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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY "Sugar Town." r. and'Mrs, S. Young -returned last Week from Salt Lake, they have 'been visiting 'for the past month. Mr Young went in Ibe iuterests of the Young" Men's Mutual Improvement .Association, attending the big conven- tlon.which was'.held in Salt Lake. He reports a very enjojable and bene- ficial trip. Raymond is now without a harness maker since O. C. Wixom moved north.- There should be a good busi- ness in this town tor a harness mak- er. Raymond's race track Mas the sub ject of much fai enable comment on Monday afternoon as> the visitors to thejurk viewed the ball game T W Haras, supervisor of public ttoiks, has had the work in hand and has made a n excellent -job of it The track has been cut down from one mllo In to half a mile, arfd has been thoroughly uacKed-with a steam engine Graders, scrapers, and land pac'ters also been brought into requt sitlon The opinion of. horsemen wh6 been round the track is that Ray mond has fne'best track outside of the cities. has be'i for the most part donation worlc on the part of those interested in Raymond ChJrles Kennsoy is credited with the most time ot labor -and phersv on th.s work 'the following men mide Valuable donations'" Mark H Bum hall, Chris Tollshup, liros, Edgar Nllson, Raymond Knight ot the Knighl Sugar Co, Limited and Hie work of the town also do nated by tne public worka'tiepaiiment Mr. Beazly, who had-been a member of the public school" staff at Magrath for the past three jtaoiiths, has made application to the 'Raymond school board tor a position in the local'school. His application at a of the-school board tonight. Mr.-Beazly is a splendid teacher and SB of high standing In the communits in which he has resided He is also a leader in> athletics, being in the at Magrath which recently competed on the Mutual Improvement Association track i meet heie, and is second pitcher in tjxe ilagrath baseball team "Ml and Mrs fos Harker of Card- ston arp in loun -with Mi and JIrs Warner's parents, Mr and Mrs Wall Bishop Fawnea of Stirling was 4 fisitor in town last Satmdoy, .utend jng the Slake Priesthood meeting, which Has held in. the 4cadem> build- ing, Wm. Lietchfield and Itobt Ibos of Tnber were both visitors to Raymond this week and lepoit that the present iin has been general the entire 'tuber iistrict Raymond Is foitunate in having a man in tile community nho, when emergencies aiiae, is able to take the printer's tjpe in his flngeis and set H together fdr bill put poses. On Mon- day last it suddenh learned that Warnei ivas on the way to Raymond to play ball, and as the Dominion Day sports had been called off, it was necessaij to inform the public that the game to be played Accoid mgly F C Stecle ot tlip Herald staff was commissioned, in the absence of Fditor Berj essa, to go into the job depaitment of the "Leader" and do the necessary work, ttith the result that a splendid line of handbills were pro duced and Cliculated announcing the game on Wednesday atteraoon .7 F BllUOn, the Cardston wrestler, passed thiough Raymond Salurdaj of last week from Salt Lake Citj with his biide V E P Ellison, vice prosiednt and mauagei of the Knight Sugar Co, Ltd, who has been spending the last couple ot weeks in Raymond and vtftnlts, left tbis week for his home irf L'ayton, Utah Mr Ellison w bile "here reported to the Herald that_he was well pleas ed witli the development m Raymond district and sajv for the district a great Hav W H. Toombs at the Presbj- terian church on Sundaj night preach- ed on "God's Plan of Life" To illus- trate his plan he took the noted picture "The Angelus" and the arrival of the Pilgi im Fathers on the shores ot Am- eiica, and lacob building his altaMn Old Testament times, and illustrated fiom these the three elements which go to make up tlie perfect life in re liglon, borne and work Toombs Js' preaching very excellent sermons with the result that the attcndance-'ls keeping up wonderfully notuilhstand fact that the time'of service lias been changed and the weather un- favorable: There is a, fine sample of old alfalfa on display in the.Security Investment Go's wmdow It was grown bj Mark Y Croxall '3 Mr Bovd of the Montreal staff at Magrath spent Monday, in Raymond visiting tfitb his frfends heie r PROMOTIONS IN RAYMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL From Grade IB. to Chnstenson, Albert De Meester, Por- ter Snow, Cluster NeilMta, .Leonard Webster, William Davis, Glen Tals- trup, Hath Kimball, Thelma Ander- son. Gertie Hicks, Ehilly Buhlef, Ethel Court, Wyona MoMui- Carter, Jennie Shields, Leah Holt. Teacher, Viola Allen. From Grade I.A. to Grade da -Richardson, Ruth Van Waggoner, Llllle Jennie Reggie, Viva Jones, Anna Rtfbiusou, Lucile Allred, Leah McCarty, Glen-Lincous, Leonara Allen, Afton O'Brien, Edwin Johnaori, Prank Rolfson, Clarence Kirkham, Bl- wood Meeks, Harold Harris, Harold Ellison, Arvll Skark. Teacher, Mar; alda Allen. From Gr.-.ile II.. Jr., to Grade II. Sr. Ellison, cent- i Other bargains too numerous t.o mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alto.. Miss Detsa Johnson of Hill Spring- Is spending a few days In the r' Town" visiting lier manv friends., ,.r; Mr? Jos C Peterson of Welling widjS a Lethb'rldge visitor on Mondaj, r> of DaUd Clemis of that place. S NEW MAGAZINE IN CALGARY Calgirv, July t, Js the name of anew ff started here. S. R. form- erly of the Chicago the .Walter' i fiom Ohio, Is butlnen manager, TUB G-0VERNOR OF bniO' WHOSE PRESIDENITAL VOTE WAS SMALL- PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOU, W) Office, of. Raymond 1st Street Phont Nljht DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town' paUcnta must make ap- 1 polntmecls by mail or 'phooe, Office Hours: Mornings Afternoons PHONE 69 BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS; Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Hutlng, Tin Roofing, Mvmlfc ing, Stum Fining, Sttam We do all the bis jobt of LHh. brldgt. Write ui for cltlmitti. Eaymonfl Alberta BRUCE COPE Cement Contractor All kinds of Concrete noik neatly executed at reasonable prices Wont guaranteed Private walks a fcpec1 laity. Apply at "Herald" Of-, flee, Security Block, or Mr. Cope. RAYMOND'S CHURCHES Raymond Alberta M. WALTON 'GRADUATE NURSK Maternity Work Specialty Phone Raymond CHURCH OF JESUS CMJIST Of' _, LATTER DAY WklNtt-V SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 Afternoon I Eveninj Service, 7 P.B. JOHN r. AMDBMOM, ;