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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Woilnoiday, June 1012. THE LETOBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KB JKB.KH KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" The Latest Designs in Scotch Ginghams and AH at 15c. per yard The Invictus and McPherson Shoes Ladies' or 'Geiits' sizes Prices 1o suit the pocket The newest shades iu Dress Goods Serges, Venetian Cloths, Voiles, Cashmpres, etc. 'All at moderate prices. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB ,KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come'in and test the new light. We can install a complete system in your borne or business place. An excellent light for churches. "Our Study Lamp is a qniclc seller. Raymond, Alta. BUILDING A BUNGALOW means av demand for much lum- ber of a superior quality, as bungalows are no longer a cheap makeshift for summer life, hut up to date, complete houses, with all modern conveniences, Our stock.of lumber is particul- arly adapted for this class of building-in -fact, is -so complete it can meet a-ny calls upon it from small bungqlow to the more, expensive, up to the most elaborate modern mansion. EQUITY LUMBER, 'CO., LTD. "RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS I3ST AND BREEDERS OF FIRST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. IHE' HORSES INCLUDE HIRE OUT 01 WHICH ARE TURNED OJT YEARLY SOME OP THE BEST" HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FORfSALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIOHT THOUSAND ACRES 'OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON Mlnigtr JAS. E. ELLISON Secretary The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From this office all our fouth of Lcthnrlilge la transacted and our Sir." Tait has authority to act for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. f Raymond District A recent shipment of Raymond beef amounted to JH ceistre the Ciutlc lumiMry for Southern Alberta. Ask the Board of Trade About It Raymond to Celebrate Dominion Day Public Meeting'Called to Arrange Details-Half Holiday in Force Raymond, June B. HL..S mot with a rather painful accident'. the other day, when he jumped from his engine and sprained his ankle. He now moving about on crutches. Tlie office of the Herald has this week Installed an electric buzzer system in the offices in the Security block. R. A. Pettis ig now receiving his :oal from tho Klpp collieries. It is aid by those who have been using to be first class domestic coal, and s selling at ?4.G5 a ton. Don't speak to President Branvwell about antolng. No doubt the party enjoyed the cool night air. Xuir sed. A dance was given In (he opera house on Monday'evening, the King's birthdas. A small was pres rat but a most enjoyable time was spent as the floor was in fine condi- tion and the orchestra excellent. One of Bay: Knight's men working on liis farm north of Raymond had a narrow escape from serious injury last week. His horse became scared at an approaching auto, and made a nlungo toward the barb wire fence, tlvo first took up the matter of a eekly halt holiday .for recreation and pleasure and hat advocated the adop tion of the plan both personally and through; the columns of .this news- pape.r. ,and we no'w'view with pleas- turoning the ridei from the saddle ure its adoption Everyone nil] toon to the fence and rubning past him. agree that it IE closely. Had itjiot been that a post the progress of the .man along the wire it is difficult to saj what the results might have been, as it was, the man's clothes were torn to tatters: Beyond a lew scratches he was uninjured Tomorrow at the regular meeting of the Women's Relief Societj a soc- ial will be held, it. being the last meeting when ladies of ihe two Raymond wards Mill assemble jointlj Refreshments will be served and a, good program will'; be rendered. A full attendance of the members Is-re- quested: President Dlamwell at the Kniglit .due of the llnest things that could happen to a com- munity. It Is our firm belief that the merchants will not lose a penny through having the weekly half holi- day nut Into effect in Raymond. Next Sunday the siake presidency will motor over to Grassy Lake where they will organize of the c-huich of Jesus Christ of I-attei Ddv Saints, This will be the third ward to be organized this year iii the Tay- lor stake, and shows that tile mem- bership is growing materially thiough out the south country. The regular monthly conjoint meet- ing of the Mutual Improvement Asso- O'Brieo-Nalder Co, Ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 Per cent- Ginghams and Calicos Iteduced 25 Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 Per cent.' H Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. Academy will e In the course of held in th a few weeks for Chicago, where he J. H. Hill has moved into the resi- dence recently vacated by Mr. T. j. Dalies, who removed a few weeks ago to Magrath wheie ho has opened up in business on his own account. Mr. and 'Mrs. Kay Knight motored over to on Friday. John Gibb of Jlagrath was a, visitor in Rajmond last Monday Mr. Gibb sold a span of work horses to W. Church for ?JOO. Tlie Misses Richardson and Will Ririe and liert Anderson of'the Garden City, ivere usitors to Ray- mond on Sunday. They returned home that same evening. Miss Dessa Johnson, a former stud- ent of the senior clas? of the Knight Academv, hut non of Hlllspnng, last week in Raymond attending the commencement cimuaua at the Acaa- emy. J. D. Costley and A. Carter of Mam- moth were in Raymond, on Monday disposing crt seveial teams of horses to Mr. Church. Fary Young of the Lethbridge Iron Works, Lethbridge, has been spend- ing a few days visiting friends and relatives here. Quite a number of Raymond people took advantage of the cheap rates to the Mutual Impiovement Associa- tion conference at Salt Lake. The fol- low ing purchased tickets for Utah on will attend courses at the Chicago University. Mr. Brnm- vvell will go via Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec arid-by boat to Bos- ton and thence to Chicago. He will Tuesday. President and Mrs Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Snence Young, Charles McCnity Sr, J N Allied, Mrs F 3 Gordon, Miss Peail Wright, Mrs A B. Scovil. W. Church, a horse, buyer from Cal- gary, was In tffvyn on Monday and while here purchased a car'of hor- ses. Most of the animals were; good, heavy work teams aiid a big price was paid for several of them. .The con- signment left on Monday evening for] Calgary. Mr. Alakavish who lives on a farm east of tlie sugar factory, lias been very.ill of late 'from complications arising from heart trouble. It is not expected that he will: recover. His daughter, Miss Alakavish, who has been tenoning at Tyrcli's Lake school east of New Dayton, arrived home "to be with her father 'during his last days. also attend-the. Democratic national convention at ,Baltimore. This will be a well deseneu vacation for the president as labored untiring- ly during the, past academic yea There were two Raymond moto pars iii Taber last Sunday, and whll there the occupants .'did considerabl publicity notwithstanding th fact that tho day was the Sahbatl They let the people of Taber that Raymond was alne, and much on the map: One of the car belonged to Manager Counely of th Bank ot and carried a crowt of joy .rHers, while the othe: the sugar company's car, conveying Piesldent Biamwell and James E Ellison of the superintendent of the Taylor stake Sunday 'schools. iiSjuionu luib boon, selected as one of the points at which examinations will he held undor the supervision ol the provincial department of educa- tion, and a government examiner has been appointed to preside hers. The Standards 9, 10 and G. T Write told a Herald repre- sentative on Monday that his grain on his faim four miles west of town 'was looking splendid. His fall wheat .was all in., the boot, and will he ready for tho binder in two months Miss Ivie I-leninger and Bernard the Raymond ward was i meeting house last Sun- day evening with Piesident Will HeJd In charge An exceptionally interest- ing and instructiie program was ren- dered, and it was listened to with rapt attention by the fairly laise audience in attendance Following Is the program rendered. Talk on T W. Hariis, piano solo, Miss Pearl Wright; talk, "The Value of Mrs. L D. King, reading, "An English apple orchard in the Miss ftaBmussen, solo, James Walkei, Kindly lecture, "Tho sjstem of education in the church Wllford Woolf, and short talks by Bishops AndeibOn aud Eians This -was the last meet- ing that the M I A. will hold con- Jointly, as the Raymond ward, organizations being in a state of for- mulat'on at the pi en-ant time, Last Saturday the mnjoi and coun- cil sat as a court ol levision, and heard a considerable number of com plaints of over-taxation. The court opened at two p m. and iemalned In session abuTU four nours, during which time many protests were con- sidsred and in most instances re- duced The appeals were all thor- oughly discussed, and weie given a searching investigation. Tho chief to WE'RE AHEAD. considerably when It comparison of MEATS We select ours on the principle you first of all'want the beat.mvati you can get. So we handle only choicest, as you will admit after it" trial The fact that we mil at meat prices makei the trial Jeasv. and pleasantly .economical PIEPGRASS BROS., MEAT MARKET Phone 17. Raymond, Alia.'. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. W) -V Office, West of Raymond dpara House Phone 49. 1st Street Open Day Nljhl DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South irotests were from the Knight Sugar Company and the Canadian Pacific Railway company, both of these cor watlons being repiesented hv Jas. Ellison The court gave considera ion to then claims, and In most ases the assessments were lovveied a very reasonable figure. Consld- rable trouble has been y the officials of the town as to tb< oming into effect of the new single law It was discovered that Ray- lond came under this act, and that E ymdiul Alberta of the Raymond pub- lic school, left on Monday morning's tram for, Utah, where tliey will be z future on lands only This will be a great advantage to the mei chants, pointed, out a town official, the other dny, as in one store alone taxes to thy amount of {700 on stock Ivlll lie eliminated, which will probably lower the price of goods very Last Monday the drug store chang- ed hands, William Blair of Lethbridge taking over, the business from A. F. who has conducted the store for about eight years. Mr. Dlalr is an experienced druggist, haiing 'vrrked with, some of the best known sic res in Canada In Lethbiidge he was connected with the arm of'.I. D li.'Binbotham and Co. Mayor J. W. Evans has called a nass meeting of the citizens to he thedepot they w ere greeted wjth show efs of rice from a crowd, of promin. ent young ladles and gentlemen of the town, and the memory of their departure most likely will linger in their memories through.; life. .They will be away about three weeks, re- turning after visiting their niany friejjds In Salt Lake, Ogden and other Utah cities. The Herald wishes them a pleasaut trip and a safe return home Miss Heninger i5 the daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. John T. Heninger of Ma- grath and a sister to Mrs. Raymond Knight of Raymond. .The half holiday started today. An agitation has heen waged for several months and finally it is an acCom. piished fact. The Herald reprcsenta- DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must ap- pointment? by moil or 'phoae. Office Houn: Mornings Afternoons BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS J Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing PfurnV Ing, Steam Fitting, steam We do all the big jobt icutn of Ltth-' bridge. Write ui for 'i _ i RAYMOND'S CHURCHES PHONE 69 Raymond Alberta We hnvc Ten Thousand Acres of mixed farm land in (lie liaymojid District to sell on easy terms, at reasonable prices. REMEMBER THAT MIXED FARMING WILL PAY Your chance to get a good farm or ranch at the right Itgurc will not last forever. Buy while prices are reasonable If you are looking for :i list that will interest you. good truck garden we have several on our SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. GEO. II. BUJDD, Mgr. Itayinond Phone 5, Room 12., Ifjill Phone held this evening at S.30 o'clock in the opera house for tiie' purpose o instituting plans for a celebration in Raymond on the great national noli day, July 1st. .This meeting is open to the public, and it is the duty every loyal citizen of Canada and every true townsman to he present-and take an ,active part in the proceedings It is the pur- pose of the mayor to use his influ- ence in arranging a day of sport and festivities that will "overshadow any- thing that has been ever attempted in. this part of the country. Such, a day would mean a gieat xleal to Ray- mond, the publicity the town would receive greatly out-balancing the nom- inal expenditure that "would he used in holding a creditable'celebration. In years pact hundreds of people have be-an attracted to the various celebra- tions that have here, and the town has established a reputation In this regard. It is ,io be hoped that the people will join hands unanimous- ly and boost for, a bigger, brighter and more complete celebration than ever before, .A live general commit- tee Is what is needed -and it is to he hoped that the assemblage tonight 'will use discretion and elect encr getic people to form the various com- mittees. In answer to a communication from W. McD. Tait, secretary of. the Kay- mond Board of Trade, as to-the tructlon of cut worms, W. t-I. Fnlrfleld, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of' UATTER DAY SAINTS t 1ONDAY. SERVICES: S'Jtitar School, 10 -a.m. f Afternoon Service, 2 p.m. TJvenlng p m. JOHN F. ANDERSON. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Herbert W. B A, Raymond, Alberta Sunday f New 11 o'clock. Stirling, 3 p.m. 6. S., 2 p.m. Raymond, 7'30 pm Visitor! cordially welcomed FOR SALE READY-MADE. Quarter 35-10-16, six miles from Taber, Alberta, 75 acres tn crop. Good well, house and outbuildings. Shelter belt of 1500 trees, doing well For terms write the owner, J. Bliss Roberts, Raj inond, Alberta: FOR SALE Good strong; buggy, used only one ear, pole and shafts. Price Also bugpy without pole or tlmfts 'rice Apply to W. McD. TAIT, Herald Office, Raymond. FOR SALE Good Set Double Harnets, with single i'tachinent. Also two good Stock Sad- ,les. W. McD. TAIT superintendent of tha. experimentiil station ut Leihbridge, asks the secre; tary to send him a of the worms so that he can forward them (o iho etomologfst at Ottawa for ex- amination. Mr. Fairfipld goo's on to say: "The .application O'f poisoned brnn la recommended, although it has not been entirely satisfactory at the station here. The mixture usually recommended is two or thieo pounds I of Paris si ecu or men more, to 100 pounds of bran, this to be thoroughly mixed, nnd then moisten with sweet- ened water or the-bran may he moigt- ened first with the sweetened water and sprinkle green in. This important thing is to liave tome nolt- on on every particle of bran. This U scattered over tha field, in the-.latter part of the afternoon or evening an these little.pests feed at night. The method of cutting some tender alfalfa or clover leaves and poisoning material and then scattering over the ground is also recommended by although we have not tried It here. As a preventive tor another it tins been found that burning the straw nnd stubble reduces and. ably eliminates ;