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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE DAILY HERALD Thursday, A ng.- 22. KB KB KB KB KB KB KV> KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B K li K B KB KB KB K B King Bros. Ltd. 'WIUSE OF QUALITY" DELAINES. In. newest Designs, for nnA FLANELETTES 'for 'sacks, etc lat- est lieureci designs, t" LINEN TABLE DAMASK, bleached mid unbleached, very exclusive designs, from.........aoc psr VLANELLETTE'. BLANKETS, in white ,and prey special value 80 inches wide, per. pair S1.76 WOOL BLANKETS in white and grey, good heavy '.weight and nunllty, per pair, LINEN CRASH TOWELLING, tor hard wear ideal for the ranch, in 18 and 2U inches We now have our now fall and winter samples ol Men's Suitings to hand. We should esteem it a great favour if our customers would come and In- spect these. We feel that we can honestly say-it is the best.range in Western Canada. King Bros., Ltd. 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 KB K. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the new light. We can install a complete system in your home or business place. An excellent light for churches." Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. _ WORTH LOOKING INTO is our prices on high grade building lumber. When you see the quality and get our estimate for your lumber supply you find that it defies competition. Our lumber is thoroughly sea- soned 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 bent. EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD: RAYMOND, ALSERTA The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING Kiu'm this office all our business south of bethbridge is transacted and'our. Mr Tait has authontj to act for Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. Office, West of Raymond Opera Housi let Street Phone 44, Open Day DR.KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South' 1 :r.ond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients musl make ap- pelnuaents by mull or 'phone..1 Office Hours: Mornings Afternoons PHONE 69 Raymond Albert.! FOR tent. 12sIS, .with wooden frame and hoard floor, for cheap. Also good spring mat- trees. Apply' to W. McD. Tail, Ray- mond, Alberta. BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb. ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. Wo do all the big jobs eoulh of Leth- bridge. Write us for Raymond Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 aum. Afternoon Service, Z p.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. 1 JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bishop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Hev. Herbert W. Toombs, Pastor, Hayinond, Alta. Services Raymond 11 a.m. Stirling 3 1'. m. .'New 7.30 p.m. Everybody invited. How Shall We Construct The Beet Palace? This question nmonjr iniiiiy others will bo discussed at the Mass Meeting Thiirsdiiy Xight of l.his week in the Alia Theatre Everybody Special Invitation to Ladles. Board ot Trade Council meets ni 7 o'clock, general mass meeting at S.30. Ring !'5 nod. (he Secretary will tell you why yon should bo present. JOE LAMAR'S DEATH MOURNED AT RAYMOND Cowboy -Killed at jiary, Belonged lo thai- Town Other News of Sugar City Raymond, Aug. The entire town of Raymond was cast in gloom on Monday morning of this week when a wire was received from Calgary to the effect that Mr. Lemar had 'been thrown from a horse in that city. and his back broken, resulting in death before he could be removed to the. hospital. No details of the accident are to hand as this budget Eoes to press, hut it will he remembered that religious controversy with regard to the communion servicn turned. Prominent Citizens Start Harness Shop The new harness shop which the Herald announced some time apo as being about to stnrt in'Raymond not for some time met the needs of the people. All eluctric UsM. deHiniucrits but one or two have paid up. -At tho "last meeting of the council the board was somewhat alarmed, believing that'll would be necessary to cut sonic off. The secretary of the southern di- vision of this baseball league has re- ceived a communication from Dr. J. H, Rivers, saying that at the meeting of the northern division held Thursday night- of last week, the busi- ness Tor the year was closed up the league disbanded. Ho advises now that the only" course open to the to be known as toe Raymond Saddlery southern division for the considcra- Co., the members of which will be J.j tion of their protest, is lo refer the W. Evans. IT. "E. Ellison and George H. i grievance to C. J. Kukstorm, trustee Organ. Mr. Organ 'is a harness maker of wide experience in the old country. R. C. Harvie Makes by Holding of the Urewry Cup trophy. John Powelson has moved his road- makiug gang to a point near the twin bridges in the vicinity of the Harris and '.Nichols farms. Considerable grad- Wool R. C Harvie, the big wool grower. of Southern Alberta, in conversation Mnig Is being .lone in this locality, and with the Raymond representative roads when Biiislied will be in first the Herald stated that It class'shape for fall hauling M had been worth while to him to hold] Geo. H. Budd. of the Secur- about two weeks ago wool for an advance in market "v Investment left Uaj- of the Srampede visited Raymond in Mr Harvie had some pounds, yesterday afternoon for Leth- for exhibition purposes in the bucking and roping contests at Calgary. Mr. Lemar has long: been known as an expert rider, and WHS engaged by W. K. Day to accompany him in search of more.horses, and also to take part, in the contests which are to be held in Calgary next month. News of the accident had In some way been de- layed owing to the place of his resi- dence not heing-deflniiely known, and it. was not till Monday morning that Dr. Keillor, Noble Grand of Raymond lodge of Oddfellows, of which Mr. Le- mar was an enquiry from officers oC the Calgary lodge as to whether Mr. Lema-r was a citizen oC Raymor.il and a member of this lodge. A wire was immediately sent to Calgary ordering the body em- balmed and shipped to Raymond. .It was found to be impossible to do this this morning, and the body will''not reach Raymond till tonight. The fun- era! arrangements .will be in charge of the 'Oddfellows, .and the service conducted on Thursday afternoon at the Church of Jesua Christ of Latter Day Saints in the second ward meet- ing house. Bishop Evans, mayor pf Raymond, will preside. It'was stated to the Herald today that the service would he held at 2 o'clock. -The lale e appointed to carry! been making periodic visits to South- adies of Raymond are ern Alberta for twenty-six years, is in invited to attend and to ;iend their assistance in the work. Distinguished Visitors Guests of Pres. Allen Bishop Nibley, accompanied by his secretary, Mr. Winters, Apostle Whit- ney arid President McMnrrln. were guests of President and Mrs. Allen on Monday of this week. Messrs. Whit- ney and Mr. McJIurriu were delegates to the Taylor stake conference held here a week ago, and Bishop Nibley and Mr. Winters were delegates to the conference at Cardston. The while party left, on Monday for Lethe-ridge, where they will he present at the Lethbridge fair. The former gentle- men then proceeded to Salt Lake City via Spokane, and the remaining delegates .will go by the Big Horn and Butte, 'Mont, where they will bfl pres- ent at church 'conferences. Bishop Nlbley is presiding Bishop of the whole .Mormon church. Raymond Shipped Wheat Last Week The first wheat lo'be hauled to Ray- mond this season was brought in by H. R. Johnston from the Iowa farm east of Raymond. Mr. Johnston be- gan threshing on Tuesday of last week, and delivered his first load on Friday to the Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. The forty-six acres which constitutes all the fall grain that his farm will produce went about twenty bushels to the acre, and Man- ager Clemis, of the mill, reports that it was a good quality of No. 2. G. H. Moreland of New Dayton did the threshing. Mr. Johnston reports to the Herald that the-spring grain will be ready about tomorrow or Fridays Raymond people are again demand- Ing water in Raymond ditches, The water has Ireen allowed to go: down since the last fain, and notwlthstand- ing that there is plenty of water in the''main irrigation ditch, yet tho town canals have become so flllisd that 'sediment has almost prevented ilrawing water to any extent Into.the town: Complaints have been made at the town office'that the service.has day morning that threshing was in progress on the Alberts. Wheat Grow- ers farm at that place. School begins on Monday of next 'week. Principal Smith reports that his staff is complete, and that every- thing is in readiness for beginning work. Miss Lninda Christiansen, who was operated on two weeks ago for ap- pendicitis, is able to be up and re- turned home eight miles south of town yesterday afternoon. STAFFOKDyiLLE Staffordville, Aug. Annie Dnndas, of Vair street, returned laat Monday from her visit to Grassy Lake. Mrs. M. Seanian and family left fnr for Passburg. Alia., to attend tho wed- ding of her daughter, Alice, who was united in marriage" to-Mr. Andy Sein- inchick, of Passbirrg. Mr. .lames Perry, sr., of Grassy Lake, is in th-e village to take in the Fair. A baby boy arrived in the home of .Mr.' and Mrs. J. Yanosick. The 16-year-old son, Jolin, of M. Gholack, who' had his arm broken, is doing nicely, although he 'will be un- able to workjor some time yet. The funeral of Mr. and Mrs. George Legersky's infant took place last Sat- urday from their home on William street, to the Catholic cemetery. LEAVES REPUBLICAN PARTY Seattle, Aug. A. Case, of Seattle, who had filed 'for the Re- publican nomination, for governor, an- that he will withdraw from the Republican party and seek nomin- ation in the Progressive primary on September Case's withdrawal leaves only two mon seeking the Re- publican nomination. Three, besi.les Case, are in the field for the Progres- sive nomination. WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CARDSTON1 MSTIUCT- ItANCH AND FARM'LANDS AT SACRIFICE PRICKS Mixed farming Is the only stirc and you will adopt it. fcet us talk this matter over, we can suit you. If there in anything in the Hex! Estate line you want we can .supply it at the right price. We have lo loan on Improve I farms. 8ECUKITY IN VESTOTNT COMPANY, LIMITED GEO. H. BUOO, MANAGER Raymond; Phone 5. Room-IS.'.Hull Block, Lethhridgc; Phone 788 BOARD OF TRADE ALTA THEATRE THURSDAY, AUGUST 22nd At 7 p.m. Executive will. meet. A'l 8.30 a- o-enenil mooting to discuss m'at- lor at Dry Fanning Congress. Stirling Realty Go. AT. L. MILLER, MANAGER Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town siuip CACI ollwed in Alboita, 1-2 section laud, iliicc miles Uom elevator, one hiuidml and .ILJLCS in .101 es o.ils, house, b.uii and1 with Auilu. All 1 cnccd. 00 poi Imhuice easy NEW DAYTON A SNAP FOR SOMEBODY! SOO acres all improved, some small buildings, fenced and Into crop- crop goes with land, and 1 will aell this for J-I2.5H per acre, terms 000 cash, balance crop payments. This excellent piece of land 'is only S miles from the city of Lethbridge. tGO acres. 2 miles from elevator and the jimctwn of the 1 ethbrldce-Weybnrn.llne. 135 acres ready to sow .Into wheat, all fenced small house on land. I will aell this Tor II) days for 126.00 per aci-o, per acre cash, balance crop paymentif. no crop, no Interest B per.cent. Write for more particulars. H will pay you. The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. ;