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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Some Fine 'Plusic-The Awards --News From the Sugar Town , Raymond; Fab: 26.-r-The Presbyter-Jan Blbl^^laBSififiMagrtith, known as . the I- It. e,;v,yjj5|ted)Il4ymond this we�lc alnd haa'"* wry enjoyable time aiqione tfielis iriisi^de ia the Sugar town TdmatON rfoufr-wai ftervM by the Ray-, ' inondlt^ft aBrjbTMflWent. The Gardr' ' erierrfat^Hedlitfin^ but lost their,way ' ft�d::'l�n(iied,. .iiio�tt*T[yhere hear ) the ' Bjornet^^'ratioli South of town before , they reaUzed:! they, had turned � ^the wronfe.way,. We :are Informed 'that they'landed'in Magratto some time earlyln the ttbrttiiig. These diagonal BtreetB do'corffgpe on^ at'night,: es- peoldlly lt,'.tH�i>�i>j|Bntlon is d-rawn to noma mQrep:';JnWpi?tajit topics than, the muddy. ro^dV .ftaefgarden City people wJU nentflFtialiiV!tHe'''Haymond society FHdiy o>f this week'.and we 'would ad-viise-the sug|y li'dft people to take a go^ lookjaXthi^Spja as they go over BO the# �wtjlH'di.'f^^^ ontho Molntyre ranch avihsja^ti^tai-tVf. iThurBdayvdsrsO'lipdulea aa tho night Cor the I. O^. 'o, 5", dance and social nunibe'T twb,,and they jyre looking forward to a/good time. , ' , , The Taylor., itait* M. I. A. held a ftiuBlcal oonteBt'^ln''the first ward as somblyf.hallow Tuesday night, the ; prosJram ^*ll4g: of an exceptionally hlgfb .qPagirii,i5:iia.ioUowlng were the wliiners ^df'^e: coiteats: 'MlxeH .'quai*Bt||-^l, Raymond first ward;- 2/ seopird ward. COntjraUoi-iSbib-1, Mrs. Arthirp Nit eaon;-Haymbfa'j'fifst ward; 2, Elva He4p, Jraferati; t.'.' , Reoltartl^ttrriv'JeBse Redd, Raymond , first wkr'd;-a};Leviiun Patteraon, Ingi-'.- " / - . - l^iano solo-:1,. Afton Jensen, .Ma-; erratlf;" V-Daisy fcrlckaon,, Raymond sedotid'Vard.ii ' -" x .feriqir atfd-'alto duet-1, Wesley Mc-MuniK ' ajid'" fifebijldn Skouson; :Bay-; '"'Raymond.flrst'ward; 2, Lioulse .CJftrk.i ' stiriingi-- rvra'l6ttiufttWft6"f=l, Raymond'seconds ward;.the ojiiy','cohiteatantB; OhQru8--il,^B�y5apnd first wardi. W.' C.'Stone;,mMbj(l^%eoto^^^ B.Mafpatfc, ! i ward, O.. Br^g[^"/:buBlintostB%uoo8ss8nk conteatas! iheIdivln'4lhfei^o3fii/countryW'-j,.;v' '�>.'� r.';,� V-. vThp',WutABl>ifrm|fovemOTt. speople. !f?S::;f; �tre^;l6;*W'*^.lnter^8(gn^^h|.,�tMetlQB.thia.Buaimoii :. '^,^. , T(R w.lwm?i&^^ ;.^^'i {.i;ua)f>:2,6i�A^j|i$, at.tjjo.hour of'tern! , o'clock."pm^l^xa^stood -hitched'.tosia^i; chain ;,tle*^pftra^tsa''ia ttoni of .th* ^ -^6'eourIty''|U�^i,oneiwMtc borae, ooy-s " � ' 'ia}i4jf^tTpm'^^iilo6r of some- dlnlngi room} iprtfently' "awftltinff *lhe jr,etu^|p; the sald\)wner8. onloyed the WJ^tmth of some amiisemeiit hall.; - ^her,^ has been prosecution follow such methods �where humane socletlee existan^ they should not be tolerated .iu'iiirB'locally- ,-" The weather I'emlsins'/liie, ndtwlth-standing th� cold, ahd'/everyibddy seems to think It l8'.jufit.xiBlit-.*op this season of the year,:. We;,hope- It will be just right the entire year, add, that the farmers will reap a?'bumper; crop to offset the arguments-by. tlift; Calgary , member at.:'Ottaw4j'tWho continues his attacks/U'potf the' fawner settlers from aoroBB'the-line. , A. El Carter, of :Rajfmond> iS' confined to his bed with la grippe, and Thomas Ott, tonsorlal artist,, ts on the road that leads thereto, but Is making an effort to' mlsa the trail. Since the infcroductfon of thO milch co^irs Into the district ^tlrtre has been very little butter shipped^ Into tow^, which Is an evidence', 'Hlx.' I**r'mer, that if you will prepare-"to*nieftt the demand that all tfie moneythit now goes abroad for farjn:; p'rcd'ifita; will remain at home, arj^ mar^y.dollatB will come here from els^wh^r.^ in' return for the products ofyourfe^rni.^ There will be several carp'Of dairy'oOl^s arrive In the next fetyrwaelis, Which will be added to the possibllltlea' of Raymond farmers contestlri&.f'of^the butter trade of the .city, of Lethljridge' and other nearby'markets. �� Sell some. of that land, and buy some mortgage lifter?, and get rich, while. your'Wbeat; friends get 'some more .experience, >:J?ou can't depend upon any ons crop:1p',a!iy country, and the so.oner. you dftftld* this - and get busy along proper.'-llnes.thia quicker you will get out of debt, V .;� � yiffill bM^HgRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Page/ OVER $200 WE . A! HILLGRESI �ERI IT WAS TO AID FOOTBALL CLUB AND PEOPLE RE-SPONDED GENEROUSLY WSix Tip COMMONS rARRED HOME ETJLE ARE LIABLE 10 ;iRLIFE ' - of his o . injhe' ' owing:to -^lie tlon of some ti^.aBnto;"' " anJmalB.'w thorns SETTING - FIRe#''CTOM'BJJlLmNG8 "MAY COS'T, #,Hf'.'.'^eKQli18H ' ^ SUFFRAGE'TTESv^^isAiRUV 'v London,-.,Feb. .i27-.=-MUltani)i-,.';sufira-gettes'connected ,,*itftlHllet,i)acfiilng o|E buildlhga in. public t^^xksiiirfe^eUahle to.-'penaLservitudeJJd^^Slilei'^i't This was .the.^ainiiouflc�m!Bift;rti|j^ay; ,:oJ Tra-v'ersiHimij>hreys;' }pdbll?F�'^-projwcutor, in: asking ithe n'�'efetrate*at; ]K?bw-; po^ '1 Icej >courtir5to;':oq^:^Hiij,k {op Jlipki;, Miss �l^hS' two.,would jha^v^ei" .dldd^.imresB^jfaMpe^^^x^^ ,The� m^sti^tii^ the ,prbc9duie�.veasJ-as^W&8^Ert one aft released frqni^jP^g'o'fcllU^^^ omstody;,, ::Hei:4mmediateIyj?4^sfedJ a toc^fk-wJiq'; alsp][j8tart;pdfiaji>/>hunger .^trilteli wWls,wdetftinadi�/!ftWas^"{tt com- elsewhereT while, his post WlUlnglr It has been a. quea-; '^or' not- owneirs of ^pUleaSJiilth'k^plniS: ,-.,,y..,vi?W)Jtar cold- 'Bjgbts fdir'"au'oh�lbtfB."*irlodB''ot time; whilor would refrain from-afftiation: pending Tier: appearance :bt!f,oj;f>.^tfip4ury:i- . ^ br.-Iiouis 'La,B'ergei7mon^eai;s^ medical 'officer of .he'altb',^i�,i sufferingJrom a fractured hip,-OsiuB^B >yifly?&paway accident, ' .'"i .t'!f Hilloreat, Alta.. Feb. 27.-The first concert, bajsket social and dance given by the HlUcreat Football Club on Mondey evening, proved to he ^. success far beyond the anticipations of the olub'B most optimistic supporters-We believe the whole affair sets a new mark In the class of Pass entertainments, although It is almost certain that only in HlUcrest .suoh a suc-c^asrtul amatenr concert is possible. The proceedings opened at 8.30 with a short speech from Mr. J, S. Quigloy, the president otth* club, In which ho thanked tho audience foi- the manner In which they had turned out in such poor weather to give their support to their team, and hoped that at the end of the season the club's record for 1913 would compare favorably with their aohievements tlie previous year^ Tho concert was opened by Messrs. Petrie>and Bradahaw .with an overture for piano and violin. Sam Paton was then called upon and the hearty applause at the end of his song, "By the Old RJUl Stream," persuaded him to favor us with "Mary." Mrs. Grim-shaw followed him, singing "Under the Deodar" in a flrstrclnss manner, and was compelled by an appreciative audience to return to the stage, giving, In answer to calls for an encore, "Down the Vale," Will Owen was next on the pr.ogramme, his "Froggy Would a-Wooing Go," being encored again and again. A duet by Fred Wolstenholme and Mrs. Wilfrid Wolstenholme was much appreciated; the singers.receiving a prolonged ova tion. Miss Thomas, upon being call ed ,gave a monologue that enabled her to exhibit her superior talent as^ a mimic, bringing down the house at the end of her sketch. Mrs. Abe Dodd, the Hlllcrest pioneer, and favorite with all; gave us "Darby and Joan," in her own inimitable way, her songs-receiving the encores of the evenlng.Messrs. Robert Petrie and Jaa. Logan, twa braw laddies fra� the land of c brought tlje first part of the eveningSs entertainment to a close wi' a aklrl on the pipes, this being well received by a'; now jolly audience, of boost'erB. The auction of the numerous baskets; received was, the; next'item on the programme.' Mr. Quigley took the part'Of auctioneer,. and needless to say, made good at It. The judg�s of the ^ba6kets,-vfound It > a vpry dlffj^^'i Job to 'decide which were tbei'moBt.] beautiful and: the mTost origifla,riba8-1 -kets, the 'array being extremely'pr6tty, many very original decorations being noticed among the collection, -The^ priz6.=for,theimosborIginaL was award-; e'd'to Miss Kell,- her basket-represerft-ing a fpotbair field, with Hlllorestan4 Burmls' going to it In a way that reminded 'one of the memorable game played by these two teams last' aea-sou'when Hlllcrest played.their only; losing game of the season. The prize for; the most beautiful basket-.,wj^ 'awarded Joi^'Mrs. Grimsh^w, her, ,de a'l^^ imjlude all Western Canada from WlfiS niiieff}to th^ Coast,' ^z;:''.'-';';;^" *;\ The social part of thev^yei;irig^W�iit'^ off very'well Indeed. iSan^d-^chps'ifnd ;o�f ae> ha^ beenvTery.�kiBdlitfi?u^^tiW^ ,hy MTS. Petrle, ""^^ thoa'o -nlKn'^WTB' 'ibtftfOEtun^te- ket;?were,thus.-_ . refreshment before starting iaiOji-lfiiel |ihife'e^'?bou'rs''dance-itbat�fini^h0d;?d# th� evening. r.-i ' ' . ' With the amount of mone3f'>l^jha1ttd'i 'itbeyinow^bostst;'Of,'..>the>:suBl)inil4rhj;olf 'the Hillcrest Footban>lub fliavjr.eveTryS reason to believe'that''theif^club* is-at: ^the present ;tifflfl i:th^iriOl^ij?^*^!;^' ball-;club in the ?asa. We tru'St''a,5d expect tha,t at the end of 'the' 'seaaoil they will' have been- ther:moBf.aulQoe�af fuli , f ^' ' I AsqUlth receiving vigorous cheers after the government has been talnod on this measure. aus- PAINTERS WANT MORE WAGES Winnipeg, Feb: 26.-Local painters will demand a raise from 40 to 50 cents per hour from thc employers from April 1, and threaten a st-rike if it is notiglven them. J. PIERP.OINT MORGAN . tOO SICK TO WALK, WOULDN'sT BE CARRIED JN CHAIR^ London, Feb. 27.-Despatches from Cairo says that J. P. Morgan- and party have returned to Shepard's hotel having come by special train from LUXOT. Mr. Morgan is still suffering from Indigestion, .but hopes to be well enough to sail from Alexandra by the Adriatic on March 10, A story concerning Mr. Morgaffl'6 visit to Luxor le now going the rounds of Cairo. Mr. Morgan drove with.a party to view the temple .of Karn'ak, and as he was not feeling welly he wanted to drive around, but the native-official in charge declined to ajlowi him to do so. He then sent his secre. tary In search'of the government In-.r terpreter, but that official sent his regrets, and said he could not grant any such permission. Not even the;; Khedive could drive around, he said, Only the other day, he remarked, he,.; had to refuse similar permission to a; . Russian princess. "But I can't walk around, as I am unwell," protested Mr. Morgan. "Oh, hut you can be carried around,'* was the reply. "There are plenty of**: carrying chaira for mvallds, and thero< is no objection to that." Here the secretary intervened, apd said the fact was that it Mr. Morgan was carried around Karnak the news would be telegraphed to Amprloa, - It would appear In print that he was too ' ill to use his legs and there would be a great financial crlals. , Evan .tj:)a,t ; threat did not win the desired permfs; ' slon, and Mr. Morgan had to; reti^rj^' defeated. : ' '"i zrz, -, ^WE arefOH^to MOVE THINGi(^^ -our valuesare sure to doit 'lie #|s dier. ed fors^^^re new and or^^^^ pastM^ weefcs/^, ^^^^ 'Wmm-io .be::::as.represS^^%dw^^ . fefund qasfe goods not approved *' Itphooe; 0i:dip$^ takeri or pi)ds iipPb^ i)TOvaliiwsiernns: easfe.:E4^^^^^ "' No ap- ;