Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
K LETIIBWIDOE DAILY HERAIJ) Page 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB! K B Civ .B K B K B KB K B K B King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY Specials For Fall LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FLEECED LINED UN- DERWEAR In all sizes, imut legn. very wiirin awl durable WOMEN'S WOOL AND FUR LINED uotli kid and buck. Dont'H '.MEN'S, WOMEN'S'AND CHILDREN'S OVERSHOES' in all stylus and sizes. MEN'S SHEEPSKIN LINED COATS AND VESTS with1 corduroy, Cerford cord, duck and frieze out- era. INFANTS' WOOL HATS, VESTS AND OVERALLS In wlllte. i The above goods we can on'or yon at very moderate prices, come and see what we have. Our prices tire right, our goods are the beat. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KilB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Kli KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB i R. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Gome in'and test the-new light. We can a complete system in yoni home or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. THE BUILDING OF A HOUSE wherein woods'oE various kinds are generally used require good judgment in lumber selections, if the buflder's to be carried out and the architect's plans conscientiously followed In a manner that will be artistic substantial arid durable. For thiB reason it will be to the in- terest of any contemplating building to get bids for the nec- 'essary -lumber from EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) N P Dfnco, West of Raymond Opera House 1st Street Phono Open Day Night DR.KIELLOR I .Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South I Raymond AJbcrta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out or town patients must make ap. pnlntmer.te Dy mail or 'phone. I Office Hours: 1 Mornings Afternoons PHONE 69 I Raymond Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Op LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Afternoon Service, 2 p.m. Evening' Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov. Herbert W. Toombs, Pastor, Raymond, Services New Dayton, 11 o'clock Stirling 3 o'clock Raymond 7 o'clock Everybody invited. BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb- ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating, We do all the big jobs south of bridge- Write uc for estimates. Raymond AJbcrta FOR tent, 12x18, with wooden frame and board floor, for sale cheap. Also good spring mat- tress. Apply to W. AicD. Tail, Ray- mond. Alberta. dark Hue suit coat on the Lrthliridge-Raymond road, be- tween flic Oard..Livery barn and the Y. Taylor ranch, Friday, Sept. Finder kindly return to ilu1 Hub Raymond, Alberta. 2-13-6 PRICES SOAR AT MONTREAL Montreal, OcL and mar- ket gardeners are making no attempt to fake vegetables from the ground, ami meanwhile prices arc soaring lush er aa a result of the severe frost on Sunday. The price for grapes actual- ly doubled, while pickling tomatoes, which were being sold for 75 cents a box last, week are this week. What potatoes remain in the ground were ruined, farmers -declare. NOT JUDGE'S TEETH, BUT A CHIPMUNK'S St. Thomas, Oct. Magistrate Hunt has dismissed a charge of theft preferred against John Todd, of Richmond, by L. H. Lipsett, of Aylmer. Both are well- known East Elgin farmers. Lip- sett charged that Todd captured first prize at Aylmer Fair with apples stolen from him at Straf- fordvlile Fair, where they also won first prize. The chief wltn'ss was Charles James, judge at Straf- fordvlllc Fair, who was said to have marked one of the apples by biting into It. Janub' teeth were examined by the court to show that the apple found in TociH's possession was not the one bitten by him, but that the marks were those of a chipmunk's teeth. The case created consid- erable interest Raymond District DONT' FO'IIQET Raymond Agricultural Exhibition MHHn cash prizes, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 12, 13; and ,14th. Write F. T. Holt, Secy, (or prlzt lift in'd information. THRESHING RESUMED IN THE RAYMOND DISTRICT Raymond, Oct. ward con- ference or the second ward of Ray- mond convened iu the ward chapel last Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The sfifvico was In'charge ,of Bishop Evans, and there were th attendance the members of the stake preBjdency, Messrs. H. S. Allen and O. H. Snow, several members of tlie high council, and a number of other church dlgui- taries. Bishop Evans submitted a comprehensive report of the. condi- tion of ward, showed a healthy record of'growth and pros- perity. The people were on the whole enjoying the blessing of good health and the ward was in first class con- dition spiritually and financially.'All of tire auxiliary organizations were fully organized and running smoothly. The bishop was pleased with- the loyal support his congregation had given him and his councillors, and he 'was proud thai they were in a posi- tion to fit the ward chapel with new heating apparatus, a new organ and piano, and a new set of comfortable chairs' for the church. Encouraging addresses were given by the visiting authorities, and the .people were ex- horted to deeds of honor and. integ- rity to the church and their fellow men. The ward choir under the capable leadership of Conductor Strong sup-, plied beautiful music for the service, and the ant hem B, "Pilgrim's .K3horus" by and My have rendered'very ef- fectively. Jaines Walker, .''baritone, rendered most admirably aud harmon- iously "Though Deepening Trials Throng Your Way." At the evening service the local ami general authori- ties of thVchiirch were presented and :Miss Blaiicbe Wasden sang a very sweet contralto solo en- titled, "Lulluby." Stake Priesthood Meeting The priesthood meeting of the Tay- lor stake was held last Saturday in the Knight Academy was a fair and representative attend- ance, and considerable business was transacted, including the passing of a resolution to the effect that the mem- hers of the stake presidency, the members of the high council, and the bishops of wards and their council- lors, shall send at least one student to the Knight Academy, either ..a member of their own family, or pay the tuition of some boy or girl 'who would attend had they the money to nay for their tuition. The high priests quorum gave notice that they were prepared to provide the tuition of any ambitious young man or woman who desired to attend the Academy, but who was hampered on account of lack of means. These two measures were adopted with a view to increasing (be attendance, at the Academy, uiid.arous ing more interest in that institution. A masterly sermon was given at the service by Elder Palmer, on the subject. "Priesthood and Obedi- ence." Sunday School Convention Last Sunday the regular monthly Sunday school convention was held in the Knight Academy building, and delegates were present from almost all of the wards of the Taylor stake of the Mormon church. There was a record number of Sabbath school workers in attendance, and iti all of the departments capable people sub- mitted papers on various subjects per- taining to Sunday atvhcol work. Supt. Bratmvisll WHS present aud presided at the session. These meetings are resulting in much gcod, and a renew- ed Activity is noticed on every hand in this ess-antial part of the church work. A Painful Accident The Raymond public will be sorry to learn that Ervin has been so unfortunate as to again break loose the cord of his ankle, which was originally torn away in a basketball game at the Knight Academy last win- ter. Dr. Keillor had charge of the affected member, but it seems that the ankle has never been strong since the accident. Three months ago an operation was performed on the ankle and the cord was properly sown to the tissue. Mr. Fawns believed the limb'to be1 regaining its normal con- dition when he was startled to feel the cord giving way a few days ago while 'working on the farm. For a time the ankle gave him severe pain, but he Is again under medical care, and the limb will likely be put right again by his physicians. Other News Raymond's second millinery store started this week, the proprietors he- Ing Mrs. 0. H. Snow and alias Laura Redd. Au especially Interesting sermon was preached at the Presbyterian church last Sunday evening by the ilev; Mr, Toombs, and the large con- gregation in attendance were much pleased with the effort. Tbe musjcal program was exceptionally delightful, the choir rendering the anthem, "Christ at the most excellent- ly. Miss Jenkins gave an artistic ren- dition of the solo, introducing the an- them. The choir is now a real live organization, and the choirmaster, Mr. Gillies, promises the congregation high class music at future services. Mr. Hami is again presiding most cap- ably at the organ. C. E. druggist of Calgary, brother of 'Mrs. R. A. Gillies, the local jeweller, spent the week end in Ray- guest at the Gillies residence. F. AV. Karreiij of the John Deere Plow company, was a 'business visitor to Raymond -last .Afbiida.y.- -Mr; and Airs. Karreii were en'route to Spokane, AVash.t for tbe big autumn fair, but Karren received a telegram just prior to their departure that her mo- ther, residing in Ogden, Utah, was seriously ill and not expected to live. She therefore proceeded direct to Utah. Mr. Karren will not go to Spo- .kane. "John Stevenson is hauling material for the erection of a residence one block directly east of the .Raymond Mercantile company. Actual 'work will commence shortly. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Keillor left last week for Toronto, where Mr. Keillor will enter the Toronto university med- ical clinic for his graduate year's work. On graduation -Mr. Keillor will probably practice in llaymoud. Instructors Tanner, Sheets, Nyo and Cazeir of the Knight Academy spoke at MagTath and Stirling respectively, on "the Academy and its work. Mr. Is'ye met with a calamity-oil the jour- ney to Stirling, his team running away .and throwing him forcibly to the ground. Fortunately tbe spot where he fell wng covered with soft mud. which allayed somewt.u the force o.f the fall. There was.no serious con- sefluences from the accident. The Massey Harris company, through their attorneys, Messrs. Long- heed and Bennett. Calgary, have made formal refusal to pay the recently levied business license. The com- munication was received at the town office last Friday, and will be read at the meeting of the council Thursday evening. Three splendid Berkshire hogs were received by prominent farmer of Raymond last Saturday night. The hcgs are all pure Wooded stock, and i were purchased from the Rosebud j Stock Farm, Ames, Iowa. The ma Is were in fine shape considering j their long journey over the railroad, j and boxed up in clof-e quarters. I Piepgrass Brothers shipped a car of porkers to Calgary on Monday. This makss the fourth oar this iirm 1ms shipped out of Raymond this month, and is an evidence that the farmers are going in more extensively for bog raising than they have ever done bo- fcre. On Monday morning's train Reed BIG DEAL IN BEEF CATTLE Raymond. Oct. Last Men- 'day the Knight Sugar Company sold to C. Woursell, of Cnl- gary, four hitndred and forty head of beef cattle. The price nald for the shipment was in the neighborhood of The cattle were all in splendid shape for the market, and will be turned over at once. It re- quired a "whole train to con- vey the consignment io 'the destination. Mr. Wouraell is buying for the P, burns Com- jifthy. Card, Rolle Kinsey and Bert Kinsey, left; for Proyp, Utah, where they will enter the Brigham Young university for the collegiate year of 1912-13. They will return .about next and ex- pect to travel via Seattle and Spo- kane. .''jj.'rank Holt -was a business visitor to Leihbrldgc on Monday. Councillor John Powellson and Councillor T. J. O'Brien 'were also passengers for Lethbridge. While in the city they attended to. some private and muni- cipal business. Mrs. Huddle has returned home af- ter a. most enjoyable trip to Grassy bake, .-Medicine-'-.Hat and Calgary. 1 Threshing Returned Threshing has been resumed and aboutsix machines are busy in the Raymond district. Reports that have been received.indicate that the grain is turning out splendidly. The grain men assert that the wheat marketed thus far has graded No. 1 and 2, and they look 'for very littly poor grain this season. The weather is Ideal for harvesting, arid every day sees hun- dreds of acres' of' spring wheat and oats cut down. The spring wheat is a good-crop also, and JUHI-, as soon as the figures begin to come in an es- >tiniatc of the total 'yield of the dis- trict 'will be forthcoming. Until these are received it would be rashness to form an estimate. It may he said, however, that the yield this year will he equally as goo'd as that of any year in the history of this district. BEET CROP IS OF GOOD QUALITY RAYMOND FARMERS COMMENCE TO HARVEST HAULING SUGAR FACTORY Jtaynibud, Oct. fall beet harvest will commence this week. Ac- cording to the officials of the Knight Sugar Company the beets this year are of an exceptionally fine quality, both iu size and the amount of sac-j charine they contain. The company has several hundred acres of best, beets they have ever grown, and the farmers, who beets planted this season, report them as being a heavy cvop. This season has bucn particu- larly favorahle to ilie production of beets, and those who 'planted them are extremely pleased with the re- sults of thsir labors. The acreage of sugar beets this seiison has decreased somewhat from the past few years, but next your it is almost, sure to be doubl-ed. A great deal of land is be- ing prepared for seed next year. The fanners are beginning to realize that n patch of suyar beets, although small lwps, will yield a substantial re- turn for the money and labor expend- ed. The factory is being fully overhaul- ed and everything is being put in shape for the opening of tlie run, which according to J. W. EVaus, who has charge of the office and who is in close touch with all the activities of iho company, will commence about the ISfh of October. Mr. Evuns does not think they will espcrisnce any WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CARDSTON DISTRICT RANCH AND FARM LANDS A T SACRIFICE PRICES Mixed farmliig IB the only sure wetiim] and you will adopt it. Let us talk -hla matter we can suit yon. If there Is anything in :hc llcni Gainit! line you want we can supply i; :u right nrlcc. have to loan on improve 1 farms. SECURITY IXVES'nrFNT COMPAX Y. LIMITED OHn.NalilerCD.Ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 wage- earner of today invests his money in real estate." Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 acres, est ol railway: L70 acres grow; ing barley. Remainder has watei1 and good pasture. -Price an acre. Terms down; lall oi' 1913, balance to suit pur- chaser. W. McD. TA1T RAYMOND ALBERTA Stirling Realty Co. M. L. MILLER, MANAGER Stirling, Alta. The TO vi Ii Some of the bosl business ami .residential lots for sale in Stirling. Also eighty acres irrigated land; seventy-five acres in wheat and five acres ill alfalfa; three miles from eluvator. per cash, balance easy. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY difficulty In securing enough men to, eel at Borodino, aud states that, tl'io harvest the crop this fall. :ln past years this has heen a momentous problem to deal with, but the ofllciais feel this mattsr has been suc- cessfully met and that this campaign serves are called simply to test the pert-entjige of arrivals, and the time consumed, after they may de- part for home. An official note explains that the will 'witness no delay tlrrongh the j trial mobilization was decided upon scarcity of labor. j this spring, and has no reference tc There is a firm and steady demand tense situation in the near East for Raymond sugar on the market of points out that there is no Western Canida, particularly through- mobilization of horses and wagons, out the province of Alberta, Shipments are going out every week to dealers in the various centres. A car. was j shipped yesterday to" a wholesaler in Edmonton. Raymond; Phone 5. GEO. K. BUDB, MANAiiER Room 12, Hull Block, l.cihJ-.ric.'ii CHEAP FRUIT IN ONTARIO Toronto, Oct. prices in the Ontario districts aro falling rapidly. ---------------------------j In the'Niagara district, peaches are TRIAL MOBILIZATION rotting in thousands, causing coruM- OF POLISH TROOPS ]OS3: Orc-.iards bought up St. Petersburg. Oct. imperrial weeks ago are being picked by tha ultase is published today culling to farmers themselves, many of them ra- the colors the reservists in twenty-two fusing to allow tlK> apples to go off (lislrlcls Iu Poland-us n. lesl of mob-'their farms, and holding until tho illation. Tiw is pay their i-nsh. Heavier pics to men. Tho nkaso is rial-i ETC expected next year.