHYSICtAN AND StlRQEON Office-Over lllglubotbira'a Drag Store 'PHONE Office 135 Houae 94 Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Phyilclini, Suriconi, Accoucheti Ollico-UwliMitli St. cor. Burdett. Honrs-7-H p. in. 'Ye Before 9 a.m., 2-il p.m., Sundays-2.!HI to 3.8i) p. in. Telephones II anil (VI, P. H.MiiWiii'kn W.S. C1ai,hraith M.D.O.M. M. D. 0. M. Drs. DcVebcr & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons. x j5 * .x i k k o - * 7. fi !l R f rt When such 'buildings are mtrile of ston � they shall Is- made to con  J form to tin- foregoing table. after adding to such table (oar Inches lo dimension* of sukI table thrnotfheit. prnXKltsI alwn.vs thtvt the tib.ive provisions ns to ihlcknesM of walls or metal roofs shall not apply lo building* otherwise conforming In the provisions of this bylaw, creeled within the Fitv Limits, ImH itilondel for use ami only used as private resiilt nces. Owners of any irregular *hr>el frame buildings, when it is sli >>\'n lo the Council to U> desliable, may Ih> (icriiillitfd to construct niblltions theieto, so long as these additions do not extend ln-yond tho limits of a romploUd rectangle not exceo.llng in length the wklth of the ordinal building ami m>t exceeding in wl-ilh the width of the original inrrtding and not exceeding in height tlx- highest part of the roof of buildings, provided tiint tiie in.'f and exposal rear ami snk> walls of tiie whole building to which any nd-dilior. has iieen made, siiall ix. No cornice of wood shall' be placed on any buikling, nor shall it have any l>ay or oriel wimlow of wood ami all ehimmoys Hhall lie cf brick. ston or concrete. earrUsI tit h-nst thnsi feel nlmve tht� nmf. 2'. No |m>rson shall construct any building within sahl Eire Limits unless previously to I'Iri commencement of wild con�truction he .shall hnve obtaimil from tiie City Engineer a imnuit therefor, nor shall nny l>eiM,n within said Fire Limit Without previously obtni-ning a similar Iiermit rebuild or n-pnir licyond what is wH'es�ary to nwikc good any ordinary or natuind �dolerlomrl ion tor enlui>ge or nild lo any building nor remove any building from one lot lo anotU-r within said fire limits, and mi wooden buikling shall be moved front any place outside the said Fire Limits to any place within sold File Limits without a lierinrt from the Oity Engineer ami the walls of such buikling after having iieen so moved titall lie brick venoeml or covered with other fire proof, material oUier than Iron and tho roof and cornioes shall lie covered with iron, �iuc cr tin. to" the Hatlsfaetion of ih* City Engineer wltltin a time to iw specified by him. when iiermissiuti to tnovo is given and the person or per-hoiib so otttairting luavo to move such buikling and .'neglectiiw and refusing to comply with tho provis -ions of this bylaw within tho time HjH�clfled; or within such further time an inay tw allowwl �>y Hki Oity Engineer shall upon demand itiunodlato-ly romove the sakl buikling with nit the fire limit*, failing which the Council may direct tho said building to be torn down or removed nt 'the expense of the owner. 23. Amy person, whether owii3C Winnipeg Free. Pros*. Hon. A. C. UuthorfoiHl, premier of Alberta, arrived In tho city io-a night after n six wwks" visit to Ot-taw-n nnd other Yeastern Canadian points. Seen at the Empire last n'rght. Premier Ituihcrfonl said that his trip iind been made in his oOlcinl capacity as representative of his province, to ncK*r. Then- nre n^jlstry olllci- ami IVInnnKton. The nr- j rangi'iiHiits U-wwtvn ilk' Aliierta ro\- ' will I*, compleltsl in ivIhiih two weeks. Another im|m>rtaot item of the negotintions was in reference to in,, i maintaining of the ii.N.W.M.i*. Ibe! force wiH jh. maintained as it Is ni | pr��set>t in ri-jpnil to numbers and! ellleifncy. TIk� liominlon governmetii j will Isnii- n share of the cost if ma n | teiuvnce and the province will bear i tiie ri>uniimk>r of the cost. Tlh� Su-1 kntchewuti g�iven�inenl ban entered Into a similar arrangement. coverit>g u term of years U-gltming on J dy I. lOiht, ami exlemlltrg to June :t". 1011. In lt*Knrd to the bye-electkHi In VcnuilKoa, Premier llutboifoixi hardly thoikgtn that the opposit ionwo'i'.d place a randidutc in the field. The former tmiulier, a LH�ernl, waspleci-�d l�y an immense majority ami the reMilt of a ('.onlest woukl be a foi" gone conclusion. Premier lliitherford stuiml furih'r tlwit it wo* eX|MH-tt>il 'Ihnt tlr nsiu-U>rs of the AlU-rta h>gislature woukl start on August 7. on a tour I through Southern Allwrlu. The c.b-jis't of t*n> trip would lxgl*Jnlive birildingH tbe pn-mier said that 11"' exact site has not as yiH Ikvii mdii't-isl. Plans for the buikling were being prepared ami when completed ii woukl tie a structure creditable to Ihe province. Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. DR. B. JACKSON dentist Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago. Offira-Oti Block, Drs. McCltire it Stewart Sl'KQKOS, DKNTIHT8 Office- J. D. HiKitibothaui's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect nnd Superintendent RAYMOND - - ALBERTA. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the Bummer to laying out new tow-unites. Contract prices on application. Office at the Coaklale Hotel, Leth bridge. Lethbridge. Lodge No. 2. L0.�JC^0.F. Mrrta In nOilfrlliiwa' Hall every Prlitar cvcdIuk at i.Miu'cloca. Vlaiiiug brrlLicu �ir alwava wrlcomr. w. Bennett, Nil. V. Bennett, Kec. sec WILLOW ERANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Mrvla In Ctlittrlluwa' Hall � rry accoud and fou rih Tli u rati a � VlHltura alwaya v/tlcuar. Mrs J. Stafford. Annie Davies N. a. Rcc. ate. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Slu-d. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN' PARRY | THE MOST CONVICTION'. ! When MnViin, the fomoiiH gun In-! veutor, placed hit) gun before a com-' inittee of JmlfcVH, ho Hinted Its carry-ii�lf power to lie much below what he li'lt sure the gun woukl accoinpiixh. Tho ivkiiIi of the trial was therefore a givat mirprlMu, liiKleu>;l of tliHttp-pnintinent. It is the name wiMi the uianufaeturei'n of ClMtivt�.rl�iin'N Colic Cholera and l)iurrho�>a lteiiuoa�L of ail thin remedy will accomplish. Iwt |ir.-fer to let the users maku the KtatemnnlM. What they do ctuim, in that il will poult ivoly euro diarrhoea, dyseiit ry, paina in thilted. All creditors of tho Lotbbndgtf Co-Oiierutivo Association, Limited, and oUtcra 'having claims upon tho said Company, are required to acfxttheui in -to the undersigned on or before the. 28th day of August, lUOtf, vori-M by Statutory Declaration. After ihe said 28111 day of August, JUOO, the liquidator undorxlgiied will pro-ceod to dndrlbute Uie nsaets of the �ald AsKoowition an>ong8i the parties entitled Uiereto, having regard only to tho claims of which the liquidator shall then twvo notice. Dated at NHvrlirklge the 15th day of June, IDOll. � j. Kbnnv, Liquidator I^ethbrklge Co-Operative Association Limited. YARDS AT- LETHBMDGE. RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR. It Will Pay Yon To See Our Stock Before Buyi.igElsewhere. We Can't Do It For what boiiib otliers do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which is mora important to you, as the life of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our pro* cess of laundering them. Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar hat "saw teeth" edges. In our laundry every collar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. PIioiih 1