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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD Tliiirsdiiy. 20, KB KK KB KB KB 'KB K 1J 1 KB KB KB K It K It KB JKB ;KB ;KB KB K B KB KB KB j.fcB K B K i? KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Oui i u-lomcrs arc naturally loo'k- inu jur MiiiK'lliin.sj'.'iK'NY. 'Kmiwinir tliis c an oii.ilt'iivoniiy In supply ihe diMii.usd cn-sUcd Ity -this lWliu.tr I hi .10 In ins hi'foiv our ijalrons' notice' this week, is PAR1SIENNE BEAD AND BALL TRIMMINGS. The effect of these goods are ,ahove tle-u union >o lonie'a'ml see these goods yourself, alt -lire they please yon. While you are here we should be pleased io VOll oil! -ei-ons' New Range of FURS. Styles 10 -ut l 1 King Bros., Ltd. "HOcJSE -OF QUALtTY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB K JJ KU KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB Raymond District noxr KOHGKT Raymond Agricultural Exhibition in ciisli Tl Sopicnilicr IS. and I4lii, rsdiiy, I'l'ithiy anil Saturday, Write F. T. for prize lUt and: information. RECENT DOINGS AND SAYINGS IN BUSY RAYMOND tv K K B KB K B" K B K B K B Ituyiiioml, Sept. Raymond military hand returned on Monday morning from Cardston where they furuislH'd for the days' fair, held in that to'wn on Friday and r- -j? Saturday. They made a great hit hi Cardston and were showered with i enmplimenis. The band was there in force with Conductor Nyi> In the lead iniii l hey certainly took Cards ton liy siorm. AY x> j Khyiid .litiuieson. choirmaster of j Wesley church, hethbridne. and music [v 15 and dramatic edUor of the Herald, in speaking of the baud said: "l-jiin in- Jy JJ deed surprised at The exceptionally tine musk1 of the Raymond band. K K, A. Agent for.' Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come hi a nil test the new light.- insiall a complete system in your home or place. 'An excellent lioJit for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Alta. Professor Nye the organixati may he justly proud of in. tor it is easilv one THE BUILDING OF A HOUSE wherein woods of various kinds are generally used require sood judgment iu lumber If the builder's is to be carried out and the arch Reel's plans conscientiously followed In a manner That will be artistic substantial and (tumble. For it will be to the in- terest of aiiv one contemplating building: io get bids for the nec- tssary lumber from EQUITY CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA of tiie" best amateur bands in Western Canada. The parts are well balanced and the instruments blend-beautifully. The work. of the band made a deep I impression on me. and the Raymond people ought to be grateful that ihey have a set uf yottns men that are such I capable musicians." I The conductor, Mr. Nye. a lid the I baud boys have nothing but words of praise for the Curdstou people. They say. they were never treated better j in their Hie. I No Licenses Paid Yet None of the business men, who consider themselves unduly licensed j nnd-er the new municipal ordinance. I have paid their dues, according to the information that can be gleaned j from ihe town office. -The slowness of the parties to acl. in the matter may he accounted for in the fact the council" has given- ihein uiiiil the j first of October.'to nay tlie licenses. Apparently one is waiting for ihe oth- er. Meanwhile the policy of the coun- cil trlear and the ordinance -will be the installation of a splendid sanltan drinking Weather Fine Again The weather has cleared up once move, and uppeiirs moro settled thrin it has done for severe! weeks. Whet the came it was looked upor with grave apprehension by the farm and a long period of cold woaihei was anticipated. IJiit the sky elearei on Tuesday morning and the hearts of the f armors were made by the warm glow- of King Sol's rays, Cutting was resumed this morning, and threshing will start tomorrow. Kv- eryone is hoping ihat tlie country will be blessed with u spell of fair weath- er. so that, the farmers will have an opportunity of securing; their crops. is now good and ha proceeded with at full The outlook Ins; will be blust. Enrollment Grows President Bra unveil of the Academy reports the registration of. a number of new students this wiaek. The back- ward harvest caused by Uie inclement, weather will have some effect on the enrollment for a few but the president expects thai they will have a hundred and fifty students at least this year. Items of News Mr. and Mrs. Amos of Ontario, par- ents of Mr. Alvin and Dr. J. Kluier Amos, are visiting; ihetr sons here for a few weeks. Dr. Amos has been in Cardst.au during: the past two .months Diamond Ring Free practicing there, but returned to Ray- mond on Tuesday .morning, for a two weeks' sojourn here. The demand for men in the Ray- mond district.for farm work and con- struction tramps continues' to be brisk and yesterday "Mr. Hodges, who is managing fhe gang engaged in clear- I enforced. Sectary Wnde-in an.in.j ing Uie tbe neftr said char, the business W1S sc_ woula nave to respect the statutes of! Cllra.foill. drivera after canvassing lhe the .own or take the consequences, j whole day Gpod ffageg arc d no one needs to be idle if they are able and willing to work. would pay their licenses when 'the Ge0rge If. Budd, manager of the i.lme came, hut emphatically stated 1 Investment eonipam- Ray- that in the event of the non-payment) mOnd( and SalL CUy jjof their respective dues., their places ls expecled home tbe ,atter t of business would he closed by Veek from the sonthf whenj j. Phis in a drastic course to pursue. j.hag been viskins Eor tne past month> j( but ii is felL by the Ml, absence In5 offlcc .jties that it is the only logat-al Raymond liaa been in charge of nori of the problem, in view .of Snnvv .a .nicmbei. oF further stated that it was', his null Ul Lilt! j[ stubborn attitude of the business men.: I Parties who have grievances against Trmlr offers ;i Diainiiinl in vtuinir liidv colItM-riiiii" Hio mnifc 4v t'oriiii1 Puhiicilv Fund on Sec K, A. (iillic iuui il. ho have grievances aga tlie town council on being seen reiter-1 ated their stand in the matter, 1 there will lively be nothing sr-nsanon-' al developed untif October T. when the i demand is made hy law. Important Realty Deal An important real estate deal was i consummated this week when L. 0.! iario. the home and town pro-i eri on lerter from W.'McD. .Tait. ast, for rh-e east, he states he arrived in Winnipeg safely en the Htth and that he would arrive in Toronto on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Tait visited Weyburn, Sask., euroule and secured real estate which he hopes to dispose of while in On- His marriage will be solemntz- the -Tin Inst., at tiie home of of President Krnesl Bra mw el I the bride's parents. Mr. and Urs, Knight Academy. The exact Robertson, ney involved iu the deal PROFESSIONAL CARDS i BUSINESS CARDS DR. j. S. WRAY (TOR. 'Q3) Office, West of Raymond Opera Mouse 1st Street Phone 46, Open Day Night l. WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Heating, Tin Roofing, Plumb- ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating, W.i do all the big jobs south of Leth. I I amount of nut known, hut it is understood to a mourn, to a large figure, the whole j being paid in cash. Rumor has had it. for some time past thai Professor Brn.niwell WHS about to dispose of hi.s holdings here and to Utah, and thus when the details of the pres- ent deal was learned everyone believ- ed the report to be true. his future He expects to he in the east about threi; weeks or a month. Tbe tag day. which is Virtually a tag campaign, is on in full swing, and a considerable amount of money lias collected by.the young ladies for ihe Board of Trade. secretary of the hoard. McD. Tait. has given instnivtions that all money raised is to Art hut' Itutchart who so capably that department, for several months, will sever his' connection with Jlr. King on Saturday, turning the business over to Air. Kanies. .Mr. Bute-hart, has been an exceptionally smart man for that position and .has built, up a solid foundation for King Bros, as a dry goods store. Prior to his coming to '.Mr. Out ch- art was employed in the dry goods department, of the Hudson's Hay store at. Let lib ridge. Ho will leave Satur- day night for Magrtuii, where his bro- ther resides. in Raymond .Mr. Butehart has made a host of friends being closely tlie social and church activities of the Presbyter- ian church. Miss A-da .Miller was a week ond visitor to I.ethbriuge. IMiss Miller has been 'Mi'. Tail's stenographer for about eight months, but, has now for- sakou her work in Raymond to accept a position in Lethbriclge. She expects to leave this week for ihe city. Miss Cazeir, of the staff of the Knight Academy, returned to Ray- mond Must .Monday after spending' the >k" end with relatives In Cardston. Miss Cazelr visited that town as a missionary also, and at the evening service hi ilie. Latter Day Saints church she spoke on the Academy and Us work. Or. B. Keillor has removed to Stirling for a few weeks. He does nol. know definitely just when he will return to Raymond. Will Stone, a local poultry fancier, exhibited Borne of his pure bred birds U "the Cardston fair and succeeded in winning.a number of ,tlu; premiums. If the town of Raymond does not ivish to involve itself -in any costly iUgaUon U would be as well to repair the numerous notes iu tbe sidewalk. Smith, wife of Bernard Smith, principal of Raymond public, school is teaching this week in place ut .Miss Emma Ftoyson. who is not able attend to her, school duties as yet. Genera! Merchants .Dross Goods Reduced 30 Ginghams and .Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 PC Other bargains too numerous t-o mention. Ildrses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. Andruw (Jjirncg'ie says: "The-wise oaruer ol today invests his iiioriev iu real ostalo." SAYS UNIONS BOSS ROGERS MANUFACTURERS ATTACK THE IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS 440 iu-rctt, west of railway; 170 acres grow- inji- liarlcy. lieniaimler lias water and good pasdire. J'l'ice 6'40.00 an ;icre. Terms fio wn; J'all of 19JD. balance to suit pur- d TAIT EAYMONl) ALBERTA Ottawa. Ont.. Sept.. theirjj form tbe immigration regula- tions constitute a series of class leg- islation, unjust, inequitable and econ- omically detrimental to the country, which no consideration of temporary expediency can says a re- port presented to the Canadian Manu- facturers' Association today, which al- leges that ihe immigration regulations are dominated largely by certain labor organizations. The report of the Kail way :uid Transportation committee anticipates that 20.UOO more freight cars will be built this year, with four hundred loco- motives, HI a cost of while tevminal facilities will be extended. The efforts of the railways to increase j the. express rates is condemned. movements Security lilos'k. where it will be placed Ke Herald representative hejio the rrerlit of the Board of Trade, emphatic-ally thai he did not The money derived from Die sale of handed in the office, room ii. The programme for the day inc.hid- i u. great louver of bridge. -itc us (or estimates. DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South Alberta rwra intend to leave i lim? at least. 11ou will adopt it. Let us talk wr r-m :hf. Kstato line you want we can supply i; Urn ricl'n price. e have SuO.OOO io loan on e I farms. LIMITKl) ft i_i B i Raymond; Phone 5. GEO. H. BUDD, MANAGER Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbiidoe; Phone 768 SPANISH RAILWAYS signabic persona! i he principip of tr-insferabiliiy, one which hK5 no countprp.irt in any jurisdiction. The advise ,efon.i hi CHARGE. FRENCH IN- Canadian paten' oiiic-p, staff is said to ho t TERNATIONAL TRAINS ARE AFFECTED MOOSE JAW GETS FACTORY j I'erpijxtiaii, France, Sept. Moose Jaw, Sein.. agree-j nwrt irafiic is suspended' meiir uiday whereby ihej in thp Spanish province of Catalonia first aiuomobile factory !o locate in ami there lias hern con.sidoriihlc ilc- wotii. will hulKI in Moose .law. A. piopcriy ,-t! various st.v U. Walion, Bcimnil or the Si.; "y strikers win. kit work in Lonii; Car Co.. St. I.ouis. 'Mo., is lii liriiKiipul owner of tho no-.v cmiipan1 which is tf> hi- liitown as tlm Cur-ad -Standard Automobile'and Tnu'ior, Co.; "te hands n'ci-iM'd line fmni Hur- pvrry- station i.s in Hie miliiary, ;is tivery- Wai ton cwr.s ;i far-tory in Fort Wayne.' joined in jlu- mnvrnicnt, Kv- iiurl will remove- tiiis entire plain i eu ilu1 iim-ni.ilioii.ii trains from to .Moore Jaw, -exporting 10 ho fu op-1 Krwncp ;tn- unatilh to pmrrcd' hcyouJ ration by November 15. j tiu. Spanish froniirr. ffi ;