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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 1.4 THE LETHBRIPCE DAILY HERALD Saturday, .Tilly 1912 KB K B K J{ K B K B. KB K It k B KB KB; KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. OF. Our Profits and Quick Returnsv Ladies' Black Underskirts ,IN.SATEEN and MORIETTE, Ladies' White Underskirts EMBROIDERY AND VAL. LACE FROM............... .................7Se EACH Men's Heavy Working Shoes FROM......... PER PAIR Ladies' White Lawn and Long- doth Underwear IN ALL CLASSES Linen and Cotton Towels FROM............................20c PER PAIR King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 K B KB KB K B K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB B. A. AMOS, Ageiit for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the 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. i Raymond, Alta. I WE WANT TO SATISFY YOU that what counts7 with us is a satisfied customer. And the only we can satisfy our cus tomers is hy giving them lum- ber of a value and quality that is above question or criticism. e do -not hold laige supplies of lumber for speculative purposes prices, but to meet the normal demand for our timber EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company. Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufactareri of the Fineit Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BEEEDEES .OF FIEST GLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HOESES INCLUDE PDREt BEEDS, OUT OF WHICH AEE TUENED OFF YEAELY SOME OF'THE BEST DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND1 THIRTY.EICHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISOM Manager JAS. E. ELLISON The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From Ihls office all our business aonlh of Lethbildgc la and our Mr. Talt has aulltority to act for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. Raymond District WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF E-ain lifts compelled'another postponement but the big event will come oil'as soon as weather permits. Watch This Space Next Issue MR. McDUFFEE LEAVES SUGAR TOWN Dublic Spirited Man Goes to Banquet- ted by Oddfellows Raymond, July will ose one of its leading citizens, a man has been closely identified with, s progress of the town almost from s Inception. Arthur F. McDuflle camt o Raymond from Trafalgar. Halton ounty, Ontario, in 1904 and went i artnership with his brother, Russel who in 1902 opened' a, drug and ook store in this town. In 1903, R. II, cDuffee moved to Vancouver, and nee that time A. F. '.McDuffee has had e management of the Raymond busi- es himself. He was local manager of e Bell Telephone Co., and when the herta government took over the svs m Mr. McDuffee was made local ent, which position he has held up to present time. Mr. McDuffee has, during his eight ars residence in Raymond, been con- cted with nearly every organization which has had for its object the ad vancement of the interests of the town and the country. He served for two years on the town, council, in 1911 be- tag chairman of the license committee, and also a member, of the health and relief committees, and his counsel on-matters pertaining to the business of the town was always eag erly sought by his colleagues at the council board. For three years Mr. JIc- Duffee served on the council- of the board of trade and in June, 1909, he represented Cardston, Magrath '.and RAymond at the convention fh'eld in Saskatoon for the. purpose of, ad justing the railroad associated boards of trade having taken-the mat- ter up with the contraissionei at that During .his .life in the AVest Mr. McDuffee has always taken mond Liberal also of a prominent part, in politics. vHe has been secretary-treasurer of "the -Bav- the Lethbridge district Liberal associ atlou, and lu this capacity he lias ren-1 of the board of directors of the Odd dered valuable service to his part} Last year Mr. iMcDut'fee was made sec retary-treasurer of the Raymond Oper House Co., and much of the succes which has attended tho nmuagemen this season has been due to Mr. Me Duffee's untiring efforts on its behalf While Mr. McDuffee is not a farmer o a large laud owner, yet agricultura interests nnd stock raising has always had his sympathy and co-operation In 1911 he was elected vice-presi dent of the Raymond Agricultural as sociation and is this year a member o. the board of directors. As a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fel- lows >Mr. IVIcDuft'ee was untiring in his efforts for the7 promotion, of the good of the order, and when a new lodge was Instituted at Raymond in Novem aer, 1011, Mr. 'McDiiffee was chosen for the second highest chair in the gift of the lodge.' He is also chairman Fellows Building association, who own the building in which the lodge meets. Mr. McDuffee has not confined his work at Raymond entirely to matters Of business, but has been prominently Connected wilh the social events of Raymond, and as chairman of tho board of management of the Presby- terlau 'church has done his share, to- ward the advancement of the work of the church _at "The Sugar Town." In 190S he was made a notary public jiiul tias since held that! position. Mr Mc- DufEee was married in August of 1910, and with.bis wife and child has been iviiig hi his own home on Broadway Besides this house Mr. McDuffee owns and 5 on Broadway, 10 acres of rackage on Second street west and a lot beside the Raymond opera bouse. Was a Guest of Odd Fellows Mr. 'McDuffee was tendered a ban- [uet Thursday night at the Raymond lotel by the Independent Order of Ddd Fellows, of which he is this year he retiring vice grant1.. About who is himself one of the large hoj raisers, and who intends going in je more heavily, the'Herald was inform ed that there should be ho difficult} gathering up right in the vicinity pi Raymond- some'where in the neigh bprhood of hogs at the present time ,and this will be largely increas ed by fall Made Some Money Tn conversation Mayor Evang yes- terday, said that notwithstanding the large, amount of money paid out in jrizes and.tho fact that Ma'grath and taymos.d ball teams received J40 eaeh 'or their games at 'the park, the cele- iration; committee would have a sur- plus to hand m to the town treasury t was feared for 'a time that owing o the heavy expense to which the lommittee was put that there might 36 a deficit, -the- accounts came .in, Chairman King found liat the committees bad more than- leared-itself and the finance cbm- ittee.is to be congratulated ,on hav-, ng so well conducted the financial' end o-i the important, undertaking. Good Crop of Apples A walk through the residential por- tion of Raymond reveals that trees and gardens are here, advanced a degree that seen at this season years. It has been and perhaps for good reason, tftat ISfagralh is the only town in Southern Alberta1 that can grow Tuesday night, Dr. B. F, Keillor and Mr. Blair were candidated for initla tion and are: now members on the order. Acting Deputy Grand Master. Weeks 'was present, and conducted the installation of the: new officers into the chairs to which they 'have teen elected for the ensuing year. The following men occupy the chairs for the next N.O., Dr. F. A. Keillor; y.G., D. Loss Lund; warden, Wm. Paris; conductor, Wm. Clemins; J. -W. Henroid; L.S.N.G., R. A. Amos; R.S.V.G, Floyd Nelson, LSVG.L O Norton Chip lain, Jas, Lemar; R.S.S., J. D. Cost- ins de guarJ :ej Dr J E Amos, guard, Reg. Cooper; outside Frank Deueger. Flax a Splendid Crop R. C. Harvey was in town on Thurs- day ,and reoor'v' that he .had ir.ij d.cres of iplend-'d flax, arid that en gh rain Ins new -fallen to ens-ivc crop whether the grain gets any acre moisture or not. There splendir! pieces of flax ali tlw Raymond district. hands ot the. Independent Ordei of Odd of which'? Mr. Gray was a.r, member. Floral tributes were placed on the coffin -by the La dies) Aid Society of the PiesbA tenan church "of" Raymond, arid Raymond Ijbdge, No. S3, of the Independent Order, of Odd Fello'ivs. .Mrs. Gray's 'M.T. White, of'Vancouver, and a brother's .wife from the samo citv, aiiived on Thuisday in' time for the obsequies. Pete Kennedy, a colored who Jit (he present :time is making Cardston' his headquarters, followed theiball Raymond on day, and endeavored to 'inake arrange' merits for a .special vaudeville, act, Peter, however, was not able to find thoEaMn'Charge of, the ar- rangements till it was too late, and his big'nct Imd tb'be'caHed: off. He is now in communication "with, the' Secretary of the Agriuultural: Society endeavoring' to ..put on something at fair time. Mr. Will Stone, who had1 a booth t Victoria Park ohr-Wetlnesclay last, ac'd' soltl fruit, confectionery' and drinks 10 (he of the demon stration.Oeft has stuff at the grounds till Thursday morning, not having time to move it on -Wednesday night, and some time during the night or early on some one broke-in and got; away with a'" con- siderahlc.quantity of the goods. It ia believed1 that the looters -were small if ;Mr. Stone can as WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb Ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. We do all the big jobl louth of Llth> bridge. Write u't for Jhymond Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. _, West ul Raymond Open Home 1st Strut' Phone 41. Open Day Night DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South ymond Alberta certain wlio' they were, it will be made interesting for them. On Tuesday next Mrs. A. P. Mo- but .Wm. Blair, Raymond's druggist, stopped the Herald on the street yesterday, and informed him that in the garden of Mrs. Skouson, Sr., in whose houae Mr. Blair Is liv- ing, there is an apple tree so loaded with fruit that ft almost touches tho ground. Inatal At the Odd Fellows .Lodge last Berry, ot tho co-operative farm 1 about 50 firres which is Soot! It is tfsfmated -that: in the Raymond district there will -be some thing in ite'chborhood at acres of this grain, _ and the 'ou-y reason'that m u'e was not sown wai lit cause of 'tho difficulty in ge-.t'ne seed. Samples of Grain Some splendid grain! is on exhibi- tion __in the window of: the Security Investment Co., at Raymond. Two ot Hie bunches'are from-David Pow- elson's farm eight miles south of spring wheat is tn-o feet 11 Inches tall. From Bert Kenny's farm three miles northeast of Ray mond there are two samples of al falfa, one six weeks planted ami measuring 11 incghes. and another ten weeks old and measured 20 inches In height. Timothy from Mr. Kenny's We HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CARDSTON DISTRICT RANCH AND FARM LANDS AT SACRIFICE PRICES Mixed (arming iho only sure rietnnd and 5011 will adopt It Let us talk Mils matter o'ei, cnn suit jou If there Is anything in Mio licai Estate lino you can supply It at (lie right price We J50.000 to loan on Impiuie I farmn SKCUKITY INVES'HfFNT COMPANY, LIMITED GEO. H, BUDD, MANX1ER Phone 5, Boom 12( Phone Duffee. leaves for Hamilton, Ont., where will visit for the summer before returning to the coast, where she will; join Mr. McDuffee. Mrs. A. Keillor, leaves on-.the same day. for Detroit, and Wallaceto'wn, and .will .be, away; for .the summer visiting relatives and friends.-at this point Mis Keilloi pnd1 Mrs Ale Duffee will travel .together, and will be on the train as far aa Toronto.. Mr. McDuffee .ami will leave about the same tinie for the Pacific const. Among the'Magrath visitors to the celebration herejast.Wednesday the- Herald the ...following: Mr. and Mrs ,A I Mercer, Ellis, Uenfng er, "Miss Annie Miss Laura Ride, Miss, Olive Rirle, Miss Hatfle Dudley, Miss- Haze! Staddard, Miss Maggie .Watson, Miss Sadie Mercer, Miss Mabel Marker, Miss Sue Stacey, Miss Myrtle Tomlinson, -Mrs. Nellie Myrtle Miss Bessie Miss Kate Harrington, Miss Mildred HlllYoi, Miss Ina Tin layson Miss Vlrgie Wood, and Mes srs, Bridge, Ackroyd, Dudley, Wood, Stoddard, Bradshaw, McLenn. Last; Wednesday .evening Raymonc found '.herself [in .the sorry predica- ment of. not being able to accommo- date the "strangers within her gates The crowded to its fullest the 'visitors from the outside .towns, were forced to resort to all manners .of inconveniences This is what will happen whenever there is a celebration or any.demon- DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make ap. polntments or 'phone. Office Mornings PHONE 69 Raymond Alberta M. WALTON GRADUATE NURSE Maternity Work a Specialty Phone 46 Raymond Albe RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SUXDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Afternoon Service. 2 p.v Evening Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F ANDERSON, BJahof) and the admission, be free, but stration here, jind steim should be takefl 1o obviate this 'condition .be- fore another, event, of more than pa? sing-importance. 'The-Ladies' Aid Sociefy of the Presbyterian -Church nre giving a so- cial.6n.the Maiisc firounds next Wed- nesday evening, July 17th. At tho social cream and cake, ten, cof- fee nntl will be served. A muilc.il m-osram will be a charg-3 will' be made for refresh- ments. Little-Lynn four year old .Tas Hawkins, had tbo mis- fortune of. getting index finger of his left hand Into a cream separator and the end so badly crushed that it was necessary to call in a physician and amputate the member. ac- cident, occurred .on Tuesday night, -ind Dr. ,1. S. Wray performed tho.opera- tion. C. D. Romeril, foremen of.the rigfitlon canal 'between Raymond and Stirling, was ,in town yesterday en- (enms for work on the reservoir at the Sugar Factory. A big levee Is to bo thrown up which will Increase the deplh of water in '.he fake and provide a larger supply 'or the -Knight Sugar Co. Ten teamg ir0 needed and Mr. Romerii is wili- ng, to pay a day, The work will probably, last for two or three weeks (Continued on page ;