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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Kit KB KB KB KB KB :B m s t IfKB IfKB f> iKB' 'ros. Ltd. CHOUSE OF QUALITY" .Special Sale For Ten Days Only LADIES', CHILDREN'S, AND MEN'S OXFORDS -.AND' SLIPPERS. All at 20 lier.-cont discount, i Vir ot shoos for LADIES''sUMMER UNDERWEAR In all classes, for djscount.oHMnarked. prices...- tV fc The Herald o HAS-BEEN MOVED TO' ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING 1-rom this'.offlce all our business ,outh of LetUbridge is transacted nnH'our Mr! talt has autliority to act tor us. LetKbridge Herald Printing Co; .TQUR TO ORIENT .-t 1013 a number of American 'Slinday 'school specialist's, including ri; J. Mrs. Haraill, Mr. Frai.lcL, .Brown, aud M.r.. Car- penter.-wlil visit the Orient, to study Siinday school 'conditions and needs, and .to hold from twenty to thirty Sunday 'school'i conventions and in- stitutes en route-to the World's Sun- day''School-'Convention at Zurich, 1913. TiiWflrsi party 'will leave San Fran- cisco tn-'.Tariuairy, Wia', for the Philip- pino Islands, where, a series of public gatherings will'-be-held. There are the. Philippines English.- A Sunday school union; lorg'anlzed in'.1811, at which and which was ad- dressed Forbes, Bishop'-nrent now lias a membership-of under the lead- J._H. L.-: MqLaughlin, of the Bible Society. The .-.publloations are printed In threes and Include such works. amHiirlburt's Normal Lessons, The Sscc6nil party, leaving San Francisco In March, 1913, will join the fifit party' in Tokio, Japan, in "cherry blossom and the united forces'' will' travel ''through Japan, China' unit'Korea, thenco over the Trans-Siberian railway to the world's Kvonth Sunday School convention. Japan Is one of tho finest fields library, a Sun- day school paper and other literature. At the Sunday school convention in Tokio more than were present. There are now enrolled in the Japanese Sunday schools. A remarkable Sunday, school awak- ening is 'manifest in China, with dilO in the Sunday schools. Rev. B. G. Towsbury, of Shanghai, for many years a Congregational missionary, is secretary, and has Chinese secretar- ies in several he trains for service. Six translators are. constantly at work on Sunday school books. The demand greatly. exceeds the sunnly. Marian Lawrence's "How to Cdnduot a Sunday Frank L. Brown's "The Superintendent and His and Trumbull's "Teachers and have already been translated .J.nto Chinese. Korea presents a Held for Sunday the leader- ship of National Secretary J. C. Holds- croft .of Pyengl. Many schools are be- ing organized, several having a regu- lar attendance ot from 1000 to 3000. In one town of population there are 2300 In the Sunday school. Bible Institutes are held in all parts of Korea, and. work has greatly prospered. Some of the members of the visit- ing party are'members of a commit- tee of tho world's Sunday School As- sociation, to report lo the world', con- vention at Zurich on SunHay school conditions, needs and opjMrtunlUes of Oriental countries, tho Sieport lo form the basis of future work on Sunday school, linA. Mr. lleins will bo chairman of thik com Harness Makers Won't Locate With General Stores Carrying Stock Raymond, July ,ls undergoing :the' difficulty experienced by, many'towns fn "the portioning to Che-different stores wmit1 they should and should not handle. In a small town of less porportions than Raymond it is necessary for merch- ants to carry a little of everything, and ruu a departmental store oil .a small scale, 'but when a town be- comes the size of Raymond it would seem that tho time has coma when the different lines of goods should in a measure be separated and given to the different -trades, to which they belong. A harness maker this week came to town and he has been the fourth to make enuuiry regarding an opening for this business the last week, 'but when ho heard that several of the stores were dealing in harness he 'pulled out without start ing a shop. Two other business nieu of the town complillnod to the Herald in the same connection that the goods which properlv heloug to a stole lun for tho express purpose of handling a certain line ot goods in connection with a certain trade or profession have been duplicated in the general stoies of the town and thus the busl ness of the tradesmen has been par tidll} spoiled R-vjmond ib Hi bad need ot i 1m ness shop and all the harness makers who ap plied stated that thej will no start if they are t'J set repair work only. It seems to us the time whei tho of the town demand that more complete stocks o different lines of good., bo ca-ried and that these lines be separated to a certain extent and en to the de partments to hlcli thev belong The-Herald Is t'hls week called imp, to chronicle the death of another .o' tho most piogresslie cltlzepb of Raj mond dlst let Mr Jos Makavish moved to the. farm, on which he .ha been living east of.the sugar factors eight OT nine years ago... Coral.ni from Liverpool, Bng., and jhomesteae ing at Taber, Mr. Alakavish made r great success of mixed fanning, an was one of- Raymond's successful bee raisers. He was a man who liyet was not much in -th public eye. He-has been ailing ,to some months iast with, an affection o the heart, and its accompanying com plications, but had rallied during th last week, and was thought to be pro grossing .favorably when a sudde turn for-the worse, came, and he pass ed away early on Saturday morning Mr. Alakavisli had spent, five year ndertaken will be a branch leaving his Toad-'at Wilson and running down o RayWond. This road, too, is to be roperly graded and will in time be xtondcd through to Cardston. 'Yesterday afternoon at the ward onferenco of tho Young Ladies' II ut- L! Improvement Association of the rst ward Mrs. J.. stake presided and gave a report f Hhei confeience held Cake ''-Mrs. Weed sjiokq on enthiis- >sm to MiW- McCarty n library work; Miss Lura Redd, take secretary, on the importance of opd attendance, and Mrs. Ernest Briiniwe'll on missionary work. The ollowing offjcers took part in the ad- ressos of 'the afternoon: Mrs. 0. H. Snow, Mrs. Nalder, Miss Maralda Al- en, Dorothy 'Young.'MisB Viola -lieu. Miss Hicken, Miss Hazel Allen Miss Fmma Wasden Miss Bha Pul moi Miss Vina Andeison and Mis r Anderson Ji M A Coombs of Cardston was in lajmond on Mondaj last making an in estigatioit of conditions hefore .tilting a harness shop here Mr Doombi, In company with Major iane Tail of the board Of tiade lisited several ot the jueich ints, in an get them to agiee to go out harness bus! v RAYMOND CANE SUpAR Raymond, July fac- tory of tho Knight Sugar Co., Ltd., completed a campaign of ff ff 'sugar making on Monday night in which pounds of sugar we're made. R. B. Gord- on, of Marine, City, Mich., an expert in the manufacture of ff iraw sugar, superintended the ff campaign, arid had-afe'his boll- ers Messrs. Robell ot Wallace- fi burg. Out., and Milloy of Owos- sa, Mich-. The run lias been the'company's.first experience in the manufacture oZ raw-cane sugar, is now Invested .wiih an equipment be used. at any time manufacture '.of this class of sugarl nets in older that be a. p.av in a hospital in England before men ing to Raymond, and has never bee of a very robust" constitution. On daughter, Miss teacher at Tj roll's Lake school, and a widow, vive. Rev. H. W. Toombs conducte the funeral''service'at'tho Alak'avis home on the outskirts of Raymond o Monday afternoon, when a large nmn- her of friends of the deceased gentle- man were in attendance." was made in the Raymond cemetery. "The sympathy of tile entire community goes out to the widow and to' Miss Alakavlsh In their hour of -bereave- ment. B. AInsworth, provincial inspector' for the In Raymond this week, and in conversa- tion with the Herald representative announced in part the future program of his department tor road miking In the Raymond' district. Gangs are 'at worlcSit the present lime between Stirling and Lethbrldse making''a trunk-road which is to graded 'a'iid made passable at all seasons of-' the year. Tho next piece of work to be ng proposition, for, man nho start an up to date jjhpj', Mr Coomtos s -i man with cupifij, and he mti mated to IJie Herald that if he should go into business here he would prob ably buj a lot In the business section of the and erect a suitable build. Ing- In which, to his .harness business. i> At the (.onjoinl meeting in the sec ond ward next (Sunday foV lowing progiam will be ghen Guitar aolo-0 F. Gal. biaith duet Mable IKuig and Winona Ilreenbaoh; Era est Bramwell; vocal solo, Albert Pow ell U tho time this budget was prepared -the program foi the Brsi nard was baldly completed but it consist in pirt of a banjo solo bl Ml Burrils piano solo Mrs Wai laoe Cowlej quartette bj Misses D Young, R. Stevens, M. Skouson good as that raised 'under1 -less scientific auspice.. ,0f course the gras. had to be out: and when the-Question came of dis posing of It tho secretary said 'Peed it to the horees." But It Jiappened, inp spite of the flno appearance of grass, it was largely mixed with dan y delions, in spite of the fact that thsr piire food board was operating than a block away. So there were, slathers of fine lawn grass carried the stables, and the pampered borses{ o( thp department promptlv. turned; up their 'noses at It and demanded real hay. Tho liostlers, Ignorant of the source of this sudden grass Influx, demanded with force and prof.initv to who thorn was around the dopaifment, who did 'not know enough about hor: scs to think they would eat dandelion1 hay. So for a week the carted Into the front door of_ the stable and carried out ot tU and' thrown on tlie dump ;