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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta t lf j THK LUTittt KB K li K B K K K It Kit i'; DAILY raise 11 KingBrotid. 'HOUSE OF QIJAU1 1 Any Sclentifiermer well understands 1li< if kecp- liis luiim.ils L Bros, en 11 supoii Horse Blatfc lliat suit both in mid price. A few dollars epcnl. in tin half the feed and make a in the nprjeanihce'of. your'team i "HOUSE OF QUAL Raymond Pho V KB KB KB KB K li KB Kit KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB 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 RAYMOND WANTS BOON OF TOWN TELEGRAPH OFFICE Station too far Away From Business of the Sugar Town llnyinond, Oct. regular monthly meeting of Iho stake priest- hood of tho Church Jesus Cll.-ist of Latter Day Saints was held In the Knight Academy at Raymond oil Sat- E. A. AMOS, Herz Gasoline Lights Supplies r b'in-and li We can completceki in yont home or business place. t An excellent light chu, Our Study Lamp is a quick Raymond, to figure out nilli It- is no it may assist furnish anything hort notice and .it fat %ill make yon stop anKWc never buy afly- N D House ing, Steam .Heating. Dffica. West of Raymond Of] 1st Wl, Jobs aouth of Lctlv Phone 46. Night] for estimates. DR. KIELLOR 1st. St. West and 1st St. South Htiyinond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out. of iown patients must make ap- pointments by mail or 'phono. Office Hours: Mornings Afternoons PHONE 69 Alberta Raid Alberta Gqod tent, 12xlS, with sale ties mon ta.l io ,'aiui board floor, for ASsb good spring mat- Tail, Ray- TO WAR RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF 3ESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 6UNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 i.m. Aftornoon Service, 2 p.ui. Eveuing Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bishop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov. Herbert W. Toombs, Pastor, Raymond, Alia. Services at: New Dayton, 11 o'clock Stirling 3 o'clock Raymond 7 o'clock Everybody invited. urday morning, extending till after the noon hour. Among the outside- delegates present the follow ing :caino under the Herald's noti< From Magrath, J. T. Heninger Sr., A. Woolley, J. U. Rirle, 'Mrs. Merce Mrs. Alston, A. 0. Rich, P. G. Clark Ariimon Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Gran from Stirling, President Brandle Tho following bishops were also Jn tendance: Van Orman, Taber; Ha ker, Magrath; Fawns, Stirling; Jo3i ston, Barn well; Young, Lcthbridgp Anderson and Ejvans, Raymond, an Peterson, Welling., Old Music Master Visits Raymond Very interesting visitors on Satu day and Sunday last at Haymon were Mr. and Mrs. Grant of America Utah, father and mother of Mr Jcs. Alston of Magrath. To Mr. Gran belongs the distinction of bavin given to Prof. McClellan, TabernacI organist at Salt Lake City, his firs lesson in music. Though an old ma Mr. Grant can yet bring from an ii strum ent as. sweet and as diflicu music as in his early days. Town Welcomes New Citizen Win. L. Eames oE Almo, Idaho, ha arrived in town with his 'wlf< family and will make a permanen resideucp in Raymond. Mr. Eame whoso wife is a sister of Messrs King Bros., of Raymond, visited tin towu and district last summer am was so favorably impressed wltl Raymond as a place to make a home that he took steps as soon as ho re turned to Idaho to prepare to migrate Sunny Southern Alberta. Mr Barnes will, take stock in the firm oi King Bros. (Ltd., and will he found ir one of ..the; departments of the 'bus! less. Settlers 'of Mr. Eames stamp re much to be desired in Raymond is ho comes with a family and with capital and 'will in all probability In- vest in" property here. Postoffice Giving Excellent Service Another indication of the efficient service being given by the nostoflice at Raymond was seen in the distribu- tion of late mails last week, it niny not be known to many that postoflico clerks are not. compelled to sort mail after tho arrival of the train from the north at night and it is only through the courtesy of Postmaster King, As- sistant Sclmnn and his assistant Miss Anderson that; letters and papers are nut in after seven o'clock at night. Tho mail train on the Cartl- Bton branch was hold for n couple of hours several nights during th-a Con- gress, to Raymond about i) o'clock. Notwithstanding the fact that the office was working short handed mail was distributed as usual. For this Raymond business.and read-i public arc justly thankful. Ontario Visitor Pleased have grown the 'best wheat in the world. After a visit with.u son In Northern Alberta Mr. and Mrs, Amos will return to their homo in western Ontario. Mr. Amos Is a brother of Dr. T. A. Amos, formerly of Ray moml but now of Furford, Ont. Oddfellowi to Celebrate November 15th Is the first anni versary of the Installation of a lodge of the Independent Order of Odd- fellows at Raymond and the date ts to be suitably remembered. At the last meeting of the lodge it was de- cided to hold a banquet and dance hi the opera house for which ar- rangements are now mane and tick- ets out. Since its Installation Ray- mond lodge No. 83 has had a steady growth and today numbers consider- ably over 50 members. Dr. Wray is chairman of the social committee of organization and it is certain that nothing will be left undone to' make the first one. anniversary a memorable Henry Holmes Needs Stenographer Henry Holmes is a, busy man these days. Being of a big Rume- ly engine for the best -bushel of wheat in the world has brought with it public notice that Raymond's humble citizen little dreamed of This week Mr Holmes has been fairly deluged with enquiries regarding wheat, land, cultivation, etc, to the Herald's Raymond; that if enquiries cohtfiiiSbp.d' come in ua will need, a stenographer' to do his respsniierice And by the way Henry, Holmes cannotibe disassociat- ed with Raymond and the town is getting' like publicity. 'Commissioner of the Asi representative, Is in his office again In-the Security block and will 'be glad to meet Raymond public tho tran- saction of the business of this paper. Subscriptions may be paid nt any iinuj and other matters settled. Tho value of a lost ad. in the Her- ald's classified page was exemplified in the return of Mrs. Alof Ericsson's watch and chain. The watch was lost on Thursday at the Dry-Farming Congress und wag found just Inside th-a exhibition grounds. An ad. ap- peared In tho'Issue of tho next day and on Saturday morning tho lost jewelry was returned to its ownfer. On Tli day. .night of this week a ate Boards of Trade of Southern Al- jerta and Dr. Leech, president of the organization, are to, foe present at a meeting of the Raymond Board of Trade to be held in the council cham- her on Thursday at S.30; The meeting is to hear a report of what he associate hoards havo done dur- ng the past year and Raymond board vill probably decide 'whether or not t will -remain in the affiliation. Raymond to Have Telegraph Office A representative of the telegraph lepartment of the C. P. R. was In own last week endeavoring to make letter arrangements for Raymond's elegraph service. The town thought tself well off when a wire was strung rom Stirling to Cardston passing liroiigh the Sugar Town, but it soon ecame evident that the station was Hallowe'en .party is to be given in the second-ward meeting house by the Young 'Ladles' Mutual Improve- ment association of the ward. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian1-church are meeting thi; afternoon at tho manse. In addition to routine, plans are being discussed for the holding of a monster social under tho auspices of the Ladles' An to be held In flic near future. A meeting is soon to be called to discuss the organization of a young peoples' Guild in connection with St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Ray- mond. It hag been thought by many that weekly meetings for the young which literature, art, relig- ion, science, music, etc., would be tak- en up would prove Interesting and in- structive. Word has been received from Dr. T. A. Amos, formerly of Raymond, hut later of Burford, Out., that he Is moving ihis practice from Burford to place is a larger iaa'A, wjll give larger to the 'doctor's, professional capabilities. He is.an uncle of Dr. Ji Amos now of Cardston, and R. A, Amos of Ray- .'inbnd. At church O'Brien-Haider Co. Ltd. General Merchants Full stuok of boots shonx ;it right prices. Fin1 and sheep-lined coats in all sixes and moderate .Bargains in Dress Goods. Ladies' Coals and HORSES FOR SALE Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. Sunday Rey.'.. H. .W. oo far away from the business houses public are taking advanttij f town to be of very much or-' increased service and are of Greece, wife of is at the head of eiof fljtd Cross nurses, Who ar tht; front other day. to 'be one of the .Ifur woman In Groece, and (Other of 'two handsome children j jjfith :a pull generally pull Pa is 'good news, hut the ociin'l apply to luck, Mr. and Mrs. Amos of Parkhill, Out. father and mother of Ur. and R. A- Amos, left Raymond on Monday of this week after a visit with their HOUR here, and with Ur. and Mrs. Amos at Cardston. This is their first Visit to tho west and in an interview with the Herald representative at Raymond Mr. Amos expressed himself as ,WQ ptoased with Southern Alberta.. He however found fault with tlie rough way in which farming was done in many localities which had visited and was surprised that, the methods of agriculture used by many produced such abundant crops. The land In the vicinity of Raymond was inary value. This wag found lo be 10 case also at Magrath and Card ton, and as a result of suggestion fferotl at different times through i.he and by individual business men ml citizens the company decided to nvestigate. The service proposed t present is to be paid for on ommission basis and will be done hrough an uptown office. Rumor has that the location will he in the ical drug store with Win. Blair as onager, or in the ofllce of the Her- ,d with W. McD. Tait in charge, his detail how-aver is not finally tie- ded nor is it an established lat such an olllce is to he established The opportunity is open however and it. will be a very regrettable thing some of Raymond's business men dc not take it up. Grover Beasley, teacher at Magrath a visitor to'Raymond Thankf- giving day, a guest at tho manse, air. and Mrs. McD. Tait ware visitors at Stirling on. Tuesday night, guests of Mr. and S. M. Connolly, manager of the Hank of Montreal at Raymond, spent Thanksgiving day in Winnipeg. At tho first 'ward meeting house on Sunday.- afternoon tho speakers were President Bramwell, of the Knight Academy and ,Tas. R, a re- turned missionary from the northern last Toombs took for his subject a Thanksgiving theme and in the course of his re- marks dwelt on tho many reasons for thanksgiving which the people of Canada had. He referred to the occa- sional adversity, but 'was sure that tne successes of'the country and district far offset any disadvantages the peo- ple may havo worked under. A mix- ed quartette was rendered by Mrs. Toombs, Air. and Mrs. Amos and W. McD. Tait. Raymond has now abundant pro vision for the supply of the food cravings of Its citizens. The time is not long since it was impossible to get a square meal in town after the hotel had closed. Now in addition to the excellent service given by Pro- prietor Card 111 the local hostelry, three good restaurants are open from early .morning till late at night. The of the crowding Andrew Carnegie.says: "The wage- earner of today invests his moiiey in veal estate." Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 acres, west of railway; 170 acres'grow- ing barlej. Remainder has water and good pasture. Price an acre. Terms ,dowii, fall of 1913, balance to suit pur- chaser. W. McD. TAIT ESMOND ALBEKTA he said that he had seen, and he was] states. not surprised that Raymond should! w. McD. Tail, the Herald's southern the dining rooms at the closing hours every day. The Congress is over and things are running normally again. During the rush of the exhibition a few com- plaints came in to the Herald otlice regarding irregularity in -receiving papers. H must be remembered that mail trains were not running on schedule time and when they did run wero hampered for help. Heralds for the south country left the Lethbriilgu oHice every tlay with their usual re- gularity, hut somewhere between the publisher and the subscriber there was delay in delivery, With the causa removed a recurrence is not to be expected and Raymond will tin have its usual efficient, news service. George- Wray of Millbank, Ont., a brother of Ur. J. 3. Wray, is visiting u Raymond. in Saskatche- wan brought Mr. Wray to the west, and -while hero lie crime on lo see his brother. This is Mr. Wray'a sec- ond visit to Raymond and district, and he sees many improvements in tho town and UB surroundings, is a horseman of some prominence, and has tills year judged both heavy and light classes at many of larger fairs in western Ontario. Ills business now is buying and selling horses and ho reports a good opening in tho west for eastern horsea of tho heavy type. Mr. Wray makes annual shipments of se'veral carg of'. broken horses for use- on western, farms Mrs. (-Mayor) Evans Was tho host at u delightful dinner partv guen on Thanksgiving night to the-officers--of the second "ward Mutual Improvement association of the Mormon, church at her, home on Broadway Those pres ent were: Mrs. .1. H Walker and Misses Salmon, M King, Uifcen bach, Hodeback, E. Cammdcki E. Clarke, D. Erickson, M. aild H. Love. Tho proverbial .turkey gave his life to the hospitality extended, and Miss Erickson entertained tho company with piano selections. Mrs. Evans is president of tho ward il. I. MAY GO TO HIGH COURT, 'Toronto, Oct. Mr. -James Leitcli, K.C.; chairman of the Ontario Hallway and Municipal Board; appointed to one of the high court judgeships of. Ontario-recently .creat- 'ed, and that Frank K. Hodgins; ICC., who is acting on .the sion nrvpsligatmg affairs of the Farmers Bank, to another, were; stiite- ments'nmde in n despatch troiri Otta- wa 'yesterday CONGRESS CANDIDATE DEAD Poughkecpsie, N.T.. Oct. hard E. Connell, representative in Congress for the 2lst district, and candidate for ix'-election, was found dead in -bud at his home loday. The Middleman. "The middleman is the ione who makes all the confusion in this quest- ion of supply and said the off-hand economist. replied the man with tlic double chin, "But what are. you going to do about it? You can't possibly ignore the waiter and do biwinesB di- rectly with the cook." -T-Washington Star. .MAP ILLUSTRATING- PROGRESS OF WAR Visitors DRY-FARMING CONGRESS should visit the RAYMOND DISTRICT Where they will find earns of thf beet milled to be had In We cfii supply farms In from five acres to. tracts containing ten thousand icres. Before you leave the district, Mr. Investor; 'call' Xo. 5., Ravmond. SECURITY -INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED GEO. H. BUDD, MANAGER Raymond; Phone 5. Room 12. Hull Block, LetChrldgc; Phone 768 This will give an idea of MHJ military operations In the Balkans. The Servians have captured suveral Important towns, bul Turks say they were defeated at Kumnnovn. The Bulgarians have made headway along the Black Sea coast and are also reported to havo captured Kirk KilliEseli. If this bo true. Adrianople. which is Btirruundod, must, also fall. The Creeks have captured the town of Scrvln and the Island of Lemnos, which are marked on the map. ;