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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, August THE DAILY TTHRALT) Yardi at: Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Irvine Maple Creek Milk River Cardston roneer Mann Lethbridge Yard 418 5th St S. General Office 418 5th St. S. North Lethbridge Yard 245 13th St. N. Best Grades Low Prices Complete Stocks Yards at: North Lethbridge Barons Carmangay Granum Claresholm Nanton High River mm mTUEM ITHMIIJH LTD. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO. BRISTOL, ENGLAND Route to London on Ton Floating Palacos. Next Sailings from Montreal: ROYAL EDWARD SEPT. S GEORGE SISPT. 20 ROYAL EDWARD OCT. 4 ROYAL GEOFtalO OCT. 18 KOYAL EDWARD NOV. ROYAL GEOHGB-.....NOV. 15 of Passage: 1ST CLASS 592.50 UPWARDS '2ND CLASS UPWARDS 3RD or L'don {31.25 FurtheV' information from S. B. filiiehcll, Agent U.P.Ry; City Ticket Agt., G.' N. Ry., or write to TT GENERAL A. DA.) 10, AGENT, WINNIPEG Conventions at Raymond Raymond, Aug. conten- tions were hold in Raymond hogin- nlm; on Saturday, last and termiaal- ing Sunday night. Among the dis- tinguished visitors were Miss Mow- arth. pi the Stale-Board of Utah and Aunt Card, offCarriston, both of whom at the Primary Conven- tion-.-Mrs. Lovcsy, of Salt Lake City, was delegate to the Young Ladies' notlce of1 sale. were heavy winners in their.class at Leth- bridge Fair this year. In'Shires they got firsts for yearlirig'slallion, ihrcc- ycar-old1 filly, two-year-old year.' old lilly. And in onds'for hiood miirs -vvitii" foal, ami NEW S.'S. LAURENTIC NEW S. S. MEGANTIC I Tons Accommodation for All Classes. R.ty.S. TEUTONIC, R.M.S. CANADA, One-class (called second best on. -the ship at moderate rates. :Third class In com fortablo rooms. r 2G, Sept. 23, Oct. 21: 2, Sept. "30, Oct.. 28. 9, Oct. 7, November 4. Lauren 16, Oct. 14, Nov. 11. Sailings from .Boston, New York .ami Philadelphia to -Queension, Liverpool. Plymouth, Cherbourg South- ampton, London, Dover and Antwerp, American Atlantic Transport ;Uine; Leyland Line. Red Star Line arid White Star Line. W. M. McLEOD .Canadian Western Passenger Agent, 333 Main Street. S.E. Corner: Portage Ave.. WINNIPEG, MAN. 1 Nathan'0.'Robinson has'just come ___B up from GUI Mexico and after looliiiig I Mutual Improvement Association and around tht south countri decided that spoke on what the M.'-I. A. stands j'Rayrrron'd was the place to locate and for. .las. B. Riric, of Magrath, p.em- he has m an farm her of the High Council of the Tay- lor' Stake, was also prcscrft and at- j tended the .convention of tlie Y Men's Mutual Irrprovement Associa- tion, along.with. Hebet, E. Smith, of Salt Lake City, member of the gen- eral' board of that icily. The young men held -their nlance and uniformity may prevail I Gordon arid Stark rcccived'two.oar- to the end. (loads of lumber last week.. .A "part A--, meeting of .the Council of the of-this went into the building of four- Roard of Trade is called for luncheon teen new granaries for tlie ndlirn- Oflicers. and Efficient Y. I. A. Work." In ...the y. M., M. I. A. the discus- sion in the morning was on "The Keys and Power of, the Gospel." In the afternoon Mrs. Snow and Mrs. Merkley gave papers on "The Living Faith." number rif delegates were present from all points in the Taylor Stake. Great interest is being manifested in (he work of the Raymond Choral Society'. Practices are being held Monday, Wednesday and --Friday of each week -and .a well balanced choir of over 50 voices arc turning out to practices. Conductor Tolstrup re- ports good work being done, and thinks there will be no difficulty in Raymond keeping her place at; the top in choral work for the Southern Alhcrta district. Glees and quar- tettes are being arranged and these, ivif.h the soloists, will go to -Cards- ton and Magrath for competition. It has been finally 'decided, that Ray- nond shall not take part in i-Iie chor- ,is at Cardston. Tlic wort in hand now is that for Magrath- and Ray- rmnd. It is earnestly desired by the conductor and officers of the Choral Society that all those taking part he )resent ;ft every practise .so that .it the Hotel Raymond on .Saturday, Sept.- 3 at I p.m. It will he remem- bered tllaf-tlic Hoard of trade show- ed signs.-of decay, but President Oil- sljull. Farming Coi on tbcir Co-Op. farm. A part was used in Iho Skou- son liarn.s. and tlic remainder went into tlic stock at tlic yards of the lies has been breathing into the or- firm. Mr. Gordon reports the }um.bcr ganization r.nd keeping it alive, nay-1 business brisk. mond is a town of morc lhan Under .the reciprocity arrangement people; we boast of the best fruit come into Canada free oi and most progressive merchants I duly. This is a boon which the south of Lethbridge; we have an in- fruit dealers anil consumers of this dustry second to none in the ince our products of farm a den described first place at I.ethbridgc vole to tax himself on such a ncccs- j Fair, and yet we have a dying; Board Icily. Mirk your ballot for the Trade. Men oi Raymond, wake up! procily candidate. Oeo. 11. liudd, manager of the Sc- A Board of Trade is the soul'of anv town To it the town and district jciirily Investment Co., went, to 3'ab- loohs for boost anct advertisement.. It er this morning, partly on company! must; carry the town's message to the i business, but mainly, to sec his sister woriil ami without it how will tlie Mrs. H. Davis, who leaves for interested public know where and Utah Friday or Saturday of this what we are? 'Raymond has had an i week. Mrs. Dnvls has been vjsiting fnvuble reputation In the past. Don't j her brother in Raymond and her sis- let at It. I tcr in Taber. Mrs. Hilner, who has hern visiting li. II. Mitner and N. Y. Taylor, loaves lor her borne in Hi ah this UTeK-rml. I. A. (irecn, o( Havre, Mont.; fa- nrimhal! offering for sale Ihcir ranch fii miles from Raymond. It comprises acres in 700 ot which are under cultivation. This vear the owners have acres of grain from which they expect to reap Inn- of Mrs. K. A. fiillies, .spent.Sun- bushels. There is on- the day in a guest of Mr., (.rillic.s. ranch now a bunch of pure-bled Shire Mrs. (fillies is slili visiting at. her niares, as well as SO head of yearling jfalher's home in Hie border stale, but j and two-year-old grade heavy draft j is expected home shortly. In her nh- colis. This will all be sold proviitins i sence H'P bouse is thor- Ihe land is disposed of, and horse- ough renovation and men should be on-the lookout lor I heinj THE INSTRUMENT TERRIBLE STORM DOWN IN GEORGIA Atlanta, Ga., Aug. com- munication twllh Summervillo was in- terrupted this morning and it was im- possible to get more tidings from the storm. Telegraphic and telephone com panics are endeavoring to repair the damage so that details of the storm jinti further information regarding the casualties may be .procured from RAYMOND HAS KICK ON AWARD Cannot Understand Why They Did Not Gel trict Prize Raymond, !Aug: 20, Considerable Charleston. Latest'-1 reports from dissatisfaction has been expressed on Charleston were that the fury of the gale had been spent: A story of the intense suffering's "of the part of Raymond visitors to Lethbridge Fair, in to-the TUG, MARTIN SANK IN LAKE HURON WATERS Midland, Aug. Jenn, of the wrecked iwrgc, Albatross, las "reached town. In conversation vith: a-1 reporter, he stated'that the had disappeared half an lour, before he and his party aban- doned tu? "arge lie claims-to'.have seen the tug sn.' ne mid heard the screaming and shouting of those on they disappeared hut in view condition of his own lioat, he was powerless to render any assistance. 73 persons who were marooned on the'awarding of the cup and Island of Palps, was told bybne White school district. Speaking fcording to who arrived who wit1' Harris and Pre- from Charleston today no lives were isident Gillies, of it he Board of lost although much property was dc- had charge of the Raymond exhibit, stroyed on the island. mQm ;Lethbridge visitor kicked about the decision. One man said that Raymond could'" have RUSSJAN MILITARY AVIATOR KILLED St. Petersburg, Aug. Zolqtiiehin, Prussian military aviator, Cell with an aeroplane while making a flight here today and was killed. ....THE N1COLET Beaucanor, Quc., Aug. Gus- tave'Tui'coKe, ex-AI.P. for Nicolet, was agalii renominated by the Liberals to contest Uie-fliatript. for the convention this Hon. Rodolphb Lem- ieux, Hon. and others .peaking. rttW MONTREAL PASTOR ARRIVES Montreal, .Aug. Hev. It. aniceTaylor, who has been appointed to succeed the Rev. James Barclay, D. u., arf 'pastor of St. Paul's Presbyter- an Church, arrived hi Montreal last ngm on board the Allan liner, Grdni- uan, accompanied by'Mrs. Taylor ami iimiiy. "When .the Grampian arrived i St..Paul's Church el- ers and officers, together with Rev. Torcssor Welsh, representing the ministerial Association, down to me boat -and afforded a warm wel- come to Kev. Mr. Taylor, Mrs. Taylor nnu tier five children. SAVED FROM DEATH BY 'LONG JUMP .Quebec, J. P. Datiteuil broker, was asphyxiated by smoke in an curly morning; :it. hla 'Mrs. Danteiiil and a were" s-eriously injured ijy jumping from a third storey window. The property -damage was not great: thrown n all I the that were not up to the -mark then have won Another No Reason for Doubt A Statement of FacU Baektd by Strong guarantee complete relief to tfl from constipation. la ;ase where