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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta IT � Mi 1 ^ . I" I, J m , 1 � c Irank G. Waddington will hold another big eule of Fancy Goods at the Auction Mart \ -ON- � Smm; fmiiq it 7J I'docl Good goods at yonr own prices. Ik Litm^etactln lilt / 410 Round Street (Old Herald Office) COLLARS -jevery finest linen, properly stiruuken and made specially for us, is used for tl)e facing of the "Aspen" -the collarhereillnstrated. 20c. each, X iot 50c. Sizes 14 to 18; heights 1% and 2)i inches. 13 TMIII nOTMIM*. UMITCD. MaNTIIt�l. When a man gets religion he hns to go to vork anil build up a new ropultttion. Every time a girl falls in love she wonilors if it will 'take. THE PUBLIC HEALTH Only Seven Weeks Until Christmas Now is the time to think about your Christmas Presents. See our stock before every one else takes his choice. A splendid stock of Christmas goods already in and more arriving every day. Your patronage solicited. C. Ross Tate The JcwcJcr Official Watch Inspector for the C. P. R. DRKYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped car age bnsiness in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all |parts of the city on short notice. Western f arehoDse & Transfer Co., Ltd. \ The City's Sanitnry Regulations as Given in By-Law 2:37. (Colliinui'd .from Inst week.) (b) To koop n visilnnl supervision over nil strwts, lanes, byways, lots or promist's upon which any uccumUlaHon or ileposit of nnytlving which n�\y endanger the imlilic ht'iilth or upon which an.\' iimiuire or other refuse, or vtJgetablo or animal nuittor or other lilth may lui'found, and at once to no tify the parties who own or occupy Mich pi-umises. who through them-solves or their employes, have deposited such man\ire, ivi"us�e matter, dirt or other (llih in any strtvt, lane or byway, to clennsi.- 'the same an I to remove what is found thereon, ui.d such parties shall forthwith i.>)'0\e the same, and if the sanw \i' i. r-moved within Iweirly-four hours iifior such notificat.ion the Tiispei i.or so notifying the parties so olTcnding thoi-eupon nuiy cause the same to Ik> i-omoveer-son or persons .so olTonding and the amount of such olT^nse is coUeotablc as a tax against said premises. (c) To visit Iho of all butchers, slaughter houses and dairies supplying food to tlia t'ily at least twice a month during the months of April. >liiy. .lune, .)ul,\', August. Sapten)lH.'r aiul Oclotior, and once a nionih during thf ronminiler of the year and fronl time Lo time to report to the Ileallh (Hlicer the result of such visits. (d) To inspect at intwvals as directed liy tln' Health Offlcor all jireni-I occupieil by ixTSons residing within his jurisdiction and to report to the said Health Ollicer any violation of any of the provisions of this bylaw or of any other by-law or i-egulntion for the pr.'.s-er\at.ion of the Public Health and of any refusal to jwrmit them or any of them to make such inspection. INt'F.CTtOlS .\XD COXTAOlOi S r>iSF,.\SES. 7 The TFealth OlHcer shall provide each Jledicnl I'ractrtioner practicing within the t'ity vith blank forms on which to r-eport to the said Health Olltcer any case of diphtheria, snmll-po.\, scarlet fever, Asiatic cholera, typhoid fever, monsles, whooping coujjh, tulxjrcolosis. chicken pox, German nie.Tsles, typhus fever, glanders, or other tli.sease dangerous to the pub-He health, and also with other blank forms ou which to report death or j recovery from any such disease. 8 All such forms shall be printed, gummed and folded that they may lie readily sealed without the use of any envelope so as to keep them from i.>erusal until oiiened by the health ofTicer. 9 The said blanks shall l>e in accordance with the following forms;- lUCPORT OF IXFECTIOUS MSK.ASFS. Christian name and surname of patient Sex of patient -'Vge of patient Locality (giving strwt, number of liouse (if any) whore patient is Name of dis.^aso. Name of school attendetl by chil.lren of that house Measures employed for isolation and disinfection Signatuivj of Physician Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd� ^Sttccettort to George Rogers^ YARD - NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders' Supplies I of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Doors Windows % Mouldings Lime Lath I Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Lethbridgejaber, Stirling, Raymond, Nagrath, Cote^^^^^ Can Dakota Papers Deny It? Office-First door south of Opera House. Phone 63  ;"Ff ' QERMAN V;;-/ . ^ West of Bentley Co. Partnerahip Diaaolvcd. Sing Loo and AVing Hong, who have been in partnership in the Victoria Restaurant have dissolved partnership. The 4>u�inc8R will be carried on by Sing Ijeo by himself. All money owing to the Victoria Restaurant must be puid to Sing Lcc who will not, however, piiy deljts contracted t)y Wing Hong Ijcfore the i)artnurship was formed. Lethhridge Signed Sing Leu Oct. 10, 10O7. Wing Hong, 17-24-31-7 MINARDS LlNl.vrENT CURBS COLDS, &V.. 10 The Health OftVcei' within six hours after he sha'.l have raceivetl a notice of the existence of diseases in schedule "A" in any house or build ing shall affix or cause to be afBxed by some other person near each entrance oi such house or building a card at least nine inches wide and twelve inches long stating that such disease exists in the said house or building and stating the penalty for removal of such card without the permission or the Health Officer. 11 No person shall remove such card without the permission of the Health Offloer. 12 The Health Officer shall have charge of the City Quarantine and Small-pox Hospital and shall haw t.ho power when not otherwise authorized by the City Council, to employ such assistants and nurses as he may deem necessary, and it shall be his duty to sec that said Hospitals are supplied with suitable furniture, nourishment, fuel and medicine, and that (lersons dying therein or in other places under charge of the City are decently and properly buried at the expense of the City, provitled that such deceased person shall not have sufficient estate to defray the costs of his or her last sickness or burial. IS The Health Officer shall have power to stop, detain and examine every person coming from a place infected with a pestilential or infectious disease, in order to prevent the introduction of the same into the City. 14 The Health Officer shall have pottxjr to destroy or disinfect as in his judgment may be deemed proper any furniture, wearing apparel, goods, wares or merchamlise, or articles of property of any kind which shall have been exposed to or infected with a contagious or infectious disease. l.'� The Health Officer shall have power to require the occupants of any dwelling house, .ftore, shop or other building in which there shall be any persons sick with any disease mentionetl in schedule "A" or other infectious disease, to put up and maintain in a conspicuous place on the front of said dwolMng house, store, shop or other building a card or sign, to be furnished by the Health Officer on which shall be written or printed in l^rge letters the word "Small-Pox" or name of such infectious disease. 15 The Health Officer shall have power when he may think the welfare of the patient or the health of the City rcqviirc it to order the removal of any patient sulTcring from an infectious disease to the Hospital. 16 Every physician .shall report to the Health Ofhoor of the City of Lethbridge, by messengers, telephone, word of mouth as well as in writing every person having a contagious d sease mentioned in schedule A and U of this bylaw; and his or her place of dwelling and name if known, which such physician has prtscril�d for or a'ttendoam>, Condition and dwelling place or position of �uch sick person 20 Jfo person shttH sell, exchange or in n"ny way make oXposurC oS any straw, budding or articles that have lusidn exposbfl t6 any contagious disease or niro liubli! to coninuiiiicnto any such dis.ii'asc until afitur the rartio have l�eet� uik'qiiately cleansed or disihfcctod. 21 No i-�erson fihall bring into the City from any infabteil pljato at from n>ny vbs.sfl or ItUilding in which had lately lx*ii any person sick of a contii'giou.s, imy article or j^crsJU w-hatsoever, noi* ShalU opy such |K>rsaii 'como into said City. (Continued next week) C. A. Larow. Vond'i. arrived in the city after a thrt-e weeks' visiit, to Dakota, iVIiMi)e.S(>tn, Wi.', nnil the cities of St. Louis, Omaha and Kansas. "I was succu.ssful in inducing some of Iho bpst Americnn farmers to immigrate to my diistrict," he .said to a Free Press reporter. ''Speculators in St. I.ouis overrLMi two feet of snow hod fallen in September here; the .set back this country i-ecoivod has lj�>n greatly magnified by the tho I'niled Stat-s land manipuUvtors bi�l it will soon be forgi tten. On ih Soo Iint>, from Kcntu-v---.. N U.. m Thief River Falls, all crops are very light, some not cut, and thou.sands of acr(�s of fla.v wei\j frozen solid on .Vugu.s-t 19, and wiil never be cut. It is beiii'-V rapidly ploughed under. 1 in'tcrviewed a large numlior of elevator man and their opinion of the av-erag- yield was as low as six bushe'a and us high as twelve, and that in the very best ilistricts. There appeared to be straw enough, but prac-ticoily all wheat is fro7.en and (it only for chicken feed. Still I w^s surprised at tho grade they are gett- TRY WM. OLIVER -FOB- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbriage ami a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 153 ing for this quality of grain.-Winnipeg Fi-cf3 I'ress. We believe MINARD'S LINIMENT is the lx!st:- Matthias Foley, Oil City, Ont. Joseph Snow, Norway, Me. Charles Whootman, Mulgrave, *N. S. Rev. R. O. Armstrong, Mulgrave, N. S. Pierre Landers, scnr., Pokemouche, N. B. Thomas Wasson, Sheffield, N.B. It Feels GoocI to Feel Safe *Q A (eeliag o( satisfaction cannot be measured by viollars. ^ A feeling of dissatisfaction is � source of worry and lost energy. ^ If you are not absolutely satisfied with tbe 'quality, the style aod the goodness of a Semi-ready Suit come back with it. We cannot afford to let yott be dissatisfied. We want your good-will before your flioney-^and after. A. Semi-ready Tailoring SOUTHARD, - Lethbridge General Teaming. When you require your gardens-ploughed, your yards cleaned up�-aellars dug. or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or !rop a poist card in the office, your order will receiveour prompt attention. COAL must be paid for m delivery. Residence and stable-sast of the barracks. WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge. {(ins ap 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations: Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan,. Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the-North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a ternii of years at an annual rental of |1 an acre. Not more-than 2,560 kcres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must b& made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights, applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and: in unsnrveyed territory the track applied for shall be staked' out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, whiob will be refunded if the rights ap.-plied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the-mine at the rate of five cents per ton. I Every lessee of coal miningp rights which are not being operateai shall fiimish the district Agent of Dominion Lands witih^ a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coeJ mining rights only, but the lessee-may m permitted to purchase whatever available surface right� may be considered necessary for the working nf the mine at th& rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Dei^artment of the Interior,. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W.W.CGRY, Deputy Minister of the Interior ? I N.B.-Unauthorized publication' of this advertisement will not be paid for. ;