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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Siiliii'ilay, September 7, HH2 LKTIFBianOE DAILY HERALD 15 KB K B K K J B KB KB KB. KB K B J K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KinglBros. Ltd. "HOUt IE OF QUALITY1 It is vc >ry difficult to carry n harvesting Successful ilioul the necessary tools. Call al King Bros., and) can mske your harvest easy. MONTANA .Y FORKS i BUNDLE FORKS, with extra ffa quality hbl idle i ECLIPSE GW'VIN SCOOPS, Stiff handle Jjjl.35 SCOOP NO. 9 We have a 150 bushel Anderson Grain Tank which wo sell at a very low price. Kinig Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OR QUALITY" Raymond.Phone .7 KB Ki'B'KB KB KU KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District Raymond Agricultural Exhibition in (ash PJIAS Ti 12 IS and L4th Kudu and Satin da v Write F. T; Holt, for prize Hit and Information. RAYMOND TOWN COUNCIL MEETS Board of Trade Wants in Getting Up Congress Exhibit B.. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz C asoline Lights and Supplies Come.in test the new light. We can install a complete system in your home or An'excellent light for churches. Our Study-1 Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. WORTH LOOKING INTO is our prices oei high grade building lumber. When you see the quality anil g3t our estimate for jour lumber supply you will find tbat it defies competition. Our lumber is thoroughly sea- soned and la cut from the choic- est the forests yield and we can supply you with everything for both outside and interior work from cellar to root at prices hard to Dent EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA ALBERTA SUiJ.fS I'jHAMP.ON FARMER After Eight Ydjira Farming at Cham- pion He Would Not Co Back to Washington Farm (CaljorryfiNewB. Telegram) George New iaan, Champion, Al- berta; who is'in the city to take in ihc ['is 'one of nrmy of successful AD ranchers in this province. An ft he' hias good reason to Coming 5fcerp eight years- ago Jtotn the strife .ofi: Mr.. Newman iancDi d "With; a capital of 3ono world lie took uj a, quartet section of land and aftl in art! became possess- ed of another quarter section under the 'homesteai I act, an-d is now on "easy By way of: comparison In the mattoiij cf western lami prices, mm iiiiiun a w-iun a un-iimai ui one saivbiic'k ien" dollars', "and the I to choose." taking average grain production in both countries, ho had this to say: "I farmed in both Washington and Oregon, so. I'think I ought to bo fair- ly familiar with both sides oE the question, amd, incidentally, both sides of ,th-a line." "And the difference is just about this much, Fcr la ad -which Tvill av- erage 35 bushels of -wheat in this country I would pay today an acre. Tn fho celebrated, Palouee sec- tion in the State of Wisshtington, which is the best known grain section in that states for the same kind of land I'd have to pay from to an acre, and in some of that part of the country it ,Woultl bo hard to" get land oven at the outslite-figure 1 men- tioned. -Wherefore, you will always, find me an enthusiast in the matte'f of wheat raising when it. comes speaking of Alberta. brjlth sides, and I kno'wi" Jlaymoud, Sept. regular 'jBouthly me-atlng at lUiyinbnd. council was held on Thursday njght the .'council chamber with, the or in tlie-cbair and the t'cliowing conn- .cillorS' present: Rolf son, 'Powell tson, O'BrijfeiL, Hav-Knifa and Allen Sollditor Lewis. Secretary, "Wrjde and Supervisor Harris and .1. .Gihh, waterworks constructor, "also present. to no men.ber Luc cuuu cil'Jbeing: able to go1 the .town will not be, represented at the.Municipal.Con- vention a.t luuisfail next regarding pUufa and ptc pared.bj u the proposed-.-walks and an account of for. sender's rendered waa pieseiifed It was de- cided- on motion- of Councillors und'Rblfson tBat tlie ovrjr, till blue prints, com- plpted." A. D. i oollev was rrosent to ask permission ,t.o ..extend the along First street eist to thy west Third, atenue east cd that six residents on that line were willing to pay for the installation. The request was that one tap 'be used; for the six parties and that it be placed on the street. It was moved by Councillors: Allen and O'Brien "that the. request of the petitioners' b-a granted provided no tap he placed on the street, the council beiug opjwsed to tb-a principle. The report of the supervisor ot public works was received by the mayor and showed-several new instal-, latlons in the 'walor system. Supervisor Harris ask-ed about re-l SIGNAL CARDS 11 DR. I. S. WRAY '09) Otflco. West' Opera Houst :Slk: Street Phone 48.. Opin Day a-M Night Office 1 ast KIELLOR t St. West and St. i South Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS lENTIST Oat.of ..ton a patients must make ap- pbintmo i .ts by mail or 'phono. Office Hour i: Mornings 9---12. Afternoons PHONE 69 Alberta FOR SAL 12.V1S, with n-oodon f Mimo und board floor, for Halo chcn [i. Also good spring mat- Iress. A to .McD. Tall, Ilny- All tai'tA. BUSINESS CARDS matter of the councils assistance' in the exhibit which the town will 'place. at the Dry Farming Congress. Presi- dent Snow of the Board of to have been present and present the' 'matter, hut was prevented. Secretary Tttlt briefly outlined what the bbariii wished to do and a committee, com- posed of Councillors and Fqxvelson and Supervisor was named by ,tli6 mayor to meet .with -the council of tho board of ti and come to an understanding of 'what is to be dons and jepmt di next meeting of tbe council Council then adjoin nei to meet dtam on 1 night 10 at 8 o'clock. ;i Ready ForlFafr. At the meepng ;of tbe Raymond. Agi Cultural Society half) j conn cil chimber on WeduebAiv night the following appointed, -is helpers in the different Horses, Mark H Brmihall, m Hedd feheep and F gartl den diin and domestic products, MirsH W. G. Mbeks and Mrs.- HI. H. Brimball ladies' work-' Snow Mrs NaWur Erlck son, Mrs. Scovil, Mrs. Ji. B. Card and Mrs house plat its Mrs Coop er and David Sr. Missouri Said "Show Me." We Did Writing to Lee- Lnmbcrt. who -is now visiting; .at. .'Kaytmorid, Bernard ot the Spilnfs Vallpj Farm Sevmoui Missouri homo interest WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb- ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heading, Wo do all the big jobs south of bridfle. Write us for estimates. Raymond Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Afternoon Service, 2 p.ci. EX-ening Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, Biahop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Herbert W. Pastor, Raymond, Alta, Services J Raymond 11 a.m. Stirling 3 p. in; Now Dayton, 7.30 p.m. J Everybody invited. v j7 moving the electric light poles to the! side (he street. He stated thatt personally he was In favor of two streets instead of one an-d leave tbe poles where they ars. The nmyjor suggested that the' wide street w.ould he better, and on .motion it to move the "poles 'to the opposite that on .which poles are set, and iti-s f.iip- was Instructed to proceed] as scon as convenient. Councillor Powcllson asked about a 6ylaw regarding exits from theatres, and the regulation of Keratins and aisles, and Solicitor Lewis advised: thai a, bylaw be drawn up, and one will be prepared at once. Notice was 'given by tfant a bylaw be iutro- uced regulating licenses and repeal- ling the old license 'bylaw. Councillor Allen asked the solicitor Ihe 'best means of collecting th-e town taxes for 1911. Mr. Lewis advised distraint following notice, and that, arrears be added to this year's taxes.i He was opposed to suit being imidff on account, ot! the expense connected1 with such proceedings. The secretary was instructed 10 proceed at once wit'ft the prepivnHion. of tax notices. Supervi sor Harris informed fcl Kt council that the Agricultural Society were thisiycar depenaing on tho coi in- ch tn bulltl a tence 'from the east s of the grand stand out to tlie strilile and do some work on the 'track. Tly'erc will also seme cleaning up au'ji re- v.-ork o" t-he stalls and The society :bas no means of g-fitting revenue except at fair time, aJid intiyor ihouRht that Ihe council should do iho work, 'it, was also suggesied that tho wafer should put in for fair time. T pipe could bo laid ju a plow furrow anil put in at Ih.tle It by Counrillo-r nec- essary work ha Councillor Powell on Jntrod need the ing things io say ,ab out Alberta, and particularly the port Jon in which lie visited south of L-etfhbridge. He "pre- dicts a great future for the country as ?a farming anclf 'stock raising ]lis- Irict 'and Mr. Lambert that he is selling our, registered stock of .standard bred 'horses, Jersey cattle, CdtswoM she-ap, 1 Jersey hogs and silver laced UVyandotte chickens, and moving to Southern Alberta this fall and' will in all probability 'bring. in some stands ni bred and Jersey stock. Beet Palace At the count-fi: meeting on Tbiq-sday nigbt Supervisw r Harris expressed it as Iii3 opinion, thai the construction of a beet paint :e for Congress at Lethbridgc is cot feasible. Tty> struc- ture would ruquirc to be outMide the buildings and teven a slight frost fol- lowed by a wtirm day would wilt an-d blacken the heets. If a position in- side one of the buildings ii; selected the tlamger Vrora frost "will 'be minim- ized. It is i no'w that tbe con- st ruction of any separate building will :be abaflidoned and a exhibit; made beefsi will, how-, -.ever, flariiely in' the -cnnstructioii ,pf is Mr. will in alii probnli'lity 'have charge of jt.he gatlm'ingtandiplacing the Want Ii. is said abe Af-jriciHturnltjo- ciety are ;.'in efitort to secure the services of Raymond band of charge for the fair to 'be held here next week.iThe has brought forth sonu1. unfavorable trommel it on the part oC1 nieiutiers of "the baud. It ia alleged by them that, of ti.u prnmired -by the ycnr only has 'bee'ii paid and 'the opiJ.iion of "many of tbem is that, this o.'.tl debt Kbould have cleared -befiire any gratis work wais aak'id. Mrs. (Rev.) Tocjmbs Ente? tains Mrs. iltev.) II. W. Toombs enter- tiiiiiud a few ot (he people of the town oa of this week at-Hm manse. Those en t were: Miss MisSi, Young, Miss .Innkins, David, Miiss Wat- Sim JJina EthcJyne Young. Miss Curtin, AHsa ToombK and Messi'H Hood, Hutchart, Roach, Tail and Dr. Wrayi. Council of Board of Trade A soecial comnif :we of the town onuncil composed of the .mayor, Coun- cillors Hawkins amd Powolscn ;iud Supervisor Harris will rncet. "with Pre- sldcni Snow bpcrehm 1 ut It aillles. R T. Holt, L. U. King, Dr. R A. Keillor Uifd; MilTk: V. Croxnll repre- senting th-3 Bnal'd of an effort to what he done about iL exlilbit and ilso to settle on the exj ense connected with ruch oshibit A sUtjenent p-E the piab.ihle budget reciuircd for this 'will also ho "made5 by the secretary trade anil tlie amount of. trout asked from the coi ncil will be Decided t Knight Academy Notes Ihei Knight opens for tegular class on Sept 1Q when'' UiefipHuwing stiff be m charge EmesUBiamuell 1 ugllsh Ovics jPsjcholcgj Vaid I lannpi Science Mathematics Mudell Literature Hifiton J S Paul Manual Arts George O Nje Geographj Merlin Sheets Domestic Art Science Maralda 'Allen, to the Waterton Lnl es for outing the Cardston tt''1'- haie decided to attend the Academy here on Mrndaj Sept ifi A special rail 17 being seemed aud a full complement be piesent MIBB Maralda Allen who resigucJ slaff of the public school at Urn close of laiL term has been add ed to1 the fUtttltV of the Knight Acad eraj as mfetrurfor in President BramvieH of the Knight Adaderii) states t4iit heretofore the the Stiteg tbod of aaluti6a 1n mathemaUcs and for th it reason, -aome hue Joijnd in squaring thenifieK es with the requiieraentsj of the depait mental From now on tlifi ALrtdwny conEorm technical Ij of solution in Al Ucrta. and the faculty has >beeri re- cnranized to meet this important con- dition. Hurry'Holmes showed the Herald a fine ofiSIarqingpvbeat which he 300' bushels now ready for threshing. Mr. 'Holmes IB to show-some-of. the grain-at-the Dry Farniing Ccrigi-ess. Notice: .of a sitting of the district cpurt at Raymond on Tues- day, Sept. 10 at '10 o'clock In the morning. 50 P. C. Cut South of Raymond- Mark was in terday and -reports that about half the cutting is dotvs in his district, nine miles Eouth of Raymond. All fall grain is cut and a good'start has been made on spring stuff, wheat, barluy and oa-ts all being ready. While no threshing has been done, yet much of 'the grain is ready and will put through next week. The recent rain has proved little impediment to cut- ting, ilachines were at work again Thursday afternoon and cutting gen- eral on Friday. Genera! News IVev. H. W, Toonihs will preach to- on. "The Strenuous Gospel." will be held at New Dayton 'in the morning and Raymond will ro- turn to its regular evening service at 7 o'clock. A choir is being organized and special music will be rendered. Tho fire bell was rung pn W-adnes- day night about R.30 o'clock, but prov- ed ro be tlie work of small "boys rather than 'a call to the brigade. Miss Daisy Erickson has severed her connection with the Raymond Leader :imi her position has been fill- e-d by Miss Hazel Skcuson. A dance was given in the opera house on Monday night and music, was supplied by the Smith orchestra. Miss Ruby Stevens left on Wednes- day of last week for Salt Lake City, where she will visit for several weeks. O. Nye treated mu- sical Raymond to a recital in tho first ward, meeting houso on Tuesday last. Air. Xye is1 to bo congratulated on the1 proficiency of his students. He will have change ot the musical depait- munt. John iHolt of Tabor, son of I1. Holt of Uaymond, had the misfortune to [all from his horse and break his collar -beiiie. Frieml.s advised that, it was ncl; broken. It was a week be- fore .meilica.1 attention was given and the broken bone sei, Mr. Holt is now limbing "satisfactory recovery. WE HAVE JUST.LIISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CAKDSTOK DISTRICT rBrien-Nalder Co. Ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 ner cent- Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Per Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 per cent. Other bargains too numerous to mention. Tlorses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, ASla. Andrew Carnegie .says: "The AVISO wiige- earuer of today invests his molicy in, real estate." i{ Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 acres, west of railway; 170 ac.rosigi'ow- ing barley- Remainder lias good pasture. Price an aure. Terms 65 fall of 1913, balance to ink pur-; chaser. W. McD. TAIT KAYMOjSD ALB33KTA Stirling Realty Co. M. L. MILLER, MANAGER Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town- Sonic of the best business nnd residential lots for saJe in Stirling. Also olghty acres irrigated Inurl; sevonty-fivo acres In wiieat nnd live acres in alfalfa; Ihrce miles from elevator. per cash, balance easy. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY DAYTON j RANCH AND FARM LAX JUS A T SA'CBIFIJDE P.IUOES Mixed fiirnilng la tlie only sure and will adopt it. Lei. us talk I'his mailer over, we can fiiilfyoti. If iljore la anything in rho Real '.Kutnte wanl.vvc can sui (ply i; ai the right price. We have to loan on impure 1 farms. INVESTMPIVT COMPANY, Raymond; Phonic 5. A GEO. MANAGER Room Phone 768 A SNAP FOR SOMEBODY T ..Uibrlilge-Weyburn Hue, 13n acres ready to-BOW into wheat, ail mcprt small lionsi: on land. I will sell this for'HI days for J36.00 acre, lier aero cash, balance crop nayinenlsl no crop, no i.-, im-nct r. 'i-i'lll.. nav) interest fi per ci'iu.. Write for more particulars. It will pay you. The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. ;