Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wwlnes'daV, October Ift, 1012 TUT, LETH-BRinCEDAILY HKRAIA1 Page 11 KM KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KI3 Kli KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Kll K B King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY1 Wo luivu now n siilcnilld variety ot Sweater Coats, Aviation Caps and. Hoods. -These goods aro rondo by a manufacturer who jiandleB no other class of goods but knitted wear, ny Iliis'wo know we ran serve yon with an article which (iiranot bo beaten. for, quality or style. We carry these goods In all sixes for men, women and Underwear, its Qunlity and ,aro alip sure, to nicot with your approval. Ladles' and Children's Cashmere and Woollen Stockings lire now very ranch in demand in these soods. also have a fiill raiigo of sizes and quail- Ties. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond ;Phone 7 K I? KB K B K B KB K B K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, Agent for Hefz Gasoline Lights and Supplies and test the new light. We can .install- a complete, system ,'in yonr home or business place, y. light for churches.. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. n, Alia. THE BUILDING OF A HOUSE wherein woods of various kinds generally useil require good Judgment in lumber selections, 'if the builder's work Is to be Carried out and tlie architect's -plans conscientiously followed in a manner that will be artistic and durable. For ;this reason it will be to the in- %erest of a-uy one contemplating to get bids for the nee, essai-y lumber from EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA PROFESSIONAL CARDS (TOR. '09) Office. West ot Raymond Opera House 1st Street Phone 46. Opan Day Night DR7KIELLOR I I Office Is.t St. West and 1st St.'Sonth Raymond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out ot town patients must malre ap. polntments by mail or 'phone. Office Hours: Mornings Afternoons PHONE 69 Raymond RAYMOND'S CHURCHES; CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF DAY SAINTS BUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m.. Afternoon Service, 2 p.m. Bveniug Service, 7 p.m. 'JOHN P. ANDERSON, Blnbop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Herbert W. Toombs, Pastor, Raymond, Alta. Services Now'Dayton, n o'clock Stirling 3 o'clock Raymond 7 o'clock Everybody Invltea. BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb. Ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating, tt do all the big jobs south of Leth- j Raymond District Fertile Soil and the Sugar Industry insure The Future of Raymond Write Secretary Board of Trade RAYMOND EXHIBIT WILL BE A DANDY its Preparation "There will be a large number' of Much Time DeVOted tO Utah people W for the Dry-Farming Congress. Ufnh Is bringing a flue display, anil Alberta will have to show something exceptionally good if they discount I understand that a big Raymond, Oct. 14.-Tlie work on delegation is also coming from Idaho the Raymond exhibit at the Dry- and Montana All. along the line Fanning Congress is progressing everyone is talking arming Con b gress. During my stay In Salt Lake 1 visited the state fair, and it was ranting congress is progressing favorably, and T. W. Harris, who has sress. During my stay in Salt Lak the, operation, in charge, promises the visited the and it wa directors that everything will be in cerUinly magn floent exhibition readiness for the opening next Sat- Some of the exbibts shown there jllcnlnvnrl in tlm Tlt.ih RW.tlnn lit urday. Actual construction work o the revolving exhibit -device, will Le propolled 'by electricity, was week." started lust Saturday and since the a gang of men been busily, .gaged in this particular feature. The association started its season's display will be unique and attractive and will be made so comprehensive Of tne ycar being held in both the that every one of the varied products first second' wards. A most en- ami industries of the Sugar Town joyable social marked the commence, will he .brought forcibly to: the at ten- ment of the season, and the M. I. A. tion of the public. The 'whole will begins this year under the most favor- be brilliantly lighted In the evening ,ubie promising circumstances different colors of Of capable instructors, and anyone iUi.tViji.B. --rnestly desired that ijas a desire fpr greater kntfw- everyone wlio has anything that will ledge should not .miss this splendid will be shown ii. lettering. It ig earnestly desired that 'everyone who has anything that will help out'the exhibit.will Immediately get in comnmiiication with either T. 'W. Harris, Hay Powell or 0. H. Snow, of the Board of Trade. It will take a great tleal of material to -nil up the Raymond section as it should be filled, find the success 'of the whole undertaking really rests with the people as a whole. The Women's Institute Is certainly doing its share. They are .rising nobly to the call, and are assisting 'Mr. Harris very materially. Tiie two displays will now be sho'wu together, the officials of tooth exhibits having united their energies in one big un- dertaking of boosting Raymond. In the ladies' department will be dis- played almost everything a woman can grow or create in the way plants, bulbs, flowers, fancy 'work, cookery, and last tout by no means least, candy made-from Raymond gar. This last part Is left to a num- ber of the prominent young ladies'of the town, whose skill in this particu- lar line is beyond question. Another distinctive feature of the exhibit will be a monster collection of choice photographs, and "Pictorial Raymond" will be aii outstanding at- traction. Sir. Steele has charge of this work, and anyone who has clear bridge. Write us for estimates. photographs of handsome residences, offices, stores, mills, elevators, fac- tories, prominent citizens, scenes, etc. Raymond FOR tent, 12x18, with wooden frame and board floor, for sale cheap. Also, good spring mat- tress. Apply to W. McD. Taft, Ray- mond. Alberta. MR. RICHARDSON'S VIEWS Winnipeg, Oct. Tribune commented no-the'bye-election as fol- lows: i- "Nobody whose judgement Js sound, and 'who gave Uhe. least study '.ilie- .situation will be surprised at the result of the polling: in Macdonald' constituency. Indeed, the surprise is rather 'tlial, all the circumstances the major- ity for the in'tiniitiaibrs .was not even greater than alt "There was tco much, at stake Minister of the Interior and the forces of privilege which .were .behind him to fake any chances, indeed, the leaders openly declared that they could not afford to be beaten, that the constitu- ency siuiply had to be carried, at no matter 'what cost. "Let not the forces of privilege who are entrenched bshinii the govern- ment for one moment" interpret tlio result as acquiescence of the.people in favor of restricted markets and high protection. All the similarly obtained verdicts will but strengthen Ihe determination of the people of the west to put forth renewed effons and keep the sword unsheathed until the fetters of high protection and trade restriction are stricken from their, limbs. Reciprocity and enlarged markets are still the liveliest corpse that, stalks throughout the west. Let Sir Rodmond and Mr. Rogers plot and plan as they may to make th contrary view appear.1' R.'A'. Hutchon, formerly of Wynyard Sask., has opened a law office at Han- Icy, will indeed he welcome. Call 'with your pictures, please, at, room G, Se- curity block. This is a simple way of doing a heap of good, solid boost- ins. The attendance from Raymond will no doubt ho large .during the Con- ;ress. President Allen Returns President IT. S. Allen, of the Taylor Stake, returned from Salt Lake City HENINGER'3 last Saturday evening, hut brought no additional details of the proposed temple which will shortly be com- menced In Southern Alberta. 'In an interview Mr. Allen said: "f think the details as reported in the Herald last Saturday were about correct, al- though there was one thing that might have been mentioned, and that is tbe stability and jnstice of the Can- ut adian law and government. President .Mr. Heninger a total harvest Smith was emphatic on this point, of bushels of flax. He contrasting It with weak, powerless government of Mexico. He paid a splendid triubte to British institu- tions. There Is no queBtion about tho temple being erected. It met with a hearty response. I was at tbe priesthood meeting and board the dis- cussion, but unfortunately 1 "was forc- ed to leave for Canada owing to pros- sure of business, and was thus un- able to see President Smith about the matter. 1 think tbe -edifice will cost, between one hundred to two thousand dollars. be displayed In the Utah section at the exposition at" LetlibrUlgc next Y. M. M.'.J. A. Commence Work The Young -Men's Mutual Improve- work last evening, the first meeting opportunity of getting into the har- ness, _ .Founder's Day at Academy Tomorrow (Thursday) is Founder's Day at the Knight Academy, and there -will be a Cuii> program of en- joyment carried- The public are invited to, attend, and the institution promises all visitors a real enjoyable time. Short NeWt Other bargains too numerous tot inenlion. t i Horses for sale. Phone 13 Alia. Antliew Carnegie, says: "The wist, earner of totlay invests his money in real) estate." Good Farm at Wilson biding o 440 acres, westjof 170 acres grow- ing Larlcj Remainder has water and good pasture Price an acre. Terms clown; fall of 1913, balance to suit pur- chaser. i W. McD. TAIT RAYMOND GREAT CROPS IN BARNEY DISTRICT THRESHING NEARLY DONE- NEW BARN 'COUPLE HAPPY Barney. Oct. threshing In the neighborhood is over, with the exception of a few stray pieces that were left when the snow storm of Inst week reached ns. The snn is again shining anil we are enjoying beautiful bright weather, and if Sunny Alberta keeps up her reputation, we will have at least six 'weeks mere of it. The threshers are again busy, and we look for Iho last bushel of grain to be safely in the granaries in a very few days. The grain is an ex- ceptionally good grade this ycar, as well as a good heavy yield. Oscar Schleirler got-39 to tho aero; Gus Podoll, 32: .Toe'Pefrent, 35; Warner flax-from 160 Shipping it east, lie lias all the available teams hauling for him. The young people are -anticipating another good dunce in Mr. Warner's granary as soon as the grain is all out. Robert Ritthven lias his daughter Ada from Dos Jlolnes, Iowa, keeping house for him. and -Mrs. Thomas Dranu ami family have moved to Taber for-Ihe winter. .Mrs. Mary Cnrr has returned to her after visiting for the past two months in Fargo, N. Another of our bachelors has joined the benedicts. Harry Uailey was mar- ried to .Miss Goldic Griffin, at the Methodist parsonage in Taber, last Tuesday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Uailey will reside on Mr. Bailey's homestead, and will be at home to their many friends after November 1. Oscar Nelson has just completed his fine large barn, and it Is one of the best in the country. Lewis Harris, with his gasoline out. fit. has averaged bushels a day since threshing commenced. If building is a sign of prosperity, we certainly have it right hero nt Barney. Axel Davidson is putting up a fine new honae; Bert Snttoh is-add- ing two rooms to his, and Garnet j Nash has his fine home completed: "iMisa Ethel Hastings, who .loaches t at' the Lone Star School, nine milesi west, spends ends'with.herv parents at Barney A vole of the resident electors for the proposed rural municipality takes, place on Tuesday, October 15. -Mr.; G. F. Podoll has been bnsy election- eering for the past three weeks. Mrs. Theo Odmark with the child-, Ten has returned to the homestead for the winter. Mr. Deveraux's fine new barn burned to the'grpund oil Monday-af- ternoon. Tho origin of the fire is a' mysery. J. E. Davis is killing a -beef twice: a'week, and supplying the railroad! camps and tlie neighbors with meat. NOW IT'S A NURSERY COURT TO BE OPENED IN CHICAGO: Chicago, young- nest citizens are to have .a court- room of their own. The latest addition to. the Co'Urf of Relations will, be a nursery. Heretofore women who have been compelled to bring their ba- bies to court have had to sit with them In: the corridor until their case was called, with the result that at times the' hall has b'een too badly congested to permit passing traffic to get by. And if Johnny had the measles he was Ijable.tD give them to-Ethslbert, while Annie obligingly divided her sore throat among the crowd. All this Is to be changed. In the first, place the Court.of Do- mcstic Relations will-be- moved- across the hall, where two large courtrooms open into each other. In one of these a large, sunny room with southern exposure, the benches will be taken out and furniture of, just the proper size for little folks will, take their. place. Miss Jane'Addams'of Hull House will donate toys. A smaller room will be fitted In a manner like the silence rooms ,in the large stores, where the mothers may see that, the smallest babies get their proper naps and the diets that Is coming to them.