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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Sm I unshinc Furnace It Joes not require an expert to clean out the flues of tho "Simshmo" the only tool needed is a brush is supplied with every furnace. Clean-out doors ara placed m the- casing, and the brush can easily be inserted. This heater just bristles with exclusive features such as automatic gas dampers, large double feed-doors, steel dome, double shakers arid steel radiator. If you vrant the best furnace made get tho Sunshine." Sold" by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklot free. CLAUSES FROM THE CITY CHARTER TAXATION. Subject to the other provisions 'in I his Act contained all city, local, or direct taxes or rates shall lovje-i ixiuallv noon 'the whole ratable 'S'iiall be collccUsl ac- TAXKS. or In-fore five lirst day LONDON. TORONTO. MONTREAL, WINNIPEG. VANCOUVER. ST. JOHN. HAMILTON, HICK WAKELY AGENTS Che Botel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAriON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES A DAY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA: Lumber Co'y A FULL STOCK OF Prompt shipment? made to any part of Alberta ARE YOU A LOVER Of Chocolates? If so. try ours. We have full lines of Ganong's world famed goods. .Or if you prefer Webb's we can fill the as we have a complete assortment of these star makes. properly, real an.I personal awl como of tho city ticcoi'diny; to thc( assessed value of such property an.I mi1, and not on any or moiv kinds of property in particular or in ilinVivnt proportions. All land -awl personal proper-ly aiwl income in 'the cii y shall, no othi-r express provision has made in this ivsjxvt. U: liable for taxation' 'subject to ihc i-xomptions hereinafter Kvery inhabitant ot the city "of the uge of iwenty-one yoars and who bus H-siikx! in the said city for a period of two months or more, and lias not Ixvn on ihe ussessiiKMit roll of the city shall tin annual poll l-ax of vo lie ool- U-cted at any time after tlio first day of-May, 'in. manner heivinafter provided.. Persons residing within two miles of the cHy who -have a place of bus- iness therein, and whose names iu'o not on the roll, or .who receive employment and nre paid wfl'gM or "salary t herein are herc-by liable to pay poll 'tax subj'-vt 10 the'provisions act. Any person liable to pay poll taxes -as hereinbefore provided, shall pay the same.to a collector appoin-t- c-d by-law of the Council .'of t-he city to collect the same, wi'thia I tree days after 'the demand thereof by the i collector, in fase of i t he said "collector may levy the same by -distress aiwl sale of the goods -a chattels of a he de- faulter wiih ol the distress j arv.1 sale. i Provided, that .in case any person neglects or r.-fuses to pay the poll tax when di'tnamk-d by -the collector I'-hc colit'-ctor shall then -demand from i employer or employers of the person so neglecting or refusing, the i amount due for such, poll tax, and the pi-rsr.-n paying -the .same do- Idiict same so paid from uho sal- j nry or watr.-s -due 10 the person so i 01- refusing, and the said employer or employers are hereby liable' for i'he amount or j'iunoiints dom-iniKk-d by the co I loot or if th.-y mil '.'O ilwluet the same'from 11 he salary or due to the pcr- son employed. Tho real estate and personal prop- eny of oil railway itti'j.t 11 o is to be considered as i t'he property of ratepayers within I ;he city. Thi- following property shall I t'xcmpt from taxation: All property hold hy His I or sj-iOcially exempted by -the P-arli- unu'tit of "Canada or for -the public of the Uovernmont of 'the IJrov- 1 incf of AJU-rta; -but where any such propt.-ny is occnpivd hy any persoi otiierwi.'f Mian in an ollicial eapac- ky, '.he occupant yliail 'Le iiiwcssod. in raspect thereo'f, but The property it- self phall not liable- The lands not exceeding one acre and t'lte -buildings thereon of all pub lie schools, universities, collogiate institutes or incorporated seminar ies, ijemg public so long a such property is actually uswl' o held for' educational purposes. All property 'belonging to the cit: when hekl or occupied or hi use c t the corporation -tlv2. persona property 'belonging to 'the, same. The books c-f every public library Household ..effects of every kin in nnlicencc-d -hotels ami -books and wearing "Ppa.r- j el in use. Tihe income of every tdhi-r in eaoh of Oc- year tlie nvnsurcr prcpaiv a tax roll uitd iJH-ivon to colU-ct the tiixos j lonying- to or in possA-ssion of tho owtK-r or 'tonaiil Hf Ihe land I wlio.se iKUiK1 appears iipiwi the roll, n-iKl who is ln'ivinin'icr called thy person or nprn intvr- of tlio. person in any yoixls" found laiwl inchKline to tho i ion 01 'tJiv1 r vhall in that contain: (a) The nnnu I n cont inua- :sessnu-iK roll, or iiKk'iKMKkyillys f 'lhvi his in any goods possession of which JR. is entitled uixlor a coniracl which he' may Ix-cmne owner hereof upcm anco of any contli't-ion; or (M) upou chai'tols ol t'iic1 ovviK'r laiul tiliJiotigli imiuc of sell by pulilic I'lw or so much 'there- of ns nuiy tH'cxissary, in'ojK'rty kiistrnijt'd bus s'ohl iifcoi'i; Ihnii' ll'nj dinoiiiit''' of tho costs, and -It IH> chiini to 'the is made -l.y ivny other IK'rson 'ground ih-it U isnc-h OWIKM- him or he was entitliKl "liy lien -or olher right to the- h-nrplus Ilk- said shall rotnrnod to -the in svhose possessimi 'lhe was when ihe di.slivss was in-ude. If thtf claim is mndc by the 'pur- won for whose 'luxes 'fix: property was claim is''u-d- nvU'ti-d, tin- surp.ns s'-bnll pakl to tlu- If the claim is contewlod the sur- DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Ott't Barber 11 to noon lo p. m to p. tu. Offic Hull auu SIMMONS 4, BENNETT Barris lei s LKTHIJUIDOE AND CAKDSTON' idge Oilieo, Soullinrd Mock Money Lo Lend 011 Town ami Farm Property W. C. A., CJOWD Prosecutor G. V. B. A; rate chool YaU-s and otal thereof. If a taxabl special rates 1) Arrears, ami the (X'r.son is a resident sec tvt nry-t ivasu ivr post, 01 Hio person -taxed or of such owner or by tiny ivlaaive of his in case sue-h. ref- lives CMI thv' land.as a member of the family; (U) .by viruie of any the assignment or tixinsfei1 inadj far u purpose of defoattng distress. Where the the city, the hall transmit to iiim by ri'tten or -pri-ntod notitv showing he amount of the taxes payable by uch person and -distinguishing ]je- ween: 'Municipal laves. (2 School ta.ws. (H) Local pecial tax: Or serve such notice upon any. rown-up 'person the reside-ncc or him. nsiness ollico of the person taxcsl nd the shull im-i I 1 ic-diatel.v c-nter upon -the roll ti mom- ratidinn of -dine of the service him ns sudl lenanl> r of such no'lice, aiwl shall or-ifx' JL by his iiii-tials aiKl such en- ry. shall be prim-a facie evideiu-e phis shall '.'be ivl'ii-incd by the SCCIT-! rctiiry-iretisnrvM1 imti! itjw ivspectiv rig'lils of'the parties Iwivcs' loon tvnninvil 'by action or ullh-rwise. li mny H'lie imxes nuMi't'ioiKvl "in tho roll ivimun unpaid on the lay of >iu -tiny yt-ar, and is nivt colk-oL the SiviiK1, 'ho shall sliow opposi'to' to each son why he could not c srime by insert ing iu each woods HcKMit ly to DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Hluinbotharn's S'.ore Office 125 House 94 Dis. Mewburn GaJbraith Physiciius, Surgeons, Accouchcrs St. cor. Btiuloli. rca-j 9 a.m., 2-o ?CL tho j 7-8 .p. 'in. to il.MO the' in. Teloplioues 41 and itif- i F.H. MKWiiUitN W. S. AI.D.C.M. (J. M. oods 'tuxwl or such not in possession, els on iho laiul not 'he taxed or such shall IVOL L-e subject to IHV; and ahe possession 'by a, tcMiant or.other of said goods aivd chn't-tc'ls on the premises shall be facie evkkMicc -thivt llvey leloiteed to ;s shall be iniu! aixl chaUol.s of a In easy taxes are not a lieu 'liy (.'onncil cuso muv not -to collect" i IX I'IMSOX FOIC UFK. Drs. DeVeber Campbell i'liysicians ami Surgeons. S.-ntence Passed Upon Two of The! Oflices-Olt block. Train !_____ 'hone 143. Kainloops, June and! will it-he of! DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST -Un-ir Col-j quhomi mciy some 4ay be a free nianj Gnulimlc his sentence "i-.cing -to twonty-t five years. 'J'hiTs -the scfoixl -trial of tive men accusod of hoUH-ng up a (J. P. K. express Ducks the Doutal School, Ottico-Otl liloek. on land remain in the case of} nin'l .vat live not-ice was or a the chy fit-r fourteen Very lit-tk' fresfii cvkkiice was t nforosakl and 'the fnK-d 'by (c) of- section 1 woi'ds "Or against tl hi.s nam-c; does not- i roll" aiwl won Is a'liri 'tlK; words ]s' o rtihfi ixl i tvg cowt-iii-ncd no goods siou of t'h-e IT, ith the though npiw.'ar on t'he "Or Hiic-li "On -the latxl own-! lyfhjn-g heroin in the 'posses- to pay such addresses were eonijik.-to.l and the jury rci-iivsl four o'clock. After a 'ln-ik-1' they ivturihd. piX'seiiting a verdiot of g'uilly against all tho I I .In reply ito the usual from j tin- IXMICM. t'lie ]ipisoiK.-rs that j they, not-lvini- ito say, Mr. j Justice Irving'at once proceeded to j "The case you was very clear, f ngreo with i-lvo vci'diri, llie ionionu-e'' of t-hi.s court is that you. -Ire confiiiod in for lifu, you William, for life, aiKl you, Louis Col- (jiihoun. for 'twenty-five years.'' The pi'istmcrs all took it-he Architect and Supc-utilt RAYMOND v ALBERTA. A. W. McVittii? 13oininion LiMul Sisivoyor Will devote his cnl.iru time the summer to laying ont new townsites. Contract pr ices' on at the CotiWale Hotel, or to named' -ki iihe -by-law. far only of sior- ing. or w-arohousiirg the same, or 01 Ihe Council may ,by bv-law allow i i selling tuie same upon commission or ior pavmcm 01 t-lw afore-i ns ageivt, fth-all aid taxt-s or anv part thereof of __ o.-> ageivt, soW for such taxes. before upon'or company whieh is he'Mig won ml and for i he taxes charged upon SHERLOCK, FREEMAN person up to amount of Jtetital of oiher income derived irotU'lait.1 except interest and morL- any instalmen-t thv-reof on or the day or days theivin namc-d. may impose an a-iklJuic-nal (iiot exceeding five for 'iio-n-paymynt by to lhc vnluc at whicl such woulul ot-horwiso be assess ed ms-t exceeding fifty per cent, o the assessment of such larnl rom any subsequent owner of the I'hoie or nny part -tih-oreof (saving is recourse agains-t any other per- on) and such taxes shall be on thc roil- al lien upon -the land, and sliall be The person who claims such cxem- pHectable by action or in ption seltc-t po-int out uhe triority to every priviiegie, -goods and olvat'tels as to which he ie-n or Incumbrnnce of every perso-nj exceitt the the lien in its' priority shall not fce. lost or inipair- d by any neglect, omission or error of'any officer of the city. The production of -a copy of uuch of -the roll as relates to taxes payable by any person in city as a true ropy by his "muiKr dovs not. ap- claims exempfion. If a-t anv time .of ior d inn a ml Building Material 1-Vrniif. K. .JuiHV.1 effort of the cotnmi'tice of Fcrnic by j bringing Lfforc-the ptoplo of Ctvna-da gix'a't injustice -tlieni ,by the Crow's Xest P-ass'Kiectric rind Power Co. in raisrng -the rates -to exorbitant _ figures, hxvve! liOen n.'WaKlecl unpaid, inclwling COSTS the si'CTi.Maiy-t von surer shall have Ihe _um pursuant to sections "2 nii-d this 'Pitle, I and Iwforo Ihe ex pi ration of the j linn; for of the taxes, the t-hc .secretary-treasurer nns reason toh. lieve thai any person in hands goods 'an-d chattels siiv: ject to .distress is alvout. to thc .goods and chal-tcls out of oily, and il ho makes a wutor 8. 'Umlsoy. in i ,i neat of an hour's after frying -his respects to. those-i i who forced his ha ml, a s.o (leitvt, cvror, onisssion >.u form or of the not-iro or We Can't Do It For.. what, some others do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which is more ini- to you. as the life of your is iengllienfxl our pro- eras "of laundering thorn 1-1 of live t'onsorrclate'd Onlinan- to a antl 1808 ini-ituUvl' an i who. taken oT his g Histress for Tlnvt -awl extra by such unusunl niun-ificy-nce, ex- i lamu-d joyously, "HU-ss you, sii! in-in, -'-'I tihoug'Jit you were nwl "So was sir." WM-ti'OTIS or- i oovery of the tax.-s or -iny port-urn} of. HiiJ. Title or in't-5w .vonr exlrn" j Tijn.t iJOSSible wlton yonr collar hnS from such tenant or' from .tmnsiiiisnion or mvipt th-.vof, shall. gcn.rosHy was such n j invalidate any stibwinonL procwUJ a ploasant ings for the rwnwry of Hw h.vstnn Mwi. it has iwtoml my The. secro'tary-tivasnivr ,rfinll by. advertisement poskvi up in at pubHc ;n the city tho distrained property give at sir. a 01. Ihij, any o-thci- thoivof. Tn case .taxes which an; si lien up- on land n-ntiii-n in the case of a of tho city for fourteen davs oftor notice ur.tler i........ i............... lion 2.' or sn t-be ca.se of non-resi-i distrained property give at leastj dents for one mowth after the seven -days' public notice of -tho )or n groat many ing oi for land placv of sale and of tho name of curod by Sect ion-3 of >his Til'o. 'tJie sec re-i tho person whoso is to be t ary-treasuivr moy levy the sol-cl, ami at t'ho 'tim.-- in thfl with costs by distress cither: 1 notice secretary -treasurer trouble you do j t-hore is no j "have 'Iron per- iy C a i n's n l.ivor Tablets. a all stores aixl give them n trial. They -also cure-i shall awcl biliousness. n onr lann- overy collar is ironcnl with you smooth, round, rdge-- no iMlhcr. Phone 145. cnlls Lei ns try n lot for yon. ;