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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 4, THE LETIlimiDGE DAILY HERALD KB KB KB KB KB KB KBiKB KB KBKB KB KB KB KB KB King BtpS. Ltd. "HOUSt 9UALITV" t Special importation of English Rugs, Linoleum, Carpets and Cork Carpets SEAMLESS AXMINI8TER SQUARE; 130.00 tq........ TAPESTRY SQUARE; ENGLISH TAPESTRY SQUARE! I11.SO to ALBERTA AXMINSTER RU08 LOTUS RUBS Thlrty-itx by Fifty-four....... LOTUS RUGS Twenty-Mv.n by Fifty-four COCOA DOOR MATS EACH ,WILTON CARPET In.: ind KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KBKB KB KB KB 85c. 60c. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF-QUAUITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB 4B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, Agent lor Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the new light. We, can install a complete system in your home or businessjilace. An excellent .light-lor churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. SPRING HAS GIVEN THE SIGNAL, to start all building opera tions and we are all stpcked up with just the best line Building Lumber we ever handled Our teams are al- leauy at work delivering ad vance orders, and we are .awaiting jours So pass it along Our stock of dim- ensions 'is exceptionally fine this pine, spruce are not, wanting, in quality, Shingles, J Flooring, Sheath- ing, Lath, etc, lust'as you like them. LUMBEja Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta i of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BREEDERS 01 FIRST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE 'PURE- BREDS, OUT OF WHICH ARE TURNED OFF YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALB APMOXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY.EIGHT THOUSAND OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS E, P. ELLISON, JAS. E. ELLISON Miller Degener THE HOUSE OF QUALITY WE ARE AGENTS FOR De Laval Cream Separators Sherwin-Williams Co., Paints, Oils, and Varnishes, South Bend Ind., Malleable Steel Ranges. Stirling, Alberta. Raymond District The Canadian Mail, U'publiciitiou, printed in Londjon, England, has the following to' Say regarding real estate'ivmi1 railway building in the district .south of Lethbridge. "Lethbridge real estate men are reporting a strong demand for "near-ln" [arm lands enquiries are being received from nil paitb of the Dominion It Is also stated that tho coming season will witness an on-onnous amount of holding' In and about Lethbridgo, chiefly of residences, ot, the and chiEu, a good number, of Ilium brick. A largo amount of railway bulldlaf lias also been tor. this sectloit, the Lolhbridge-Weyburtf linf of tho C. P R. being among the most Important of the projectod developments. Ask Raymond Board about it- BUSY SESSION OF THE COUNCIL Raymond Council Decides I on Considerable Civtc Improvements Raymond, May regular meeting or the Raymond'town council ;was held on Thursday night, May .'2; In tho council chamber with all the .members around the board, save Coun cillors Hicks and Holrson. Th-s minutes of the meeting 'of the finance committee at which Council- lor Allen, Supervisor Harris and As- .seEBor Wrldo wore appointed to the assessment committee, were read and on. Many communications were -iec'elv ed by the board and were considered. i On-Q from J C. Allret! asking per- mission to fence the sidewalk south and west of'.his residence. Mr. All- ;red hag set out some young trees on 'this portion of this street and wishes ito. protect them from the town herd which goes up and down First street i west twice a day. The request was granted on condition that smooth wire be used for all the strands save the top, which'was to be barbed, and Unit turnstile gates 'be put at either end. Y; H. Ying asked liermiBsion to con- struct an addition which was to be a to be used for. a bed room in connection with th-a building he occupies on Broadway. As this location, islwithin the flro" limit, tho council -found it necessary to re- fuse the request Rfr Ymg as an alternative asked permission to erect a tent. 'No objection, of course could to this The request of the faculty ahd'stti-' of the Knight Academy for a sidewalk from Broadway to the Acad- emy building was -It was shown that the foot trsflic on this street to the Academy was very great and that cons id era ble inconvenience was by .the .students in wet weather in getting to -and 'from school. Cement Walks For .Broadway The question. laying permanent walks on Broadway -from, the C. P. R. station to the south the street was and discussed; :Tbe >vo-rks and property committee ;were instructed to ascertain whether or not the property owners interested will sign tho petition for a cement side walk from First street south -to .the station, and if this committee should be successful in securing these sig- natures, the board walk now on Broad nav will be used in constructing the sidewalk asked tor bv the faculty and students of the Academy. C. and Sons wrote explain- ing that the 10 per cent, reductiph' in water rates for p-re-payment had escaped their notice, and they wished to settle to June .1st., and asked for the discount. The council did not .see Its .way clear to grant the request. Report' Supervisor T. W, Harris gave a-de tailed re nor l. of his work Aiupng the things done this month was re- pairing of the engine at the spring, re-arranging and re wiring street lights and installing new'ones; repair-! Jog wind mill at the well; smoothing the road on Broadway .from the canal to the station; several days work Ion .the ditch at the canal, and filling" in the mud hole on the road west of the town. Dr. J. S. Wray, medical health- of- ficer, .reported favorably on the health of the town He aihlaed that the town: premises be cleaned reported that his department had de cfded'on the month of May forthis work. Jraie.Glbb was present .and pro- tected against the1 superyUor. filling: in" a on Broadvtay and charging, the work to his account. On a further discussion of the ad- visability ol paving Broadway it was suggested that-'several companies be conferred with'regarding the cost of the work, ami; the secretary was in- structed tp communicate with these. .T. >W. was present to ask that '.he water ponds south of the A R anfl I cantil be drained by the A ;R. and I. 'The mayor answered thlf suggestion by saying that the ditch was there before the municipality, to drain the land referred to, it would be necei, sary to with town funds The school board asked for to meef; a present emergency. The major and secretary were instructed by the council to bonow a sum of money not exceeding Pay Roll The pay Toll.'was considered with the explanation .of. "an account o'' Mc- DuKee anti-diphtheric serum, was referred to and passed. T. W. J90" Ray Powell, ?GO; Geo. T. J. Piepgrass, 543.90; Citizens Lumber Co.; Jesse Glbb, J25013; Edwin Bveneon, Raymond Mercantile Co, I1Q.8B; Lethbridge' Herald, the Knight Sugar Co, ?38G 20, Raymond Leader) (10.50; Conybeare, Church MoArthur, to, 0 C. Wlxom, JC15, A R I'Co, J10BO, Knight Sugar Co, H LJ Thompson, Imperial Oil Co, I451Q, "Municipal News, MoDnffee Bros, Government Telephone >System> 85, Knight Sugar Co, 52 10, William Laurie, 51760; W. 56080. bave work for: the isummer between here and nine mile' coulee. Another change is being made the officials at the C. P. R. station at Raymond. Geo.: Gray left some few weeks ago for Curdston, and was re placed by ,T. Kilnor.1 S Hannah, who was at Cardston, was removed to War- ner. Now conies to Ray- mond and Mr. Kllner moved to Sum- C. Auditor Phillips, of the C P. R, in (own making the transfer and A E. Ford is here for the Dominion Express Co., and is en- deavoring to have some one In town to take'over-the; local agency for tho Dominion Express Co. .7. H. Wall has notices posted that the town" herd IB to be, gathered for the first time this season-on Mon- day, May 8th A dollar per head per month is to >be charged for cows, and lifts cents per head {or calves This notice sajs it is to bo cash m ad vance. The following' were Lethbridge visit cri since the'Ma'Bt Issue of Raymond news: Z. N. -Skouson, If Turner, D. A, Bennett, A J Walton and L E Ber ry. GENERAL NEWS j Rajmojid, May changes have been-raatte in-telephone numbers at the local exchange, The following phones beeu No 2, Wtllard Skouson, D 30. Hop Yate t Co, B Rolfson, S'l 'P. T Holl, '10, J ft, Neele The l.hone of R which was No.'80, .has.been changed lo 121, and Parley AloBnde is now called at 99 The phone of A B Scovll, No 74, which was for i lime cut off owing to Mr.-ScovII's reinoval to his. farm, has iiow been reinstated., The follow- ing new nhones with their nuii'bers have been nut in Ed Hancock, 122, John Mayhew', Jr., 123; Brvlne Fawns 124 i division of tue Raymond.Ward.of the Taylor StaI.e of" the Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints has recently heen made The dividing line Broadway, a portion to the west retaining the meeting house at pres- ent occupied the Ward, and con- tinuing to have for-ils Bishop J. F. Anderson Tho portion of the town east of Broadway will make up the new r ward. .The appointment of. a bishop here will be necessary This appointment is made in the following iriihrief; The High Council of the Stake selects a and eubrnits it to the first presidency of the church and if satisfactory the name is pre sen led to the neonle for their ap proval. Among the number mention- ed are I' W T O. King, Mark H Bnmhall, T W Harris and Arthui Dahl i The old'school building on Broadway has been leased for a. meet ing bouse and nil! he re modelled and fitted up for the church's service E Alneworth nas in town yester- day overseeing some road w ork which is being done north of town under tho foremanship of. John Ppwellepn. Six teams ale now at work one mile north of tho station, grading, filing culverts and doing all that is neces- sary to make an excellent road be tween Raymond and Lethbridge "It is expected that this road gang TU1! I Mri. C. V. Farnsworth, who has j been her father and Mr. Holt it Raymond, was called suddenly to her home in Idaho Falls, Idaho, where her husband is seriously ill Anothei daughter, Mrs J. E Norton, of Burley Idaho, is still visiting with Mr Holt j A surprise party wai given OE I Thn-sciav meat ton Miss Haiel Finch I who is about to leave with her father ll and mother for Diamond City A very pleasant tinia w as spent by the friend who gathered at her Home. I M Necle and Hugo Weisse made an exchange of real estate and 'arm equipment Mr has ex- hii, 4SO acies of land on the ndgo south of Ra} mond together with 31'head of horses and 18 head of cat- tle and a quantity of machinery for Mr Neele's Jand holdings east ol New Dayton. t :Work'is now -being pushed rapidly on the irrigation worivs A gang of eight men are working of town cleanlug out the ditch, fUng bridges and straightening elbows in the can- al Water is now running from the head gates through Wigrath and Wol- ling into Pothole Cieek, and it is ox gncted that Raymond and 111 bave watei service by the tenth of May. A F McDnffee has received two twelve pound shots, two fourteen foot vaulting poles, and Uo twelve pound hammers for the Mutual Improvement Associations of Stirling and Raj mond The equipment is to bo used at the Stake athletic meet which is to be held this month William Forsythe, the Montreal staff, has purchased a One grey saddle horse from C. W. Brewer- ton Tomorrow night is the regular con- joint meeting ot the Young Men's and Young Ladles' Mutual Improvement Association A good programme Is to be given at the meeting house It was decided al'iast night's meet- ing of the town council that the fi- nance committee would meet with the executive ot the board o! trade and make some final arrangements for a grant of money from the council for publicity purposes At the nuarterlj Stake conference which meets m Raymond on Sunday night, May 12, Mr Urvan Carter of Mammoth will be the lecturer for the evening A splendid programme is being prepared lor thfs occasion Miss Merrll Skounon 19 ill at her home, and is threatened with appen- dicitis, and it is feared that she mnj have to undergo an operation Miss Blanche Wasden has returned from Frank, B C, where she has been -visiting her sister for the past two weekt She-feportu having a Bplendld visit and speaks ol Frank a little town. Mrs J. J. Lajcock -of Nine Mile This Is to be Raymond's Banner Year The prospects are bright both for crops and land sales. We have a few good buys, both in irrigated and dry farm land. 3GO acres irrigated, a bargain, worth investigating. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. GEO. II. BUDD, Mgr. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 PCI" ccut- Ginghams and Calicos Itoducpd; 1 25'per u V x'V Men's Ladies' Coats Eeduced Other bargains too numerous to v mention. 5 Horsqs for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. Watch New Dayton! Steam plow outfit for'sale at a bargain. 25 h.p. engine and 8 bottom .plow outfit, for for part cash, balance on terms. Only used 2 years. acres near new Lelhnridgc-'W'eyuurn -S- Office, at Raymond Opera 1st Street WE'RE AHEAD considerably when it comparison of 1 We select on Hie ypu first of all want you can get. So we handle only i choicest, as you 'will admit after triai The fact tha{ prices 'makes easy Jjonr Phone Diy Nljht DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South E rmond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST' Out of town patients by mall or 'phone. Office Hours: Mornings PHONE 69 Raymond Alberta Joulce was a Raymond visitor ton Wednesday of this week J Turner, of the firm of Turner and Speidel, was a business visitor to Lethbridge on Wednesday ,1 A Green, of spent Thursday night with his daughter, Mrs K. A Gillies, on his to Mon- tana, where he is to spend a couple of weeks D A Bennett, manager of the Hay- mond Mercantile Co., was a visitor ,o on Tuesday. Raymond Nurseries APPLE TREES __Different it year old trees 50 Osnti year old trees ..........76 Also Red and Black Currant Bushes. For further Information apply to DAVID MELDEUM RAYMOND. ALTA, j Practical'Tlhsmittf Hoi Air Heatinj, Tin Roofinj, Ing, Fitting, Stum. We do all the blgjotn louth of bridge. Write u< for titjntf Alberta j Uthbridge Coal a Ton A Constant Supply, Phone'79 K. A. RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRliT OR- LATTER OAV SAINTI A t SUNDAY Sunday School. 10 t.m, Afternoon Serrlct, 1 P.m. Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W. McD. TA1T, held NEW 'DAYtOIff i 1' s j pra Divino W6nblp Dnine Worship 7.30 la, Strangers ;