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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta WftflncHflay, October 9,1012 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros, Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" SWEATERS Wo hovo now a splondttl variety of Swcatci' Coats, Aviation Gaps and llooils TIwsQ goods arc made by a manufacturer who liandlos no othor ctnsa o( goods but knitted wear. By this we know we can serve you with an article which cannot bo beaten for qmiUty or style. We carry those goods In nil slr-ca for men, women and children. Our Underwear, lis Quality and Prices, are also sure to meet with your approval. Liadles' and Children's Cashmere and Woollen Stockings arc now very much In demand In these goods. We also have a full rajigo of b4zob and iiuall-tles. 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 KB KB Rstymond District Fertile Soil and the Sugar Industry insure The Future of Raymond Write Secretary Board of Trade MANY WILL COME TO CONGRESS FROM UTAH Geo. H. Budd Says Election Contest in U. S. is Very Hot R. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the new light. We can install u complete system in yonr home or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Baymond, Alta. THE BUILDING OF A HOUSE wherein woods of various kinds are generally used require good Judgment in lumber selections, It the builder's work is to be carried out and the architect's plans conscientiously followed In a manner that will be artistic substantial and durable. For this reason It will bo to the interest of any one contemplating building to get bids tor the necessary lumber from EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) -PHYSICIAN SURGEON- -AND ACCOUCHER- Dfflco, West of Raymond Opera Houa* 1st Street Phone it. Open Day �^ Night DR. KIELLOR Office Isfc St. West and 1st St. South Kayuiund :-: Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must mak� tp. polntmocta by mail or 'pbona. Office Hours: Mornings 9-12. Afternoons 1-S. PHONE 69 Raymond :-: Alberta WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumfr Ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. Wi? do all the big Jobs south of Lath-bridge. Write ua for eatlmatet. Raymond Alberta FOR SALE-Good tent, 12xlS, with wooden frame and board floor, for Bale cheap. Also good spring mattress. Apply to VV. McD. Talt, Raymond. Alberta. Raymond, Oct. 0.-"Everybody in th� south la talking Dry-Farming Congress and Sunny Alberta," said George U. Budd, manager of the 'Security Investment company, who returned Saturday night from Salt Lake City, where he has been on business tor Ms company for the past two months. Continuing, Mr. Budd said: "I was prou/1 to let people know I came from Canada, and particularly from a district In which was to bo held an International farm congress, the greatest in existence. I never neglected an opportunity of taJking Albevta and inviting people to come to the Congress. I look for a big dele gatlon from Utah. Salt Lake Is going after the next congress strong, and they are sending up a live bunch of boosters to land it. There is a source of regret, however, in the midst of the encouraging prospects for the con gress, and that Is the fare which is being offered by the Oregon Short Line, When I first went down to Utah I told the people the return fare would be about sixteen or seventeen dollars, but on applica'tion to the pass enger department of tb� Short Line I wag surprised to learn that the tick ets to the congress wou^d sell for 132,50. This is indeed pitiable, and it 1b to be deplored that the congress omclals could not arrange for a lower rate than this. "The reason is plain, however. The United states, the railways especially, are really startled at the immigration to the Canadian northwest. Together with the government and various other organizations and corporations they aro expending every effort to stem the tide of immigration and keep the people In the States. There Is soarce-ly a pester or bit of advertising out about the congress, and the excursion in Utah, as far as I saw, and were It not for the newspapers no one would know there was such a congress to be held in Lethbrldge. I took the matter of rates up with some of the leadlnjt men of Salt Lake and Logan, and they with President Widtsoo promleed tp Intercede with the company for a better rate. I have little hopes that they will secure them, however, as it is now too short a time until the congress. But in face of the Increased fare I look for a large delegation from Utah. It will be the farming �10 YIELD OF SPUDS A Raymond farmer ettabllahed a potato rteord laat week when ha ralaed MO buahala of the tuber* on an acre. E. B. HIcka waa tha mar) who produced this immanee yield, and ha la to be commanded for hie signal euccees as a grower of potatoea. But Mr. Hicks I* not at all boastful about hie proweaa In the production of the epuda, and believe* th^t anyone could raiae a like amount per acre providing they observed a few simple rules of cultivation. The Security Investment Co. have � sample of the potatoe* on axhlbltion In their window, and they are splendidly formed and of uniform color and quality. Mr. Hick* eayt there ware very few amaller than a tea cup.- NEWSPAPER MAN GOES TO JAIL Havana, Oct. 8.-Enrique Mar.a, a Cuban newspaper man who recently assaulted Hugh S. Gibson, the American charge d' affairs, has been sentenced to two and a half years' Imprisonment. This Is not the most extreme penalty under the Cuban law but was conaldored by the court as a fair equivalent for tho penalty for the same offence in the United States, Mr. Budd was accompanied by bis brother James, who until recently owned a large printing office in Salt Lake. He expects to remain uni after the congress, and possibly till spring. A Bad Runaway W. Hedge, of Magrath, who has charge of the C. P, R. cleaning gang engaged In clearing the cuts along the south line of all debris, was the vie tim of a bad runaway accident last Sunday. While crossing the bridge over the coulee south of Raymond his horses ibecame frightened through some unaccauntable cause and dnahed terrifically down the lane. It looked as though the vehicle would be dash cd 'to pieces and the horses terribly lacerated, so Mr. Hedges leaped from the rapidly moving buggy and eacap-ed without a scratch. Charley Klneey, who was on the spot at the time of tlie accident, endeavored to catch the animals, but his efforts were in vain. After running for several miles they were captured by Ervln Carter, of Mammoth. The harness was all cut and the buggy was brokan Into atoms but fortunately the horses were sound with the exception of a few scratthes. Fine M. I. A. Meeting The M. I. A. of the Raymond siecond ward have reason to be proud of the program which was rendered at the ward chapel liE!t Sunday evening before an audience that crowded the large auditorium. President Fred Plopprass of the Young Men's association, was in charge, and Ward Chorister Strong conducted tbe singing. The flrst number was a talk on church etiquette by Mies Honnie Love. Mrs. Ericson rendered a piano solo which was much appreciated, and a quartette, composed of -hisses Ursen bach. King, Ericson and Salmon, sup classes that will be affected most by pUed a most pleasing and harmonious RAYMOND'S CHURCHES 4i .>.> BIG YIELD OF a LpiA'f Day act is the name ot a prom||a*|it (oegl man, whose mum I* withheld for rar-lous roasons. The Horald unAor-stands that tho man^all has seat is the complaiiAs to ttus attorney can-eral's department, Kdmonton, and prosecution may b* instituted at any time. JUOQESHIP WON'T BK FILLED Ottawa, Oct, 8.-^Vacant county judgeships in Renfrew, Muakoka and North Ontario are likely to be filled very shortly, W. R. White, K,C. ot Pembroke, Is mentioned very prominently In connection with the Renfrew appointment. It Is lmi)robable that the extra high court judgeship in Ontario, created by the^ Whitney government, will be Ailed tor a considerable time. WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CARDSTON DISTRICT RANCH AND FARM LANDS A T SACRIFICE PRICES Mixed farming is tho only sure method and yon will adopt it. Let us talk this matter Over, we can sull you. If there Is anything in the Real Estate line you want we nan si)pply it at the right price. We have |5(),000 to loan on lnuiro\ai farms. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED QEO. H. BUDD, MANAUER Raymond; Phone S. Room If, Hull Pleek. �.etbhridQe; Phone 711 SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, Oct. 8.-(Mrs. Olson Is 'Staying with her sisltcr, Mrs. J. RIckett while Mr, Olson is away threshing. MlBS Bertha Shirley has gone to I.�thbrld(;e to stay with her slaters and attend school this winter. A goodly number attended the Sunday school rally at Roseraead on the 29th. Mrs. Beuner leaves on Monday (or her homo In Britt, Iowa, after a gPOd visit with relatives here. She thinks Alberta not too bad and not as wild and "woolly as she expected. Seeing is believing, as she knows our vego-ta'bles can't be beat in size and flavor and is taking home a fair sample ot each to show the Hawkeyea. And still there are more to follow. On Tue�day, Oct. 1st, in Lethbrldgo, Miss Pearl PnuUon and John Bain were united In matrlnfony. Miss Paulson is one of Sweet Valley's popular youpg ladles. Mr. Bain has a homestead and was one of our best bachelors, for which reason ho will share the Joys of a help m^tfi �(\d cumpiin- The Ladles' Aid met with Mrs, Jay RIckett no Wednesday. A. larpe and Industrious crowd was present including one visitor. It was decided to have a Thanksgiving dinner on Oct. 28th in connection with Hhe baaiaor In which only useful articles will be for sale, Dinner will be served troii> Of* In tbe evening till all are satitflod, Price for adults, 36 cents, and Ific for children under 12, The dloner and basaur will bo held at Harold Hunter's, one mile east and one and a halt milea north 9( SWHt Valley star�. JEROM THEOPHILACT Editor of the Balkan Star, tit^fi of the Canadian Bulgarian*' 4?4788 ;