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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta iflay, July 21, IMS THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KB .KB-! KB KB K B KB KB K, B K B K B K B KB KB KB KB KB is KB KB KB KB ifB KB King Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" 'V Special Sale For Ten Only LADIES', CHILDREN'S, AND MEN'S OXFOROS AND iLIPPfcM. All at 20 per cent dlieount. A of tor LADIES' SUMMER UNDKRWEAR'in.all for- 20 per cent discount off marked prices. FANCY MIWLINS VOILES, LAWNS, REPPS, LUSTRES AND LINENS All at 20 per cent discount. ALL EMBROIDERIES ANO LACES, lew 20 per cent discount. AND'LATHER BELTS at 30 per cent- diBCOUIlt, LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS in various shades aad latest stvles AH ut 2a per LADIES LIELE GLOVES In Muck, white nnd JIaizo Dent's t-.c per-pair. WOOL DRESS GOODS, All at 20 per cent discount. AH good marked in plain figures. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K'B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, Agenti.fpr tierz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Gome in'and test the new light; We can instill a complete system in.y home or business place. An excellent light for churches. "Our Study Lamp is a quick seller.' Raymond, Alta. WORTH LOOKING INTO is ,onr prices on high grade building lumber. When you see the qualib ind get ourj estimate for your lumber supply you will find thai., it -defies competition. Our lumber is thoroughly sea- soned and is cut from the choic- est tho foiesti, yield and we can supnh jpu with everUning for both outside interior .woik from cellar to loof at prices 1 hard to beat. LUMBEdJl-CO., LTD.. RAYMOND, ALBERTA ;Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta of the Fineit Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BEEEDERS OF FIRST CLASS MORSES AND-CATTLE. THE H0RSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT OF WHICH ARE TURN-ED OIF YEARLY SOME THE BEST' DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. VHAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EI6HT THOUSAND ACRES OF OOOD FARM ANO RANCH LANDS' E. P. ELLISON .Manager JAS. E, ELLISON The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDINS From ibu oiSce -II ou', south of Lsthbridge trmistctsd 'tad-our Mr. Tail has authority to for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. RAYMOND SUGAR FACTORY IS WORKING NIGHT AND DAY Raymond District Eiiyrnoiid will'begin to liar I nnd Spring Wheat in the .-'first week-in August. Watch'.for-the Raymond-Display at (lie .Dry Farming Con- gress. The Board of Trade will tell you more about the dis- trict. t, Write to W. McD. TAIT, Secretary Some Good Ship Sheep Walks Early Closing Violations Raymond, July Knight -will his year have one of the largest crops that he has ever grown on his 'arms in the vicinity of Kayraond. On ,ho. Butte north of town -nf vhicn R. D. Sklnkel IB manager, It IB anticipated that -Mr.-Knight will have n the vicinity bushels -of grain. Five hundred and fifty acres of this farm arc seeded to hurley and "00 acres :to In addition to this arge area, there is something in the neighborhood of acres of alfalfa. On Mr. Knight's farm east of Hay- nond, generally known as there s also a .large area of alfalfa, and on a. .piece of land south east of Raymond there will he something in the neigh- lorhood of 300 acres in oats and ulfal- a On the Buck ranch, of which It. Orgill has charge, Mr. Knight will lave 350 acres of barley and -150 acres of oats. On this farm last year oats went as high as JOO bushels to and' there Js every r indication .hat this year there will he as large i .crop. There has been a lot of complaining amongst tho farmers In some district-s over 'the fact tlmt the department of natural resources of the C. P. R. have bought teams for itself in this locality with which to do Us work on the ciin- ale. The objection raised is tlmt this work should have been given to teams n the district during .the time 'that thev were not for work on ihe 'arms. Speaking with C. D.' Rbmerll, foreman of this division of the irriga- tion system, -he informed the Herald that farmers will still get all the work that 'their teams can do through this country. He explained that as it'is at he .is dependent on deal teams for any work -which-re- quires to he done, and very often It is absolutely impossible to get the work In order against an eventuality of this kind, the com- 3any have secured. a few teams for .hemselveii which they will use on im- portant pieces of work at seasons when farmers horses are busy. Dr. J. S. Wray addressed the par- ents class at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints last Sun- day morning on the subject of "Sum- mer Diseases." In his openin, marks the doctor made mention of the fact that the time is speedily coming when religion and science will come together without contradiction. He complimented the class on the inter- esting subjects they were taking .up in their class, remarking that they were in accord with the subjects dis cussed at the meetings of the Wo. men's institutions throughout the Pro- vince of Alberta. The marshal informed the Hereld yesterday' that the closing hour arranged for in: the town hylaw which h being violated in some cases by the pool parlors of Raymond, is to be enforced Thfe "closing hour is 12 o'clock and hereafter the pool parlors will close sharp at this time. Marshall Harris will also-see that the bylaw respecting the driving of bicycles oh Raymond's 'walks .w also be enforced, but with some.modi- fication. Mr. Harris, has, taken tt up- on himself to make the restricted walks .those lying between the cross- Ing soiith of the Raymond Mercantile Co.'s store and the-Alta Theatre. Rid- ers may use their wheels on the walks in the other pants of town, hut must assume 'heir own risk and wlll.be compelled to either get off the wheel and walk past the -pedestrian or get off the walk altogether in p.assing on the street. The fine 'for the violating of this bylaw is as a minimum and 1100 as a maximum. 'The young ladies of the Mutual Improvement Association of tho first ward1 entertained LOG mures ui IM the second'ward at the home of Mrs. homo'they .found that jwdjieen Wm. Redd Sr. on Monday night of this week.. The tables were set and were nicely decorated with flowers. Dainty place cards decorated in water colors, by Mrs. 0. H. Snow and .written toy Geo. T. Wrlde, told the-guests their positions at the table. A very dainty lunch was served by Mrs. Redd and her assistants. Toasts were drunk to the officers .of the two organizations. Afrs. J. W. Evans and L.-.5. Roy for the first ward' Dorothy Young for the second ward officers, and Mrs. J. F.. Gordon tov the officers of the Mutual. Improvement Associa- tions of both wards.. Games were played throughout the evening. Rov. H. W. Tobmbs preached last Sunday 'oh "Tile Question of the taking for his text "What think ye of the The works and property committee of the town' council met ou Friday night iii "the council chamber of the town' hall when" W. A. Adams, engin- eer of Letlibrldge, was present and submitted plans arid'specifications for the new walk's which Ray- mond-is to .begin building in the near future" The major called lor tenders, a ..notice "appearing for the Hrst time in 'the Lelhbridge Herald of Saturday last. VMr, Adams was in ward entertained the young ladles o [hey went to get their horaes to onme Raymond all day Fi idav and w itii his tw'6'.assistants took levels and got figures for the report which lire sented on Fridai nifcht Wm. Blair is this week moving his stationery from th-a business has been located .for some'years, into the drug store Ihe shelving on .the the store is to be devoted to of Mr. Blair's Miss Heggie Is'to be in charge. The Knight Sugai Co is bus) work ing both night ind dli with two com piete gangs boiling sugar and orepar ing the refined product tor shipment R'. 15.' Gordon o CitJ Mich is factory superintendent Mr Gor don is a cane sugar expert and has sugar boilers with him as assistants A. W. 'Rohell and Tib Moliej both from Marine City. It is anticipated that .this run will be over a week from'-today, but theie is a probabilits that another consignment, of raw sug- ar may lie bl ought in ind refined Judson H. who was tak- en to Lethbridge on 'Monday morning charged with stealing nom the house of Hebei (hnstenson was sen teheed to two months in the jail The 'father o.' the boy" returned on Monday, night and ovpressed him self the sentence believing" that it. will serve as a les son which will .be helpful t'o his son iii. the .future The younger brother f ho it'was thought was implicated untied, the halter uhanks fastened u and the team -turned for home. The two young men were driven as far as the Pothole, and here they were in- formed that some one bad caught the team on the road; taking the harness off and turning: them loose in a pas- ture. Needless to say it .was in the small hours of the morning before the missionaries gotjhome to the Su- gar Town. On Thursday, of this week the first conference of.. Young.. Ladies .MuU ual Improvement. .Ass.ociatlqu-, of the second; ward .wllj be will convene at to o'clock In the morn- ing- and .another at 2' o'clock in the afternoon. I-ieury Holmes, 'Who took In the ex- cursion to the Experimental Farm at Lethbridge last Saturday, brought wlth: him samples, of Siberian alfalfa. Dr. V. -.V.. Christie, veterinary sur gech of. Cardston, .was in Raymond on Monday and Tuesday in his official capacity as veterinary surgeon for the district. He was accompanied F W. Falconer, brand inspector, and the two proceeded to the ranch of Meeks Bros., to look after dipping arrange- ments as a preventive for mange. C. Woursell, of Calgary, was in town on Monday looking after the shipping of 300 head of cattle which he bought in Raymond aJid which are being shipped north The people of Raymond are asked not to forget the board of trade meet- ing v.111 be held on Wednesday afternoon of next neel it o clock in the afternoon. At this meeting ar- rapgements will be made toi the dis piaj at the Dry Tai'mmg Consicss at Lethbridgt next October, and pthfr Items of interest will also :be discus sed. Ravmond Knight shipped from Leth bridge on Mondit night UOO head of sheep They verc sold to I P Wit son. buyer for the Swift Canadian Co Three cars went to Moose Jaw and another five were :sent through to Montreal. K. -D. Williams, went to Lethbridge with the sheep and as sisted in loading and shipping The Herald publicity number is hav a splendid sale at Raymond. Wm, Blair at .the .local drug store has the exclusive sale, for Raymond, and has disposed of a -large number of copies. There are still some left, and those wishing them to distribute to friends may 'have them. Raymond. Knight is determined that his house shall be one of the most up to-date in Raymond, and is this week haling implements made A range .holier and bath are being in stalled and in bed room there will be T basin vith hot and told itei ft e pi-ice is ilso being built in the. living room which wil who it was tnougnt impnuueu UUML i" das' been altogeihu cleaied of inj add greatlj to the comfort of the Implication in the crime. The secretary of the board of trade' has received fiom the department of natural resources of the G P R Cal gary, a hand book of information re gardiny business and industrial op portunHies in Western Canada Raj mond has a small place m this pub iicaiion, in which the population is given as USD with i tnnutaiv populj tionio-r 450, making a total of 1930 for tlie district. The district is described as being given over to grain growing and" cattle, raisins'. The .publication is monthly nnd a roport of tho con ditions ot business openings be sent each -.month by the secretary of the board of trade. B. Spencer ounfc was at Wolling last Sundaj ifternoon where'the re gillar service was turned him and he used the occasion to p.esent his family.to Diamond City where H the work of the Noting Mens Mutual I Is now mastei mechanic for the Uii home. 'Dr. B. F. Keillor went to Lethbridge pn Mondaj night to meet Keillor is to join her hurtand here. T he remembeierl that Mrs Keillor iv as once a leachei on the fflaff oi Ihi llsjmond public school and her Raj raond friends will welcome her back to tho Sugar Town again. The telephone lines in the ucimtj of Raymond have been out of order Lightning plaji-d havoc heUeen Loth bridge and Raymond, and it was no til! lale yesterday afternoon that re ivere effected The line io New Dayton was also out of order, but al are running smoothly again. T S. Finch, lute chief engineer o the factory of the Knight Sugar Co at Hi) mond is A initor m town M Finch moved three months ago W'ltl liis family to Diamond City where Iv Improvement Association In the evening Mr 'ioung went on lo Ma grath, and with one assistance of Mr Alberta Powell held similar meetings Messrs Albe t Powell and Earl Sco vll wore missionaries to LMagrath last Sunday and were guests, at the Mer- cer home. After-the meeting when inoud City Coal Co. F. T. Holt is making a cinder walk from the street 'to his house. Th appearance of Raymond's residence might be ranch improved if more o the citizens would follow suit. .las. Rodehack has-just -relunw from a trip to Many! Berries in 111 WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME: SNAPS IN THE CAHDSTON DISTRICT AND FARM LANDS AT SACRIFICE PRECiEg Jlised farming'.is the o-aly sure nel.mid and you will adopt 11. Let us talk this niaaer o-'er we can suit you It thereis anything in Ihe Hca, Estate lino you want we can supply I; at tUe right price. We have io loan on improve! farms, SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED GEO. H. BUDD, MANAlSER Raym.nd; Phone -R.im .loek, L.thbrldg.; Ph.n, O'Brien-Haider Co. Ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 per cent-. Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Per lien's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 Pcr ccnk Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alta. Icinity of Bad Water lake, in the outh eastern portion of the piov- nee, whore he went in the discharge if his du'tles as bailiff's assistant. The Department of Public Works lias a gang of men on the streets now estroving weeds Scythes are being used and everything of a noxious na- ure It, -being chopped down. Mrs Snunders, a former resident Raymond, hut now" of s visiting at tUe home of Mis Cooper t will he remembered that Mi Saund ers for many years ran n batncra shop east of the O'Brien and Nalder slots Mrs S B Card and left for he KlrcnTdy ranch on Tuesday -where .Irs Card will spend couple -ot nouths wltli her motlm, Mrs Wit- luuiiu beck Mrs (Key) H. W lodmbs is suffer- ng from a poisoned hand Mr and Mrs Oscar Hooej spent he week end at the Ravjnond Hotel Mr Hooey s uome ia itt Uiee Lake, WIs, v.heie he li, now in the lumber business and is as well'a large faim- Mr llcoei has been making per jodic visits to Southein for some twelve jears, and has been coin anmuillv to Haynond eight jeais He has land one mile of the Sugar factory, which Arthui Nil' sion is handling this sear, and also land south ami east, of Stirling In com.ersatlon with i repiesenlntive of this pnpei Mr Heoej spoke enthiis astlcall} of Southern Alberta He as of the opinion, howevei,