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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETlimUDGE DAILY HE11ALD 15. KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K IT K B JK B K B KB KB ros. :i "HOUSE OF. QUALITY" We Can Supply You With Screen Doors, Extension Screen Windbws, Screen Wire 24 32 Inch Wide, Mosquito Netting, all colors Screen Door Springs, Hooks and Hinges King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond, Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz (Gasoline Lights and Supplies the new light: e.i.c'fin.'.install a complete system in- business placed is a quick seller.- 5' Raynibnd. Altzi. fe- BUILDING A BUNGALOW; 'means'a for much lum- ber'of a. superior nunlity. ns bungalows are IID longer n cheap makeshift for summer life, but .dale, complete, houses, with all 'modern conveniences, Our stock .of lumber is iiai'ticul- Jlrly .adapted for tills class of building in fact, 13 so complete that it can moet a-ny calls upon it from a small-bungalow, to the i moreV tlig pio'st. -J, V S co., LTD. Knight Sugar Company, Limited Alberta Manufacturers of the Fineit Quality of J Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar BeeU .IN AND BREEDERS QF FIRST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. INCLUDE ARE 'TURNED OFF YEARLY SOME-OF THE DRAFT flORSES, IN ALBERT A. I I HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIHTY.EISHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD'FARM AND" RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. 1 Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. Raymond, June reception M given lo Rev. H. W. Tooinbs B.A., and at. the Presbyterian church on Wednesday night "was one of the most successful entertainments ever held in the church. TJie build' ing was comfortably filled and a very pleasant evening.was spent. Tlie pro- gram consisted of solos hy Mrs. R.-A. Amps, Wm. Vauglmn .and. ,11.. M. TVat- f. Stirling, musical numbers by Messrs: Tail, Amps and Dr. Amos. In a short address, Mr. Tait had something lo say regarding the duties of a congregation, toward its minister. The Japanese colony at Raymond' outside1 of those now employed by the Xnlgut Sugar busy on thelr own vegetable land Ju the vicinity of the sugar factory. Some splendid, gar- dens, have, been put in, and there will be vegetables enough grown, this year towns ill the Pass and north of Loth- 't-rldg-a 'where, vegetables are not so extensively grown. Paul on the McCarty farm; lias 60 acres of splendid cabbage, and also BO acres of potatoes: Some of the tables of the Japs are now on the mai ket In Raymond. These little fellows are remarkable workers, and neom to delight in truck gardening. The lateness arrival of Ihe brain from the north at llaymond-sta- tion has made the work of the post office''-terminate at.a very late hour. It.was feared 'that perhaps the news- paper coining in at such a late hour would not be sorted tor delivery the Cardston branch, but arrange- ments have been made by Postmaster King and'lils staff to s-ae thai aH mail .that conies In at night is sorted and ipnt.ln the-boxes. The wicket, ol course, will not be open after seven o'clock, Tint those'having boxes will -be able to get their mail at the usual time utter the. arrival PI. the train. The Herald has been informed that In !the new office additional box room be provided, and everyone wish- ing box. space can aecure U, has been suggested by 'few of the citi- zens who are themselves Interested In those employed In offices and stores that the office be closed for n period of time in the afternoon to Oie Prcsliyterian church. E: J. Ravla has.TCiiIed room No. 1 in the Security for a living room ontl antl.h'ai bought the fur- niture with whrchMt is furnished from Geo. Several Raymoudltes were nt Slir- last- night taking- part in the. grim at the reception given at ihc Prairie 'Queen Hotel for llev. H. B. mluiKt'cr of the Pres- hytefian -church lliat place. Visitors to LeUibrldge since issue, consisted .ofjthe following: Hoyer, Mrs. W; S.; .his. Rode- back, Bert JCirkhani and Arthur Kirk- ham. 1 Mrs. ami Mrs. Redd of and' Mrs. Mercer 'imd e t ward over to Friday and met :uie Lne..AYeiiiug ward in conference, Tomorrow p morning--, u meotiiig of the second ward will he held in the old .school house which Jias been fit- a. chapel'1 At "the meeting a Sunday school VilV'ba organised. iMr. and Mrs. DeTuiird; Smith will leave Suit Laltc evening for Raymond, the early return of. Air, Sinith being due of du-' ties in the school here. Bert Wood, flyroii Smith and' B. A. Strlughami, prominent citizona of Ta- her, motored over [Tom the toalcity and 'attended 4b'e ball game, continuing '.that evening' JMagraih. Little' Wayne 'Kuigtit, son oE Mr and Mrs. Ray .Knight, met with n paluful accident on Thnrsd-ay. when he fell from a the barn Fortunately none of 'hig.. bones were broken, and according ;fco the latest information the little sufferer is do- ing splendidly. H. W- Tyc, resident engineer on the with Iiead- iiuarters ten miles eaat of Stirling, was a Haymond visitor on Friday [af- ternoon, -Grant Card, who Gnlt. Ilqs- pitul, Lethbridge, recoXfirlng an operation-for oppendicllls, is making satisfactory recovery, and will in Ihe course.of a'short 'time be removed to allow .the staff some 'recreation In lien .his ,father's' home' a'i; of the they are now. re- Mre.vS.'F. left last quiratl to work at night. 11. iM. Watson, manager of the Tay- lor Milling and Elevator Co. at Stir- ling, WHS u visitor to Raymond on Wednesday, and took part In the pro- gram ut the reception.given to Rev. Biirnmer wlih her husband for the Centre State, whc.rc Mr. KimhoU hns sinoa-, lieen doing mission work for the Church'of Jesus Christ ofiLrittcr Day Saints. reUiTiied to [Raymond thia O. F. -Urseiihach', farm manager for the' Kiilgjif Sugai' Co. Ltd., brought, in to UielCiiirityLumber'Company's of- flee, this .week-a-number of growing barley, straws, which measured some- thing over 14 Jnches. .This sample of barley the. Knight Sugar Co. seed- ed will in 'the course.of couple of show''indications of njjproacliing the .harvesting, stage-, Fred of the Cardston Globe, accompanied by, Airs. Burton, was a visitor LO Raymond on Wednes- day- IX G. McDuffce. 'father of.A..F. Me- Dufi'ee, of is. a visitor at his-ison's home .here, having come from Trafalgar, Out. This is..Mr. Afc- Uuffee's second trip to Rflymond, and In conversation with the Herald he expressed himself 'as -favorably im- pressed .with the town -.and .district ae 'he has'aeeri yviu. Hiair, the. drug aiid bug' buBlness of A. F. McDuffee, Phm. B., was in Lethbrfdge this "week writing Alberta ;ex- amiuaiioiiB which'admjt'of hiiri prac- ticing for pharmacy ori his own ac- count. I n. Sklnkel, umnagcr of Raymond Knight's Butte farm, -was in. town on and' when iu converaaUon' with' 'reported that .thb' grain growing'dn hls'.fanri Is not'as yet Eufterltig from drqulli. This 'fanii has now .Iu a'cree of barley tuid GOO acres of'oats. Should rain ;cdme within .the next, week Mr. Sklnkel prbdlcts an Immense yield for tli-a Butte'farm On Thursday morning while 'Murk II. Brimhall was irimuiing the feet of a yearling toll, at his farm south oC Raymond, the (inlnml fell and broke a front icff In two The leg had been tied up to pre'ven't the. colt imoving while tuiniming uro- cess vas In operation, and becoming restless, he endeavored to get away, aud fell-on the Hnib. The coll. 'was a valuable one and- will lie a complete loss to .Mr. Briinhflll as h-a had to be shot The little child of ..llerbeTL Craven AHEAD i considerably -when It tomes to a comparison of MEATS e select ours on the principle that jou first or all want tbe bent meat you. can gel. So wo handle puly the cholceBt, as you will admit The fact.that meat makes the trial quits-, easy and pleasantly economical. MEAT MABKET Pfront 17' Raymond, PROFESSIONAL CARDS WRAY (TJOR; -09) I PHYSICIAN N'D ffice, Wect ol RRymOEd Opera TIpuss Phone 48. Open Day DR.K1ELLOR Office 1st St. West and .South Alberta gave Its "pajenls scJary (his week. Piiiy'liig with ii box of bicloride tablets, the child was tiiought to have mid Dr. Wray wr.s liiVmcdintely. cjill-ed. Antidotes weve failed' La reveal thai the child has taken any of the pofeon RE system, ;vud. beyond burniug Its nioiUb noJJlr effect resulted. The represeniative's rorm-allou, ami some limes Lliat of his DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST of town patients must mftko ap. 1 .polntmeite to mall'.or 'nhime. Office -Hours: Mornings Afternooni 1 RHONE 69 Alb'erta BUSINESS CARDS WM. PAWS Practical Tiiisniith Hot Air Heating, Tin Rootlna, PUimb. ing Fitting, SUam We do "ill the big JabClouth of Lt bridge Write us for eitlmiteii I'aymond Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES Bayniond items wliich 1 In the local, col eeh, and will siicud'some .time here. I some of the AVe have Ten Thonsiind Acres of lii'.sl-class mixed i'ann land in (lie KiiyinniKl District to sell tcrinsj a( reasonable prices. REMEMBER THAT MIXED FARMING WlLLjPAY Your flinnce to- get good farm .or'raiicli at (he i-iglitligHrc will not last forever, liny while prices arc reiisoiiable If yon arc looking for, a good truck garden we have 'several, on our list that will Interest you. SECURITY INVESTMENT Knyniond Phone, 5, Kooiu -12, Hull IMock, Lctlihriilgc; uiiins. In the last lasne It wrts.'siated that one of Ihe cars which went lo Taber on Sunday last belonged lo Manager Connolly :of the Bank of Montreal, and carried a crowd of Jos riders.. This information Is entirely Incorrect, as ..Mr. Connolly In the first place Is not the possessor .of. a car, and in Lhe secoml place; Mr'. Connolly was nol on Sunday laal. Dp, Loss 'Land was in town qirThnrg day and when asked by tlie HcraUl tbe inroads, of wire worm on Ills farm, .ho informed Ihc Herald IhaL -100 acres of .grain hail been lotiilly destroyed this Tear. The peats arc 'working yet, and Mr. Lund Is at a loss to know what to do. Reports, -from a few other places hava revealed the fapt' that they have also been at. work there, but the deslrnc- lloii has not been anything an great aa Li llle -Academy this ovcnlng the juniors will entertain in honor cnhc graduating seniors.. The fete com- mences at S.30 p.m.. This will.-he Ihc final social o[ tho Academy tills school year, and It Is Hie aim of the Juniors to make It a record breaker and n record maker. The Dank of Monlrenl of llaymond 1ms been iimlerKolug n .series of changes In Us slaff during Ihe pnsl, few months, (ho latest being the transfer ot A. J. Downing, accountant, to thn branch at Brandon. Mr. Down- Ing hns been In Haymond only n couple of months, but even, during (hat short time he hns made many frlcndu who will regret to see him leaving. An Itom which was overlooked liy (he lie-raid roprnseutallve in Wed- nesday's correspondence was tlie milrrlngo of Miss Jemima L. Marshall of Symington. I-ancnshlrc, Scollnml, ID John llcrvey, a porinhir young CHURCH OF JESUS CHRI3T OF LATTER DAY SAINTB J SUNDA.Y SERVICES J Sunday School 10 a m Afternoon Service 2pm Eyeuinj Service, ,7 0.m JOHN F ANDERSON Bllhpp, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH KJ llei-bert AY. Toombs; B; Ai, paitor Raymond; Sunday New Daytoii, 11 o'clock. Stirling, 3 p.m. SJ S., S. S., 3 p.m. cordlnHy welcomed. FOR SALE Good strong .buggy.Mised only, one year, shafts.1, Price Also buggy without, pole or shafts Price to W, McD. TAIT, Herald Oflicc. Raymond. FOR SALE Good Set Double Harness, with'single Also good Stock Sad< W. McD. TAIT attachment. dies. Scotchman and local blacksmith of Raymond. Tho ceremony was per- formed liy Rev. A. C. Cameron, B.A1 of Knox church. Lel-hbridge. The young couple wore assisted by Mfas Jennie Alexander and Robt. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. llervey arrived home on Monday af'oraoon and have begun housekeeping iu (he houcc lately oc-- cupieil by Mr. and Mrs. Slineaby. TliO' Herald Joins with.tbe people of flay- uiond In wishing them a happy ami. prosperous Jonrney throngh life. R. B. Romcrll. of Ihe A. R. and I. Co., Informed the Herald (hat n gang of men 'were put on-iho ditches at: onca lo destroy .n'eedl vhlch grow so easily bhnks of the irrigation explained (lint many of these are carried from points "far. uiYi'lthV stream, and. arc distributed all (long Ihe. banks 'of the canal He nilcnllon lo. Ihe ihpin to and Infortned1 llcrnld (hat Mils company were (loins; all In their power to keep tbom _ ;