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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page is. TTTK LETmiKTDfll? DAILY RAYMOND IS SATISFIED 1TH PlLIClW Saturday, 2, If K Jt K H K K K JJ K H K Ii K H K I? K IJ K i: K .15 K :u K I Kl K B K 15 Kli KB KB KB KB KB King Bros., Ltd. The House of Quality The Best Groceries for Your Money A larpe of fresh Apptt-s, per case Fresh Cranberries i-2c per Ib. Kvitp. Apples.............20c per per case Kvap. Apricots ...........30c per per cnse Kvap. I'oaches ..........19c per per case Hvap. Prunes ...........15c per per case Loose Kuisins .......................12 1-2c per Ib. Loose Currants ....................12 l-2c per Ib. PH. Currants ami Raisins .........12 i-2c per pkt. Mixed Peels ............................20c per Ib. GOOD FRESH RAXCH BUTTKK...........35c Ib. Call on Us Before Making tho Xjnas Cake K B Iv B K B K B K B K B K B K B K JJ K I! KB KB KB KB K B K B K B Raymond is affiliated with the Associated Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta Ask the Secretary about us KIJ MR. EDISON GERMANY AS TO COMMERCIAL POWER ivill not permit such All through -ihc N'ot long since in some quarters it a ldttho haa'getting ready for the openinr Of the! be used on the farm of Meeks Som3 threshing to do Mon-legislature. He went to Card-rton last! BOU tnnft a little. and will go to the capital city little snow in passing through Mon- i shortly. Mr. Wolff will not be a can- Bros., southwest o-r Raymond. The settling of the coal strike hn served as an impetus to the coal bus mess. businesH, and Mr. Thompson has resumed J. W. Wolff, AT.L.A. for Cardston, i i uuuut, uoiniiLions in fl vlsitoi" to Rnvniood on weather conditions, found it iranossi- A Sawyer-JIassey sopnTator, Mormon State, Mr. JlcCarty said and Friday of this Tv-onk, comin- We to enter the regular course. to Meeks Brns- is standing on were soing along as usual. The Salt Lake City, ivHl> Jtr. Cbas. A iricnd, living in a remote dletrirt sidiup wnitinp- In IIP nnlnnrlml An r 11 -rr _.. j rm informed us this week that "Knight Academy published in The Her- ald, had many Interested readers in -'1 parts of Southern Alberla. The Academy, assisted by a her of the Taylor Slake auxiliary as- sociation, will give a "married folks" party in about three weeks. H will consist of program, games ami "Qjd- time" dances., All invited. The Academy invites our friends, Mormon and non-JIormon, to spend a day with us in visiting classcv, and >ecomlng acquainted with the work done in (.he several department. The Juniors have challenged the Seniors for a debate to bo held the Gillies Me Duff ee to Loan on Farm Property A Land Snap that soon be taken 1040 aero Punch .four and one-half miles soulh. of .Raymond. All fenced, good houses stable and corral; first class well and wind- mill. Per Acre; per acre (.-ash. Terms on .Balance. Investiirafe. F. A. GILLIES, JEWELER RAYMOND, ALTA. A. F. McDUFFEE, DRUGGIST RAYMOND, ALTA. A. K. ;ind No Coal Shortage at New Stirling _ _ ____ _____ .._._ for provincial honors at the ing summer weather. (next election, owing to Ihe fact thf-.t .....-......o Manager Clomis and his staff at tho making his homa in SaK coal. I here seems vo be no short- Mill aro busy people Ma WMk CIty. iu ,lc WIls New Doe. "fnil" '5iA Ci'r W''Cat F0rtia U'e 'MrS'ia mixed feed for jClias. McCarty, sr. j P. Weber and W. G. ChrisleliHon isettinK in the winter's supply. William; a car OC mixed feed for The Govornment bridge crew, which Chin.. Thh makes n lor the Government are Tlireo each shipped n car of wheat to Fort. William this week. Herb N'tlson, brotbe Interests of 'the Associated Boards of Seniors for a debate to be held the Trade in Southern Alberta, was an Thllrsdfiy Christmas vaca- lion. The Seniors feel disposed to there, is reported quite in If n vmnllrl tOiln V nil ftc U'HV f A -111... iv iiew ?obo of tmviiiniCars fOT since in this week. Tlireo' "orb Nelson, brother of Mils Xel- ih 1 cident occurred on Saturday after- noon, when B. B. Hicks had his left arm carried around a IL'-inch pulley; bell on his threshei scp. tho Ladies' Aid of the Church nt Raymond about the middle of this organization took this moth- service, od of showing their appreciation of her services. Games were played, music and song indulged in, refresh- ments served, anil a very enjoyable evening spent by nil present. a ,-incn neu on ms inresnei sen-1 In his speech at the meeting of I ho iaralor. No verv serious ininry was lonul of Trade on Weilnesday algal, by him, except a' w YoiuiK. Hiienklnc nf llhc lils' opportunity ,rf j on jiage 1 feed from Lethbrldgo on Wc-dnisdEy.. looking after Christinas time. .1. Ii. Reville, of the Northern Insurance Co., was 111 town this weell some prospects. M Is time to pluiv of the province south" of UUibrldge. Cluis. Watkins has spvereu lii? coi ncirtlnn with the local llvnry ban' Initiates a'second goes to Raymond lo lake a sill] on Har position in Card's barn Ibcrr i, Probllbly lie ichnrllr lias been around this dlatrlc Ihc opportunity