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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta COLLARS The material used to a.fk� Ir->n Franie Brand Tooke Collars is an exc'.u,ive brand of fine, evenly woven Irish Liuen, made s- -^cially. Absolute accuracy is necessary in mrfkiug each put of a collar so that it will fit perfectly. All Tooke Collars are made by experienced Specialists, only a very small part of a collar being made by each one. The " Anglo," illustrated, an Iron Frane Brand collar, is especially suitable for dress and emi-dress occasions. Sizes 14 to 18, heights a, aX> a>~ Commercial College J. Geo. Harper* Director. Haoj Free Advantages Pupils received daily. For Prospectus, Terms, etc., Addresa-THE SECRETARY Studio-Tuff's Block, City. ADtomoMle Supplies Spark Plugs, Storage Batteries Speedometers Tire Chains, Goggles, Jacks, etc. EXACT REPAIRING Howard Case & Co Th� Origiaal Oarag* which is stiU in operation. The Municipal Council of the City of Lethbridge enacts as follows: - HEALTH OFFICER AND ASSISTANTS. 1. There shall I�c anpointod hy tho Council of the City of Ijothbritlgo nil ofI\c�T to calleil the Health Olliccr, who shall bfi a qualiliefl nioclical practitioner and also a City Inspector anil such niiinbor of nssisilnnts as may bu ikvnTetl nocwsnry by the Health anil l{�liof Coinniitlco. 2. It shall be tho duty of all .irticors, servants, v orknvcn and agents of th�? City of Lethbriduc to j;ivo al. P'lssible aid and a.ssistance in their power to the said Health OIHccr, City lnsi>ector and .\ssistniHs. 3. The Health Oflicor shall have full have full control of the Scavenging Department of th-o City and tho Oity Inspector and his Assistants shall nt all times be subject to his direot'ions and orders in all matters relating to the enforcement of Sani'tary and Health Hy-laws or other san itary laws and rcgiila'tions in force in .the said City, and saiid HeaHh Officer shall have the general suiicrvision over all niaWers, things and of-cers within tho City in any wjiy appertaining to the public health, subject to the restrictions and provisions corftained in the Health Ordinanco of the X. W. T., April lt)th, 1902, and the Charter of the City of Lethbridge. 4. In nddftion to tlw duties prescribed by law or by any resolution or by-law of the City the following shau i^; tlw duties of the hcalrth oflU-er; (a) To attend at the Health Offloo such portion of each day as the Health and Kelief Committee may dii�ct. (b) To keep record of all proceedings in books, furnished l)y the City in which shall lie entered under appropriate heads, all expenditures ordered in his department with the names of all i:>orsons who have furnislied materials, and of all workmen, and the time worked and the amount to be paid to each individual and report thereon to the Health and Relief Committee whcnevw required by law to do so, and make at the end of each year a schedule of the property under his chnige belonging to the City and the value thereof. (c) To examine into or cause to Im oxaminwl into all nuisances,, sources of filth and causes of sickness within the Oity which may be injurious to the public health and to immediately report the same to the Health and Relief Committee or its Chairman who shall forthwith take the necessary steps to cause the same to be removed, desitroyed, or prevented. (d) To keep a vigilant look out over tlK? sawers and other public works in the city and in case the same shall lie in such condition as to be a nuisanoe. to immediately report the same to the said committee or its chairman, who shall forthwith take the necessary steps to have the nuisance remedied, abated or removed. (e) To visit or cause to be visited the premises of all butchei-s, ond slaughter houses supplying meat and dairies supplying milk and cream to the City at least twice a month during the months of April, May, .lune, .Tuly, .\ugu9t, September, and October and once a moirth during the remainder of the ,veur and from time to time report to tho said committee the result of such visits. (f) To consult with and advise tho saiid conmiittee, respecting all matters relating to the public health and sanitary condition of the Oity, and, when ordered by the Mayor or the said committee to visit all perrons and ins|ject all places or premises as they or eitlier of them may direct, and to report in writing the result of such vis t or inspection to the Ma.yor or to the said commititee and to advisa such remedies as In his opinion should be taken to prevent the spread of infection or disease, and the removal from such premises of nuisances or other matter as are dangerous to the pubMc health. (g) Upon being informed by tho City Inspector or any assi^nt member of the public force or other person that any person or fanoiUy is destitute and siilTering from disease or illness a>f any kind, he shall at once proceed to visit such person or family, and upon such visitation, under the direotion of the Mayor or of ief Committee to bi>|tci.it �ottie member of the medical profeMion to iwrform any or all of his dut> iee during such sickness or abaonco, auch appointee to be remunerated by the Health Officer and the said commi'ttce may at all times when they consider it advisable seek extra advice or assistance for carrying into effect the sanHary conditions and intentions of this bylaw or any other bylaw or regulation of tho City and return of all fees and e.xpttnditune incurred in obtaining such advice or assistance shall from time to time bo made to the Council by the said Committee. 6 In addition to the duties prescriliod by law or any bylaw .. of tho Council or by any resolution of the Health and lielief Committee it shall bo the duty of the Inspector;- (a) To asfiiat the Health Officer in his duties and [Jerform such other duties as may from time to tlmo be assigncii to them by that ofDocr or the Health and Relief Committee. (Continued next week) lish. Going back a generation, wo have Chapleau-as we saw-but whom have wo to match him? Blake was a cogent speaker; but he was not a nian to move the maascf*. Sir John Thompson was a great debater; but as far as possible from an orator. On a question that touched his own heart Oalton ;cCart.hy could touch the hearts of his hearers, but was he not Irish? McGee was an orator and Davin was at times eloquent; but they were both Celts. Sir! CharfcAi Tupper was vigorous; and- for lack of a better-we might nominate him. Ytet the English race can produce orators, as a long list from Fox to Hoseberry attests. Solve this Problem. A TEST FOR HIGH BROWS 1 a 3 4 - 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 When a woman doesn't know her own mind it is time she sought �n introduction. Fifteen (pirl members of a walking club started out to walk for aev�n days. The rule of the club ia that they shall walk three abreast each day and on no two days shall any three or. two walk in the sam� row. 'Hie problem is to show how they arranged each day of the seven and how they arraagnd on the'seventh day. Wc take tKif apace to solicit a certain claaa oi trade for "Scmi-reaJy" Tailoring. Scmi-rcady, Limited 4 You cannot buy a rcadymad* suit in the " Scnu*rcady" Stort. Every suit w fitted and finiehed to your individual type, ^ You can try it on, see how the color and pattern auita your figure and your style--eometbing you can never tell irom the cloth in the weh. ^ We want the trade of the man who hae been putting up with ordinary Custom tailoring-{ot we have eomething better to ofFer- and {or leas money. f Suits BaUhKl and delivtrtd 3 fconri after ttTtoc-on. V Prom III to r-O for the Buninen. fock or Ctauiost Xoglitb Walklag Suit*. f Frock Coalt, |aa and |23, litk-ficnl aae lUk-Uafd. Semi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD, - Lethbridge General Teaming. When you require your garden* ploughed, your yards cleaned; op,,  sellars dug, or any other teaming; jone, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a post card in the office, yonr order will receiveonr prompt attention. GOAL must be paid for an delivery. Residence and stable-aast of the barreoks. Win. TAYLOB, Lethbridge RfffS ap 108 When yon want DRAYING Done promptly and satisftMstorily^ JOHN BRODIE Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coa] mining rights of the Dominion, in Manito^, Saskatchewan,. Alberta, the Ynkon Territory, the-North-West Territories and Britistt CoIunibia,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. Application 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 must lie described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsnrveyed territoiv the tract applied for shall be staked out. Kach application must be ao. companiea by a fee of t5, wbiob will be refunded if the riffbts ap. plied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of th� mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lesseJB ot coal minine rights whicb are not being operaten shall famn& the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a swora statement tn that eifeot at least anoe in eaeh year. The lease will include the ooU mining rigMla only, but the leaaew may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rightn may be considered necessary iar the working of the mine at the fate of $10 an acre. For fpll information application should be made tlo the Secretary of the Department' of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dwiiuion I^nds. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. 32 ;