Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
lllE LETIIBBIDGE DAILY HERALD KB KB Kit KB KB KB KB KB KB jr, IQ12 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF OUALITV" Special Sale For Ten Days Only LADIES'. CHILDREN'S, AND MEN'S OXFORDS AND SLIPPERS. All .at 31) cent discount. A pair of shoos for LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR in all classes, for 20 pel' cent discount off marked prices. FANCY MUSLINS, VOK-ES. LAWNS, REPPS, PIQUE6, LUSTRES AND LINENS All at 20 per cent discount. f ALL EMBROIDERIES AND LACES, less 30 per oeut discount, ELASTIC AND LEATHER BELTS at 3d'per cent discount. LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS in.various shades aad latest stylos. All at -5 per cent discount. LADIES' LISLE 3UOVES In black, white and Maize Dene's two spring, for 25 cents per pair. WOOL DRESS GOODS, All'at 20 per cent discount. All goods marked in plain figures. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB TKB KB KB KB B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB ivB KB KB Raymond District mil Spring Wheat in-tlio Kail Raymond will bog'in l.o harvest- first week in-August. Watch'.for (ho Knymoiul Display tit jiTeV The Board of Trade wij'l id trice. tlio Dry Fanning' Oon- you more about the dis- Write to W. McD. TAIT, Secretary RAYMOND HAD A FINE SURPLUS K. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the new, light; install a complete system in your home or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our Study Lamp is a. quick seller. Raymond, Alta. Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Quality of Granulated Sugar Madetfrpm Alberta grown Sugar Beets IN AJTD BEEEDERS 01 HB8T CLASS HOESES AND CATTLE. THE BOSSES IN.CMJDE PURE BEEDS, O.UT Of WHICH ARE TUEATED OFF SOME OF THE BEST DRAFT S A1BEETA. HAVE FOB BALE APPROXIMATELY ONI .HUNDfllD ANB THIRTV.IIOHT THOWMND DP .SOOB FARM AND E.-.P. JA8. E. ELLISOJV The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BflBM ROOMS I anri 7, W From this oOio. aM our aootti of to t s.nd our Mr. TaJt authority to act'far il. Lethbridge Herald Priutrnj Co. Out of Demonstration Re- ceipts Gave to Regina Relief Fund Raymond. July finance committee of the Dominion Day cele- bration have issued a statement. of the receipts and expenditures in con- Kasna was in Lethbridge on Sstur kicked, and while Jumping into th manger to get out of the horse's he threw his knee out of joint an is at present laid up at his home i town. .Mrs. S. Hanno. wife of the C. P R. station agent of Raymond, wa operated on in Gait hospital, Leth bridge, on Saturday morning at I o'clock, and is at the time of writing lu a very weak condition, althougl lier recovery 'is now assured. -Mr WE WANT TO SATISFY YOU that what counts with us is a satisfied customer'. And the only way we can satisfy our cus- tomers is by giving them lum- ber of a value and quality that is above question or .criticism. We do not bold large supplies of lumber for speculative purposes to raise prices, but to meet the normal demand for our timber. EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA nection with the demonstration held in Raymond last week. The report shows where overy dollar was used, and is most comprehensive. The bal- ance to the credit of the committee has been used to swell ihe Regina relief fund, and this action of those In charge is heartily 'endorsed by every citizen of Raymond. Following are the receipts: Gate, grand stand, collections, J74.50; race horse' entries, 134.25; two booths. 120.00. The expenditures are given as follows: Magrath hall team, R.tymoud 'band, Raymond ball team, H. A. Gillies, medals, }52; hOTEe race purses, 5122.50: flags, }2: Raymond Leader, advertising. children's sports. SIS; Citizens' Lum- ber Co.. Jlio; ticket' sellers, ?3; bates, entry fee, Segina relief fund, JS5.50.; Thus, if iwili be readily seen the celebration- was' ail umiuali- fled success from a'financial stand- point, and Chairman King- and his committee are congratulated on the splendid results-of their efforts. J. D. Costley ls delivering: Tj'heat at the elevator of the Ellison Milling Elevator Co.-. Mr. Costley 'informed the Herald today that he is getting 20c more per bushel than he received tor the same grain last fall, and re- marked that it paid to have a littje bunch of cattle and a -few hogs.to turn over in the spring, so that it is possible to hold grain for the spring raise. Mrs. (Dr.) P. A. Keillor, and Mrs. A. F. McDuffee left yesterday morn- ng for Lethbridge, from which place they took the afternoon train for east- ern Canada. Mrs. McDuffee. will visit or a month, on her mother's home In laniilton before joining Mr. McDuffee n the west. Mrs. Keillor'.'will spend ome time at Detroit and Wallace- own, -and 'will return to Raymond this all. Dr. Keillor accompanied the party to Lethbridge yesterday morn- ing, returning in the evening. President Allen and ,his second councillor, O. II. Snow, are to visit Stirling next Sunday: and meet with the Stirling ward in regular confer- ence. Assisted by Theodore Brand- lei', the president's first councillor, the ward officers at Stirling will'-be present, and matters of interest to the congregation will be talked, over. In answer to :the enquiry" in the district space for a harness maker for Raymond; several enquiries have been received. The one which is be- ing taken with most'seriousness is the application of a harness maker of several years experience who is now managing one of. the large shops In a southern town." This, man is to- day on his. way. to-Rayinond to irives- tigato conditions and In all probability by another week another shop will be opened at the Sugar Town. G. Lamh informed "the .Herald yesterday that HOW had day and Sunday, returning on Mon day L. Thompson and family left last week for Brooks, where Sir.. Thomp- son has a contract for'a big piece of canal work for the C. P. R. Several contractors from Raymond and vicin- ity have taken sub-contracts from Mr. Thompson and have gone out to the work. The Knight Sugar Co. have spread a large quantity of lime on several of the roads in the vicinity of the sugar factory, and the recent rain slacking the lime and causing it to harden has made some very excellent pieces. West lime is particularly gcod for mud holes or pieces of road with a soft bottom. Frank benlng-er, 'who has been em- ployed for the" summer with D. Loss Lund on in the ..Mammoth district, left on Monday morning for Medicine Hat, where he expects to find employment for the test of the summer. Miss Dahl, who was injured on Sat- urday last in an accident which be- fell her while.'drlving, has now so far recovered that- she is able to sit up. and it is expected that she will be aroumi in a. few days. F.. T. Holt ivas at Taber and Barn GETTING MAIL ON NIGHT TRAINS BURDETT LIKES NEW BROWNSDALE SCHOOL PICNIC RUNAWAY Buftlett, July 15. The Sundaj school at Hrownsdalc school distric will hoill a picnic at. the river Thursday, July 18.. A good time expected if the weather remains fav- orable. The hall team journeyed to Purplo Springs on Friday. They met defeat it tilt! hands of the home team, the core being 3-1. Hail insurance inspectors have been ouring the country and report, less amage than was at first feared. The er wheat will he all ready to cut in bout 2 to 3 weeks' time. Jim Maxwell had a nasty runaway ast week, lie was breaking1 in a rouco to drive single, when in some amier t got away from him and ecan.c badly cut up on the wire fence. Haymoud Foolc is recovering nice- ly after his unpleasant accident last week. English .church services are held ev- ery Sunday afternoon at ,.Mr. John- son's house. Miss Etta Bokker has entered Mr. Mclnnes' store as clerk. A good well was dug last week by Mr. Smith for Mr. I'allistcr. Water .was struck at 32, feet. -Nalder Co. ltd. General Merchants Press Goods Reduced 30 cent. Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 cent. Other bargains too numerous mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Alia. WELLING Slant, who as been visiting in.Taber for a rrlred home.on-Monday night. Miss; Minnie Spendlove, who vlsltlns In Utah, rsturnwl to J. Heninger's .home last week. Miss Madeline Bltner, of Silt Like tjv sister of, B. H. Bitner, arrived n Welling a ago, and will spend month visiting friends here. Last Sunday. Irvine Carter, of Ras'- mond, "was the missionary speaking at well this week, and brought home a bunch- of milk ;cows. Win. Holt, son -of .7.. T. Holt, re- turned on Monday night from an ex- tended visit in Uncle .Sam's domains. In-the year's time which Mr. Holt was abs-ent from Raymond he has visited ten states of the union. Mrs. J. F. Gordon and Misses Tna Ericson, Dorothy Young, Maud Mc- Carty and Lura Redd were' visitors to BaTinvell, Taber and Grassy Lake, holding ward conferences of the Mut- ual Improvement Associations of those places. E. Ainsworth, 'who Is at the head of the road improvement department of the provincial government for the Lethbrldge district, -motored to" Ray- mond on Monday and going, via Stir- ling -inspected a part of the work which had. recently been completed in these districts. Asked as to how much more work would be done in this district this year, Mr. Ainsworth said that John Powelson's par.ty would have work for another month, and by that time all the work planned for Raymond district would he complet- ed. There has never been a year In the experience of the south country, when so much road work lias, been done as this year, and the advantage of good.roade will be seen when the time comes for hauling this year's crop. Miss Stella Lombard, of St. is' visiting at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lombard. "Coining events cast their shadow before them." .Quite a number of binders are. already set up in readi- ness for the harvest. On July 10th the mail service was altered to the lormer Mail is delivered here from the night train cast and west.. This appears to be a more satisfactory arrangement than the service during the day. SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, July Aid So- ciety met with Mrs. Chapman on Wed- jiesday afternoon. A large crowd wag present and several more ladies join- ed. The usual work and routine of the business meeting was attended to after which lunch was served. Not many from here attended the dance at Rosemead on the 10th. for the benefit of Gold Coin owing to the a. It 'was decided to postpone this for a weeks. Jack- Seabeck has been ailing for a few days; too many celebrations all at once. Herman Holden is being employed at Jay Rickett's for the present. Another .name has been added to the Altman and Taylor-firm as the presence of a nine pound boy has ar- rived at the home of Wm. Turley. Mr. Hooker has finished -breaking for Paul Bow City ball team meets Swset Valley this, afternoon on our home grounds. An eren 'game IB" looked for. the meeting here. Mr.. Carter took for his subject Priesthood and B. H. Bltmsr also addressed the -meeting. Wm. has 'been having some dlMoiilty.wlth.hU knee. He finds it almost Impossible.to walk about with- out throwing it out, and yesterday in consultation with: his. physician. Dr. It .was. deemed advisable to put the limb in plaster of Parln. On Sunday, July 28, H.S. Allen and President: 0. H. Snow will be at Welling when the -ward officers will be present at the ward confer- ence which'willi.be In the after- noon day. .For the evening meeting the officers-will go to--Ma, grata. Cutting alfalfa is.now .engaging the timo and attention of farm- ers and a splendid yield of.-both these fodders saved. .The farmers that are not busy ;saving feed are plowing, breaking or working up sum- mer fallow. A party composed of some thirty- two persons has just returned from the Waterton La.kes, where 'they spent nearly, two weeka camping.- The trip was made by driving, and- tents and living- equipment were taken along. The party report baring had a most enjoyable time, and H. IB that another party are to go in a couple of weeks, and with this party several of the crowd who went before will go. The list as nearly 'as the corres- pondent can remember it in as fol- lows: Mrs.-.I. C.. Peterson and family, Mrs. A. M., Wilde, Carl Peterson, XIn. McCanna, Floyde Wilde, Mrs. J. T. Henihger Jr. and two children, Donald Reed ami Spencer Wilde and Mr. and .Mrs. Carl Cluff, Misses.Louise, Leah, Blfie and Lillian Wilde. Claude Cluff, -Miss Sinclair. -Miss Bessie Cluff, Mrs. Marion. Bitner and Willard and .Madge Cluff. BUSINESS CARDS _L ._ _________ WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Holing, Tin Rooflnj, Plumb. Ing, Sttim Fitting, Itaam We dg ill thi big seuth Lith. ui for Htlmitii. Raymond Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR.-M) ACCOUCHf K_ Office, Wwt Raymond Osjan. Hout litatrwt Phon. 44. ppan Do, Uri DR.KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South JL.ymond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out el town patients mast BOlntnntc mull SEVEN AND A HALF MILLIONS TO NAVY London. Pall Mali wandered into Ins yard'ilast Sunday I Gazette publishes an apparently morning, and has been' thole message which says the naval since. H. Jones, of Kansas-'dpfy, and ;Wm. McMaeter, of PoTtland.-'Oreaon, 'who are touring. a. trip by auto pouth of Monday and of this week. At Kay- mond looked overcome of the land, and ivisi'ted the beet fields and factory of the. Knight Su- gar Co. Mark II. Brimhail on Saturday last while standing a stall with a frac- tious horse, was In danger of being arrangements will provide for seven and a half million dollars as Canada's minimum contribution io the navy. In return, Canada has not put forward any request but It Is understood the British government will exert its best efforts to jneet Canada's requirements in regard to a subsidy toward a steam- ship line between Canada and the West Indies; also a subsidy toward All-Red steamship route which has already occupied nunlic atten- tion in both hemispheres. COLEMAiV 'July R. W. Uiddeli, managing director of the Internation- al (.oal and CWe Co Ltd to- day with, his .wife and family -for B. C., wlieic they will .spend their summer holidays. A-. Mutz, of Fernif, was at Colc- raan on business today. J. K. Ctam, manager of the Mc- Gillvary Creek Coa, Co., l.td., lelt last evening lor an extended visit to eastern Canida. The jilanl will be-su- perintended by Titos. Stockdale dur- ing, the. absence of Mr. Cram. .1. Asinnwall, district mine inspec- was in Colcman today on hit official rounds. WE HAVE JUST LUTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CAKD8T03V DISTRICT null I Is ao fU.HOto loar FARM AT SACRIFICE PRICES adoa-l It. Let us this matter over, we can you want we supply it at the right price. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED CEO. H. iUDD, MANACER 12, Hull Bleak, Leihtiridse; Phone LOST LAKE Lost- July Bakken and family left for North .Dakota on Friday, Mrs.: Nils." Bataldln and son accompanied them fo spend the sum- mer-visiting points in North DakoU. A'lovely rain on Monday helps to increase that smile on the farmer's face. Thep. good soaking rains recently have acted very beneficially on Fred Martin's TUontana fever. .and Miss BataltMn motored out from Lotbbridge on Sat- spend a few days with the laKer's-uncle, Kiln. .Baialdin. Martin. Lindberg hag bought a horso and. buggy, and drove to Lethbridge on Wednesday. This Lost Lake U. F. A. is forging ahead with leapi and .boundfi. Mrs. Magnus Howg: left for Colo Wednesday, L. and Mrs. pdlund, Tom and .Miss Od.and of- Sumlfal, Mr. and airs famlly'aml Miss Shret- Ung.of ;BowvIlle; G. Shetting and A of Kfnr.ondale; Emit Olson Miss Prouty, L. and Mrs. Moen oi Lost .Like, were callers at Mr. and Sin. Shretting's on Sunday. MiiR Anne Bfllildln called on MTR. Office Mornings 9 11. Atteraooni PHONE M Raymond Alberta M. WALTON >.W- GRADUATE NURSE Maternity Work a Specialty Phont'W Riymond Albirtaj RAYMOND'S CHURCHESJ CHUBCH OP JESUS CHRIST Of LATTER DAY SAINT! SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Afteraoon Service, 2pm. Evening Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. AjNDERSON, on Tuesday. Carl Smith came bock from TMher and Biirprlacd everybody hy bringing back a bride. The In the vicinity of Lost look good. Oh rial Ooufthnoiir taking on Nllfl Bnttldin'i broking plow. Thn aervfces at Grain by Hev. Anderson of Bowvllle on Snn- were intended by ne4tly one hun- dred people Four children were bap- tixetl, and Gustav-Pederson :and Misa Eliza Westby were' the holy bonds of marriage. NO CHANGE IN GRADES July official state- ment is given concerning- s.tory re- cently pubHihcd to the effect Hint the grades of the Traiiscontinentol rail- to be revised so as to money at, the expense of haulage. No such course has ever beon taken m- of and the story fa doubtless been published for intended political efTftct. The contracts 'now boing ex- ecuted as well as. that between the government and the Grand .Trunk Pacific railroad, specify the grades of the road and .there is no excme or changing ft. Sprinkle salt over the coal In lib- eral quantities and it will make It burn more evtnlr and en."