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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta tEtHBnTPfiE.DAILY Siiiimlay. RAYMOND IS WITH PUBLICITY SCHEME KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Ltd. The House of Quality Edison Phonographs I am your Chrishniis wish, tlic n-.-il- pi' your (.'ln-Lstina.s desire.1 a.m. 'the voice of Mlezak. I he soul of S.Viva, the-dramatic art of Savali am the laugh of Lan- der, the coon sliouts'ul'-Stella May- am Soiisii and bis entire band, Herbert and his 1 am King Bros., Lid. K B K B KB KB K B K B KB K B K i: i Raymond Flour For Hong Kong Twelve cars of .flour, niaiiul'acl.iired from Raymond wljcal. al llie "Haymond .mill-, lit is year shippetl lo KBJGRANTING OF A POOL AND BILLIARD KB KB K'B KB KB K B KB E-B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB LICENSE WILL, BE OPPOSED AT RAYMOND; In bis address ;it the ratepayers' mecilnx last Saturday night, Itiiy- inond's referred to the ni- bllllurd ubie ii too ox- ve for private1 hcmes, it is usually :found in connection with or pub- illc blllianl rooms; hence, while tuor that a billianl licence would to play billiards if the sum. Sad stories have been told in po- lice by .sorrowful fathers of way- ward sons, of loss of money, char- acter ami reputation, and the. spirit of idleness, gambling and dissipation re- nskcil for in Raymond and came out as [environment were healthy, yet know- suiting from playing billiards. Last strongly opposes to the granting of i ins that the associations "re usually -winter In an address iu ---he Children's such, ills reason for this we presume not so, v.-e take ihfi ground that Ray- Aid Shelter, the police magistrate of is thir. the plank iu bis policy publish- Coinici.l should consider bit-.Winnipeg, made the statement that l.e i il iu the last issus of these papes, j Hards as not expedient for the town, .believed that the pool and billiard j which roads: "1 favor a continuation i and if the application for a licciwe is room was responsible for much of tiie' of the clean, moral condition of the i submitted, that it. should be. refused. juvenile crime of, the present (lay. the can be better carried out with-1 When persons play in billiard rooms, atmosphere of -these places is tilmost uut a biliard parlor. Tho Herald correspondent has no ob j they pay a certain amount for the use universally bad. and there is the then, usually, play as'ti trail Troin the pool room to bar t Great Slaughter Sale N) backward .season and l.lio fad Iliat'llioy had 'lln-ir siorc iiii'd worr j'ori'od lo vac-ale iDocember Lsl, H. hi. Allen K Co., Ltd.. oK'anlstooJmvo a bo it I: Worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes, Furs, etc. have purchased liicir entire si-oi-k al a LOW HATE OX Til K JWLLAIJ And will pul lliese on sa-le, i MONDAY, DEC. llth AT -Jl-A X F KA.CTH REK'H l.'.HKJES.oi: LESS To bo sale .Ray.moiul Ims.overseen. COME EARLY AND GKT MUST CHOICE Raymond Mercantile CQ., Ltd. We want your trade. liiiynioiid. (self. It is purely .one of skill, and is as innocent as, bowling, croquet'or crick- Why this is so. tt is of less im- j Hence for ;his small stake j parlance than the Tact that il is so. II at lirst, if net'for drinks .or a larger a condition, not K. A. AMOS, Agent for Hera Gasoline Lights and Supplies Gome in and test the new liglif. We can install a complete system in your Lome or business place. -An excellent light for eliurehes, 0ur Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alia. Raymond Town Council Holds an Important Meeting C. W. CRAD SONS We are Proprietor, of the Raymond Hotel and do the dray work for the Town Call Phone 37, Our Livery Rigs will meet travellers at any point on the A. K, I. System. Long Distance at our expense. Our Livery Number is 37-B Thoue S. B. CARD, Agent for Singer Sewing Machines See our stock at our showrooms. Agents for The Imperial Oil Co distributors for the district, S. B. CARD Raymond, Alia. NEW STIRLING Kew Stiriinr, Deo. Mr. and, Mrs. p. .Feber were pauengers to Leth- on Thursday. W. H. is ill Iu Left- bridge with rheumatism. li. Milter and Miss Was- fcon vlrited the city on Thursday. Wm. Filter lias iu Lethbrldge (Ills irwk arranging for the furnish- ing o( Prairie Queen hotel; which bellere IB to bo opened shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. D. Lockie left on Monday night tor the soutb, where they will winter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Loclcie will be missod from the and church life of New Stir- ling. A hunch of Indians from Browning, Mont., stopped off at 'New Stirling, tion ol candidates for Oddfellowship. About ton in embers were received. Stirling received three cars of coal tbii week. The-'Taylor 'Milling, and Elevator Co. got'one, and and Fred Homeric one. It was all ui' good quality. Wheat continues 1o come in, ami the roads aro in splendid condition for marketing The platform coirtiti- uea lo get its shipments "of wheat. The Taylor Elevator this week ship- ped itffo car loads. Stirling: will be fairly cleared of residents by Christ mas' time. Mr. and Ms. O.'D. Lockle left this week. Miher ia to go this week and, and Sir. and -Mrs, Arch. Jeffrey early next week. MlM Watson, 'Misa 'Gleasou and j lilaco they will vliH friends on the .Hlooil Indian roaervc. T. J. 51. Wciilynjf, road for A. R. ami I. lyBtwn, was in town on Thursday, on an inipection tour nnd went the Cardston hrahch on the evonie train. 11. P. Atkla and A. B. Car- liElon, took the train south this week, <.'n route for Bristol, England, where ihry will spend the winter viwiting frlunda. M. I.. Miller wan' In Utymoml on il tending Dec. regular monthly meeting of tho-tqwn council was held in the Council Chamber on Thursday night, Mayor Young. In the chair, und Councillors Rolfson, Me- and that the goods charged Duffo. and Fox and Solicitor cliecked and accepted. Jir. Biison-stated to'he Mayor, hefore he left that- it. .would .he a .month be- fore suitable '.coal and promised thru us soon'-av3 coal was secured thb light suplied would be satisfactory. In collection with the account of Z. K. Skouson, it. agreed -that the retary-treasurcr he instructed to Is- sue a check as soon as the Works and property. Qomruittee notify him' thn-t t-ho leak nt tfie schocl has been Lnwrie ar Imd the board. .Council adjourned to Friday, De- A 'Breezy Budget of Raymond News The resignation of Napier Smith ns :it. 11 o'clock in the morn- town auditor was received and on., which .date iill accounts ag- cepied, anil the secretary-treasurer jajnst the, town in the hands notified to advertise for a successor. of seretary-treasurcr, F. T. Holt. A.communiation from H. TJ. Thomp- son, coal dealer, "asked that his license fee for be refunded owing to the fact that he has not been 'ab'lc to get coal. It was decided by councii to make license Cor 1911 to all coal dealers one-halt the regular fee, The Relief Society wrote asking the council to construct a crossing across Second street North at the intersec- tion of-Second stVeet V.'est. decided to put plank across iho loud- Mr- and cinder, at either end for, a Pawl, are guests-or Miss Witbeck. crossing on Columbia avenue at tim Tithing office. Tenders -were received for the local mprovement and Waterworks deben- tures; -the local improvement iimoimr- ing to -and the .waterworks to j The Wood-Gundy Co., of Tor- onto, offered' S1S.S16 for both deben- :nres; Grant, Koxon and also a Toronto firm, tendered for the local mprovement debentures- ind for the waterworks C. IT. Raymond." pec. H. 'Uould is now on the dray Cor C. Card and and Mrs.' A. 'Whitney, of ire guests-of-Miss AVit J. A. Tulle, of Calgary, was in town on Tuesday-night, and-wrote up Dyoi1 insurance iu the Oddf Company. Ciias. T. Cousins, "manaser of-Beck- and Yates' lumber yard at New ay ton, was a visitor on Tuesday. M. L. JJHIer, the firm cf-Miller and New Stirling, attended the initiation ofc candidates -ru ilie Oddfellows' ball on Tuesday n'ght. H. It. John-jton, v, manager- of 'tlie Burgess and Co., of Toronto, bid only, m the waterworks debentures, and he sum offered 'I be Na- .ional Finance Co., of Toronto, for the same debentures offered After carefully cons i dor ins nil the .eiiders and 'their conditions of ac- cepUri.n.8, it was moved by Cour.Hlors -IcDuffee and Rolfson that the tcn- ler of Messrs. Wood-Gundy and f.o., of and accrued Interest, pay- ment and delivery .Raymond, for. six per cent; debentures, repay-' iblc. id twenty equal annual instal- nents of principal and interest, be accepted, subject 'to their arcptrtnce f bonds in 'denominations authorized ;y the respective bylavw. Carried. During r.he consideration of "accounts ircscnted for payment the mini of Wednesday nighf, fcoliiii: quite strong Iowa farm, was in. town on Tuesday, and, was initiated Into the Raymond lodge of Iixicpendeifc Order of .Odd- fellows. S, B. Card has received, another consignment of Singer Sowing ma- chines And is unpacking them for delivery. G. Vv. McDaniok ami family left this week for tho South. M r. McDan- iels intends looking over the north- ern states before; down ain to Geo. H. Budd visited his sister, Airs. Walter Duncombe, in Taber, on Tues- day of this 'week. Will BelltK, who has been 111 Gait Hospital, recovering from