Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday. June 2fl, THE ftl DAILY HERALD 15 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KBKB KB KBKB KB KB ros. HOUSE OF 'Specials for Dominion Day Celebrations Ladies" Pure Silk Gloves, in blaclf nnd while, 23 inches lona1. pei' pair Ladies' Ji'ine -Lisle Hose, in blacfc( Avhite and all fancy colors, iu or plain, per pair. liadies' Lace and Linen Collars -and "Jtibots in latest styles, come ;and see what wo have A huge stock of Swiss Cotton Voiles, Ginghams and ings in latest designs. ALL. STYLES OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS tq suit tastes King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KBKBKBKB KB KB KB :KTJ KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K'B KB KB KB R. A, AMOS, Agent Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come In and test the-new We can install a complete system in your. or Jijisiness place, f t -An excellent light for churches.' is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. WE WANT TO SATISFY YOU that what counts with UB is a satisfied customer., And the only way we can satlsty our cus- tomers ib by giving them lum- ber of a value and Quality that "is1 above question or criticism. We do not Iiold large supplies ot lumber for speculative purposes to raise meet the normal 'demand 7for' our 'timber. EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta 3X of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets D'EA-LBESUf'AND-BEEEDERS OE- FIRST GLASS-HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT OF WHICH ARE TURNED OIT YEARLY SOME 01 THE BEST .DRAFT HORSES IN'ALBERT A.' HAVE, FOR t SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTV-EIOHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON Manager JAS. E. ELLISON twrattry The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS C and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From this ofllco all our business south ot Lethhrldge Is transacted an'd our Mr. Talt has authority, to act for lie. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. Raymond will haye the biggest PATRIOTIC CELEBRATION in the history of the town on Dominion Day, July 1st All buiineu houses will close, but the usual half holiday Wednesday will be suspended WILL START LAYING CEMENT SIDEWALKS Raymond to Have Modern Day Walks Dominion Celebration Raymond, June special meet- ing of the Raymond town council was held in chambers last Wed- nesday evening. There were present Mayor Evans, and Councillors Haw- kins, Roffson, Hicks, Powelsou and Allen. In opening the meeting Mayor Evans the .purpose of the special session was to consider the re- port of the Works and Property Com- mittee in the matter! of the sidewalks, and to consider the appointment of a town solicitor, the. services of, Wm. Laurie of Cards ton having been term- inated several ago. Before the main topics were brought up Council- lor Roffson spolte of the prevalence of stray animals .declaring that the num- aer stray cows on the streets at the present time, both during the day. and, night, was he.main- :ained .that the. bylaw should be, rigidly enforced..in this regard.and .that the sireets.and avenues cleared' of-stray stock, Other ...members of the council present spoke freely of the natter, all believing: that A the suggesr ion of Councillor Rplfs.on .was .very, ,imely, and it was therefore concluded hat the Marshall be instructed to' en orce the law in this regard. IMayoi Ivans then called, upon--.Councillor Jawkius to give a report of the Works and Property Committee In, the raattei Councillor Hawldns aid that his committee :had hat they had read carefully tho.apeci Ications used by the City ot jli bridge in -their sidewalk .construction his season, and that'they, had selectee lie stipulation', and clauses (which in heir opinion the town council'of-Bay: icmd wanted and should .adopt Councillor, Hicks read the :specifica- ions of the City of Lethbridge clause iy clause, laying special stress on liose marked .by the Property Com- mittee as being suitable.for the needs f Raymond, The mater.was'thorough- gone into by the council, the mem- ers engaging discussion; .was thought advisable-to; en gage, an ngineer to take charge otrthe" work, was moved by Councillor Holfson hat council proceed-to employ an xpert engineer to run the grading f walks and draw up specifications of le proposed work. This was unanl Loualy paased, and the way IB now lear for the calling of-tenders and the rarly construction of walks. It wajs rged by several of the councillors hat actual construction operations .be ommenced at an early ;date, as -the eason was rapidly advancing and only wo months remained in which cement ould be properly Handled. The subject of a town-solicitor was len given the .attention of the council nd It was finally moved by Councillor lieu that the mayoi be instructed to mploy Messrs. Palmer of ethbridge for the town ir the cuient year. This motion uab irrled without dissent-.and the meet; ig adjourned. The final committee meeting for the omlnion Day celebration was held st night In the opera house. Major vans'in the chair, there being pres- nt representatives from all the com Hteea. Arransements were complet- d for the -festivities on Monday and was found that if the'plans of the management are brought to a, success ful issue, will be one of th most held1 in the Suga Town. With fine weather nrpv'ailin there .'Is little doubt but that tlie pro gram 'will 'bo .carried -out as per rangement..'j.ne race track is uow in splendid shapo for. racing, and th baseball diamond is now the best i Southern Alberta. The game between Warner, and Raymond will be the nios crucial contest ever seen In this town as both teams-are'determined to win will almost-put the pen nant on ice, showing Us Immense Im portance. Several flew ?faccs will be seen on 'and the publl may rest assured .that the game wil not be a repetition of mond.game.oC last Wednesday The Ladies' Aid-Society of the Pros by terian.church met on 'Wednesday af teruoon, at the- home'.of Mrs. Thos Gould. Officers for the ensuing yen: were (Dr.) Amos; being again elected to the piesident's chai with Mrs. Thos.: Gould' as vice-presi dent, MIS (Rev.) Toorabs, as spcretarj treasurer, and Mrs. R. A.AJJIOS pianist The most pleasing feature of the la dies' meeting was a'presentation made to Mrs. F. A. McDuffee, the retiring secretary of the Aid, who it about io eave tor the east summer visit after which, she, Mr. McDuffee will take up her residence m Van couver, Mrs AMOS read the address great i egret that Mrs McDuffee was leaving, and reference made to her splendid work during her stay in Ray mono Mrs (Dr) Keillor on behalf of the Ladies Aid then presented McDuffee with a beautiful cut glass watei bottle The lecipient made a'flLtmg reply, not withstanding the 'fatVfthat( she was taken entiiely by Raj mond people, particularly Geo H. Budd, manager of the Secujity In vestment Co, delighted Jasl Thursday evening t by, thei announce- ment which appealedkin the columns oC .The Herald to Hou iMr. Cochrano, minister ot rail ways, had approved of G.T-P. route map for the Calgary LethbrWge-Coutta line. The.present' survey, of this line passes on the east side oftRaymond, and now that the route has been ap proved by the railways construction will probably ,be hegun at least spring This jiew line means nuch to Raymond as it will open up for settlement territory of fertile land to the 'south of the t9wn and will almost trouble the >alue of real estate in ceitam parts of the country and the town Mr.' Bpdd is very enthusiastic the believes it will be the greatest bless- ing that could come to the town at this particular time, as tiansportation and settlers is what the country jieeds most now that the minister-of railways rendered a favorable decision ,m :he'matter of the loute The public 11 anxiously watch for the, next move whjch. the railway company will make. Manager Connolly of the Bank of Montreal at Raymond left recently 'or a three weeks' holiday. He goes liist to Winnipeg, from which pluce he will visit his-home in Ont., and also a few days in Montreal Students are still writing on examinations. Grades VIII to XII will be represented in the and Ur Dobaon, presiding examiner, has been .having a very busy time. The very.vhpl-weather is not tending to'as- sist the 'students'in working out their' problems. I Miss Redd and Miss Davis of the public school staff gave their students an ice cream party, on Thursday after- noon, It being the'last day of school The children thoroughly enjoyed the treat'-Mr. "Verge gave'hte students :a similar feast on Friday afternoon. School closed yesterday in all depart- ments W McD. Tait, southern, represents, live of the Herald, return- ed'home on Thursday from a few days business tiip to Winnipeg Mr. Tait that the'city is unbeaiably hofc at the present llipo and that he is glad to get back on the free plains once again iMr. father of A. F.. Mc- uffee, accompanied the baseball team to Warner last Wednesday. is an old .enthusiast, and enjoyed the Hrip immensely, although he cen- sured several of the local players quite Eil. Keselef of Mammoth Raymond yesterday and in conversa- tion with'a.representative of the Her- ald stated that on Wednesday evening his-district had a good soaking rain, The thunder and lightning on the Ridge, was even'worse than it wag in Raymond. The rain did untold '-bene- fit to the crops, and they are looking much revived as a consequence. Mi of Provo, Utah, is usittng friends in Raymond lit will remain heie for the'uext two weeks and will probably spend Ihe summer in Southern Alberta, as the country looks good to him. At the Alberta- theatre Thursday night Miss Dorothy Young Time Our Lives Shall Meet Once More This theatre has been very for lunate In getting the services of Miss Young for, their illustrated songs The young lady is known throughout the whole of-Southern-Alberta as a singer of some merit, and her connection with the 'Alta is just f n'other indication of this theatre's policy of providing only liigh-class entertainments for their patrons. Fred Ralph, who has been, freight ugenL at the station here for the past two years, has severed his connection uith the railway 'company. He has been succeeded (here by'Earnest Pet- tifor, who has occupied a similar po- sition at the Magrata station. The change took place tins w eek. Mi. Ralph has1 be'en an efficient official of the company during his two jeais' faer- i'ice and by the change the C.P.R loses-a Several -parties fiom Taber and Barn well; 'passed through Raymond; on Friday enroute for the Water-ton Lakes, where they will spend a few veelts They were well fitted up with lie usual camping outfits and were sell provided with all supplies Sev- eral parties from Raymond will leave his coming week for the lakes and will spend some time there This re- ort is better than ever tills year and vill by inumerous' pleasure ekers. the Sunday school" Ben-ice at the 'resbyterlan- church tomorrow-, the quarterly review of lessons wili be ic- iewed mail or Office'Houra: Mornings -AtUrnooas I PHONE Raymond Alberta BUSINESS CARDS Practical Tinsmith: Net Alr'Htailng, f Ing, Fitting, Sttam We do all the big aouth of bridge. Write u> for aatlmatM. F lymond Alberta1 BRUCE COPE i Cement Contractor' All kinds of Concrete work jieltlrj orccutcd at reasonable prices.' Wiirk; guaranteed. Private it' Apply flee, Security Block, orj Mr. Monday for the purpose of com- leting the staff of school for the oming season. Two applications have een passed on, Redd's and oyson's It is understood that Mi. mith will continue in the capacity of. rlncipal and that Melviu King Iso be a member of Ihe faculty ral applications are in trom various aria of the country, and ihese will M. WALTON GRADUATE .NURSE Maternity Work a Specialty Phone 46. Raymond We Have Jwst Listed Some Snaps in the t Cardston District Ranch and Farm Lands at Sacrifice Prices Mixed Farming is the only sure method uud you will adopt it. Let us talk this matter over we can suit you If there s anything in the Bcnl Estate Line you want we can it, at the right price. We have1 to loan on improved farms. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. GEO. n. BUDD, Mgr. Raymond Phone 5, Itoom 12, Hull Block, Lethbririgc; Phone 708 all be consideieil at the meeting Mon dk> night. Large numbers of the Lethbi idge Herald publicity edition' are being sole Blair book store at 25 cents a copy. This splendid number IB un- surpassed from an advertising stand- point, and is an excellent.thing ttrsenc to one'rf frieudb in fiti-off parts of the country, as It gives a comprehensive description of the and the marvelous opportunities that are of fered by Raymond and Southern Alberta. Another, leak has, been discovered in the water main along Broadway in front of the Model Cafe. This is a Her ious condition and It appears as though something ought to be done to remedy the defective portions of the main The council will probably probe into the. matter very searchingly to dis whom ;.the blame may be justly placed. This is about the fifth or sixth leak in a radius of a few yards tn the past weeks that been found by the .municipal authorities. The Taylor Slake Priesthood moot- held in the first ward meeting house this morning. All the wards were represented, Magi-nth having the largest delegation prcsent'of Ihe out side towns. Matters of import- ance were discussed before the'meet- ing adjourned. R. Roae, representing U. 0. Dunn Go's, Mercantile Agency, was in Hiiy- m'on.1 Thursday of this week in the In- terest ot his company. Speaking with The Herald, Mr. Hose reported that more rain had fallen between Mnclflod and Calfiary than in the southern, RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF CHRItT OF.; LATTER OAV i! BUNDAT SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 j.m. t Afternoon t> p.m. C Snrlca, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON. tion ol the but there war difference in the condition of ttra envo He eipreoed blmaelf M bclac ytfiatt. with the condition of aftalra south jofi LeUtbridge and h'antlctpitliK crop for tiie nouthern Geo. Brewerton of the E ft'E. Trad- Co, North Lethbridge, wu a. viiltor in Raymond Monday and Tues- day of conferring with the proprietors of the opera house 1n re- gard to the aale ol roller akatea. Mr. Brewerton has a scheme on foot to stait an open air roller rink Leth- bridge, tuts being the roawn of desire to purchase the by the opera house company. He be- lieves that there is a splendid, opening for such an amusement hall in bridge, and in all probability he will set up at an early date. Ray kniglit nil! shortly commence the erection of a large stock tank ou the: Butle ranch north of Raymond; Ttie cistern l: be constructed of con- crete and will be eight feet wide, 20 feet long and 9 feet high, holding cubic feet of water. Bruce Cope ha? the contract to do the job Mr advertisement appears In this 'isine of The Herald and IT anyone daairea cement work done we do not hMtuta in rcferiing them to him. He BM Itteil :n the cement business foi ,botlit n Ihii, countu and in the Unlttd King-, do in and is fully capable, o( huAl ill eorlH of jobs. He bai alresdjT uted a number' of waliisTor prominent citizens of hey have all been entirely" with his V j i r i.'v -Vfi.