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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Omniibor THE MJTHmUDGE DAILY ITERALU 13 Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufactureri of the Fineit Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALKRS.IX AND BKEKDBIIS 01? FIRST CLASS HOUSES AND CATTLE. THE HOUSES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT OF WTUQII ARK TUItN.151) YEARLY ROME 01? THE BEST DEAET HOESES IN ALBERTA.' HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD, FARM AND RANCH LANDS The Security investment Co. Ltd., Raymond For Quick Salo offer n. snap on a 720 acre fnrm, 680 acres under cultivation, jrood stable, wnter, fences, oxeellont roads and nn easy contvnct. I'riee per acre.. Will take oilier J'nnn land or town in pari payment. An excellent crop 1ms Just boon harvested from this farm and liuid In In flno Bliaiio (or another season. School houso ono half mllo, and oil tile-proposed lino of tlie Grand Trunk Pacific. If yon wiint a snap call up No. 5 Raymond, or drop IIB a lino.. No-tr Hayinond or New Dayton. GEO, H. BUDD, Manager KNIGHT ACADEMY RAYMOND, ALBERTA E. P. ELLJSOX Manager JAS. E. ELLISON Secretary Improved Ranch Land To til number of acres Number of ncrcs under'culm n- iion, 70X Located 'J I---! miles south west of "ilnynioud. Excellent soil, dark rich loam; highest yield of wheat per acre, 52 (Jood supply HP excellent lake joins tl.'e 'anch, also two gooil '.veils. 11 1-2 mile? c-f fencing on ranch. Trice per aeie. including form buildings and macfiiiiory. Also have 76 head of thrflo-yoji old and heavv tlr.u't yrade celts to provid- ing riuu-i fs sold. An imported iiure Smro worth. for sale now. Six years old. For further particu- lars and information, apply to BRIMHALL BROTHERS RAYMOND, ALTA. I that an act of legislation was not ne- cessary to bring about the change. Mark Y. Cannon has come to be a well known and much respected name tin Raymotfd, citizens will find lit hard to refer to the THE HOUSE OF QUALITY WE ARE AGENTS FOR .Do, Laval Cream Separators Siienvm-Williiiins Co., Oils, and Varnishes. Raymond's Activites .-Recorded (Continiii'd from page (called as .Mark Y. Croxa-il. to his work.vHaymond 'Hoard of Trade, was in town on Wed- night, and. addressed a meet- It has for a long time been manifest j o1' of and citi- jto tile Herakl that there is .jiol scat-i J.1.10 "fl "j I interest of tiie Associated Hoards of ing in any central place in town gut- j of diajrict Of the ficicnt 'to accommodate more 'than jjnaln line of tho C.P.K., but including iwenty people or so. It Is only two Medicine Hat. H'lias been felt that months silica n mooting of telephone Unnie association representing the i Bend Ind., Malleable Slecl Ranges. Alberta; whole of the south-portion of--the pro- vince was necessary in order-to work any publicity scheme that misht bo suggested by any part. The assoc-ia- suhscrihers convened in the council chamber anil more than ha'tf the gath ering was compelled to stand. At Hoard of Trade meeting on W-ert- ncsday night every chair was taken, j y0n will al-so act an information Ws believe that the council chamber bureau, and statistics regarding liny is the place for meetings'of this sort or district-will he tabulated and i bu-t why not provide sealing acconnuo- I jlt ioim so aV to be easily aeees- dation? Raymond Board of Trade for reference by enquirers. A jhns planned nn aggressive member- sccroiary will, of course, be kept campaign. Meetings will be held the wiiole of Southern Alberta On i' SoirthenvE'Cpresentiitive MMcD.TAIT i.s beii'in a ilioroiigli cauvns of JiayiiKMHl lo increase the cii'.culation of The Herald; and has aiillioriiy lo collect ontslaniliiig siibscrip-r lions. are offering- The Herald from I his date Io Jany. I, 1913 for in ihe lime to subscribe. Jin the Council Chamber, and-more sea-ting accommodation will be need- i ed. We are of opinion -that the coun- jcil should 'buy' a few comfortabie jchairs. li. A. Amos, i for Southern Alberta for the Hera I gasoline light, has received a siock jiven publicity. The' scheme fowl to station platforms, and let them stand in zero weather till their combs freeze. IE a lieu JB not an ani- mal then the Society should stretch a point, and consider a hen an ani- mal long enough to punish some of the cruel or shippers of crated fowl. The Herald scribe stood on a station platform this winter and looked at a crate that would have of- any humane individual. The lire fowl were crammed or packed into the crate, without room -In move, and in such a position that the birds must have been fairly paral- ysed by their uncomfortable condition. Big Reception at New Dayton Hotel NLMV Dayfbn, Dec. Martin, of S. J, Martin, lias been visit- ii g his sosi for the i week. The reception at ihe New Dayton through an fifEilimfon "ot'HH liojmls of trade south of Calgary. Mr. Loach baen giving one month to Hotel, was one of the biggest and worked Imost enjoyable -functions ever he'd in the town. The building was crowded in every reception room, everybody on festive ivtlire, came to enjoy O'Brien-Naler General It will pay you to pur- chase Fur and Curl-Lined Overcoats from us. We also have a few good horses for sale. Barb Wire and Hog Fence at right prices. I Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. I BUSINESS CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. '09) Office, West of Raymond Opera House 1st Street 'hone 46. Open Day and Night DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South Raymond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS Out of town patients must make ap- pointments bymail or 'phone. PHONE 69 Raymond Alberta nas )aen vlio lias the agency I Of going up ami down this Dart j themselves, ami. didn't go away dis- Qf nilrtressing meeliiigs I appointed. Chas. Lafferty and his hoards of 'trade to join. sister, Miss Adeline, proved them- .'of Ijiinps and sujiplics, and is prepar- j_je at Stirling on Monday night, jseives worthy hosts, and their enter- ling to wire his own shop for the just through his ad-, tainment of their friends will not 'stallation of the system. Tile lamp'I he-re, liaymoinl Board of Trade jsoon be forgotten. Hpace does no't Imrns gas. which i.5 generated froui gasoline, and gives a steady white I light, suitable for either library, lionse or shop lighting. Several of the was revived and filtered into the as- sociation. The annual Tee is Re- sides this a Ic-T of per 100 of pop- ulation is nacic, and if necessary a business houses have lamps on trial seeond levy of S! per hundred of pop- jand ara considering the installation [tijation. For a rate has ,of tlio Heiv. system. It is Mr, Amos' wlicrcby Si per hundred of pop- lintention, with -Uie aid of asBi'Stants u'iatipn is all riiiat will be needed 'to to work the whole of "Uic country enter the affiliation. Counting a i south of LethbridEc thoroughly. The j llolnilation of Raymonil's assess- liiglit is a boon to a place without an ,nellt. will b3 which with SIO -en- j olectric system, and many tha-t electric systems. Stirling in Associated Boards of Trade 'Paul niKl Fred Clarke arc in from their homes leads this we-ok. Hc-rt tilingsoii, for Wil- pianos, was in on Thurs- day doing business-for bis firm. Kveryonc that has a thresher, and is not broken down, L; busy at work. The grain is in '.'.-lir condilion. Welling Needs More Grain Cars Welling, Dec. Jos. E. Pet- erson, who lias been very ill, has recovered and is going around ag- ain. places a total of Geo. H. Braid was appointed, a del- It is said that four small mnbitioiiB oga-Us to the annual meeting in Loth- towns in Kansas, findins; that a rail- j on December 5, where there road will not come to them, are go- j .be discussed such matters as a ing to more themselves bodjly to a{ national automobile highway, the raiiroad. Those towns have a right j inuu-aiitine on stock coining into Ca- idca. They manifest the spirit of jnada, hail insurance and the sending most of -Jie of Southern Al- I Of a heosters' special through th permit of a list of guests, suffice it to say that tlie country was repre- sented for miles a-ronnd. .Mr. Menders .ind Constable Bird, of Warner, attended the reception at the Xew Dayton Hotel on Wednesday night. Jlr. ami lira. E, B. Duell and Bwin le-ft on Thursday for Des Moines, la., where they will visit for six weeks.. Jliss Josephine G-reeno left on Thursday for CarriiiEton, N'. where sha will spend the winter with her sister.' Chas. T. Jenkins left, on Thursday tor Cincinnati, Ohio, where ho will spend the returning in the spring. The .Misses Whilsel were calling in berta. This is tll3 spirit Hint Ray- States nest mid-suihnrcv. ,tlio vicinity of town on Thursday. mond needs to cultivate. have a number of live.' l-.-rogressive men, visiting at the home of 5lr. and .Mrs. Lawrence Peterson, of-Warner 6eo tllc low" j Lamb, O'Brien and Tait, was appoint who are willing lo go ou--t alter tijvido the. town and make a things for the {own: hut wo have a thorough canvas for membership. Tlie i bunch of knockers who sit. at homo j fco js and ov-ery man in Ray- One of Jno. T. Honinger's threshing! .mi, lv.lit lor come mollll iimj district should be a meiii- II does look as if, after A coinmil-iee composed of Mayor i G. C. McDonald eanie. down on Wed- YOIIIIK, and Messrs. Gii'iies, Smith, j m-sduy from Lethhridgrl returning Dr. Keillor, in connection with the brokc llow" tho .'Brinllil111 ihclr way. II does look as if, Girling Drug Store, Is sending out a thls lvoek yon have provided a man wl iiiiiiil.icr of very'preity calciuUirs, un- i'Hie in style ami doyi.cn. The pic- "I don't want any ;md "A blucKjitUV luivc licen used in 'juch that they can bo cosily fram- ed without, any printing nppnnring. TIio I-Ioralil ficknoivledgcs rert'Ipt of ti'B Fawns vlBited a fnw in n on Aloiiilny nifilit. and enjoy- r parly ;is :i hirtli- hiahop. rinnea and music in, iiiijsl'y injirriod n slory or wore luld. There There is a littlo grain coming 10 and a rllh cow he ought to e but. no cars to ship It- .to out and got milk. Pick i rt. Welling 1ms not, !md a car ,hc imckot, and busy. Let up' This is a wretched condition for a grain growing point. The ele- vators are almost full and must he emptied. A. who has been snf-! Igncrf Iwiin AOIN RDUi FVVYP