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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETJIBRIDGE DAILY IlFJMLT) Wednesday, May 29, KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" The Latest Designs in Scotch Ginghams and English Prints AU a( 15c. per yard The Invictus and McPherson Shoes Ladies' or Gents', sizes Trices to suit the pocket The ntnvest shades in Dress Goods Serges, Venetian Cloths. Cashmeres, etc. All at moderate prices. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone .7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District One shipment of cattle sold by Raymond District last -week amounted to OUR BEEF CAN'T BE BEATEN The Secretary of (lie Hoard of Trade Avill give all informa- tion regarding' the District. THE HALF HOLIDAY IS GENERALLY FAVORED O'Brien-Nalder Co. ltd, General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 l'er cent- Ginghams and Calicos Reduced This tewed week tbc Herald 1ms inter- the merchants of the town KB KB K B K B K B KB KB KB KB SB IB KB R, A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test tlie UGAV light. We can install a complete system in your home 01 business place. An excellent light for-churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. BUILDING A BUNGALOW means a demand for much lum- ber of a superior quality, as bungalows are no longer a cheap makeshift, for s si miner life, but up ,to .date, complete houses, with all modern conveniences, Our.stocfc :of; lumber is particul- fii Ij adapted for this class of building in fact, is so complete that it'can meet a-ny calls upon if. from a small Jnmgalow 10 tho more expensive, up to the mobt elaborate model n mansion 'EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. "RAYMOND, ALBERTA respect to the reposed ueeklj halt holiday, and'judging from the response that was given the'reporter by the business men, there is little doubt but; that .the movement will terminate very man- agers of the-four general stores seen, three of whom were fully in syrnna- thy with the half holiday "agitation, believing: that it will result most sat- isfactorily 10 ull concerned. -Mr. Brew erton of the Hub Co., Is most enthus- iastic in his support of the mid week half holiday. Jle believed that the time will never be missed and can only see beneficial effects from such a rule being put into practice town of Raymond, ilr. Brewertoii favors .Wednesday afternoon as being the day which to take the Half holi- day, pointing out that this would undoubtedly be the most favorable aud most convenient to the merch- ants of the town. The Herald representative was re- ivoil very .cordially by L. D. King, manager of King Bros., and a lengthy conversation took place in regards to the half holiday movement. Mr. King gave very plausible reasons for his non-support .of, the proposition. He claimed that, the conditions were to- tally different In the .rural communi- ties than they were in the large cities .where -the clerks and late without any rest. T; J. O'Brien, of O'Brien Nalder half .that the Co., was in line for the weekly holiday. He thinks it only, the clerks 'and employees 25 lien's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 PCI' cent. Other bargains too numerous t'o mention. Horses for sale. stores should he given a half day to themselves for recreation. In speaking, with .Manager Bennett of the Raymond .Mercantile Go., he expressed himself as being "n favor of the .weekly half holiday, concurring in every particular to the sentiment opinions expressed by Mr. O'Brien. He favored Wednesday or Thursday Phone J3 Raymond, Alia. Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Fined Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BREEDERS OF FIRST CLASS HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE PURE JBREDS, OUT OF WHICH ARE -TURNED OFF YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE.HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT ;THOUSAND OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS RAYMOND ENJOYS A BUSY SPRING THERE IS GENERAL EVIDENCE OF ACTIVITY ALONG ALL Raymond, May and Mrs. los. Jlarker, of Cardston, returned to [heir home on'Monday evening, after spending; A uith Mrs IlarKers parents, Mr, ami Mrs. W. Reryessa, Lief Ericspn, Don Wall and Mrs. Ericsou, of the Raymond or-j chestrs, were visitors in Cardston on! Monday of this week The speakers at tlie afternoon ser- vice, in' the ui-aeilng house last Sun- day were Elders' McLean, Neilson, Carter and Anderson. J, R.'McLean, who has been mond-visitor: for-the past week, re- turned to his. home -in Magrath on Monday night. The Raj mond orchestra jomnejed to Cardston Monday and played at a dance which was held that in the Oddfellows hall under'- the aus- fello'ws. The confectioners of the town re- port a busk holidni trade on Empne and It .A piop'.ietor of the Model a-booth on the giounds and did a good business J The junior class of the Knight Academy will hold its commencement evening program tonight, A splendid program has bc-en prepared to which was given In the Independent Orde of Oddfellows hall in Canlsiori, a which event the Raymond orchestr; .furnished the music. Next Saturday, the junior basebal team of Raymond journey to Magratl wtiere the> will puu junior teau of that town Tim as the secern game of The "junior series, and the result'is 'being watched with much interest The aie practising very enerseticalU and a good game is an- ticipated. The court of ieusiou for the town of Raymond will sit next Saturdaj be ginning at 2 p m. Thc town fatheis be in attendance and am of th ratepayers who -feel that ihej been unjustlj ta-yed mil be given a, chance to piesenf their case Mr and Mis Chas McCaitj the end of this week for I etobrid E. P. ELLISON Manager JAS. E. ELLISON Secretary The Raymond Office of The Herald HAH BEEN MO.VED TO ROOMS find 7, IN THE SECURITY BUILDING From thli office all our business south ot Lethbrldge is transacted our Mr. Tilt authority to act for us. Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. en one ia cordlallv invited to at- tend No admission will be charged Miss Grace V Bonner, the celebrat- ed impersona.toi and will appear at the Alta Theatre to night under the auspices.of the Ladies Aid the Presbyterian church, J D Costley v, on the beautiful ivory rocking chair Hub Co., Mr. .Costlt in drtuung the number. 25 D, ,G. Selman. assistant-postmaster of the Raymond office, is confined to his home this week suffering-from an attack oi' the mumps. .Louis .Wasden also down with the mumps Mr. ami .Mrs: If. .Stlrlin spent Friday .in- town attending the athletic meet of the Mutual nient Association, T 0 King of Altno, Idaho, father of King Bros, is with his sons this week, and'.will remain for some time to come. Perhaps there is no di-plicate lo the event which occurred, in Raymond on Frldaj 24th, Day, there ,was born to Mr. andiiUrs. E. S. a (laughter A prominent profes sional man in town suggests that the nefvt di n be gh en the name of Victoria Daj, a very fitting name in deed. The water was turned Into the ir- rigation canal last week, 'and is now being used on the lawns and gardens throughout the town. Last Monday evening a :grand nail i wheie they reside during the re mainder, of the summer at least, Mr ieal estate business, making 'such a nec.essarj lie has se- cured cottage o'n 12th street The contractors foi the cement Ilotson, Leader and Goodeutpf lethbrjdge, in town inspecting the loute of the Droposed .walks.ami..Inntmg othc: details in connection with this The sidewalk piopositton is meeting with satisfactory success, ami actual woik will be commenced just as qmdvlj as the uecessaiy prelimin- aries can be consummated. daughter 'was horn to Mr and Mrs Wm Redd on Sunday last, anj reportb from Leihbrldge saV'that the stoik has visited the liouie of Mr and Mrs Clemia, formei iesfdents ot Raj mond, and left a ton Congrat ulations Dr Saundars of the Alberta British Columbia Land Co, at Lethbridge was a Raj mond on Fifdaj ant Saturday Dr Saunders practice! formei 1} in Magrath but went Into olEered bj tl.e i the real estate business a few months was fortunate ago uvlth D of T ethbndge The Misses Vilda Bessie Gieen ard Il-ector Matheson, of Magrath, weie Victoiia Daj i is, i tors in tovin, and attended the dance in the even- ing On Satuiday they motored into Lethbntlge jn ail Henderson's car Bishop Harker of Magrath passed through town on Friday, nighl from to his sheep camps east o-f N-ew Dayton The Bishop was going at a high rate of speed, as he had a wedding officiate at in the Garden that etching The Raymond militaiy did bplendid service on Victoria Day The band has improved greatly .in the past few months, and doubt.this organization is one of the-finest of its- liirid in the Canadian .west. Band master.Nye is to ,be congratulated on the excellent condition of 7ohn T, ileninger, the ivell known Welling farmei, is building a ieser-i oir just w eat of his house, from which he will pipe resi- dence, and his out buildings Mr Heninger isionei of the moat progres- sive fanners Mn this section of the this is another step in the direction of better agriculture. The line-up in the football match Friday afternoon and which WHS om- mitted from the report of the sports on account of the'pressure for space, was as follows: R., Baker, Dr. Amos C. Smith, K. .Allen, T. .Allen, Barrett, R. A. Amos, Hudson and for Lethbridge post ofltce, Lothian; White, McIIvany, Russell, Batsford; Faunch, R. Lotbfan; Brennan and Thompson. Presidents Snow of the Taylor 'Stake 'were- visitors to Ma- g-rath on Sunday last, attending the ifternqou service of the church at hat'place. The subject of their visit vas the appointing of the councillor o.Bishop Harker, made necessary ,by he lenUMal fiom Southern Albeita if ?ilr.'Ely Bennett. The man chosen 0 fill the vacancy was. Peter G. JIark. At the.: Presbyterian church on lund.iy last a song sen ice 1 us held Several splendid papers n music and.its influence on minds men vis iead bj Mi Veige anil Kennedj Jlr Kennedy is from Toronto, Ont, and Is a missiondij of the .Presbyterian church and" will la- bor in the .south eastern portion of the..province. At the service Miss E Jenkins rendeied a beautiful solo, and a. rjimit-ette was gnen by ;Dr Amos and company The sen ice one of the most enjojable and a great deal of profit was to thy large number in attendance Prize Liits for Fair The preliminary plans been commenced for annual fair, of the Raymond 'Agricultural.. Society which already promises to be bigger, better and brighter than ever before. Tlte prize list will be more complete, and the attractions more .novel: than .in past years, and the society desires that they given the undivided support of ei erj farmer and the business men of Raymond and .vicin- WE'RE AHEAD mes to i cousideiabli' 'H- co comparison of -MEATS. We select ours on the principle that- you first of all want, the best meat! you can get. So we handle only the choicest, as jou admit after av tiial The fact that we sell at poor meat prices makes the trial, quite .easy and pleasantly economical. PIEFGBASS BBOS. MEAT MARKET Phone 17. Raymond. Alia.' PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) AN'D Office, West of Raymond Opera Houae Phone 46, 1st Street Open Day Night DR. K1ELLOR Office West and 1st St. South B ymond Alberta B. F Cohjuhoun, a Well known local figure, left on Monday for the Old Countrj uhere he will usit wit friends and relatives prior to his lea ing for Rhodesia South -Urica M Colquhoun has'been of1 Ha; mond for some time and he lias man filends in the town, having been popular during his sojotnn heie Elders Blackhand and Marshal missionaries of the Mormon churcli the State of Montana; wit] Great isitoi s in Raj mond on Saturdaj ast They were here Usiting with heir ok! friends..-who came fron Jtah, and Raymond bad most- enjoyable .visit with their i uaintancea. They report the work li he northwestern Stat-es mission, vhich 'the'.Montana conference 'forms a in a most flourishing condi- They are travelling a great deal distributing' tracts and other litera- ture On theli return they will com- mence holding street meetings as the DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make aj> ppintments. by. mail .or 'phone. Office. Hours: Mornings Afternoons PHONE 69 Raymond Alberts BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsinith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb.1 (ng, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. We do all the big'jobs south of bridge. Write ui for Raymond Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES j have, Ten Thimsaml Acres of first-class mixed farm laiul in (he Disinci to sell on easy terms, at reasonable prices. Remember That Mixed Farming Will Pay Your chance to get a good farm or ranch at (he right figure Mill not last forever. Buy while, prices are reasonable If yon are looking for a good truck garden we have several on our list (hat "ill interest yon. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD. Mgr. Kaymond Phone 5, Jtooin 12, Hull Block, LetMn'idge; Phone 70S weather will now this part c the missionaiy work Both the joun men..declared.that "they, were favora'bl, impressed .with-. Southern-Alberta, an' were with the reception ilia thej weje accorded by the people o Raymond, Had H not been foi the tune: rnal of the town nie appaiatus an< the ready .assistance of, a num ber of towns people the bain of Mrs Bryner would have undoubtedly been destiojed fire on Haturdaj alter noon. .The fire 'was ..caused .by unknown ag-ency, and had a wind been the would doubtlessly have been.'consumed along-with the residence of Mrs.- Bryner, which probably would have caught fire. The alarm was sent in without delay just as soon as.the lire was discerned and iwople from every part of the town [locked to the scene. The chemical was hurried to the spot and rendcie-1 rapidly extin- guishing the ilames. A disastrous nr0 vas thus averted. The manager, of a..well known Swift Guiient opeia house, who had HIP mis- ortune of .having his building destroy- ed by file, wan a business visitor in own; on Friday-last, and 'while here vas shown the1 Raymond opera house ly the manager, L D. King The jentlcman made UUH .H ai'ecial trip vith the sole object of Inspscling (be ccal opeia house a1? he had heard roni auUientic'sources that it was lie of the finest and most novel In he Canadian west. In -Tact it is not riunlled In live fthole Dominion He with tho building, Hrliculafly the spring flooi, and ex- ressed bimspli as being CHURCH OK JESUS CHRIST OP LATTER DAY SAINTS UNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 am.- 4 Afternoon Service, 2pm Evening Service, 7 JOHN F. ANDERSON, Blihop. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W. McD.'TAIT, Missionary. Raymond. Services held at usual hours on Sunday. NEW NEW School, a p.m.; Divine Worship 3 p.m. School 3 p m Jivine Worship 7.30 Strangers cordially welcomed. FOR SALS Good strong buggj, used only onf edit pole and shafts Puce 00. Also buggy without :pole or rice Apply to i W. McD. TAIT, Herald Ofilc'e; Raymond. mpressed with what he had icon, nil Avill .build a new. theatre along Imilnr lines This Is commencement week at tho (night Academy, This tvenlng li FOKSALE Ready made south west er miles: from .Taber, rented for season 1012; 75 acres crop.1 Good "house, and- outbuild- nps Shelter belt of HOO doing ell Poi terms write the owner. 1. Mas Roberts, Raymond, 'Alta. junior night, and a unique progrnm has been arranged and will .be rend- ered fre-a of charge Th6 program this evening beat talent of Raymond, a fid those vho attend may lest assured that will be given a rare treat. Tomorrow evening the seniors .wlll'glVe their.7 piORram, and endeavpr to.oiltdo their contlrmed rlialv. The juniora, H is said, have an necdlftss to say ft will attract a-tfarong cd house The curtain will rite at 8W shaip On Fridav May the fommencemeiit pio-. (irnin of the Academy will be given lay which the selert or the (Convinutd on page 1 ;