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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -July 10 V THE LETTIBRIDCE DAILY KB KB KB KB KB KB K KB KB -K.B KB 'KCB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB ros. Ltd. HOUSE or QUALITY" Our and Quick Returns Ladies' Black Underskirts IN SATEEN and MORIETTE, From Ladies' White Underskirts EMBROIDERY AND .VAL. LACE FROM T5c EACH Men's Heavy Working Shoes 83.00 PER PAIR Ladies' White Lawn and Long- cloth Underwear IN ALL-CLASSES Linen and Cotton Towels PER PAIR K.ing Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE 'OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB K K K KB KB KB KB K KB KB K KB KB KB Kfe KB R.A.AMOS, Agent for j Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come test the new light. a complete system in home or business place. light for Study Lamp is a quick seller. il WE WANT TO SATISFY YOU thai what counts with us is a battefied custoraar. And -the only way we can satisfy our cus by.giving them lum- ber of a value and quality that is above question or criticism, We do not hold large, su'pplierqt lumber for speculative purposes to-raise prices, hut to meet the normal demand'for our tifflber. EQUITY DUMBER, Cof LTD, RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company. Limited Raymond, Alberta of the Finett Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar DEALERS IF -AND BREEDERS OF "FIRST -CLASS' HORSES THE HORSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT OF, WHICH ARE TURNED OFF' DEARLY OF THE BEST DRAFT- HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM i AND 'RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON Manager JAS. E. ELLISON Secretary The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS.BEEN MOVED TO and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From Ihli office all our business aouth oC Letbbridge it triniietx) i.nd our Mr. has authority to act (or us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. Raymond District WATCH FOB AXNOlXC'KMKXT OF Itiiin ha.s compelled another but the big event will come soon iis perniiK Watch This Space Next Issue Raymond Council Pruned Estimates Wouldn't Give the School Money Asked for of South Town Raymond, July. the Uuy mond town council is busiest municipal body in the eo-uth country at the present time, and last Monday evening another special meeting was, held in the council chambers, an immense volume of-business was transacted. There were proseut Mayor Evans and Councillors Rolfgon, O'Brfen, Alien, Poweilsoruantl Hawk-11 ins, arid the secretary, and Thomas. 0.. King, chairman of the school board. The ufalter of the school estimatefa was first givec careful consideration, 3hairman King outlining-the program the board In .the question of de- benture accounts. They desired to become even with board if possl- ile, and had itherefore 'allowed for ;his amount in the estimates. They did not 'wish to Work any hardship OG the council, for they had -Jn mind only the best interests of the schoo.! district. Some discussion out''the -unanimous opinion that. .It uas imoosalble to complj with the of the school board.this year ml would give it a healing nett sea- ion Councillor Powellson moved that he estimates of the boa id be i educed] o J1500 approximately, this being he amount due on the Febiuary line deljentiiies This motion WHS leconded by Councillor Ha'wkins and [Hissed, Mayor Evaus then called on ary Wricle.tq. relate his -dealingswill and Smith in respect to the payment-of their pool hall license secretarj gaie nn explanation mphasizing the. main points.. The roprietors gave him or thcii license, which, he bpld- ig until his stand was ratified ouucil. He. was in .no..way, involved 'ith .the gentlenien asked or instructions from .the council.in ie matter. A lengthy discussion followed show- ng a division of opinion on the sub- set. Councillor Ho.wkins thought that nUth and Holt should he accorded ie same treatment as the proprietors f the Brst pool hall, that postdated iecksrbe accepted from them to pro- ent'any friution. lie-believed that Bvatem could be worked pro t until the close of ths joar, when e proposed to force all the pool par- to pay their yearly license in or cloee up their doors. Councillor Powellson opposed pool allb, but he thought council toutd use. wisdom and discretion in ,e matter It riid not pay to rush ashlj into a. suit, and since a pre- edent had been established he saw o reason why the preient petitioners lould not be. treated with similar incessions. Councillor Allen was strictly pppos- and.on theT'nialiT buHding and roof There 'the north aide, however, that he thought'he should not ask ed to cover with sheet metal or some other mi flammable material. Jt wa> moved by Councillor Hawk- ins and seconded by' Councillor Hicks that the request-' of ;Mr. Snow be granted Councillor Allen thought that tlie regulations respecting the fire limit should be rigidly enforced. Councillor Rolfscn" gaid that he, as a councilman -did" notv intend to be treated with contempt. Their orders s not cl to the other gentlemen. :Busine'ss as business; nud postdated checks not a business uld not discern why ti-paat TOiatake liould govern, all future tcansactiou which the council was a party. He. as prepared to vote against the mo- on, and to stay with the present cense John T Burns and Misa Adams, of the International Gonven lion' of Farm Wonieu, wjll hold a meeting for the ladies of Raj mond when questions 'pertaining to women's work and the objects of the Congiess will be Airs. Burns, sacretaij of the Congiess of Farm Women, is a speaker, and a most clwrmnig peisoualjty Miss McAdams is also a pleasing speaker arid her address on. household ecpn omics- will be liighly appre- ciated A local society will ptobabb be organized at the meeting here nev hfs matter ne can tiilt you If there it an j thins In the Reai Estate line you nant can supply if at Ihe rlghl prHe. We have to Iran on immoiel farms. j SECURITY JNVE8TWNT COMPANY, LIMITED OEO. H. BUDO. MANAGER. Raymond; Phpna 5, Room .12, Hull ers for the ensuing teim took place but the Herald, ae-rihe has not beei ab'a to secure the names of thoa. ippointed. Dr. F. A. Keillor, however t IB known, >s to occupj the Irand's chaii, and D. Loss Lund wil >e hie aupnorter in the cuau Hefreahmenta were aerved at the close of the galiieiing, and the instaHation, which'n as condllclet by acting District Deputj, George M of Cardbton, ,several or Oddfellow Bhip were initial ed. J McLean representative of the TrovibolithSUn day School association o' the proyince w'as In Raymond on Monday night and addiesaed a meeting of. S.mday school workeis in the "Pieabytonai cjiurch Mr Beiton'a particular nils uas io interest Sunday sclioo workeis In the tejclier tritaiiis course iilapiied out by the differen eiangelioal and to intereat the imUlio'm the summer schools which me being held in di? ferent parts of the ptqvijice this.sum mar, onu nearest Raymoqdvbeingi thai at Banff Powelson some splendid samples of sprmg and till wheat and thev ale new on tton In 'the; Security InvestmenL: Com panys Both samples were magnificent, tha spring, wlieiit nveiisur Ing thiee feet in height and fal three feet nine inches Pouelsoii BUJE, his nheat is beiiuti- fully out, and. tliat the liead' are large and are dei eloping splen- didly This will make R bumper crop without any moip moisture, Hajmond Knight's new ham on the Buck i inch is fast nearing completion and when it is completed It will be without aoubt the best equipped and moat commodious bain in the Prov- ince of AlbPrtfl Notwlthiliindmg tha threatening atteinoon lust Sunday there good turnout of people at the Presby- terian church, mid Hev. JIi. Toomljs .ireached an able bermon on "Asking and recehlng" He emphaslzcil the need of dnine jssistancs anfl of ear nest prajer, and said that there no such a thing as unanswered pray rs An amusing feature at the show in Aita theatre last Saturday eating contest in which file boys en teied Ail in lones consumed Tils nje Bret, and nas therefor awarded flist Plize Miss Doiothy Young lendcred a pleasing solo, and the new nianlste. Miss Edna Kanni, delighted the aud- ience with her music: That Herald advertisements pay and bring muck lesulti is veiifled in .he fad thdt a local patron of our advertising columns placed A smali or sale ad. In tlie papei, and the fol- o-wlilg flnj a reply was received 'If ou haie any wants, tor sales, or re juire help, the Herald Is at jour'aei ice Us classified Jesuits Watel users in the town are ul gent- j requested to nay theii arrears he- ore the 11 th their connec- lons will be cut off. This is a -drastic nipasuie, but the town council feel hat something muit be done In this lannectlcn, as so many of the citi ens fail Io settle for their water'iegu arly thus placing ft large deficit in he water department of. the 'toiin government. At the Presbyterian church last S'tnday R A Amos and J W Verge gave a lesson for the'iast quar- BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, ing, Fitting, Steam Hutlng. Wi do all the big Jobt aouth'of LitA- bridge. Write ua for iitinntM. Raymond Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS (TOH. e. PHYSICIAN Office, Wcit (it Raymond Open House Ut Street Phone Open Day Night DR. KIELLOR 3e< 1st St. West and 1st St. South Rr.ymoml Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS Out of town nttionti muit polotmecta bj mill or Ipknt. Office Hdlirc 9 1J. PHONE M Raymond AJberte M. WALTON GRADUATE NUR8B Work a Specialty Phone 46 Raymond RAYMOND'S CHURCHES) HURCH OP CHRIIT 'OF LATTiR DAY SAINTS _, UNDAY SERVICE3; .Sundai Id'arn' Afternoon StrTlcc, 2pm. Service, JOHN F. i.NDBR30N, Bj.not er, and conducted the same lery bty and comprehensively. Miss Clara Anderson, who graduated from the' Garbutt BiiEiuesa College, has accepted a oosition In the Knight Sugar fCom. rany office. Jliss Anderson has been imploved for some time In the Her. Id office. Turner and Speldel shipped (MO logs this J, Cook, of Letli- f Leth'bridge, lyhlcil netted tliem 71.40. These two hogs went to make p a which nas shipped from (.ellibridge yesterday. Henry Smith Ill with an affection at the heart. While Mr. Smith is faick, big, position is not consul ered crltical-by his phjsiclan, Br J. S, Wray The Ladies' the Presbyterian meet at..the home'df Mrs. J E. Amos next Thursday to ai range a meeting for an ice cream social which be held under their .auspices very near.future.. Jii, and His. Chnstensen, of Cal- gary, are visiting hi Raymond this week Mr. Christen- sen Is tlie son of the well knoim Cal- gary contractor, and Jlrs Christen- sen was formerly Miss Bovani of Ray- mond, .Mrs L Langier, of Nanton, has been the guest of .Mrs. Frank since Saturday last. vid Is to accompany Hre f LaDfter when she returns to Nunton.i'and will Isit for a short tims y .Jaa Hodebick, tiound keeper, la a4- lertisfng week. People who hive "oilld do well by ;