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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 'I UK IIKKALD Saturday, 22 KB; KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KMi KeB K B JK_B__K Jt_ K B King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" 01 H MOTTO: Small Prol'ils; (Iqick licturns Mow onl your weedy corners with Scythes From Kins Bro.s. Our Screen Doors and Screen Window Slides Keep out (he Flies We iSlill have a lew Garden Cultivators Tlial are selling'sit hall' price. e can Mipph on for Beet Tliiniiiuir KB KB King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District Raymond's Rainfall ha.s put her Farmers on Easy Mired. MoKiiuo peuetialed 0 indie-> into soil and 10 indies into broken The Sccrelar.v of Ihe Botml of Trade will tell you of mond's opportunities. K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB RAYMOND SPORTS WILL BE FINE ELABORATE PROGRAMME BEING ARRANGED FOR DAY DOMINION B. A. AMOS, Agent lot Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies in and test the new light. We can install a complete sj'stem in yonr libine or business place. An excellent' light for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. BUILDING A BUNGA.LOW demand for much lum- ber of a superior quality, as bungalows are no longer a cheap makeshift for summer life, but up to date, complete bouses, with all modern conveniences, Our stock of lumber is Jiartlcul adapted 'class of building in fact; is so complete that it'can meet asy calls upon 'it from a small to the e up to the most elaborate modern mansion. E8UITY. LUMBER, CO., .LTD; RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company. Limited Raymond, Alberta of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets f DEALERS IN AND BKEEDEBS OF FIfiST CLASS HOUSES "AND CATTLE. THE HOESES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT OE WHICH ARE TURNED OFF YEARLY SOME OF THE BESOV DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE' HUNDRED AND THOUSAND ACHES OF GOOD. FARM AND. RANCH LANDS E.P.ELLISON .Manager JAS. E. ELLISON 1 Secretary The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN .MOVED TO RQOMS and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From this office all oiir business south of .Lethbridge Ja transacted ind our Jlr. Tail has authority', to act for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. inond, June for the IjIu celebration are jiroprt'ssiiis ver; favorably and all sign's point to n urns ingvprogram of sports on-Dominion Day It is with some regret -.that (lie liearti that ytlrllns has 111111011 need its intention to celebrate Confedenitloi bay, as Itiiymuml was looking to thl. town for a large number or people to take part in the "Sugar" .town's festivities Magi-nth, Will no celebin- ilon. und large numbers of people from the "Harden City hitve already expressed their Intention of attending the celebra- tion here, and with ihese people und.those of Ilayinond and the surrounding district the attendance will undoubtedly be un- usually large und representative. resident and -Mrs. S. and r. Allen's mother, who resides at Hiram. ITtiih, arrived home from very pleasant visit to Utah last Thursday evening, in conversation with The Herald, yesterday Mr. Allen said that they were pleased to get back to Raymond once again. The municipal authorities are ing the right spirit when they iluit they .will. take it upon themselves to put the race track in shape for the great celebration which will be held, i Raymond on Dominion Day. T. Har iis, tvhu has had a .wide experience in thi line, will have charge of the proposed im provements, and race truck.-men "may res inured that when "the course is finishes !t will be one of the, best, if not the best in Southern Alberta. This week a deal was-concluded by C. Card and sons became owners of the blacksmUhiiig and horse shoeing- business .of K. -C. Kverson. This is the fifth lime this business has changed hands since iis erection by Hawkins Ifm-rls about five years ago. is one o; the best equipped shops in Southern Al- berta, and the 'enterprising- new owners nill likely make some more Improvements after 01 he .strength or his inn lo supply tlie IIP cessary pun 4.1 for ilit printing of hi sheet. On frijin Calgary a tsedod souit lown he pres n expert ns discovered Must tras. This will and the Leader to be run ill in the meanwhlli off "in the devil's uwn It is-no slrable Job these .lime cither, of tlie 191.' nnnut) Herald ji icily.' riumber are on at Ijlau s t> and those wishing (Oiiles nre ask o get them there. Thi Boimfof I m 111 not sell any unless in (juantltlis a hese will sold Ihrotish Mr. Blair. 1 sane this year is an excellent one, and moral, citizen should miss sending it one to some friend who might be i; ereeted In-the Sugar Town or in Sunn Mithern Alberta F.. Mann, ledger keeper of the bunk lontreal at Jtayniond. Is cnjoyinp a hoi Us: week. Mr. Ilann believes thfl away from, the madding crowd lace, to holiday, and with a tent In h out to sheep camps on.Kip tltl Chin coulees', where he will ie operntlons and enjoy a hoi with Mr. Killop, who is in charge o Mr. Knight's sheep In that district. Frank Holt of Raymond was a visitor t the Cards ton and Wolford '.districts Wed nesday. He made the .trip in Mullen Brothers' auto of Taber, ;business.'hein the object uf the Join J. 'W. who has been teaching i the public school-here for some accepted a position as principal of th Blairniore public school. Next Monday afternoon at the Victorii park diamond tin- lucal lia.sebfill tenm wi; cross bats with the-Xew Dayton team. "Itollo Kensey returned Thursday aftei noon und .Utah, where h has been.einployed cattle ranch. H says he Is gljul .to ;get baiik to Sunn' Southern Albei'ta, Will Scott, formerly-of liaymond, bu now a resident of was i visitor in Raymond last .week. Mr. Scot here on business.and states that tht crops were-just as fjir'advanced'in Al as they were In Idaho. Mans mfoitned The He-ild tep isentntive few days ago that before the tenders couia be railed fOr the construc- tion of the new cement .walks a survV ould have nyide of the proposed route This nill bp done without delaj NEW WAR LORD'S BRILLIANT CAREER ALBE'RTA SUMMER SCHOOLS sidei fruit farm which he ;planted th He has also considerable property'in'Cal- gary, as well as in Raymond. The which thn Telephone Co. is anticipating in this southern country may be-seen .in the fact that a.trouble shootei has been located permanently at IjtH.vmpnd jirid will work the districts adjacent to xragrath, Ray mond, Stirling and the A. L branch south to Coutts Yesterday and today the. public works department of the town had ia "numbt; men busy setting up-the wind mill ni the spring, from.-which the' water -supply, of the town is drawn. Supervisor Harris in- formed The Herald yesterday O'at It' tliU wind mill WHS successful two or. three others would, be'immediately' set ;ip for the purpose of eliminating the; engine This will greatly reducu .the cost of and Mr, Harris con- At the Alberta summer schools to be held at CooKiug Lake, July loth to 16th JLake, July 24ih to Aug 2nd and Banff, Aug 7th to Hth A J W Mej ers Ph D post- graduate of. Columbia University, New York, will conduct a series of study classes on religious education, The following v ill be the subjecia or iis nine lectures hat is successful Sunday school teaching? i What does a teacher need to know about his own pupils? 3 point of contact. 4 The experience and new ideas. 5 How to make a lesson-plain, G HOH to make the material a lesson vivid. 7 Expressional work. S The Sundaj school pupil's mem on Connecting ti nth and life through and personality Any information regarding the sum mer schools be had applying io the head Sun- day school association C-Ugarj of GROUND TO DEATH ALTHOUGH ONLY YOUNG MAN .RT. HON. COL. J. E.1 B. SEELY HAS PLAYED PROMINENT PART Colonel .1. K. S. Seely, D.S.O., who iiives up iiortfolio of under-secre- of 'war-.to becoiiio tliu first war lord -.in succe'-ision to Lord Ifaldjine, who, in turn, goes to the AVoolsack in succession to Lord Loreburn, wus from IflOS to 1911 secretary for the colonies. He is a young politician who is making ihe most of his opportunities. Picture n tall, erect man who looks the early thirties, with a very straight back, a long .hutdiet-shaped face, and shining chestnut hair care fully brushed. His high color and large bright blue eyes complete the picture. Immaculate is the word for him.- Always excellently garbed, he gives one somewhat the impression, whether in frock coat, morning suit, or evening dress, of having just, stepped 'rom a baud box. But to draw hasty conclusions from this would certainly ead to error. No person i-n parliament less of the effeminate than this spruce young -minister. There is tough stuff in Uim. In the lourae of he has distinguish- ;d himself a.score of times in the face if physical danger. You may criticise iis you will be .forced to dmire the and laupy hearted English way with which e-'nieets' difficulties. Saved Nine Lives fate had not thrown .Colonel Seely Ho politics he would assuredly have een heard of in other directions. 'He 1S6SJ the youngest son of ;ir Charfes Seely. He was educated t Harrow and Trinity ..College, Cam ridge, and was afterwards called to IB bar.nt the Inner Temple." But life ad .more exciting things in store for m, than a practice at the bar. His ome is in the.isle.of Wight, and he taken.pan in a good deal of.iife- oat work. On one occasion-.when lie as twenty-three, a French ship was distress und on. the point ;of foun- ering the range ,of tb> on the coast With lifeline around his waist' he swam it to the .ship. By so doing he saved ne IHCH He holds a gold medal om.tlie French government for the In 1900.and 1901 he was rving with the Imperial Yeomanry South Africa, and his quality and ring are marked by the fact that he as mentioned In dispatches find ;re- ived the Distinguished Service Or- He holds the Queen's medal with five clasps.' While he was away fight- ing In Africa, the Isle of Wight elected him as its Conservative representative in parliament! After Colonel Seely came back and took his seat in the house he soon be- make himself prominent as a rebel.- On free trade and other topics be became a very thorn in the side oE ihe Unionist party. Since 190h" he has sal as the Liberal member for tin Abeicrombj division of Liverpool He was ,a valuable acquisition to the Lib erals lie used to sit on the jench below the gangway always to say cutting things ,in a deep rich 0'6rien-NalderCo.Lttl, General Merchants Dress 0 oods Reduced 30 .Ginghams and ,Cnlicos> Reduced 25 pe Men's Ladies' Goats Reduced 20 Pc Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia, You need not fear Meats purchased Kor (hey are good To use as food. So let us know .lust when lo go Ami take to 'you .For; roast pivslew, A pound or so v v Our price is low, Glye us a .call. OIJH MEATS 'beat all Vv PIEPGRASS BEOS. t MEAT n. Phone 17 Raymond, Alta. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J; S. WRAY (TOR. '09) Office, West or Raymond Opera House 1st Street Bhons 48. Open Day Night DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. Soath Alberta Edmonton; June unknown laborer 'was ground to death under the, wheels" of- a. Grand Trunk Pacific rain tins morning about 7 o'clock. The man's head and-left anil' we're severed from his body loice read} for exery all night sitt nu, pleased to exasperate bad' bench Unionists with his bojish bland ness and persistency Apologized-Delightfully In the arlj hours of one morn.ng during a heated discussion on the feed ing of poor .school children Colonel DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make ap- liuliHments by mail or 'phone. Office Hours Mornings Afternoons PHONt 69 I Raymond Alberta M. WALTON .GRADUATE NUHSE Maternity. Work a Specialty Phone 45 Raymond Alberta BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb! Ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Hinting.' We do all 'bridge the'blg jobl south of Lith. Write .Ul for ettlmates. .jmond Alberta .RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF, LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday Afternoon 2 p.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m: JOHN F. ANDERSON, We have Ten Thousand Acres of fi mixed farm land iu ilic Kayniond 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 forncr. BIIJ while prices are reasonable II yon are looking for a good truck garden we have several on our list that w ill interest you. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. GEO. H. BUDD, Mgr. Kayniond Phone 5, Hoom 12, Hull Block, Lethhridge; Phone 708 Ecelj slid bitter things in a genial tom about "well-fed members" coming dou' ami opposing the feeding of half-stan- ed childien An irate membei posses sing a thin figure and a very serloiiy face, just spoken, rose in ex- citement ah'd demanded Jf Hie1 words well Tod" applied to him. With a de- ightful ;air of apology Colonel Seely that nothing was fiiithei flora his thoughts The calm apologj 11 the face of the other's anger delight- ed the Liberals almost as much as the original expression It was, of course, an to put Colonel Seely du the treasury bench luotn the J.ibeiil point of view lie has succeeded admirably. Pos- sessing abounding confidence, Colonel that ho could be unobllli she fend 1Mb ninnner gave Ihe infiiression that he [101 fcctlyj able ami willing to filter into Inttlc if occasion leaulicil but lunf not, ho was in the seats of the he would only do so if emeifccncy dV manded It, 01 if it were icnuireil by FOR SALE ..Good strong buggy, used only year, pole and shafts. Price Also buggy without pole or shafts Price Apply', to .W. McD. TAIT, Herald Office, Raymond. FOR'SALE' Good Set Double Harness, sinple aliachment Also tno good Stock Sad dies W. McD. TAIT his opponents his npu post 10 lias developed remarkably. To hear inn ans-.vering questions is often quite treat, lie replies to his opponcnla a combination of tolerance, geni- ality and omnipotence Politinl enj hets ami interruptions he treais as lie would treat the' cries of a naughty child He files to amoolii auaj thestj vretchert moods so liinvorihy. of the iistiigu'ohed slate-in-cn who indulge n them. That is his attitude. He nays iiiinorous things witii 'his long, thin ace as serious as that of a red Indian, lie lectures Ills, critics in.a manner which, is irresistible. LOST HER .VOICE AND DIED. an clabprated sense of comtts> to- hei speech. Miss' Anne .Jano iMnber, daughter of Ahv and Jlrs.. Charles Maber of St. lohn N B lost her nhen i-he Jicnid of the serious Illness ,of her and1 died without Improved Farm 620 acrei, 10 miles from Lethbridge, 1 mile from Wllion Sldlns 330 icrei In barley. Price MO.00. Good termi. Will be off the market on June 15th RAYMOND" W. McD. TAIT ;