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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -day, July 20. J012 King Bros. OF QUAIUTV" K JJ KB KB'K B K B Jfi B K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Kli KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Sale For Ten Days'Only vx', CHILDREN'S, A'ND MEN'S AND SLIPPERS' All it 20 ppi> cent .1 o[ 8lloci! foi J i SUMMER JH'fTlioccnt dlMjpifiit.fftmaijieclVlinfcoi'' PANCYv MUSLINS. VOILES, LAVMNS, REPPS, PtOUeS, LUfTRES AND LINENS All at per discount EMBROIDERIES AND LACES, less 30 per Cent discount ELASTIC AND LEATHER BELTS at 20 per cent discount. 'LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS in various styles. All at 25 nor cent discount. GLOVES In black, white and Maize Dent's two spring, for 25 cents per pair, WOOL DRESS GOODS, Ajl at pe. Ctnt discount AH-'goods marked in plain figures King Bros., Ltd "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB IvB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB iB KB KB KB Raymond District Spring Wheat in the Jlnymoml lo lumesl Fall m 111 si, -week in August. Wjtch'for lhc> Raymond Display at (lie Drv Faruiino- Con- fess. The Board of Titulo will Id I you incuc about the 'ti'lCt. Write to W. McD. TAIT, Secretary RAYMOND TEACHING STAFF SELECTED KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, tor Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies pome-ih and test the now ligiit. can mstall a complete system in your home or business place. An excellent light for chiu-ches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. 1 V Raymond, Alta. :WORTH LOOKING INTO is iour prices; high -grade bujlding aunioer, the quality and get our estimate for your lumber supply jou will :flnd that it defies competition. Our lumber is thoroughly sea Cloned and is cut fi om the choig, the foiests yieUTmd we can cellar to roof at prices' 1 d to heati _ i_ Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets IN AND BREEDBES Of s-FIRST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS OUT OP WHICH ARE TURNED 'OIF YEARLY SOME-OF THE BEST DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. X'HAVE 8ALB ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS i, E. P. ALLISON JAS. E. ELLISON The School Board Engages Lethbridge Teacher of the Town Raymond. July lengthy, mec ing of the Board of Jiducatlon liejd in the council chamber on Tliur day night with Chairman T.'0. Kin presiding. -Mr. King- reported on th toun touncll'i, action on the bojid ostimatcs for the coming year Th figures set down amounted to flT M7, J5IOO of which for defien tnfes due In January and Juno'-ilex year. The council refused to gran all the honrd's estimates on Vth ground that they did not deem It'iiec essary to provide for next year's de bentuiei till irai ever, accepted 51600 due now, "am this the hoaid agreed to v The matter of the. instalment o sanitary drinking fountains In .'the school was then discussed.'and'Jesse and offered to Insta has been working on the C. P. H. .branch and Suffleld, Mr. Wlxom and D. P. Stevens have been in partnership on a contract which they have secured from Roh- ertson aud Burnett. Their portion hi the work Is completed and both Mr. Stevens and Mr. Wi.vom have uo'w gone with L. Thompson "of the C. P. it. and Irrigation works between Cal- gary and Medicine Hat, of which iff. Thompson souio 300 miles. D. F. Stevens of Raymond has ten or twelve miles as a suh-contractor and Mr. Wixoni Is to work for him. Their headquarters will he at Brooks J. D. Costley is still hauling wheat into town and; taking back lumbar Already this spring'.Mr. Costley has delivered 1000 bushels of Xo. 2 wheat to the local mill and has still 1000 bushels in.his granary at Mammoth. A social gathering of unusual in- terest was held in the manse grounds nst. Wednesday night when the La- dies' Aid gave party in aid of a fund, which is .being raised for he waterworks at the Strawberries and cream, ice where.his.dental practice called him for the. day. .Raymond would be. bet- ter If.a few more players were willing to Inconvenience themselves to the extent In which the. doctor did In this case. Dr F A Keillor hi ought a sample of borlcv Into1 the Herald office jei, terday from his farm Wilson sid- ing Recent reports have rated the Siding as ion drj, but the doctoral! sample measured iB inches in height 79 and was a good health} specimen It fflUTUf J.O WAS -pulled nt'fandom.the doctor says I and he has something In the neighbor A hood of laO acies just good Supervisor Harris lias been coni 0 milder Co. Ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 cent. Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Per cejit. Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 Per Other bargains tcio numerous mention. -I Horses for sale. Raymond, Alfa. cream and cake, sandwiches and tea MR BEATON'S AWFUL EXPERIENCE During Change of Lydia E Pinltham't Vege- table Compound Made Her a Well Woman. labei cannot exPKM Tuesday morning and Tuesday after- St 1 WCnt the change and coffee waa served and i program was given late In'.the evening in the nanse parlor. The--receipts' of the venirtg were something in the nelgh- orbood of which Hill go a long towards the installation of the system, Robert manager of Raymond Ought's Buck raiicu, was in town aiiu infuHned iieraia toai n his farm theie growing ioO cres of barlej and 45b acies of oata oth are excellent Dr. J. B. is to he commended ir his baseball team, fte'r ah all nlghtisosshm at the Odd- 1km s lodge on 'Duesdaj night" be ft next a'lr.autorabb'ile for Cardston Leaving that place the _next morning at m Raymond about seven The doctoi immediately drove back to flagrath seve bac cast iron fountains enamelled-, "ant nickle plated with a new up to date press flow for apiece The application of Cur tin, who taught last Leth- bridge, for a position on tne uas received, and the secretary was ill structed to Alias Curtin offoiiug her foi the first half of the term and 1300 for the teim btKinnimc Jan- uary 1st With Miss Curtm s accept auce the start ..tins year will be com pleted and is oqjs that lias been t-est od and experienced been cut Eiom ten teachers to nine, the botyd believing that uith a slight i classes tha school less qtiuljRnfent N Smith will! iave fcbarge again next stiatpif Fnml Speakman will the rOom made vacant bv the resignation 'of'J W Teige M E King Lura Hedd, Mary Mary. JBoyson -and DesBa nfeifiben of last year's staff, have been ed. Miss Emma Boy son and Miss Curtfii will be the new lady teachers Delegates representing the Taylor ot (he Young Ladies Mutual Improvenient ere at, Grassjf'Lake, Barmvell and Taber-thtg we-ak.Jiolding the regular annual'ward conference with representatives of the local wards of-these towns. On Monday evening Mrs. J... F.'Gordon, Miss Dorothy Young and Miss .Wand McCarty. .wera at, on tiie. same evening Miss .Lura, Redd and Miss Ina Eribson were at Grassy Jake On Tuesday morning the de legates joined forces and Tabei meetings ueie held 01 Tuesday morning and Tuesday after (nooii E D Smith, assistant to A ATc Kenna, of the weeds section of the Department 'town on Friday, and went over a portion of this district with J led tbe local weed inspectoi Mi Smith's visit was to endeavor oate tne owners of ceitain laufi southeast of Raymond. .partment ,haa nof foeen able tins and m all probability the do the ttork Mi Allred reports that E Pinkham's Vegetable Com needs m lus district are not V" ------J as last jeai l'aler on be attached At Cai'daton'ion Wednesday Ciar ence O'Brien bad -the misfortune to iipui uas COIU- plaining of some slip shpd norkpv Card and Sons died on Fndaj iC which has been 'do'iie In the Iristalla I. lion ot the On tbe line cf all pi operty animal some tune ago there Is a kej nhich maj be A meeting mil shortlj be called turned b> a tool _on the top of tha f0r the purpose of ananglng- for the ground In many instances this kej entertainment of the Dry Farming ?nfi the Jn8tlumenfc8 I boosters, who will be in Raymond for haW ojj The nnjor pf TA- ans, has A hog m his pen u hicb, when put on the the other'daj, weighed ROS The Rajmtmd wtsi Cardston on ThnHSay; at a dance ghen at the southern town bj the Rebeccas and Oddfellows for the 'benefit 'of the Regfna' siifferers. Vra Richard Bqiley, of Letlibridge, Bistei of niss Jenkins of the stuff of the Dank of Montreal is spending A week with liei BUSINESS CUDS allow one of his great toes to collide with a ierj swift ball. Knocking the nail off and causing severe- paiiu 'I be came along the other ilaj and ordered the con tractor who is building tbe pool ball to stop woik, thp reason being that no permit had been grant ed. -.The builders however continued work, -an'fl the- matter was set- f'Gd bctv ae.i the of builu ing aud tlie inspectoi Ra> Knight is this hauling bis wool from Ghiu Coulee, 'where he clipped his large band of hheep this year, to Raymond, where it is being loaded todaj Mi Knight will have pounds this season. A numbei of Rajmond people expressed-their Intentions ing'tap 2-ith of July celebration whic la to" be held, in Ma'gratb. The-loca baseball teim will pla> A league litre the Garden City aggrega tion n. Revel, who 'lias Keen appoint ed clerk of. the Lethbridge ward, w'a In -Raymond Thursday transferring names of the members of the Letbbridg-e ward'of tbe church'who are on the Raymond records. The task was'V heavy one and ex-treme care of 'ilie necessary exercise was taken to gat' the names, dates ant places accurate The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From thli oflico all our builucsa noulh of tnd our 8Ii Tail has nuthoritj to act for us t i Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. all sides at Ihe removal'of Mrs; Roderick Lovie IlayniwW Mr. Lovie for some years has charge of the Card.livery 'barn here Mis Louc hah been a the Card hotel I Foreman Romcril of this section.-bf the Irrigation woiks, lias sK teams working at: the factory'lake, throw- ing up a higher bank, by which'lo deepen tho water in the ifnd to increase the suppljv .The tbe Knight Sugdi Co, gets its water from this Is to insjTre clean waror and a larger supplj that this work is being undertaken J WKoni Is Jiorile. from the trict north of Lethbridge of life before I tried Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. I wu m such A.nerypui condition I could not keep still. My limbs cold, I had creepy eensa LIUHB, and I could not sleep nights I was finally told by two physicians that I also lad a tumor I reat eminent will for the present havelto Wfi day of the wonderful cures made b Lydut E Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and decided to try it, and it hu o j me a well woman My neighbor! Keen regret has been evpiessedin and friends declare it hu worked mir BCleformt; Lydia B Pmkhmm'a Vege Ublc Compound Is worth its weight in .gold for women during this perodof 'life ,If it will help others you may publish my MARION SWEET GREA- TON, No. 1 Jefferson Mus .Change of Life is one of most critical periods of A woman's existence. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If TOD want special advice write to I'jdla G. Plnkham MwUelne Co. (confl- Ifenlinl) Ljnn, Miss. -Tour letter will opened, read and aiswered by a womta aid held io strict The presidency of tbe second Ward relief society" gave the members bj that organization a surprise last Thursday afternoon in the forai of ice cream' and cake. The treat was thoi ought) enjoj oil and the presi dehc-y lia've had of congratula- tions oil the princely style In. which Earl Gorrill, the spit ball artist from New Dayton, who has been play ing this season with Warner and Magrath, was in town ou nursing a broken finger the lesnltt qf. a GorrMI las been playing' with this broke finger. A. .B. ,Stark has the' contract fo frame cottage tp_ be erected for i S. Allen on his farm. The house wll be 16x28 and will be plastered. Th work.-will begin Irvin Fawnc who had an operatic .his ankle last week NEW DAYTON DOINGS New Dayton Tulj Mr G C McDonald and ijnd AIis A J Maynanl to Lethbridge" tills week J Mrs Win Sccitt Thins daj night aitor a5 mouth B, ufelt to l WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmitfc Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Inj, Sicajn Hutrng) We do all the big Ltth- bridge. Write ui for eitlmatea. ,4 _____' Eaymond Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR.J.S.WRAY (TOR. TO) Offlee, West or Raymond Opera HOUM lit Street Open Day Night DR. KIELIOR New Dayton Eight cais of wool have been ship ped from New Dayton .In the list ten days Two cais of ulieat were shipped v --P fiom Dajton on Salurdaj of last UlllCe 1st St. VyCSt and1 Mrs Paclion ol Lethbridge is Malt "lst H Goirill onJT? .vmnnA 'Alberta H" way to Jlr and Airs Dallf> of Anderson nd, were visitors at 10me Uiig Mij Daillj been superintendent on the pipe line rom AFediclne Hat to Calgaiy Shearing is ov'er at tbe corrals" on I 'ipp and Cliin Coulees aW the thirty dd sheareis J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patienH must mtkt polntmtsti bj miil or 'phone. left for their homes the homestead district, Montana Hou'- nd other points on the Ciows wllgB ne. pl Mrs. smith sr., mothef of Mrs. j. T: Raymond IcKa'y, Is visiting at the home of: her' Afternoons PHONE 19 so., far recovered as to be able to hh matta "nc can u at lhe Raymond oftm SECUHITV IXVEH'nrP.NT LIMITED GEO H A Hoom can iirloc- tl are to bo dipped Most sheep men omit this practice Marker and are-to'take lo Magrath and Welling, and will dip thole The Ner ton budget omitted iniiouucc that last the ftist argc shipment of hogs nent out of Vow Daj ton The consisted ot 5 and were bought.Ay or P Burns and Co The Miami Fanning Co. had thirty, and. the Al- rarta Wheat Grovers another thirty. The remainder of the car made p bj G H Moreland, ,Iohn C I Maliood, H R Johnson and oth OP JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY A. J. Mas-nurd, manager: of the Can. adiau Bank of has ovor the district between and the international .boundary. an.( reports (lint crop conditions are good in Iv'ew Dayton district ,as ahj place on this line. R. J. Carlisle, the agent for Ford motor cars, has. beei over the same territory In his1 car am reports that the hept" crops', has seen in lying between Wells Siding and Warner, SUNDAY 8ERVIOB8: Sunday Scnool, l Afternoon Service, 2pm, BTeului Service, 7 tm JOHN F. ANDERSON, WOULDN'T IT BE LUCKY Toronto Tuly Gallowaj of military headquarter: here believes that three of his nieces, one of now lives in Vancouver, entitled to share In the five million for- tuno left bj Dr Taylor, once of Montreal Dr Taj lor was the grand fathel of Col Gallon a J'i nieces' A pinch of baking powder J.n a cup of waler used as a mouili wash Just before going to the denllsl makes the uK juuou legs sensitive to pain, Rich Silverware rich in quality tnd every liome. Tl.'s brand known H thai Yfurt" It n tht originil .and genuine "F "H the I ;