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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .Saturday, fteptaniber 21, 1912. THE LETIIBBIDGE DAILY HERALD'- Page KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. ;.U. OF QUALITY" AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Our customers are.naturally look- ing for something new. Knowing tliis, we are endeavoring to supply the demand created by this, feeling The goods wo wish to bring: befnre our patrom' notice this week, IB our range ,ot PARISISNNE BEAD AND BALL TRJMMINGS. the beautiful effect of thefe goods "nboro description so come and see. theai goods vouinelf, us we me. sure they will you. While you are here we should be pleabert to you our seasons New Range of Styles to suit all ages. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB R. A. AMOS, Agwnt lor Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the new light. We can install a complete system in your homo or business place. A n excellent light for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, THE BUILDING OF A HOUSE wherein pE various.Muds are generally used require good judgment In" lumber .selections', if the bulldor's work to lie carried out and tho architect's plans eonacientioUBly followed In a manner that will be artistic substantial and durable. For, .this reason it will be to the in- terest ot any one .contemplating bulldlng..to get.bids, for the essiry lumber EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA Diamond Ring Absolutely Free The Board of Trade offers a Diamond Ring to the young Jady collecting" the most money for the Publicity Fund on Fair Days. See E, A. Gillies about it. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) 0 DHice, West of Raymond Opera House 1st Street Open Day Night Fhont 40. DR.KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st "St. South DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make tf- nolntments by mail or 'phone. Office Hcurs: 1 Mornings Afternoons 1- PHONE 69 f Raymond Alberta FOR tent, 12x18, with j. wooden nml board floor, for Also good spring Jilltross. to W' McD' Ray' BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Plumb- ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. Wrc do att the big jobi south of Ltth- 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.m. Evening" Service, 7 p.m. JOHN F. ANDERSON, Bishop PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH nev. Herbert'AV. Toombo, Pastor, Raymond, Alta. Services ill- New Dayton, 11 o'clock 3 o'clock Raymond 7 o'clock Everybody Invlttd. Raymond District DONT' Raymond Agricultural Exhibition in cash prizes, Tliursday, Friday and Saturday, .September 12, 13, and 14th. F. T. Holt, Stef, lor lift inform. lion. BACKWARD WEATHER ANNOYS Raymond District Farmers Retarded in Work- Women's Institute Aggressive Itayraoitd, Sept. In tho Raymond district has been ser- iously retarded by the inctemeut con- dition of the 'weather. Cold rain and sleet storms nave been in progress since Tuesday, aiid cutting and thresh ing is at a standstill. This IB causing considerable alarm among the fann- ers of the district, as the season is now far advanced and a great portion of the threahing ought to be by now. Cutting was going on smoothly un- til the weather changed, and the far- mers were rejoicing in the opportun- ity that was afforded them of getting tbeir cropg down before a show atorm; But they were doomed to disappoint- ment, and now an indefinite period of idleness in respect to the harvesting" of the eropu has set in. Are Notod Athletei SkouBOU Brothers, Don, Z. N and Roy, are establishing avreputatioii for themselves as 'athletes. Last Tues- day they motored over to Magrath, and carried oft most of the prizes In the athletic :conteBta held in. connec- tion with the fall fair. A Live Institute The Women's Institute of Raymond is a very live body, and they are hold- ing some A strong delegation will attend the Internation- al Congress of Farm-Women next Oc- tober, prepared to enter into discus- sion on any questions that might arise. At-the last- meeting of the in- stitute a 1-eBson in parliamentary'or- der TVBS taken' up, so that the meet- ings might be conducted along busi- ness lines. Roberts' rules of order was the text used. "The Lady of Lake" is being studied with "a view to -affording the women of the society an opportunity to not only develop themselves economic way, but to become familiar with bome of the classics as well. The Institute Is ex periencfng a' healthy growth, and the officers are anxious that every.-'lady become a member To Make Trip The, realty of the Knight Academy pfBpATipg the itinerary of a trip are-contemplating, covering the ihree uuite wardi gf the stake, ana a number ot smaller ones. _Tne_object of will be to.give the people of meeting the per- sonnel of the staff, and hearing them explain' 'some of the points in favor of offered by the Acad- emy. itinerary is not yet ready for be made pub- lic noon. Rating Pa ft Hortei Charley Kinsey ran hia string of race horses at the Magrath fair last Tuesday and .Wednesday. Mr, Kin- key'has several animals which he pur- poses 'putting on tho Western Can-; ada Circuit, next year. .Gone to Calgary H. Craven, who has been a resi- dent of Raymond for about and who' has conducted a tailor- ing buiipeta here, has disposed of IfUslBtrs and .removed his family to Calgary, where Mi, Cvaien hag'secur- ed Seeing Some Crops .George ot the ElfiBon 'Mills, business visitor to RftVmond last Mr. Oraeiii ii ,touring the south by auto, Inspecting the crops, and lie he. finds them doing splendidly with excellent prospects of a heavy In last Wednesday's Raymond bud- get there appeared a story of opening of the Raymond Saddlery Co. in the hulltling opposite the O'Brien- Nalder Co. The proprietors of the company as Messrs. El- lisou and Evans, the imme of the stockholder, G. H. Ogden. being un intentionally Mr. Ogden, who came and who in all his life, will have direct management of the shop. Miss Ada ai liter, who.has acted as stenographer In tbe Raymond office of the.Herald fpr: about eight months, has severed her connection 'with the office, and will take a short rest. She" will, then take up a an office iu in Ray- uioud Miss Miller a wide circle of friends, they will be very 'sorry to hear of. her removal from.this town. We wish Miss Miller every success in whatever she enters into In the future. UNITEDSTATES MUST PAY TOLL Sample of What Extreme Protection Does for the Country NEWS OF MAGRATH .Magrath, Sept. Va cutting Is again atopped-on account of the Inclemency of file the farmers of the Magrath district are fearful of the resuH if the wea- ther does not clear up in a ew days. Harvesting was progressing niely when the storm came, and it IB.a great disappointment to everyone, that rains and wind did .not- stay away until after the grain .-had CUL at least. An Auto Ran Amupk Last Wednesday an'a'utor owned by F. H. Turner and driven by -Walter Phillips, rushed headlong julo a. deep ditch on the way to the fair smashing into atoms the wheels and front of the machine, and'_ throwing A. a passenger, forcibly fo tho ground. Fortunately, he was not ser- iously hurt. A great amount of dam- age was done to the car, owing to the high speed at which the car was go- ing at the time of the accident. It seems almost a miracle that Mr. Wood was not seriously injured, or even killed, as he was thrown squarely in front of tho machine. ,T. T, Heninger, who has .'been--ill tor about ten is road to recovery. now pronounces him out. of danger. Daniel Crookston, marshal! and street supervisor, h'aajbecn .busy late- ly doing some much, needed work on the streets ot the business section of the town. The streets are now In fine condition as a result, and the new sidewalk from the main v.-al to the Electric theatre is doing fine service. Rasmuseen; xl'o has been working on 'the- big ranch-of Jensen Bros., located In the-vicinity of Tay- Iprville, is spending a.-few days in town, renewing old acquaintances. 'A large number of "Magrath people the. annual fall, fair of. the Cardsiou -agricultural society. ,T. B. .Ririe, W. T. PasBey, Levi Marker and Parley Carter are strong exhibitors at tn'e iu the sister toM'h to the Itr.is very likely that the Women's Relief Society will obtain the privil- ege, of serving meals and lunches at the forthcoming Dry Farming Con- greys'. Bishop Ilarker is anxious that they take up the work, the proceeds to be devoted to the church building fund. will probably be three or four entries from Magrath for the Runiley gas engine at the Dry Fanning Con- gress, and the Garden City stands a fine chance of landing the big prize. No effort will be spared to make the grain exhibit the best possible. Those who will make entries for the engine arc Heathershaw ft Phillips, .T. B. Rlrie and C. W. Stoiiuiird. An inquest will be heW into the death of Christopher Summerbayes on a farm near Wnterdown. His bro- thel's in Rrantford are not satisfied that death was from pneumonia. He carried insurance. Washington, British company, has underbid to the extent of hundreds of thouiands of dollars ev- ery foundry in the United SUies for heavy projectflea for uae in the big guriis .in the .This fact became known when' bids -were opwed for two millioii dollars1-'wortti "of shells of varying, No "sooocr.'hfd it bwn ascertained tbtt the British bid- ders -were far.helOW American compe- tition than the of. six of the largest steel works in the United States held an indignation- meeting at th'e New Wlllard They declared emphatically that if the navy department awarded the con tracts to the British company, they would never again submit a single of- fer for the American projectile. This statement wan promptly communicat- ed to-the .department, and its meaning'waeplam" enough. It was in- terpreted that ;fche American found- ries nould no longer keep up their making projectiles, and that-in case of war this government Would face a famine la cannon balls Later in the davit was made known that in spite of'the" great discrepancy in bids, the awards'will !be distributed .as far aa possible among the Ameri- can competitors. It 'was explained that under 'the protective system, it is impossible for American steel works to produce the liigh grade pro- jectile at anything like the low cost abroad, aiid that even with the high bids submitted they made no profit. The shipyards whkh bid for. savnl it .merely to clear ex- penses, arid keep their plants in trim so that in iime ol war they can fill the governmental orders. SIR THOMAS SIMPLY DID NOTKNOW innipeg, Man., Sept. Thos. Shaughnessy, president of the Canad- ian Pacific Railway arrived in the city at one o'clock today after making a thorough inspection trip over the west- ern lines as far as Vancouver. With him were George Bury, vice-president and general manager of the Western Division; and J. G. Sullivan, chief en- gineer. "I arii delighted with all I have seen in the said Sir Thomas. "I find development and progress everywhere" 1 turn, however, this continued wet weather Is very unfortunate as' it is delaying -the crop movement. We have cars distributed throughout the west waiting for' the grain movement to itart. The .transportation situation ,.hfe fall all depends on weather condi- tions. If it clears up there will be no rery great danger of a blockade on mr lines, but if it remains wet it will be had." Sir Thpnms denied that he had cut short his western trip to get back to the capital to meet Premier Borden. He refused to discuss the rumor that the Canadian Pacific would build a United States Pacific freight line. He knows nothing of tho report that the Canadian Pacific wili tunnel the rock- ica. WE HAVE JUST LISTED .SOME SNAPS IN THE CABDSTON DISTRICT RANCH AND-FARM LANDS AT SACRIFICE PRICES Mixed firming tho only sure method and you will adopt It. Let us talk ihis matter wo can suit you. If there is anything in the ttcni Estate line'you want supply It nt the right price. Wo have to loan on fmprovel farms. SECURITY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED GEO. H. BUDD, MANAGER Riymond; Phone 5. .Room 12, Hull Block, Lothhridge; phone 768 01rien.NalderCo.Lul General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 3Q per cent. Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 Per cent. Other bWgaihs too numerous mention. i Horses for sale. r Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. Andrew says: "The wise wae- earner of today invests his mouev in real estate." Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 acres, west of railway; 170 acres grow- ing barley. .Remainder has walcr, and good pasture. Price an acre. Terms down; Jail of 1913, balance to suit pur- chaser. W. McD. TAIT RAYMOND ALBERTA StirDng Realty Co. M. L. MILLER. MANAGER Stirling, Alta.- The Junction Town Some of the hesi, business and residential for sale in Stirling. Also eighty acres irrigated land; seventy-live-acres in wheat and five acres in alfalfa; three miles from elevator. ?05.00 per cash, balance easy. MONEY, TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY WELLING Welling, Sept. T. Henin ger of Welling, the grain baron of the southern portion of the province, is probably one of the most progres- sive big farmers in Alberta. He makes it matter of business to keep abreast of the times, especially in matters pertaining to farm work and fiirm economics. Anything that wj lighten the labors of the farm, bright- en tho farm home, or facilitate agri- cultural activities, he installs It on his magnificent farm in the Welling district. The latesz purciiase of Henin- ger is a ncwjy patented device for the running of a string of binders, drawn by a stenm plow. Tills is probably the latest idea in wheat, cutting, and Mr. Heninger is running six binders, with his steam tractor aa tho motive Dower. He finds that harvesting may be completed in over half the time it would take to do the same amount of ciitting-by horse power. At first the device did not work very smoothly, and only thirty t.o fifty acres were cut In a day. But now no trouble whatever is given by the new apparatus, and over one hundred acres is no uncommon run.. Evidently the is a Suc- cess, and there will probably be oth- ers brought info the district next season. DANGEROUS TO PEACE London, Sept. despatch to tho Daily Chronicle from Vienna says the correspondent has.learned of the existence of a quadruple military liance between Bulgaria, Servla, Greece nud Montenegro, he says, is an offensive combination, dangerous to the peace of thie Bal- kans. ;