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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Millurday, October Stli, 1012 TTTE LETITBKIDGE HERAtl) la K.11 KB K Kit KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB .KB KB KB KB KB KB JKB KB KB KB KB K B King Bros. Ltd. CHOUSE OF QUALITY" When Winter Is At Hand There are few things which bring more comfort tho Ultimo Man a Good Heater Why nol liny one now anil got tho full lionellt from it? We can surely sutisty you tt-itli our largo nsso'rtmeiit i-aut'Iua in prices from to each Our famous Houml Oak Heater lias never failed to give satisfaction botli in tho amount of fuel con- sumed and Iwat produced. We arc always pleased to show our stoelt even if you do not euro to buy. King Bros., Ltd. 'HOUSE OF QUALITY" Siaymbnd Phone 7 KB KB K1J KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB jj K. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz GasoEn e Lights and Supplies Gome in and test the new'light. f We can install a complete yonr OB business place. An excellent lig-lit for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond District Fertile Soil and the Sugar Industry insure The Future of Raymond Write Secretary Board of Trade MAYOR EVANS WILL NOT SEEK REELECTION Names Mentioned in Con- nection with Raymond Mayoralty ating In the make-up of the programs. Tlio Hirelings will at 7 o'clock and are open to the public. The pro- gram'flt tin1- first ward will be ai fol- lows Lecture, "The -story o[ Jar- hy Sirs. liryner piano duett, Misses. Lavina Anderson and Aliss Hazel 'Alton reading, George lircwer- tou vocal sold, Miss Marie Skoiisoni sketch, '.'Florence Mrs. lli-rmml Smith.. The program at tho [allows piano THE BUILDING OF A HOUSE wherein woods of various hinds are generally used require good judgment in lumber selections, 1C the builder's work is to be carried out and the architect's plans conscientiously followed in a manner that, will bo artistic substantial and durable. For this reason it will be to tho in- terest of any one contemplating building to got bids for the nec- essary lumber from EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD, RAYMOND, ALBERTA 4 Conuneivt :oT. Pool Case The Oecisipii. Iffinded down by specto'r West' in the pool license case second .waul is against Holt and Smith has created solo, Mrs. A. 1'inrson lecture, Jlark considerable comment-hen-, and vari-lV. I'roxnll quartette, Lauretta ous opinions, are expressed rs to the' nion, Daisy Kricson, llahel Klnj; and chances of a reversal oi the judgment i Wiuona talk, "Church if the rase is taken to a higher court.' Miss Honey Love violin The proprietors of tho fool liall are solo, Lief Ericson essay, MissMvry Raymond, Oct. 5. With the ap- jubilant, anil they are irmving the Hoysou vocal solo, Albert Powell, preach of llmt season when inuihi'ipaii oougralululioiis of supporters.j News .Items elcctiojis are the order of tlie All is quiet, about the to'vvu in I Oliiilon of Mr. and Mrs. casual rumors are afloat as to IHI.S- regard to tlie case, hut there Ere nvl-! George T. Willie, Jcit Thursday siblc candidates for both the mayor- denc'es. that would go to show dial ing [or, i'rovo, where he will ally chair and for aldcnimme honors, the town does not seriously content- eater college for the coining school Those ,who go out this tcrrn tro Way- piale taking the case lo a hitter year. or Evans and Councillors court. i Jliv and .Mrs'. S. Uerrycssa are son and Micks.. Mayor Evans will tofc The Herald representative called on expected home' sonic time nest week stand tor re-election under any tir- Mayor Kvans, but his worship did not from Utah, wliefc (liey married cumstances. l-lc-will-uol tc a canili- [eel inclined to make a statement lor at Salt Lake'soyire time ago. There date. This information is hand thu public press. He inferred, how- wqs no issue .of the Leader this week, and may upon as Ic-'ns true., that it .-would proiuUy le the hut Mr. Hcrrycsja' promises his read- It was sivcii lo the Herald rcrotttr best to let .the case rest until the MS a paper this'coining Thursday ev- by Mr. Evans personally. As to first 0[ the year at least hut apart cnlng. possibility oi the other gentlemen we from that he had notiiiug io say. Supt. 1'richiirt; -of the prison eon- are not in a position tu say, liiil one. The decision does not ai'ect tl'.c ll-t vict gang, was in town Thursday fret- would glean from the Ulk that is f censes provided for in the new bylaw! ting supplies -for -the. camp located on that one :'.t oi ll'e tir.e introilueed, .say the ir.lnici- eight miles due -liorth of tills town, will seek the ollice [or .-mother t.cim.., pal The Herald is giien The gang is doing a splendid job and There is strong talk oi n however. iLal this is are putting tlie road in fine condition.. tion ticiet formed. Mi-rk Y. questioned by some oi (be businesses Thoy are doing about a mile and a I'roxall is irei-ly incnlioncd rs a fos- heavily alteeied, rnd Hie uninicipi I ty half a and are working toward sibie candidate fur the mayor's seat, will probably have trouble to collect Raymond. hut it is hardly probable tliat- Vr.-j the j Dr. and Mrs. Keillor returned on Oro.xall would an-ef.t such -anVbfier. Hall' at 'Academy j'l'huisday irom ,the east, where they lie would undoubtedly poll licav ly c first bail this term at the have been enjoying a holiday for the he is both capable and popular.1; Knight held last night past.two weeks with relatives and There are :somc. v.lio .erili.'i'o the in the gymnasium of that institution, friends in Ontario. They report a very Kvans1 adminslrat'on witi.r.u' s, JUKI from viewpoint it an nice they are glad to get and there arc others wl.o td'e c'U c suc'cfsS.'Th-'rc was a hack to Sunny Southern Alberta cry The marriage is announced oi Miss i Mac Hesgic to "Mr. Hichard Skouson, 0' Brien-Nalder Co. ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 cent- Ginghams krid Calicos Reduced 25 per Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 per cent. Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. -'t '.in e, time. Sittihi; jBf'l'oiSrt A s'tting cf court was both of Raymond, to take place. chl in last Wednesday', msday, Oci. 23: They will make 'their PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR, J. S. WRAY (TOR, '09) N D !iice, "West of Raymond Opera House 1st Street I Phone 46. Open Day Night BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plume- -Stiam Fitting, Steam Heating do all the big jobs south cf Lcth- bridge. Write us for estimates. present couuoil lias dciie U'e Uis'itss of the municipality in rm'ciiicicnt careful way. U matters not Low iwany allcgcil UiL1 jKiicut and Iris collvUguci; ars accused Ve I of, this fact will toicur j-.tartd tu with .Judgt charge, fuwre honie ;ii Raymond. their credit, they hnvu Y.TT ett untir- -'ifs.iicii v.ns l.cld. in tinvn lisll.'. 'I'lrre was n'o nicfiting Kay- ingly to put tic nn-nitiiuilily in a Tiirro an "unusually dreht.' town council last night iming clean ami solid misr.fial Tic bciiig, all. .that con- to thenj not being a quorum pn-i-'-nt. Herald man-launvs a liUlc ri-tVc t'o- 'J'hcsb .all small t'elt There in attendance Mayor Ev- I ings of thn mayor and tlie nmijiCil-, Tor casrs, and iv'eve ii.s lollbws SV.ouyon ,3us and Councillors Prnvellson and on several occasions Ims ecu vs.'I'licks, rcrovt-ry tu" morey due Hawkins, and Mr. Lewis, tfcr town j thrm in the M-.ia1 rniirs cf 1h? from" ihicshiug, defendant given thirty attorney. The decision, however, morning, when they hr.v'e '-avs to pay. J arrived nt In respect lo the pool ling with some weighty i'raMinn. The Uay-inoml Mercnnli'L1 comr any'hall early closim; bylaw, ami on the they hnve. not aiways shew- judgment Against three cf. advice of counsel it was decided to ed the ivisdoin t-i a in mil- >ls' de'jtois. lay a, second complain! Smith nicipal maUeis, hut nt t'onjohit Mreting cf 11, 1. A- Holt, tlie proprietors, and endea- Tomorrow evening (Si'miay) two vor again to secure a conviction. H evcellint prornnus will he rendered probahly he heard Monday, Oct. fit i he .first and second ward chapels. at Lethbricige. The council is Jt is conjoint mutual evenine, r.nri thf determined to set; the CUSP to the Andrew Carnegie, says: "The wise wage- earner of today invests his money in real estate." Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 acres, west of railway; 170 acres grow- ing barley. Remainder -has water and good pasture. Price acre. Terms down; fall of- 1913, balance to suit pur- chaser. W. McD. TAIT RAYMOND ALBERTA DR. KIELLOR I.OfficG 1st St. West and 1st St. South (Raymond Alberta J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST 'out ol town patients must mako at> [ointments by mall or 'Phone. Ijlfice Hours: Afternoons. PHONE S9 Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES Baynioud Alberta FOR tent, 12x18. wild wooden frame and board floor, for sale cheap. Also good spring mat- tress. Apply to JIcD. Tait, Ray- mond. Allierta. least due Die honor (if u (lean cml creditable .page in the of the Sugar. Town. The present mayor, KYJUIR, be attacked on Hip, in the cent lie is. .letas criiiciztd at tiii-e, rnd so i.-ie tic members oi mayor gives as his rear on i'or mu- nicipal politics pressure nf private- religious duties. But pcrbai s tho IhankleiiSHCi-s of duty faithful'y pcr-i funned enters into the mailer also, j I'omplaiii of Service have repeatcdiy come j to tin; ears of the Herald ivprrsitita- live to the pfieci that the C.P.H. is LOST-Ladv's dark te'suit "coal service on. this lino of ilicir road. U wcs mrch, better thr A. It. I. was op- erating iliii line, remarked .lames Mcpks, a prominent fiirmcr owns an tract of land and who 's fanning on a large scale in this vi- cinity. Mr. Alecks stated specifically wherein he had complaints to re- ladies' asocial km and ti-e fuiisb. and tlie defendants are equally oung are co-opcr- as set in their deicnsc. the Lethbridge-Kaymond road, tween the Card Livery barn and tlie N.. Y. Taylor Friday, Sept. 2ffth. Finder kindly return to the Hub Raymond, Alberta. 249-B n n r 1 Trade grant, the ne-.v Dn rut Before achool buiiaing. Town Council Ji seems that there arc a large num- j her 01' delinfinent clot-trie light users. GRAIN GROWERS NEW ELEVATOR HAVE LEASED C. P. R. ELEVATOR AN.D PUT MINNEAPOLIS MAN IN CHARGE PHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS [ilMpAY. SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 i.m. Afternoon 2 p.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bishop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov. Herbert W. Toombs, Pastor, Raymond, AHa. New Dayton, 11 o'clock Stirling 3 o'clock Raymond 7 o'clock verybody. Invited. Winnipeg, Man., Oct. Grain Growers' Co., of this city formally took posseaeion of. the C. P. It., ter- minal elevator "B" with annex at Fort William aad are now operating it with a new manager, but the old staff. The least- was signed on Thurs- day and is good for one yoiir with conditions providing for a renewal at the end of that time. Negotiations havfi been under way for some .time between the two com- panies tending towards the agree- ment which has not been reached, the terms of which are not being di- vulged. The elevator has a -capacity of two and a half million bushels. Mr. Hen- derson, of Minneapolis, is the new manager. CONVOKED SPECIAL SESSION Madrid, Oct. AHonso to- day convoked the 'Spanish parliament to meet October 1-1 to discuss the situation nrisinR out of tlie strike on