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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 10, .1.912. HIE LETHBKIDGE DAILY I'ffiRALD 15 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Ladies' Walking Skirts For Pill I and present wear. All classes ot cloth. Prices to suit nil customein. CHILDREN'S ROMPERS in hluo nnd wlilto fancy calicos, per pair TURKEY COTTON TOWELING In tan, with red and white limey Btripe. pi'r yurd ................15c. Throe, yards for and unbloiiclied, In throe widths, M, 7-. and SI inches vvldu, prices per ym-d 36c, 45c, and 50c TABLE LINEN, in fancy red and while designs, 72 inches wide, per ynrd 6pc. FLANELETTES, il colois, per yard newest patterns, also plain 16c. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasolin e, Lights and Supplies Come in and (lest the new light. We can insUll a complete system in ycnir home or business place. An excellent light for churches. _. Our Study Lamp is a qiiick seller.' WORTH LOOKING.INTO prices on high grade building lumber. When you see the quality and get bur estimate for your lumber supply you will find that it defies competition. Our lumber is thoroughly sea- aoned and is cut from the choic- est the forests yield and we can supply you with everything for both outside and interior work from cellar to roof at prices hard to beat. EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS eind 7, IN.THE SECURITY BUILDINO From this office all our.business south of Lothbridge is transacted ind. our Mr. Tail-has authority to act for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR.J.S.WRAY (TOR, '09) N D _ Dffice, West ot Raymond Opera' House 1st Street BUSINESS CARDS Phone W. Open Day a-Jd .Night DR. KIELLOR 'Office 1st St. West and St. South Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST patients .must make apr pointmonts by mail or 'phone, Office' Hours: Mornings fl-r-12. Afternoon! I; PHONE 69 Raymond Alberta ,The Jail has-boon Avirod this week lights. One light Is bciii'g placed outside and another Just. Inside thc'door. The switch will to placqd In a convenient place so that it can be easily turned on. J WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb. Ins, Steam Fitting, 'Steam Heatinsj. Wi; do all the big Jobi couth of Lctli- bridge. Write us for estimates. Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Afternoon Service; 2 p.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bishop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Kev. Herbert W. Toomba, Pastor, Raymond, Alta, Services Raymond 11 a.m. Stirling 3 p. m. New Dayton, 7.30 p.m. irvhoriv Invltarf. Raymond .x District Raymond begin to luuvesi Fall .nul iSpjuug Wheat in the-' first week in Augubt I Watch for the Raymond Display n( tlir Diy Fanning, Con- gress. The ISruidol SPjiadt will till 3011 moic about the dis- trict. j Write to W. McD. TAIT, Secretary OLD TIMER DEAD-EXHIBIT At tETHBRlDGE--RAYMOND LOCALS .Haymcmd, AUK. will foe well represented In the poultry de- partment at Lethbridge fair. W. C. Stone, II. A. Jones and A. W. Kirk- Imin ju'o all exhibiting in several classes, Mr. Kirkham 'will allow hens MH! cocks in the Cornish Indian game class. Other Rnymontlitos arc also allowing- -fowl and exhibits in other lines will also be taken from this town. W. C. Stone is showing apples from his 'half dozen trees which arc it tiie. present time loaded to th; ground. ,T. P. Holt bad Intended ex- iiibltihg Chester-white hogs, but he finds po class for this breed in the make up of the Leth'nridge prize list. Mr. Holt will, however, show his hogs it Raymond and Magrath. Stake Primary Officers Entertained The primary officers of. the Taylor stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints entertained the officers of the local wards on Tuesday night of this week in the first ward meeting house. A splendid prog-ram was rendered to which Mrs. L. D. ting contributed a piano solo ami Miss Dorothy Young sang Schubert's Serenade with an encore. Thlrtee ittle girls from Magrath gave th ioldiers game under the direction rlrs. Alston. This proved to be U; eaturo of the evening, and was lom y applauded by the spectators. Mr 'omlason and Miss Foster, delegate p the primary convention, taught th idult portion of the gathering sbm new- dances, while Miss in tructed tho children. .At the clos f the entertainment a dainty lunc vas served. Mrs. H. S. Allen was I he chair and announced, the differen lumbers. s J" pittsburg BankeV .Visits' Rayrnon.d. cashier tli First National Bank (sited yesterday in con any with his..brother, C, T. Jenkiiu r Dayton. Speaking-with th 'eraId Mr. Dennison said he wa uglily Pleased with Southern Alberta 'he country has more than measure p.to his expectations, and he regard t as.a country of vast possibilities Ir. ,D-ennison has 'been through th :ew-Dayton districts nd has taken an exception to th lethod of fanning so prevalent thi ear in the great area, whic" as been sown on discing. He at ises.the working of less ground an; aldng care of it more peaking of the bankJng' sjstem in country -Mr. Dennison believed that Canada on tho whole has a bettei the. Tht visitor that would shortly, be of the whole'.system toy whiph'a system som. thing similar to. th'at in', tli is countrj will bo. adopted. Mr. Denni on wil spend some tlnie in be, fore returning, tp his home stite am states that he will return with a very much better, opinion, of Canada and Southern Alberta than when he cime Knight Home Undergoes Extensive, Improvements The home of Ray Knight has bqen under the, hands of painters, paper- hangers and decorators during the past-few weeks, and has undergone a change 'which has made It the most expensively finished house in South- ern Alberta. .T., E. Simmons, of L.eth- brirtgt, has-had the contract, ami'the work will amount to something in the neighborhood ot ?1000. From two to four men have been steadily engag- ed, and no time lias lost in rush- ing the work to -completion. The wood work of the .bed rooms has been finish: ed in white enamel, .and the walls lave been covered with imported sai' as. The halls have been newly paint- ed and the parlor and library finished with special decorations made up in Chicago. On the dining room and ireakfast room imported paper from Germany has been used, and the dtchen has been" thoroughly painted and finished. Mr. .Simmons, who has the contract, informed the Herald that he house is unltiue in the entire par- ion of Southern, Alberta in that thq naterials used1 arc imported and fire .he very.newest that the decorator's irt bas been able to perfect. 'Next, week tho Hoois nrfe to to' when completed Ml uii doubtediy finest home In the south couitiy Pioneer Resident Buried Today Ona of the jiloneei of Raymond Mis R L IJiomt bon was buried this Ttfeinoon'ln the lUvmoncl cemetery Mrs 2 hOnpsmj nntdetf -nsflie V.RS K bopn in and spent her girlhood days there. 'Forty-six years ago she at .Pleasant- Grove Ltah and blncp xhat time bis luedj In Utah. Idaho .Alta. Mrs. Thompson -has .been, ailing .some' years.- Eight; years ago -she] fell down a; stair" injuring her hip and 'limb. Iii January, of this yeai she fell in her home at Kav mond and- since has been scarcely able to .help herself, and sho ri'ra-dually de'clrhed until at. Thursday night 'at1' 6 o'clock aHe fell asleep in death flic; deceased ladj sixty of apt Sfhe came to Cau ada .with, her husband, ten years ago, During 'her life time here she lived quietly on oi' 'her not too ro- bust "but Doming; she had been piesiderit 6f the Relief Societies- of the. Church' of Je- sus .Chirst 'Of Latter. Dayf Saints at Freeraont: Besides -her hus band, who' has -for" many years been a coal dealer at there sur- cue son H Thompson at Brooks on tho irrigation contract Mrs.; Z. JAts.1 Bacon, both of Thompson ai rived Jionie on. Thursday morning and 'mother's fun- eral, will return to' bis -work .in Brooks- .-place -at. 12 .o'clock toda> Owing to the conference being seV'vlc'eowas' lield-. iniifohe opera.house and. was attended by a large crowd considering the busy Reason and tho the conference is.today in :-.Bishop of the_ first presided OJid Conducted the sei vice. The pall- beargrs Don, Skousonj: Roy ton Asael Palmer D G Qelman Selman and School Board 'Koldai'fleguMar Meeting .Raymond board ofce'du cation met on Wednesday night fornthe transaction. ofbu'siness. Chairman -T. present and ivith him J-.' G. Allred, B. Nalder and-Geo; A- Stark was the onl> uosentee The prmclpa-l business to be consideied was matter of deciding the -date on "which' tho; schools should ;be open-. ed A ritmor has that school was not to open till September let; ;iTheAboard decidsd that in-orrter to contravene the time limit b> awj, school should1 require; to be open- ed on the1 2Gtlr of August ind the secret irj ins ructions to notify the teicheis to (be on hand on that date. The teachers' room ab the -school las- never -been prpperly and the building In- stru'c'tetf :.with iiitable .Garnet, ables and a mirror will be. installed. M f King isked for lea; e of ah the 1st to i the Ttb. of Sep- tho request-was-referred 6 a cbmmitteo composed, of Messrs. illred and be able to. make room for 100 riiore if ricceseity presses. Jos Leni ir mond's noted rider and ibroncho twister, left for -Ueth- bddgc where be will join AV. A. Day in-a search for horses, to .be used at .the Stampede in Calgary this, sum- mer. 'Mr. Lemar will, be with tiie mauageraeht of .this celebration wlvan the affair conies off, when he will take part in the 'proceedings 'wfiich' are to be pulled off before the'grandstand at tho .'exhibition grounds.' It'is antici- pated that a considerable: crowd will visit Calga'ry to. see Mr. .Lemar ride. Weed Inspector informed Herald yesterday that his department was still fighting weeds. The Canad- ian and Russian thistle he states are now giving most trouble, Mustard is also apuciilng afeain and fields that were months'ago are weedy again, and it will foe necessary for Mr. Alired to again COVOB the entire district. Pigweed is also becoming prevalent throughout the district and Mr. Allred believes that next season it will be in tbe lisfdC noxious weeds requiring by law be destroyed. J. Lackentiaiier Is in town installing a now weigh scale for the Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Heretofoffj it was not possible to weigh grain in; tiie wagons as'is'usually done, at ele- vators. Jas. Rode-back returned this weeli after a journey to the homestead coun- try east of Warner and Milk Hiver. WE HAVE JUST LISTED SNAPS IN THE v CAKDSTON DISTBICT RANCH AND FARM LANDS AT SACRIFICFl PRICES Jlixed farming Is the only sure'woliunl anil ,vou will adopt It. Lot us talk tills yiattof can suit you. ir there is anything In t.lie Hcni Kstnto line you want we can> supply 'If atnhe right' price. We hiivo io loan on-imprcae 1 farms. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMl'ANY, MMITED 1 H." B.UOD, MANAGER Raymond; Phone 5. Room 12, Hull Block, Phone 768 OWn-Naliler Co. Ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 PC1' cent.' Ginghams and Calicos. Red need 25 Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 PC1> cent.' Otber bargains too numerous mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Real Estate is the basis of all wealth For Sale I TWO GOOD PIECES AT MILK'RIVER- South linlf section 9 miles east mile, from G.' N. R: survey; cheap for cash, or sootl terms. East half 2 1-2 miles from Milk River; coal mine In: operation. 'Will sell with or without'mining right. terms. W. McD Tait BAYMOND ALBEBTA Stirling Realty Co. M. L. MILLER, MANAGER Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town Greatest snap over offered in, Alberta; 1-2 section liind, three miles from elevator, one' hundred and twenty-five acres in twenty acres oats; house, barn and well with good water. All fenced. per Half cash, balance easy. R. A. DAVIS High Clan Confectionery, 'ICE CREAM AND FRUITS CIGARS AND TOBACCOS PERFUMES AND TOILET SUPPLIES v PHONE 28 STIRLING, ALBERTA. j NEW DAYTON A SNAP FOR SOMEBODY to sow into wheat, this for 10 days for 126.00 :rop paymenta{ no crop, no Ldthliriclge-Weybiirn lino, 135 acres rca fenced, small hoimu on land. I will .soil per1 acre, ?5.00 per acre enali, balance o Interest i! percent... Write for more particulars, it will pay you. The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. ;