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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETTIBRTDriE HER A L 'KB KB KB KB K.B KB KB KB K BI- KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. OF QUALITY" THIS BEING FAIR WEEK Mtisi people are mil for pleasure, i" the fair we should like you lo see our iioolh. We are displaying some of the new- esi stvles in furs. Also ihe latest in With ihese o'ooils we know our i iisloniers-eau lie interesled. as they are ihe laiest. While our visitors are in town should be pleased for tlient to visit pur store when we could show them ottr stock of newest yoods. King Ltd, "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 K 15 KB KB K B KB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District PONT' FORGET- Raymond Agricultural Exhibition jn cash prize's, Thiirsdny, Friday and Saturday, Seplemher 12. 13, and 14th.. Write F. T. Holt, for prizt lilt and Information. ..K.A.AMOS, Agent, for. Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Uomc in a nil test the new light. can install a complete system in your home or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. WORTH LOOKING INTO is our prices, on high grade building lumber. When you 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 the forests yield and we can supply you with everything, for hoth outside and interior work from cellar to roof at prices hard to beat. EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA Diamond Ring Absolutely Free Tlio Board of Trade offers ;t Diamond Kino- to the vouiio- Indv roilenino- tlu: most niuiu'v lor the I'liMirii v Fund on Fair Davd. tSee R. A. dillies nliouf if. RAYMOND WILL HAVE A UNIQUE EXHIBIT HERE Dry Farming Congress Display Will be paring for the Budget Raymond, Sept. 10. The special committee of the town council cou sisiiug; of Councillors Hawkins and rowelson iitul Supervisor Harris met on .Monday night in the council cham- ber with a committee of the Board of Trade consisting of President O. H. Snow niid Secretary Mcp. Tait George T. Wride, secretary-treasurer of the town, was present and acted as chairman while the secretary of ihe board took liie minutes of ihe meet- The chairman am! Councillor Powelson explained what had been done at the council meeting of last Thursday, and the reason for the calling of night. It the meeting on Monday as stated that, the matter souvenirs in connection with ihe ex- hibit, and a suggestion came from the secretary of the Board of Trade that small sacks of sugar with a suit- able advertisement printed on the sack might be given out from the dis- play space at the Congress., This suggestion was looked upon favorably by the committee, and an appropria- tion of set down to cover this cost and the printing of litera- ture 'which might be circulated at Congress time. Another was set down for running expenses of the Board of Trade-for the current year. The committee also recommended that Supervisor Harris should be set apart by the town council to superin- tend the collecting and placing of the exhibit at the Congress, and Presi- dent Snow, of the Board of Trade, was appointed to bring the matter before the'counci! at its meeting tonight. The committee went to work with determination that if R was at all possfble to make rhe exhibit worth while-that the matter of a few hun- dred dollars should not stand in the way, and it is believed that, in the estimate a vision has-, been made for: all be needed in placing Raymond in the forefront in all.the{ exhibits at the Congress. Premium The" young ladies of Raymond are to be asked to engage in a campaign j for toward the Board advised that the idea of a beet palace Of Trade. Two'lag' days have been arranged on which solicitatio: of an appropriation for publicity pur- poses and particularly for a display at the Dry Farming Congress 'was asked at the last meeting- of the council, but au objection was made to making the.appropriation until the Board of Trade had outlined a. policy and made an estimate of what the expenditure for the year would be. The committee named-was therefore appointed to confer-with the Board of Trade and make an estimate as nearly as possible as to what [he requirements ,of the board would be. Supervisor Harris was asked to: state what he believ-ed it would cost in put a display exhibit.at Lethbrldge. In answer to this query, Mr. Harris hould be given up owing to the dan- PROFESSIONAL CARDS BUSINESS CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '05) Office, West of Raymond Opera House 1st Street Phone 46. Open Night DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb- ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Htating, do all the big jobs south of bridge. Write for Raymond Alberta Raymond AlfocHa RAYMOND'S CHURCHES DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients in net make ap- pointments by mail or 'phone. Office Hours: Mornings Afternoons PHONE 69 Raymond Alberta FOR tent, with wooden frame and board floor, for ualo cheap.' MHO' good spring mat- tress. Apply to W. McO. Tiilt, Ray- mond. Albwtft. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School. 10 a.m. Afternoon Service, 2 p.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, BUhop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Herbert W. Toombu, Pastor, Raymond, Altn. Services New Dayton, 11 o'clock Stirling 3 o'clock Raymond 7 o'clock Everybody IrwlUd. ger of frost at that time of the year ;nd the consequent destruction'of-all the work which the display might en- aii. ,Mr. Harris also, stated that if ,he matter of a beet palace was car- ried out as had .been planned, it. would cost.something in the neighbor- hood of ?1600 and would mean very much more 'work than most people would imagine. Will Have Revolving Exhibit Mr. Harris advised that three sec- ions of exhibition space should be se- and [hat Raymond should have the centre a revolving exhibit. This will give a wall area of ovar 1000 square feet, and as It is the wari space which, will count largely in Hie dis-! be made to stimulate interest on the part of the young ladies. A 125.00 diamoml ring is _m -be, given by the board to the young lady -getting in the largest amount in subscriptions on Friday and Saturday. September 13 and 14. The two dollars or over will constitute 'a 'membership, but any sum will be received as a donation toward the publicity work of the beard. To all those contributing, a tag will be given HO that no person will be approached more than once for contributions. The tag day sug- gestion wag made by (he secretary of the 'board at meeting in the' Alta Theatre, the suggestion has been worked er working with the Board of Trade labor ami for incidental expenses, supposed that, the .council will allow Supervisor Harris all the Mine he needs to gather and place the dis- play and will also him reason- able use of the town team and his assistant, Ray Powell. The super- visor had hoped t0 be able to present to the meeting a plan of the exhibit which Architect F. R. Rolfaon is mak- ing, hut at the time rhe committee dispersed rhe plan had not arrived. Mr. Harris explained the construction to the committee. The propelling force will he a small motor anri the circular stand 'will be constructed on a.' large wheel which will run on a truck. The idea will be a novel one, am! in all probability will he unique in all the displavg at fhn ttnneresa. Mr. Harris In going through the jour- nals of agricultural displays hail not seen anything of the nature in them, and believed that in a display of this sort. Raymond would be in a class apart. Attention wap also drawn to he fact that moving fixture will attract, more atlmtiou than a sta- tionary one. for Congress Advertiiing The matter of the nature of the display decided, the committee then (IlHcusHed whnt advertising would he necessary in the wny of pamphlets on Dry first, last and always." Raymond Fair, Sept. 12, 13 and 14 Raymond exhibition this year pro- mises to be one of the best, which the Agricultural Society here have ever held. Some important improve- ments have been made in connection with the grand stand. Corrallg have all entries should be in in good time so that a rush will not. result at. the liist nihuitft. .Mr. Holt reports thai several entries have come in by mail indicating that there will be a consid erahlc number of enirtas from out side. Some special til fractions have been arranged for. and Ray- mond are to play baseball on one ol the days, and an effort is being ina-de also to have a baseball game with For the evenings of Fri day and Saturday the amusement committee are to provide entertain- ment, in the opera house. H is decided that a dance will he given on Saturday night, and that in all probability an entertainment ol some nature will be {provided for on Friday. Failing in the securing of n company to provide au entertninnvent a dance will be given also on Friday night.. R ay-mo ndites Go to Guelph Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Anderson Jr. are leaving next week for C-uelph, Out., where Mr. Anderson will finish his third year in the Ontario School of Agriculture. year Mr. Anderson received his associate diploma, but will not be satisfied nil he has com pleted four years and received the degree of Bachelor of the science of agriculture. Myron Holmes, son of Henry Holmes, has finished his first year, and goes to Guelph at. the same time as Mr. Anderson to take his sec- ond year's work. Stole Suit of Clothes Antonie Goursay. a farm hand ,at the Kircnuldy ranch, was in town this morning, looking for a man with a blue suit. Antonie Informed the authorities here, and in as many places as he could get phone connec- tion, that a' fellow workman at the ranch had.donned his best suit and started to "walk to Raymond. As soon MS the owner of'the clothes discovered this he started on a horse in pursuit, and found that the man guilty of the crime had gone some fifteen miles from town: In answer to a request from several interested parties in Raymond, Wm. Blair, of the local drug store, h opened up a communication with a veterinary surgeon in Chesterville, Ont.. with a view to having him locate in Raymond. The matter has been hitnderi over to the secretary of the Board of Trade, and a full discussion of Raymond and Its advantages have been forwarded to the doctor -with a strong request that he should locate here. Marshall Harris left on Saturday morning for Taher, accompanying the principals in the abduction case which has been engaging the atten- tion of the authorities at Taher for the past few days. Considerable sym- pathy is'felt for the young man who is well known in Raymond because of the fact that he has always been n close friend of the young girl's fam- ily, and his associations with the girl were encouraged by the family. It Is said, moreover, thai, tbe parents did not object to their daughter's mar- riage till after it had taken place. T. W. Harris wishes the Herald to j say that on Thursday he is to start his threshing machine in the yard at his town house, and those wishing a small amount of threshing done for Balder Co. Ltd. Genera! Merchants Goods lledncod 30 per. cent. Ginghams and 25 Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 PC1' .Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. been fixed up, the race track and baseball diamond put in first class shape and a fence is to be built skirt- i ing the grand stand, so that special-! exhibition purposes may bring their load of grain and have it threshed out. g____ _..... a.....ov K- Ostlund. son of Jones Osllund, ors will required'to view" tliTper-! "f wns hl Hayraond on Mon- formanee before th-e grand stand from! mgbtt was a caller al thu the stand itself Herald ofiire. Mr. Osilund leaves to- Gntrles closed on Wednesday night for Salt Lako Cily' T7tah- wncl-e and the secretary wishes ilm Herald I 'fi rhft Universi'-v of to say that the society is anxious that h' sLl'dies in the arls nnnrofi Issues of the Herald Containing Raymond pages may be .liad at. Blair's Drug Store. There nro also a few copies ol the Publicity, number left. Don't forget that the Raymond ollicc of Uie Herald is in the Security Block. i Fair lime IB a good tlmo 10 start ii subscription. WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CARDHTON DISTRICT PARM AT SACRIFICE ailre yon will adopt It. Let l.s talk this SECURITY INVESTMENT 'COMPANY, LIMITED-. Rlvmond, _. H. BUOD, MANAfSER _ X Hull. Block, Phone 768 Andrew Carnegie says: "The wise wage-', earner of today invests his money1 in real "estate." Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 ,'icres. west of railway; 170 acres grow- ing Remainder.has water arid good pasture. Price an acre. Terms down; fall of 1913, .bulaiuie to suit pur- chaser. W.McD. TAIT RAYMIOXD ALBERTA Stirling Realty Co. M. L. MILLER, MANAGEK Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town Rome of ihe best business and residential lots for sale in Hiirling. Also eighty acres irrigated land; seventy-five acres in wheat and five acres in alfalfa; three miles from elevator. J55.00 per cash, hfllcnicc easy. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY NEW DAYTON A SNAP FOR SOMEBODY! SOO acres, all Improved, some small buildings fenced and Into rop; crop ROCS with Innil. and I. will soil Ibis for 5-12 per aero erniB cash, balance crop payments. .This excellent niece of and is only S miles from the city of Lofhbriflfic 1110 acres. 2 1-2 miles from elevator and the Juncllon of the .olllbrlilEO-Wcylnirn Kir, acres ready to BOW into wheat all small house on land. I will viell this for 10 days for ?26 00 er acre, 55.00 acre cash, balance crop paymenUl'no crop no Intercut 0 per cent.. Write for more "partlcniars. II will pay you. The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. ;