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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. June THE LETHBMDCK DAILY HEKALD Page II K B K K B K B K B K B K B K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KingBras.Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITV" ;r OUB MOTTO: 'Small Profits; Quick Returns Mow out your weedy 'comers with Scythes From King' Bros. Our Screen Doors and Screen Window Slides ,v> Keep out the Flies We Still have a i'c'w Garden Cultivators Thai we are selling at half price. We- can supply you willi hoes for Beet Thinning King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE'.OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB ;KB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District Kaymond's Rainfall has put her Fanners on Easy Street. Moisture penetrated 6 inches iiitpi sod and 10 inches into broken soil. I j _ The Secretary of the .'Tj'aclo will tell you of Ray-' NEWS ITEMS FROM BUSY SUGAR TOWf R. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in an4 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. WE WANT TO SATISFY YOU that what counts with us is a satisfied customer. And the only way we can satisfy our cus- tomers is by giving them lum- ber of a value.and quality that is above question or criticism. :Wo--do 'not hold large supplies of lumber for speculative purposes to raise prices, but to meet the normal demand :.for our timber. EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Finest Qftality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DJOlALEES IN AND BEEEDBRS OE FIEST CLASS HOESES AND CATTLE. THE EOESES INCLUDE PUEE BEEDS, OUT OE WHICH AEE TUENED OFE YEARLY'SOME OE THE BEST DKAFT HOESES'IN ALBEETA. .FOR -APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND 'THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS Raymond, June SDeolal anebt ing of the Raymond school board wag held lu the council chamber Monday night. There were "present Chairman T, O. Secretary Wrldo and Board Member Stark. A session was held, il being thought advisable to hold the..regular ing, which ivljl bo held 'one week front this .evening. A resolution'- ivas instruct- ing the chairman' ariu" secretafyjtreas- urer to borrow 31500'fronT'the1 Batik of Montreal to make' payment: to the. teachers' at "the close fof-ithe "termi This ;wus 'practically 'all the -business that was transacted, and the ing 'was adjourned. Marie, Y. Croxall brought-, a ;fihe sample, of, wheat- into -tihe.'.oflice of tno Herald con espondent laef Sat urday which measured ithree feet in height Tho samplg deep green in' color, ,md it had all the appearance of' being 'in first" class' condition, and looked though it had ithe'power to: resist'a deal of dry weather-to come.-' Mr.-Croxall has a'large acreage ot this eame kind of.-wheat, and he says' tfliat the sample was only an., average of the whole .field. Last- Saturday a-fternoon the" Ma- grath-junior baseball, club played 'the juniors ;0f .the game re- ELiwiri-for the visitors, the score being 7 'to 13 It a splen did gam-e and was intently watche by a large crowd of enthusiasts. Bot teams did excellent work, the fea ture being the flri'e -twirling by Rice the Magmth This youngste Jias a future- before him if he stay with !the game. The game went off without a hitch, 'and the best ot" feel ing prevailed. W. T. Harris was thi umpl're and gave full satisfaction These junior ganws be en couraged as -the- boys are developing into first class players, and iu a fe'w years they will compose the materia a large, lawn in front of JiU hou. and this attains its usu growth the place will present a appeal ance It Ib that eveij Raymond. YounK and Miss Olga Anderson "were ghen charge of the junior clasH It is an exceptionally capable staff of w orkers, and doubt progress will be made in the required activities: the lirst ward. W. McD. Tatt, 'Southern represent- ative of the Lethbrldgo Daily Herald, left: on Saturday morning for "Win- nipeg, where he will remain foi a few days Business was the object trip. Air. Mrs, fled success, a't least this ib the ain ot to do th to afJpomplislTjnelr purpose the must "be1 ok undivided c in the race track, a gang of men earns heing on the job. nil day under be direction of Supervisor Harris The track is being shortened 'tov.ti half a: mile and other. '.needed .inf, iproyements are heing; made. Tho course will he put in-, splendid shape ROOSEVELT IS OUT TO SCRAP ARRIVES AT-'OYSTER BAY EAGER TO GET INTO FRAY Oyster Day, June -the or- ganization of the new progressive party definitely-under way, ex-Presi- dent Roosevelt returned homo today from Chicago. .He.was smiling and In fighting neighbors Iii-Oy- stci Baj, who followed the poll itical fortunes of the Colonel did not know how to receive a re- turning- champion or a. vanquished warrior, but he assured those who saw him that he-'was not in the.least dismayed by ithe -happenings at Chi- cago. "I understand ;that some of the newspapers he remarked, "said that.I return-ed from Chicago greatly nged, lilies of care on my face. By George, that.is'so fun- ny." He hia head and laughed. "You see how I he continued, 'I like fight in'my ife., and you who 'were' at Chicago know that if. there was a man who was not: concerned or nervous, I was the man. Ool." Roosevelt was greatfy- pleased .t the news from Baltimore. He showed cloEel> he keeping n touch with -the situation there by edging; the vote bv which Bryan had been' defeated In his 'contest with Parker over the .temporary chairman- ilitp. O'Grien-Nalder Co. Ltd, General Merchants Dress "-Goods Eeduced 30 Per Ginghams and Calicos Reduced'- 25 PC Hen's Ladies' Coats Eeduced 20 Pe Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for -sale.- Phone 13 Raymond, 'here on the first of for the races Tuly While Athel Cooper was trying to jump over a fence on Monday oven- ing last ho Jnet with a very painful accident, the unfortunate on a piece of barb wire, cutting, hia leg very badly Uplift the farm home 'through the education of the farmer's daughter toward greater usefulness and' tractiveness in the farm home 'REMIEK AND MINISTERS SAIL FF TO LONDON TO HUNT UP NAVAL PARTY Ottawa, Jun-e Bordeti nd big parity left' for Montreal they sail at-dawn by ie_Royal George tomorrow morning r'England. The party included the ight Hon. H. L. Borden, Mrs. Bor- en, and A. E. Blount, private secre- Hon. J. D. Hazsh and -Mrs. Haz- and secretary G. Heimann; Hon. Doherty, Miss Doherty, an John ackeir, 'private secretary; .Hon. elletier and Madame Fellotier; Sir os under Secretary of state for :ternal affairs, and Admiral Kings- ill. Hon. George E. already in London, While there arc a variety of mat- ters to be deult with, the one of fun- damental importance Is the naval pal the government: .The ministers, more the Hon. J. D. Hazen, with Admiral Kings mill, and Jr-S, Dgsbaretes, now in Bug land, will the auLhoritios of question In C T Doherty wi'l confer with the Imperial authorities on the Question of Imperial natural and copyright, while he represent the Dominion, and make the application foi Ho appesl the Supreme Court decision m the marriage question will fur- ther lepresent Quebec in the navy negotiation lion Pelletier will cqn fei inn connection cable and postal fates with France The party will absent, until 4be beginning of SeptoniberV 'You need not'fear t Meats here, For tney ai e good v To use as.food. v So let us: know Just when to go And take .to voii For roast or stew, A pound or BO Our price is .low. Give us a call OUR MEATS "beat all." PIEPGRASS BROS. MEAT MARKET Phone 17. Raymond, PROFESSIONAL CARDS W) PHYSICIAN f s s Office, West ot Raymond Street Phoni DR.KIELLOR Office 1st West and 1st St. South, Er.yinond Alberta DR. J. EMER AMOS "DENTIST f 'J "Out ot town mail or 5ff ice 'Houra Mornings Af ternooni 1 I. PHONE 69 Baymoml Alberta BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot .Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb- In jj, steam Fitting, Stunm Heating. We do all the big jogi louth of Lttn- bridge. Write ui for eitlmatta. I Albertn BRUCE COPE Cement Contractor All kinds of Concrete work reatly executed at reasonable prices Worlc euaraateed. Private walks a spec- ally. Apply at "Henild" Of- fice, Security Block, or "Mr. Cope. RAYMOND'S CHURCHES M WALTON GRADUATE NURSE Materuity Work a Specialty: Phone 46 Raymond -Alberta WELLING We have Ten Thousand Acres of first-class mixed farm land in the Raymond District to sell on 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 arc 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. II. BUDD, Mgr. Raymond Phone 5, Boom 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge; Phone 708 .Welling, June patties of Welling people are makiog pre- parations this weclv to leave the Kootenay. Lolrea, where they "will spend or ten. days'among the mountains. Hepoi Is from' the lakes say that.they aiq better than ever, and that lish are very plan'tlfuj TJie crops in (lie Welling district are in fairly good condition ,and J T. Heninger, .who is fawning Mveral thousand acres in that section ot the country, declares that .nothing will suffer for at least ten "days without moisture Rain, howeverj would be welcomed by .the Mis I T Heninger of Welling was a builneas visitor to Raymond on Saturday last John T. Heninger, the well-known mixed farmer of shearing operations on his 6000 head of sheep yesterday. j CHUHCH OF JESUS LATTEH DAY SUNDAY SERVICES: I Sunday School, 10 Afternoon 2 p.m. Droning: T p.m. JOHN F. ANDBH90N, OF FOR SALE bugsy, used onlj and -Pries JS3.M. Also'buggy without pole or Price ,12000 AiBly to t W. Mc'B. TAIT, Herald Office, Raymond, 1 ,FOR SALE ,1 Good Set Double Haraeiss, with nfnglo attachment. Aleo two good stockjSad- dlea. W. MeD. TAIT KINGSTQN'GUARDS _J____ RHYSICALLvlUNIfIT Kingston, June Four penlteii- ;lary guards'on Saturday received jjo- Jce that their services 'tyould'W no ongcr requited, ;is they have'been fonnd unfit for duly. ipcctor Douglas Stewart.'lntends malt- ing rsforms in the 'prison in view escapes, and a more careful selection of guards, with possibly ilghcr pay, will he one of them. Improved Farm 620 acrei, 10 miles from Lethbridge, 1 mile from Wilson Siding 330 acres in barley. Price 140.00. Good ,terms. Will be off. the. market on June 15th, r W. McD. TAIT ALBERTA ;