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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ft il 4 th THE LFHTBIUDGK DAILY Saturday.-June K ft KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K Ii Scotch Ginghams and KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB vKB 3KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. IILJIIIICC np OUALITY" "HOUSE OF OUAUTY English Prints All- at toe. The Invictus and McPherson Shoes Lii'lii's' or (-1 cuts' sixes .Prices to s.uit tlic pocket The in-west shades in f Dress Goods nros. Ycnetiini Cloths. Voilos. etc. All ;U moderate King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 K1S KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B K B KB KB A. AMOS, t Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies 'Come in and test the new light. .We. .can install a complete system -in Home or business place. An excellent light i'or churches. Our Study Lamp is a.quick seller. Bayinond, Alta. V Raymond District Kiiymond oilers tlie hest facilities lor reaching the Melutyre lea.se now open i'or homestead Splendid livery and uutoniohile service. Tlie Secretary of the Hoard of Trade will advise yon as lo route. NEW MINISTER HAS ARRIVEHT RAYMOND Mr. Toombs Welcomed-Important Event in Mor- mon of Sugar Town Ite Herbert W. Raymond. Ma.' Toombs. K.A.. Ti.lt as of III- gresallon at New I'ay'on, t Kay, Hn Will utke up house In the i-iiy ns soo he arrives. The exhibition lice patch anil H sh way 10 Ihe IMMI. vleivt.l tlu' In.vcllInK public. J. lleevea, a mi'inher of Rovern- nt survey i.tirty wockinj; west ami llh of I'.aymonil miner ill'eclion K (lorilon. I'rtsbyti'Hnn rhurr.ll n double mixed ,iuarlcltc compos- ll Of Miss Jenkins. Mrs. ll.A. Amos, Mrs. Keliior, (Or.) .-.inos. Messrs, Allies. Tall ami Or. Amos, will sins. Hev. ,d the fence Mr. Toombs will preach his first sermon stimnjmling are literally in and a large he ,l with the result of .he canvas present ty lake pan in th. Kind, anive.i in in.- finally sealed in blowing and tl., Toonibs a gradual.- Diuhonsie I'ni- carried east by the wind verslty and' comes Highly recommended A boy has been busy d a rapt-.bie ir.lnisler and di-vuted pas- tor. With him .Mrs. Toombs and cblldren. and Mrs. Toonibs' mother. Mrs. McNeil. Mr. Toomhs' coming was use unexpected. Word was recelv- d nni li.nc Hint he was ill in a hos- iltal at I-narli.ltelo-.nl and would not be -.imi. time no other word having lieen Ml. L, in-other of .Mrs. House, up till the r.iail on Tuesday j ,s on Ihe 1-adrldge ranch light. The Manse has nol been, vacated. a reception was -ml il will be a few days before Ihe j couple on Iheir ro- turn lo the southern town On Wedncsnay or next tor I'.ev. 11. W. Toon carrleil me winu imv 11011 101 n. .V hns heen l.usy durinir the last will held 111 the I'resbj-trrlai- of days IM> me dhvcUon ihel.adie, papers, and vicinity now prH.nt. a Soclely. u is that all Ho _ -mil OI till! CllUl I'll H BUILDING A BUNGALOW means a demand tor much lum- ber of a superior quality, as bungalows are no longer a cheap makeshift for summer life, but up to date, complete houses, with all Our stock of lumber is particul- arly adapted for this class of bui'lding in tact, is so complete that it can .meet any culls upon il troni a small bungalow to the more expensive, up to the most elaborate modern mansion. his spring cram, lie told the Herald j Wm' Hortense Gordon, Mrs. ..1 acres which he had swrli, A. F. McDnffee. lo sia-inc wheat on spi-Ins plowing visitor to conld not pk-k a handfnll of growing He reiurned erain. Another piece of acres Mr. I turning's train, hclnB met at l.nnd informed the Herald had been sum- his new motor car. MISS m-r fallowed and this had illy the worm.' EQUITY LUMBER, CO., i R A Y. M 5 ND, A L B E.RT A __ Knight Sugar Company, limited Raymond, Alberta Manufsctureri of the Fineit Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beete DEALERS-TN AND BEEEDERS OF, FIRST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT; OF WHICH ARE TURNED. OFF YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE'HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS week. Miss I tiourlcy. bol Mr. and members of the church wil sent to welcome the new ministe imily will be finally sellled in their U. Loss l.und was a visitor w the Her- ild ottlce on Thursday afternoon nnd In- mod the Herald thai a worm from half bridge this beck, -las. Rodeback. -Mrs. ,n inch to an inch long is utterly destroy- j Miss Am, The following were m'f "were'nnited I served and a Bood nnificnl program pro- olllciating. vlded. There will be no admission fee an, all Hie friends of the church are welcome Mark V. Oroxall. of Ihe Uidge. was i visllor In Raymond on Thursday and ii conversation with the Herald's southerl representative staled thai at the I'.ldp there were several tields of. fall whea visllors to l.eth- li: ICd. Kvensoii. K. A. 0'Brien-y der Co. Ltd. General Merchants Press Goods Eeduoed r' 30 ccnt- Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 mit- i Men's Ladies' Coats 20 PCI' ccllt- Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. Tlie growing business of tlie Security investment Co., Ltd., of. llayniond, e B sluiply igh the piece, makliiB an ir- path. Mr. l.und came town >r paris green, with which he Is sblnB j fen.-e the worms off -the Brain sur- Dimding that which has been destroyed. He Is anxious to know if any remedy t Ibis desiruction is available, and cop- j.nnil I ol' cunimmilcallons addressed lo the car Herald at Raymond will be gladly fol- ded li> any farmers wlio lind the ssarv for the niamiger. C.co. ipread himself over the work if the throe ollices. at Suit Lake City. Raymond and U-lllhrideo. It was at lirpt planned that .Mr. Budd should Have charge of the Lothbrldge olilcc. C. II. Mc- Cnny to manage the Kayinond brancli and Mr. lludd's brother lo lin'vc charge Hrst young lady in 0( L-ity, but a new anangc- nenl has Heen made by which Mr. Bljdd s to supervise, the.work of these ollices, ...ntl C. .H. Mcfarly will be in charge at t-: w Sto.ldard. of Magrath is spendinE j l.ethbrblee and O. .11. Snow In charge al fe'w itavs in 'town visiting Mr. Raymond. The Salt Lake olUce will con- Sinddnrd is now stndyinB aulomoblllnc tlnlie under Ihe old mifnii Mnrnldli Allen ;is th. Rayinoml to become a nnished auto driver and there arii. .evidences of Miss Allen tbj; speed mania. praclisi.ns in President Allen's .........I McCai-ly.'.son of Clias. llcCarly.. is -at present, writing exiimlnations at The of llaymond are asked to remember thai Ita.vmond ivard is to divided tomorrow will. Broadway as..the separating the east from the west j of i., not be coining back to.Uay- tills summer, as hii has decided to law offlce in the American city. yv H .lackson, inspeclor of Western ,rd. SpeakinE with Ceo. H.. Budd. clerk Banlc Of Montreal, and n Taylor .Stake, he infonned the ivns Herald thai the name of the liishop sel- by Hie authorities at Salt Lake Cily I visitor in town on Tuesday and, of the Raymond.branch, Wednesday of this week. Mr. .Inckson re- vonld be- given out at a meellnc tor tilt mnny IIP throuSh- mrpose. Sunday nest, anrt if the and lhu de- new bishop will lake Ihe wnj the banks could nuppty. Automobile companies .arc this year nndlns it dimcult to supply the demand for cars, in the City of I.ethbrldEC there is "not.an Overland or n ford car to be bad. One Raymond citizen lias been waiting on n Ford for two weeks now, nnd there is no hope of his reeeivius it until the middle, of next Wniy on Wednesday morning to Lcthiiriditc by Dr. for appendicitis, FranU David, Avln) for some time had Jiariie of the western division of the Rnvmonu section under the A. R- Hailway Is no business In Stirling. 'The annual' pnhliclty numhi Lethliriilce rjally Herald, has ccived by Raymond subscribers paper. One hundred addilmnal liave been received al of the Herald and Raymond olIHe of llu-se will be prepaid subscrip- .iltlce Imniedlnlely. His ordination. l_ ever, will nol take place until the Visit the authorities from Sail City next August. f Instructor Tanner of :hc Knight Acad- emy has been suffering from a severe attack of tonsilitis, and has not been able to attend lectures at the Academy. John Ilayden of the Sllgo Iron Store Co., of St. l.ollis. Mo., has been In Ray- mond this week and was the Mr. and Mrs. I.'. H. McCnrty. 'From h Mr. Ilayden Kdmonlon north John Poweison. foreman on the road- .a? me feuc.Ti wblch is being conducted by the .'arty. 'From here I depttrtm0nt of which K. Ainswortli. is the i to Calgary and j j, nt prasent woi kinf three miles Edmonton. I of, Raymond on the LcthbridEe large qnanlity or limner for bridges road. Mr. Poweison has seven leoms and and road work Is'piled at Ihe slatian ,o Line men at work grading culverts nnd be used on Ihe government work whcih is I putting the road in a better general con- In progress on all sidp.B.tif the town, j dltlon than it has heen In heretofore .ion which Is handed In during the month or June. These will alsojie on sale, and those desiring extra copies to send to may have them by ca oftlce. Tlie two Raymond paKl-s Ilie lines! in tile whole public. They are the work of .Mr. Ceo. II. Budd. manager or the Security Investment Co., lation contained In them ?sllll in an increased in- lercst in Raymond mid the surronndinB The Li-.iles1 Aid Society of the Preshy- j Paul Nakamtlr terian church mel Thursday afternoon j 100 acres of fi at the home of Mrs. F. A. Keill. At Ihe meeting the ladies planned Tor the reception which is being given next night ror tile new minister and his wife. It was reported that one of Raymond's popular inp married in the his bride havtnc cornf try to join him her In a little hookh- IIIK Scot.-hinen is'today be- l.'lty or l.ethbrhlge. from the Old Uoun- Booklet seri tltlrd -Opportunilles in Alherta" mention Is made of "Raymond as being good farm and stock-raising district. A. .1. T. Davles. S. .1. Ree 'nnd W. Hutcbart drove from Magralb un sin-a a -b Tuesday night lo allend the election of I olllcn In the Pf-cnrily Block the 'at Raymond lodge of the indepen- address, will he Rl..... the Jap who leaped from Chas Mc- the vicinity of the Sugar Factory has SO acres of Ihe land now seeded lo polaloes and the other 50 acres n c'lblmge Tbe cabbage has been plant- ed in a furrough nnd Irrigation water bus been turned on the entire 50 acres. The piece should yield an abundant cron and prove very remunerative to Ihe man who has leased it. Tlie secretary of the Board of Trade has a communication from a young Kng- llshman elghleen years of age asking for position on n farm. The younc man is willing to work far his hoard nnd iodg- ins until he experience enough, lo wan-ant a If any farmer rill call at the Herald been produced in best that has e Southern Alberta. J.lttle Irene David, douehler or Franl David, the section roreman here, is no; doing nicely recovering Horn Doth III appendicitis and scarlet rcver. Splendid streams or water arc now Bowing throug th rrigation ill within Ihe toivn limits. KpcakliiK Hupt. Romeril a few days ago he the Herald that the system both wilhl the town of Raymond and tbroush the farm district was never in belter sbapl have been fixed nnd tilt: dltelie thoroughly cleaned, and the banks repaii ed, so that no overflow is now nossibl. The .Security Inveslment Co. of Ray rnond have received from .the Sccuril) Trust .Co. of CalBary the sum of toW.llll for Inveslment in farm lands In this ills trict. This is iiart of several million dol lars wblch Ilntch ciipltiilisl dent order of II. rrmn town o miinuRt' MIC of Sectirltv In vent men I C. hrnnch, The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BERN MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE. SECURITY BUILDING From thi. office all our business gomli of I.ethbrKlBe ia trnnsaclc.1 and our Mr- Tait to act Im m. Uthbridge Herald Printing Co. There very tind patohes of Hlrnwberrle.1 In llaymond this year. The plants are now all out In Ibm'er nml there 'ire excpllent prosjiecls for n frood ybild. Snino of the plants are already huiMInf.................. mil. V.. N. Skouson has a particularly I will probably move into them Mi.mla.v. WE'RE AHEAD considerably when it comes to i comparison of MEATS We seloct ours on the principle that yon first of all want tbe best meat you can sal. So only the choicest, as you "will admit 'after a trial. Tlie fact that, we sell at poo: meat prices makes (lie trial quito easy nnd PROFESSIONAL CARDS PIEPGBaVSS BROS. MEAT MARKET phone 17. Raymond. Alll. BUSINESS CARDS DR. J. S.WRAY (TOR. '09) OHlce. West or Raymond Opera House 1st Street 'hone 46. Open Day a-'d Night KiELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st. St. South I E .yiiiond Alberta WE, PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, 'Plumb. Ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heatino. We do all the. big Jobs south of Lith.; 'bridge. Write us for estitnatei. Alberta CHURCHES DR. J. ELMER AMOS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Out or town: patients must make ap- pointments by mail or 'phone. Office Hours: Mornings Afternoons o. PHONE 69 Raymond Albertu Sunday School, 10 a.m. Afternoon..-Service, .2 .p.m.. v Evening Service, 7 u.in. JOHN F.. ANDERSON, Dllhop.; Investing ill Western t.'anadn. For tbe past week sliidents of the Knight Academy have been put Ihroush for Mie WEEK OF GALA COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT KNIGHT ACADEMY EVENTS OF IMPORTANCE llaynmml. -Jlio' I'mctlcalb vliol'e week Ihe of Iliiymond have ,oen enn-rtnlnc.l I.y student.s of the