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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta big sale of V-Goods at the.- ^tioh Mart -ON- tvening It 7.31 o'cloik Jgoodsat your own prices. lettlirt^eliBtio!! ItrL 410 Round Street (Old Herald Office) i.a�Mir. elr�� Mn In tlw liMkl-valii utwImm. *�� it* op*s Headache Tablets "ALL DEALERS" Only Seven Weeks Until Christmas Now is the time to think about your Ghriftmas Preienta. See our stock before every one else takes his choice. - A splendid stock of Christmas goods already in and mor6 � V arriving every day. Your patronage solicited. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler Official Watch Inspector for the C. P. R. DRMYING. If yon wish draying or moving of any kind dcme,' call on us. ^ We have the lan;est and best equipped car':age business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. AH work promptly attended to. . Hay and Oats of the best grade for lale. Coal delivered to all |parta of the city on short '.notice.'' Western Warehonse & Transfer Co., Ltd. Offico'-ePirst dooi south of Opera Honse:^ Phono 63 OUR WORK V,:''ifj invariably satisfactor ! We '- Commercial College J. Geo. Harper* Director Hany Free Advantages Pupils received daily. For Prospectue, Terms, etc., Address-THE 8E0RETABT Studio-Tuft's Block, City. McKen2;ie & Roy . ''Office-Kedpath St. Lethbridgo ' Phone 204 tock Saddles :lfilirm: .Harness, Concord Harness, Straps^ etc;, always on hand. Si can guarantee' you complete v;^,,, aatisfactlon. Antomobile Supplies Sparic Plugs, Storage Batteries Speedooioters Tire Chains, Oogglet, Jacks, etc EXACT REPAIRING Howard Case & Co The OrigtMl Oartg* which is atill in operation. THE PUBLIC HEALTH the City's SaHitery Begnkitioos as Oiren in Bj-Iaw 287. (ConUnueil from iMt wwk.) . 39 No-person or per�on-\^^o havo been 4inect named and provided for in Schedule A of thin by-law who have I quarantined or iiiolated in any plaoe within the juriMdiction Of tHT City of lethbridse ahall be allowed to lea^v auch quaraatina or uaall-poxhoa pital without the permisaion of iheHealth Ofllcer. as No child, minor or penon from ' any houn rhere �ny person or persons (� or �nj sick or affected wHh any of the diseases named or provided for in Shacdule of Ih is bylaw shall atUud any lublic, privat� or aectariaa school in theTity until the recovery or death ol said aick person or pan and the di�inf�ct{on of the premises and of the inmatea of the hbuao and in either events the aforeoaid child, minor or person shall be provided with a wri'tten statement by the attending physician, if any, and If not, theft by the Health Offlccr, certifying to their non-contagtousiMaB, which atata mcnt must be presented to the prinoipal or teacher of aaid public or private school before said child, minor or person shall ba allo��d to ntum 34 It shall be the dirty of all physicians upon discovery of any contagious or infectious disease, to instruct the parents of any child or minor who may be residing at tlie infected premises of the provisions of the next preceding secUon; and it shall be the duty of any principal or teacher of any public, private, or sectarian school in this Oit}' to report at onoe to the Health OfHcer in writ ng any violation of the above section. 35 If any teacher resides or lodges in any house where infectious disease exists, and of which h^ or she is cognizant then such teacher shall at onoe inform the school board under which he or she acts, and he or she shaM not again enter his or her school or other public place until all danger of carrying infection is over, duly certified by a phj'aician or the Health Offlccr. , � ^ . 36 No person having any disease mcnt oned in Schedule A of thisbyla shall go about the City or in any yard of place so as to endanger the health of others. 37 No owner, driver, or person in charge of any cab, omnibus, atreet railway or tramway carriage or of any other public or private convey anoe shall use or permH the same to be used for the conveyance of any person affected or sick with any o( the diseases named or provided for in Schedule A of this by-law, nor for the conveyance of. the body for burial or othcrwisie of any person who has died from any of the said disenscs, without the permission of the Health Officer; and every undertaker or other person who, wHh a hoai-se or other veiUcle, removea or conveys therein, for burial or otherwise the corpse of any person who has died of any such contagious disease'is hereby required to have such cab, om nibus, stt-eet railway or tramtfay carriage, or any such public or privute conveyance or hearse or other vWiic:e thorbughly disinfected, under yon directions and approval of the Health OfBoeA but nonsuch oraer, driver, or other person shall be comptit'ed to convey an}' such affected penon or contaglious until he is patd el sufRciont sum to cover any expenae and loss he may incur in carrying into ciTect the provisions of this by.law. Rogers - Cunnirigham Lumber Co., Ltd. ..........�"j'-'-SMC�iaoft to G�orge Rogen YARD - NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders' Suppl of Every Description les Wholesale and Retail SJ.'.j.;.it,te.t;. >9ec� Me'^pu^Wait ^Sniii* Repair Shop. �>�hoM Klcd ndheeliid AT KEAN'S Fresh Grapes, Pean, Peaches, Plums, Oranges and Bananas Also Honey and Sweet Potatoes When buying Confectionery yon cau rely on KEAN'S OppoaiteP.O. TkoneSS 38 No p^on shall let or. hire, or aVow any other person to oct.tpy any house or part of a liouse in which the|w has bam any person sick or affected with an}' disease named and provided lor in Schedule A of this by-law without having first had the said house or part of a house thoroughly disinfected, together with any article or articles therein contained, and under the direction and to the satisfaction of the Health Of> fleer, or wHhout obtaining'the oertiflcatc of a physician that the said house or part of ik house can be safely occupied by other, or that such articte or art clea can be safely handled �r used. 39 It shall be the duty of the physician 4n attendance upon any person or persons sick or affcoted with any diaeaao named and provided for In schedule A and n of this by-law to give all necessary inatruoti'ona i�-garding the thorough ventilation and cleansing of the public house or ^private residence wherein such such person shall be aiiik.^and it shall bo the duty of the keeper of such public house or the owner or occupant of auch private naidenoe to follow the instructions of the physician in attendance as aforesaid, under the penalty hereinafter described. 30 The Health OfBoer is hereby empowered to visit any and aU public and private schools in the CHy and to make or cause to M made.an examination of tite children and minora in attendance therein a� oWen as he may deem necessary to secure compHaace with the provision hereof. 81 Every aehooi teacher i� hereby . required to attend to airil obaenw such sugseetiona and instructions as may be given bytha Health OOtoer iii regard to ventilation and cl|paniinesa in the achool under hia or her charge. �. SLAUGHTER HOUSES ^ ^ .82 No person or persons shall bujid or ereot any slaughter house or building, or premises for the purpoae of killing therein; or use any alaugh ter Itouse or building, yard or premises, at present erected, built or.kept for the purpoae of kiiyng within or wUhout the Hmits of the City and supplying meat to the City without tHa permission or license of the CMty Council. Every application to the City Council for such ^rmiseioD or license shall be accompanied by a oertlQcate signed by the iM^Uh Ofllcer that such slaughter house or building or premises �� in no manner ii^urious to public or private health ^ and ^ that the house, yard, pen or place where such kiiling shall take place fs^ paved with plank closely laid, or stone, or flag or tile inlaid with cement, or other,wise made impervious to water, a;nd.tlie floor In �j\'wry such eac6 made with a descent towards a gutter, which shall pass through the same, and leading to a tub or resBrvoir, to receive bVood and oifal, and thai H is also supplied with a tank, pump, well or other means by which a suAe-ient supply of water can be obtained for the purpose of keeping the same clean and free from smelL. or effluvia. And the said permit may be granted or given at any timo before, during or after the eiitablishment of the said slaughter house' or promises for which a permit is required under? this ^hyiaw. Such permit may bo revoked at any time by the Council upon the report of the Health Officer shoring that the person to whom such permtt was granted has been guilty of an infraction of this by-law or^haA saeh slaughter house fails to comply withthe provisions of this by-law. � ^- K . ������ . 88 Every slaughter house or building usei^ for the purpose of killing within and without the City and supplying nieat to the CUy shall be lime whitewashed at leastvonce every month, between the first chiy of April and'the first day of November in each year, and the lime shall be freely used for the purpose of disinfection, and the tub'or reservoir nam ed in the V>�t preceding section shall be emptied at the end,.of each day when killing has beendone on the premises, at such place that no offensive effluvia may arise therefrom, and the whole of such premises shall ?�; kept perfectly clean and free from any offensive smell or nuisance ol any kind whatever. 84 Every slaughter house or building so used shall have at aV times a printed copy of these regulations relating to slaughter^ houses hung up or exposed in some conspicuous |iart of such building or pmntae*. 85 The Health Ofllcer, City luopector and every SanHiary laspsctor duly authorised by the Committeecl Heath and Relief shall bs sit liberty at all reasonable times to enter Into any house, outhouse,' or other l.uildlug used as a slaughter house and on premiaea conducted therewith lor the purpose of inspecting such s.unghter house and premisea and 'iny unimala^ or fresh moats 'therein or tliiircon. NUISANCES 86 No person shall suffer or permit any cellar, vault, privike drala,-'eesapool.-pfivy or sewer upon any premises belonging to or ooeupied b)r him or her within the 1 mits. of the city of Lethbridge to eoua, offensive, or injurious, to the pubUc health. Lumber^ Shingles Doors Windows .Mouldings Lime Lath I Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts 5 � LethbridgeJaber, Stirling, Raymond, Magratli, Coleridge Cave Nancs i� Canadim Ptaccs. (From Montreal Star.) The Earl of Dunmoro, who recently died in England, gave names to two places in Canada during his troubles m^ny years ago. Dunmore JunotioUi on the Canadian Pacific Railway is named after him. and the now -flourishing town of Moose Jaw owes its name to him through a very peculiar circumstance At this dpot he mended the wheel of his Red River cart with the jaw of a moose that he had shot, ni-es in a sporiing nccidiit hence the name bestowed -jpon liiu by the Indians. ^ In addition to. his qualities bs a soldier and a sportsman, Lord i^.m-raore was also an accomplisnud n>usi-oian, a yachtsman, and a cattlc-l Help to build np Lethbrittgu ana n local industry by putronizin^ f I Oliver's Planing and'Lumber Milled  Office, Yarda and Factory-Corner Round Jind Bompaa Streets  I:. Telephone: 153 % and wns not contant merely to sit down and enjoy ull the privilogos that an earldom brings. He once lived in New Caledonia for a year, the only Ilritish nubloman who. could 8n,v as much, and there were few cor' nors of the earth he had not visitatl ot some time. He caused a stir some yenrs ago hy becomiuK a member of thoCJyysr tain Science church. Ho canM) to Am erica as the guest of Mrs. IQildy, tho arch-priestoss of the sect, and, on bis return wrote a series of articles in the Engjish papers. 4 . Hi's cohvcrsion to the new .religion was a whole-hcartoii ana. He cainu in n^ith his household, wife, son ami daughters; and; ho;.'.was soon "giving his experience'* as freely us any p^nr itent at.*a. Salvation. 'Army bench.' At the dedication of the "Mother I Church of Chrisf Scientist." in nbs-he ton-rrwhich ecstOW00,000, which iius an organ ^wi'th 5,000vpiiics and. a dome/ twice as :3large as the. S�;iib House' dome-Lord; Dunmore wa.s.oite' of the most impassioiied wor�hi|>pJi'S;; 87. No distiller, tanner, brewer, soap boiler, tallow chandler, butehsr. meat packer, dyer, liveiy irtable beeper or othir penon shall dtsdMTfe out of or permit to flow from their still.,house, tonnery. bwrfwy, mtm-ufaetory, ahop, slaughter house, packing houae. sUbIs or otlar ptaes aay, foul or other nauseous Mqtiors, slop*, or aulMtaBoes wbat�ver'lBto.'�ay pri-vate ground^ street, lane, or publie Vrouad. within said .etty -wMiout the permiasioa ot the HeaHh OAoer. 88 No soap boiler, tallow chandler, butcher, candle or oil HMbsr or otb er person shall bsep or use oreauss to bs kept or used aay.stale. pittrMl or stinking fat,, yraaaa or mssi: nor shall any penun keep fo^.'stpn iiliaa twenty-four hours any uadnsied hides, except at the pl^ade ^wttm iUMii| asnw are to b^ manufacturad. ^ ' , General Teaming. When yotirequireyourgiardens ploughed, your yards cleaned uj'. Cellars due, or any other teaming ione, SEE US, or phone 21)1, or ^rop a post ciird in the office, yo^r order will receiveour prompt atten-cion. COAL must be paid for )n delivery. Residence and stable aast ofthe barradks.' WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge Rins ttp 108 When you want DPIAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily.. JOHN BRODIE (OoatiaiMdBestwwk) For ipring and iaU wear, and for cool before winter evenings ad (tff-wioter oi^ts. wW extra outoideclotliiag is welcome, the Covert Top Coat ho\i� the first place. Tke Semi-ready Covert Gbato have an artistic toucli in their, jiWjniag wkiek sets ikeiii apart (rom all others. You can distinguish ikia dUbrfaecivea ia thb Coat ol tiinple lines. tlS is llM ftitt iWy l�fis aai llw viIhm an pptrast is Ifce l4kM f'mi CmIs �t t20 �U 125. Sieini-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD. ? Lethbridge Synopsis, Coal Mining Re julaiions 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 term of twenty>one years at an annual rental-of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will be leased tc one applicant. Applfcation for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed'territory the land niust be described by sections, or legal Bub>divisions of sections, and in nnsnrveyed territorv the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application - must be ac. companieil by a fee of |5, which will 1)6 refunded if.the rights applied for nre not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of live cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining eights which are not being operated shall furnish the distriotAgent of Dominion Lands .� with'a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. , . The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may-, ne permitted to purchase whatever Available surface rights -may . be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of'f 10 an acre. For full information application should be mode to the Secretary of the' DejiBrtiuent-'of. the' Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub> Agent of Domiuion Lands. W.W.CORY, V Deputy Minister of the Inierior ' N.B.-Unauthorized pablication ; of tliie Jidvertiwinent will not be Stidfor. . ;