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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMf LfcTMBHIDUE CJMUf HERALL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Jl, I Ml OU1 LETTER BOX. enough and that" asked for by the the 'amendments plumbers would PLUMBING INSPECTION r Lethbridge Sept. 10, '09. the Editor Daily Herald: jtDear see by tonight's paper tKere has been a meeting of the wa- 'terwbirks committee re the plumbing .inspector. ,-There were one or two things said at that meeting which I take excep- tion to and as the question is a pub- lie one, I would be glad ii you could find space in your paper for this let- Firstf, Mr. Fleet-wood statwfeit was impossible for him to do justice toj plumbing inspecting and attend j to other work. He is quite right. The! 'plumbing .inspector ought to devote! time to it and not go round doing other work. He also states he has found after inspection, work had been done which was not satisfactory. I don't quite understand this as he is supposed to' inspect the finished roughed-in job, If he found-alterations made not con-! forming with the by-laws' it was then his duty to find out who did the work and set the law going. With regard to the by-laws Mr. Fleetwood says practically they are good make it prohibitive for many people to have the plumbing put in. Now, Sir, I maintain that plumbing is the most important trade in the building line and that the best plumb ing is cheapest in the' long run. When one puts cheap plumbing into his house he runs a very great chance of paying doctor bills and funeral expenses far in excess of a good plumbing. Sir, is the reason the pluinb- ers ask for a change in the by-laws. It would bV far better if one could not afford good plumbing to be con-j tent with the earth closet and have it cleaned once a week (which is not done NOTICE Church of Christ Aid. Adams" raised the question of its being necessary to have a'practi- cal plumber for inspector. Mr, Fleet- wood said lie thought not and went further and said very few plumbers knew anything about sanitation. I don't know how he Christ or Christian arid beg to differ with him. The (jhurch'whose members are coin- plumber fram the of his Di8cipleg work has to know a very great deal v T i v Christ Lethoriuge or REFERENCE: BANK OF MONTREAL Merrsbsrs Winnipeg Grain Exchange and Toronto Board of Trade, Representing exporters. New York, Boston, Chicago, Montreal and Toronto. Also millers in Ontar o, and largest flax handlers in America We do not ask you to ship your grain unless our prices are better than other dealers. Write for any get our card on prices. Orders on Winnipeg options carefully executed on reasonable margins. vicinity are requested fo cpuinau- about sanitation. In conclusion, I think it is a ne- cessity toHmve a p'rfcctical-plumber nicate with Bro C S.-'Farrow for inspector. We want a man who j Lethbridge Steam Laundry, giving understands plumbing. Anyone can j our as lie has an import- around with a candle looking for i i ant cominunication for each of you caking joint. A practical man m connection with church----'- Daily Herald Market Place kavc M M It rtit pUcff it it tkte If JTM wut aiiythtaf tbU SI a leaking looks for a great deal more. Y-ouie truly, j A PLUMBER. Missionary Society You will find IT in the Htrald Want Adt. Column. three men, namely, building inspsc- torj sanitary inspector, and plumb- ABOUT THAT BUILDING Editor Lethbridge Herald: Alta., Sept. 10. inspector, could ,be adequately Dear have noticed with a filled by one qualified man at the great -deal ,of amusement the letter 'sajarv nOW beinj? paid to one af these men. What is the use of a. sanitary and machine men wanted at Royal Collieries. 228-6 Of fine Wheat Land in 6-14 a beautiful bit of land and is a steam plow- proposition. Within a short distance of the Lt Wey bu r n surveyed road. Pi-ice Per Acre Terms on application to T. E. PATTESON LETHBRIDGE. ALFALFA three nnles from Station good well and house on property 80 acres under cultivation 25 acres in alfalfa, two crops cut this season already. per acre. ;......__'_. Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE A P.O. Box.679 4Ci- in your paper of Sept. 8, signed tizen', the kicks of Alderman j King about the building on Round I street, and comments .of our new first class delivery man. Must know, the town well. Apply Box 13. Herald Office. 228-O i servant. Apply who' is not competent in Mrg A E Easton, corner Courtland Qf .inspection, to say nothing construction of new buildings. arid Round Streets. 227-6 building inspector about his legal j with regard sanitation in its full- general servant, points touching this building. Now. !egt interpretation, which is only one j Mrs. Fred Kenny, 317 Bartlett St. 27-6 before our young friend was elevated jpart" ol- the question? BREAD We make bread by machinery. This is a guarantee that everything turned out of our new bakeshop is STRICTLY SANITARY TELEPHONE 181 THE MODEL BAKERY SCHWEITZER BROS., r: Proprietors to" -his present high position, a cer- He tells us he: has disinfected so tain gentleman occupied. ..that rooms during .given periods and tion and issued permits to build when wo conclude he has tacked up the cjuar- he approve the' plans of the build- j antine cards which any man could ac- ing. complish after instruction. Plans of this building were submit- then calls upon all and sundry ted, and after mature examination a assistance, presumably because it permit was issued, and the work was js so far around town for .him to commenced. j walk. If that is his idea of his work I By-Law No. 8, Sec. 9, reads as fol- jnis knowledge of sanitary inspection 'lows: [is sadly limited. The building in- 4-1 "A Building- Permit" shall mean 'spector seems entirely at sea withre- the certificate and authority signed jmTidto 'his duties, and either has a by the inspector of buildings the K e y poor knowledge of building by- provisions of have been ;iaws Or wilfully shuts his eyes when ing by some of the erections in this city. j Then we have men in the council such aged feminine propensities and ever ready to swallow the hot, air of any Job seeker along. This Dutinsky it 'is-' a wonder how p.liimbinp: .could have before 'ae came and backs ridicules them WANTED AT Agood general servant. Wages per month. Ap- ply to Mrs. E. G. Hazell, dett and Courtland. Sts. cor. Bnr- 226-6 servant .Apply to Mrs. E. E. Sherlock, 1258, Bompas St. 226-O HELP engineers, experienced in railroad location j topographer and draughts- man. State experience and age. Ap- ply to James B. Clinton, Liindbreck, Alta., c-o Windsor Hotel. 226-6 H M M FREE OELIVERV OF LUMBER ALL OVER THE CITY To make room for a large consignment of Lumber now in transit we offer for imme- diate sale only 2x4 AND 2 x 6 No. 2 Dimension at per Thousand For Borders, for Dining-Room and Parlor j complied with, and that ,the construe- I T tion, erection of and -works upon tha building may be commenc- ed and proceeded with, according to the applications, plans arid specifica- tions filed ,the said inspector therefor." Now, do you 'think that after a permit signed after .inspec- tion of .the'-plans, and work has-been done to the extent of S2.000, a new J building inspector can come in and t compel the property owner to lose i that If you think: so, any j attorney wilL set you right on that point- But to get down to the facts in this case the building is rented to be oc- i eupiecl by Oct. 1st it can be reaj dy. The Balmoral Hotel wall is on my o-round three inches in the" rear, one inch in with six inches of its footing, in a'ddilion to the aDOve, on my 'ground. Mayor .Henderson's health iias tha.t he was not able to do business, and the only course; I had to leave space next: to--the-Balmoral-Hotel- so we coul'fl build the" when Mayor is able-to do business and I feel sure I can arrange that matter with -him. If I cannot, then I will {have to ask him to take his wall off my feel sure I will not jhave to 'do. j I like to hear a man talk of the le- jgal points. There is a very long line j of English decisions on the question j of fire walls, which in By-Law No'. 8 jis referred to as enclosing walls and 1 division walls. A fine distinction is [made in cities where joists, floors, partitions and. roofs are made of wood. In all cities of that class the ordinance is complied with, if th.e walls between the adjoining buildings are of the requisite thickness to pre- who comes teljs them the town's been done behind .their as out-of-date for general house-" ,work. Family of three. Must1 be first class and well recommended. Wages per month. Apply man- ager of Hudsons Bay Co. 226-6 lor tau.nd.ry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co 184-0 Sir bricklayers and _ one mortar maker. Will pay 70c an hour for bricklayers 3 mos. job. Mr. Castle Hotel, Call on old women. Let us have a com- mission composed of men, some of who should be professional -and such as "'would .fully understand the city's needs and how to meet them- Then probably there would be fewer offi- cials "with -their .time properly occu- pied. A. J. North Ward, Sept. Friday or Saturday or apply Shannon Bros: Raymond, xAlta. l 229-2 young lady of good ed- ucation and mathematics to LOST LOST OR and 100 feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing-to Wallace. Finder will' please -reiuro to J. H. Wallace, Bur- dett St. IW-0 watch with chain attached, g. Skin and Grief 3 2; 0. Wood, til. on took the hllf and the 9-4. ywatch with chain attached. Lost between Hudson's Bay Co. es and Herald office. Reward .lor re- turn to Herald office. 288-3 PROPERTY FOR SALE EOR lots in Block 93. Price each, 1-3 balance in 4 and 8 months. Apply. Box 327 Leth- bridge P. 0. 228-0 A section three miles' aou'th west of Lethbridge. 65 acres improv- ed, house, stable, and barn. Apply A. M. Matulis, Real Estate Broker, Room 4, Bryan Block, Phone 218. 225-0 FOR new 5 room house in North Ward for less than cogt -of house. Two lots. Small cash pay- ment. Balance on time. W. H. John son, Room 5, Bryan Block. ,225-0 FOR SALE CHEAP-A new seven roomed fully modern house on Coutts near new Central School. Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum her Co., Phone 225. 200-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED: TO for milch cow. aid. Apply Box W" Her- FOUND the square on Labor Day a brown- leather puree contain- ing a sum of money.. Owner can .have same by calling'" at paying for advertising. '226-0 hand bag; contain- ing a sum of money and other arti- cles Owner can have same by prov- ing property and paying for adver- tisement. Geo. Close, manager Briek Terra Cotta Co. yard. SITUATIONS WANTED LADY STENOGRAPHER-Firat class at present employed in Winnipeg but wishing West, desires position; in or around Lethbridge. Six years exper- ience, best of references. aid Office. Box E. Her- 229-3 learn bookkeeping, son's Apply Mgr. Hud- 230-6, MISCELLANEOUS SALE see our Clear White Maple and Red Birch This is the best material on the market and cannot be excelled for this purpose FOE. and lot on John St., No. 3 and. house and lot on Gill St-. Also four mares and colts, five 3 -year old steers, wagon and harness. experienced grocery- man, must., have .good references. .-Ap- ply Mgr. Hudson's Bay Go. 303-6 first class blacksmith for a shop in which' there are five blacksmiths employed. 'Must be a good horseshoer. Wages per day. Best equipped shop in Western Canada. Apply to'T. H. Scott, Pinch- Apply John Zouki. No. 3. 229-6 FOR foot awning Tn front of Sage's former stand. Practically ne-.r. R. Sage. LAND SCRIP FOE or unlocated, in quantities from 240 acres up. 'Terms cash. Correspond- ence invited. F. E. 'Moroney, 529-8th St., Edmonton, Alta. Phone 1996. 226-26 er Greek." 230-6 -young lady, single furnished room in modern house close in. Apply Box 230-0 taken in or ctone at private homes. ,Good- work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Bo'tham, Torrance Ave., beside railway track. 222-Ox TO iront bedroom, two gentlemen.! Also one back'bedroom; both are fur- situated very close in. House TO suitable for one or has' -all modern conveniences, to P. 0. Box 1383, Lethbridge. Apply 229-3 I FOR room house POTATOES FOR onjNo. 416, partly furnished, three lots. Buyer to dig and. cart away. Call at No. 420 Smith St. What offers. Apply E. Faxinch, c-o Herald. Smith St. Close in. 229-6 POSITION WANTED-Well educated lady wishes position of trust as cash- ier or managress. Good references Apply Box M. S. Herald Office. 222-0 LOST OR return of four mares branded .LM on left shoulder and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. -Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta. 209-0 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND ?OR can sell your land at. jrices that can't be beat. We can sell you good land from -up to per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much as 150 sec- iions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price imcash and the Balance in nine equal annual instal- ments'with interest at.6 per cent, on e unpaid balance. The Empire and Co., upstairs in Ott Block, F 0 Box 60. Phone 394T' 191-0 FOR section irrigated c'ul- i tivated bridge. land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- FOR second "juand- in good condition, also two sets Apply South Alberta of harness. Lumber Co. 227-6 FOR steam hay or will trade for good stock. D. baler, Apply FOR SALE OR Asmall com- fortable or rent. Courtland St. house, semi-modern for sale Apply R. H. Roberton. 1221 226-0, I "vent fire from spreading from one 1 building to another. In this city the thickness is pro- vided ;by No. as 13''inches on, first -floor and.9 on second, in two storey buildings. Our English decisions hold that where a lot is already enclosed by a. fire wall of sufficient thickness, the party -building to {that- lot, if -wooden partitions, are allo-wed, need next build am additional fire wall. FOR or five well bred One of our eminent said in unbroken mares with foals. Apply rendering a decision in this ctess 1301, Lethbridge. 228-6 cases. "It would be- folly :to require on additional fire .wall.. built, but it would be a matter of right to .re- quire (the party who receives pro- tection of the wall to pa.y a reasonable sum for that pro- tection." But, notwithstanding all the fuss, Telephone and modern con- was- i veniences. 60 acres in fall -wheat. Al- so and household furniture'.for sale. Address Box A. P. Herald Office. 226-12 TO comfortably furnished rooms; well heated. Apply after 7 p.m. to Mrs. Katie Phalen, Guineas St. west of Athletic grounds. 226-5 CITIZENS LUMBER. CO. BARONESS ROAD ONE BLOCK WEST OF WESTMINSTER the honorable city solicitor and my have agreed on what shall be done, and we will -do it. Yours truly, W. H. Johnson. FOE" suitable for barns'. To be removed at once off the premises. -A-PP'y John Brcdie.28-6 FOE kitchen table, 1'heat- ins stove and 1 chiffonier. Apply 55 Arsvle Ave. 330-0 TENT FOE 3 foot wall, complete with poles and pins, also floor. -Apply J. E. Xelsey, c-o .Herald. 230-6 CITY INSPECTION Editor Daily Herald: Dear multiplication of in- spectorships seems to be paramount in the minds of our city fathers. I doubt very, much if any one of them have ever sat in council except in this, burg or had any experience what- ever in municipal affairs. I venture to say that it is apparent with abun- dant evidence that the; offices now contemplated to be encumbered with WANTED i Poll, Tax collector for the City of Lethbridge at a 20 per cent, commis- i sion-on all taxes collected. The an- nual poll tax is for every in- habitant of 21 years an-d upwards who has resided in the City for a per- iod of 2 months or more. Apply to the under-signed immediately in writing. GEO. W. ROBINSON..; 22S-5 Secretary-Treasixrer. CONTRACTORS, all "kinds of repairs. G-ood work guaranteed. Prices right and quick work. Apply G. K. Gonst, gen. del., Lethbridge 229-6 TO spot for dairy. Large grassy pasture, shade trees, river roomed house, large.barn, Close ;to city. per month...'Would consider a lease. Apply Box 65, Lethbridge. 226-6 TO Room in pri- vate family. Apply 1210 Fisher St. 225-7; TO office suite of three rooms in 'Acadia building, St ..Apply to The C. 'B. Bowman Agency. 219-O TO furnished house .with modern conveniences. Available Sept. 12 next. Apply John D. Hig- inbotham. 219-0 FUENISHED let, modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third, house from Eoand on south side-of- Brunton St. 199-O TO Room' and washing. Young men only. per month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Holland, at head of .new bridge. 223-Ox JESTABLISHED 11854 3EAB OFFICE. MONTREAL .Reserve .and Undivided of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department Lethbrkige Branch Block, Redpath St. TO nicely furnished rooms, suitable one or two g tlemen, or married couple or ladies. No. 1243 Bompas St. east of Barracks. 23Z-Q TO rooms. Also second .hand vbaby. carriage for sale. Second house ball grounds on Riverview. 227-< TO" comfortable furn- ished room, suitable for two gentle- men. Apply 424 Smith St Close in 227-6 TO room, modern suitable '.two ladies or gentlemen Apply "Union Grocery store, opposite Barracks. 228-6 TO RENT-4-1 furnished room for gen- 55 ArgyJe Ave. 230-0 owing A. Easton 'Co. must be settled within thirty days owing to. a change in the busi- ness. -After October 1st, all outstarid ing accounts will be handed over to a. solicitor'foK collection. 228-6 BOARD AND ROOM room, .centrally modern, conveniences. E.G. c-o Ladjy. Box 222- BOARD AND one or two quiet gentlemen. Call at yellow house on Road, Hosrth Ward. 327-6 ROOM AND two. wber, quiet men, none other need -1222 Fisher St. JSCAVENGJNG TENDERS by undersigned -up September, NIGHT SOIL SCAVENGING. Tenderers to a fixed sum for the cleaning..-of-the whole city; or at a rate per month, tenderers teams and wagons. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 228-5. Secretary-TreasuTer. DRAY orders lor araying of all kinds promptly attended to. John Cantin, Hill JBlock. 212-26 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la Hie sole head or a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-section. of available Dominion land in Mani- coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Snb- Agency for the district. EotT7 by proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years.- A homesteader maj live within nine milea of nis home stead on a farm of" at least 80 acrei solely owned and occupied, by him ot by his father, mother, son, daughter. brother or slater. In certain a in good stantpng may pre-empt quarter-section: alongside hit home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside sir. months in eacn uf yean from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres A homesteader who hat exhausted homestead rigHt and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pui chased homestead in certain districts Price per reside six months, in' each ol three years, cultivate fifty acres and ered a house worth tSOOiOO. W.W.OOBT. Deputy Minister of tap -T publi I i thi" advertiseirsnt will nnt lot. ;