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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTT! PATTT Wednesday, December fi, RAYMOND IS SATISFIED WITH PUBLICITY SCHEME KB King Bros., Ltd. The House of Quality KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB. KB KB KB B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Christmas Bazaar Now open Every thing to please from The Baby to the Aged A better selection than ever before at King Bros., Ltd. KR KB KB KB K 1! KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond has a Million Dollar Industrial Plant The factory beet hinds of (he KN LGHT SUG AT? CO., LTD., reprcMMits an outlay of a million dollars and is the most expensive plant in (he province. POLICY OF RAYMOND'S MAYOR-ELECT Raymond's Jlfiyor -for 1912 needs 10" mun of purls. JJIeinry, both for ourselves und our dosceml- l be muilc during his term of Hills V office, never was n time in the history of our town when the de- mands on the chief were EO Imperative as -today. Tlie very srandi'iir of OUT achievements, and the very mightiness or the lhe ratopnyors of Raymond had in mind when [hey chose John Wllliuni I'JvaiiB to guide -the business of (heir loivn for The callrci on the. Mayor- I'lect. ihiti inornliiff, iiml was uble to set lilm TO map oirt and sign Ilia working policy for next year. "We prlut It be- "1 laving been el or led by tion to the office of Mnyo acclanm- Hie town In strictly sanltnry condition. "J ftivor combining (lie office ot Hceretury-trensurcr of Llic town anil Hie office oC sucrotni'v-treasurer of Llie School Board; also combining ilic of- fice of town marshal! with the office, of Iruant oiTicur, so thai the entire time of those who fill these offices be devoted lu Ihe work of Of Ray- public by I'ori-es I inoud for 1012, I wish lo Umuk thc.el- salaries tlnil fur liiuir in m> can of the comneirnt be paid for chis (.Teases i lie responsibility and makes lo tlic HlTairs of the "1 it more necessary "that- Mayor, conn- 'town.. And In -return for llii? kludly the Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Have a full stock. Come in und Icl. us explain hcnv the new light works. We do in- stalling in store or home. E. A. AMOS Raymond. Alia, (.'Ulors and citizens should feel tlint expression of confidence. I shall cn- upon them devolves rhe direct re- deavor to. iidminisicr the duties ol" j sponsiblltty of seeing that the bnsi-i'he Mayor's .office in :t conservative, ness of tbe town is directed by wise i business-like manner, looking always nnd coiiserviUive men. Many vexing problems are before lhe council for solution, and thc ex- jecntive ability of thc mayor, will be put Lo a severe test. The Dry-Fnrin- iag Congress at Lcthbridge in 191? j will mean much to Southern Albci-Ja, und much to the of Hnyniond. Tho Jlnypr-will he called upon to ait end bamjucls'and meetings of dif- fevciit .kinds, where his powers will tested besi'de those of olber SouUi- i Alberta, He will need TO j be a "talking" us well as a "work- J humus, the schools, [he tihurchosrand Ing" mayor. All Lhese (iiia'iific.itiona jtlie business houses, with a view of (o the best interests of Ihe ratepay- ers. "I favor making as many and such in.blU: improvements ;is nre consist- ent wi'tb "the financial conditions of Iho town, and operating tbe water- works system In the most economical way, so us to make it, ;is inr as 'pos- ible, a .self-sustaining system. "I favor a continuation of the moral condition of -the rowii. "1 favor the health officer visiting, at least twice during the year, the S. B. CARD SINGER SEWING MACHINED Have received a .shipment of put ii p. in oak ;uid wnlnnt. displa3' in t.lio Show Eoom at the WE ABE FOK THE JMPE'RIAL OIL CO. ist unloaded a tank car of oil anrt a car of barrel oil and gasoline WE SELL WHOLESALE S. B. CAKD We have. sold this week sixty-five .horses from our Ranch aud are now breetlhig only registered Clydesdales, Our Livery Rlgi will meet traveller! at any point on the A. R. i. I. lyitfm. 'You phone long diltance at our expenie. Our number ll 37B. are Proprietor! of the Raymond Hotel do the dray work for -the Town C. W. Card Sons Raymond Presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Lovey .Other Raymond News naymond, Dec. anil Rodorick La fry, who for ibout four yean Heen connected with the they will prohably manage the Card lurm south Of town. Raymond's freight hualnesa last week required tho use ot more than JO cars, nme of.theao wheat. Tho Knight Sugar Co ra- celved from Lundhreck anil Blair- more 36 carloads of coal; James H. L. Thompson and n. A. Fet- llj each Bot a car of A. n. ft J. coal n.nd the Ellison Milling Co. a favor a vigorous campaign for I Collection of taxes, antl electric I light bills "In brief, I stmul for a united, clean, progressive IJuyinond. "Some reference lws been made lo my connection with me Knight Siv Company, and in Ihis-.respect T wish to say that the officials of Lhe com- pany have neitiler expressed them- selves for or against me in accepting the nomination for Mayor, aud .I would like the ratepayers-10 clearly understand that-my nets In.-the caj> acity of Mayor will be (.he acls of J. a citizen of- the town of Raymond, and "that I will according to my best judgment.deal justly with all and show special privileges to "J. W. EVAXS." Great Slaughter Sale the backward, son son 'Inet tluil tlii'y had sold' Ilioir store buildings tind were forced vacate tlu'iin by December 1st, II. ,S. Allen Co., Lid., of Curdstoii, have (iboul, Worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes, Furs, etc. "We Jiiivo purchased their, entire, stock at a LOW KATE ON THE DOLLAW And will, put tbcse goods on sale beginning- MONDAY, DEC. .lltli AT FLUC'.U.S OL- LESS To be I.Jie greuti'st sale Eayinond hns.ovcr seen COME EAHLY AND GET FIKST CHOICE Raymond .Mercantile ...Co., Ltd. We want your track. Ruyinond, Altn. RAYMOND RATEPAYERS HOLD ANNUAL MEETING J. W. Evans, Mayor-Elect ond cleaning. This was :m ex era ex- pen-so Hie Works uiiil Prop- seeking election, hut if elected he woull clo his beat to serve well in the cujKicHy of flavor of Raymond. Seven Names for Councillors Tlie Mnyor explainer] Ihat owing thiapartoi by Acclamation Elect- ion for Councillors Raymond. Dec. The annual c meeting of the ratepayers held RaJ'uiond is 2 1-2 per cent., or, 25 expenditure had been commi'tcee. The limit iniidG by his of assessment the Opera House ou Saturday Ot "lls more "mn eriy Committee.- Vlayor Reports For Finance Committee Allan had to be absent th.c Designation of C. Card, whose -Mayor reported Com' K mittee. Ho said that no unnecessary io ilicluue his successor in the list GOHUUN io lucliiae his successor in the list of nomination. The members of Hie council whoso terms expire xi the closo of arc: C. A. R ilc- one-half j Uuffee and P. B liolfson, leaving H. an- was 'the largeEt ever held in Hay-' goes into "Ie public School treasury. [S. Allen nnd .las. Hawkins still mond, and the Interest greater than Tlle Iau' that the School j-ear lo serve. ever before manifested. Mayor B. S. "lust he frrst siitlsflcd, and then j Names were asked 10 fill these four Voting was In the chair, ami Secre- lhe tow" nu's' its business on vacancies, and the TOllowing names tary-Treasurer F. T. Holt, at the sec-iwllat ia 1cCt Tlle of course, werc proposed: John Powelson, by retary's table. jmust collect the whole taxes. 'As an i'essrs. Knight and McCany; K B. The first matter ur business was lin'lllcement for ratepayers to pay their Hicks, by Messrs. Bennett null Budd; me reading of a financial statement taxcs Cllrly jn the year a discount of Bernnrd Smith, by Messrs. Fox and by the Secretary, showing the 'assets 5 pCT on all taxes .Allrcd; F. B. Rolfson, by .Messrs. and liabilities of the town io date. pa'rl prior to October 31. The town nudd and Lnmb; Hark BrimhaH. This report given through the to hcar this expense of rebate, "y Jlessrs. King and Hnhler; T. J. O'-' I courtesy of the Council, hut yns not I the Mayor said, has 75 Brien, Messrs. Allen nnd McC'arty; an audited statement, nnd will of ne- nilles .of streets, needing culvert A Gillies, by Bishop Anderson and cessity undergo changes between now and thia was a antl the close of the fiscal year. Geo. H. Dudd asked Tor a report from tho School Board, but as Sec- rotary Bcnnot was detained at an ttie town's finances. Waterworks heavy drain Charles -McCarty; A. F. .McDuffee, bv 'Messrs. Lamb and Powell; Geo. T. Wrldc. by Messrs Brimhall and Rudd. For waterworks extensions, the de- 5lessrs. Urlmhnl henture account had to be discounted havo tlle'r _. _______________......... other meeting, this was not so that on an issue of HO.OOO Il1e'r 1111 later in the evening. and Wride asked -to nes withdrawn, and was grinned, leaving Joilly was realized and a new EeVen names to be presented for no; ination. TO MAKE A LONG TALE Cut it and to nialre our prices ou lumber popular with builders and home makers we have cut lUeui' doun also. will challenge anyone in oi.r Hue of business to cut prices on the same- quality of high grade build- ng lumber any lower than we huvi done, and we are offering the very jest fliat is "cut down1' from tbe forest LAMB AND MINT SAUCE Is about as choice a roast as you can. serve. 1C you want if good WE HAVE TENDER Some shops sell old mutton nnd call It Iamb. Not her.e, though. AVhen we [ill your order for lamb it's the best the market affords. WE SUPPLY ALL KINDS BEST MEAT IN MARKET RAYMOND, STARK ALBERTA THE n Piepgrass Bros- .7. W. Evans thought that a resort Issue necessitated. This of the work of the Council should be I payable part in 20 years and part In'l School Board liven, and the Mayor called on, the! -10 years, none of the principal falling Tn? meeting proceeded next to the' chairman of committees, wh0 report-1 due for ten years. The town does ctloicc successors (or the ed verbally. j begin to pny next year in ad- tne School Board, T. O. I Reporti of Committee! dilion to the above, besides about aiHl 0- All red scrving'l Councillor Rolfson, for the ot debentures. There In In terms, and the following cases of 'thc town mnlio" dollars worth of as- 'nrec were suggested to com- sported to his 2essablc property and the school tax plelc thc board: Geo T. Wrlde, propos- not meon thai :ror inl' amonts 10 by T. J. O'Brien nnd fiudd. not lien, that W r ,.D. A Bennett, by Messrs. ISvans and qu .Ud for M.yor stions from Bennett, hy Messrs. ISvans and -II. N'alder, by MOBSI- and Budd Gillies McDuffee to Loan on Farm Property i- A Land Snaj) itliat will soon be taken :I040 aero Ranch four and one-half miles south of J-uiymoTid. All fenced, good houses stable mid corral; .first class well and wind- mill. Per Acre: -H6.00 per acre cash. Terms on Balance. Investigate. R. A. GILLIES, JEWELER RAYMOND, ALTA. Committee, slated that dastltutlon bad been re; ommittee. This does __ ___.......t flaymond has no poor peotiie, but Is alhor a tribute to tlie various ac'llv- 'J- 'W' Eu'nt N lies of the Mormon Church In carlnir I several or its poor. Quarantine palienls which tlie Mayor answered' j On Monday Jlr. Dennett neglected lau returned Trom Sweet Grass ere iirovidcd Tor to the extent nf nominations for thc Lis hiving Monday night, where he hnd 'been A.'F. McDUFFEE, DRUGGIST RAYMOND, ALTA. NEW DAYTON New .D.ayioii, Dec. E. FOFB- I from Tabsr. The outgolui freight linn of C. W. Card and Soni, at Ray. mond, left an Monday tp spend the [consisted of a car of baled bar winter at Chipelton, Glen Kindle, In by C. Neltaon, and cnnslened Aberdeenahlre, Scotland. _ Mr.'and Mn. Lovey have been five )n Canada coming to Raymond first a, u, Jno. T. Henlnger, Company sent out four" car. rf suit for Marshall Holt, and not jr., his farm at Welling. Mr. Lev. to Edmonton, one to Mich- extra police io maintain order oy Is an eicelleul horseman, and bis B. C., one to Calgary nnd one to to IJyde Saundars, of Lethbrldge, and a car of timothy from Jno. Wail .lo Han'ra- lian, of the same city. Tlie Knight during tbe year, till. for a but tills account is collect- hle, and the sum will be returned to the town treasury. Councillor .Mr.Duffce, for the Com- nilttfte on License and Police, report- ed few disturbances and little 113'J foi flee of mayor -were asked for. J. W. lo the country could not be spending u few days. Jlr. Rodebaek; of Rnyniond, was a knowledge of borse troubles waa pui to good use ID bli poelUon aa maiia ger of the Card livery. Mrs. Lovey proved herself a food angel lo ni2.ny A -tired traveller by milting him com- fortable it. the Card Hotrf, lad the not eoon bt forjottea by the ITS- lellins public. On Saturday night: hotel per- 3or the Card family and boarders at, Jthe Hotel Raymond, Mrf. il.ovey with a handsome ring. -Mr. 'J.ovey was also lha recipient of a rind fl'rom Mr. who takci of 1hu barn, f .Mr. anJ Mi's. Lovey art; fxpeclad to Hiyuiuud In Lethbrldge. The Ellison Milling Co. irere ilio large shippers. A car of fead from their Raymond nil] iveot to W hls beet efforts to the welfare of the ary lst 1S1Sl The new furnace .the church is not working'well, and Wm, Parla. the contractor, is coming over this week to look It over. Mr. Tail's subject nest Sunday will I he "Strength blessing fJ- B. Miller, of Lothbridgc. n-ho owiie a farm south of Now Dayton, came down on Monday nnd made ar- rangements for threshing, returning by Monday night's train. Mr. Cousins, father or C. T, Coos- Ins, manager of Decker ami Tales' lumber yard. Is seriously ill In Gait Hospital Lellibriclge, ami on Friday Mr. Cousins was called to his bedside. Passengers the city this week wore; Messrs. McDonald, Harrison, 'Viltc, Kcofo and Blake. Luke It. E. Watklns' face Is still giving him some trouble. As soon .IB the G. A. McCulloch Is still receiving Jaiv eraws the broken subscriptions for the Herald. jlootb w'n De eriractcil. urned from Committee, wai pre8ent at tuc nieetibe, but Conn- clllor McDutfee, a member committee, made a verbal statement, as lo what bad been done. Good use has been mads of the town team, and Broadway shows the result. ell hai proved himself capable man street superintendent the work of building now onos had trongly opposed, to thc Alnnrepherlc (listnrbaii- Bgniusl the best Intmcsls of Iho town promler of Saskatchewan, nrrlvml In IM'S din-lug ,hc summer rauaeil n ".urge anil dclrlinontiil to the moralu of the Ibc napllnl today. II Is undcmnnrt qiiantrlr of .lit lo ho cnvrkd Into VOUIIK people In closing inc. IrriKatlou dltvhM, tu8rp4ilhrlM.il i WALTER SCOTT IN OTTAWA Otliwa, Doc. VV'mtnr Scott, at he will sec -Mrs. L. Knapp loft for Raymond o Monday, whore she joins Mr. Knapp i Hie Atkhm' threshing oulfi-.. Mrfi. H. Atkins waa n visitor to Riivrrnniont In Knymoiid ou.Monday, driving over to McUulloiili bellur mraii. u-hin-i! ber husband Is IhrfshiiiK, soulh- cnsl. comer nf Iho province. A rholr in connection wll.ll church will hn l.hit; week at 11 ineMinc al. Iho home .of O. A. H Is' ihf! puriione of (L'or.LinuiiU.un .paji; ;