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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LETHBRTDGfi DAILY IIRRALI KB Kit 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 nr nilAl ITV HOUSE OF QUALITY1 SWEATERS Wo have now a splendid variety of Sweater Aviation Gaps and Hoods These goods are made by a manufacturer who handles no other class ot goods Imt knitted lly tills we we cam serve you with uu article which cimuot lie beaten for quality or We carry those goods ttn sizes for women and Our its Quality and nro also sure to meet with your Ladies and Childrens Cashmere and Woollen Stockings are now very much In demand in these We also have a full range of sizes and Quali King 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 KB Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Gome in and test the new We can install a complete system in your home or business An excellent light for Our Study Lamp is a quick THE BUILDING OF A HOUSE wherein woods of various kinds are generally used require good judgment in lumber if the builders work is to be carried out and the architects plans conscientiously followed in a manner that will he artistic substantial and For this reason it will be to the in terest of any one contemplating building to get bids Cor the nec essary lumber from EQUITY ALBERTA PROFESSIONAL CARDS WRAY 09 West Raymond Onera 1st Street Phone Open Day ad Night KIELLOR Office 1st West and 1st South Kaymoiid Alberta ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make polntments by mall or Office Hours Mornings Afternoons PHONE 69 Raymond Alberta L RAYMONDS CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 6UNDAY SERVICES Sunday 10 Afternoon 2 Evening 7 JOHN Bishop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Herbert Services at New 11 oclock Stirling 3 oclock Raymond 7 oclock Everybody BUSINESS CARDS PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Tin Steam Steam do all the big jobs south of Loth Write us for Raymond Alberta FOR with wooden frame and board for sale Also good Bering mat Apply to Ray NEWSPAPER MAN GOES TO JAIL a Cuban newspaper man who recently assaulted Hugh the Ameri can charge d has been sen tenced to two and a half years im This Is not the most ex treme penalty under the Cuban law but was considered by the court as u fair equivalent for the penalty for the same offence in the United BIG YIELD OF MARQUIS WHEAT Details of a splendid crop of the new hard comes from John a prominent farmer of that thriving thresh ed one hundred and seventeen and a half bushels of this wheat off Uvo In other Petersons crop Oi Marquis wheat yielded him about58 bushels to the which Is a record for this sea The threshcrmen say the Wheat ran out like It is of excellent quality and Is as hard as Marquis wheat is growing in popularity in the and a great denl of it will be planted during the cora ing H appears to be a heavier and have demonstrated it to bo the best wheat In existence for milling Peterson will likely use most ot his grain for Raymond District Fertile Soil and the Sugar Industry insure The Future of Raymond Write Secretary Board of Trade MANY WILL COME TO CONGRESS FROM UTAH Budd Says Elect ion Contest in is Very Hot in the south is talking DryFarming Congress and Sunny said George manager of the Se curity Investment who re turned Saturday night from Salt Lake where he lias been on business for his company for the past two Budd I was proutf to let people know I came from and particularly from a district in which was to bo held an international farm the greatest In I never neglected an opportunity of talking Albcrta and Inviting people to come to the I look for a big dele gation from Salt Lake is going after the next congress and they are sending up a live bunch of boosters to land There is a source or in the midst of the encouraging prospects for the con and that is the fare which is being offered by the Oregon Short When I first went down to Utah I told the people the return fare would be about sixteen or seventeen but on application to the pass enger department of the Short Line I was surprised to learn that the tick ets to the congress wquld sell for This is indeed and it is tobe deplored that the congress officials could not arrange for a lower rate than reason The United the railways are really startled at the immigration to the Canadian Together with the government and various oth er organizations and corporations they are expending every effort to stem the tide immigration and keep the people in the There is scarce ly a pester or hit of advertising out about the and the excursion in as far as I and were it not for the newspapers no one would know there was such a congress to be held in I took the matter of rates up with some of the lending men of Salt Lake and and they with President promised to intercede with the company for a better I have little hopes that they will secure as it is now too short a time until the But in face of the increas ed fare I look for a large delegation from It will be the farming classes that will he affected most by the but they are just the people we ought to have brought into the I know for a fact that we could have placed a dozen people had they come to the Crazy Over Politics In respect to the political situation in the Budd declared that the people were worked up to fever Every man one said has a different although I look for Taft carrying the I some times thing we get foolish over poli tics in said but if we get foolish they go stark As the campaign progresses and the spell binders hurl their eloquence at the electors with increased the excitement grows Everybody in Utah is talking even to the women and for in Utah the women have their suf The weather is and conditions in Utah were never Business is hut in spite of all this there is no place Just like Southj ern It is Just like President i McMurrin after visiting the Lethbridge I am convinced i that Alberta is the greatest and most j promising farming country on the I American continent I BIG YIELD OF SPUDS A Raymond farmer established a potato record nit week he raited 640 buihetc of the tubers on an Micks the rnarj who produced this immense and is to be commended for hli signal success as a grower of But Hicks I ft not at all boastful about his proweae in the production of the and believes that anyone could raise a like amount per acre pro viding they observed a few simple rules of The Security Investment have a cample of the potatoes on exhibition In their and are splendidly formed and of uniform color and HIcke says there were very few smaller than a tea Budd was accompanied by his brother who until recently owned a large printing office in Salt He expects to remain after the and possibly till A Bad Runaway of who has charge of the cleaning gang engaged in clearing the cuts along the south line of all was the vic tim of a bad runaway accident last While crossing the bridge over the coulee south of Raymond his became frightened through some unaccauntabie cause and dashed terrifically down the It looked as though the vehicle would be dash ed to pieces and the horses terribly so Hedges leaped from the rapidly moving buggy and escap ed without a Charley who was on the spot at the time of the endeavored to catch tlie but his efforts were in After running for several miles they were captured by Ervin of The harness was all cut aud the buggy wag broken into atoms but fortunately the horses were sound with the exception of a fetv Fine Meeting The of the Raymond second ward have reason to be proud of the program which was rendered at the ward chapel List Sunday evening be fore an audience that crowded the large President Fred Plepgrass of the Young Mens asso was in and Ward Chorister Strong conducted the sing The first number was a talk on church etiquette by Miss Honnie Ericson rendered a piano solo which was much and composed of Misses Ursen Ericson and sup plied a most pleasing and harmonious eventide The feature of the of was the lec ture by Mark Spencer Young gave an excellent reading of one of the and Lief Ericson closed the program with a very sweet and well executed violin solOj piano In the second ward a good program was rendered including the following numbers Miss Hazel Allen and Miss Levina Anderson The band played Nearer my God to Thee as the Ship went composed in honor of the brave musicians who went to the bottom in the illfated by Miss Marie Skou son banjo Burrows the Hook of by Bryner sketch of the life of Florence Night Bernard Will president of the Young Mens conducted the Alberta Looks Good to Him Dnnley of was ii business visitor in Raymond on Sat Sunday and Dan ley owns a large farm three miles south of the Sugar City and he came north to look over his interests lie was much pleased with the out look and was particularly impressed with the phenomena growth of the towns or the Canadian It was amazing the rapid development that hud taken place In the three Danlcy gays the crops in the south like those In Canada are very and he predicu a prosper ousyear for the whole H believes Woodrow Wilson will be elected prophesying that Indiana will poll strong for the De mocratic candidate Daniey loft yesterday or his ranch where ho will remain for a few A musical cveiit of more than paB3 ing Importance will be held in the Sec jixwiliig house next Thun day when little twelveyea Hortense of of whole conserva tory is affiliated with Blcaill Univer sity of give a The Japanese colony In Raymond have always tiecn favorably known their and this fall the result of their labors is marked by abundant both Ingrains and garden Duringthe past week they haw shippedtoLethbridge of and they are loading a sec ond car this There Is a keen demand for vegetables in Lethbrldge andthemarket promises to be strong until after DryFarm ing Congress when all the eating houses will be taxed to their utmost The Japs are also shipping large quantities ot potatoes and other field The Orientals farm on land situated near the Knight Sugar ami it is really remarkable to tho westerner what they can produce on an acre of They have been used to small farms intheir native and they seem ito have a faculty of utilizing every inch of land to good Secretary of the is in receipt of a communication from the Imperial Oil of enclosing a cheque for 25 for their business al lowing their agent to operate in the municipality of The com pany made no objections and paid the license James is busy week in the east Rodeback has had an unusually busy and he has been kept travelling The territory covered by him originally extended through out all southern from the mountains to the Saskatchewan boun hut he has been relieved of some of his duties by the appointment oS additional badllffsi one at Cardston and another in the home stead Miss Mae Reggie left yesterday for She will be rejoined about the 18th of the month by and their marriage will be solemnized on the 23rd After en joying an extended wedding tonr through the Pacific they will return to where they will locate either in Raymond or Leth Gillies baby carriage was blown over last Monday while crossing the street near the Hub The baby was thrown to the but on being examined by it was found to be The strong wind which wafts around the corner of tho Security building was the cause of the and Berryessa are expected to arrive from Utah this They left two weeks ago on their honeymoon to Salt Lake and other Utah Berry eEsa was formerly Miss daugh ter of and Thomas of The young couple will take up their residence in JUDGESHIP WONT BE FILLED Ottawa county judgeshlps in Muakoka and North Ontario are likely to be filled very of is mentioned very promin ently in connection with the Renfrew It is improbable that the extra high court judgeship in created by Whitney will be fill ed for a considerable WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CARDSTON DISTRICT RANCH AND FARM LANDS A T SACRIFICE PRICES Mixed farming is the only sure method and you will adopt it Let us talk rhls matter we can suit If there is anything in he Real Estate line you want we can supply it at the right We have to loan on improve i SECUKITY LIMITED Raymond Phone MANAGER Room Hull ethbridge Phone 769 OBrienNalilep General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 Per cent Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Per liens Ladies Coats Reduced 20 per Other bargains too numerous fo for Phone 13 Andrew Carnegie says The wise wage earner of today invests his money in real Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 west of railway 170 acres ing Kemainder has water and good Price an Terms doAvn fall of balance to suit pur TAIT RAYMOND ALBERTA WONT ALLOW THRESHING ON THE LORDS DAY AT ALL confer with of Harris ias announced that all breakers of the Lords Day act will be The action of the town inarshall was promptedby the alleged violation of the act by a number of threshing out fits In the Raymond who ort Sunday It was the ipinlon of Wilson thalt there was 10 reason whatever why the machines should work on and saw no pardonable feature in their Therefore he advised the marshal to jrward complaints to the attorney without specifying the nature of the work and all the details connected with The act is very and provides that all viola tions of its provisions will be siren the full force of the The thresher men bring forward old ox la the mire story to Justify but Marshall Harris this thread bare excuse haa been uied onceto Among who paid to have Infringed upon tba Lord Day act is the name 01 a prominent loci I whose name Is withheld for vtr ious The Herald under stands that the marshal has aent in the complaints to the attorney gen erals and prosecution may be instituted at any SWEET VALLEY Sweet Olson is staying with her Rickett while Olson is away Miss Bertha Shirley has gone to Lethbridge to stay with her sisters ind attend school this A goodly number attended the Sun day school rally Roseraead on the Benner leaves on Monday for her homo in after a good visit with relatives She thinks Alberta not too bad and not as wild and woolly as she Seeing s as she knows our vego atoles cant be beat in size and flavor ind Is taking home a fair sample of each to show tne And still there are more to On in tliEs Pearl Paulaon and John Bain vere united in Miss Paul spn is one of Sweet Valleys popular young Bain has a home stead and was one of our best bach for which he will share the Joys of a help niatp and conipan The Ladles Aid met with Jay Rickett no A large and ndnstrious crowd was present inchul one It was decided to mve a Thanksgiving dinner on CSth in connection with The hnzaar in which only useful articles will be forj Dinner will served from flya in the evening till all are Price for 36 and Ifio for children under The dinner and bazaar will be held at Harold one mile east and one and n naif miles of Sweet Valley Editor of the Balkan the organ of the Canadian ;