Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
KB K-B Tuesday. KB KB KB KB KB; KB KB KB K B King Bros. Ltt, OF QUALITY" I have now a splendid variety of Sweater Coats, Aviation Cap and Hootls .These goods are made by a manufacturer, handles no other class of goods but knitted liy this we know wo; can serve you with an i which cannot he'beaten for uusllty or carry.these goods' In all sizes for children. Our Its Quality and 'are also sure to meet with your approval. Ladies' and Children's Cashmero and YV'n Stockings are now very much in demand In goods. We also have a full rango of sizes ami ties. lros., LI. KB KB KB KB KB KB IvB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District Fertile Soil and the Sugar Industry insure The Future of Raymond Write Secretary Board of Trade KB KB IvB KB KB K 1! K B "H'OUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 home or business An excellent lig] Our Study Lamp i K WHEN YOU BUI us help out your lumber 1 Is no trouble to us, a ly assist you. We can I1 anything you require on ittce and at prices that u joustnp and .think. Wcbuj a i thing but No. ml of ill kinds wo to sen c ou. EQUITY -LUMto, LTD RAYMOt-HRTA TORONTO SOLDIERS HURT Chicago Express Dashed Into a Military Train- Two Were Killed others, including the two dead ram, were ground between the two lloors. half of tile injuries were caus- ed Sy the men being jamnxd between tho scats which were lorn loose. There were fiity-si.v men in Ihe car, all non-commissioned officers and pri- vales of the 48th Highlanders. Tim "ho was killcl1 tad K, A. AMOS, Agent for Lights and Siipf', Pome in and tesLthe new light.. can. install complete system yofa dace; 'i, for churches. I quick seller. d, Alta. Toronto, Oct. members of ]Ken Mi ic. Toronto garrison were killed and' so'mc "confridra urly-uine injured, two fatally, as maxim gun corps. Me was hurled ii, be result of a head on collision near among; the others with the lelescop- Straetville- Junction on Ihe C.I'.R. at; o'clock tonight. The Chica Flyer which pulled Out 6! Toronto five o'clock crashed into t MARQUIS WHEAT GOINUO UTAH PURCHASE MADE FROM HENRY HOLMES, RAYMOND'S PRIZE WINNER B Corps and the Engineers. The soldiers on the first section oi the train knew nothing of the wrect un- til they reached Toronto. Th6 spe- cial train crashed into the engine of the C'.P.H. ex-press for Detroit, which i was just moving from Btrcetiv.llc after. taking -water. One of the dead men was a mt in- ner of the Q.uecn's Own Rifles, and naymond, Oct. Cummlngs, superintendent schools for the Church Jesus Christ or Latter Jlay Saints, bus been the guest of Pre. sident H. S. 'Allen for several days during the past w-aek. Mr. Ctimmlngfi was here from. Salt Lake to inspect tho KulgbV Academy, and to confer the stake, board of education in respect to various matters of impera- live importance to. the institution. An 'mportant meeting .of the board of education, waa .hold: in .Raymond- last Thursday evening, Supt. Cuminings be- in attendance. Inspecting ed to the work, anci U.3 student. tional lines. He said he -vas pleased ta see the .very favorable condition of the Academy, and foretold great things for it if the people only rally round the president, and the board In Daniel Lewis, I makine for the educational belter- west Private .John Frycs, 201) How- of tho community, and the lay- land avenue; Corporal AYm. F. Wells, of substantial foundation "C" Company, 110 MeCaul street; which to build a mighty seminary Private Thomas-Thomas, 210 Rich- .ot learning. i-Nalder Co. ltd. General Merchants Full stock of boots and shoes at right I'ur coats-in-' all'1 sixes and moderate prices. .Bargains in Dress Goods. Ladies' Coats anct HOKSES FOR SALE Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. crest Park crescent; Sergeant- Hoh- I ert 385 Mcl'berson ave- nue; Private Alfred Souter, 13 Uir- ling avenue; Corporal'Geo. M. Oil- ver, 105 Dover Court road i.ate Cecil Wil- lis, 113 Silver Birch avenue .Lance- Corporal Oeo. A. Crosby, SI McCaul street; Sergeant Gretrin, "n" Com- PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) SURGEO'; N D ACCOUCHF Pfiice, YVest of Raymom 1st Strae Phone 49. ira House Day Night DR. K1ELLOR ffice 1st St. West'and 1st St. South Kaymoiid Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out or town patients must make ap. [lointmeuts by mall or phone. '-Si. Office Hours: Mornings PHONE 69 Riitiuond Afternoons Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 6D.viDAY SERVICES: Sunday ScUool, 10 i.m. Afternoon Service, 2 p.m., Evening .Service, 7 p.m..... JOHN F. ANDERSON. Bishop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ruv. Herbert W. ToombB, Paslor, Knylnond, Alta. New Dayton. 11 o'clock .Stirling 3 o'clock Raymond 7 o'clock WM.1IS Practicdmith Hdt Air Ing, Steam Pi-lam Heating. We do all the t] Jth of Leth. bridge. Kayniond Alberta FOR with wooden frame ui' floor, for sale cheup. pring mat- tress. Apply Tail, Kay- niond. Alberta. BIG DEAL IN TABER PROPERTY Taber, Opt. Ui0 most sensational deal yet to be recorded in Taber subdivision property, was con- GRIT LAV; WEFEIISSED Winnipeg, court was filii-' a curious crow. vincial Magi-str II. two The charges JleJIurray and' and .Magistral ou all counts. three cases 01 Ihe provine ill-clay. when police of Pro- t against mcnt Truemi engage lawyers in the JIacd I :a' Trucman, i actiniued .-.i of assault :ssed. Tlie IllIXUP 111 last Sat- .Uickeu in :nirt doou- r. copy be-i i V. with i J Sullivnii oase. summated on Friday, -when Messrs. i Kramer and Olson turned over tho I Hull farm ou the south -edge of tho town to a Calgary syndicate said to be composed of C. P. R. men, at a price in the neighborhood of an acre for tho 160 acres. Options on this property wore se- cured by Kramer and Olseu only il fen- weeks ago, at 160 an acre, 'llr. Hull disposing of it at that figure as it was his intention to remove from iho country. This jump in price in a few weeks from to is of the most remarkable recorded. The pro party comprises one of tho choicest subdivisions available, being adjacent PLAN RADIAL 1. HayakotvB, of Calgary and Gran- brook, IB a business visitor to Ray- mond. He is a former resident of this town, and owns, considerable property 11 I llere- Mr- Hayakowa is also interest. lots in Lethbridge, which he believes will soon rapidly lucreasi in value. Jlr. Hayakowa. Is one of tho many Japanese who have made good in Canada. One thousand dollars was offered Henry Holmes for the bushel of Mar quis which took the grand champion ship sweepstakes at the Dry Farming exposition. Jlr. Ilolnvos refused It The famous 'bushel was very court- louslyiplacod at the disposal of J. W. McNIcol, exposition manager, and a bottle of it will be used to advertise f TABER iv Sunny Southern Alberta. Dr. Widlsoe j tie of It, and also Dr. Worst, Prof. Bailey and other lights of Ihe Co '.T, Oct. Times says: A Jlr. Holmes could have ma radial railway for Taber is the new- a small fortune had he filled sma est proposition ivhich is .being talked bottles and sold It lo the genera] pu of on tho streets, in connection with Iic- He wns, however, too publ the real estate activity which the town spirited for that. D -word which has come Andrew .Carnegie says: "The Aviso waec- i earner..of his money in- real I estate." l Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 acres, west of railway: 170 acres'grow- .ing- barley. .Bemaiuder has water and good' pasture. Price an Terms down; fall of 1918, balanct suit pur- chaser. W. McD. TAIT KAYMONI> ALBERTA c to construct a radial liue which will connect Taber with the outlying coal camps and with the .McLean bridge, the matter of opening an up-t. office in Raymond. Mr. Powell in viewed a number of the business me to the town on the only a few minutes postofiice, south sitie, and walk from the THEY HAVE BEST CHANCE Calgary, Oct. Of the long list of cjiiiriidates wlio have made ap- plication for the position of city en gi near, it appears that the, two having tho best chances are F, W. Tborcld cf Toronto and If. A. Sylvester, tin- present superintendent of the build- .icncu a uuiiiuur or tne uusiness me It lull be necessary to appeal to the of the town, and it is quite probabl tor the franchise, and to that in the near future a, telee4p the town for running rights over the1 Eli-eels. 'H is believed that a radial whic would connect th0 Canada West mine Eican, Superior nnd the White As with the town would ho a paying pr., position within a year, as this woul bring into close touch with the mal part of lire town a tributary pcpuh tioji of 1500. SECOND SERVICE POPULAR Every Invited. FARMER Hardisty, after two iison, a fatal red about i.. htvo, M. or, was the nnd his bin wore oil wori from an 'xwn loft. and the ''li.ugo sba" til. SHOT little after- int occur- Iswest of vimr farm- department of tiiis city. LEAVING GRASSY LAKE AV. T. 11. Cripp'j, who has been in charge of St. Luke's church, Grassy Luke, for almost, a. year, leaves this woelc lo resume his studies at the Anglican college In Kegina. On .Man. day evening Mr. Cripps was presented with a purse, of contributed by people -Moose Jaw. Oct. th large accommodation of Zion Method ist church, hundreds of people arc turned away every Sunday evening BO Rev. Dr. Salton, pnstor, has devls cd I ha scheme of having a secom evening service every Sunday, to star at ,8.30 o'clock. It will ba Identica with th0, first service, and lie will also repeat tho sermon. (own and country' as a taken of their kind feelings towards NEW HEAD OF GEOGRAPHICAL DEPARTMENT OF HARVARD Trenlon, Ont., Oct. A. Daly, formerly of Xopauae, has been I appointed head of the geographical J department of Harvard university. o'llcc will be opened in one of U business houses of the town. W. McD. Tall, secretary, of the Raj nioud Board of Trade, has been ac vised by P. L. Leach, commlssionc of the Associated Roanln of Trade o Soul.hern Alberta, that h0 u-ill an-ollicinl visit to Hayinond on Oct 31st. when he desires to meet all o the offlcers and membars of the loca board of trade. He will be acrompan led by Dr. Leech, president of the as- sociation, nnd both will deliver ad dresses. Sonthwick of Lehl, Utah, is visitor to .Alberta on tho Dry Farm ng excursion. While in Haymond ho mi-chased some of Henry Holmes' Marquis wheat ho will use on his farm in Utah. .Mr. Sotithwick is an expert in the cultivation of sugar leets, and tho other day he gave a demonstration of topping beets by nachinery. Tho Knight Sugar Com- lany have purchased an nutom.it opper, capable of doing three f beets a day, but they have b'a ery little success with the now nine. However, Jlr. Sonthwick ured tho officials that it could b In Utah there are sixty-seven of tho toppers in use, and they arc all doing satisfactory work. LET PRISONERS WORK ON FARMS MONEY EARNED GOES TO i SIST THEIR FAMILIES Toronto, Oct. of the men at the Industrial Farm, Vonge street, are permitted to go out -to work for lolghborlng farmers for certain per- ods at regular wages. This plan has )een recently initialed by Supt. B. Findlay, with the sanction of Chair- nan John O'.Veill of the property ommlttec of the cit.v council, and Commissioner Chisholm, and t is regarded as having proved a sue- ess. The farmer to whom a man rom the Industrial Farm Is "rented ives a bond for the proper care of i? man, and the man himself if eu- ito work for the ontsldc farmer or a week or more, must report to ujil. Findlay at Ihe Industrial Farm very Sunday. The superintendent yesterday, "and I think it. 'B00d thing that some of them are a chance to earn some money for them- selves. Wo will arrange it so that, there will be no Jealousies among the men. Some of them do not want to leave lhe Industrial Farm, as they have to .work hard while employed on farms outside." GOT AWAY FROM HOLD-UP MAN Coleman, Oct. Saturday night, while returning home from at- tending a danco at Beltevue. a couple of Ccleman young people met with an. exciting adventure trail ma> manipulated successfully in Canada nepliewj and (lucks! ,i -f loaded j ;ii v i' had lie ham- i- ctin-r. The ipil, 111" Visitors to the DRY-FAE3IING COXGBESS should visit the KAYMOXD DISTKICT Where they will find some of the best mixed farming propositions to be had In Alberta. Uo can supply farms in any size from five acres lo Ir.icts containing ten thousand lictore yon leave the district, Jlr. Investor, call us up, No. 5., Haymond. HKCUKITY INVKSTMFXT COMPANY, LIMITED Raymond; Phone 5. H Room 12, Hull Block, l-ethhridflo; Phone 768 is the righl to visit a farm whore of his men is temporarily eni- oycd al any hour of the day or night see I hat he is doing all righl and being treated properly by the rmer. Aid. O'Neill, u-ho admits that Supt. ndlay has not legal authority to do riuito approves of the plan to through the Frank slide. As the rig was approaching the west end of the- trail through the slide three men stapped out from the shadow of the rocks and ordered the driver to stop! Instead of complying he struck the horse with the reins and the animal immediately broke into a run. Oira. of the trio made an effort lo grasp the reins, bul was a Irlfle too late as the rig dashed by. Another of the would- be holdups fired a shot from a revolver the Ilecing rig, l.hn bullet embcd- ding Itself in tho back of the bngsy. The thoroughly frightened horse, and the no less frightened dancers lcst no time but burned the trail for Cole- niini, and did not give olllcial notice of tho attempted holdup until next day when it was too hite, on account of. the heavy fall of snow-, to trace tile miscreants. The young man had Blve a prisoner an opportunity to j some ?65 on his'iwrsoiT'at "he" time earn a little money, so that, wben his and the escape of Ills couple from term has expired he will not be caal out into the world pennllcso. He cites !he c.aso of a wife-beater who is en- gaded, for a month on a near-by farm at ?30 a month. Already half the man's pay, has been sent to the man's wife, and she will he given the balance. In one instance recently eight men. went, from tho Industrial Fa'rm to assist a farmer to get In his corn, which was in danger of lujuryj iy reason of the weather, and (he vork tbnl. would ordlnnrily have tak- en a wefllt to accomplish way done one day. 'We have more men at. the farm ban we can provide work for In the said ('otnmlssloner f'hlHliolm robbery, If not something was inado by an extremely narrow mar- gin. Malcolm Calder, district superin- tendent, department of public works, is spending a few days in the Pass inspecting the work that has beau done on the frails. He expresses ?tlf as well pleased with the work so tar throughout tho Pass. Word was received today from Daniel .Mc.N'Ish. road snperlntendon't, 'of r-'criilc, lo the effect that tlie bad row miles west of. Summit In lirlt. ish Columbia had been put In thorough repair and inoloriiig through Prow's Nest 1'iisa will now bo a delight' In- stead of a bugbear.