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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y, .Tuly 21, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIKRALH KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B K B KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Special Sale For Ten Days Only LAOJES', CHILDREN'S, AND MEN'S OXFORDS AND All at 20 cent dUcuuut. !A J5.00 pair of slioen for M.qo LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR In all chutes, (or 20 per cent discount off marked prices. FANCY' MUSLINS, VOILES, LAWNS, REPPS, PIQUES, LUSTRES AND LINENS All at 20 per cent discount. .ALL EMBROIDCRIES AND LACEB, lent 30 Per cent discount. 1 ELASTIC AND LATHER BELTS at 20 per cent discount. LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS in various shades and 'Ijiteat styles. --All irt 2ii per LADIES1 LISLE GLOVES In Mack, white and Maizo -itent's two spring, for 25 cents per -pair. .WOOL DRESS GOODS, All at 20 nor cent discount. All. goods marked in p'lain figures. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KU KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District .Raymond will begin io hanest fall and Spring Wheat in Llip in August. for (lie Raymond Display at the Dry Fanning Oon- Thc Board of Trade will tell you more about the dis- trict. Write to W. McD. TAIT, Secretary RAYMOND SUGAR FACTORY IS WORKING NIGHT AND DAY R. A. AMOS, Agentffpr x Herz Gasoline Lights 'and Supplies Come in and test the new light can ipst ill a complete system in yoni home 01 business placp. An excellent light for churches. Our'Study Lamp is a quick seller. WORTH LOOKING INTO is >our prices on high grade building lumber. When you see the quality and estimate for your lumber supply you will linri that, it -defies competition. Our lumber is thoroughly sea- soned and is cut from the choic- est the forests.yield and we can supply you with-'every thing'.; for both -outside "interior >work from cellar to roof at prices hard to beat. EQUlYY CO, RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Fineit Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BREEDERS OF FI'RST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, 0UT OF WBVECH ARE TURN-ED OFF YEARLY SOME THE BEST DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON Manager JAS. E. ELLISON Btcretiry Some Good Ship Sheep Walks Early Closing Violations Raymond, July Knight 'will this year have one of the largest crops that he has ever grown on his Earing In the vicinity of Raymond. On the Buttg' north of town. of which R.-D. Skfnkel is manager, it m anticipated that 'Mr. Knight will have in. the vicinity bushels of grain. Five hundred and fifty acres of this farm are seeded to bnrlev and 00 acres ;to otuis. In addition to this large area, there is something in thoi neighborhood of 300 acres of alfalfa j On Mr. knight's farm east of Ray mond, generally known as then is also a Jorge area of alfalfa, and or a'piece'of land south east of Raymond there "1 sometmng in the neigh of 300 acres in outs and alfal- fa; On the Buck ranch, of which R. :0rgill has Mr.. Knight will 'have 350 acres of barley and -J50 acres of oats: On this farm last year oats went as high as 100 bushels to 'the and' there is every indication that this year there will be as large a crop. There has 'been a lot of complaining amongst tho over tho fact that the department of natural resources of it he C. P. K.'have bougbt teams for itself in this locality with which to do'its work bri the can- als. The objection raised is that this work should have been given to teams in _ the district during the time that they were rtot needed for work on the farms. Speaking with C. D. Romeril foreman of this division of the irriga- tion system, -he informed the Heralc that farmers will still get all the work that their'-teams can do through this country. He explained that as it'is at present time he is dependent on local teams for any work quires to be done, and1 very often it is absolutely' impossible to get the work done. In order to .guard against an eventuality of this Kind, the com pany have secured a iffiw teams for themselves which they will use on im port ant pieces of work at seasons fanners 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 ot "Sum- mer Diseases." In his opening re- The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDIN3 From-this office alt our bUainesa south of Lethbridge is transacted rnd.our Mr. Tail has authority to act. for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. 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 class, remarking that they were Jn accord with the subjects dis cussed at the meetings of the Wo. men's institutions throughout the Pro- vince of'Alberta. The town marshal informed the yeiterday Mrs. Redd arid -her assistants. Toasts were drunk to the officers.of the two organizations. Mrs. J. W. Evans and M rs Roj Skouaon i eph ing foi the first wa'rd offlcersH''Mis8 Dorothj Young for the secpnd ward officers and Mrs. j, -F.-1 Gordon" jfor the officerfa of {he Mutual Improvement Associa tiong of both wards. Games we're played throughout the evening. Rev. If. W. Toombs preached last Sunday 'oh "The" Question of the taking for-his text "What thin of the Christ. The works and property committee of the; town council-'met on Friday night in "the council, chamber of the town' hall A. Adams, engin- eer of Lethbridge, was present and submitted plans and'specifications for the new cement walks, which mond'js to (begin building hi the near future. The mayor, has called for tendon, a notice appearing for the first time. In 'the Lethbridge Herald ot Saturday last "Mr Adams was in Raymond alt daj and with his two assistants, tookj levels and got for the wmch was lire seated on Frldax night Win. Blair is'this week moving his stationery from ''where the business has been located for some years, into the drug store. The shelving on the stoia is to be devoted to tins' department ot Mi Blaii s business and Miss HeggI is (o be iu charge. f The Knight Sugar Co. is busy work ing both night ind d tj with two com plete gangs boiling smear and prepar ing the refined product. for bhipment R C 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. "Robelland Motley, both from Marine City. It is anticipated that this run will be over .a .week from today, but time is a probability that another consignment, of raw sug- ar may be brought in and refined, Judeon H. Panebaker, who wag tak- en to Lethbridge on 'Monday' -morning charged with stealing MO from the House of Heber Cliristenaon, was 'sen- tenced to two manias in the jail. The father o' Hie boy returned on Monday night and, expressed ..him- self as .satisfied with the sentence believing thai! it willfserve as a les- son which will be helpful t'o his son in, the .future. The younger brother, if. was thought was implicated has been altogetliei cleared of anj implication in the crime. The secretary of the board of trade has received from the department of they went to get their horses >to oome homo "they found that they had been untied, the halter shanks fastened up and the team -turned for home. The two young driven as far as the Pothole, and here they were in- formed that some one had caught the team on the road; taking the harness off. and turning_theni loose in a pas- ture. Needless to say it was in the small hours of tho morning before the missionaries got: home to the Su- gar Town. On Thursday-.of thig week rfhe'first" conference Young. Ladies..Mut-, ual ,of the second; ward.wili be held. A-session will .convene at 10 o'clock in the morn ing and .another at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Henry took'in' the ex- cursion to the "Experimental Farm at Lethbridge last Saturday, brought witlj'hira samples, of-Siberian alfalfa Dr. V.: V. Christie, veterinary sur gecri of. CardDton, was in Raymond on Monday and Tuesday in his official capacity as veterinary surgeon for the district. was accompanied by F W; Falconer, -brand inspector, and the wo proceeded to the ranch of iieeks 3ros., to look after dipping arrange onents preventa'tlve for mange, C. Wotirsell, of Calgary, was in own on Monday. looking after the ihlpping of 300 head of cattle which 10 bought In Raymond -ami which are mlng shipped north. The people of Raymond are asked lot to forget the board of tr-ado meet- ng which will .be held oil Wednesday ftenioon of next week at 3 o'clock n the afternoon. At ;this meeting 'ar- anfeements will be.made for the dis- ila> at the Dry Parmins Conyiess at ibi idgL Ociobei, and items of interest .will also :be discus- O'Bpien-Nalder Co. ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 Pcr Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Per cwit. Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 pcr cent. Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale.7 Phone 13 Raymond Alia. Raymond Knight shipped from Leth- bridge on Monday Anight .1200 head of sheep Thej were sold to J P Wat- son, buyer for the SvviR Canadian Co. Tihree cars went; to Moose Jaw and anbther -five through to Montreal. R. D. Williams went to Lethhridee with the sheep and as- sisted in loading and shipping. The Herald publicity number is liav- ing, a, sHlonrild sale at Raymond. Wm. Blair at the local drug store has the exclusive sale for Raymond, and lias disposed of a .large number of copies There are still some left, and those wishing th6m to distribute to friends may -have them. Raymond Knight is determined tliat natural resources of the Cal gary, a band hook of .information .re- garding business and industrial op portunities in Western, Canada. Ra> moiid has a email place, in this pub- lication, in which the-; population is given as 14SO with a tributary.popula- tion; o? 450, "making a total of 1930 for the district. The 'described as.being given over to grain :growing and cat'tlo. raising-. The -publication is monthly anil, a report; coi ditipns of business be sent each 'month by the secretary of the hoard of trade. B. Spencer Young -was last Sunday aft.ernoonVwh'ere xthe re- gular service WHS turriediovervto him and he used the occasion to piesent the work of tiio Improvement Association. In the evening -Jlr. Young went on- (o Ma- grath, and with the assiitance of Mr, Alb-erta Powell, held similar meetings. Messrs Albert Sco- vi! were missfonarios to iMagrath last Sunday and were guests at the Mer- cer home. After tlie. meeting when his house shall be one of the most up- to-date in Raymond, and is thig week having several improvements made A range -boiler and bath are being In- stalled and in every bed room there be a basin -.yith hot and cold witcr. A fire place is also -being built in the Jiving room which will add greatly to the comfort of the iomo. Dr. B, F. Keillor went to Lethbridge pn Monday night to meet Mrs. .Keillor who is to join her husband It will -be remembered that Mrs. Keillor was once a teacher on-the of the Raymond public her Ray- mond friends will welcome her back to .the Sugar Town again. The telephone lines .in the vicinity of Raymond have been out of order. Lightning played havoc between Letli- bridge and Raymond, and it was not til! late yesterday afternoon that re- pairs were effected; The line "to New Dayton was nlso out of order, but all are running smoothly again. T. S. Pinch, Inte chief engineer of the factory of the Knight Sugar Co. at Raymond, ig a visitor Tn town. M-i Finch moved three 'months ago with his family to Diamond .City where he is now master mechanic for the Dia- mond City Coal Co. F. T, Holt is making a cinder walk from the street 'to his house. The appearance of Raymond's residences might be much improved if more of the citizens would follow suit. .ias. Rodeback has. just, returned from a trip to Many Herriog in the of Bad Water lake, In t south eastern portion of the pi o Ince, where he went in. the dlscharg of his duties as bailiff's assistant The Department of Public Work has a gaiig of men on the streets no destroving needs Scythes are beii used and everything of a', noxious" b IB 'being chopped down. Mrs. a..former. bf Raymond, but of StmttrmoT is visiting at home of MIB Coope It will be remembeied that Mi Satin ers for many vears ran a harness east of O'Brien find Nalder a-tor Mrs B Caul and baby left fo the Kircald} ranch on 'i uesday -wher Mrs Caid wjll spend j, couple -o -months ,with, her Mrs. Wi b.eck Mrs W Toombs is sufte ing from a poisoned hand Mr and Oscai Hooey spen the week end at thqt Raymond Hole Silr HooejV liome Is at Rice Lake Wis., where he is now in the I tun bt business anil is as well a large film er Mr Hroej has been maltine- pei iodic; visits to Southern Alberta fo some'tw'elve an'd'has been com lug aunualh to Raynond jeais He has land one mile east o the Sugar factorj, nhicii Arthur Ni sson is handling this year, and (als iand south and easts of Stirling v, In conversation with this paper Air. Hcoey spoke enthus iastlcally of Southern Alberta, He was of the opinion, that th the south. S Donaldson, one of the pioneers of Ihe Altorado wiites the Hei- ald that he is well crop outlook for (his jear, and to show 'that he. is. talking facts heVen- his of wheat. One of. them Is a head of spring 'wheat seven inches in length and the other of fall wheat is six and one-half inches In length. Both arc filling with good -plump grain, and Uiere Is not the least doubt'that with good harvest weather, the Altorado dlslrict will be heard from 'When the final crop returns arc announced. BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tfiismith Hot Hutlrig, Tin Rsoflnj, Ing, Steam Fitting, Hta4lng.-i We do all tht'blj jobs Write us (or xtlmalM. Raymond Alberta: PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR.J.S.WRAY (TOR. of- Raymond lit Street Phone 40. Optn Day Night DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South Raymond Alberta DR. J. EMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patlenta must polntmcntB by mill or ffiee orninci' AtUmoeu 1 PHONE ft Alterto M. WALTON __S-i 2 GRADUATE NURSB Vr-k-, Maternity Work a Phaiit aymond RAYMOND'S CHURCHES HURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of LATTEH DAY SAINTS UNDAT SBRVICBS: Sunday 10 Afternoon 2 pm. Ereuinj 8ervict, 7 pm JOHN F. ANDERSON. Blilifli MR. FARMER SPRINGE A SURPRISE IleKina. July T..I. Farmer, pastor of the First Baptist .Church here, and formerly of Stamford, pnt.. Announced this is hla last sumfuer with the Regina nongrRgatlon. He' will not quit the city, however, til] tile re- OTED TRAIN DESPATCHER DEAD St. Paul, Minn., .July body of Ransom Phclps, who died on Sat- iirdaj-, 'was cremated here Loday. Iu his early days v.-jia 0115 of the most expert telegraphers I" 'the cotnil.ry.He was employed in talcing dispatches in Washington, and took tlic first mes- sage announcing the surrender of Lee to Grant. A copy of the famous mes fe his nffprts. HR ;was also..chief, (rain dlspntcher for .the Michigan Central Railway al'the, time when (rains were first dispatched by t-elegrnph. WANT ELECTORAL REFORM, Brussels, July general .strike pairs (o-thn church here, necessary in of .electoral aa the resuh of the cyclone, are com-j fixed for the spring. in, calculated picte. Where he fs going he has not j that ihe men "ue able to hold out said. I for six weeks, ;