Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
####.##*#*##.#,###*#*#*#h LAW NO. 237 7* 0. "li J The ttiftterint used to si.rk* Ir-�n Ptttote Brand Tooke Collars is nn exc*u..ive brand of fine, evenly woven Irish Linen, made s* *ciaHy. Absolute Accuracy is necessary in making each part of a collar so tbnt it will fit perfectly. Alt Tooke Collars are made by experienced specialists, only a very small part ot a collar being made by each one. The "Anglo," illustrated, an Iron Frame Brand collar, is especially suitable for dress and semi-dress occasions. Sizes 14 to 18, heights 2, 1% and 2^. Trice 20c. each-3 for 50c. 7 TMRC SKOTHCftS, tIMITtO . . MONTREAL. A BY-LAW RELATING TO PUBLIC HEALTH. The Municipal Council of the City of Lethbridge enacts as follows: - HEALTH OFFICER AND ASSISTANTS. 1. There shall lv appointed by the Council of the City of l>>thhrldge nn ollkvr to Ih� called the tlenlth Otllcer, who shall he a hed hy the City in which shall lie entered under appropriate heads, all exi>endituivs ordered in his department with the names of all (vrsons who have furnished materials, and of all workmen, and the time worked and the amount to lie paid to each individual and report thereon to the Health and Helief J Committee whenever required by law to do so. and make at the end of each year a schedule of the property under his charge belonging to the City and tho value thereof. (c) To examine into or cause to he examined into all nuisances, sour-cos of filth and causes of sickness within the City which may l>e injurious to the public health and to immediately report the same to the Health and Helief Committee or its Chairman who shall forthwith take the nec-ry steps to cause the same to ho removed, destroyed, or prevented. (d) To kwp a vigilant look out over the sowers and other public works In the city and in case the same shall lie in such condition as to lx� a nuisance, to immediately report the same to tho said committee or its chairman, who shall forthwith take the necessary .steps to have the nuisance remedied, abated or removed. Lethbridgejaber, Stirling. Raymond, Magrath, Coleridge DRKYING. of all butchers, supplying milk month during nnd and tho 1 i If you wish draying or call on us, oving of any kind done, (e) To visit or cause to be visited the premises slaughter houses supplying meat and dairies cream to the City at least twitv a months of April, May, June, duly, Augm l>er and once a month during the remainder of the year nnd from Umejnf to time report to the said committee the result of such visits. Septemltpr. and Octo- We have the largest and best equipped car age business in the city, with thoroughly experienced nen in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the befit grade for sale. Coal delivered to all |porte of the city on short notioe. Western Warehouse A Transfer Co., Ltd. Office-First door south of Ofwra House, Phone 63 (f) To consult wHh and advise the sa-id commit tee, respecting nil mat-ters relating to the puhlic health and sanitary eomiitiun of the City, ant!, when ordered by the Mayor or the said commit tee to visit all j�er-rons and lns|iect all places or premises as they or either of them may direct, and to report in writing the result of such vis t or inspection to the Mayor or to the said committee and to advise such remedies as In his opinion should he 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 public health. (g) Upon being informed hy the City Inspector or any assistant member of the public force or other lierson that any person on family is destitute and suffering from disease or illness of any kind, he shall at once proceed to visK such person or family, and upon such visitation, under the direction of the Mayor or of the said committee, to take such measures for their immediate relief as to him may seem requisite, either by reporting them as fit subjects to lie removed to or treated at tho General Hospital or other place prov ided for that purpose, or by supplying them or directing that they be supplied with the requisite and necessary medicine for their relief at the expense of the City, and to keep a regular and correct account of each case, and of such expenditure, and to make a return of the same monthly to the said Committee. A DKAUTH OK OHATOtt.4. (From the Canadian Ccym �r 1 It is a long time since Kr^lish V nadhtns promuvrl a Jomfru*ting era. lei*. Today our national orator Is the Crime Minister-a Krenvh-dumflhin. and we of Knglinh speech would l>e hard put to it to uume a man who could net-aw they say In golf-ns a 1 "runner-up." Mr. Foster is regarded! as the host shaker in the Conservative parliamentary |�urty; but he is hardly what we mean when we speak an orator. "Charlie" Marcil comes near to oratory: but he is French. Mr. ltourn*.sa is a capital parliamentarian, hut he In not Kng-lish. (Solng buck a generation, we ha \ e (*ba | dea u-as wo sa u*-bu t whom have we to match him? Hluke was a cogent speaker; hut he was not a man to move the mass^-s. Sir lohn Thomson was a greut debater: but as far as possible from nn orator. On n question that touched his own heart Ualton .eCurthy could touch the hearts of his hearers, but was he not Irish? McOee was an orator and Davin was at times eloquent; but they were both Celts. Sir Charles Tupper was vigorous; and- for lack of a better-we might nominate him. Vet the English race can produce orators, as a long list from Fox to Itoseberry attests. TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber nnd all Kindt of Mill Work Do not send nil your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Holp to build up LethbritiKe nnd a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Bound and Bom pas Streets Telephone 153 Solve this Problem. General Teaming. \ TEST FOR HIGH 11UOWS 1 4 7 10 13 2 5 8 11 14 3 0 0 12 15 ] ment or destitute prisoners in the City cells. fk) To enter in hooks to be kept fc�r that purpose an account of all sales of property or material belong ntf to th* City in his ]X*partment, and of all work done by any individual for which money shall become due to the City. When n woman doesn't know her own mind ft is time she sought an introduction. FMfteon girl members of a walking club started out to walk for aav�ti days. The rule of tho club i� that they shall walk three abreast each day and on no two days shall any three or two walk in the same row. Ttw problem is to show how thoy arranged each day of the seven and how they arranged on the seventh day. When you require your garden* ploughed, your yards cleaned upr cellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a post oard in the office, your order will receiveour prompt attention. COAX* must be paid for on delivery. Residence and stable-sast of the barracks. TAYLOR, Lethbridg* Wt take this space to solicit a certain class ol trade for "Semi-ready" Tailoring Sernvrcady, Limited Rinc up IOS When you want DRAYING 1T t (1) To certify the under Ins direction. pay rolls of the workmen or servants employed Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Spark Plugs, Storage Batteries Speedometers Tire Chains, Goggles, Jacks, etc. Stock Saddles EXACT REPAIRING Farm EUrneM, Concord Harneaa,, _ _ Stops, etc., always on hand. | HOWard CaSC & Co W� can guarantee you co tifCaetion. plats Lethbridge Saddlery While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. GERMAN Wert of Bentley Co. Tht Orif ina! Garage which is still in operation. Partnership Dissolved, SinR L.on and Wing Hong, who have been in partnership in tho Victoria Jtestaurant have dissolved partnership. The business will he curried on by Sins; Loo by himself. All mon-oy owintf to the Victoria Kestuurant must be paid to Sing Ijoo who will not. however, pay debts contracted by Wing Hong before the partnership was formed, Lethbridge Oct. 10, 31*07. (iiu To co'lect and make a return of such mortuary statistics i\8 mey l>e rec|iiired from him from time to time by any by-law or resolution of the IVum'il or hy any order or resolution of the said Committee or by any statute passed by the Parliaunent of Canada or legislature of Alberta or hy any onler-in-eouncil. rule or regulation of tho Government of Ca nada or of the liovvrnmcnt of the said l'rovlnce of Albertoi. (n) To assist and adviso the said committee in mattors relating to pub He hi*ulth and to suiierintend, untler the di reel ion of tho said committee tho enforcement anil observation within tho City of all Health By-laws or regulations and of Public Health Ordinances ami of any other sanitary laws and to |ierforin such other duties and lawful acts for the pre nervation of the public health as may in his opinion bo necessary or may be required by the said committee. (o) To present to the said committee before the 31st day of December in each year and at any other time when requested by the Mayor or the Health and Relief Committee a full, report upon the sanitary conditioa of the City. 5 In cane of the sickness or absence of the Health Officer, it shall t e lawful for the Mayor or I no health and I to lief Committee to i;; .pci.it some member of the medical profession to perform any or all of his duties during such sickness or absence, such appointee to bo remunerated by tho Health Officer and the said committee may at all times when they consider it advisable hock extra advice or assistance (or carrying into effect the sanitary conditions and intentions of this bylaw or any other bylaw or regulutlon of the City and return of all fees and exikenditure incurred in oUtnining such advice or assistance shall from lime to time be made to the Council by tlio suid Committee. Done promptly ai satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE T; 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 u term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an aero. Not mom than 2,500 acres will bo leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agont of tho district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must Ih� described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsnrveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 15, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of thfr mine at the rate of five cents per ton. lessee ot ooal q You cannot buy a ready-made suit in the M Semi-ready ** Store. Every suit is fitted and finished to your individual type. Q You can try it on, see how the color and pattern suits your figure and your style-something you can never tell from the clod � in the we b.