Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
14. TTTF LETIfRltinRR HAITiY December 21, 1912 PROMISES TO BE RAYMOND'S RECORD YEAR KB K B K It K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros., Ltd The House ot Quality KB KB KB Christmas Presents For Everyone at Moderate Prices LADIES' SILK WAISTS FROM .....M.OO to LADIES SILK AND WOOL SCARFS, 2 VAROS LONG..............................75c lo JJ.OC MEN'S ALL SILK TIES ..............50o to J1.00 DENT'S KID GLOVES FOR LADIES AND GENTLE- MEN. FUR OH SILK LINED, FROM ........M.OO TOYS AND GAMES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PIN CUSHION. TIE RACKS, RISBON RACKS, PIPE HOLDERS AND ONE HUNDRED AND ONE OTHER NOVELTIES. King Bros., Ltd. KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Kit KB KB K II KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond Has Invested in Four Buildings Tlio Opcrn House cost The Public Soliool........... The .Knight ftfiO.OOO Tlie Knighl Sugar MAYOR B. S. YOUNG MOVES TO LETHBRIDCE K. A. AMOS, Agent foi- Herz Gasoline Lights aod Supplies Come in and test the new light. We can install a complete, system in your home or business place. An excellent light for churches. Our Study Lamp is a quick seller. Raymond, Alta. Oiii> of Raymond's lending citizens is about to leave the town his 'am My lo lake up "residence in Lotli- When'the'ratepayers of the town met to 'propoac names fo'r their oxecutlre officers next year, the Herald was somewhat EpufiBud thai the name of tbia year's Mayor, B. S. Young, wna'-nbt .mentioned re- election to the of-chief magis- trate. The Hprald has since learned thuL Mr. Young's reason re-election, for h 'is. generally con- ceded- that H he' -had -Accepted lie would have been, ciecied by acclama- tion, was that-be .was-leaving-town. Mr. Vonng's business in real estate, and he explained to the Herald that the clnss of stuff IIP has 10 sell Is property that cnn best be hnndlod from a city because of the increiisc'd opportunities of raec'Mng investors In large coutTes. The Mayor said, fur- ther, that his removal vns only (oin- porary, and that he expected to re- turn to Raymond to.retir ancl edurnlo his .large family. Mr. Young will he much mlsscri hi the town. In tho capacity of Mayor, during lie has well. -'As an orator and entertainer, he Is known Ihronpliout Southern Alberta and the enlire of Utah. As a. worker in llie I church of which be Is u member hcj 'will be niigBpd. His connection with' the Uoard of Trndu and with Llio ed- ucational Interests of The town, as; well us its social life, 1ms been mm-h-j ed for good, and Raymond suffers a' decided loss by his, even temporary.' removnl. Mr. Is Ibe eldest son of Ap- ostle Brigham Young; and a grandson J of the great pioneer, Presi- dent Urisliuin Young. Tlie house-1 bold effects are being moved '-'his week, nnd the family will g0 about the week end. BREEZY BUDGET OF RAYMOND NEWS Raymond, Dec. and Mrs. Albert Evana left (or Sail Lake Ctly on Friday .morning, anil will be gone 1'or some lime. Lumber! Lumber! Say, Mr. Farmer! Do you know llio isl. aiul George Klrkham, fnrein.in, neotleJ, and tlie Academy manage-' elevuturs arc Tuli of Brain and cars uro have, during all tlie season, been al' nieil'': wi" "c" lo mako u :i hard narci to But don't delay your J. C. Ellison; Wallace Cnwley, c'liem- Mon which the programmes have long Great Slaughter Sale Owing to tlio buck ward season and t.lic 1'nct (hat-'I hoy hiul sold l.licir store and were I'orccd to viicntc tlioin by December 1st, U. S. Allen Co, Lid, of Ciirdston, Imvc about J15.000 Worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes, Furs, etc. Iiiive purchased (heir enlire stock at a LOW KATE OX THE DOLLA1J And will put I hose goods on sale beginning MONDAY, DEC. .1.1 III AT MANirFACTIJKER'S PUICKS or LESS To be the greatest sale I'aymoiul has ever seen COME EARLY: AND GET FIRST CHOICE Raymond Mercantile Ltd. your trade. Raymond, C. W. CARD SONS ire of the Raymond Haiti and do the drjy work far Town Call Phone 37. Our Livery Rigs will meet, travellers at any point on the A. R. I. System. 'Phone Long Distance at our expense. Our Livery Number is 37-B S. B. CARD, Agent for Singer Sewing Machines See onr stock at our showrooms. Agents for The Imperial Oil Go And distributors Tor the district. S. B. CAKD Raymond, AMa. tbe service of rnMIc and iimnv! IEC on, Buimay, unviug ..u. acr.21, under the aiispi .cltcli a'triiin, at night, .Men's nn'd Vo-.ing- 1 refurnlug on -Monday mornyie.- Tniproveinenl i School closeiiW.-Vrliiay'and will I prices of seat's will not re-ODen till Wsdneidky, cents and dry 3. PnpllB and tBachersi'n-ill haye'shoulcj be a .fis -the hes weeka itan three! days for, talent of Raymond' will? 'oe lakln. play and -the HeraW them all joyous holiday. Dr. and Atrs. Amos'Were.-host and part. Seats should be rescrve'd''early as the demand ivlll.be great-during the last few It was prepared arid rendered by Hie students and facul'ty of any ins-Mtulion. The public becoming more -ap- preciative of these efforis of stnilcnts and teacliers to provide High class XL6 Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale trie cheapest lots on the market eacJ situated north of th? track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. hoBteis at, a.nice little ..dinner party 4 verT. programme waa given ae a blrlhdiiy BUrprlne' for thei Slvcn iit..'the conceit in1 doctor's brother.' Rl A. Ahioi. on Suturriay evening ''last were for'eight, the. guests Robert- students and fncull; son, of Stirling, and Messrs." R. A: and Is a credit to Amos, W. McD. Tak, and Dr. Wray. The Raymond Mercantile Co., Ltd., last week opened up forty-seven large caies of goods, purchased from H. S. Allen and Co., Ltd., of Cardston, and are offering the goods ut gruaiiy ra- dii ced prices. Thla Sale, together with the regular Chrlitmas trade, is giving- the Merc, a very buiy season. W. Mcti. Tall, Hemld'-J South- ern repreaentatlve, left.-OP. Sunday night for a two-weeks' vacutlpn in the. Eflit. During hia absence, .the news part of hla.work in In tlie hands of a prominent citizen and ex-journalist, 10 tha-i. the the pn- Per will'not Advertld; j era are asked to pleane see that their i are changed regiilar-j The firm of C.. W. Card ami Sons ill! very Boon intereiti-spread over -the B-hole Southern Alberta. J'helr Intent rcqulflition io a pool and billiard parlor and. on Mon- day C. W. Card, ar, and S. B. Card (were In over (ho i ground, with a view, to ,entei I a branch for Ibfc'V Imperial Com- J ncip miiua ui LLlt; AUHUBI (here.. If- they find au-to-suggesUon and News From Stirling Stirling, Dec. Mrs. II. (ioldsworLhy, of tho Albortn Wheat (.rawcm' Farm, wore In town on Tliuraduy, en route Tor LotlilridBG. Miss GIcaBon and Alias' IlohcrtEon wore gucs'iB of Mies AVuteon lust Frl- dny evening. Fnriiluiru Tor seventeen bedrooms das arrived for Hie P-rluric Queen j llo'tol at the station. I SthMni; passengers' to heilibriilgc' since lost Issue were Albert Draud- icy, A. Larson, A. NlckclBon, Mr. and Airs. 11: QoldsworUiy. School was closed a couple of days last'wool; to a'now the -rooms Lo he, _nlsd da a BU-rogiiiird against-. scnrleL fever, a of cases bfi which have hacn discovered in town. i. H. Selk is in Spring Coulee j this week, altGiidln? her sis'-'er Mrs. Igic, is p.e-riously ill. Messrs. Albert and Joseph ley took in the excursion' to Salt. Lake CHy, going on Saturday. They will remain till some time in the) New Year. x -Miss Perkins, of the Public school --aff took advantage of. the cloeo per- iod last weelt, nnd visited' her sls'ter, Mrs. Kruse in Lethbridge rrora Wed- nesday to Saturday. School Closes on. Friday of this week. wJien the boys nnd. girls o-r i" will be givflii their freedom to enjoy 10 the Cull the ClirlEtmas holidays. Tbe drama "The Rio is to be prcsenictl in the Opera House at Raymond oh Wednesday, Uecem- bc-r -7. under the auspices of the 'ounij Glen's and Young1 Ladles' Jiut- a! Improvement Ast-oeJetton; _ The dmis'xiou will be 5u ce its and 25 cents. v v Perry Burke lias posted of- fering Jlii for the recovery bt n uny imire, branded -.D'wllb a cir- cle over tbo letters.'on the left should or. The animal. IIIIE -a. in her forehead, a wire cut on lior left front loot, and weighs about HOOlbs. Misses Robertson and G'easnn vis- ited in Raymond on Saturday and Sunday, of Dr. and Mrs. OH, On-Sunday they in a dimrLiitte In 'the PreEbycerian Church. Mr. Tail, flie fJernld's rovreaiionil- riit Tor the country south, of bridge, has sono to Otlawa, MI a two weeks' vacation. During his absence news matter ia to be liitiid- RAYMOND'S FINE RESIDENCES Olio'of M.a Indications of tho pro-. tenelvoly used In bulldliiK. 'of a (own may be Has 'not (won spnvcd In beautifying slion-n iji the duality of tho houses Its residents uuiid. lieuause of llie and preserving thtt wooden nouses. Hnymoiid has an abundant M'aler RAYMOND HOMES uiu iuui K------ ompllshlng wonders in his hor: iiriyer. nature 6-1 DR. AMOS' RESIDENCE tho town of Haymond, It, both from Iho Irrigation can- shacks but. on tlio whole al, the dUches of which toucn every ssi'rt' io be a Iowa of fine PMf of the town, and-from the town The5town is'laid'out on] Bystero.. As a result RAYMONP HOMES O'Brieo-Nalder Co. ltd. General Merchants It will pay you to pur- chase Fur and Curl-Lined Overcoats from us. We also have a few good horses for sale. Bart) Wire and Hog Fence at right prices. Phone 13 PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR.J.S.WRAY (TOR..'M) Office. of Raymond Opera House Ht Street Phone Open ind Nljht T. J. O'BRIEN Licensed Auctioneer CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITIO Raymond, DfcKIELLOR Office 1st, St. Wcst'iind Isl; St. Solith R.-ymond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTJST Out ot toivn patients raual matt.up polntments.by bill or 'pboner.- BUSINESS CARDS B.CCAFE CIOAR8 QONFEpTIONERV our window for lint of CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONARY RAYMOND A'LBERTA' Pioiicer Hariicss Shop HARNESS, AND .HARNESS PARTS -MADE TO ORDER SADDLES 4 HARNESS- nEPAIREQ COMPLETE STOCK ON w. Sell PHONE 68 HANDFORD'S BALSAM OF MYRRH v, E'OW.ARD SMITH'S RESIDENCE 3f- Paris with beautiful .-lawns gard- lagouully from lens arc the rule, were planlKl. This admits'! after the town had', been started, and The Range With A Perfect Oven The oven of a Sask-Alla Steel Rnngn roasts and bakes perfectlv.' It is so constructed that the distribution of heat'is always even. The turkey or joints cook to a nut-brown turn on all-sides. The pudding, bread and pics always come out of the Sask-AltR oven evenly baked. Another advantage; is sisd It takes the larecst joint'-or tho biggest four ten inch pics can be set side by side. Added to all this, the Steel Range! oven is properly ventilated so g.is or fumes never affect food The McClnry thermometer ahvay? indicates accu Th ,'vlili ihe rush or iinmnoaa In tlila ca- sale, someone lipon Ubllsluneul incident lo Hie- holldnyj Pln'nnhig and .working lule nt cn'rately Iho proper degree of lical. for any. purpose, mo nickel-atoll lining can't bulge or bum out- won't admit duel. the. nearest McGlary agent to point out tho many other points of merit found in the Sask-Altft alovt. Write iimu for the bookln.t. Address rtle nearest McClnry branch. N MSCIaiy's t.tooto, WlonipM, Vaotounr, John, H.i., For Sale by "Stallord-Agnew Co.1 Tlie success ramJo by TI.-S.-. Allejl' of nnyniond, in onixe-d'. should be an farmers (o- lidopt' lllis" tifiPt ivetik, IMv-lAlIon a iiiomo Ehliiporl ,Lo i.lio P. Biirne piece, and the .pigs i I'd- the (iloasou Perking tb licr njp.Trtar'a of Lefhbrldge. Herald lirj -not. licfin BfiL dcHnitc Inrormididn lime school re-opena the 111 a a vaciiUon, IniL it would ajinpar to he strange procedure io nsk a scholar or -lenclior who might be vis- I ILinff in Lctlibridge or forlher north to return on N'aw Vcnr'H Day. This I will bo necessary If school Js to be i rallud apalh on Tucadny, January 2. StirlJim Beard sboiilt! sc.e.to It (.hat the div'-o it EGL for Wednesday, Jan- .narj- .1. j As predicted liy llic week the wcifilit and nitanuL uuuwu In llio raeollnz on "-e past summer been I niplit was n nplniiiHd success. The f fiiim -or wns lalfcn 111- Thero ,1 marked nh.nncc or jollnir men witli jiarini-rii. llie heiviost Dnn Oalliiiid'a yount lady. MSB.Win-. onn Jlospa. who tbo Bc.tlo.nl liifilliji.. and to Iliis Connie thn prize I wna Rivou. Otlior nnvcl fp.V.urpFi arc I [o bfi'Jitll on flurinir tbo wlntfji-, uotiro jor whlp.li will be .Kli-Qii llironsb Iho Trrrnl-' columns. A bis lninr.li of A. V'nltaco'ii cnl- t'o fire bphiR1 Llironffl] l.lio (lip HUHCH Or JESUS' CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday Sclioo'l.'lO am. Aftooonn Service, 1 D.m. ilvenlns Service, 1 p.m. JOHN P- ANDERSON, Ili.hop. PRESBYTEnlA.N Jlcn.-T.MT, .Missionary. Huymoad, A.lta. Subjcict for Sanilny, Dec. l.Ttn: "A. Woman's Memorl.l" Mark.14: f-1B. New al 11 a.m. New School 2'p.m. Divine Worship 3 p.m. p.m. Di- vlno Worship m- Th. Stirling Quartette at Rcymond on Sundiy night Aid 'Concert provide shade and shelter. An elec 1MW trie system supplies llfiht for streot Alost of and home and the government tcl Eathqreil from all. Irilm- 4aryio large.bunch com- ilig all the from ,Mngralh. FROM 2-15 Tbo al.v-wceliB'-old baby ot Mr. and Mrs. 13d. Hotze died on" Thlirtdav or linoirmonla, Funeral services con-1 day School for the coming year look place on SundHy, 17. Ueo Harrows was cboacii superlutenilont Joe aeaJElant superintend .Mlsa nornlce .itornwnll, aocre treasurer: M-.irtln Jlairso, asslslun atBistant, Jlarlli organist; Mifl. Tra. House Mra. Fred Beard; chorli Itneimionta, ininciai .....-I ducted by nov. Clommte, were held ler, P.1.U l.iiclge. Mrs. Coniw.ll I'liiB vaf week. Abniit. a tlious-: on Saturday. .Tho be-joloctcd BiiperintenJcal ot the Home ,ind belonslnr to tbln jiinr.iinr i reived 'pwcnti have the sympathy i dopSTtniPnl, and Mhi. De.rd, nuper 'will bnon out tln-on'Rh bv tbelr many Inleudcnt of the. Crime noil depart 1 Mni" Ibis bmlBot attrllni; a number will leave this! Wo have live aciiiwl renders. Onlv one rtlnnlni. It rennlr- the at'tholr i look lorwnrd lo a pro.perou. year, eil tbla neasrai. and are (rbd rormor "I The Chrlslmas treo cnlcrtalnmon (o have It done. The br-ncflt In end- ha. hojn KL Ibe Two-Flttoon School bouse, on Cfl of sblDiiInc ia an evident ttat be1 lMts It. I, not wl.o. "A n i' lending bUBlnces collet. l-elh- A- I ,_ r.ln >iallahava home for tue li'rldur, Deconibcr 22. wl'rt S.nl Clnun there, plmint time li tnticipated. i RAYMOND'S CHURCHES Ge6.Roih, Tailor Cleaning ancl Neatly .'.Done Suits made to order. 'Prices Keasonable Tito price bt eas 'in Owen Souiul has been reduced to 11.00- The plant Is ru.i by ihe, la not tint la reported to hive snbitanlla'l The Lethbridge Messenger Service has changed hands And .In In a Ijoltor poiillon than ever to give promiil and careful atlenUon lo.lill or- ders. WM. PlumMng Write us for estimates." We do the big jobs south of 'Lethbridge. E a ymonfl, Alberta cnllnd for and de- livered. Call our messengers for quick messages. We have opened flu 'exclus- ive LADIES' DEPT. In con- nection with our SHINING PARLOR. When you want lo thor.o' quick (oirtra 'lo handlu buBlncin) PHONI IM Lethbridge Coal a Ton A Constant Supply Prompt Delivery .Phpne 79.' R. A. FETTIS Raymond Alberta Who UYotir Barber? YOU SHAVE YOURSELF it's a safe bet that you don't enjoy It. Why not get your barber work done who'ro there la nbeolute cleanllnesa and comfort. Up-to-Date Barber Shop Eayniond Albertia LOST mERTISEMENTSJ bay more branded quiritr circle ov.r 3D on left shoulder. HM .tar In forcbcf.il, wire cut on left front foot, wellies at J400 Hewird of W. Perry Burks, iUr- ling, Alia.