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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December ai, iK 1UII.V Sugar fompany, LunM Raymond, Alberta J :j Manufactuier. of th'e Quality, of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets s DEALEBS IN AND. BREEDERS OF FIRST GLASS HORSES, AND CATTLE. THE HORSES INCLUDE.PURE. BKEDS, OUT OF WHICH ARE TURNED OFF, YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS THERE IS ttO'lETTER INVESTMENT- GOOD REAL MTATB IN A GROWING TOWN The Security Investment Go. Ltd., Raymond Mgr- News From Stirling P. ELLISON JAS; E.ELLISON Manager Secretary Land! Land! Land! pUV DIRECT FROM OWNERS Will sell iii'hjlf i entire lot seres of excel- lint farming land. Five milos from town -of f to nearest elevator. Price (30.00 per acre. Before buying see us. M RAYMOND, ALTA. BRIMHALL BROTHERS RAYMOND. ALTA. Stirling, Dec. and Mrs. .11. CJoldsworthy, of tho Alberta Wheat RAYMOND'S FINE -RESIDENCES One" of 'HiB indications of the pro- tciwlroly ...used; In building ared In bo ___ Paint grcWlvb.ie'88 a -Sown may bos 'not' Won '.pared In boautlfylns oati shown'In the (inaltty of tho homes and preserving the wooden bouses, drawers' Farm, wore in town on nMmit uceau'se of the Raymond has an abundant Water Thursday, en route for LothbTidgQ. Miss Gleason and Miss Robertson RAYMOND HOMES wore guests o-f Mies Watson last Fri- day evening. FnrnitnrD for seventeen bedrooms has arrive-d for the Priuric Queen Hotel at the station. Stilling passengers' to lieilibridse since last Issue were Albert lirand- ley, A. Larson, A. NlckelBOll, Mr. and .Mrs. Il; Ooldsworthy. School was closed a couple of days last'week to allow the -rooms to fumigated (is n safeguard against scarlet fever, a couple of cases of, which have been discovered in town. Mrs. II. Selk is in Sprins Coulee; this week, attending her sis-ter Mrs. Gipie, who is ee-riously ill. Messrs. Albert and Joseph Brand-, ley took in the excursion' to Salt Lake Oily, going on Saturday. They will remain till some time in the New Year. Miss Perkins, of the Public school staff took advantage of. the close per- iod lost week, nnil visited her sister, Mrs. Jvruse in Lethbridge-from Wed- nesday to Saturday. School closes on. of this Degener THE HOUSE OF QUALITY .....WE-ARE AGENTS.FOR Laviil-'Crcam Sherwin-Williams Paints, Oils, and Varnishes, fHf'N I South Bend Iiul., MalleableiSteel Ranges. Stirling, lm Afternoon Service, 2 p.in. Uieainc Service, 7 p.m. inurf I ANDBflSON, Jlnbop. PRESBYTERIAN I'AIT, Missionary. i load, Alt.a Subject for Sandai, Doc 17th 'A. Woman's Memorial" Mark. 14: 1-10. New at 11 am. New School 2' p.m Divine 3 p.m. pnymond-bundiy.sohoors p.m. Di p. he Stirling Quartette will at Raymond on Sundiy night. Aid Concert 'J. 0. KING'S RESIDENCE many of the leading citizens have taken ami built on the AS predicted uic nonuu most desirable localities Most of woek, th'o wbiglit nnd basket dance U'e houses are of woqd but, dur.ng in tho mootine Homo on Friday' the past summer beenex- provide shade and shelter. An elec- tric system supplies light for street and home and the government phone system makes intercourse easy.' I nipht was n splendid success. The I slim was lalfell In. There w.ns. ,n marked ibscnce or yoiini men with wokhtv .partners, the heaviest Dan Ostlnnd's youni: lady. Miss .Win-, on.n Moses, who tipped the scale .at liifilhti.. and to this connlo thn prize wns given.' Other novel fpa.'nr'os are to bn'Wil on durinir the winter, nptice of which will bo slven tlirough the 1-rrrhl'i columns. A Wff bunch of .1. A. cut- gathered from all. tribu- tary io com- FROM 2-15 The slx-wechs'-old baby ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hotze died oii Thursday of j day School for the coming year took place on Sunday, 17. CJeo Barrows was chosen superintendent Joe McKnIghV aBsJEtunt superintend