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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vnr iflil IS SATISFIED WITH PUBUGITYlClME KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros.> Ltd The House of Quality Edison Phonographs I am your Christmas wish, the real- ization of you-r Christnias.desifre. I am the voice of Slezak, the soul of Sylva, the dramatic art of" Sarah am the laugh of Lan- der, the coon shouts of Stella' May- am Sotisa and his entire band, Herbert- and his I am thi KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Kl KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Wheat on the Ridge Sduth of Raymond This Year Went 50 ButKels to the Acre and was Absolutely Free From Frosf R. A, AMOS, Agent for Hen Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and test the new light: We can install a complete sjste.ni- in your home or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our-Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. OFFICE :.SEEKS THE MAN IN RAYMOND ELECTIONS "Ten years ago I took the stand that the office should the man and not too man leek the office. With tliHt Idea I have never cunvMBeti a single rote or hired a cub. and I did wot brwalf tho rule this year." The above wire spoken by Controller Davidwn, of -the Ul city Q( Canada, at the after-elec- tion ipeachea in 1908, the para. might InlMd be taken r.e a (or a ssrmoc on how to conduct TO-NIGHT Ladies Aid Concert Odd Admission 25c Everybody Invited A. F. McOUFFl-E' Retiring Member of 1911: Council esta, and then went about Ills bus, ness, and allowed the ratepayers' t cast a nunbiassod vote, an Ideal election campaign. The men who will not' hire u nor go around begging for votes shows him- self posM.ted of the common sense and entitles him to hold, any office. 'Of course, -there is an and It must be admitted they are in the 'majority, who "will tellyou that the proper way to con- duct a campaign is lo make a person- al house to house create u corner In livery rigs, and begr votes from all and sundry, ll-r. Davidson's ideas and ideals in elections were iiuhe different. He simply published his address in the and went about his private business. No button-holing, no. vote bogging for him. And the people Of Ottawa showed-'their admiration of a man who would conduct-'such.a campaign and they placed-him'at the head of the poll. i: The municipal cifmpaign this year in Raymond -along similar lines. with .tho the Mayor-elect, when11 ho "aid, "I am'not fleeking-.offlce, but if the ratepayers': Eee te: me. I shall do mytiutmost to serve the.town ell." It was continued in the ac- tions of fehasriion nominated for coun- cillors. ..Not one-rat thorn canvassed a-vote, iKV.VQhicld; wss commissioned an.Vi.df.xhom to drive voter's.-to the polling :place, bumble, way, each promised, to'.conduct the a'faii-s that .wouldtpromatei-tne town's inter Four good.men have been selected. Thoy represent varied Interests. One has bad.the honor of re-election, and goes back to the council board with experience behind him. Three of last year's council will sit again this year. All have spent years in the town, and have followed carefully -the townV verled activities, ami know its busi- ness. We iiave groat confidence in turuin gover on the lust day of the year the interests of the town of Ray- aiond to the new council for safe keepiuc. Great Slaughter Sale Owing1 to the backward season, and tho Jaot that thoy had sold thoir store buildings and were forood to vacate by .December 1st, H. 8. Allen Co., Ltd., of Gardston, have about, Worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes, Furs, etc. Wo have purclmsod their entire stock at a LOW KATE ON THE DOLLAR And will pul, tljese goods on sale beginning MONDAY, DEC. mil AT MAiYUFAOTUJlKB'S RRTOES or LESS To he the. greatest sale Raymond has ever soon GOME EARLY AND GET FIRST-CHOICE Raymond Mercantile Ltd. We want your trade. liiiyiiioiid, Alta. Who headed In the Muni- cipal Elections at Raymond A BIG BUDGErOF NEWS FROM RAYMOND Raymond, Dec. on Sun- than sacrifice, than Lumber! Lumber! Say, lir. Fanner! Do you k'now the elevators are full of grain and cars an: nard to .'.Brit don't delay your tbrC'jhinji on tha-i: account. We-hnve any kind of lumber you ivant to build granaries or'bins. Call nnd get es- tlnmtes and inspect, our stock. Polling lots of lumber and doing lots of building, but wn have lo GS'tlmaa1 your bills. Conic and Ms. CORDON, 'STARK-, ALBERTA LAMI5 AND MINT ftAIT is about HO clioice a roiittt -j servo. If you want day morning, 10 -Mr. and Mrs. H. 11, Gardner, a son..... Dr. J, E. Amos sang a very accept- C W. CARD SONS ire of Haymond'Hottl do driy work far Town Phone 37. i'i .Our Livery Rigs will ineet'travellers at any point A. B. System. 'Phone Long'Distance at our expehge. Our Livery Number is 37-B able solo on Sunday "Sun of My Soul." Mias Bertha Llewlyn, of Grassy Lake, is staying at the home-of T. B. Ot-t, and attending the Knigsl Autii- emy. rams." G. TV. Green, manaBer of the J5IH- son Milling and fclevator Co., was a competitions at the bowling alley last week, L. O- Norton the winner in five pins, scoring points. In ten. pins, T. E. Ott imil U'E HAVE 'LAJVtH, TOrXU f47f Sonio shops sull old niuttpn; iiifd fit; lamb.ti'Not here tlmusli. When wo fill your, qnicr for liimb -the best the mark-fit alfofds.'' WE SUPPLY AM. KINOS OF BEST .MEAT IN MARKET THE' RAYMOND MEAT MAiiKF.T PIEPGRASS BROS. PHONE 17 flay but none of the workmen profess- know what was going to ho.' j grocery (or-, the lha Herald, however, has information Urlstmas rush. which will admit of an. announce- in the next S. B.CARD, Agent for Singer Sewing Machines See our stock at our show rooms. Agents for The Imperial OH Co And distributors' for the district. S. B.CARD Raymond, Alta, night, entitled visitor to town.on Monday, coming ;R- A- Fettis were tied for first place at noon in his car and returning In jwitn score of -inc. The prizes wore the evening to tctlibridge. The comneition is '.o'cou. Reid Card, who underwent an op- next wpak- oration at Calgary, some time ago. Is Considerable mystery bo recovering nicely, and will be able in the alterations being i A little' girl came to.the home of jto return home the end of this week; mRde to the old knitting-factory. The Councillor and Mrs. McDuffee on I Ro-val Owen, who once was employ- Herald called at the building on Mon Monday morning of-this week. Mae crt at the Raymond Mercantile looks happier than we have seen iia again behind tho counter In "the him for some weeKi.- 3. B. Card is doing, some buiinesa ;-for the Imperial Oil Co. at Raymond. MaiV fronv'time lo time ack' lnroue1' Its column ;Thij weol- ten barrel! of oil and .ins fOT single copies but "Ue ollne went to Magrath and Spring not. able, to get'them. 'For the i w- A- Parelo'w and S. 6 of Coulee to supply the threshing out- travellers and such ai are- were in Raymond overnicht .nt, a-h work In that vicinity. Mt regular subscribers, single copies The: may be had a; the drill store. They will be opened each evening shortly the mail comes in, and will -be at .1 cents a copy. ft is the new tele- shown, line from Ray- mond will be opened today. '-'The connections are mond end. and have'been' working 'toSard "their Hffic'e.' Raymond Knight returned' :ff6m Sweet Grass on Monday" went on Tuegday. 'accompanied Klrkhim. Mr. The Box Sale is Off X1IAS TRADE-is on. From now, until Jan. Is 1912, I am go- ing to gel' rid of my.big .stock of Cut Glass, WiifchoVs, Clocks' and. prices that you'ctin not, resist, Watch .the window of H. A. GILLIES, JEWELLEK, Raymond, Alberta. liny WILLIE'S OPINION ley -teach-some in Sunday school. It'n blamed .Imrd lo beliuve; Bt Sunday we were told about how God created c teacher told us Adam slept, one morning rather late d God -was passln' by and said, "This man should have a male." God took one of Adam's ribs anil made Eve, quick an scat, d after Adam woke, ho fltild "Well, what d'you Ihlnk of that" on'! see how It could be true, if Kve was bllllt Hku Ma, Who worries all the time, because she's twice as fat as pe, Record Herald. McDuffee Bros, are opening up Christmas goods. The Knlg-ht Acad- pennants'are well worked out, should hare -j good sale. An ex' cellent stock of Christmas cards and fancy goods IB also being making ;t quite unnecessary to i out of town. j R. A. Olllles, local jeweller, is ihow i Ing a fine line of cut a job lot received week from. Toronto. On I'll entire slock orlJI.OOO, Mr. giving an avenge discount :f 2u per cent. A hound .hut up by mlntake in the Up-to-date' barber shop la.t Thursday night, jumped through one lo largo window panes some time luring the niglrf, and left the mark of his departure. A part of tho big stock adverthed the Raymond .Vereantlle Co h.-is "rived from CnrdsJon and is being opened up. An extra staff will re. 'I'Hrecl to handle tho.sale rush' Fur and shoes will be opened up first, At the ;-v In the south look- 'ng up all kinds Of live -stock This "1p they bought two bunches of he-r- aw, near the internalional boundary as the deal Is not closed, no names could bo mentioned. Mr on his account, bought': -00 nead of horsos from the of Cardslon. Thc'6a sm-y. le, at hlsi stable, Cai- "ought a bunch of sheep for' the Buck P. Skonson have op- a counter In of Hy Investment Co., for the sate "''can drawn work, blankets r an ranch, and goes to the Astec Indians of v CHAROED WITH MURBER Edmonton. Dec. Moore head, the young negro employed an porter at the Pemlenn'ln Hotel, was' "rrnlgnetl ycitorday morning for pro- Sunday the speakers were D.. 1'las "'right -and Tho subject dlscui "ov to improve our vernation." Young, of H R, day con- was a limlnary Irlnl, with the mur- hero. lor of nerira.nd Hunter, and At the the.ballots at the Civic moot, for bringing them hom'c R. B. Whitney, of Galata, !wl was In Raymond Ib'dty. In speaking KG of the new homestead district up between Vlrden and Havre, had been much jlkc that of Squtliorn Alberta, b'llt. most of the wheat and what'was' threshed vtas grading No. 1. On'Mondiiy the Blllnqn lllillhg Co.' ''lipped a car of mixed lo.'Vr> couvcr, and'one to Warner, ana.ti' car of wheat to Vbrt William. The' Alberta .Pacific shipped two wheat to Port 'William', and G. P.' h; Johnston and o. A. Terry each shin- g< .ped car. T_. C. w. Nelleen, who- for the jummtr 8f employed it gtlriliif in the MII llrery, and during the fall, l.ai orked In the mill, at Good Old Santa Claus is going his rounds again and Is sure to make a to our store re i superb stock of Xmas goods for you to wlect from. fanry boxes manltmre, toiler, and sha-ring Boia, amok- lp stAionerv, Xmar. cards aid oalemlmra some of t iandnamo artioleu tlint TOU ou chooeo from for gjfta era' Lhud: at V. McDuffee Brothers I Stationery r i) a "i this they have ope tt'ride, lard Skonion and P in Jnnd Rlj K I [Sheriff of I Ing a busj time dary to his territory; elllng ilmo-it lady is to jof bis work recently Da5' ndmlsalon; the homestead Ibc gentlemen must pay half a cent jSlirllnt New Hay pound for partnore. Oenllninen journeys this fall car, nf without partners will he asked for east ot Couth lie seiiur- enuiill h M lbe themselves A weight and basket dunce Is to be "eid. In the opera house at liaymond i on. December 23. Kach a basket, M" f01' tll tleman with the heaviest partner mond of 6u T he of a record crowd. papers have to bo Raymond Iravollcm'thh week wore I.ltttlo of hi C. W .Card, sr.: Mayor YounR "Ight ft! or stole (luring the __ J know when the frsA made. An n rcsnll sevoial huBliwsi men have nta on their books that wllfnot ilkoly he collected; a. hoime that Erts -io its former bwnerV; a horse ?s led back to his home range, ind buggy pulled Into neighbor'! ward. The less rorlunnlo creditors are now kicking thcmsclv-GK for their Itilt.r In IniaiiiesB doadlngs.. Surel the right.i iltnymond' ruloplir'erii1'sc'lec'ted 'four Councillors on Monday, 'iH tho peraonn of T I O'Hrlen, ,1'olin Powclson, F llolfiun and'K. Hicks. The first Ihrpe nrei elected for. a term of two ,ud .Mr. Hlckt fills out the term of C. W. C.rd. who resigned be- cause or burnous Interests at Tub- is-. The mcmbors of last yenr's coun- cil, serving for another are: 'Jm Hawkins and 11. S. Allen. Thl, jives Hie uiakeuup of the council for 1912, (Continurd oir ;