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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta nfb1 sal^of iipihit'the^-' jciion Mart Evening at 7.30 o'ctotk goods nt your own prices. the Lcttibridge Auction Mart. 410 Round Street (Old Herald Office) PAIN i.tmt IMAMS eeksettlioftd fereMitre swmjr tram teln center*. luetfectltcnsiTOlnf, plesaintlr dellfhtfiil, Gently, though wfelr, it tunlr e�u�Uithe permission of thelloalth Officer. 2a No child, minor or person from any house rhere �ny person or persons is or  nj sick or affected wHh any nt the diseases named or provided for in SWecdule . of th Is bylaw shall atta.ul any tublic, private or sectarian school In the City until the recovery or death of said sick person or person* and the disinfection of the premises and of the inmates of the house and In cither events the aforesaid child, minor or person shall be provided with a written statement by tho attending physician, if any, and it not, then by the Health Officer, certifying to their non-contagiousness, which state tnent must lortntt the same to be used for the conveyance of any |>erson affected or sick with any of the diseases named or provided for in Schedule A of this by-law, nor for the conveyance of the body for burial or otherwise of any person who has died from any of the said diseases, without the permission of the Health Officer; and every undertaker or other person who, with a hearse or other vehicle, removes or conveys therein, for burial or otherwise the corpse of any person who has died of any such contagious discaso'is hereby required to have such cab, om nibui, street railway or tramvfxy carriage, or any such public or privute conveyance or hearse or other vehicle thoroughly disinfected, unihsr )ho directions anil approval of the Health OfltceA but no such omer, driver, or other iwrson shall be comrwl'ed to convey any such affected person or contagious until he is paid al sufficient sunt to cover any expense and loss he may incur in carrying into cCfcct tho provisions of this by.taw. 38 No person shall let or.hire, or allow any other person to noxpy any house or part of a house In which there has been any person aick or affected with any disease named and provided for in Schedule A of this by-law without having first had the said house or part of a house thoroughly disinfected, together wHh any article or articles therein contained, and under the direction and to the satisfaction of tho Health Officer, or without, obtaining the certificate of a physician that the said house or part of a house can be safely occupied by other, or that such article or art cles can bo safely handled or used. 39 It shall ho the duty of the physician 4n attendance or persons sick or affected with any disease named and schedule A and It of this by-law to give all necessary gardlng this thorough ventilation and cleansing lie house or .private resilience wherein such shall be sick, and it shall, be the duty of such public houce or the owner or occupant of such to follow the Instructions of the physician in attendance iter tho penalty horeina/tcr described. upon any person provided for in instructions re-of the pub-such person of the keeper private residence as aforesaid, un- While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. en'a shoes soled and heeled n.3Q minutes. Price 91.00. .J QERMAN 'HWp�t*of Benttey Co. AT KEAN'S �mm Fresh Grapes, Peurs, Peaches, Plums, Oranges and Bananas Also Honoy and Sweet Potatoes When buying Confectionery yon can rely on KEAN'S Opposite P.O. 'Phone 96 30 The IIoaHh Officer is hereby empowered to visit any and aU. public and private schools in the City and to make or cause to be made an examination of the children and minors in attendance therein aa> often as he may deem necessary to secure compliance wKh the provision hereof. 81 Every school teacher, is heroby required to attend to ana observe such suggestions and instructions as may be given by the Health Officer in regard to ventilation and cleanliness tn the school under his or her charge. SLAUGHTER HOUSES 32 No person or porsons shall build or erect any slaughter house or building, or premises for the purpose of killing therein; or use any slaugh ter house or building, yard or premises, at present erected, built or kept for the purpose of killing within or without the limits of the City and supplying meat to the City without t)|e permission or license of the OHy Council. Every application to tho City Council for such .permission or license shall be accompanied by a certificate signed by the Health Officer that such slaughter house or building or premise* is in no manner injurious to public or private hoalth ,and that the house, yard, pen or place where such killing shall take place is, paved wrth plank closely laid, or stone, or flag or lite inlaid with cement, or otherwise made impervious to water, ajnd tho floor. Hn (every such catc made with a descent towards a gutter, which shall pass through the same, and leading to a tub or reservoir, to receive by>od and offal, and that H is also supplied with a tank, pump, well or other means by which a sufficient supply of water can be obtained for the purpose of keeping the same clean and free from smell or effluviu. And tho said permit muy bo granted or given at any time before, during or after tho cHtablishinent of the said slaughter house' or premises for which a permit in required under this bylaw. Such permit may bo revoked at any time by the Council upon the report of the Health Officer shoving that the person to whom such permit was granted has been guilty of an Infraction of this by-law or ^hat such slaughter house fails to comply with tho provisions of this by-law. 33 Every slaughter house or building useri^ tor the purpose of killing within and without tho City and supplying meat to the City shall be lime whitewashed at least once evory month, between the first day of April and ot he mended the wheel of his Red River cart with the jaw of a mooso that he had shot, and the Red Indian scouts called it tlio place where "the one-eyed white chief mended his cart with the jawbone of a moose." This was at length abort ened Into "Moose Jaw." Lord nunmore had lost the sl-^ht of one of his eyes in a sporting accident hence the name bestowed -ipon hiii by the Indians. 0 In addition to his qualities i.h a soldier and a sportsman, Lord Don-more was also an accomplished imtsi-oian, a yachtsman, and a cntUe-Uvt.il cr. Ho served in the Scots t'uni'.ls, and had been a lord-ln-waltdig, nnd colonel of the 4th Battalion of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Lord Dunmore's son and l.jir, \ 1�-count Piucastle entered the 10th Lancers, served in* an Indian frontier \v�r won his V.C. in 1807, and afterward saw fighting In South Africa. Lord Dunmore, tho toventh rurl, was born on March 34, 1841, arid he longed to the Murray clan, the uhief-tain of which is the Duko'of At hoi I. He succeeded to the title, when he have thus set one as good, was only four years old, on the death of his father. Lord Dunmore was a rootless man, II TRY WM. OLIVER ;; -for- ;; Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber nnd nil kinds of Mill Work \ [ Do*not send all your money to Calgary nnd Cnuib'rook. *. Help to build up Lothbriogv and a local industry by patronizing ' J Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. � ' Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Bound iiid Bonipas Streets -y becoming a meinlicr of the t'lyjx-tnin Science church, lie caimt to Am erica ns the guest of Mrs. Eddy, the arch-priestoSN of the sect, and on his return wrote n serlett of iirtlclcH In tlio English pnpt'rs. � HTs conversion to the new religion wns a whnle-henrtcd one. lie cuute in ^'tth his household, wife, son nml duugheers. nnd ho wus soon "giving his experience" as freely us any penitent at a Salvation Army bunch. At tho dedication of the "Mother Church of Chrlt�t Scientist." In Huston-which ixsf X4 00,000. which Sims an organ with 0,000 pl|tes nnd a dome, twice us large as the !ri.,lo House dome-Lord Dunmore waft one of the most impassioned womhippei'x. | General Teaming. ! When you require your gnrdens � :)loupbcd, your ynrds cleaned up. ' iillnrs dug, or any other teaming j lone, SEE l*S, or phono 201, or | !rop a post card in the office, your ; order will ruedvoour prompt ntteu-' (ion. C* t A L must bo paid (or ' in delivery. Residence and stable i ?nst of the barracks. jWM. TAYlrOH, Lethbridge ! Ring up 108 j* When you wnnt DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE (Continued next wool) For spring and fall wear, and for cool before winter evenings and after-winter nights, when extra outside clothing is welcome, the Covert Top Coat holds the first place. The Semi-ready Covert Coats have an artistic touch in their designing which sets them apart from all others. You can distinguish this difference^ even in this Coat of simple lines. $10 it tW ��!� tkty Ufis �l, inltkt v�lutt �ra (pptrtnt is (1m ktfktr frieml Costs it $20 �ni $25. Semi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD, r Lethbridge Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal mining rights of tho Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for n term of twojify-oiio years at an annual run t�l of $1 nn acre. Not more than 2,1)0*0 acres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must bo uindo to tho Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which tho rights applied for aro situated. In surveyed 'territory tho land must lie described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in uuBurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will 1� refunded if tho rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo paid on tho merchantable output of the mine at the rate of lire cents per ton. Evory lesseo of coal mining 1 rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with "u sworn statement to that effect at least once in each your. The leaBO will include the coal mining rights ouly, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for tho working nf tho mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Seoretary of the Department of the' Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands, W.W.COBY, Deputy Miuister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for, ;