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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKIDtiE DAILY HER ALT) Wednesday. .fune-lO, 1912 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K.B..KB 'l KB KB Ltd. KB k B KB 'KB KB IB KB KB HOUSE OF QUALITV" OUR MOTTO: Small Profits; Quick Returns Mow out your weedy corners with Scythes FronrKiuK Bros. Our Screen Doors and Screen Window Slides Keep .'out the Flies a few Garden Cultivators That at .half price. We can supply you withhoes for Beet Thinning 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 K K K KB K KB K Raymond District The Secretary of flic extension work "for Uie. of AlbeiWa, when mvKayniond a few diiys agOjjaid: is one of the best towns in aiitH am sure we will hear more from her future." The Board of Trade will tcH you more about Raymond.. SENDING MONEY TO THE EASTERN HOUSES B. A. AMOS, Agent lor Hen Gasoliie Lights and Supplies in and test the new light. install'a complete system in youi 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 lum- ber of a superior quality, as bungalows are no longer a cheap makeshift for summer life, but dale, complete houses, with all model.i conveniences, Our stock of lumber is-particul- arly adapted for, this' class of building in 'fact, is so complete thatJt can meet a-ny calls upon it from a small bungalow to the more, up to elaborate modern mansion EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturer! of the Finett Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BREEDERS OF FIRST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT OP WHICH ARE TURNED OEF 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' JAS. E. ELLISON Sterttary The Raymond Office of The Herald f, HAS 8BEN MOVED TO ftOOMt I 7, IN THI SECURITY HUILDINO from thle oMce our of Lethbridge le transacted ud our Mr. Tail hu tutkcrity to act for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co, Lesson Learned FromRay- mond P. O. News of Sugar Town Raymond, June with stealing five young.v turkeys from K. Stevens, James Gilbert, :an English man in hie teens, appeared before Justice T. J. O'Brien yesterday morn and after pJeadiug guilty to the charge, was ordered His Worship to work two and a half days for the municipality and pay the costs of court, which, amounted to ?3.QQ. A large crowd of people from every part of the to'wn assembled in the ;econd ward meeting house .last Fri- day evening when a most enjoyable social was given. The party took the "orm of a "get acquainted" party and he purpose of the officials was 'ully accomplished. Some delay was in opening on account of .the rain, but when program once started it was carried out without any great delays adding 0 the enjoyment of the evening Jas. Walker, of the Bishopric, pre- sided. In commencing the party, a splendid program of musical and. lit- 3ary' numbers was rendered, and fully enjoyed. The program in- Hided the following numbers: Open- ng song by the congregation, "Sun- hine in your selection by hoir under the direction of the as IstaJit leader, Jas.. Walker; duet by! label ami Louis King; recitation by! Bthebn Young, quartette bv Encaon sisters reading Miss Roxie 'original sphg.iT. W-. Har is; remarks. Bishop Anderson Raymond'second ward, and a duet in he -Maori language by Jlr. and Mrs, !E. Fisher. After the program refreshments ere served in the lower floor, of the hurch and the refresh- lent committee are to cpngrat- lated on the excellency of the lunch- )ii The parly dispersed about mid ight, unanimously praising the' ef- orts of people of the east side s entertainers. social will ..uri btedly result in much good in mt it united the people into a more cser relationship. Last month a .large business wag one in the local post assistant osimaster Selman, announcing .that uring the month, of May he issued oney orders to the value of 1 and paid out money orders i It will be seen figures iat almost flve times as.ranch mon- waa Bent xnifc ,.pf. .than as sent in, and- It ,may be said in ng-the nc small amount of four otisand and some dollars went to mail order-houses of -great stern cities, not to build up ond or Alberta, but to fatten the allet of the mail order wolf and t more monej m circulation in Win peg, Toronto and other centres At point a question be in der, does the Bending away of nds of dollars every year assist in e building1 up of Tlajmond ..and in A spread of prospeiltj throughout ig community9 This is a pointed and may answered in c word. W. McD. Tail, represent- j ve of the Lethbridge Daily Herald, d secretary of the, Raymond Board! Trade, .returned home from-.a buai- j ness_trip on Monday even ing. In conversation with ,1. G. Allred local weed inspector, he infonnied the Herald that weeds In Ms district were not as bad us last MT. Allred's work began on June let and he.lias fairly well over the nipst diffi cult portion of his district on his .In- spection work His distuct nn aren of 2SS square miles' ihcludin; ranges lT-21 nnd townships 4-6, this Allred's district east inlo the viciinty of Warner and north to the lakes -between and Raymond. The district is really too for one man to cover but Mr, Allred's experience in this, work last year stands' him in good stead this year because lie knows just -where to look for weeds that are likely to travel again this year. Chairman L. D. King of the Domin- ion Day -finance committee reports that" two! Applications have been; re ceived-asking for-the privilege-of refreshments at Victoria Park d.uring-the big celebration on July 1st. Applications have been re ceived from the -Primary Association and the Ybiiiig Ladies association.-H s bath these organiza tions- will have booths ensuring the kindest attention to those who visit the park on that day. Funds.'for-the celebration are coming in .quite satis actorlly, and are..respond u'g very generously to the call which s. being made.-of them for contri" ions in the celebration. Quite a T! urge number .of .Raymond people have.Treceived invitations; from Magrath) Bachelor's club to the first ball to gUen undei the aus .WOMEN'S -TASTE .IN DRINKS London, Tho fol- lowing is a copy of a notice hung up in the; siuokiug room of one of the best' known wo- men's clubs -in :the west-' end of London: Short Absinthe cock- brandy Bronx cocktail. gin. cocktail, High land cocktail, lone tree cock- tail. Martini cocktail, Manhat- tun cocktail, pouaee, cafe, peachona slo-e gin cocktail. Vermouth cock- tall, whisky cocktail.. Long drinks Brandy fizz, brandy sour, clubi sour, cafe cocktail, egg nogg, gin fizz, John Collins, milk punch, roy- al Tom Collins, whisky fizz, whisky sotir, Stonewall, sling Any drink not on list please ask for. picas of nevt ing Mn.the plectric Theatre. C W Card and Sons were unfor innate this m losing one of their littlcfeflgre} elhng team, which Decently from Cardston The horse died on the .ranch-south of town, ;Next Sunday as. the meeting the Mutual Improvement association of Raymond, Stirling and "Welling evening iuth great Composers" -will be the subject papers mil, be read In each place on Handel and Mozart At Raymond, Mrs J T Henmger Jr and Mrs Fred Turner of Magrath ivill be the lecturer, at Stirling Miss Laura Redd and JIlss Ina Erlckson read the papers, and at Welling Miss Dorothy Young and Miss Viola Allen nill have charge of the meeting: Magrath holds its Mutual Impnyvement meeting on Tbes day night and Miss Maud McCart> and Miss Maraida Allen of Raymond will there trfrat same-suhject. There of illneis m Raymond this Little Dons Vaughan, aged one child of Wm Vaughefo, is suffering. from bronchial pneumonia Dr; Wray re- ported her some better jesterdaj but not entirelj out of danger jet Mrs Hanna, of the local station agent, is suffering from per I torn f is, and Mr AlskaUsh fro ma paraMic stroke which has rendered him en- helplesa and from which i it u quite probable be will not recover President Ernest Bramwell, of the Knight Academy on Monday morning for the 'east where he will enter the Chicago unheriity EOT the tummer months.: Before going -to Chicago Mr Bramwell will visit some of the large eastern cities incl.iding call upon C A. Magrath of the International Wat- erways Commission, and R. L, Bord- Mrs. Bramwell .and .the family will remain in Raymond during the summer, Several fine specimens of horses are appearing on the Raymond track fpr and show hat this'seasQfl be a good Vac ng season at the Sugar. it was thought. by ninny, that 'when Her- man .Johnson -left" town that. interest in. -horse hacing, would largely de: cline. Gordon. Young', son.pt' Young, wag brought, over -from Lethbridge on Monday Tvith a mild case of scarlet fever, and Is now- quarantined on part of .the-, property, of .his father. During the Jiast week the, water master, T: Harris, ;has, got Out a schedule in .which is .given the time at which. .parties; may -use -the irrigation. These cards are most compi ehensu e and er the yeai, an-d it is asked that citi zens preserve them user' in. Raymond will receive c-ne of these cards Last Monday Orien-Nalder Co. Ltd. General Merchants Dress Good's.' ReducecL Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 coiif. Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 por'cciit. Other bargains too, numerous to .mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. WE'RE AHEAD considerably when-It comes'to comparison', of MEATS We select ours on the-principle that you'first of all want the best meat you can >we -handle; only the choicest, as you'wilr admit after a> trial fact thai we aell meat prices males''thVHrial quite easy and :pleasantly economical. PIEPGRASS BBm MEAT.MAKKET Phone Rjymond, Ray.-Knight., sold to Ottawa, iv here he J C Lethljiidge 1182 head of 30 Mr Knight receued for the consignment an meragef'pr'ice head He declares that he t sheep raising IB the most prontable branch of the business The second shipment of' Mexican cattle passed through Raymond on Saturday eurbute for Cardston where they ulll be put on the range m the Blood Indian reserve. Iron- sides fc Fares have secured a lease on an immense tract of grazing land on the reserve Bishop Hvans of second, ward and Bishop Young Lethbridge re- ceived their official ordination .under hand of Apostle D. 0. McKay last Sunday, .It will be. remembered that thig ordination service was postponed until one of .the Apostles from .Salt iLake, City visited Alberta. editor of the Ray- mond Leader, spent in Card ston. Heber Allen, who Lhas been attend- ing- the Latter Day Saints university at Salt Lake, returned to his home in Raymond on Thursdav Kenneth Gordon is now working in Lethbridge, being employed b> R Gordon, government engineer. J.'B. Rlrie of Magrath -was a visit- or in Raj mond on Sunda> taking in Sunday school convention. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. (TOR1. '09) v- PHYSICIAN -i Office, West'ot Raymond Opera Houal '1st Street i Phone Open Day Nlghl DR. KIELLOR Office 1st' St. West and 1st St. South Alberta E DR. J. ELMER AMOS 'DENTIST Out'of muit mtke polntmocti by mail or 'phone. Office Moilre' Mornings Afternoons PHONE Raymond Alberta BUSINESS CARDS Practical Tinsmith Mot Ale Roofing, Plume-. Ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating, ve do all the big Jobi inuth of Leth. bridge. Write u i for eitlmitei, F. symond Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH' OF JESUS CHRIST Of LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES. 10 _ cel m. 7 pm. School M.'WALTON NURSE .JIaternitx Work a Sp.eclal.ty 'Phone-46 Raymond Alberta 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, MgT. Raymond Phone 5, Boom Block, Lethbridge; Phone 70S Those. who -wHl "write for the grade year" aH as follows ITaiir- etta. SalWbivMay Snow; Mabel King, Valeria Dezso David and L'es- Hef Stevenson Miss Blanche Wasden returned re centlj from a trip to Frank and other Crow's Neat toxins Alias Warden re ports a moat MBit in the moflnUliii if GeorgJ of the E E Trading spent the 'end as did G R [feull and 'H.jS'' Voung, who nttonded the com ention B Gould nursing a he believes of coloring rubbeftbciots" riiiff the ebraalon from TO McCarthy "and ndwin Last, auto mechanicians at .Walkervillc, ditched their to avoid colliding with hdrecTand rig McCarth) may die and LssCls badl; hurt JOHN Biihop. FOR SALE Good strong .buggy, ueed. only year, pole and shafts Pries 00 Also buggy without pole or shafts Price J20.00. to W.'MeD. Herald Office, Rajmond FOR SALE; Good Set Double Harnens; with single attachment Also two good Stock Sad dies s W. Mcb.TAIT EASTERN CANADA NEWS t ft; t fteo of GOO Cannon street east, a resident Hamilton for 50 years, is dead. Montreal Chinese, in-fanciful cos- tume, paraded in honor of republic. Dayman- Hlnohey, ;aged 76, waa up- set from :a, canoe'.in the Salmon river nesr Shahiionviiler'aud drowned: A companion saved .himself. Charles Martin of.Spencervllle has been appointed.-as a special .officer to act as assistant ..to Abraham Shaw, inspector of custonis in'.Kingston. Immigration to Canada ocean ports during the montii of April ft as as compaied last year. Loes of resulted from'the burning ot the G T H freight nheds at Brantford: A falling wall.alraoit caught-several firemen. Improved Farm 620 Jicrei, 10 from Lethbridje, 1 mile from 330 icree In nlrley. Price Oooil termt. Will be off mjrket on June 15th. W. McD. TAIT RAYMOND ;