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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 14. THH Salni'day. Dweinhw Hi, 1912 PROMISES TO BE RAYMOND'S ICORD YEAR KB KBK.B KB K I! K IS KB KB KB K1J KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros., Ltd. The House of Quality KB KB KB Edison Phonographs I am your Christmas wish, the real- ization of your Christinas desire. I ;uu the voice of Slexak, the soul of Sylva, the dramatic art .of Sarah am the of Lan- der, the eoon shouts of Stella May- I am and his entire hand. Herbert and his am King Bros., Ltd. KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB 50 Bushels to the Acre Wheat on the Ridge South of Raymond This Year Went 50 Bushels to the Acre and was Absolutely Free FrorrrFrosf ORIENTAL A NECESSITY FOR CAN ADI AN WORK KB K B K B K B K B K B .K B K B K B KB R. A. AMOS, Agent for Herz Gasoline Lights and Supplies Come in and lest, the new light. We i'an install a complete system in your home or business place. An excellent lip-lit for .churches. Onr Study La-nip is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. Premier of British Col- iiinbin, he or the sunny smile, has been in Ottawa, anil is reported to M'ave said That British Columbia folk- are now and always will be opposed to the Bringing in of Oriental labor. Urltisli Columbia, he says, is 7.0 be a white man's country. every person understands why railway contractors are so anxious to secure Asiatic laborers. In a recent number of the Popular Science .Month Professor B. A. Ross discusses some characteristics of the Chinese race in it resistance to disease. He collected his data by questioning a number of physicians who had prac- Used for a number of years in China, lie concludes that least a part of the observed toughness of the Chin- ese is attributed -to a special race vitality, which they have acquired of a longer anil severer elimination of iihhi.jrd into a civil wat jllic rrsponsibilitj- will rent on I lie I Premier and Cabinet. ICnlght. Iluddle, Z. nkonson, W. McD. Tall. Mark V. Croxafi, and George H. Hudd. HcDnffce Hros. are showing an ex- cellent stock of stationery, direct from the Buntln-OIHIes (-'o.. o-f Hamilton, Ont, The lih-.-iry books, for the Mutual j Improvement sssociation- of the Tay- I lor Stake, .rtlved froia jonc having accounts against the town of Raymond, should have them in the hands of the secretary-treasurer be- fore the.last meeting of December The Leader informs us that one of Raymond's citizens was seen .binding grain on Friday ot last week, and aska "who ever heard a! anyone, hind- Ing grain In December. except In Sunny Southern List, ye farmers! A syndicate backed by the Knight Academy and public school teachers, Is about to tie launched. The syndicate will supply the farmers erf Raymond and vicinity with butter ami eggs. A much-neeit- cd enterprise, sad to say. Blvln, grain buyer for the W. S. McUughlln Co., of Winnipeg, was in ton-n. buylnit grain for car shipments. Mr. Elvln reports Dull- ness brisk on the Cardston hrsnch." S. W. Card unloaded a car of oil thlj week. The shipment wss made up of barrels and goods. Ray- mond is becoming Important cen- tre for distributing to other towns. Mr Card has the district from io to mtpplj. Good Old Santa Claus is going bis'rounds again and is sure to make a visit to our store where ive have a superb stock of Xmas goods for you to select from. Perfumes in fancy boxes, manicure, toilet, and shaving sots, smok- ers' sets, fancy stationery, Xmas cards.and calendars are some of the dainty and tamloome articles llmt you can choose from for gifts at McDuffee Brothers Drugs and Stationery town. This is the first" ii r trip, the tank win make during J. R. Revilie, of the Northern Life Co., ot London, Ont., hri; spending considerable lime in towr during the last month and wnttm a great amount of insur- ance, tor his company. While here he has been the guest of his brother-ln- V.'. B. Naltler. ft. A.. Johnston, of the Sandf-ml l-'oilgc Show Co, was In town on Wtd and Thursday, completing the ii-rangemenls for a performance of 'The flight of which his com- I v.nv is to give next week. Tho play three nii'cc soutii of Lethbridge. Mr. I Smith makes a trip every day and a md tnlls coal for a ion. The quantity is very good. j A 3iK-cinl ff'ficfirs" meeting of the St.ikc Board and Local Association ol the.Mutual Improvement Associations called Tor Monday night. Sllhjjnta I'for c.pprmal will be submitted and [P.ssed on by the Stake Roarti. These subjects for the Young Men's will cover the period of study to the end of Maich, and for the Young Lad- lut to the end of tbe year H Is becoming every day more' ei-l- Seri nr.: Hrymond needs some jiuirll -s: recommended. 'Til, The (nests at the Uaymond Hotel (boen'usotl ficnnenthrbut ir'lioes'n't number of little Imnrovc- I Mom lioat )o Veep those who attend war.n. Al the 11, i-t'i.-g of the Agricultural So doty on Thursday men sat will: rvinoats on and shivered. In the house, the latest of vhlch Is a desk phone on the olllce ottnter. S. H. Card has assumed the nanagerahlp, and is determined to til... holcl right up-to-date. This will he a matter for the now COM) dl -to lake up next year. linn of builders and .contract- ors known heretofore as Gordon ft has evolved into a larger con- corn to be known as the 'Equity Lum- Co., and offices nt .The company is incorpor- of the following j P_ Oordon, K..A. Stark, A. L. McMulloii, of Unynionil, and Ii Gcrilon, LclhhTidge. TIio yirll office of the ol.-l concern was on Hrs: street Wosl. This Is lieliiR moved to Broadway north, where a largo .imrlltn of land has been secur- led and is being titled (o accommodate inn business. Tin, office will in ing the yard, known as the knltllnc factory. whilo little stove red While out inspecting ills mink "Mis, Archie Barium, a young farm- r of Middleton lownshlp, was arci- ;