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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTBRinOE.DAILY ITKRALI) SiihiriTiiy, .Tune I.VI912. KB KB KB K B ,K B K IVKB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB LKB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" OU'U -MOTTO: Small Profits; Quick lie! urns Swiss Insertions, chinas, uIIovers. lloum-mss, eorscl c'cncriiigs at prices not to be luMten. Lni'g'e of White Dnvs Goods for Dominion Day Celebrations Ringing from 13" cents per yard. Men's hats .lies, anil general furnishings to suit all cus- tomer.--. Come and .inspect our stock, can interest and please jou. 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 KB Raymbhd District :Vdt a straw of Raymond grain, nor a sugar beet is suJ'l'ering Y from drought. v' tlie Board of Trade about- the W. McD. Tuit, Secretary, BIG CELEBRATION ON THE FIRSTS JULY E. A. AMOS, Agentilbr Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the now light. We can install a complete system in your. home or business place. i An excellent light for-churches. f Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, BUILDING A BUNGALOW means p demand for much lum- ber of a superior .quality, as bungalows are no longer a cheap makeshift for summer life, but up. Jo .riate.j. complete houses, with ail''modern conveniences, Our stock of lumber is particul- arly adapted for this .class of fact, is so complete calls it from-a small-bungalow to ,trie moreT expensive, up to the most elaborate modern mansion. EQUITY LUMBER, CO.', LTD. 'RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company, Limited r> Raymond, Alberta of the Finest Quality- of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALBES IN AND BEEEDEES OP FIEST GLASS HOESES, AND CATTLE. TEE HOESES INCLUDE PUEE BEEDS, OUT 01 WHICH AEE TURNED OFF YEARLY SOME OE THE BEST-DRAFT HOESES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD. FARM AND RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON Manager JAS. E. ELLISON Secretary Raymond Will Celebrat in Loyal Canadian Fash- Town Budget Raymond, June postpone meeting of the Dominion Day con mittee was held in the Opera hous on Tuesday evening, tv representativ gathering being in attendance. Plan lor a rousing celebration took tleh nito shape, and judging from the en thusiasiu Qiat .was displayed by th members of the various 'committee the celebration of this year win to tally eclipse anything that has eve been attempted in Raymond hereto fore. There will, be something; doiu; all -the time, insuring a good. live da; for all who attend; The committee are working unremitently to mak the great national holiday a gram and there is" every 'fndlca tion that -their efforts be fruit It .is-expected that large crowd will .bflr; present from Magrath am Stirling, to say the sraal towns scattered around the "Suga Town, as Raymond is the only town outsMe of Cardstou, that is expecting to celebrate on Confederation Day .This occasion will ;be fittingly- observ ed here, and those whoivisit1 the town on that day may rest' assured th they will have the time of their lives At the meeting on .Tuesday nigh: was in the chair, who in opening stated the' object of the meeting.--The-first business was the hearing of reports from the chairmen of-.the different- committees, George 0. Nye, chairman' of 'the program committee, 'was to submit a report... He said that the. committee had met, and had formulated a pro- gram for the meeting, at 10 .a.m. Mr. Nye read .the program, and -it was unanimously accepted It is as fol lows: Opening chorus, 'V-Th'ey Maple Leaf by a chorus of fiftj children invocation. J; address- welcome, Mayor.J. W.-Evans; vocal solo Wm Vaughan oration B S Young instrumental tluet W S Berijessa and Leu Enc'son Honor the Union Mrs. .vocal solo, Mrs. Arthur Nillson; readin George Cluff; ladies', quartette; i personation of Johnny Canuck R Gillies; duet, Amos brothers; original poem, p. P. Ursenbach; male quar- tette. "God Save the and congregation This patriotic service will he .held in the Opera house and will he prefaced by a'serenade of the town by the Raymond-military band. Tn all prooabilitv the salute will be fired at sunrise In the afteinoon the bports will be pulled off at Vic tona Park The arrangement of these events will be announced later, the committees in charge of these features not having their program finally decided However theie will be races for the children, for which the will be libenl prizes Besides foot taces for adults there will be various field events, in eluding hammer throwing, shot put, pole vaulting, etci This part of the -.sports, is under the direction of 1 N SUouson and all athletes who are desirous of enter- .Ing in any of the events would do well to communicate 'with cither of these gentlemen. Medals will be hung up for all of these field and track events. The foot races will be put on between the horse races, .ob- viating the long, tiresome delays tha are occasioned by the preparing tlie' horses and the difficulty in star iiig, a thing thct has spoiled celebration.- It is the aim of those'Mi charge to have something doing al the time. The program will not la this year but will be pulled off "wit! all possible despatch. After thejhors races the league ball game, the cl1 max of the day, will be played; 1 is hero that Warner and Raymoni clash, and it will likely be a verj tight game. In the evening a grant ball will be held in the opera house bringing -to a .close the celebration The-advertising will be in good hands, three town councillors, Messrs O'Brien, Powellson and Hicks being appointed to compose that committee La-ge! full page posters ten out boosting the day. T. O. King chairman of the finance committee and he was instructed to put forth a. mighty effort three hundred dollars expenses of the day. One hundred and fifty dollars of this sum will be offered In.purses for. horse races. Chairman Kinsey. of the-horse -rac.e committee, .was pres eni and made jousmg speech in ulilch-ijie he would guarantee first class h.orses. He "was ilmost poslme thai horses from cth er Auiuld be entered'providing attracts e prize was Refreshments w ill be sold on the commit- e 'having this' matter In charge. A special -meeting of the school boaid foi the district or Raymond m the kail last Thursday evening. There Were present G.; T. Wride, an-d Messrs. .All- red. Nalder and. King.- The first sub- ect to be discussed by the board was hat' of lengthening the midsummer, iblidays two weeks longer. The law allowed such an extension, and It was he'opinion of those present that it a fine thing, as the .holi- ,ays were rather' short, especially ince the date .o.f; opening would be nst in the hottest part of the sum- ner.: The was reached to ixtend the holidays -two more weeks, T eight 'weeks An application J; W. Verge vho has proven his worth as a -teach- r in tlie public school here, was re- eived in which he-asked for a yearly alary of ?SoO After Home consid ration the application ot Mr. Verge as granted on motion of G. J. Ail- ed It was proposed to offer Miss .lira Redd and Miss Mary Boyson 675 per the secretary ,was nstruct-ed to write Miss Aunle Hlllier t Mag-rath, offering her a salary.of G50 a year. A. B. Ottewell, secretary ex- splendid school buildings In the town, which gave tangible evidence of the high ideals of. the people. "This 1; cut "of the best school towns in the he asserts, "and 1 am sure that we will hear more from her students In the future." In announcing his faculty to the ;Ilerald man President BraniTOll of the Knight-Academy stat- ed that it was ah exceptional strong the .members being eminent- ly fitted for their special departments. staff for the coming season will .follows: Ernest Bramwell, B. Did., president and instructor' in civics and psychology; .Ward L. Tanner. B.A., science and mathemat- ics: Walter A. Lindsay, D.B., history Utah Agricultural Col- lege; Miss Maydell Ca'zier, .Univer- sity of Utah, English and literature Edwin S. Poulson, Briglmm Young University, mechanic arts' and geom- etry; Geo. O. Nye, piano and voice culture: Miss tMerliu Sheets. In the elocution department it will be necessary to engage another in- structor, the name of whom is not ready for publication. All sub-high school work will be eliminated this .next year, but a first year high school winter course will be offered to those who are unable to remain in school the year round. It is also probable that an assistant to Instructor Nye in instrumental" music -will be engag ed. Mr. and1 Mrs; R.'-D.' Sklnfclo arrived ihome from Havre, whore they were 'married on Wednesday night last by Rev. Mr. Poole, the Presby- terian 'minister of that place. Mr Skinklc has been in Raymond since last'> spring; coming from Kalisiieii Mont.- to manage Hay Knight's Butte "arm. '''Mrs. Skinkle swas formally Miss Margaret E. of John J. Power, a large farmer, and rancher of Loraine, North Dakota. -folder Co; ltd, General Merchants Dross. Goods'Reduced 30 '.per 'cent.. Ginghams and Qalipps Reduced 25 <-'wt. Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 per cent. Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale.. Phone 13 enaton work ;for the University of Iberta. was in-Raymond for a few hours last Wednesday., Mr. Ottewell in, conversation with a representative of the Herald, said that he'wag pleas ed with the educational outlook in He was agreeably sur pused it the intmest thpt wag being shown in Me cause of education here. He'was loud in his praise for the two The yoiing couple .were-supported by the'.bride's sister. Miss Lilian Power, and W. --H. Wheeler of Havre. Mr. iklnkle made-a -Hying triprto the. Montana town where the. wedding, toolt-place and arrived ,home at.Ray iiodd on Thursday-night; accompan- ed.'-by Ray Knight who met them at Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Skinkle were! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Knight on Thursday, night.and left for the iK-yesterday, three miles north ,qf: Raymond. Although ..Jiving but a, short lime in Raymond, has becora'e-one of Raymond's popular, bung men iind is. at-the. same, time proving himself, a most capable man- of- a farm: .The Herald joins yith-the hosts of Raymond friends In visaing'Mr'." and, Mrs. Skinlde a long and prosperous jouiney through life Raymond's first .regular half holi- day in Raymond was an unqualified iiccess. Business houses were closed ip tight, and the citizens had heir holiday attire. A lirogram of ports was not arranged for this Irst holiday as It was.thought that he first holiday would probably be sed by a good many to irrigate their up gardens and do 'work bout their homes. This proved to be the case, and not a great many people turned out to -the game In the afternoon between the -Mutual Im- provement association and (the busi- ness men and clerks. A horse race was to have been run, but for some reason one of the contestants -was unable to put his horse on the track and this will be held over for another The league game between Ma grath and Cardston, of which has'appeared in the sporting was -played after, supper in order, to accommodate Mo grath, who had two school teachers on theii Raymond, Alia, WE'RE AHEAD considerably when it comes to aJ comparison of M EATS We select ours on the principle that1 you first of all want the best meat; you can get. So we bundle only the. choicest, as you will admit after a trial. The fact that we cell at poor meat- prices trial., quite easy and PIEPGEASS BKOS. MEAT MARKET Phone Atta. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. 1 (TOR '09) 0 Office, West of Raymond Opera House 1st Street me 46. a-'d Night DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St and 1st St South E ymoud Alberta The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From this.011196 all our business south of LetlibrlUgc is transacted our Jlr. Tail has authority to net Tor 113. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. e have Ten Thousand Acres of first-class niivert farm land in the Kaymond District to sell on easy terras, at reasonable nnccb. REMEMBER THAT MIXED FARMING WILL PAY Your chance to get a pood farm or ranch at the right figure will not last Buy uhilc prices arc reasonable Tf JOM are looking tor a good truck garden we Imc several on our list that will interest j on. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. GEO. II. BUDD, Mgr. Phone 5, Koom 12, Hull Letlibridgc; Phone 70S DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make ap- pointments by mail or phone Office Hours Mornings Afternoons BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. W'e do all the .big jobs south of Leth- bridgc. .Write us for estimates. P lymond Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS. CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday -Sfahool. 10 a.m. _ Afternoon Service, 2 .p.m, 'Evening 7 ,p.m.- JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bishop. Raymond Alberta M..WALTON GRADUATE NURSE Maternity a. Siiccialty Phone 46 Raymond Alberta team cbiild not got off before that time. The liard al woik on next weeK s prognm so thnt the people who do not. go to Magnith will lie entertained at home Workmen are busy hauling rock and" sravel for the construction oE a new huilUing on .Broadway, The new structure1'is'-'to be' owned by 0. M. Snow. the building it is.expected will be one of the finest on. tlie street. roofs of the" old removed and a. new roof will run from the -front-right, to the back. The employees of the Knight Sugar Co. are employed this v.'cek in un- the raw'sugar which the com- pany recently shirwd in from .the British West Indies. Is the first cahe-sugh'r that. will, bo refined in the .factory here, and it is necessitating the installation of a great deal'of new machlnerj If is piobablc thit the factory will not coinmenct oih till about July first, when everything will FOR SALE Good strong used only ona year, pole and shafts. Price Also buggy without polo or shafts Price Apply to w. MCD...T.AIT, Herald Ofnce; Kaymond. FOR SALE Good Set Double Harness, with single attachment Also two good Stock Sad- dles ,W. McD. TAIT company is expecting a large ship- ment of new machinery in fTCin Cleveland, Ohio, in-: (he course of the coming week. The importation of raw material from the-. Indies is creat- ing interest -md the re suit being carefully watched by the public. The company is looking forward to a very successful run, Marshall Harris -has., been the ob- ject of- some attacks from private in- dividuals the town and the local newspaper, So far as can be ascer- tained Mr. Harris doing excellent service in 'his many capacities, not- withstanding the fact, that rsome par- ties think he is able to do every- thing it the same time Mr Han is has almost too much .vv'ork to oversee in the Itown, for he is possibly the busiest man in the municipality. be in readiness for a run. The sugar (Other Raymond News on Page Improved Farm 620 acres, 10 milts Irom Lethbridge, 1 mile from Wilson Siding 330 acros In barley.' Price Good terms. Will be off the market oh June 15th. W. McD. TAIT ALBERTA ;