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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Siidirdii.y, May 18, THE DAILY KB KB KJ) KB KK KK KK KU KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd, t "HOUSE OF QUALITY" We Have What is Needed in .the Bread Mixers, Bread Boxes, Bread Pans and Flour Cans In a variety cf sizes Roasters, Toasters, Broilers, and Steamers Dinner, Water and Dairy PaJIs Glass Granite and China Dishes A large assortment of table cutlery 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 SB KB 15. Raymond District M'lu-nL iK'vt'r JooKoil hctlor. Spring wlit-nt, Onls-, BnVicy arc uH growing-. You can't bcnC Kuyniond District i'or productivity. 1 ASK THE SECY, OF THE BOARD OF TKADE l-f WEEK'S JOTTINGS FROM RAYMOND The Sayings and Doing of a Very Busy People Raymond, May and Mrs T. E. Oil are this week confined to their homo with mumps. Tlie atlacl Is not a had one, and it Is hoped tha a fe ddj s firm of Turnei R. A. for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in cind.test the light. We can install a complete system in vonr or business place. An excellent light" for churches. Lainpjs p, quick seller. Kaymond, Alta. they will ha out in J- Tumor ot (he and Sueidel, drove to Lethbrldge on BUILDING A BUNGALOW means a 'demand for, much lum her of a superior quality, as .bungalows are no longer a cheap makeshift for summer life, but up to date, complete houses, with all modern conveniences, Our stock of, lumber is particul- jlrly adapted, for 'this class of in fact, is so complete, that it can meet a'ny ft from a small bungalow to ihe more expensive, up to "thejOTost elaborate modem raanuion: EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. ''RAYMOND, ALBERTA s; l j Knight" Sugir- Limited Raymond, Alberta 4 F f Manufacturers of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BREEDERS OF ".FIRST CLASS HOUSES AND CATTLE. THE HQRSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT OF WHICH ARE TURNED OFF YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST DRAFT HORSES TN ALBERTA. MAVE FOR SALE 'APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIBTY.EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND R.ANCH LANDS Thursday with a loud cT meat con tainiug veal and pork. Several members of the" Raymond orchestra were in Cardston on Friday of this week assisting the Cardston orchestra in nuiBlo for the dance which was held at the southern town. Arnold Anderson of Barnwelf, who lias been visiting at the home of Nels. Anderson for the past weekj re turned to his home on Thursday' morn- ing. Arthur Dahl had iniafnr'.une to Jose a .vahiahle .mare on Wednesday of .this week. The animal Vas val- ued at Word received from .M.' Payne-Gall- states that he is to sail from the old "country where he has been spend Ing the" winter oh May 23rd, and will again make his home.oh the Pacific coast. Mr. and Mrs Trevor j' Danes left yesterday tor Magrath 'where they are In future to make their.home, and ivliere JUr. Duvies lias gone into busi- ness 6ii his own account. E: Stark lias tlie contract for the building of a barn for Hoy Skouson on his property on Broadway which he purchased last summer from Mr Peterson. Work is being done on the irriga tion levies throughout the .town. The supervisor of public works, is deter- mined this yeai that "there shall bo no over How of the small canals dur- ing this irrigation season, and tne purpose of preventing this most of the levies. are being raised considerably, Hortense Gordon, daughter of Mr Mrs J F today writing on a musical examination in connection with the London Conservatory course. Pro- fessor J W. Jones has been her m- Miss Bonuer comes Jnphh recom mended as a splendid entertainer and a large crovyci should greet lier'at tile entertainment. Beets in Raymond district are well up and the -prospects, '.'or a bumper yield were, never better than at pre- sent. Not an acre ol beot land has blown out thls''year. This is In strik- ing contrast with conditions of last year when, nearly all of the beet lands of the Knight Sugar Co. required to be re seeded owi'ng'tb the seed li.mng While gieat deal of good, let there hdb been no suffering from drouth .it'.ill Y..II. of the.Ii. C. Cafe, when islng a large butcher knife on WeU- lesday evening of. this week in open- ng. a can of sardines allowed the cnife to .slip and cut a large gash in lie palm of hand It was nee ssary to put three stitches in the and in order to close up the wound. Several of. the citizens of the town, mong them the inspector of public worU, iuue tuggested that the old blown, away with the ground. a shouei of rain would do on Monday nlslit In the Alta Theatre for the purpose or reorganizing the Raymond. baseball club for the com- Ing season: ,This organization date is not-later'than last year, and If sufliciunt Interest can be aroused this season there Is, no reason to disbe- lieve that Raymond team may make as-good or better showing than last year. The material Is here and it is onlj a matter of getting the boys to work, man) of them sig nilied their willingness to practice and support a team If one should be or- ganized.. An .effort will be made to have the meeting as'largely attended as possible. Narrow Escape From Injury Mrs. L. 0..Norton .narrowly escap- what might have been-a'serious accident on Wednesdaj night of this week. Mrs. Norton had driven Norton to the riile ranges, and re- turning for .bim .after the shooting was over, she attempted to turn out to jiass a was standing near'a crossing Ou the way. The wheel of her buggy .dipped' into the and when she attempted to catch on to the mounting on the edge the buggy scat It. broke with lier Co. Ltd: Genera! Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 cent. Ginghams and Calicos Eedticed 25 cent. Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 per cent. Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. bugge.L.m uui me oiu and she was drawn out of the ris buiMins belonging to T.U Kee. which was recently be clean- ed .up. .The w.orlt would not entail very miicu cost- .The tin poitiou and lajge Vubbisli could easih be put the 'bottom, the brick and larger stuff Hie earth and the brck last of all ana I _ ashes about the. place might be put in to level up, and the appear- ance of the property, -woukl be con- siderably changed. The.unto of C..W. Card and Sons li, now making regular trips to Stir- Gieat Tails train going south for- passengers destined ror Itaymord, Magrath or Caidston. This auto seiviccfj-is just about as good as from Letiu bridg-a to Magrathfrjas. those wishing to reach K.iymondnor jMagiath in a hllrrj may ini e morning ti.iin her fcot becoming entangled in the wheel Fortunately Eor her the !.orsn j was not it fractious one, and when the teins and she snoke to him tie it would be dirticulu to' say "what tbe result might have been, As it was Mrs. Norton lecened a slight injury to her limb, but It is hoped will be about in a few days again. Delinquents. Followed' Up The notices sent out by the ton n council regarding tile cutting off o the electric power from the homes and places of delinquents has been literally carried out, am not without some expense to both the town and'tlie consumer. Marshal Harris and Ray Powell mn-de the lounds cf twelve users of the electri WE'RE AHEAD considerably when it cornea 'to if comparison v MEATS f We select ours on Ihe principle 5011 first of all want the best meaf' >ou can get. So ne handle only the, choicest, as jou will admit after a'' trial The fact that we sell meat prices makes the easy and pleasantly economical. MARKET Phone 17. Raymond, (Altm! from Lethbndge, rarrnmg at Staling' ca! UHO have failed fo come atlO.17 and a half an.hour later they may be in another Iioui later in M.igrath Commercial men taking, advantage of tin's service. G. W Card and Sons liaie bought Cordon, is in Leth- a flne IaoIUnS roan team weighing ia the neighboi hood of 2fiOO pounds they are in, connection with their livery, dray and bus busi- ness servicy. They this week sold structor for the past year and a lie- Gill examiner is in the city examin- ing several of Air. Jones1., pupils. The remodelling of the stieet lights effected a month ago b> T W Harris, supervisor of public works and his assistant, Ray Eoweil, has been a great success. Since the work was completed not one light has failed ami this, not- withstanding tlie fact that severe and steady winds have prevailed. C. W. Card and Sons are this weolc running an E. M. F. car which'they, bought from Ed. Hod-es o-r Magrath. Card firm are going to erect a garage for the housing of a numbi to ;tbc government .of .the-province.of Alberta their splendid team of sorrels j which have been admired .by horse men ejer since brought them over from Cardston several months ago. .Tl'e team are 'to be used on the .provincial which I: being done m district at the pre- sent time, ind the deal WHS p'frit through by Uio Hon. A. J. McLean and B. Ainsworth on their recent visit tb.tdwn. This firutfalso sold bne-of their Inerj horses, Pete, this week to Hugo Weisse. Sheep Shearing to Begin R G onp or the laigest sheep breeders of Southern Alberta, through with their- dues, .'and Watch for. Announcement of of cars If tile building is construct- was a visiloi to on Pridaj E. P. ELLISON JAS. E. ELLISON The Raymond Office of The Herald _HAS BEEN MOVED TO ROOMS and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING .From this ofllco all pur business.south of is transiiciecl ;our Mr.. Tnit has authority to act for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. ed it will probably accommodate from foni to cars, and vull be ijrected on the north side of the Card livery barn. W. P. Betts teft on. Thursday morn, ing -'or Salt 'Lake City, Utah, ivbero he is to remain'a month before going to Iowa, where he "will pio- bably. stay from four months, year's time. MT. Betts has bad charge of the sales departmeut of the.knit- ting factory at Raymond for :the past several .months, and "his posi- tion here is being taken by O. H. j Snow, Graco Bonuer, dramatic read- er and is to give an entertainment in Raymond on the nfght of M.iy 29, in the AHa thealie, under the auspices of the Ladies'Aid! cent, would he gained. Society of the Presbyterian church J The baEeb.iIl meeting is to tic held and in conversation the Herah gave out the information'that shear ing would begin in" about a week1 time Mr Haivey has something i the neighborhood of 9000, J. T. Hen Inger has behreeii 4000 and 5000 grazing in the vicinity of Welling H. A. Allen has something like 100 Rjiv Knight has fiuito a large .buncl as lias.also A. Perrott of .Stirling. Mr Harvey is to dip this jenr on Chi Coulee, and probably ship, from either Tabor or Barnwell. Word has just been received from Mr ttich, a woof advising the Southern Alberta.growers to hold their as prices, were .advancing rapidly, an-d that an advance of some- thing in tfio nyighhorliobd of 50 per- the wires: were summarily clipped. It was hot'Jong, however, till applicant; .came again to the authorities to have connections made. It can never be said that David Fuweibou or 'VTiss Jennie Sergeant hiue any desire to make the begin ning of their matrimonial life any thing of a public nature. It is known perhaps to a few of then Raymond friends that on Tuesday morning of this week: they drove to Stir- ling 'and from there took train to Cal- garj, 'away from the maddening crowd's ignoble and they were qmetJy mamed and proceeded their honeymoon via uav o? the main line of the G P. H to coast Miss .Sergeant is a sister Of "Mrs. D II Kinsey, hating come to Kaymond I phone with her when Sirs. Kinsey returned this spring. This, WHS not Miss Seigeant'b flrbt to Ray mond hayag here before, and la well known to the people oE this, toun Jlr Powelaon is a popular Office 1st young parents reside, hen and who returned last fair from mission in Ireland. Baseball Meeting For Monday Night AH Enthusiasts Must Be Present PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) Office, West of Haymond Opera 1st Street H Open Day a-w Nigh DR. KIELLOR St. West and 1st St. South Alberta WIDOW CROSSES SEA TO THROW FLOWERS OVER WATERY GRAVE! New York, May upon the bridge ot the f.umanld ir. mid-] ocean last evening Airs J H DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make ap- pointments by mail or 'phone, j BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS J Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, ''ins, Steam Fitting, We do all the big jobi south of bridge. Write ui fop Eaymond Alberta; RAYMOND'S CHURCHES of lork jnd London, scattered Office Hours' aimfuls of flowers upon the nntGia Moniings Afternoons of the Atlanlio in memory of her husb.llld who lest In Ins life on the Tl- tanic When the C'armjmfa, PHONE 69 reached here yesterday, reached lati turte IMC -md longitude 5014 nearest I the position to which the sank, Mrs Lorlng, attired mourning, was escorted to the bridge FOR SALE Good Btiong buggy, used only one .Titanic I year, pole and shafts. Pi-Ice 555.00, in deep! without pole or shafts )y Capt. 'Dow. Five hundred cabin passengers I Price 520.00. Apply to W. McD. TAiT, Herald -Olilcc, Raymond HURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS UNDAY SBRVJCBS: Sunday School, 10 a m Afternoon Service, 2pm Eveaing Service, 7 p.m. JOHN P. ANl5BH3ON, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W. Mcp. TAIT, Missionary. nayraorid, Altai 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. 300 acres irrigated, a bargain, worth investigating. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. GEO. II. BUDD, Mgr. stood upon the decks us Mrs. Loring scattered flowers uiion the sea." Men stood with heads bowed and uncover- ed uhiie sonv women touched by the wife's wept When Ihe Mackay Dennett and Minin steamships, despatched search the scene of the disaster, fail- ed to find the body of who u-ns a member ot the brokerage flrrii of Rcse and Van Custon, London, Mrs. Loring decided to make in0 ip acro'i the Atlantic to pay 11 last tri- bute to lira memory ;ot her husband. held at .usual .noun BD' Sunday. NEW o clock f NEW pin DiMiie 3 p.m. School 3 p.m.; Div'.no.Worship 7.30.a.m. strangers cordmllv velcoms-i. ACCEPT THE LODGE _______ Washington, May Senate Finnnco committee lodny authorized a favorable report on the Lodge sub- stitute for tho House Prco Sugar bill, and nn .unruvornblo report on so- called House Kxdsc Income Tax- Mil, w hlch pronosed a on incomes In CACCSS of a year. ;