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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE K DAILYJETEBALD K B 'K tf K B K K, K K U K B 1C B KB KB KB KB KB KB -KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITV" Special importation of English Rugs, Linoleum, Carpets and Cork Carpets 85c. 60c. SEAMLESS AXIV1INISTER OS.4IVH.FSB TAPESTRY SQUARE; 117.00 to......... ENGLISH TAPESTRY SOUAHE; J11.50 to......... ALBERTA AXMINSTER RUGS EACH LOTUS RUGS I Thirty-six by Fifty-four...... LOTUS RUGS Twenty-seven by Fifty-four .COCOA DOOR MATS EACH................'.. WILTON CARPET 2? in.; and 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 KB KB KB KB Raymond District A soil expert visiting fifiyrnond last wcolc made the follow- ing slalcjucnl to (ho secretary of the .Board of Trade: clay cannot be beaten for brick manufacturing1" The Jioard of Trade will answer all enquiries. L. D. KING MAY GET THE RAYMOND POST OFFICE R. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplier Come in and test the new light. l can install a complete system in your home or business place. light for churches.. n Our" Study'Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alia. Has Notice From Ottawa After Electric Light is Busy was BUILDING A BUNGALOW means a demand for 'much lum- ber of a superior quality, as bungalows are'no longer 2. cheap makeshift for summer life, but up to date, complete houses, with" all. modem conveniences, OtHrstock, of .lumber is .particul- arly adapted for -this class of .building in fact, is so cpmplete that it can-meet apy calls upon it from a, small bungalow' to the' more expensive, up to the most elaborate modern mansion. LTD.'f' RAYMON'D, ALBERTA Raymond, May A. R; Skou 11, who had an attack of pleurisy last week, is now recovered. Dr..J. S. Wray has purchased a line grey driving horse from House and Holt. L. of Welling, Raymond visitor on Monday. Mrs. ,T. H. who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jj, E. Berry, for the nast several weeks, left on Monday for u visit to her son, J. B. Evans at Sundial. H. H. Nichols, of Welling, was a visitor (to Raymond on Monday. AVm. Redd Jr., was a Lethbr'idge visitor on Tuesday of this week. J.'H. Kimball of Magrath spent Tuesday in town; j D. Stoddard of Magrath was a Ilayr mpnd visilbr on Monday. Dr. Coutts, horse buyer of High iliver, was in Raymond this week and Bought a number of horseq. He drove on Monday from Raymond to the Eld- ridge ranch tauulh of Spring Coulee i 07 Huddle, of Raymond, has gone to Medicine Hat, to work at 'his trade. During there he 'will stay with his daughter, Mrs.-A. J. Clinkie. Miss Miller's saddle, y Kick OP horse "Mon- Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DBALBES-INANJDLBEEEDEES'OI1 FIEST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE "HOESES, INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT Of WHICH ARE TURFED OJT YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST JDRAFT; c CORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR'SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS this week, and It was thought for a time'-that he would -The horse is a very Miss ;Miller re- fused for him a few days ago. Raymond Knight is having his big Mc-Laughlln-Bulck touring car thor- oughly overhauled The engine has been taken to pieces by Robt. Haver- J wold, who is a.n expert at auto Repair- ing, and whom Mr. Knight has engag- ed permanently to look after his car, H. S. Allen, of the Raymond" Mercan- tile Co., has taken over the Everett Auto agency, and is endeavoring to interest the perspective buyers ia his machine. Mr. Allen has fallen into the run of his car easily, and is able to fully demonstrate its capaci- ties. A surprise party was given on Mpn? day night of this week in honor of Mrs. Ed. Smith Sr., who left.on Tues- day moniiug ior Blackfoot, Mont. A very pleasant evening spent and at the close two very dainty pieces of H hen were presented'to'Mrs: Smith. Wheat seeding is entirely complete n the Raymond district. v Both farm- ers and citizens of 'the town are iiovr .plowing and preparing gardens :or. spriag vegetables. H. S. Allen, president of the Taylor Stake Church of Jesus Christ Issued summons for all delinquents to appear. The secretary, George T. Wride, wishes the Herald to explain why six summons were issued instead of. thirty. The reason' is that' enough forms were not oti hand to issue the full number. The solicitor, has taken tho information withrhim to Cardston will.-be issued from there. Tho matter is .being .done by the direc- tion' of the mayor and council of Ray- mond T. 0. Kihg Probable Postmaster T. 0." ICIng- received a communica- frpm the post office department at Ot- tawa on in which he was informed that a'change would be made in; the .post bflice at Raymond. Mr. King was asked to answer certain question's ..'relative .to the location of :hc proposed ofiice .and the carrying of the mails from the train While the-transfer of the post office has" not officially! been made, it is reasonably sure to ho announced with- n. a few, weeks when-the information from Mr. King is'received by. the de- mrtment In all "proba- jility the office will be located in the milding one dooi north of King Bros, store, fMr. King" wants it understood that he has not sought 'lie appoin raent in any way, bht rather than an outside party be given the positio he will accept the ofiice providin the government sees lit to make i Until the appointnjcnt has been de finitely made there will be no chang in the post office pr Its staff, Trevor Davlet Loaves Raymond "In the 'departure, of Mr. and Mrs Trevor Daviea from Raymond, th town loses a good aud a gooi business man Davies has sino coming -to this country been> connect ed with the dry-goods department o King'Bros. in the capacitj of salesman and fetook keeper gav his.firm the best Dissatisfaction. Stork Busy The stork has had a busy week end at Raymond. On Friday.night at the of Parley McBride a son was born to Air- and Mrs..Geo. Rasmussen ton Conrad, WiIford'Grant, Miss'Con- rad; W. S. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. V Leffarans and family, O. .Aspland, L. Peterson. Grassy 0. Lyons, "Mr. and Mra. G. Eldridge, H. Glinee, Laurip Ririe. Purple Kate L. Pack- len. C. Harvey, Irvine Carter, Fred Smith, Arthur Kesler, J. M. Brown and NAVY SAILORS HAVE GRIEVEAN'GE E. P. ELLISON JAS, E. ELLISON Secretary The Raymond Office of The Herald HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS I and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From lliia'offlcB aH bur buiineflu south of Lethbrldge is transacted and our Mr. Tail has authority to act lor us. idge Herald Printing Co. of Latter Day Saints, ia driving a fine new Everett car which he purchased last and drove from Calgary'to "The Sugar Town." While 'the car ia designated for family use, Mr. Al- len will use is largely tor tiarelling in connection with hisonany business interests in Southern Alberta. The opera house management show- ed their interest in the work the Board of Trade by a liberal reduction in, the Price of the opera'house for the dance and supper of last Friday for'which the executive of the i board wishes to offer public thanks. Delinquents to be Summoned About a.mpn'tft ago the town of Ray- mond iseiiod notices to electric light users -to the effect that if all electric light accounts .were.-not paid by the 10th of May that'the costs of collec- tion, would :be added. In accordance with tills.notice the solicitor for the! town has been .in Raymond and''has' of the Kidge. -Ou Sunday a little girl home of-Mr. and'Mrs C. W.-Caid Jj. An auto and a baby girl all ia one week would be too much, for. most men but' Will seems to will form an as- be strong enough to demand a redress by methods with which the industrial history of the last year or two has made the coun- painfully 'familiar. O'Brien-Nalder Co. Ltd. General Merchants Dress .Goods Iloduced 30 cent. Ginghams and Calicos lieduccd 25 Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 pcp cent. Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. WE'RE AHEAD; t considerably when it pomes to comparison of t MEATS _ We select ours on the principle you first of all want the.bejt jou can get. So we handle only theA-, choicest, as you will admit after .trial The fact that we sell at meat prices makes the qu easy and-pleasantly economical.4 PIEPGRASS BB08. MEAT MABKET Phone 17. Raymond.) AIU.f the non-appearance of W. R. Travers ormer manager, who was wanted as a witness Travers is safe in jail heie, lending this inquiry but none of the ifliciala had received orders. to bring ilm to court. After being freed on ail y.esterday afternoon, 0iv, Seattle Mesbttt took the first for his is- and home at'Muskpka, where his wife nd child are at present in residence. Raymond Nurseries APPLE TREES Hardy at 1 jear old trees .............50 cents 2 year old trees ............75 cents Also Red and Black Currant Bushes. For further information apply to DAVID MELDKUM RAYMOND, ALTA. FIERCE BATTLE WITH THE MOORS BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tlnsmitl Hot -Roofing', Ing, Steam Fitting, Sttlm Heitlng. We do all the big job! MUth of Lath. bridge. WrDe ui for Raymond Alberta Lethbridge Coal a Ton A Constant Supply Prompt Delivery V Phone 79 R, A. RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OK. JESUS CHRIST, OF. LATTER DAY SAINTS 6DNDAT SERVICBS: "._ Sunday School, 10 j Atternoon Seryict, 2 p.m. j Evening 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bilbao. -A severe battle and. tlte Spaniel) This Is to be Raymond's Banner Year The prospects are bright both for crops and land We have a few good buys, both in irrigated and dry farm land, 300 acres irrigated, a bargain, worth investigating. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. GEO. II. BUDD, Mgr. Madrid, May tween the M bora fought yesterday near the heights of Hadajain, the hinterland ot Mella, according to oificinl advices received here from that port today. The fighting lasted thioughoiit the day, and resulted in the defeat.of the Moors, who are eald to have lost very fcenvily. 'The report does, not--give tho number of Spanish casualties. GUARANTEE BONDS Municipalities have agreed to guar- antee for a mile lionds of a traction line Thomas' to Ayiuior, LIFE SENTENCE CONFIRMED Madison, Wis., .May F., Diotz, of Cameron Dam fame who last fall waa sentenced to life im- prisonment on the cliargp of murder- ing Oscar Harp, deputy the aelgc on the Dietx homestead, must remain in prison according to a nil- inn of Supreme Court of Wisconsin to- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W, McD. TAIT, Mlwionmry. Raymond, Alta. Services held at usual houn> M Sunday. NEW o'clock. NEW School, 1 p.m Divine Worship 3 p.m. 8cboolV Divine Worihip 7.30 p.m. SirangorBi cordially welcomed. day, which refused to 'reverse the judgment of conviction. Dictz sentenced to life imprisonment. Dad Blood is the direct and inevitable remit at irregular of constipated and cloegcd-up kidneys and The undigested food and other wartc mat- ter which is allowed to Dr. Morse's Indian Root net directly on the bowds, regulating the kidneys, giving then ease and strength to property filterUH on the skin, opening up the pores. For pure blood md good health take Indian Root ;