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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1012 THE MJTTIPBTDfiE DAILY 1KB jSjjj KB KB Kit KB KB KB K B KB 7 King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" A Reminder The .Fall is now bore, so we take tins opportunity of quoting you pricey on some of the which uonrly every householder will be requiring at this time of the year. COTTON BATTING, In one-half pound Unite, 2 for SATEEN CRETONNES for comforters from per yurd.............................. FLANNELETTE BLANKETS 111 or a-t-jx grey, 110 In. wide, per pair............ IpJ I tJ> FLANELETTES, plain and striped. In new- est styles and coloring, from, per yard 3AXONV YARN, in all shades, 2 skeins for CANADIAN YARN, -1-ply, in all shades. Prlco per 4 oz. skein .jr., King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Kli KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District WON7'I" FORGET---------- Raymond Agricultural Exhibition in'casli prizes, Thursday, Friday and Snturday, September 12, 1.3, and Mtb. Write F, T. Holt, Secy, for prize lilt and information. K, A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Como in and test the new light. Wo can instill! a complete system in your horae or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. WORTH LOOKING INTO is our prices on high grade building lumber. When yon see the quality and get our estimate for your lumber supply you will find that It defies competition. Our lumber is thoroughly sea- soned and is cut from the choic- est tho forests yield and we can supply yon with everything for both outside and interior work front cellar to roof at prices hard to beat. EQUITY CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA MILLINERY Latest Paris and New York Styles FALL OPENING By Mrs. J. A. Hill, of MAQRATH (Jenson Bros. Store) ..........September 3rd and 4th CARDSTON September 8th and 6th RAYMOND ...........................September 9th and 10th RAYMOND HORSES TAKE PART 1NTHE STAMPEDE Ray Knight Owns Some of the of News From the Sugar Town Raymond, Sept. horses are bound to show up at any assembly within the province requiring speed and lasting dualities. This week at the Stampede no less than live horses from the Sugar Town took part iu the roping and fancy riding events. All belonged to Raymond Knight, who himself had an important part in the program. an old cow horse, sold .by Mr. Knight a few years ago and brought from Winnipeg for the Stampede, was the Jiorse Mr. Knight rode In the roping contest ou Monday. His rider was fortunate in malting a good throw, but tho wild Mexican steer got'up and .Mr. Knight' had difficulty lni getting him down Two horses new to even Ra.vmondltes were taken up by Mr. Knight and wil )c ridden by him in the roping evcnti :oday and tomorrow. "Pinto" has )een conspicuous all through the Stampede. A lady giving exhibitions of fancy roping has been riding him and he has had her for rider among "Blue .he leaders in the parade. the championship saddle horse owned by Mr. Knight, is also taking a prominent part and has admired. Mr. Knight is Tidln'g ]llm occasionally in Ilia office as judge and has had some very tempting offers or him. "Phito" also took part in he show given in the horse show building on Monday night and was ne of the live horses roped at one Henry Crammer of-Kim 01 fv 3klahoma. riaymoml citizens wsre ell represented at the Stampede. 2000 Benefit For Family of J. Lemar Something of the large heartedness 1 "10 western cowjiuiiche-rs and orsemen was exemplified in the mag- anlmous .benefit givan by the man- agement and performers at the Stam- pede at Calgary last Saturday night. It will be remembered that it was in the performance of duties in prepara- tion for Stampede week (hat Joseph Lemar of Raymond lost his life K occurred to A. P. Day> iu the vicinity join in a large distric exhibit." Mlsj Curtln Remains on Teaching Staff Tils difficulty between Miss Cllrti of tile primary department of the pub lie school and the school board ha been finally adjusted and Miss Cur tin's resignation withdrawn. Mies A! Ion, who was to have replaced Curtln, has accepted a position 01 the academy staff. A Runaway Raymond Knight; Jr. had a livelj runaway this week when a slngl, horse he was driving became unman agcnble on Broadway and jumping tuwd Night Wl! a" tne -lob! south of bridge. Write us for estimates. PR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South liaviiiond Alberta Raymond Alberta in March of horses, that a lormers were in readiness en t public anxious to gain admission t the grounds, a benefit might be given lor the wife and family of the de- ceased I cowpunclrer. Consulting with y, who engaged -jewing J. M. Mullins and Otto Kline, Weadick the np enthusiasti- e gates open .for a fifty- H. C. JlsJIuIIin and Gu proposal was taken cally UM th y- cent admission ou Saturday night four thousand people turned out and 5-000 was raised for the desired nur- tlsine id ,ln, both of whom were eye witnesses to the accident, it was learned that Mr. Lemar was riding at the time of the accident, but not on a very bad JSrse. The horse went down on his knees and it is believed that Sir. Lemar thought he would turn over, lie was uj] in the saddle and the jolt of the horse falling put him on its neck in front of the horn. The horse got up quickly, throwing him on the horn and breaking his back. At the Stampede Among the visitors from Raymond cn 1vas nt lhc Stampede the following have under the Herald's notice: W i ih r- u'l> come uncier tne Herald's notice- W informed the Herald on Tuesday thai i it. Rouse, Doloss Lund, Chas. Kiusey, Andrew Carnegie says: "The wise wage- earner of today invcsls lik money in ma! estate." Good .Farm., at Wilson Siding 440 acres, west of railway; 170 acres grow- ing barky. Remainder lias water and good pasture. Price an acre. Terms 85 down; fall of 1913, balance to suit pur- chaser. W. McD. TAIT 1UYMOND ALBERTA E. U Richardson, treasurer of the Stampede, has the money in his pos- session and that it will be forwarded short It ia proposed to hold a RAYMOND'S CHURCHES DR. J. ELMER AMOS! DENTIST Out at town patients must malce ap- pointments by mall or 'phone. Office Hours: Mornings Afternoons 1- Raymond PHONE 69 Alberta FOR tout, 12x18, with vooden frame and hoard floor, for f.nle cheap. Also spring mat- Apply :o .McD. Tail, Ray. luoud. Albcru. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 ;i.m. Afternoon Service, 2 p.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bishop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. llcrhert Toombs, Pastor, Raymond, Alta. Services Mr Raymond 1L a.m. Stirling 3 p. in. Xew Ilayton. 7.30 Evirvbody invited. dance during the week, the proceeds lo be devoted to the same purpose. Urging An Exhibit The commissioner of the Associated Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta s endeavoring ascertain and reii- ler all possible aid to affiliated boards n the matter of having an exhibit at' he Dry Farming Congress. To this end form lias bean sent out to sec rctaries to be filled in and sent lo the ollice. The followin F. T. Holt, n. llilner, Win. Selmaii Wni. Clemis, .Mrs. W. R. Rouse, .Mrs D. 11. Kinsey, Mrs. J. E. Ellison. .1. XV. Miss Lcngstroth, Mr. and Mrs. 7.. X. Skoiison, Roy Skouson. McD. Tait. Miss A. .Miller. Harvest Help Will Be Short Writing lo ihc secretary of lhe Hoard of Trade at Raymond with re- ferenec to harvest help. H. .1. Daley, publicity commissioner' at Winnipeg, says: "I have sent all that could ue in- duced 10 take iii'ltets to your rail- way station ami have provided them cerm fnini cx" 1 wilh directions advising them cerpt Irom ,1 letter accompanying to enquire for you on arrival, and hope thai a gooil number have follow. Too much cannot be said about the necessity of having the agricultural r.vei} season Hundreds llock to 01 every affiliated board most cities that arj well known, ii is nuke ed our instructions. "Every season hundreds Hock to Berlin, Sept. Agricultural j Chamber of Rhine Province has just' published some statistics which effort a striking corroboration of a state- tneiit to the effect that potatoes are the chief diet of the poorer classes in large sections of Germany. The Agricultural Chamber, is a body legally constituted to gather information for the government on ag- ricultural matters, has been studying how the peasantry lives. It publishes the family budgets of thirty peasant families, with annual incomes rang- ing between and fsao. About two-thirds, of them had the higher fig- ure and owned small farms of from ten to forty-seven acres. It was found that the average daily consumption of potatoes of the thirty families was nearly pounds for each person; whereas the consump- tion of meat was less than throe ounc- es: of butter l.iy ounce, and more than one pint, of milk, o' which nearly half was skim milk or butter- milk. The most Important article of diet, after potatoes, was bread, of which person consumed nearly ounces daily, besides four ounces of flour. The only other article of food mentioned in the report was of which every person ate one about ev- Stirling Realty Co. M. L. MILLER, MANAGER Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town Some of the best business and residential lols for sale in Stirling. Also eighty acres irrigated land: seventy-Are seres in wheat and five acres in alfalfa; Ihree 'miles from elevator. {uo.OO per cash, balance easy. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY adequately displayed by way of an -ip. propriato exhibit at this Congress. Never in your time may such an op- portunity come again and if a board oi trade does tint possible that plus of men "Write or wire fi here may be a s Medicine Hat, Le secretary men of i i.uu ijvai u i i ill Cill II UI to have an individual exhibit, it should places: they mav direct some men to be arranged that two or more-beards! von." It must be mentioned for the proper ippreciation of thoso -figtiTRs that Rhino Province is 011-0 of the richest agricultural provinces in Germany, and that ihe persons covered by them are far from being nuiong the poorest j people in (Icrmauy. For exampte, a la- bor paper has just been publishing ihej family bud gels of Silesian miners, j vnicii show that they cat. almost noj meat at all, and ihe small qimnrfty consimied is chiefly hors-3- flesh. WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CAKDSTO.V IHST1UCT IJAXOIT AM) FAKM LANDS AT SACRIFICE Mixed farming is tho only >viii adopt it. I as talk -hij r.i.lllor O'er, wo can ls Knytlilng In :hc Kstata lino yon want oar, .imply I; at ihe iirlro have to loan ou farms. SECURITY IXVEHTMFNT COMl'AXY, LIMITED Raymond; Phone 5. GEO. H. BUDD, MANAGER Room 12. Hull Block, Lethbridge; Phone 758 A SNAP FOR SOMEBODY SOO acres, all improvfd, some small buildings, fenced and into croii soes willi land, arid i will sell this for 542.50 per acre terms cash, lialancc crop payments. This excellent piece of land la only S nlilr? from the city of Lethhrtrige. ItlO acres, 'J 1-2 miles froni elevator and the junction of the LethbridgeAVcybuni HlK. acres ready to sou- ints -'heui nil fenced. Einiill 1 wiii soil this for 10 days for ?26.00 per acre, SS.lin ner acrp cash. Iralnnce crop payments! no crop no hiton-si Iier cent.. for more particniars. It will pay yon, c The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. ;