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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta iiy, Scp( ciniH'r I'M a THE LETiimuDGE DAILY HERALD 1'aire 7 KjtJvTi KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Our customers are .look-, ing for something new. tliis, wo are endeavoring to supply .the f I em a nd created by this reeling The Bonds wo wish to bring butore our natrons' notice this week, is our range of BEAD AND BALL TRIMMINGS. The beautiful effect of. these1 goods above description so conic and see these goods yourself, us we are suro they will please you. While you are here we Bhould be pleased to show you our seasons New Range of FURS. Styles to suit all atfes. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond Phone 7 KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KI KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K. A. AMOS, Agent tot Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies ifCome in and test the new light. can instiill a complete sj'stem in your or business place. excellent light for churches. Study Lamp is a quick seller. "f{ Raymond, Alta. THE BUILDING OF A HOUSE wherein woods of various kinds are generally used require good judgment in lumber selections. It the builder's work is to be carried out and the architect's plans conscientiously followed in a, manner that will be artistic substantial and durable. For this reason it will be to the in- terest of aay one contemplating building to got bids for the nec- essary lumber i'roui EQUITY LUMBER, CO., LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA Raymond District DON'T' .FORGET------- Raymond Agricultural Exhibition in cash prizes, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 12, and Wth. F. T, Holt, Secy, for prlrt Hit and Information, TROUBLE OVER POOL LICENSES AT RAYMOND Cases are Being Taken to Court Commerical Course at Knight Academy PROFESSIONAL CARDS -DR. J. S. WRAY >_J- (TOR. '09) i i-A N D ACCOUCHER-, Office, West of Raymond Opera Houae 1st Street Phone BUSINESS CARDS WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air Htatinj, Tin Roofing, PlumB. ing, Steam Fitting, Steam Heating. do all the big jobs south of Leth. Open Day Night I bridge. Write us for estimates. DR.KIELLOR Ice 1st St. West and 1st St. Scmth Alberta MM ELMER AMOS DENTIST town patients must make ap- .meets by mail or 'phone. MorMgs Afternoons PHONE 69 ond Alberta RAYMOND'S -CHURCHES Raymond Alberta FOR tent, 32x1S. with wooden frame and board floor, foi sale cheap. Also good spring mat tress. Apply to W. McD. Talt, Ray- mond. Alberta. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SERVICES: School, 10 Service, 2 p.m. Service. 7 p.m. F. ANDERSON. Bishop CHURCH Herbert Toombs. Pastor, Raymond, Aim. MAY HAVE TO CLOSE THEIR MILLS Wichita, Kansas. Sept. 2S. The millers of Xebraska, Texas, Oklahoma Kansas and Missouri met here yes- terday and agreed that ths ruling of :he interstate commerce commission regarding milling in transit is so det- rimental to inland millers as to be practically confiscatory. The millers ileclare unless the ruling can bo ohnn qcrf they will be unable to operate heir mills. Formerly a miller might receive 00 pounds of wheat and send on iou, Bounds of (lour, or IOU pounds of bran, j he must send on 72 pounds of[ flour, and 2S pounds of bran for every! 100 pounds Of wheat received, the es-' timate products of 100 pounds of wheat. in refers to wheat shipped from one point to another Raymond, Sept. secretarj the Board of Trade has on hand a supply of .the pfflclal Call of the Dry- Fanning Congress, and copies may be had free by calling at the olficc, room 5, Security block. Crops Good at Welling A. Wilde, of the Welling district, was in Raymond last Friday, and re- ports that harvesting IE on in full swing in that section. Threshing also proceeding favorably, and the crops are yielding very well. The fall wheat in several Instances has been a disappointment, 'but the spring grain s amply making up for any deficiency that might have occurred hi the win- .er wheat. Raymond Has Pool Troubles Messrs. Holt and 'Smith, proprietors of the pool hall, will appear this .week jefore Inspector West, ut Jjethb ridge, on the charge of breaking the muni- cipal law respecting the early closing pool parlors. The information was aid by Marshall Harris acting for the .own, and the gentlemen who are alleged to have infringed upon the bylaw have been notified to appear. They will probably appeal the case if they are convicted. The state of affairs is regretted and' deplored, every hand as it only gives the tb'wn some cheap we do not want. It Is a pity that these questions cannot be. settled amicably and without the last resort, ihe court. Both parties should use discretion In the matter, and as It was pointed out by an Influential citi- zen the other day, Raymond cannot afford to be involved In any costly, law suits.- j Business Course at Academy There will probably ,be a commer- qial department start-ail at the Knight Readonly tliis winter. President Bram- well has signified his willingness to include a course in book-keeping in the curriculum If a sufficient number of students resistor for the course. Already three young In en have given in their names as sure students and they are working hard to Influence others to take the course. Improve Electric Light System Haymoud will soon have all difficul- ty in her electric light system elim- inated, for when the new dynamo building is llnished at the sugar fac- tory the citizens may -rest assured that they will get as good a service as is possible anywhere. Consider- able difficulty has been encountered in the pr.st in piping the steam from th-e engine room on the side of the fac- tory to the dynamo room located on the opposite side. The steam would naturally evaporate and lose some of its virtue in travelling through the factory so long, especially when the plant was not in operation. Now this has been overcome hy erecting a building adjoining ihe engine house, and Ii: the future no inconvenience will be experienced from this quarter. Tho Knight Sugar company ore to be commanded for tbeir efforts to' give a thorough service to the town, and the billiard or bowling hall shall close :it 10 p.m. The appeal will go direct to the supreme court of the province -by affidavit, and the point will linally be affirmed or thrown out as unconstitutional. Mr, Holt claims that the bylaw conflicts with the pro- vincial law passed at the last of the legislature, and in view this fact hopes to nullify the statute of the local municipal body. The action of In imposing such a la'w on Mr. Smith and Mr. Holt IB strong- ly resented by some, who believe that anyone' paying licenses amounting; to about a year should at least be given all reasonable opportunity of running the business on a profitable basis. Mr. Holt pointed out to the Herald that It was In the evening when they made their money, and to close their doors at ten o'clock would seriously affect them. The mutter is creating much interest in town, 'both the pool men and the council having backers. Brief Items of News Last Tuesday the Knight Sugar company shipped five hundred head of beef cattle to Winnipeg. The steers were in prime condition for the eastern market and are bringing a good price tb the company. The con- booklet would sell quite extensively at the Congress. Next week she 'will go to Lothbrldge to show her work to Mrs. John T. Burns, secretary of the -International Congress of Farm Women, who will review all of the poems iind select the most- suitable. The folk dance held In the first ward meeting house lust Friday night was a complete success, and afforded a great deal of amusement and pleas- ure for the large .number of young ladles present. The dance was given under the auspices of the Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement associa- tion and proved a. most unique at- traction. An admission fee of ten cents was charged and the money de- rived, is to bo devoted to the -buying of hew, books -for the library. The dances wore very artistically gone through, and reminded one of the happy days of half a. century ago. The numbers ,-Included various old English village danpes and also dances famous in European countries and old colon- ial days in America, aignment was shipped by special stock train. Mrs. Sparks has leased the Model Cafe from Alvin Amos for the next sis mouths, airs. Sparks took hold of the -Business this week, and is busy giving the place a thorough reuovat- ng. .Mr. Amos-will confine himself vholly fo painting and paper-hanging the future. John T. Heninger Jr. has S. R, Wright busy this week painting his barn and outbuildings on ils Welling fann. Ren Fairbanks, of Glenwood, form- erly of Raymond, spent the last tea lays in the sugar town, visiting his ild friends prior his departur he States where he will enter school .t Salt Lake City. He was accompan- ied >by Mr. Fisher. Quite a number of Raymond people took advantage of the low rates to attend the October semi-annual con- ference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The fare this vear is a single rate for the round Miss Cazcir and Miss Sheets, of the Knight Academy staff, have taken apartments in the Security block. Today the regular priesthood meet- ing of the Taylor stake was held in the Knight Academy building. Repre- sentatives were present from all the wards and branches of the stake as far east as Grassy Lake. Matters of importance in respect to the temporal and spiritual welfare of the Latter Day Saints were discussed. The I meeting was well attended. "Tlie prim- ary association and relief society held their regular monthly meetings also. The proposal to have the water re-! main in the irrigation ditches until j November meets with the entire ap-i proval of the people of Raymond, j NO MYSTERY SAYS ENGINEER GRACE IOLLAPSE OF INTAKE PIPE OF IR- RIGATION COMPANY AN OR- DINARY ACCIDENT -Haider Co. Ltd, General Merchants Dress. Goods Reduced 30 Per cent- Ginghams and Calicos Reduced 25 Per cent.- Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 Pc Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. Calgary, Sept. -there is no mystery surrounding the collapse of the Intake of the Southern Alberta Ir- rigation company, is the indignant statement of Chief Engineer Grace of the company, who is in Calgary to-, day, and who states that the works can be visited by any engineer, mem- ber, of the press, or anybody who has a right to inspect the 'work at all. "There have been several articles in Calgary papers stating that there was a 'mystery in connection with the collapse of the intake which occurred two months said Sir. Grace. "There is no mystery at all, and al- though it entailed a loss of we will soon have everything running smoothly again with little or no -de- lay. The only reason we put up signs, forbidding unauthorized -per- sons to go on the property, was be- cause a number of homesteaders and their wives and children used to fish there. It was dangerous for them and it hampered our work, and we stopped it. Any other construction of .the matter Is the work of some ono who is after us for ulterior reasons." Over has been speat on the work so far, according to Air. Grace, and over half of this has been spent in Calgary for supplies. The damage has all been looked over by the directors of the company, who are satisfied 'with what has been done, and are going ahead with the work which will ultimately result in acres of land being made one of the richest tracts on the American con- tinent. Andrew Carnegie says: "The wise earner of today his inoucv in real estate." Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 aci cs, west pi' railway; 170 acres grow- ing barley. Ecmaindor has water and good pasture. Price an acre. Terms 85 down; fall of 1913. balance to suit pur- chaser. W. McD. TAIT EAYMOND ALBERTA RESTRICTING THE UNION PRIVILEGES Everyone seen on the maltcr'tUInksl BIL1- TO AMEND BRITISH LABOR it is the right thing, and something that the taxpayers are entitled to. They ave ready 10 join in the agita- tion for this .extension, and any influ- ence that Raymond has may be relied upon as favoring the proposition. There are all kinds of uses the water vnluc ol the new extension will only put to at that late portion which is to ing point. milled at an interven- PORTER OFFERER HER ?1.00 FOR A KISS Stirling 3 o'clock o'clock Raymond 7 o'clock inyitid. Waco, Texas. Sopt. .Minnie Gallagher, a pretty nineteen-year-old Sir! of Moody, lias fileil suit here against the Pullman Car Company for i alleging she insulted hy la negro Pullman porter wlm offered her SI for a kiss. t he Kays this happened while she j travelling a fpw from Columbia. Tcna, to Ala. Will Test Legality of Bylaw Now Hiat the matter of pool licenses 1ms been settled for all time, Messrs. Holt and Srallh. proprietors of the Raymond parlors, have decided to contest the legality of the recently passed bylaw which provides that all small hook of potinis, which she will offer for sale durinc; the Dry-Farming Congress. Tho book contain about six pieces on various western topics, and will sell, for a nominal sum. Some of 'Mrs. Nillson's produc- tions are of an exceptionally high standard and no doubt a souvenir LAWS AFFECTING STRIKES AND PICKETING London, Sept. text of Lord Robert Cecil's bill to amend the trade disputes act of 190fi has been issued. Tlie bill proposes to make trades un- ions liable in civil actions for tortur- ous acts committed at their express sanction or recognition. The funds of the union which are specifically allocated for provident purposes, the bill proposes, however to protect. A limited immunity is substituted for the absolute immunity for civil liability which was conceded Stirling Realty Co. M, L. MILLER, MANAGER Stirling, Aita. Tlie Jiinrtton Town S6me of the best business and Jots for sale in Stirling. Also eighty acres irrisfttcd land; seventy-five acres In wheat and live in alfalfa; three miles from elevator. JjiG.OO pet cash, balance easy. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY employment. The limited immunity, ister or the chief secretary for Ire- xvill only take effect in the case of land. They consider person who is induced to his contract of. em ploy in on t being a free laborer whose contract was entered into for the purpose of assisting one of the parties to a trade dispute. With by the act of WOS to persons who in- lo llm" of pick- duce others to break the contract 01 WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CABDSTOX DISTRICT RAXCH AND FARM LANDS A T SACRIFICE PRICES Mixed farming Is the only suro method nnd yon will adopt it. Let us talk 'his nutter we can mil yon. If there is anything in the llcai Esinti; line yon want we can supply i, ui the right price We have io loan on tmjivou! I rnrms. SECURITY Raymond; Phone i 'KSTMrXT COMPANY, LIMITED GEO. H. BUDO, MANAGER Room 12, Hull Block, i.sM'hridfic; Phone 768 ets 10 "two persons 'nit no more" in any one place, nnd to insist tliat every picket, whether acting on his own initiative or on belialf of it trade union shall wear a badge showing conspic- uously the word "picket." and that of the union for which ho Is acting. matter of urgr- ont importance, lest the bill at p res ent before parliament for Ireland gov- ernment should be passed without proper provision being made to meet the needs of national education. The charges been on ihe increase for some years and must continue to increase -as the education system de- velops. Population-is now ceasing: to incrcuse and the need for an auto- matic increase of funds is obvious. Under ihe financial arrangements of an annual sum Is to be paid over to this fund, the amendment being