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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1911. THE LKTllltKlDfiE'DAILY DOMrNION 1.urgent Mont Modwn Hi Cniinillun Tratlo. "NEW 0. 3. LAURENTIC NEW S. 8. MtGANTIC About Tons Klcclrlo Klovatoi'8, Skilled Orchestras, Kniall Tables In Dining' Itnnni; Ward- robes, Cliosf, of Druwurs; Kloctric llontora. Uniurpassed Accommodation for All Cla.icii. Ci.M.S. TEUTONIC. R.M.S. CANADA. Ono-clasB 'Cabin (called second The best on tho ship lit Third pliiBS ulbo; berllieil in com- tortablo rooniK. S, Sciil. SO, Oct. 28. IS, Got. 7, November 4.1 10, Oct. 11, Nov. II. Sept. 23, Oct. 21, Nov. IS. Sailings troin Boston, New York and I'lilladolnhln to Quocuaton-n. Ulrcrpanl I'lymonlll. Cherbourg South- "innplon, London, Dover and Antwerp, by AMERICAN STAIt-LlNE --LI3YLANU STAR LIMB. Largest and Finest in the World OLYMPIC 1 ODE. RAYMOND NEWS Raymond, Sept. 'and Mrs. Wli-flOii MuCarty left, on Monday of last 1'or New Vorlt, whore Mr. McCarly will attend tho law school in connccticii tt'Itli rtolnmblii Uiilver- The Raymond I.'Jiider .this week suspending publication, In order 1o make some allomtlous' In tho pr-eua room. Editor 'Burryuiwn te fltliiiR up bachelor In thn Loader hiilld- liifi. 11 in bachelor wish him success in his new S. Merry cE-jji left last night for CardvJton, where ho will assist the band during the fair. A special rate of faro ami one-thlnl IK offered- by the A. U. and 1. rturJn, Uanlston fair. Tickets are goni ,oing 2lilli anil !i7Ui, and lyturnlnj lojitemlwi' -'8. The Leatlcj1 hist wwk deferred puli Mention in order to yet in. reports of polls In Medicine .Hat rid ig and on 1'rlday morning carno on with n full h-eiid line A. Bu clrtnan elected by a large majority." Owing to a gioat riwh of business Sailing [at. the town office, 'SoceUiry-treugurei Sept.30 Holt will nut be able io gel out, the W. M. McLEOD Canadian Wcitern Passenger Agent, 333 Main Street, S.E. Corner Portage Avt.. PHONE M. 1924 WINNIPEG, MAN. S. B. MITCHELL Local Agent, C.P.R. Ticket Office. FINE CHILDREN FOR ADOPTION The department of Neglected Obil- rlren at Edmonton are lookinj; foi homes for eight ICatholk; children. lAmife, u little tfirl aged eight, d part iciilarly attractive and bright child it fluxions for a home in some good Cath- family. Frank, her brother, njreci four and a half, an equally tractive boy, is anxious for a good Iwrae in u Catholic family where have tho clnmcft io HI'OIV up us p jfooil man. Joseph, aged nine, a poort Cnnadian, with the looks and jnimiiers nf a gentleman, should be (in acceptable boy in some good Cath- ulic James, aged twelve, is noxious to get a chiuice to make liif way in tlie world. Another Joseph, iiscd seven and a half, is particul- arly handsome boy, who is anxlo.ns for n good home and who will more than i'epay investment of the good Cath- olic, home V'IQ is willing to give him iin opportunity to become a man. A liome ia also wanted for IJewis, agetl three years and a half, and for John Hged (wo. These (Children who are all Catholic under the care of Jhe Department because the fact that they are either orphans or bo- icausG their parents are unable to pro- jierly, cure for, them. Applications for Uieee children should be sent to flie Superintendent of 'ili'sn ai Edmonton. It should be remembered that the fcpplieants must have good homes and the children be desired for Hieir own siikes before they will be 0.1 lowed to go. to foster homes. The tiHst homes in the country are none too good for these children who come from nice people -and who are well qual- ified to grace a place in any home. list of 'prize winners at the fair pay out, th-e prize money till about November 1. Raymond's {shipments over the A. H and I. system are now counted by the carload weekly. The Knight Suyai Co. are averaging about fifteen cars of tonl par week, most of it cominj, from Tnbfcr and Lmidbreclt. Thc'Clt- Ii'.ens Lumber Co. last week received two cars of lumber; Haymond Mer- cantile Co., a car qf .wine, and E. Hides unloaded a .new threshing sep- arator. Several Rnymonditea arc preparing to lake in the excursion to Salt Lake City, beginning September 25f, and continuing to October The fare from Raymond is Stirling, 40; .Mayrath, Cardston, A Ions; section of the intercepting spwur cast of the Don, Toronto, has lircomc displaced. Mrs. Hannah was killed by (rain at G.I'-R. crossing road. Toronto. "0. and Warner, J27.-IO. Tickets arc gooti for thirty days from date of issue. At the residence of Bishop Ander- son on Thursday evening of last week, Mi-is Ethel Hodgelciss and Mr. Geo. Court, wei-3 united in tbe holy bonds of matrimony. v The Leader reports the loss of :i number of watches during Fair Week, and bints that two vjsHovs.Momg bus- iness simons the patrons of the fair iiro the reypoii'jiblf) parties. R. G. H-arron, trouble man for the Government Telephone Co., is in iown on a tour of inspection. On one of the days of the Fair, Mrs. J. A. Hill and son Gordon were being tlriven home in Marshall Holt's rig. wh-aii the boy neglected to pull at n riHeh on the snort road lead- ing oiit at the Raymond. Mercantile Co.'s and the occupants of the rig thrown out. 'Mrs. I-Till was badly shaken up, but was able to at- fond to her exhibit at the' fair next ry. C. A. Wood, assistant to the return- g officer of this division, was in Raymond yesterday collecting the bal- lot boxey. Mr. Wood got two at inontl, one at Stirling, one at AVilson, ewst of Stirling, and: from here went T. .7. O'llrlon mid .T. R. Allison returned borne lo Luytoii, Ulah. Air. anil Airs. II. K. Alton, who hove boon In CardHlon for a woch. oil on Sutiinlay last. Mr. Allnn wiw in tlio BonUicrn looking after tlin transfer of hly btisincHn there, Mr. Herb Jobiisoit, of the farm, was In town today, and in answer to an eiHjniry. from tho Il-crald man, said Hurt. had one ihoumiml reiuly ,to tbrt'.jh. Of thiit "50 itcrcw is wheat, abBolutttly untouched by 1'roKt, and It is thought will BHidc as blyh an any wheat hi the south country. 0. Jl. lu to begin thrcshhr; the Iowa farm today. Mr. Johnson also lias some fall wheat sown, but in of the opinion that spring is per- haps u surer crop, and he will glvt' more attention to it. The crop on the farm of the Secur- ity Investment form will ho c.ut to- day. Part of it is ready for thrwh- IIIB, and ft 'thought that line out- fit belonging to II. C. llarvfe will pull in at once and begin (he work. Man- ager Hudd raportB that, it is :is fine a crop an he lias seen any where. j Hllison Milling and Elevator j Co. shipped a car of flour to Letli- j bridge this wtwk, and have anolber on order for JOIIOH and Dill, of Warn-! -.------__ _ er, to b-c shipped on Wednesday of llilaweok. Win. CIcmlB. miller at tlio ''llt tlle TORTURED BY In tbe of ExeolB'or [were In evidence on Monday, brand of stock food In lib city will> indents. and looking around our couiiinr A Ule I faculty with a ....v...v. vtow Id tho