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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Frank 6. Waddington wilt hold another big sale of Fancy Goods at the Auction Mart -ON- Saiidaj veninj at 7,31 o'clock Good goods at your own prices. The letbbriige Ruction Marl 110 Round Street (Old Herald Office) II- ,.,.,-. Ill ---, � -T _ Cough Caution It'titMnW^owlflM'thiiifi WtmnTm wwcffwiwn cwitninlnt WW. ttutmfylns nolMMi! tins constantly wfttn or THE PUBLIC HEALTH The City's Sanitary Regulations as Given in By-Law 287. (Continued from Inst week.) KiTortu^-^irm iiyV"l'ut It on tho libel nd ntlitrt, rti ilionidlnilrton having pr. ghoop;; iihcore. No notion msHM on Br. Shopni e"i-�nd none In tha medicine, oho H mutt br Kw be on the label. Anil t'n not only �ale. but It it MM to w by "nolo that know It bnt. a irolyre. Karkable cough renwh. T�ko no chance then, Unicularly w th your children. Insist on hftvhtf R. BWn's Cough ttiro.. compare cawluJly tha nr. Bhoop package with othow and Ik.T dllfotence. Wo, polwm,mark* there! You can always be on the aalo ilde by dcmandlnt tha Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure "ILL DE1LEHS" Only Seven Weeks Until ChristmasX Now is tho time to think about your Christinas Presents. ' See our stock before every ono else takes his choice. A splendid stock of Christmas goods already in and more arriving every day. Your patronage solicited. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler Official Watch Inspector for the C. P. R. DRAYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, cull ou us. We havo the largest and best equipped car .age business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attonded to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all Jpar^s of tho city on short notice. i Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. | no No owner or occupant ot nn,V grocery, collnf*. tallow chandler shop, soup factory, slaughter house, tannery, brewery, distillery, pork or beef packing house, stable or barn, shnll suffer the sume to become foul, naug coub or offensive, 40 No owner or possessor of any animal which shall have died, shall nu(Tor the same to lie on public ground, street, lane alley or private lot or place within 'this city, nor shall any person throw or lenvo any such animal, or any vegetable or decayed animal,matter or any Blops or filth whatever, solid or lluld, Into any pool of water In said City. | 41 When any dumb animal shall die within the limits of said city, the' owner or person in possession of it shall, within twelve hours thereafter, causo tho carcass to ho removed to tho place provided by tho City Coun ell and burled. 42 No person shall himself, or by another throw, place or deposit or loavo In any street, highway, lane, alley, public space, or square (ashes and cinders unless properly spread) any animal or vegetable substance, dead animal, fish, shells, shavings, dirt, rubbish, excrement, fllth, ordure, manure, slops, unclean or nauseous water, hay, straw, paper, soot, offal, garbage, swill or any other article or substance whatever, In the coso ot any alley whero any substance above named shall exist, or have been deposited, It shall Ijo the duty of every owner or occupant of any lot or premises within twenty-four hours after having been notified by the lleaUh Officer so to do, to remove from said alley adjoining such lot or premises all such substances deposited by each owner or occupant. 48 No owner or occupant of any lot or tenement shall cause or permit any nuisance e unlawful for any person, Arm, or, corporation to carry on the business of slaughtering of animal h or rendering of any animal matter or manufacturing the game* into fertilizing material or changing talnc(l a )>crmit from tho City Council for such business. 40 Tho Health Officer, shall lie permitted free entrance nt all hours of tha day or night to all buildings used for tho purpose .specified in tho last three preceding sections hereof, and to free and unrestrained examination of all apparatus or utensils used in the manufacture or in the dis position of gases generated in such manufacture. SO It shall not, bo lawful for any person or persons to deposit upon any of tho streets or upon any land or lot within the City of Lethbridge any night soil or other >Uth or refuse matter of any kind without the con sent and under the direction of the Health Officer under the penalty hereinafter described, and every person or persons convicted undor this clause shall, in addition to tho penalty Imposed bo compelled to pay the cost of removal of such substances so deposited by him or them. Who Mty Vote. At, the request of the City Council the Herald gives below a statement of the qualifications of a voter. The news will como rather late to those who are off the list as tho time for optical has gone, by over two'weeks, but there is satisfaction In knowing Hint one might have had a Vote It he had looked after it or In knowing why one has not tlyi right to vote. VOTKM8 ENTITLTOP TO VOf MONKY 1IYI.AWS OS The person entitled to vote as burgess on any liylnw requiring the as sent of the burgesses shall lie any liersoti being a man, unmarried woman or widow who at the time of tendering thn vole is of the full age ot twenty-one years and Is nnmod on the last voters' list of it lie city and who is at the time of the tender of the vote a freeholder in his own right or whoso wife is a freeholder of real pro|ierty within the city and Is rated on the lust revised assessment roll as such freeholder for not less than $400, ami who has not directly or Indirectly received nor is in �x|icctn lion of receiving nny reward or gift for the vole which he tenders. I VOTKIIH KNTITLKI) TO VOTE ON MI' NIC11' A ft EI .KCT ION'S The persons qualified ns electors to vote shnll be the men, unmarried women and widows ovt�r twenty-one years of ago who are assessed upon tho last rexlssd assessment roll of j the City ns owners of real property held in their own right or, In the case of married men, held by their j , 0 r\vfi I /\POl wives for 8200 or upwards, or as oc- oTOCl 10 0& OLcll lOrUj LrfVJV*Al cupants of real property to the vol- | ____- - ue of 8400 or for income or jiersonnl pro|>ert.v for 82fi0 provided, however, that the Council may by bylaw, declare that no poison shnll not Ik? entitled to vote who hns not on or lieforu tho date mention* The of the_____ drop* dfclrftf S^ndWhf�> rest thi'M! drawn from the! oven.- nf \:f "The door Is strongly braced and will easily sup* port the weight of an extra roast Free Booklet, on �7 4 t MCCIA LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEO, VANCOUVER. tlJtHN, jMIHEI.^  I therein puid nil luxes duo by him to the Municipality either for the current year or all arrears of taxes or both. When more tenants than one occupy sc|inrato portions of the same building each shall be entitled . to volo If assessed ns occupants provided the lotnl value of tlv* pro|ierly so occupied is sufficient when divided, to give ouch occupant a rating of 8400; if otherwise none of such occupants shall be entitled to vote. TRY WM. OLIVER ^ --FOR-- 1 � Everything required in the construction of n BdUhigl Lumber and all kinds of Mill Worf ; ^ Do not send nil your monev to Calgary and Craobrook. Holp to build up Letlibrutgo Btul a local industry by patronising Oliver's Platting and Lumber Mills. : PUBLIC NOTICE. TIIM stTltKMti COtrrtT HKRTA OF AI. Office, Yards nud Factory-Corner Round ind BompM 8tracite, Telephone 158 Office-First dooi south of Opera House. Phone 63 i.uTuitunxn: Conservatory of Mnsic -AND- Commercial College J. Geo. Harper, Director. Many Free Advantages Pupils received daily. OUR WORK is invariably satisfactor ! Wo take all sorts of contracts for Electrical Work for equipping new buildings or fit ting up old onus. Wiring for dec trie lighting, bells, burglar alarms, annunciators, motors, cooling aud ventilating fans, etc. McKenzie & Roy Office- Uedpath St, Lethbridye Phone 201 Stock Saddles For Prospectus, Terms, etc., Address-THE SECRETARY Studio-Tutfs Block, City. Automobile Supplies Spark Plugs, Storage Batteries Speedometers Tire Chains, Goggles, Jacks, etc EXACT REPAIRING Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc, always on hand. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Leihbridge Saddler; CO. Howard Case & Co The Originnl Garage which is still in operation. While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's BboeB soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price 11.00. F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. AT KEAN'S Fresh Grapes, Pours, PeacboB, Plums, Orangesund Bananas 51 Whenever there shnll bo on any lot of land in the City of Ijeth-bridgc, or In nny excavation or cellar therein, stagnant or putrid water, or any filthy, infected or putrid matter, or the said lot. cellar or excavation shall be otTensivo or dangerous to public or private hcaHh, it shall be the duty, as well of tho occupant us of the owner of said lot, excavation or cellar, or of tho agent of tho owner thereof or ot any person hav ing or assuming to have the chnrgo thereof, to fill up, level or drain the same, as the case may be, or to remove the offensive, or putr d matter therein or thereon, without the necessity of a notice to that effect; und any such owner, agent, occupant, or jierson having or assuming to have charge of said lot, excavation or cellar, who shall neglect, after becoming aware of tho oxlstcnca thereof, to remove and abate such nuisance, shall lie liable to the |>enalLies provided for an infraction ot thin bylaw for each and every day of delay in draining, filling up, or levelling the said excavation, lot or cellar or in removing the suid offensive infected or putrid matter. 52 If any |>crson shall own, occupy or keep any lot or ground or other premises In such bad and filthy condition as to lie offensive and a nuisance to the neighborhood or to any person 'or family, such |k>rson shall | bo subject to the ponaltlos, provided for un infraction of this bylaw and to like penultlos for overy dny such nuisance shnll continue. 53 It shall constitute and is hereby declared a nuisance for any person to erect or maintain nny privy as near as foity feet to nny street, dwelling, shop, or well and tho saino must lie fnrnishod with a pit ut least six foot deep and constructed so as to he easily clou nod out. 54 All privies with vaults or pits,any pnrt of the contents of which are above the surface or within "two foot of the surface of the oarth, and all other privies that lire foul, emitting smells, and odors prcjudical to the public health, are hereby dcclured nuisances and the Health Officer or Inspector shall have power to abate the sume. 55 Whenever any nuisance., shall bo found on nny premises within the City contrary to this bylaw, the lleuRh Officer is hereby authorized in his discretion to cause the sume to bu summarily ubulcd in such manner us ho muy direct. 50 No pile or deposit of immure or garbage, nor accumulation of any offensive or nauseous substance shall bo mad.- within the limits of the said city, nor shall any person or corporation unload, discharge or put upon or along tho lino of any railroad, street or highway or public place, within said city any manure, offal, garbage, or other offensive or nauseous substance, nor shall cars or flats, loaded with or having in und upon them any such substance or substances, be allowed to remain or stand on or along any railroad, street or highway, within the limits of tho said c ty within throe hundred yunls of nny inhabited dwelling. All manure from stables whero not more than three horses, cows, or other animals are kopt shall, between March 15th und N'ovctulier 15th of each year lie removed at least every fifteenth duy. Where over three and not more than five such animals are kept manure shall be removed overy seventh day between the suid dates. Whero over flvo anil not more than eight such animals are kept manure shall bo removed every fourth, day l>c-twocn tho said dates, and where more than 'eight such animals arc kept manure shall Isj romoved every second day between said dates. 57 No person shall keep a greater number thun two cows or other cat tlo In any stable or building within a distance of one hundred fuot of uny building occupied by any |�rson other thun the owner of such cattle for a longer period than fourteen hours of a dny Iwtween April 15th and November 1st, unless tho owner of such animals furnish to the Health and Relief Committee of the Council the consent in writing of all persons so resident within one hundred feet of such sluble or othor building. 58 No |>erson shall keep a greater number than five cows or other cattle in any stable or other building within a dlstanco of two hundred feet of any dwelling occupied by any person other than the owner of such cattle for a longer period thun fourteen ' hours- a day between April 15th and N'ovemlier 1st, unless tho ownor of such animals furnish to the Health and Heliof Committee of tho Council tha consent of ull persons so resident within two hundred feet of such stable or other building. 59 Tho provisions of tho two last preceding sections shall not apply to cattle brought to the City for salo or to tenuis of work cattlo when tho same are boarded at a stable. There wilt be sittings of the Supreme Court of Alhcrtii, both en banc, and for trial of actions nt the following times and places, for the hearing of all cases, motions anil oth* er civil business. KS 1UNC. Place Pate Kdmonton, Oclol�r Sth, 1007 April 7th, U)08 Calgary January 14th, 1908 July 7th, 1H08 TIUAI, OK ACTIONS Medicine Hut November 5th. 1907 .March 17th, 1908 Culgary November 19th, 1907 February 18th, 1908 June KHh. 1908 IfccemlHT ,'lnl 1907 May 5th. 1908 Decctnlier lOth. 1907 May 9th, 1908. Deceinlicr 10th, 1907 Muy 12th. 1908 Dated at Kdmonton this 1st day of November. A. II. 1��7. S. II. WOOJJH, 28n lieputy Attorney Oencrnl. I ted Peer Kdmonton Oetolier 2nd. 100" Oetolter 22nd. 190 March 10th, 1908 November 5th. 190 February 4H�. l�fts June 2nd, 1908 Mucleod Leihbridge Wctasklwin General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned np, sellars dujr, or any other teaming : done, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a post card iu the office, your order will reeeiveonr prompt atten� ' don. COAL must be paid for )n delivery. Residence and stable east of the barracks. - \\rM. TAYLOlt, Lethbridge Trial Catarrh treatments are l�.>lng mailed out free, on request, by Pr. Shoop, Hncine, Wis. Those tests are proving to the |icoplo-without a pen ny's cost-the grcut valuo of this scientillc prescription known to druggists everj where ns Pr. Shoop's Catarrh Iteinedy. Sold by all dealers. Ring up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. , \:M JOHN BRODIE lv, Also Honey and Sweet Potatoes When buying Confectionery you cau rely on KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phone 96 TANK, WELLS, SPRINGS, ETC. or maliciously defile, corrupt or moke im-water hole, reservoir, or othor source of water; or destroy or �injure any tank, well, pipe, reservoir, or spring or any property pertaining thereto. (10 No person shall wilfully pure any tank, well, spring, (Contiuued next week) qThis in Overcoat- anywhere, Semi' Tb� Sijntl ul ou �vcry Coat Sew favour of the Chesterfield -it is always "correct * for wear anJ for any occasion. Semi-ready Top Coats have an uncommon style distinction and always make a |(ood impression. In Oxford-grey Cheviots and in the darker colors we show the Chesterfield at varying value {rom $18 to $40. The higher-priced Coats have expensive silk linings, but at $20 you can (Jet a real Semi-ready Chesterfield with silk faced lapels. Synopsis, Coal Mining Regnbtittf || Coul mining rights of the Domin-ion, iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twonty-ono years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not mora than 2,560 acres will be leased to;^v one applicant. iJjp Application for a lease must be ^ mude to the Agent or Sub-Agent -j of tho district in which the rights % applied for are situated. t| In surveyed territory the land $ must lie described by sections, or *| legal sub-divisions of sections, and "J iu luisurveyed territory the tract "\ applied for shall be staked out. ' s Each application must be ae>.'� | contpanied by a fee of $5, which \ 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 J mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal miuing rights which are not being operated'/, shall furnish the district Agent of ^ Dooiiniou Lands with a sworn;5-;' statement to that effect at leastr once in each year. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the In N.B.-Uiwuthbriied jpii^j'  - - . 'of this advertisement w|R A. SOUTHARD, - Lethbridge ^for. Semi-ready Tailoring The lease will include the ooa)I\J mining rights only, but the lessee!^ may be permitted to purebasfW whatever uvailable surface rightaM may be considered necessary the working of tiie mine at rate of $10 an acre. v. For full information appUoationT' should be made to the Secretary ofV' th a Department of the Interior? Ottawa, or to any Agent or Agent of Dominion Lands, -thU ( f I ;