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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTBRiDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday. Juno 12. KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" We Can Supply You With Screen Doors, Extension Screen Windows, 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 KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoliie Lights and Supplies Come in and test the new light. We can install a complete system in your home or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. . Raymond, Alta. BUILDING A BUNGALOW means a demand for much lumber of a superior quality, as bungalows are.no longer a cheap makeshift, for summer life, but up to date, complete houses, with all modern conveniences, Our stock of lumber is particularly adapted for this class of building in fact, is so complete that it can meet a'ny calls upon . it (rom a small bungalow to the more.expensive. up to the most elaborate modern mansion. EQ.UJTY 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 IN AND BREEDERS OF FIRST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE PURiE 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 E. P. ELLISON Manager JAS. E. ELLISON Secretary Raymond District Seven different representatives of 1'lie "Internal ional Harvester Co., Ltd., were in Raymond on one day lasfweeU. These fellows only conic round where there's business doing-. The secretary of the Board of Trade will tell you about Raymond if you drop a note of enquiry asking what you want to know. . ... �^AAA^AA^W^WAAAASA^AAAAA^A%W^W^MW^I BIG BUDGET FROM RAYMOND Sugar Town Hustling and Activities Noticed on Every Hand The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From this office all our business south of Lethbridge is transacted and our Air. Tait has authority to act for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. Raymond, June 11-D. R. Skiukle, of Ray Knight's Hutte; ranch, left on Monday morning for Helena, Mont., where we understand he Is to be married. Particulars of the wedding will be given in this colunm on Mr. Skinkle's return next week. P. Hood, the new accountant succeeding Mr. Downing at the Bank of Montreal, at Raymond, arrived on Monday night's train and is now settling down to his new woTk in. Raymond. During the absence of Bernard Smith, principal of the Raymond central school, his position as principal has beeu occupied by Mr, Verge. This week the Ellison Milling Co has shipped three cars of thel "Straight Grade" flour to Hong Kong China. There seems to be a great demand for this grade of flour in the Oriental market. The shipment will be made through Vancouver. The prize lists of the Agricultural Society for the fair of 1912 are now in the printer's hands and almost completed. The list this year is an extensive one and will provide prizes for most everything that could be put into competition. Robt. Allen, son of Mrs. T. H. Gould, who went to Calgary recently with a bunch of horses, was kicked by one of the bunch and is now in Calgary hospital and reports say Is recovering satisfactorily. While this budget is being printed on the Herald prass in Lethbridge the people of Raymond are enjoying the first of the weekly half holidays, which have been inaugurated at the 'Sugar Town." Th" business houses will all be closed, and athletic events and amusements indulged in. A report of the day's doings will be found on the sporting page of tomorrow's sstte o-i the Herald. Asael Palmer has purchased two hundred acres of choice land four miles south of Wilson Siding, the price paid being in the neighborhood of $l'7 per acre. This is an exceptionally good bargain, as all the land under cultivation and all well adapted for wheat growing. The pur-base was made from an eastern party and was concluded last Saturday, while Mr. Palmer was in Lethbridge. George II. Budd, manager of the Security Investment Co., who has just returned from a tour of the eastern country, including the Taber, Grassy Lake and Barnwell districts, says that the crops are looking fine, they having had several nice' showers. Ervin Carter was a Lethbridge visitor last Saturday, and while in that city closed arrangements with the Aiberta-Paciftc Elevator Company,: whereby he becomes connected with that firm next spring. There was no meeting of the committees connected with the Dominion Day celebration last Saturday evening simply because there was no one present at the appointed time, except Mayor Evans and a long eared press man. The meeting was therefore post poned until the following Tuesday evening when an earnest request was made that all the committees be i attendance. Mrs. H. A. Jones has just received word of the death of her father. Wm Evans of Monmouthshire, Wales. Th old gentleman died May fith, but the letter telling of his death just reach ed Airs. Jones on .Monday of thi week. Albert Hudson who has been for some time employed with Mr. Ed Kessler on his farm south east of Raymond, is about to start a boot and shoe repairing shop in the old harness shop east of the O'Brien-Nal der store. There seems to be an opening for such business in Ray mond and Air. Hudson should receiv a fair share of the public patronage. Miss Walton has taken the hous of Dr. J. S. Wray and with her mother will reside there. Miss Walton is to engage in her profession, that of trained nurse, specializing In mater nity cases. Her card will be found in the profession column in this is sue. Major Burnett, of the Canadian cus tonis department, was in town last Friday on business connected with his official capacity as' inspector of customs. He secured samples of su gar from the Knight Sugar Company which he will forward to Ottawa where they will be tested as to their weight and finality, to ascertain the amount of duty the company should pay. The weight of the sugar was found to be correct, but the quality will not be tested until it reaches the laboratories at Ottawa. A splendid job has been made of the grading through the lake in the vicinity of.Chas. McCarty's farm east of Raymond on the Stirling and New Dayton road. The lake has been drained and u road graded through so that traffic does not now need to divert itself around the lake. It was decided at the service in the Presbyterian church on Sunday last to change the hour of the service from 7.30 at night to 11 o'clock in the morning. This change was made at the request of the New Dayton appointment, which is much larger than Raymond, and is composed mostly of a farming community of young people who prefer a service in the evening, A leak has just recently been closed up in the water main along Broadway near the Card Hotel, and Supervisor Harris says there is another leak in the same vicinity. This is a very serious condition to be in, Mr. Harris believing that owing to some irregularity in the laying of the pipe lines there will probably be trouble all over the town from the same quarter. He is instituting a thorough investigation, and his actions are being endorsed by the town council. W. Vaughan left for Magrath on Tuesday with two-chair shop fixtures loaded on L. O. Norton's wagon, where he is to open a branch of the up-to-date barber shop which he and! T. E. Ott have been conducting for) the past, few months. District Supt. McLean of the Alberta Irrigation Co., was in Raymond, on Monday. Mr. McLean has charge of the district between the head gates at Kimball and Stirling, and he is going through on one of his inspection tours. He was heard by the Herald to say that the company was intending to buy 16 span of good horses weighing about 1300 to 1-iOO pounds. These horses are to be used on the) evening irrigation works where the company are now employing hired teams. Deputy Postmnsler Selman, with the assistance of Gordon and Stark, moved the fixtures from the old post office building to the new building forther south on Broadway on Alon-day. The work was done in a remarkable short time, and even box holders got their mail in their boxes as usual on Alonday night. Next Thursday morning Miss Wetzel, instructor of English in the Knight Academy, and Miss Rasmus-sen, instructor of elocution and literature in that institution, and Ward L. Turner, of the science and mathematics department, leave for their homes in Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Winterton, of Magrath, were visitors in Raymond yesterday. Mr. Winterton owns a large farm south east of Magrath and states that his grain is looking fine At the afternoon service-in the second ward meeting house last Sunday most of the organizations were filled for several of the auxiliary societies of the church. The young ladies were organized with Mrs. J. W Evans as president and Mrs. James Walker as first councillor, and Miss Ruby Stevens second councillor. Miss Daisy Ericson was appointed secre tary and Edith Cammack organist Airs. W. R. Stevens was sustained as president of (he primary association, but her councillors and the secretary treasurer and organist will he appoint ed at a later date. C. B. Strong was made ward choirmaster, and Mrs Elricsou ward organist. It will be some time before all of the offices in the 'various organizations will be filled, in the meantime those mentioned will, have charge of the work. The last issue of the Alberta'Gazette announces the incorporation of the Redd Ranching Company, with headquarters at Raymond. William Redd is manager, and the capital stock is placed at $25,000. The com pany is operating large areas in this district, their holdings being, located south of town. They are engaging in mixed farming to a great extent and have been signally successful in this line. Mr. Redd is a staunch ad vocate of diversified agriculture, and thinks that It is the only successful system to follow in this country. As was announced in a former is use of the Herald, President Bram well of the Knight Academy will spend the next two months in the east, principally in the city of Chicago, where he will pursue a graduate course in his special line of school work, pschology and pedagogy, in the Chicago University. W. McD. Tait, secretary of Raymond Board of Trade, has received a communication from A. AlcKenney of the seed and weed branch of the de partment of agriculture of the province of Alberta, with reference to the worm which in some districts is working such havoc to the growing grain. From the description given, Air. AlcKenney seems to be of the opinion that it Is one of the several pecimens of cut worm, and he recommends the poison bran mixture 'as the only practical remedy. The recipe he gave is as follows: "Take one half pound of pnris.green and thoroughly mix with 50 pounds of bran. This latter should then be moistened slightly with sweetened water and should be thoroughly stirred until practically every particle of the bran is poisoned." For field use this mixture can be spread by means of a wheel seeder and should be put on in the early as under normal conditions O'Brien-Nalder Co. Ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 Per i'ent� Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 l,er cent. Blen's & Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 Per cent. Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alta. WE'RE AHEAD considerably when it comes to a comparison of MEATS We select ours on the principle that you first of all want the best meat you can get. So we handle only the choicest, as you- will admit after a trial. The fact that we Bell at poor meat prices makes the trial quits easy and pleasantly economical. PIEPGRASS BROS. MEAT MARKET Phone 17. Raymond, Alt*. [ PROFESSIONAL CARDS j | BUSINESS CARDS  DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) -PHYSICIAN SURGEON- -AND ACCOUCHER- Office, West of Raymond Opera Houie 1st Street Phone 40. Open Day a-Jd Night WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb. � ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. We do all the big Job* south of Lsth--bridge. Write ua for estimates, � i P lymond :-: Alberta DR. KIELL0R Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South Rymond :-: Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES b -.--- DR. J* ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make appointments by mail or 'phone. CHURCH OF JESU8 CHRI8T OP LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Afternoon Service, 2 p,tn. Evening Service,'-1 V.m. Office Hour*: iVfornings 9-12. Afternoons 1-6. PHONE 69 :-: Alberta Raymond M. WALTON GRADUATE NURSE -Maternity Work a Specialty Phone 46 Raymond Alberta JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bishop. FOR SALE Good strong buggy, used only one year, pole and shafts. Price $55.00. . Also buggy without pole or shafts Price $20.00. Apply to * W. McD. TAIT, Herald Office, Raymond. . We have Ten Thousand Acres of first-class mixed farm land in the Raymond 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 figure will not last forever. Buy while prices are reasonable If you are looking for a good truck garden we have several on our list that will interest you. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. , GEO. H. BUDD, Mgr. Raymond Phone 5, Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge; Phone 70S FOR SALE Good Set Double Harness, with single attachment. Also two good Stock Saddles. W. McD. TAIT, was one of Magrath's most popular young ladies, and Mr. Smith is one of the best known young men in the ."Sugar Town," consequently both are receiving the hearty congratulations of their many friends both here and in lha surrounding towns. Mr. Smith has fitted a home east of O. H. Snows residence and is making plans to permanently reside in Raymond. The Herald joins with the host, of friends In tendering heartiest congratulations and good wishes. Last Saturday evening in true college fashion, the juniors entertained the graduating seniors, at what was pronounced the most pleasant event: of the social season. The building was resplendent with pennants, streamers, mottos, ets., and presented a at Raymond they were driven to Ma- j very attractive picture. The honor-grath in Ray Knight's car where a ed guests were Miss Lura Redd. Miss reception and wedding supper was Jesse Redd, Miss June Neilson and given in. their honor. Mrs. Smith' (Continued on page 11). cut worms feed only at night. If small areas are infected the mixture can be" spread by hand, dropping small portions of it around the infested area."  Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Smith returned on Monday night from Salt Lake City where in the Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ or Latter Day Saints they were united in wedlock. Mrs. Smith was Miss Ivy Hettinger, daughter of John T. Heninger Sr., the large Magrath farmer. Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith, who Tecenily moved from Raymond to Blackfoot, Idaho. Mr. Smith has lived in Raymond for nine years coining here with his patents when the town was in its infancy. He is a school taacher by profession, and has been for the past year and a half principal of Raymond public school. Upon the arrival of the young people Improved Farm 620 acres, 10 miles from Lethbridge, 1 mile from Wilson Sidinfl 330 acres in barley. Price $40.00. Good terms. Will be off the market on June 15th, W. McD. TAIT RAYMOND , ALBERTA ;