Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
HERALD KB KB KB KB KB KB KBKBJ- KB KB KB K B K B KB it B KIJ K B KB KB KB KB :-ki''? KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Ladies' Walking Skirts For Fall mid present woar. All classes ot cloth. I'rk'en to suit nil customers. CHILDREN'S ROMPERS ill blue anil while fomcy pair 75c. TO WELI N'G in red and white fuucy stripe, per yard................15c. Three yards for 10c. and unbleached, in throe widths, (is, 72, and 81 inches wide, -prices per vard 35c, 45c, and 50c TABLE UNEN, in fancy red and .white in'elie's per yard 60c. FI.ANELETTES, in newest' coloi-s, per yard patterns, also plain 15c. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB B KB KB It K K KI KI KB KB KB KI KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB jQV. AMOU Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Gbhie'iiv and test'th'e new. light. .We "'can install a complete system in your home or husiriess place. An, excel lent light: for churches. Oiir'Stiidy Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alia. i WORTH LOOKING INTO is -our prices on high grade building.lumber. When you see Hie quality, mid get our es-timate for your lumber supply you will find that it defies competition. Our. lumber is thoroughly .sea- soned and is cut from the choic- est tlie forests yield and wo can supply you with everything for' both' outside and interior work from cellar to roof at prices hard to heat. EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA The Raymond Office of The Herald ..HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN.THE SECURITY BUILDING From this ofiice all our business south of Lethbridge is transacted and Tait has authority to act i'or us, Herald Printing Co. Raymond District Raymond, will Infill (o Inmost Full and iSpring' in-tho first week in August. v WiUdi for tt.io Rtiymondt Display the Dry Farming. Con- gress. The IJo.ud 01 Trade VOIL more about the dis- trict, Write to W. McD. TAIT, Secretary Raymond, Aug. daiico glvci by the Young Men's 'Mutual Improve hcnt Association of Raymond seconi ward, In (he opera house on AVednes day night, was an immense success A record crowd in attendance malting moving about in the oper louse almost Impossible. The large lumber or visitors were highly plea's. eU with ihe reception accorded their and those who used the floor for the irst time are loud in their praises of Raymond Opera House. One gentle- man speaking with the Herald at the jloso of the affair, said that he th- ieved that Raymond .Jiad the best lancing floor in Canada. Music was inppHed by the Raymond orchestra, md tins augmented by other own talent. Among the visitors-pres- the HoralU noticed the following, rom JUagrath, Mr.-anil Mrs, Fred Tur- ner, Miss Hattie Dudley, Miss a-rd, Miss Chipman, Koenlg, lirie, Miss Ririe, .Mr. and Mrs. Jen- en, Bert Anderson, Lynn "Wallace, liss Robertson, Mrs. Gibbs; from Veiling, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Bitner, Fr. ami Mrs.1 Nephi Taylor, Messrs. ion Reed and Floyd Wilde, Miss Mad- Hne Bitner, Messrs. Adam and Carl Misses Louise and Leah Miss Geneva Levon otersou; from Cardston, Dave Spon-- r; from Lethbridge, Miss Hanrahan, C. J. Eckstorm, Miss McCaU, iss Marguerite Haivralian, Miss Eck- torm. Miss Hutch, and Messrs, Hog- rs, Henderson, Gillis, A. P. Torrance nd D. Ferguson. S. S. Newton, leader of the CnrdsUm horal Society, was in Raymond pnr 'eclnesday to confer with the.h.pard f trade and the Agricultural Society Anderson has a plum tree with 1G dreen Gage plums about the size of a'pigeon's, egg on it. AVhy, pretty soon we wIH'.liear of Haympndltes raising J. Jocal weed inspector, Informed the Herald today that sev- eral farmers Md been sued for-per- mitting noxious' weeds' to grow on their property. These farmers aro scattered from Raymond to, Stirling and from Stirling to Lothb-riiige., The minimum .fine is costs and the maximum .If the parties serv- ed to destroy the weeds within six days another notice 'nifty be serv- ed and another fine imposed, and this may go on until are des- troyc'd.. The secretary of the Rayinoni board of, trade received this 'wee' from E, E. Cloan, secretar of the beard here, a" cheque which re presented.an-account standing to th credit of the board In the Bank o Montreal for three years. The fact o a board having funds to it. credit for "so longva-ilfne is an inci dent worthy of public" notice. .Thursday of ..nejct week stak in the .pipe line1 fresh and also of-keeping.a good stoclr purposes. sT-li'e trough-will stand .w-tiere the old stapd, pipe :now; stands and'wiii either of the C. P. R. -found it'necessary, to Mosquitoes have been exceptionally this week. The gang -men working on .the reservoir for tho department of natural resources a drain to carry away the surface water, or a cesspool cr trench fillet with cinders into which lho--Syatei will be carried. The road beyond the mill of the El- lison -Milling and Elevator Co. is in very bad shape.' This road is within the to'wii limits and tho government are not responsible for Its mainten- ance. It is athiost impossible drive straight, north from the mill ovi> ing' to the .water being, deposited iii pools-and making the ground so'soft 'be almost impossible to get through; This .road, is on fbh'majii thoroughfare to Lethbridgp and will part of the trunk line which Hip government are to build from Letll- brulg-e lo Cardston.' It. will be a de1- cided advantage to'iliose.llviii'g direct: ly north of town if done to, improve .Iho cqnditiourof thfs piece. Mr. Charles Selman has 120 to- mato plants i" his garden all of which are loaded with tomatoes eonip of which measure 6 inches in 'erence. TJicre are several, other gar- lens, in town that have a great num- ber of tomatoes and they expect lave a large crop this year. Mr, Chas. burn smudges during .the day in order to.keep the pests off.. Speaking on Thursday with a. trav- elling representative of .International machinery, the Herald learned that the company were expecting to sell 200 Deering and McCormick binders aquth of Lethbritlgo this year, and the informant remarked that this would be a larger number than that of last year. Milk f liver, Oardston and War- ner will distribute binders and in the order named. The regular annual conference of the Taylor stake will be held at -Ray- mond' on -Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 10th and llth in the first ward meet- ing house. At. Raymond H; S, Allen will preside, and delegates will 'be present from Salt Lake City. A fur- ther announcement will bo given in the Wednesday columns of 'the Her- ald. Hugo Wefssc this week from las. Shields seven head of. mares and colis and two sels of harness. Mr. IBSG Is making a business of hand- ling horses, and has been very suc- cessful in the deals which he has re- cently made. Jas. D. Costley from Mammoth was n town on Wednesday and informed tho Herald that L. L. Anderson was cutting fail grain and.also Rosser Bro- thers, bo Mi in tho Mammoth district. Mr. Costley thought that by the be- ginning of next week cutting will foe general throughout Uie entire dis- trict. The social held ,ou the Jawn 'd-f Mrs. John Kenny on .Wednesday night was a huge People continue-d to come from half six o'clock in the evening until, half past ten, and the sum of ?47 was realized. The affair was a-relief In. aid .of two of Ray- mond's needy.. families into which sickness has and this sum of money will h-e apportioned between them. i C. W. Card ,.Tr. jnade a trip this week to Webber post ofllce, fifty miles east of New .Dayton with Earl Con- ner, a horse went out to look at a bunch, of horses belonging to Ed. Hodges of Magrath. There are about seventy-five, in .the bunch, -but Mr. Conner deemed the high and did.not buy.. The regular summer excursion from Utah left Salt Lake City on Thursday afternoon, and is expected to arrive In Raymond tonight. Reports say that the train is carrying more people this year than-Raymond 'will comfortably be take care of. Foreman C. D. Romerll is to start a gang of men on. Monday to destroy the weeds at the irrigation canal. This is the second time this year that this work has been done, and the company is determined that noxious weeds shalljtnot. spread In Southern Alberta from their property. The company have the care of 75 feet on 'both sides of the canal. R. D. VfHlianisi Raymond's crack ihird baseman, was at "Magrath1 yes- terday, umpiring the baseball game be tween the city and the Gar-den City. Mrs. J.-F. Anderson.entertained the first ward teachers last Friday night at their riionthly meeting. At, the conclusion of the business of the" evening ice cream and cake was serv- ed. O'Brien-Nalder Co. Ltd. General Merchants Dross Goods Eeduced 30 Ginghams and Calicos Eeduced -25pe Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 cent. i- to remain.permanent- ly.- Anderson- and Stimfeon, threshers from Baniwell, were in Raymond on Thursday on their 'way home- from Cardston where they inade arrange- ments to pull in their threshing out- fit for work tHls.fall. Turner and Speidel bought on Wed- nesday of this week five hogs from II. Homes, north west.''of town, which weighed from 175.lo 190 pounds each. These hogs will jbe taken to Leth- bridge for on Friday, Snaps in Real Estate This stuff must bo sold cjuickly. Have-a few good, close-in lots in Stirling TWnsilc, cheap. ATo encumborauce. Torjjens Title. 80 acres improved laud, 5 miles from Stirling, I miles from Raymond, 2 miles from Knight Sugar Factors', offers splendid op- portunity for beet raising.. Price 538.00. Easy terms W.McDTait Offices at Sfciriiiig; ami Kaymond, Alta. Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, tirling, Alta. The Junction Town r Greatest snap ever offered in Alberta; 1-2, section land, three miles from elevator, one, hundred and tAventj'-fire acres in wheat; twenty acres oats; house, barn .and well with' good water. All fenced. per Half cash, balance easy. R. A. DAVIS High Class Confectionery, ICE CREAM AND FRUJTS CIGARS AND .TOBACCOS PERFUMES AND TOILET SUPPLIES j PHONE an STIRLING, ALBERTA. WE HAVE; JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CAKDSTOX DISTRICT Raymond; Phone 5, SECURITY INVKSTAIFNT COMPANY, LIMITED QEO. H. BUDD, MANAOER v- '2. Hull Rhone NEW DAYTON A Bargain Sale 1GO acres, C 1-2 miles from town, SO acres under cultivation, small house, barn for six head of stock, good well, ill fenced, 50 acres crop'goes with thlG farm. Price per acre, terms cash, balance 4 yearly payments. 640 acres, 3 1-2 miles from town, 2.30 acres crop, all fenced, everj- thing goes for }3! per ncro. Terms per acre cash, balance per acre yearly. The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta.