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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta IS, THE LiyriTlJiMDGE DAILY JIKKALD KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Kit Kind Bros. Ltd. OF AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Our customers tire natmnilly look- 1 ing for something new. Knowing- ihis, we arc eiuleayoriiig Ui supply the demand created by; this feeling The goods we wish'to before our nations' notice thin week, is pur range of MAD AND BALL TRIMMINGS. Tho beautiful effect of there goods above flaioriuUon so come niid see ttaese goods younelt, 'as are sure they will please; you. .While you are here we s'hould De pleaded to you our seasons New Rfijjt of FURS. Stylen In suit, all ages. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QLfcALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB I B.A.AMOS; Agent for Hen GawUne Uglits and Supplies Come'in and test light. We can install a; complete system in your home or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. 1 Raymond, Alia. KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond District DO NT' MKGET-------- Raymond Agricultural Exhibition in cash prizes, Th ursday, Friday and Saturday, Septenilici 12, 13. and Mill. F. T. Hit and information. EVENTS OF THE LAST FEW DAYS IN RAYMOND THE' BUILDING OF A' HOUSE wherein woods of kinds are generally rewire good judgment in lumber selections, if the builder's-work IB to he carried out. ind the architect's plans conscientiously followed manner that will be aitistic substantial aid durable. for this reason It will be to the lll- rereflt qf any one contemplating huildlng to get bids for the nec- essary lumber froni EQUITY CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALiERTA Diamond Ring Absolutely Free The Board of Trade offers a Diamond Ring to the young lady collecting the most .money for the Publicity Fund on Fair Days. See E. A. Gillies about it. Raymond, Sept. McD. Tatt' secretary of the Raymond Board -'of Trade, received, a communication from John T, Burns, executive secretary of the International Dry Farming Con- gress, to the effect that visitors -at the Congress and Exposition next month will find accommodations nt the tented which is yropOBed to relieve the city hotels and rooming houses of the people from the South- ern Alberta towns. This means a great deal to the directors of the Congress, as the Accommodation of visitors and delegates has been a most difficult problem to solve. It is now felt, however, that u solution bus been' reached, whereby all will be well taken, care of. Tlie entertainment committee haa prepared a large area, enclosed, by a 'high board fence for the use of camp- ing parties. This will be connected with the oity water mam and hyd- rants provided on the grounds. Ex- cellent sanitary arrangements are be- ing made for'the disposal of sewage and other refuse. The whole will be lighted hy electricity and special po- lice protection will be afforded day and night. The committee is not in a position to furnish and they urge tho people to obtain, these in their own neighborhood. Opening of Knight Academy Considering the business of the sea- son the attendance at the opening: of the Knight Academy is fair, but Pre- sident. Bramwell is pleased with the twenty that were present at the be- ginning of the school year as they 'were all a fine set of students. In an interview with a newspaper man he expressed, renewed confidence in the church school work and predicted that the school would have a. successful year in 1012-13. The president is feeling much improved in is putting his whole heart, and soul into the work. He believes he has exceptionally strong, faculty and, by following1. the lessens that have been learned in the past, he is reasonably sure that .his students get through next year. This year the .re- cord of the Academy was equally as good as that throughout, the province, but President Brannvell was not sat- isfied, and .is determined that all, shall pass next year. The Cardston Choral Society was to have attended1 the op cning but it was -thoughr .'jest to have them appear on Founder's Day, which occurs next month. Bank Managers Elevated Raymond people will be pleased to PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) Office, West of Raymond Opera House 1st Street Phone 4J. Day Night DR.KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and v 1st Kaymond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of. town must aj> pointmects by Ball or Office Hours: Moraines 9-12- Afternoons PHONE Raymond Alberta FOR tent. vvltb wooden frame nnd board floor, for sole cheap. Also Rood spring mat- ireas. Apply to W. Men. Tail, Ray: oioml. Alberta. BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plume. ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. do ail the big jobc louth cl Lith- bridge. Write us for titlmatM. Rayjiioiul Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUi CHRIST OF LATTER DAY 8AJNTS SUNDAY SERVICBB: Sunday School, 10 Afternoon Service, 2 PA. Evening. 7 JOHN, T. ANDERSON, Diflhof. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Herbert W. Toomba, Pastor. Raymond, Alta. Strviceo New Dayton, 11 o'clock Stirling' 3 o'cjnek Raymond 7 o'clock Everybody invited. of tho promotion of four former managers of the .'branch of the 'Bank of .Montreal here. Mr. Martin has appointed manager of. the .Foil- ugeMa PrHirte branch, the third larg- est In -Manitoba; Clancy has been given the management of the Prince llupert B. G., branch; -Mr. Woods haa been appointed assistant manager of the ofllce at .Montreal, and Mr. Juckgon has received the assistant in- spector's appolncraeut in the western provinces.'. All these are great ad- vancements, and their ability' bus been mgnally recognized. A Bad Accident C. W. Card met'with a very painful accident last Monday morning while a wagon at :the Card black- shop. Stewart, Card, who was assisting his father, Accidentally let a .aledge hammer fall'cm the second finger of the ,Jeft hand. The blow crushed the finger to a pulp, but for- tunately did not break the bone. Med- ical assistance wag called nt once aud the .ailing attended to. Raymond Saddlery Co. Workmen are busy.on the building formerly used for a photo gallery but which is being converted into a har- ness shop; The new "business is con- trolled "by Messrs. Evans Ellison, and is known as "the Raymond Sad- dlery Company. An expert harness maker has been employed to run the shop .by the proprietors. A Nice Compliment '.The swine judge at'ihe recent fair was visibly with the splendid display of hogs, and during the accomplishment of his extremely difficult task he was heard to remark that he had judged from the Gulf of Mexico to Fort Saskatchewan but .never once had he seen ji belter bred exhibit than at the Raymond fair This coming from an expert is very gratifying to the people of Raymond as compliment can be given a farming community than to have it said of its people, by an individual he speaks, that they escell in the breeding of good live stock. It is a true' sign of pro- gress. Mr. Tait Leaves for East Last night W. McD. Tait, southern representative of tlie Herald, left for the east, where he will be married on the 27th inst. to Mlsa Effa Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rob- ertson of Wellesley. Out. The mar- riage has been anno.mced for several weeks, and Mr. Tait has been shower- ed with congratulations from his nu- merous friends throughout the prov- ince. He expects to be in the east about a-month, after, which he will with, his bride return to: the weal, where will Uke up their resi- dence lu. Raymond, air. Tait having secureQ apartments in the Security block. While-Mr. is the east F. C. -Steele will look after his news- paper :bugfneKg in the south. Slide yvhitbeck was a visitor to '-Magrath last Sunday. She was accompanied by Miss Hazel Stoddard, who is teaching iii Mammoth this sea- W.. McD.l Tait'and Dr. Wray spent Sunday in CardBton, the guests of Dr. Lynn: Dr. returned Sunday af- ternoon iri W. 'S. Johnson's car, and Mr. Tait on the >iondayMnorning train They "report- a nioet enjoyable visit. Mixed Farming That ihe._ farmers of Raymond are turning to. mixed farming was evi- denced .at fair, 'when some of finest live stock in the province was oil display. One farmer informed the representative of the Herald that last; year he fed his froz- wheat to a bunch of hogs and the following fall he sold the hogs for a very'good figure at Leth- bridge, the poor wheat netting him about ?2 a bushel. This man's story is only one instance out of a. great maby where splendid results have been obtained in -feeding hogs Cor market. Mies Stella Probert Logan, Utah, is .visiting at the.home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Stevens. They will return to" Utah in October. While iu Cardston last, -Sunday McD. Tait 'was given ji pansy by E. N. :Barker, grown in that gentleman's garden that measured -three and a half by four inches. This probably smashes all records up to date. Thomas O. King and Arthur Dahl visited Magrath last Sunday in the interests of the Knight Academy. They spoke 'at .the afternoon service in the auditorium of the public school, pointing out the good that is to be obtained by attending the. insti- tution. They should have filled this appointment the Sunday previous, but the inclement weather prevented them from doing so. President Ernest Bramwell of the Knight Academy attended the Sunday school and 'afternoon meeting In the Stirling ward last Sunday. He was present in the interests of ths school, and reports a "favorable outlook for students from that. town. All over the Taylor stake last Sunday address- es were given based on the Knight Academy and Mormon church school system. Co. ltd. General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 per cent. Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Coats Reduced 20 Per cent by a rope fasten- ed around his body behind the fore legs. On ihc home trip Tumble was again fastened at the end of the rope and tumbled into the boiling stream he dc- perienred climbers. Sirs. Anderson was zradnated, along 'with Dr. Andcr- At Dunsmuir's Grave son, and admitted to full membership A halt at the .a-rave of young Duns- ill the Canadian Alpine Club at its j muir. who gave up his life nine years last summer outing. ago while making the first attempt to Dr. Anderson, Bert Whimster, Herb Liphardt, Willie Ross and Chief Hall, reach the summit of the middle peak, was made, and a snnpsnoi of the Lilpnarui, nutis nan, iunu-_. i Of the city police, made up the male I patry surrounding the grave was tak- portion of tho party. Tumble, a' en. After a second breakfast of sub- stantial diet the party resumed the cliiinv which, from the liig liasin is not dim cult. Parties .in town, who were watching for the party to appear on the long slope which leads IQ the top, discov- ered them at half past two o'clock, nnd at three they were seen to reach the highest point, upon which a cairn of stones had been erected last year and a Canadian Hag had been unfurl- ed. Flag Flies Again The ling had been blown down, but in a few minutes after the arrival of the party the flag was again seen flut- tering in the breeze, wafting a signal to the watchers below, li is fair to presume thm the gallantry or" Whim- ster, the leader of the party, prompt- ed him to liuper behind the ladies, who were the first to reach tbe uairn, 'were the ladies who had ever trod the reeky head of the Sis- ters. After an hour's stay at the summit, the party began the return journey to town, and were all safe and tired at home when the clock struck ten. Formed a Club While seated uround the cairn .it the top. an Alpine Club was organized all the members of the party becom- ing charter members of the Fernie Alpine Club, with Bort Whimater as president and Mrs. Anderson secre- tary. Bert Whimster is a member of (he Canadian Alpine Club, graduating Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, M. L. MILLER. MANAGER Alta. The Junction Twwtt Rome of the best business and residential lots FOL- sale in Stirling. Also eighty acres irrigated land; seventy-five- acrea In wheat and live acres in alfalfa; miles from elevator. J55.00 per acre 1-C caKh. balance easy. MONEY TO LOAM ON CITY PROPERTY WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CARDSTOX DISTRICT R -VXD FAR3I LANDS AT SACRIFICE PRICES Mixed farming is the only sure wetnod .-.nil yon will adopt it. Let us talk -Ms matter over we can suit you. If there is anything in :lw lira, Estate line you want we can supply K at ill.: have SriO.OOO to loan on iinprou.'l farms. IXVKST1.2FNT COMPANY, LIMITED Raymond; Phone 5. GEO. H. BUDD, MANAiSER Room 12. Hull Block. Phone 76E Iii: candidates hia be- ing accepted into full membership, and lias made a record for himself in tlra big organisation. -Mr. Whimster has made six trips to the top of the Three Sisters and knows the tops of many other peaks in the neighbor- hood. Last year he and Herb LipharJt, Miss Hogan, .Miss Mott and two or three others accomplished the difficult teat of reaching the cave in the south I face of Hosmer mountain, the- most difficult climb, perhaps, hap been accomplished by mountain climbers in this vicinity. was an ideal one for such outdoor exercise and there were sev- eral other parties on the .Three Sis- ters, one of which home with a line trophy in the shape or a Boat's head, captured ou one of the moun- tain SlOJlCH. MARRIED, AGED 75 YEARS last year. Ke bad tbe distinction o! i MARRIED, AGED being placed in charge of a party or London. Sept. '.Max Waroh- I ter. who saved the famous view from I Kichmoud near the Star and Garter hotel, by presenting Glovers Island and the freehold of Peterham Lodge to the town of Richmond, was married yesterday at St. Peters, Eat- on Square, to Arma Trade, the 22- yeatxild daughter of the late Colonel Burtie Hobart. Sir .Max's first wife, a daughter of Sir Thomas died two years ago. The wedding was pri- vate. The honeymoon will be spent on the continent. Sir Max is ievcntjr- livo years old. DEATH OF LAKE CAPTAIN Wellniid, Sept. fuuerKl .took place at -Port Robinson today (of i the late Captain William D. Rosa, his j death havins occurred after a short j illness at the age of 91 ;