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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta You can shake down a "Sunshine furnace 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 free. MNDON, TOBONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEO, ST.- JOHN. HAMILTON. VANCOUVEB, GRANT CHARTERS Legislature Passes Rail-roadjiils MUST LIVE UP TO NEW UW FOnMBR IJiSrHBKIVUK MAN GOT BIOOKST PniCE. Commence Building in Twt Years or Forfeit Charter BdnioiUon, iMay 10.-All the rall-wuy clmrt�.'rs applitfd for from tlie Al!>orta LegihUituro were grantad (Uftlgary Albcrtan.) The lolloping tabKs sl�ow9 cjmi-cliisively grcMt imprownicnt in t'ho-pure-bred ctti'tlc aaiu jiist closed over the aa,lva oi pi-cvious >�eors. The figims r.pro�nt the avera�e! COMPOSITION OF THE COUNCIL price tor all animals sold: cm CHARTER Gauses That WHI Interest Citizens 1U0�J........................ �103.;i3 1�05.....;.................. 7i>.r.tf 1904........................ ya:08 1903........................ �5.38 lt�Oa........................ 95.73 1�0�........................ 81.iV Very Important Provision for the Futur^. I�o!ivir>g t.hivt liio ratepayers iire intorcstod onougli in U.he new city In other word�. tHe �vem�e pnce ,h^,.,er to be an.vic.s lo ..�con�> in-hi^i uight. e.x�.pt the .tram-line fr�n- this .war was over better t��un,f^,^,^,^, .^^ cmK-nts. the. Her- t>hi.ses, which wi>e laid a>er on Mon- last y*ar, and over �7 beuier than out from I'lie franchise ori'^i�aUy bounM by ^I'lic proiiioicrs. According to iho inofk'l bill, on which the charters were put, 'througb, lihe com|tainfie!f ai'e rixiuired to name tltoir starting jioint., their route and destination. 'Phoy irmst file [dans iri-sidc of one aid .this wot.-k it.���b s^s^ion. The fmnohise sra�t�d. how- price, (or .l*.e var.oas b.�Ms fro,^' I,^^,, ^^"^i""*" ever. i.� in many oases much differ- at buHs are it^^jerusting: Hhortliorii!! averaged...... 94 llorelords... ............139 Aberdeen A'ng"s-........ i**** Galloways (3)............... S2 Orand average ior bulls... 108 The resuH ol tlie sales ^-esterday The Council may hy b.y-law e for municipal elect ion purpo.ses into Ihiiec or jnoiv wands, and may from time to time re-arronge tihe liniits of .such waixis ond nKoar. riH-y must commence buiWing tions. One huudnid ai�d twenty lots reprosentod by two nkij-rnien to in two years. The bonding powers wei� sold, reaiicing t*�e iiwmdsome elected are Ii.nH..cl to ?l.r,(K>. No company t figurt* o* �13,214.50. and bri�Hung w.^wever one-half of the owners ol applying for a railway charter is the grand total ot tiw two days" I ,^rritory adjacent to (the any powers to entfage in any sale up to �17,359.50. tpiven industrial oc mercantile business, the exijresstxi intention of .tiho l�g,s- The fmtures ot the sale ycstoixlay city whose names appear on the last re-ised school assessment i-oll, w^heth- BRODIE STAFFORD Lethbridge, -  Alberta FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES ,$1.50 A BAY ILETHBRIPCE - ALBERTA wer� ithe bigb prices rewived ior �^ , ^ ^ . ^ . iemisportation enterprises shall be |k,p,,, ��j splendid ahowiivg'...-i^,, . * " P'ar�.e. And. most iJcoa^ exHiA,,l^.'Cr'\^^^ important of all, the charters pro- The very wo�l - Wm^"-was! "^./o ./mav '^^^^^^^ >ide th.a.t the compa.�es �h�ll fc. sub- w^..^ ,p -v-l^;;""';; "tlaLZL of'''*'" ,h? r T ject to the ge,.er�i railway act when Another thing U^t ex- to,,nt Co e.nirrr . T bl Is pas.scd, aiKl to whatever fotuiw 't;^ .,,i. ^'^'�n"t-�o*'"-no�-'n-t!.,uncil -^n such !k-�islation the Le9isl�tu.* nmy en- .."d on such ,tern.s and condi- act. CesKies these provisions, the ^j^j^ oVer two, hu.alr�l dol- Leg>isl(iture does not grant any'. monopolistic features. If it sees ftt I rtM.^ v...*,T. ^t.-:^ I  . * 1*� hii^wst *>id8 during tiie day sist of a nwiyor ami six ald^-rnwn chnrle. paralli-ling, ,t may do so. ^^llara, which brought in tiie Here-,of the Town oi l^ti^bindge sIkiII con- rh.se provisions make a rail�*y ^, . ,i,,^. ,^ charter a ,ou-mercant�be qualrty, ^ ^^^^^ � which IS the evident intention o(ti� Pure , hrKlge.' a.d the .th,^ �kiernH,n e J- ix^gnslature, a fianon.se bei^g of ^^^^ ^ Jahn�to�. V.1 as coum.-.illo., .vh.H�, tenn of o- pmctu-ally no vah.e except to p�- ^aeoo-.. The f.v� Herefonl bulls flee a.s councillors wouW have expir-tios who want to build a railway. ^ Pari^er *v*raged $199!..! in lVcenrt>er. 190�. shall be at the ""-brought by two-y�ir-uld bulls, sev-'^i^^^ Lieutenant-Oovernor-ia- Oourici! may think ftu. ,kmn. I The Ooiinoil of the cnty shall con- ^F.veiy act gi^anted is the sanw in � ^^.j^ e\'eiy clause,! except for two clauaea; clause ono, which 'gives the names ot the applicants", and ciauaa eldven, which gives the roiite and destin*-tion. The companfes to whom charters were granted were: JJpTlCES. AND NWES. (Contributed by the W. C. T. U.) There U a proL�biUty that lUf. Dr. Torn>y and Mr. Alexander, whose world-wide labors have done J'he KootH^-nay. Alhenta and Atha- ^^^^ to bring about ctors of the municipa'lity at lortpe, und 't.ho�e whose term of othce will expire on the 31st of December, 1907. shall Ijc elected in tiho same way, and t^ach aiderman electivd at heroASter proposes to run iro^^ ''^Surely every Canadian who knows .shall co*itinue in office for tiMrt such � thing is possible, and .vears. two Kootenay Pass, near the Waterton ^.^^ remtmbers tfcat *he House will l^k�s, to the oa.-�tern x.undary of ^ open at tJiat tiime. ought to unite  Lumber Oo'y A PXTIiL STOCK OF the Province of Alberta, with in pra,vei- that Ood would grant suc- : Rough and Dressed Ltimber: pKMnpt shi|inient� made to nny part of Alberta bmnch north throug*. Calgary to ^ .^^^ ^, ^.^i^ to wdiiKjiKon. John Hundry, A. E. ...  WooJs and James S. Jcllreys, wlioee names are menMonwl in the appHca-l "� P'^vincial supsriiXtewl- tion, ai^ all oilicials of the Vancou- "�^� *�* Milwaukee, ver, W*.st�>i.>ster and ^ukoo, which *"*^ National is the Hil> ro-Td in U. C. l^he char- Home, and beard Irom one tor apiiOars to coincide with tba � i"*^ * jpUvn outlined by Jas. J. Hill i^!***"' Pwvious the nk�n had been Icc-ntly in the �t. l-aul papers. P*" �*�''� P��>ons, wnhich amounted Ihe Alberta Central, or, as it wa�'�� thousand dollars in gold, later naanod, the AIberta Northwest- '"""'y *��o��"�� �� which had alrwwly ern, is being incon.orated by Duncan "l*"^ *��^'* jMcArtiiur, railway contractor, of �^ � around the g.ouiKls of ;Hael.urn, Manitol>a; lOdwin F. dot-instiit*tion! ietK'll, of Chicago, and P.O. Forsler, At lletewawa, near Pembroke, Is l.uayoint on the lnt�mat-' ^'''^y thousand ta- n�er, that some thirty nadian sokiiers will be gathered. .V I SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO OAPjDToTo^ao.oToooToToToToToToIo: WESTERN �WAREHOUSE & � TRANSFER CO. LUl. i Railroad Transferiinfj;. Dray-  ing and General Delivering. ^ Coal Delivered Promptly. f STONE FOR SALE AGENTS F6R { Canada Carriage Co.'s ] I Buggies. Etc. ^ ; -------------- J. F. RODGERS ^ Synopsis Of Canidliii Ifbrth-West. HOMESTEAD REaULATIONS. 'Phone 63. Manager. . iorntl boundary south of Medicine, Hat. through the city, to Edri>ooto�' P�Tt>'�''e �^*�>'^y^;^^ "^H^ a line as podoible, > is eroottng a hotel just outside o( �the encampmen'ts. a�d expects to ask lor a iiicenae. Temper- in a.s strttiglvt and north to where the Peace ftiver iitteri^euts the Alberta 'boundary. , The Alberta Soutiiern is promoted people. j>ot only in the vicinity, by Lsuac �l�i.hon Oerow .Van Wart, ^trt throughout Ontario and Quebec, it. J. llutobings and A. O. Grogan. �*�>P'y "�'��*�t�l in the of Calsaryy It provides for a road' P'*''T'''^'* ' the establishment of from the i-^ethbridge Crow 8 Neet Paaa via "���=�� * �'�P '��' ^ to l^algary. w*lh a � training *or the Mier� and civH.ans and therefore Jiquor will 'be sold any spoliation' lilies ocure the sol. benefit of *�'.�^^ lac-l lV,a.�t.t, Tht n�k� right never more ''ehe�dofafamiir,oranymaieoveri8,Mr�j,n,^ i,,ly sipiotly lidinoftton Propoai-j P*te��>y '"�"^^rat�d, foT the boys Ai5y even niimtwreil aectlon o Dominion Land* In Mkniloba, Saskatcliewan ami Alberta, excepilniK i* ^*>' Bet reterved. vtkf be bomeateaded by any peraon who la i li ol age, lo ihe citant of. one quarter section ol UjO acrea. more or Whh, SRniry muat be made peTBona'ly at the local land office for the dlairlct In which the land IH altuate. The homesteader lit required to perform the ' coiidltlona coiicected therewith under one of , *^'i''y tion before the House. H provide.' C** ���y ^ ^hem f" that the company .hall have power.tfn-) ^-.'-'^^'tS^^.S^^^i to co,.suruot a railway from a point �>� *� 'S'? i �'ithin the corporate limits of tbej^he �H>re r�ua.n not U> lOdmonton northaasterly by the attractions of aa,o�ts�te of the rollowlDfCplana.: 1. Alleaat am montha' realdence upon and ^,j,|.,,,lcli^.^^.jj, j{,iver to a poiot on cultl�ailon of the land in each year foro three year*. 2. If the falher (or mother. If Ihe father la , tJhlvire easterly to a point West deeeaiied) of the homesteader rralilea upon a 'ihe Koiirth Pri'nci|>al Aleridian; farm in the vlclully ot ihe land entered for the - ^ ^-^^11^1 siimonh.-notice In writing ahonid be Kive,:jj ,u Auhftbasca River {Compliment to the aoMcitora of Mea- totlieOominl�,luner�f Dominion Land, at I * *. ' T i J iclnc H�t MKI liOthbrklge and the Oitawaof inienllou to apply for patent. 1 Th'i Vermillion and CoW Lake is 1'""^ ^ W. W, COBV. the only other charLer granted in councils ot them towne, that their Smart Tweeds. Black latf Bliic Indifp Serges aad Worsteds^ Fancy Stripe Paatiags and the Utest Designs in Vestings Cleaning, Preasing, Repairing, Altering. Your own material made np. Pattema and prices on application, E. W. l^gitoii East of the English Church work waa ho acceptable, aiid covered win liranley-Moo.yj" and tt. wf (Unu.l^ � P''"^*""' Deputy of the Minuter of the Interior, jthe nofth. It is promoted by Aly-j of Llo.vaniinsicr; and Marshall W. diaciisalon in the Legisl^it- Hopkins, surveyor of Saddle t�ke.;���' W nytWng had toeo wrong in nv, ohai'ter vroposes a line froni theit*� bills, no doubt we wtoiiW have Grand Trunk Pacific, through Vegw- heard a holler.-Madicine Hat NewH. villc to Cokl Ivake. , , ,--�~-T D. M. Banaon, ,Toier extended until \ V The fctrawtmrry crop *n Ottiwn Valioy is likely to he a total tail tire this ,venr, owing to the absonoe of Know last winter, whliDh resulted in ihe plants beiag killed. STOMACH THOUBLG8. Mr.q. Sue Martin, an old and highly respected i�sK'k>nt of Faisottia, Miss., was sick with stoinaoh troul)-le (or more than nix months. Chains IxM-lain's Stoniatets cured her. She sa.ys: "I can now eat anything I want, and am the pioiidist wontan in the world to ibid such-a �o'ad and wrKe, is not subject to nny disqtjalification umlcr tibis Act, is residont within tihe city or wrthin two nkiles of the iinvits of the city, and is at the time of the eljott>n the owner of freehold, Ion8oh-)ld or partly fi\eohold and frartly leasohold real estate rates in his own name on the last revised asaessment roll of the city to at least the value fcl-lowing, viz.: FroohoW, 1^500; lense-hold, �1,500. No judge of any court of civil juv-isdiction, shcrilT, no g�oler or i.e�p-cr of any house of correction, tiO constable, assessor, secretary-troas-iircr, auditor or other paid olHeial of the city, no bailiff, no insijcctiir of li'.enscs, no ixsrson having by himself or his partner an intere-tt in any cfmtrjiot with or on behalf of the city, or being in.'tebted to tr.e City, and no i(�rson who hits teen convicted of treason,, felony or of on offvmse punishable with death or with impriNonment for more ibaii five j'eajrs shall I.e tpialifliNi lo be a meinl>er of tlve Council, No person shall be disi.Ui-UA'Wl from being electwl a m !-.iich shareholder o� any qii�3tion a^f^'ting the company. The iiersons tiualifVod as ele-s .o vote shall lie the men, unmarried women and wiikyws.over twenty-one y^ars of age who �i� a^sossnd u|>on' the laiit roll of the city as owners of real' propenty heM in their own ri�l�t or (i�i the case of inarriod men) held hy tttieir wives for jtiiOO or upwards, or as occupants of i�al property to tint value of $400, or for tiiciMne on person-at property for $200, pr(^vi�ktt, Hours-Before 0 a.m., 2-H p.m., 7-8 p. ni. Sundays- 2.�� to WM p. HI. Telephones 41 and 58. P. H. Mewburn W. S. Oai.braith M. D. C. M. M. D. O. M. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons. 'Phone 143. DR. �. JACKSON DENTIST ........, Onulnate Northwestern University D(*ntal School, tJlucai'o. Office-Ott Block ,J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - - ALBERTA. videint a sm-n.-�Inry-treasiii-er, a cily sblioitor, n fiefllth itispt'ct-or. a lictor, and otw. or more auditors, iwcd tiliey may also a|M>oiivt n com-inis.sloner, or cotiumismoiK-rs ol public '.vorkN amd appoint .such othwr ot-I'lecrs as tboy di>ctn necessary or ex-pfHlient to ji/>|Joii�i for ihe purpose of carrying into ofTecl the provii^lons of thi� Av.t or any by-law of the city. The Council fthnil not nia'5 any uppointntorft o oHico or any nr-i nngcn�mrt for the discharge ot the r or to appHcanls at tl�n low-eat remuneration. The Council ma.v npt>oii>t a cit.\' enpimvr whose duty it .ibnil be lo Itivpare on a scale iwt less thaiii "lO feet lo an iwh a plan of tilR> city Hhowl'iig theivon each lot or imreel of lami whloh is to be .seiniraitoly ns-ftessiid witii the froutnge, dt^pth and superficial uiva thereof, aintl also the nize ami position of airy bifMding erectod thereon, and may !i3�ignatie any parcel $>howii thereon not otherwise 'briclly descrilnvl on a reg'istor-ed plan by any letter, bguro, mark or otherwise wheixy the same mn.v lw brierty de.scri'bt'd. No 'bi�ild'njj shall be hereafter erected in the City of iJJthbriidge unless and until plans and s|�ecitlca- jions thereof .have 'been filod with tihe j - eHy cngiiiieer and approyed by | Offices-Ott.block, and niiy |�erson .|,ho urn- � x-Lifions irf this sub-scotion .shall I*' liable to a |)onnlty of .*100. The Council ma.v make .|>y-lnws for ^he iieacf, order, good .nHJN-enimiont and welfare of the t.'ity of l.eth-bridge, and for ttl�o .issue of liix-nsos [, ami pa J went of Hoenae 4'ees in ivspect of any hiisincss, for prohiihiting the koepiiiK of hogs or carrying on wiitih-i'H the city any .business which may l)e .leeimil prejudicial to 'the pirblic liealtii, and tor est'�lj4if�h(i>g piitaMe slaughta'r housi^, and for pivveittiug, re|,rulatiitH aifd rn!�,jeot.ing �t'he erection or continuance of slaughter houses ami prohi^biitiug tlie sl'nu(;hter of animals intcodod for food, excepting any animals slauightci-ed sok'ly ;or tl�e use of lite, person kilHng tlie sani'! or of his^family. excepting in slaucihter bous�^*�&tabli.s'ht�d by the cily and approved by the iiealth officer and for .the pr��ervation of public health, and for from time to-time defining by 'by-law, aifa.'i within which a junk shop, livery sltable, slaughter or packing hou^, tannery, laundry, soap factory or other business or industry likely to be prejudicial to tlie public health sliall liere-after 'lie (naiii!til.ineki or establisited. The Council may also make 'by-taws for: (a) Aofjulriiig, buiKling., carrying on, constructing, 'iniprovititf, k-asiiii^, e.vtending, maintarningi, inamvg'ing or o|ierating, and ac{{Uiri'i)g sulHcicnt land, whether within or without the city, for the convenient carryiiig oii of brick works, 'brid^t-s, i-emcteries, parks, nuinivnce g>roumls, gravel pits, coal areas, coal pits, iivmatories, ol- j fvators, ferries, >ails, gins (natuial or iiMinufii(^uivg that t'he same may he wholly or partly without the iiinits of t'he ciiy. The power of lioerxie nhall inclmle power to fix 'the fves to be paid for licen.ses, to specify the qualifloivtions of thei person to whom and 't4ie con-'ditions upon which such liconscs shall 'be granted, to ivigtil'ate the manner in which any licens�?d business sliall Ije carried on. to 8peoif;v the fees or prices to be |taid by the licenoee, to impose jienaliies upon unlicencod persons or for hre^ch of the conditions upon which any lic-ense halt been iBsuod or of any regur McVittic � Wallace Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers. Irii^ation levels and sectional lines located. Townsites surveyed. A.W.McVittie, P. A. Wallace D. L. 8. C. E. airOffice at Mr. Wallace's residence, 2 doors west of public school. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. WidestChoice Highest Grades Lowest Prices --YARDSAT- TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buyi.igElsewhere. Building Material .We csRMpply yoM witk Swhct ami DqoisJWiUow �ai Dtar Fnm� Office^ Baak Mi tUmae FIIiIhs. FINISHED LlJMBERik TURN INGS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common luinlier on hand Quotations promptly given on ap[.licatioii c:rambrook Sasb & Door Factory CRANItRpOK, B C. lations made 'in relaition thereto, and generally �to provide lor the protec-Won of ticenceew; u.nd mich power ahaH within the city ext�nd,.'to parsons who carry on business partly M^ithMi and |)artly without the city I'imitfl. Provided that Oh'inc�c laumlries or laundricii where Chinesj! may 'be lic-otiKMJ end noKulatM) �a a 'distinct class of hiisirioss. ' (To l)e Continued Next W'cek..) IT la DANOEROU8 TO N�EaLECT A flOLD. > How often do wo hear it remarked i'lt's only a co^d," aiiiii a few days later learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia. 'Ihis i� of, We Can't Do It For what some others do. your work for BUT WE CAN DOx^ 'Better, which is more important to you, as th^ life of yotur Shirts. Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our process of laundering them. paM all taxes due by him lo the;,,^,^ comipon occurrence that a cold. howewr .slight, should not lie dlore-fmnled. Chamberlain's Cough Rom- muiiioipalit.v oitlier for the current year or all ari�>ars of 4�xes, or both. When moi� tonants ihon ono oc-i^y lounteraots any tendency of a cupy seimrate portiims of 'the same ^, result-in pneumonia, and has iMiiUliiw, each slwll lie ontitlwl lojg^jj.^,, j^^t popularity and ex- vote if asBeswKl as occupants, pro- ? . vdded the total value of the. proper-P'o'i^P^ �' ty 8o occupied is siUUcwat whea^ di-, lias. a�ost couudob' ftilownt. It. air Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar %at "saw teeth" edges. In our laundry every tsollar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. : Let us try a lot for you. tctl^bfidcc Steam ;