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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, Knight Sugar Company, p f' -Raymond, Alberta Manufacturer! of the Finest Quality of Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BREEDERS .01. FIRST 'CLA8S HORSES AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE PURE 1VRED8, OUT WHICH ARE TURNED OEE YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST DRAJT HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTV-eiGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON JAS. E. ELLISON Manager Secretary Improved Ranch Land Total ini'ra'her of acres Kumbcv of ncres under cultiva- tion, 70J. l.oi-atcd miles south west of ilaymond. Kscollent soil.'dark' rich yield of whcnt per acre, 52 tmshete. l God w .t i supiilv rtllcut lake joins va.ich, ilsi two gond II 1-2 mlloB r.r fencing on rand'. I'MCB ISO.OC per ccie, including farm bulldlngE and., nnchiiiury- Aisn l-.dvc .75 head of three jn old .in I two cur neavv .U-.it't snide, celts to iiK iai'1 i> sold A i importcil iiurc '.ired S'ulre "Hup- wqrth Vajor for sale now. Six years old. l-'or further particu- lars and information, apply to BRIMHALL BROTHERS RAYMOND, ALTA. Miller Degener THE HOUSE Of QUALITY .WE'-ARE AGENTS FOR JJe Laval Ci'cam Seimfatoi's Shcrwiii-WillianiN Co., Paints, and Vnrnishes. South Hcixl J lid., Malleable Steel Itangcs. Stirling, Alberta. I'prt.h.e Hera Id' will lie ru- ecivccl by Thel'ostOlTiceat8firliiig. A. D. Splxvan A. V. M'cDuffee. Eaynipjul. Single Copies on sale at McpuJ'i'ee Bros., liiiyiiion'tL We arc offering tlie, .Daily Herald from fcliis date 'to January 1.'1918, for W.MCD.TAIT Our Southern: Representative., THIRf IB NO MTTfR' IrJVIiTMf NT OFFERED THAN GOOD pi'lit I" A'Ofiovif.INO TOWN .V' i We Have to Von at the 1'fiije j Would you buy terms suited your condition? sell you first class town property that will double In price in three besides rcturtilue the Internal you pay on Investment., A town with flrnt-clasa achools, good water workn. mill, elevators, railway faclllllM. sugar factory, banking initltutloiu and'general mcrchaiidlse with plenty of opportunities open for the thrifty Might, to.appffiil to you. It will not coat you a cent to Just give us a chance lo -talk over the matter with you. The Security Investment Co. Rapond GEO. H. Mgr. A Big Budget of News From Raymond (Continued Iroin More Sheep for Welling Walling, Dec. Mrs. W. X. Wilde has liad -iuotbcr severe aKack or 'illness. On' Monday night her friends were 'quite concerned about lier condition. Ernest K. Bullock, JT., who has been on a in K? si on io the northern States returned on Tuesday last. Mr, Bullock cnme to Stirling hy train and wtia met.thoro on Tuesday find driven lo his .father's homo here. Jos. C. Peterson has invested in ;i new Riinilfty 'separator, and is now tin hihhig u.u threshing on Kins Bros. farm. The old scpnrntor had hecotno out, and was giving a good deal of (.rouble hy con stunt, (Towns. Jno. T. Ilcninger, jr., is oi> way froni Montnnn, with n, buncli o" nbout 2600 sheep, purchased- by Iiiniflelf nnd Hay( The sheep being driven, nflrpss eon 11 try, aud will not arrive till 'tlits onti of this week. WeMIng still continues to set a few curs will, which to Qinpty. her full olovatorii. Lam' week, three, cnra of whont were flhippnd to Fort William. This not by any, means, roltcve the congeation the olev.itoi'B. cnn UK 25 earn more thin At the lervicti Kis-t Sunday two members of the Sunday School Honrd of ttift Taylor Slakn gnvc nddrcanfln. Harris Willing words of cn- (o the Sunday School workers, while Instructor Hracubaeh. tin; Knight Academy, made com par isons between people in the I ami people in the towns, concluding that 'those living in the .country'have as great opportunities of ael-f-cnlture I -AS those living in the larger cities. Elder Pope was present, an dgave a doctrinal acrmoiuon the teaching: of I'aul as compared with that of the earlv church. KNIGHT ACADEMY NOTES Raymond, .Dec. mid-winter courfie han opened, and already !nl students have reglitered.' Pros 'reels look good heavy registra- tion. The faculty held an important sueiv ial meeting on Tuesday after chapel, ;tt which specific plans for the .'titure eceived considerable attention. Miss Frances Rasmiisten, our elo. futionisl, has In hand several school ys from which she will soon select one to he put on the students. Miss Chnrlqtto Wotiel, our English .teacher, lins jilst received word of tile death of licrra.unt In Suit Lako Clly an estimable lady with whom Mls.i for several ycira. Ur. .1. S. Wray has kindly consent- ed to apeak ai. a separate meeting of the hoys, along the lines of conduct und cleanliness of body. Gcorao Brewerton la making an ov- cellcnt clieor Connection's have lioon nmda 'wiih .the town water system, 'somothing (for ivllich we aru nil very grateful. three now counclllora and 'three wltli experience on last year's board. F. .f. Cummlnif, of the Farm Secur- ity Co, o.r Lethbridge, wan In town Jon Monday, on business tor his com- pany.. Asked by tbo Herald scribe how he found conditions in Raymond 'district, he. silld that there was more 'money in I ho than lu; cxpcct- iod. His company 'have about fifteen [deals to settle ill the Raymond dis- trict aud -Mr. Cummlngs was quite optimistic that all the money owing .be In sight when It became due. Asleep about threshing opera- tions, ho was of the opinion -that ev erytMns would he cleared up this week, if the weather was favorable, i Mrs. Weed and B. Spencer Voling wore visitors on Sunday to the Mut- iml Improvement associations at Stir Una. In the Indies' Mutual the study of astronomy was taken up ana the suujert Other Mor'ds Than Ours Bai In addition lo this tue lagifar series In The Studj of Creation uis m (tlio discueBiou of The making Of a jhome or a man Mr 01115 secietarj of tlie Stake (Board )isited the Mens Mi where the Efonomic of Agncul ture was the subject _: How land is olit lined tn Canada the discasscd "md under yt eame he regulations for hoinesteailiilgV8ud filing pn preemptions n Villager Green of Mill' ing and Kletator la JUB m 11 on to remaik that the [ililk ridge not odutirig5the best of winter 'to fteintoj.4. 'Jfart' fifteen acres thitjspio Hftj bushels o' Alberfn Hed absolutely free-'Crom frosi. It was Myriin Steed. trie Sunday school entertainment oil Friday night was a great succesn. flrandley was In tli'e chair, and those" taking- part. The proKrurnmc was Choral, si.'qool pupils of room; recitation, Lortns Holtnaii; readlni, Itiy "rtii-dy-riolp, read- ing, Lewis Hrandlej; duet, Louie Ol- er Ilattie Clt'rke; solo, Miss Hat- tie Clarke; quartette, the Clarke fam- ily, made up of .Misses Kittle andi Ellae aud Messrs. Rlley and Saul. During.-the programme the gasoline cf the went out of the tank causing a roaring noise and great People ran out of the building, but no one was Injured in the scramble. The affair concluded with a dance, the mirsic for' which was supplied by Duncan.Weaver, Fred'Davis and Ji'ltB ilattte "Clarke. i NEW DAYTON C. A. McCullouih-lias been euffei Ing trom a severe'cold. T. Couslni, last week re- signed his position at Becker and here, has to his farm east of town to reside for a while. i he interior of L H Duncan store iits undergone euausuu utroratlous In the Chrifltruas rane now well bogtin Kailroad men litttle south pf and none between Stirling anil Lethbrldge New Dai. ton iud a double portion tt m j was a tlsitor to mond on Frtda) laal dritlng ovei in the 'returning in the otenims r tlr and W H Oorril weic tisuors 10 LettbrJaxe on ineiiaorc Couttfl spent -iuu0ay ttttn JjUj'jIaUr MIS lotm u Dai tpu Lliscomti Ij L McDonald ami p it Warren lo J.eintji uige ainte taut Isaue J lie, couiractora are bun on the Ip tlie teV t.auadtan Bank o" commoice Hie com piece and it Is thought the liuilding will be ready to occupy hy the Natv loir air. and .Mrs. W. Shields, who nave- been visiting Mr. Shields' bro- ner. at have returned to their home at Tjrells rake .U LJ. Duncan shipped fifty chickens on Saturday to Piche and Miron, of i.etlibrwje. "Tpe birds w-ere raised uy S. Hentz, on his larm south of New l Jay ton. u. li. Miller, who owns a -farm south of New .Dayton, and west of Warner, .was in town on Saturday to 0ct a mill to thresh his gram. Bros, pulled an outfit home rom the .Alberta wheat growers' .irra on Saturday, having finished .vork there. A gas explosion In toe new furnace .it. the Presbyterian Church on Sun- 1) morning blew the doors of urnnrie open and, blew the stopper out of the pipe bole in the church uen the people went to service tho ouiidiug was filled with smoke and H Look some time to-clear It. A. .M. Kosselcr and Mrs. Kesseler itttirned Saturday night from a iiru'ntinK expedition in the toothills.of the Kpckies west, oi N'' Javton. brought home a deer and S coyote. He reports same plentifu.l, out found it difficult to linve a tent, owing to the ex- treme high. wind. Mr. and Mrl. Kesceler drove to the foothills and re- turn. .tlesars., Hobt. Foster, Deo. Whitiel, .1. .Marshall and T. Duncan left on Sunday for their, homcs'ieads on 1-4. Tliey took w-lth them three wagons loaded with provisions, apd are pre pared for a spell o'-winter If It should Come. A 'very successful dance and con- corf, was Held In Ihc School home at Tyrell's Uke on Friday ntgbt. xaymond and New Dayton were re- presented, and altogether fifty people gathered for the evening. Mr.' Oreono supplied the music. After the Inter- mission and lunch, songs and recita- tions were given, and a .very enjoy- able time was spent. Aieesrs. McKay, Dunbar and Me- uulloligli: were visitors to the Miami farm on Sunday last. They report r.io grain turnliiE out splendidly, but sTill a great area to tlircsb. About seres of wheat and'SOU acres of onts are still standing In the shock. The separator has been giving; the tnreshers considernDle trouble, and nelnyed operations. An entertainment is being arranged for Tyrni'a School house on Decem- riffr yy. to mark .Ihe'cio'iing or.the urst half of tli6.s'ctiool'..t6rin. .A pro- 'grammi being pieparitd by '.he General Merchants It will pay you to pur- Fur and Curl-Lined Overcoats from us. We also have a few good horses for sale. Barb1 Wire an'd Hog Fence at right prices. .if Phone 13 Raymond, Alfa. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. S. WRAY (TOR. in) Office, Weit of Raymond Opera House ISl Phone Opan Osy ind.Njght DR. KIELLOR Office Lbt, Si. West and ..1st, Si. Soulli Raymond Albertji BUSINESS CARDS T. J. O'BRIEN Liovnced CORRHfONOINCE Raymond, Albarta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Out of town patients must make ap- pointmenti by mall or 'phone OHict Hours' Mornings Afternoons PHON.E Rayiuoiul Alberta RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH Of CHRIST OF C LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAV' SERV1CB9- Sunday School, 10 a m Afternoon Sbnilce, 3 pm. Evening Service, 7 pm JOHN P. ANDBPBON, Ullhop. CHURCH W. McD TAIT, MlMionary. Hajmoud, Alta. Subject for Sunday, Dei'- 1'lh: "A Woman's Memorial" Mark 14: 1-10. lew al 11 a m. lew school 2 n in Divine Worship 3 p.m.. School 8 pm Di- vine Worship 7 30 p m. The Stirling' OutrWHe will alng at 1 Raymond Sunday nlant Aid Concert cnnaren under the qt the teacher Miss After the programme a (tince he given, preparatioris foi nhich are In charse >f j. II. Kins A full representation of the whole lomniuiuiy Is retjuesied .'or the entertainment to mark the :f- ficient services of Mlas Alakoriili as teacher of the school. B. C. CAFE CIGARS TOiACCOf CONFECTIONERY ftaa our wlndcw for a cholea lint of CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONARY RAYMOND ALitRTA O. C. Wixom Pioneer HarnesH HARNESIi. AND HARNESS PARTS MADE TO ORDER SADDLES HARNEtg COMPLETE STOCK ON HAND W..8.II HANDFORD'S OF MVBRH Geo. Roth, Tailor Bepflirig, Cleaning and Pressing JiTeaUjr Done Suits made to orden Prices Reasonable WM. PARIS PItniMng; Wrile life for estimates. Wo do all the big jobd south of Lethbridge. it Faymond Alberts, Lethbridge Coal a Ton A Constant Supply }Jroinpt Delivery Phone 79 R. A. FETTIS Raymond Knight Academy Notes The student-holly party last Friday was very largely attended, Ihc gymnasium being tniod to its cap- acity. The faculty have asked perminsiou to name President Braniwell's new baby boy, but the Prwidcnt Is a littjo doubtful hi to their choice of name. Max Norton, who was detained from registering, for several weeks on ac- count of smallpox, Is a full-Hedged Senior. Welcome 'Max. A new academy song is In cqiirst of preparation. Miss Wetzel will pro. duce words, and instructor K.VH will set the .words to mtwlc. The Seniors will their annul party next week. The sturtent-liody program last week wai of a high order, the numbers giver, representing some of our best literary an- (install talent- Who U Your Btrtwr? i-p YOU SHAVE YOURSBOP it's a t' tefe bet that you don't enjoy It.- Why not get your barber work done where there ia absolute cleanliness comfort. Barber Shop Kaymond Alberta Instructor N'ye, asaistant In muiii will giro hla tirit concert on Thurs- d'ay In the Auditorium. The evening will be a inimical Miss Berlha Llewelyn, Gnisy Laic, has registered for music. Bhe fivtcla to lake additional after the holi- days. The mid-winter course promiits to he popular, and It. Is thai large number o! students will enter. ;