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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Raymond News of the District Coal Creek Raymond, Oct. C. E. SUv veas of Taber has taken up residence in Raymond. Pincher Cre.k, Oct. double wedding took place at St. John's church on Saturday last, and the Mr. G. W. Greeu has built a church was crowded with persons who t were anxious to wit-ness the unusual i occurrence. The contracting parties ware house on the spur track be- tween the mill and the depot. The Ellison-Milling Co. Ltd., have shipped another sacks of flour to China. Thoi: lent is growing. were Mr. John Cox and Miss Ehoda trade with the Or- Burgfss, ol Berkshire, England; Mr. Quinton Adolphus Gos- ling and Miss S. A. Lawrence, of Harold Nelson anrf his company appeared Thursday in ''The Holy City" to a very large audience. The play was the best ever seen in Ray- mond. Before leaving the managers OI Opera. IlOUSv; liiSue ST- rangements with his company to have Mr. Nelson open the new house when it is completed. At the regular meeting of the town council the question of street cross- ings was discussed at some length, at the co-iclusion of which the works S. Heading, England. The Rev, W. G. James, rector, -performed the cere- and property committee author- ized two crossings as a trial; There will be two more streetlights in- stalled at the corners of J. F. An- mony. Mr. Edward Faithorn had the pleasing duty of givi-zig both brides j away. Miss Alice Keardon act.d as j bridesmaid, while Misses Irene'Hyde, Kosie Plimkett, Leslie An- nie Wilson, Georgie and Gertie Hay were.'in .attendance as flower girls.! After the ceremony the happy quar-j tette left ihe church amid showers of j rice, and were driven to the of Mr. and Mrs. E. Faithorn, where a! wedding dinner was. served. The! groomsmen are well known in Pinch- er. fhv fc hayincr for SO. derson and Joseph West's residences., time, but the young ladies had only was granted the Raymond froin England that morning. Opera House Company, Ltd., to con-i-j-fcey were strangers until they hap- struct a plank walk from Broadway penecj to meet in an Old Conntry to the Opera House. The lake near Jos. West's residence will be convert-! Old booking, and came out- together. Crown Pros -cntor Campbell, of Mac- leod, is in towri having come There was a dance in the Raymond Hall last evening1. The AL I. A. will have an opening on Tuesday. Oct. 13th. at S.30 o'clock., A programme has been ar- ranged to be followed by a dance. Those -who are present for the pro- gramme will dance free, but those coming after the programme starts, be charged fifty cents. Haymond, Oct. Eaymond Young, people's Society, which was recently reorganized, gave a lawn so- cial Wednesday. Oct. 7, at the Pres- byterian manse. A good program was rendered and refreshments were served. Miss Teller, teacher of standard I., has severed her connection here, and leaves today for Le.thbridge. Mrs. Curtis will take her for a few.j The upholders of each party .are now BOTH THE CANADA WEST MAGAZINE AND WEEKLY HERALD FOR A YEAR E LETH3RIDGE Bowville now working his mother's farm. There was a fin_> Perc-aeron Stallion up to prosecute in a case in which the C.P.R. were charged with not having the fire "guards required.'. by law on each side of their railroad track near Pincher City. Some whjat belonging to Mr. W. R. Bobbie was rcce-atly burned by a fire started by .a C.P.R. engine, and this .was what drew the attention of the authorities to matter. The information was sup- plied fay th.2 Mounted Police. Owing to the non-appearance of a represen- tative ior the C.P.R. the case was adjourned. Local politics are beginning to warm up. Both candidates are holding meetings, her.'. next week. Mr. Her- ron will hold a meeting on Monday night, while McDonald will have his say on. Thursday. Senator Talbot is John Jonnson and Mike Gaven day. The crowds are beginning to increase .some- of late, since the fall Bowville. Oct. Mrs. Robert work is not encroaching too much on Burns left Wednesday for Minneso- their time. ta on business. and Mrs. Lue Lane left last! 3ir. Mr. Paulson has purchased a safe Tuesday en route for Calgary; to kt-ep his business papers in. Lane has been running Mr. Williams'! Mr. Carl Peterson bought a new j threshing engine this fall and his wife gang plow from Mr. Paulson and is has been cooking. Work has been commenced on the road between Bowville and purchased by a 'company Of twelve j bridge. We hope to have a good i men at three hundred dollars per road soon. r yjg share. They are keeping him at Mr.j Mr. Tweet, has returned after an'[ 10. W. Oliver's. I absence of about, two'months.. j There, is a "lot of trouble about The last day of school at the Black j mail between Bowville and Leth-i bridge. The people petitioned the; Friday. Oct. Government for the mail twice a w ek and it'was granted but now a School house-was last! 9th. In the evening I quite a large crowd gathered" to hear; the children recite. They had a long J to be here to supportvMr. McDonald, j have just completed a well at very low bid was sent, in and the bid-1'Programme. The teacher must be! der was informed that his "bid was j congratulated on her success with the j too high so we are likely not to children .us some of them acted their j the mail twice a week. j parts as well as some actors on the! After the entertainment there nance at which a number of .weeks until another teacher is ob- tained. Mr. Forbes, who was transferred from the here to the Bank Montreal, Chicago, about a year ago, j is back on a .visit to his friends. I hard at work, and both sides are con- i fi'dent of Mr. and Mrs. John IZettl s are back j 502V Weui hunting on Crooked Lak from a. six months' holiday in Van-! t0 be a week. and have started another one. Beanie Brand void, Will Fry. Tom [Sauby, Ed. Olson and Chester Gl- stage. was a Powvillites were present. Cowley Mr. over meeting. Wednt-ridiv Oct. at 4 p.m. All. members are. requested to be present. cquver: j Th Te are teams all times of the Mrs. C. B. Collins and Mrs. Han-May p'asisng through Bowville .haul-, aingtbn, both of Calais, Maine, are Mug grain to Lethbridge.- here on a visit to their relative, Mr. j Hilma Peterson has been ap_ pointed local registrar of vital statis- tics at Fred Collins, proprietor of the Al- j berta hotel. I The young people of the Presby- j i rian church organized a Young Peo- ph-'s. Literary Society on Monday 'snnn he can fecur team, and men_ ;n appointed i'cin work "as .Raymond. Oct. and Mrs. Oct. 9. a boy. Mr. Thomas Ross of Warner, in Raymond over Sunday. Mr. Sloan was in Lethbridge Sunday. Mr. Clark, in connection with the (night. The "following officers were tel -phone, .is in town today. j appointed: Ho-a. President, Robert! Thf 3. T. P. S. will have a literary j Henderson; President, Rev.. W. W. J Aitchison; Vice-President, K. P. St.-w- art; Secretary, Miss Mary Marc-llus. A programme outlining the meetings I business in his harness shop, and the work is being prepared. j j At a meeting of the Board of [i Conu-nissioners held on Monday to, 11 decide the question of who, should get j Thr.shing will soon done in this a license at Pincher City, it was de- vicinity. All of the machin.-s have; L' Cowley, Oct. H. C. Morri-j son return :d from a three months' trip to Nova Scotia on Monday last. She was accompanied by her sister, Miss Fulton, who will spend a few months here before going to Edmon- ton. Mrs. J. ,F. Smith was also -a New Opens Tuesday, October 13 No humbug such as a Ten Days' Slaughter Sale, but a Straight Business Announcement. At our new store all cash purchasers will be give a the benefit of the losses which are met in a credit business, and of the expense connected with the book-keeping of the credit system. From to Ifl per cent Reduction To CASH CUSTOMERS This is the principle under which business will be concluded at our new store. Many people, especially new comers, complain "to xis that everything is so" dear here. The losses of the credit system are the cause of this. Our new store will provide a remedy. One good order will convince yoii TO FARMERS Farmers will find tie posts and a watering trough for their accommodation at our new store. Leave your orders early so that they will be ready when you cull. Cheques for grain from the mills will be cashed Our Union Grocery on Ashmend Street will be conducted on the same basis, as formerly, is not connected in any way with our new store It The Westminster Store THE CHEAPEST WEST OF WINNIPEG JOSEPH TUFF, Proprietor Westminster Road, J. A. SLADE, Manager ssite South fllljerta -'limber Co. Mr. Hitchcock has 1 road overseer azid will sono as he can secur .Mr. Paulson lias bought a new gasoline engine and expects to "grind feed here this winter. Mr. John Clark is doine a rushing memb.'T of the party, joining her hus- with >neral Supply Co. Mr. W. P. Rogers, who has been rnployed with the Trites-Wood COWLEY. Cowley. Oct. wedding, of two popular: young folks attracted a, large number of people to the -thod- j rritual of the Anglican church was i ried couple entertained a number of used, Kt-v. W. H. Mowat officiat-j invited guests to a bountiful supper ing. The bride, who was given-away j in their home in the east end. The- by her brother, Mr. Robert Day, j bride _was the recipient of a beautiful of voile over; silk, with veil and bridal wreath. She! ist church on Wednesday .evening, when Miss Edith Marv Dav was unit- i i ed in matrimony to Mr. Ed. Grove, j was supported. by Miss Reta Latta foreman in .Morrison's blacksmith as. bridesmaid, while Mr. J. F. Smith acted as b.-st man. Th newlv .mar- of Michel, B.C., is at home this week. shop_ .The beantiful antl The thi people are j b autiful and_ useful testifying- to the esteem in which the yoiinjr couple are held, and they embark upon sea of matrimony with the" cniipratulations of many friends. Meetings in the interests of the Liberal Candi- date, W.C. Sim- mons, will be held as follows: Greenwood Schoolhouse Thursday, Oct. 22 At 2 o'clock p.m. Plaiaficid Schoolhouse Thursday, Oct. 22 At ft o'clock p.m. BOWVILLE HALL FRIDAY, OCT. 23 At 8 o'clock p.m. Addresses will be given by Mr. Simmons Ani Others GOD SAVE THE KING cided to recommend that the lie -nse be given to Alexander's hotel. Mr. Henderson, of the other house, is ap- pealing, however, so the question can- not b- regarded as settled yet. Sept. 29th, to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hartfiel, a son. Mr. Lome Dobbie is out this week for the first time since his accident. He io obliged to make use of crutches to get along with though. Mr. S. S. Peat is now in charge of the Fishbum Methodist mission in of Mr. Bishop, who has return- extended to Mr. arid Mrs. M. A. Mur- phy on tha loss of little Mr.' Schneider is-very busy in hiri i who died suddenly while, on a visit' j blacksmith shop from morning: to jwith his mother to Pincher Creek. j I late at night. i Messrs.. F. 0. Cox and J. R. Me-1 1 Einnie paid a visit to. Lethbridge for .the purpose of securing j kind. It is understood they have se- cured a homestead and a pre-emption about 40 miles north of Lethbridge. Th.- land fever has' not abated, and numbers of others arc making ef- forts to secure tracts, both east and wrrst of this district. Mr. J. A. Manning, of Wardner, I B.C., paid a flying'visit to Cowley on Bowville; Oct. Arrael Wit-' last. Hams has pulled in his threshing ma-! and Mrs- J- Anderson, of chine. He has had a good season. Ont., arrived on Tuesday to having' theshed thirty-eight days a V15it to llK'ir aunt- the vicinity.of Bowville. stopped operations because of the; wet weather. Flax raising will be a thing of tht past here. Everybody says not pay. The school inspector i district wr-ek. it doe? visited m i He finished on Simpson's place. The Finlanders' machine finished threshing on the same clay for Mr. Winchcll. They had a twenty-six are! days" run. They both llnished Fri- day, Oct. 9th. ed east to resume his studies. Harold Xelson and his company will play the ''Holy City" on Tues- day night. The I. X. L. Blacksmith Co. putting in a new weigh scales. The people to the south of us, that is around Yarrow, Twin Butt.', and Fishburu districts are talking tele- his .homestead this fall. pho-ae, and will probably make an ef- fort to gt-t the Government 'phone out their wav. i The wholesome, harmless green leav- es and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give to Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy its curative proporites. Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly and safely yield to this highly effective Cough Medicine. RAYMOND. Eaymond, Oct. Ada Palmer was married to Clarence O'Brien last week at Groat Falls, Mont. They returned Saturday, and staying I at Mr. O'Brien's home. i The sugar factory opened for its fall run Saturday, Oct. top- pine season is now at hand. The people in Raymond are busy pulling and topping j Mrs. Smell i? and daughter Mary I have returned from the south. Mrs. Leigh B. Young, of Carclston, {i.s now in town visiting relatives. jj i Mr. Watson, of Donnellv Watson, fi Brown and Co., Calgary, is in town. Eaymond is trying to get the church high school here. Carclston is trying to 'get it there, but Ray- mond has sood chances. Turner and Spiedel havo installed an electric motor in shop. Mr. Gillies is in Lethbridge today. Will Fry has returned after u sum-1 Dr. Shoop assures mothers that they Trier's work, to feace in j ctm safctly give it to even I young babes. No opium, no chloro- i Mr. Hitchcock and Mr. Wyman were j nothing harsh or] out last week getting- the names of'harmful. It calms the distressing; the voters. j cough, and heals the sensitive mem-1 There was Sunday School and j brakes. Accept no other. Demand church, in the school house last Shoop's. Sold by J. J. Johnston. Warner Church Services SABBATH 'SERVICES Sunday School, 10 a.m., Mr. Goo. Barrows, Supt. Young People's Meeting, 7 p.m., Mr. Alvin Sharp, Pres. Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. MID-WEEK SERVICES M. J. CONNEB, Pastor. Thp Oily Hi HillouO Have Now a Large Stock of LUMBER in their Yard just South of the Ellison Mill and more is arriving daily. The quality is the best and prices are right. Call and be convinced. Phone 225 P.O. Box 654 The store is located in the Bryan Block at the corner of Round and Bompas Streets. The fittings and furnishings are being made specially and are modern in the extreme. Four carloads are now on the road, of the highest grad> hardware and accessories that money can buy. Our policy will be to carry high grade goods, and to sell them as cheaply as we can for cash. Cash prices will ruie absolutely, and we fesl sure that you will be unable to buy better goods for less money, m or out of Leth- bridge, than our store offers. We will buy in carloads only, and pay cash for all our goods and will give you the benefit of our discounts. Our stock will not only be high grade, but .we will buy in such quantities as to eliminate the annoyances of being out of stock. Every article that goes out of our store will be guaranteed, and if your purchase proves other than we guarantee, ours will be the easiest store in town to get your money back. We expect to be open for business about October 10th, and want you to take this as a personal invitation to visit us at your earliest convenience. McKeown Hardware Co, Ltd. A. H. McKeowN, MANAGER i I ;