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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Rill unlay, .Tnly 27, .IDAS THE LETIJBBIDGB DAILY HERALD fase 11 KB KB; KB K'B KB KB R1V KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KB KBA KB; K'B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB "HOUSE OF QUALITV" _v.. Special Sale For Ten Days Only LADIES', CHILDREN'S, AND MEN'S OXFORDS' AND SLIPPERS. All ut 20 cent A pair of -shoes for LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR In all clauses, for 20' per cent discount off marked prices. FANCY MUSLINS, VOILES, LAWNS, REPpS, PIQUES, CUSTRES AND LINENS All nt 20 per cent -discount. V.: ALL EMBROJDER1ES AND LACES, lcs-3 20 "'discount. -ELASTIC AND LEATHER BELTS at 20 per cent discount. LADIES' .WALKING SKIRTS In various shades trad latest styles. All a't 2fi per cent discount. LADIES' LISLE GLOVES In black, white ami Maize Dent's two spring, for 25 cents per pair. WOOL DRESS GOODS, AH-at 20 per cent discount. -AH goods marked in plain figures. Ltd. ..CHOUSE'.Ofc.QUALITY" vRaymond KB KB KB KB .KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B K B B KB K B ne? Paii es in yqur houe..or business .de building lumber. When you see the quality and get our estimate for your lumber supply you will find that it-- defius. -competition. Qiir 'umber is thoroughly, sea- soned and is cut from the choic- est the forests yield and we can j supply you with everything for both .outside and anterior work from cellar to, roof .at prices to heat. EQUITY LUMBER, LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING Prom this office-all our business south of Letbbvidge is transacted End our: Mr. Tail has authority to act tor us Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. KAYMOND J. M. .Neel, whoso farm is in sef tion 32-4-20. informed the Herald that on Saturday of last week lightning 'killed-two horses one mile south of 3ns buildings QIIQ, horse a hilt mile eaat and half i mile noith Ther'Btorm was a bad one while It lasted and it tjuite evident fiom that, gome done Jri tho hill, the 'Sputlu s bunch ot horses ho purchased from J b Pea cock Medicin-e Hat, art; to arrive 'in kdymond'today Travel has been made difficult owing: to the fact that a number of the Percheron mares hart colts on tbe and have im- peded the progress of the bunch. B. Kins-ay and V. Haggle left the outfit at Marker's ranch east, of NeW pay ton on Tuesday last home in Raymond. Ira and Wilfred Harris are plowing on the farm of -las. Walker ..five miles east of Raymond, Speaking with T W. Harris yesterday the Herald" was informed that the Harris outfit have never had an occasion to stop. their work in this district owing ;to-the drouth, and that of twenty ff've acres a day has been turned over. C. S. Bnrley and J. Burchill, gov- ernment telephone cable splicers, who havo 'been in Raymond for tlic past couple of weeks, left yesterday for Lethbridge, having completed their work here, Tho pay roll of. the department of natural resources of the C. P. R. at Raymonds-has grown to a consider- able slxc._ Men and teams have been at. work on tbe reser.voir at the sugar factoi'j, an4 aiong >the making repaiis and McKeown was'in town this Week with cheques for the .men. v ;A large Reeves engine belonging to T. W. Harris slid off the embankment on the bridge west of the. sugar fac-. tory as it was being driven into tho town on Friday morning.' The bank was dug down and the engine levelled nnd it came out without any 'damage. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 'Mr, nnd Mrs. Dnvtd Mcld'runrand'.Mrs.'G.. K. Kirkham were visitors'to Magfath on Thursday night, of last, week, at- tending tho silver .wedding of Austin Uennett. Raymond District Raymond will begin to harvest Fall and Spring Wheat in the first week'in August. Watoli for the Raymond Display at the Dry Farming Con.-, gross. The Board'of Trade will tell you more about, the dis- trict. Write to W. McD. TAIT, Secretary Raymond, July Y.L.M.I.A. of the second ward at Raymond met for conference on Thursday last, hold- ing two sessions, one at 10 o'clock I (he morning and the other at 2 o'cloc In the afternoon. At both of thesv sessions Mrs. J. W. Eviuis, president of the ward, presided, while Mrs. H.'Walker took charge. The session was given over entirely to testimonies in which some twcnti eight persona took part. At noon i dainty luncheon w'as served ,hy th officers of the second ward to members of the conference who were present at the morning session. In the afternoon at 2 o'clock the follow- ing stako officers were sustained: Mrs. J. P. Gordon, Mrs. B, II. Weed and Mrs. Ina Kricson, coun- cillors; Miss Liwa Redd, secretary, and Mrs. Ray Knight, 'Mrs. Ei-jiest Brain well, Mrs. A. H. Jonson and Miss Maud McCarty, aids. The officers of the local association were also sus- tained: Mrs. .T. W. Evans, president; Mrs. J. 'H. Walker and -Miss Ruby Stevens, councillors; Miss Dally Eric- son, secretary-treasurer; Miss Lorettn Salmon, assistant secretary and jour- nnl agents, aids and class leaders were also sustained. Mrs. Ernest Bramwell addressed tho conference on the h-eneflta o-f mutual work; Miss McCarty spoke on: library work, re- commending tho course "of reading prescribed in the journal of the Young Ladies' Mutual linp'ravement Association, The hooks of the first ward are to be divided 'between the first and second wards. Mrs. Weed spoke along general lines of, jnuiual work. JUKI Mrs. J. F. Gordon presented the report of the conference at Salt Lake City. During the afternoon ses- sions reading was R. Skouson; 'Mrs. D, A. Bennett, Miss Ina Ericson and Mrs. Erlcson aaug a1 trio. This is 'the first ward" confer- ence of the new ward, and'thc'youn'g ladies are going into the work with much enthusiasm and with 'good proa nccts for a successful term. Raymond is anticipating a bounti- ful harvest If orders placed, for'twine are any indication of the business which is to be dene. The. Raymond Mercantile Co. Ltd. have an order for pounds, pounds of this heing standard and 1500 pounds pure manllla. Z. N. Skouson will -handle pounds, pounds standard, and GOOO pounds pure.nianilla. O'Brien S'alder Co. Ltd, anticipate tbe sale of 7500 pounds, and this .will be mostly standard, King Bros, toave placed an order for 5000 pounds manilla, and probably order again later in the season. In conversation with D. A. Bennett, manager of the Raymond Mercantile Co., he" stated to the Her- ild that a shortage of twine is antici- pated, and the McCormick people will-not be able' to guarantee delivery of any twine after this order.has been, filled. Raymond will sell in tho nolKJi- jcrhood of! fifty, binders. O'Brien Balder Co. estimates a sale of .20, and thebe will be Alassei Harris and John Deeie makds Z N Skouson yho handles Deering machinery, will loll about-twelve, and the Raymond' Mercantile Co. about the same niim- ier of McCormick's. There, is riot nuch indication in this that there" IE my great damage don-e to crops in he .Raymond district this year. Es- tecially in consideration of, the fact hat so many (binders were sold here si. year. A complaint has been made on" the )art of business men on the south ,jrtlon of Broadway that the restrict ed area upon which 'bicycles may not ise the Broadway walks is too limit-, id. It was pointed out to -Marshall larris and the Herald in conyersa-; ion with one oc these business men hat at ihe post office there was dan- j jcr of accidents from wheels in pass-! ng the post office door. Two cases i cited, one told of a bicycle pass-! ig the post, office at a good rate of. j peed, while the mail wagon was topped there and the sacks were j jeing hauled from the vehicle to the j lost office, and several people stand- j ig In front waiting for tho.distiibu-j Ion of mail. Mr. King also iold of! a man having a narrow escape recent- ly from spilling a box of groceries, owing to -tlie sudd-en approach of a wheel as ho stepped out of thu door. Councillor O'Brien, who is chairman of the committee controlling such was present at this conversa- tion, ant! it was agreed that, t'nr the present th-a district effected should extend from King Bros, store on the south end of Broadway to the theatre, and that till such times as complaints arc made against the uoe of the walks for this purpose in the other parts of the -town, riders of wheels may use the-walks at their own 'risk. It was also pointed out that in the bylaw there is nothing re- garding lights on bicycles at night, and this will probably 'be attended to later.- President Ernest Bnvniwell, prin- cipal of the Knight Academy at Ray- mond, returned home. on Thursday night after a six weeks' vacation and study at Chicago university. The pre- sident went-vlfi Winnipeg to the Win- dy City, and immediately began his studies there.' He has been hearing lectures in psychology from the moat eminent professors of the American continent and conies back better fitted for his work as principal of the grow- ing Institution. In addition to his psychology Brain well has also taken- lectures In 'other teacher's sub- jects. In conversation with the Her- ald'the president'tbid of Dowie's suc- cessor, Vclive, 'issuing a command fram Zion City-tb1 the Dowieites of Chicago and to those cities at once as they were about to be destroyed, president cas- uilrj remarked tllat he left Chic igo the next d i> In A; Bennett, manager of 4he Raymond Mercantile Co the Herald was mfoim ed that Mr. Benifott lia'd in his'garden tomatoes as a. dollar piece President !H S Al erf has, a tree of large apples ivhile Dr V, ill Stnne D H TCIiiiey David Mol drum. and others-have' trees heavily I DOCTORS GAVE HER UP Stuart Finally Saved By Lydia E. Vege- table Story Elmo, think your Vegetable Compound is wonderful for it has helped me. I had four doc- tors and they said I had female troubles and a tumor and nothing but an oper- ation would help me I 'could not sit'atil! long, enough to eat, and could ale'ep hardly any I was in so much misery with pains in my side and back. "A year ago last spring my doctor gave me up, and he was surprised to see me this spring and to see my condition I give Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound the praise I gu I know I would not be here today or have our baby boy if I had not taken it." -MnifcAXAK J. STUAJIT, R.P.D. No. 2, Box Mo. Th'e success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and" unparalleled. It may be used jJftfpVrfect confidence by women who ihflam- periodic .pains, backache, bearing-down or Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable' Compound is the stan- dard remedy ills. If you wont special advice write I.jiili-E. Pinkham Medicine Co: (confi- dential) JIaJs. tour letter will oncncil, ranii'-and answered bv n held ID strict cenflieicc. laden with small apples. Nearly every- one in town has a large number of berry bushes, these arc just loaded lo tbe ground. The Herald was invited to Inspect the orchard of Bishop Anderson the other day, and found his bushes so laden with cur- rants and berries that they almost touched the'ground; and Mrs. Ander- son remarked thut the week before she had sold from these bushes. Several travellers from Leth- bridgo have, .beep .enquiring as to a regular supply of small _ fruit from the district of Raymond, and it is probable that arrangements will be made by which' red, white and black currants, gooseberries and raspberries will be shipped from here during the of tbe.aeason. Construction gangs arc at work'this week on the from'Stir- "ling to is to -be start- ed frqm.boih endjs''of tbe a probable nieeting-j.-ylrtce. will, be Ma- grath or Spring It'Is'sntici- tlj'iS adoption of the new system will .probably mean some changes on tbo s Cardston branclh Speaking with Agent Tlanua, at Ray- mond, the other day ibe Herald learn- ed that Mr. lianha an op- erator and lhat no change will be necessary, at Raymond, but at the other stations on the Cardston branch none of tbe employees are operators and it will lie necessary to either re- place, the present agents with men who are operators, or, else to appoint assistants who are operators. Tlie "eiviue wiii' :oe a aeciaeu im- provement as under the present si's- not. always, convenient to get wire matter off. The press In the south, country -will perhaps receive as much 'benefit as any. The iucon- vcnience of having to telephone long news items for and having them -wired" .from-. Lethbridge wil now be obviated. Secretfii-j' Wride, on behalf of Ray- moiiU, IiH-g been notifying 'cenienl workers whom he knows, calling their attention to the fact that tenders for the construction of cement walks have 'been advertised for by the town The one these special let ters has been received from Hotson Leader and CJoode of Let abridge1. A copy oE the specifications has been sent to this firm. It is reported here that B. B. Hicks is to tender -lor the work.- :Mr. Hicks has a liew outfit at Jiis disposal, and with liis large traction engine he will be able to pack and run his own cement mixer. Tbe contract will call for an outlay' of some and the work is to begin just as soon as tenders are accepted A. H. McKeowji, representing1 the board of trade- of. Tjethbrldga, was in Raymond yesterday afternoon on fou ness in connection with the land titles office which' the board is en- delivering to have established atLeth- bridge. Letlibrldge seems to have the. better claim, not only'because It is the largest customer in Uie south, of the present land titles office, but also because it is .the most central of th-e places interested. Mr. McKeown wishes the boards oC trade to pass re- solutions which are to be forwarded lo the'Ijethbridge board in support of the of the executive of the Raymond board.will be called: to'draft the resolution which will be'ratified, at the puiblfo meeting to be held In the Alta. Theatre .next afternoon Raymond visitors .for the Pioneer Day'celebration at. Magrath included Mifls'Heggie, Miss Love, Miss Cooper, Misa Fawnes, Jliss Skouson, Marie Skouson, Miss Blanco Wasden, '-Miss Retta Fawnes, Miss Brcwerton, and Messrs. flood, Cook, Fisher, Fawnns, Hegglc. O'Brien, Gillies, McD Tail, Amos, Revis, Jones, Young, Dr. Dr. Autips. Rev. Tooinbs, Mrs. Toombs, Mrs. Ames, Mrs. R. A. Amos, Messrs. Johnston, Williams, N. Skoitson, R. Skouson, D. Skouson, M. T. King, Mr. and Mrs. Mark H.'floyer, Miss Huddle, T. MUs Coxon, Jlr. and 'Mrs. T. H. Gould; C. H. Mc- Carty, Mrs. McCarty, J. T.-Henlnger, Mrs.-, Honinger. F. Ptopgrass, Keg. Kinsey, Bert Kinscy, R. O'Brien-Nalder Co. ltd. General Merchants Dnss Goods Rcducfid 30 PC1 bridge. Write ui far eatlmatM, i Enymond Alberto' DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. TO) N D OHice, Weil ot Raymond Opera HOUM- lit Street "Oay Dfc KIELLOR I i- Office 1st St. West and 1st .St. South 't Erjmdiul DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patient) must mikl polBtmecbi by mail or Office Houn: Mornings Afteimoonp PHONE M Raymond M. WALTON GRADUATE NURSE. Muternltj Work a Specialty; Raymond RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHKIIT LATTER DAY SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, .10 a.m. Afternoon Service, 2 p.m. Evonin( Service. 7pm. JOHN F. ANDERSON, On Wednesday, o! this week ,n. .num- ber of fopl: adrant-age" of .tho. haH. holiday: for this CbriB Nelson. and family picked 50 quarts of gooscbonies and W. C. Stnnip anil family, about 25 'A and Pot6r Christian-Of Stirling; were also down' to the river and each took' home pails of the'flillt. CHASE HEADACHES If your detler 'cujlftt lupply. vTtjw k tin J. L Co, P. bos poftfiU rfovlpt J ;