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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THK T.ETHBRIDOE DATI.Y TTERAIiD SnUii'day, at;tohci' 10, 1912 ^ : KB;KB KB KB K^B KB KB KB K 11 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB "HOUSE OF QUALitV SWEATERS We have now a splendid variety of Sweater Coats, Aviation Ca|)H and Hoods These goods arc nwide by a nmnufactiirer who handles no other cliiss of goods but knlttod wear. Bj- this we know- wo cnn serve you with ttn nrtlcle which cn-nuot be beaten 'tor lUiHllty or style. Wo carry these goods in all �i�es for luon, women and children. Our l.'nderwcar, Us Quality and I'rices. are also sure to "meet with your approval. I..adies' and Chlldri'n's Cashmere and Woollen Stockings are now very much in demand in these soods. Wo also have a full runge of sizes and qtiiili-tles. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF OUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 K U Kii KB KB KIT. KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KBi KB ^fiymond District Fertile Sipil and the Sugar Industry insure The Future of Raymond Write Secretary Board of Trade VISIT TO RAYMOND KNIGHTS STOCK AND GRAIN FARM Olrien-Nalder Co. Ltd. Gsneral Merchants Raymond. Oot. IS.-Perhaps there is no ranch in the province of Alberta K Tl i niodera, ovderiy or luoro elab- " I orate than the Buck i-nnch. located six miles south of Kayraond and owned by Raymond Knight. It was the K B K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test tlie new light. We can install a conit)lete system in youi home or business place.; An excellent light for churches. Our Stiidy Lamp is a quick seller, i^'' Raymond, Alta. THE UILDING OF A HOUSE wherein woodi of various kinds are generally used require good judgment in lumber selections, \t the builder's wtork is to be carried out and the architect's plans conscientiously followed 111 a manner that will be artistic cubttantial and durable. For this reason it will be to the interest of any one contemplating building to get bids for the necessary lumber from EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. -Ol) -IPHVSICIAN SURGEON- -AND ACCOUCHER-. DKlce, West ot Raymond Opera Honat 1st Street rhana 4�. WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith selves. The estlrauled cost U placed at about |T,000~a neat foruine for thousands of nicn. The mammoth structure, in AVhIcli will be stabled UO head of .Mr. Knight's matmiticeut Punches and Perchorons. is 210 feot extreme pleasure of a representative; lonff, 40 feet wide and -It! feet hl^h. Hot Air Haatlng, Tin Roofing, Flumfr Ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. I We do alt tha bifl Jebi aouth of Lath-Opan Day Night I DR.K1EU0R Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South Raymond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Oat ot town pattenU muit maka a^ polntmects by mall or 'ptaoaa. Office Hour*: SIorhlngB 9-12. Afternoons 1-I. PHONE 69 Raymond :-: Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES bridge. Writt ua for eatlmatca. Raymond Alberta FOR SALE-Good tent, 12x18, with wooden frame and board floor, for aale cheap. Also good apring mattress. Apply to W. McD, Talt, Raymond. Alberta. ot the tiernld to ride out to this spleu did ranch with Mr. Kalght in his giant motor car Thursday, and inspect the many features of the ranch that go to make It the best in the province, ns it undoubtedly is. It Is an invigorating run from towii to the ranch, and one passes a never-ending panorma of grain fields, dotted here and there with threshing outfits. After leaving the level farm land the couutr>- becomes more rolling, and before one is aware ot the fact he is wafted round a bead, down into a broad green valley, and the Buck ranch, the pride ot Mr. Knight's heart, lays before your eyes. It Is a most admirable sight, and one that will linger long tin ones memory. It is a veritable village. Clustered together, but still not crowded, are the neat cottages of the married liands. Mr. Kaight says married men are more steady tha^'the slngio fellows, and thus ho lias built half a dozen houses' io keep them on the ranch. Everything is comfortable and convenient, hot and cold water being supplied to all the buildings on the ranch by a system of water supply in the construction of which 2,000 feot of plumbing was dpne.:- The little colony seems perfectly happy and the forty odd men who are woeking on the ranch continuously, together with the women and children, constitute a little village of good-fellowwhip and contentment. For the single men have not been overlooked'and *heir quarters are clean, tidy, well lighted, and fully fit for anyone to reside. Baths have b�en itistalled for the use ot the.aien, a talking machine provided for their amusement, and books and magazines for their self-development. In this way Mr. Knight keeps his men, and he has one of the finest aggregations ot physical manhood that one could wish to see. And they all like their boss, because he's the biggest "hoy" of the whole lot. Of course the great horse bam is the outstandlog feature oi'6" bidden to' the ceremony and rocepiloh,' which was solemnized at the hotna of the bride. Bishop ITvaus, ot the' Itayniond second ward, performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. W.-S 'Bcirryessa 'were passengers on Weduesdny evouiiiiv's train tor Cardal3n, wffi^l;e they attended the funeral of Mrs.; Berry(;c-ja'.'j sis-ter-iti-law, Jlrs. WlMjrtm Hucel The I'untral service '\\'as-held In the Card-atou Latter Day Saliit; bliapel, and was largely attended. Wsl buce has been ailing for a long tlriie, but her death TO MAN CAIMADIAN CRUISERS London, T3ng., Oct. 17.-It is under, ^tood that the Admiralty has invited twenty potty officers and men on active eervlce to volunteer' for the Royal tCanadlau; naval cruUers Ndobe und Ralniitfw, j�'hlch are expected here next month. The men will be dirfcwii from the. Ohatham port division,', - ' ,. \ ' was a sudden shock to the 'Whole community notwithstanding. One flight this week Mrs. Charles McCarty met with a painful accident while traversing the sidewalk which passes the opera house and the office of Or, Wray, Her ankle was badly sprained, and sho Is still unable to place much weight on It. The council should see that this piece of walk is repaired before more sorious accl dents occur. Thd opening of the JIutual Improve meut association of the two Raymond wards took place this week, and from all indications It would seem that the Jlutual would have a raoflt succesEful year's work; this season. At the first ward an excellent meeting was held with president Card' In charge. The program was very interesting and Instructive, consisting of the fallowing numbers: Lecture, "Tho use and abu.w of time," by Oeorgo II. Budd; trio, Miss Young, .Miss Redd and Miss Wus-den. At the second ward a splendid program was also rendered together with a most enjoyable social. Everyone present had a jolly time, antl all are filled with enthusiasm In the Mutual work. ' Mr. Richard Shouson loft recently for Oregon, where he Is to meet his AndreAv Carnegie says: *'TIie wise wage-earner of today invests his money in real estate." Good Farm at -Wilsoti Siding | 5res, west of railway; 170 acres grow- � 440 acri ing harley. Remainder has water and good pasture. Price I40.0Q an acre. Terms 15 down; $6 fall of 1913, balance to suit purchaser. W. McD. T AIT RAYMOND ALBERTA brlde-io-be. Miss Mae Heggie. After their marriage and honeymoon thoy will return to Raymond, wliero they will reside. Mr. Skonson has a nice farm west ot tho town. .Mr. and Jlrs. W. McD. Tult are e.K-pected homo from the east to-night. Mr. Talt has been away about a month on. his wedding trip, the particulars of his marriage -.o 'MlBa Bffa Robertson having appeared In the social columns of the Han'Ud sonio tlnin ago, They left Toronto tor the west on'Moii day lust, and the./ made the Journey very leisurely. The newly woda will tako up their re?id nipritot Ib juHt as uticactlvfi and i luclieally a',= steady fur many yeai'r. tc i;onie. tlioy find it fur muri' prollta! ' the IJotniniou. 1 Interviewed today, ^Ir. Lavcrgne Knight stated that he was well pitas- siaid tdat he was very soirry to aban-ed with tl:.o sale thifi fall. They are don his idea ot goln.15 to the Balkans well saciBflcd with tho prices offered 1 but he could not possibly leave the by tho Culg;.'y dealers, and Mr. Knight i battlefield here at the moment of bat-said tho (..lur'.ny were paid as good | Ik". COMMITTED FOR BIGAMY Toronto, Oct. 18.--Hleha.v<; IJest, a contractor, was today conuultted to trial on a chnrga of bigamy. Bast offered evidence to show that his first 'wife was not living when he married again at Niagara Falls last year, but "Tlio liberty of the Christians iu tli(! Balkans is very important," he .said, "but the liberty of Canada ia Ktill more to me. "A plebiscite seems llie only rcas-pnnhle solution of the controversial' iui\al (iiu'Htion. 'Till! N'utiouulisi program is the U) sell ii) p'li'esL f',i'!n'aiitce n!' Canacliau prosperity and union aiui the intCRrity of. the empire. 1 still lielieve in territorial (icffii-se as till' sole ohllRatiou of Caiiaiia, until wo have representation in imperial unaiis." MRS, G, O. BUCHAIvlAN DEAD Kaslo, B.C., Oct. 17.-airs. O. O. Buchanan, wife of dominion supervisor of load hountiua, died at an early counsel held that tho oiuis of proof'hour tiiis morning. Uooeased lady was with the Crown, tuul carried his uolnt. has been in failing health for some' limo.............. � , ;