Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, May THE LETITBKrnGE DAJ.LT JIEKALD KB KB KB KB KB Kb KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B K K K B Iv B K B K H K B KB KB KB Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" We Have What is Needed in the Kitchen rBraad Bread Pans and Flour Cans In a Roasters, Toaiten, and Dinner, Water and Dairy Pails Glass Granite China Dlihes 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 Raymond District There1 -will ninnul.u In rod ill-- Jinvmoiul iu die next jioumls ol mw cane siig.u. Ask (lie Boiiid ol Ti'iulo dlxnit (lie Induslry. The See) W. Tait will aiiMUM ,ill enquiries. BIG BUDGET OF NEWS KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K. A. AMOS, Agent lor Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the new light, can install a complete system in your home or business place. An excellent light .for'churches. Our Study Lamp is fuquick seller. Raymond, Alta. BUILDING A BUNGALOW means a deniand for. much him- .bcr of a superior Duality, as bungalows are no'lbnger'a cheap summer life, but up to complete houses, with all 'modem conveniences Our stock of lumber is particul- arly, adapted for this class of building" in fact, Ms so' complete it'cari'meet 'any'calls 'upon .it from a small bungalow to the 'moi e expensive, up to the most elaborate modem 'mansion EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets .i i w DBALEK8 IN AND BREEDERS FIRST CEASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE OUT OF WHICH ARE TURNED OFF YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST '-DRAFT 1 HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE ..FOR-: SALE1, APPROXIMATELY. ONE, HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF OOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS' E. P. ELLISON Minager "JAB, The Raymond Office of The Herald i i 1 HAS BEEN JfOVED TO ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From this office all our business loutb of Lethbridge'is transacted and our Mr has authoritj to act for us f s Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. Raymond, May R. Rev manager of Prairie Agencies( .Lothbridge, came in on', Monti ulght's train, on his regular busln mond as a cattle centre. The-various classes'at the Knight Academy are working hard these days on the programs which will be rendered on their respectiye gom-; menceineut evenings j Cyrus of Magrath 'who 're- cently; returned from Toronto "where" lie completed his second year's work successfully at. the Royal College of Dental is ,iiow working in the, parlor of Dr. J. E. Amos. Mr. Fletcher is making rapid strides -in his studies. Mr. FoTEythe, ledger keeper at th Bank of. Montreal, received a con mu" meat Ion' on Saturday evening trai feiTihg'iJiini- to Vancouver. .Mr. -Ft sjtnp left on Tuesdas morning fc the coast city. "While in Raymond h has large circle of frieiu 'Will keenl) regrot removi from the toivn 'Mr'-Forsjthe I succeeded by 0. W.; Crowe of Hnl England Agent Hanim. 0-" the C. P. R. sti tidn -JB settling. down this- week i the Jiving apartments at the statioi his wife and family having arrive from Warner on Saturday Speaking with Mr. Hiram Kimba yesterday be informed the Herald tha there was seeded in the vicinity Raymond about 2000. acres of beets and he thought about o these were now growing alid in sulet: did condition. MivKimball is an, ej purl in beet, cultivation and predict a bumper crop for Raymond this year M. Aired, formerly 'of Raymond, bu who now has a farm in the Rale> listrict, was a, visitor in town -ore Sunday arid Monday, doing11 soinu bus! ness lind -incidentally1'renewing bl- accimintdiiceb He tiiat the oro] n bis district Js well up to the stari lard of .previous years." Most nil o he vh'eiit Is rarmcrs an now turning their ;attention to 'oats nd liax. E J Pleograas rotl.br of Fie' rass Bros., of Raymond, with his vife and family arriyed .last nighl rom Woodjuff Utah is to spend lie summer tineat iiket it Raymond Piepgrass id his family-j spent last ylnistm.ih Raj mond the lesult of his isit luib beem that he is moi ing R.mnond to btai N. L. McClean and.hife son Oliver etnrned.- on Monday .evening from a rip to Grassy Lake and Taber. Mr cClean on .to Mftgrath where e is buM ith his brick jard theie manufacture brick for the Latter Day Saint Inirch at that, place, and xwill at ice begin on th.it job which will re- ire the greater portion- of the sum- er to complete. Miss Wetzei, instructor of .theJ2nE-j sh department at the' Knight Acad-! spent Sunclaj 111 AUigjath g with her nun> friendi, at the, .rden City Tlip of iineatment unp inv Ltd nnde a. fhlhg trip aber 'to Raj mond on Stmdaj The ute taken was .v.ja LethbrJdge stance.' of 55 miles, and the time as and minutes. Tha car is a five -passenger, h.p. McLanghlin Buick, and' carried Mrsi J. Gordon, Miss Lura Redd, Miss Ina'Ericson and Geo. H. Budd, and .was: driven by C. H. McCarty The Security Investment Company, hab a magnificent simple of 130 in their .window today. It was brought into'town by E. B. .I-Hcks, and was grown on his farm north of town, sample measured over two feet in height and appeared haalthy and strong. Mr. Hicks has a. consider- able cjuantiti of the grain, which iaj lookmtj equal h as as the sample If nothing unfoi'see'n happens jo de- ter the growth of the crop it will 'bo ready for tiie the latter part ot-July or the early part of.Aug- ust. Dr. F. A. Keillor is installing an x- ray equipment which; will greatly ffc. cilltatc his practice of.-medicine.-The new Instrument-will take an x-ray pic- tures used in the treatment of rheu- n at ism, constipation, nervous and skin troubles, and will assist in locat- ing fractures. Dr. Keillor's brother, F. Keillor, who was formerly prin- cipal of the Raymond public school, leaves the east on the.22nd of May to assist Dr.. Keillor here. Additional Vork of a medical .superintendent of Lethbridge-Weyburn line which Dr. 'Keillor has recently assumed has made It necessary tjjat he should have help in his practice Ihis sum me'] Dr. Coutts, who some months ago came to Raymond and took away with him several carloads of horses for fast mail and freight service In th-a Yukon, was in town again buying hor- ses. This time the doctor has been looking for general purpose horses for city work in Vancouver Yleteria. In Raymond he secured two horses from Theodore .Brandley and Sons Stirlipg, two from. Rouse and Holt, one from Mr. Belts, one from James Cqstley and a nice driver from C. M. Brewertbn. In addition to these the doctor purchased tSvelve head at Card- ston andi they were driven to Ray mond and with the others were load ed yesterday F, C. Steele Copies to Raymond F. C. Stcele, of has ac- cepted a pasitton in the office of the southern representative of tlie Herald and, this week commenced his new duties. Mr. Steele has, been tit the newspaper game for the past' 'four ears having started as devil on the Magrath Pioneer and finally occupied :he editorial chair- of that sheet foi fibout a half. He has also jeen closely connected with the Leth bridge Daily Herald for several years imst both in Lcthbridge and us their :orrespondent in Magratii. He has been for some time tiie correspondent 'or the'" Winnipeg Press, and at he present time is secietan of I he Board, ot Tiadc MrJjSteelo vlll work at ilie news' end of the exclusively. When asked about the excursion td Utah this June for the regular yearly onference of the AJutual linprovo- lent 'Association" the Mornion hurch, C. P. K. agent Hanna here, aid that not. as yet 'received nyoti can get. So we handle only the choicest, as >ou nil] admit a- trial The fact that sell 'poor meat prices makes the trial easy ana pleasantly, economical. PIEPGRASS BROS. MEAT MARKET Phone 17. Raymond, AIU. Watch for Announcement of Baseball Meeting For Monday Night AH Enthusiasts Must Be Present none o DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) N D ce, West uf. Raymond Opera Houie Isl Street me 46. Opon >Jd DR. KIELIOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South Raymond Alberta one that is ;superior to many towns hviee the size of Raymond. From tli 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 worth investigating. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. GEO. II. BUDD, Mgr. DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out or town patients must make ap. pointnjcnts by mall or 'phono.v Office Hours: Mornings Afternoons 1 PHONE 69 none WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Tin Rooflnj, Plumb- ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. We do all the falg jobs touth of Lith> bridge.- Write.us for Raymond Alberts RAYMOND'S CHURCHES Kavnioinl Alberta Alta to the C. P. li. station a six fool will -bo-laid, wliich '-Is nil -''thai is necessary in timt porlioii of tlii. street. The council is showing a careful knowledge ot the town, nm ihis step is a -metropolitan direction is another indication of their belief in Kayinond and their Taith in its 'utnre East Side Want Them Too Tbo property owners on tho east aide of Broadway are determined not to be outdone by those on the west side, and they have already signified their willingness to bear the trilling burden of an extra tax. and enjoy the comfort of the walks. In all proba- bility a similar petition to the one now being circulated by Marshall Har- ris will shortly be passed nmong the gocd citizens of the -east side. Their enterprise and progreHslyeness are cer Mainly to he commended. It is likely that the walks will extend from the Irrigation canal to the station. OWL TRAIN PLUNGED INTO BOUNDARY BAY Vancouver, H.C., May Great Northern Owl train, which left CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS UNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m.! Afternoon Service, 2 p.m. j Evening1 Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, Dllhop. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH w. McD.' Mlulourr. Raymond, Services held, at usual hours QU Sunday. NEW otcloek. NEW School, J p m.; Divine School i p.m.; Divine .Worship 7.30 p.m. Strangers cordially welcomed. FOR SALE Good, strong-buggy, used only pole and'shafts. Trice.J55.00. Also buggy without pole or shafts 'rice 120.00. Apply to W. McD. Herald Office. Raymond. Vancouver at. midnight, for Seattle, struck a landslide near Blaine, at-2 o'clock this mornin. The engine; and MO cart, ftont off anil plunged into Boundary Bay. Fireman Bert Harrow vas fatnlly injured and Engineer 1m- lerg had a leg crushed. One ger was slightly injured. One cai' tood on its end.