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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta rape 13. TTTr, LETTTBRinOE DAILY JTERAI.n THE RAYMOND PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN! Siitnrdiiy, November .IS, .in.llj KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB The House of Quality DRY GOODS GENTS' FURNISHINGS GEO. A. SLATER and JOHN McPHERSON SHOES GROCERIES and HARDWARE KB K B cq KB King Bros., Ltd. K B KB KB KB K 1? KB K B KB! KB K .13 KB KB KBJ KB! i According to the Official Bulletin, Raymond is the largest town in the province south of Lethbridge, is third in population south of Calgary, and seventh in the whole province of Alberta AN APPEAL TO CIVIC PATRIOTISM Now; that our best business men lution to iho cities, as the census are .showing a commendable- interest mukes clear. It towns are to grow in the publicity campaign the town it will be when all turn citizens has undertaken, it would lie it speak kindly of advantages and do K B KB all the of Raymond would see it. as thrir duty to speak justly i of thf advantages of the town. There is a very marked movement of popu- I? K S3 their best to boost their place of re- sidencL'. tint- or two, who never for- get any mistakes that have boon madu or or iwo me conwtitu- tionally chronic grumblers, can do whole lot of injury io a place. Next spring many landscekers will be look- ing (or a desirable locality in which 1 to make a. homo. Would it not ho I wfill for every Raymoiiriitc to draw attention to nur nrariy advantages 1 No other [own south oi has .so in an THE MODEL Fruit, and Ice Cream Parlor. Hot and cold drinks served at all hours. Chocolates that can't be boat. Agent for Hcrz gasoline lights and supplies. B. A. AMOS, Prop. Raymond, Alia. News of the Sugar Town Rayinond, Nov. niem- jers of Raymond Lodge of Oddfellows went to Cardston on Wednesday night -nail visited the brethren tlieru j Among illy iiuitibCL' were S. 13. Card. R. A. Gillies, A. F. The measure on this side Ot the line. Thej 1m vc installed another chair and wil have another barber at work soon The shop has now four chairs and hafa grown up to an advertisement on thu Raymond pages of the Herald. When you pull down the town in CW. Card Sons Proprietors of the Raymond Hotel. A comfortable bus meets all trains We do the dray work for Raymond Ring Phone 37 B when you want ui. In our Livery and Feed Stables we have rigs for all purposes Travellers arriving: at aiiy railway point south of Lcthbrirtg-c may be inct at trains and may call us by long distance phone from Lcthbridgc, or any point south at our expense. 'Horses For Sale Our Ranch south of Raymond is stocked with a sood bunch of Clydesdales and grades. S. B. CARD, AGENT FOR SINGER SEWING MACH- INES. SEE OUR DISPLAY IN THE SHOW ROOM AT THE HOTEU WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS OF IMPERIAL OIL AND GAS- OLINE FOR THIS DISTRICT S. B. CARD RAYMOND, ALBERTA which is your home, yon arc pulling down yourself, and when you up you are huilding up yourself and your, neighbor. Try and hanish [roni vour mind the mistaken idea that all Uelos Lund and Frank Deniger. The are "IT smK otl'- i er locality. Give voui town all the partv report having a splendid time fc praise it can legitimately bear. U and are loud in their praxes Oi Uio i certainly will do you no liann and romlillnns found in the Cardston ,vlll cost anil M lodge. A new hall in ilic Spencer> patronize your home nut! Sloddan! block, was opened on eluding the printing oflice. Wednesday, anil is one of the most, j. B Roberts, of Taber, is building up-to-iiate in the province. Raymond a bungalow in the north-west parl of holds another installation On Ucdem- town aml u.jn to ber 5th, when it is .expected that Hr. .Roberts loft town to home- Cai-dston members -will pay a return jikc, is re- turning when his duties arc done. The A recently arrived student at one house will be a lira I. one with ce- of the great universities, .it-is .said, ,ment foundations.. T.Gbrilon i. Stark la-ought with- him twenty suits of have (he-contract. clothes, ten pairs of shoes, and six Gordon ,s Stark, lumber dealers and j trunks. The important thing, how- contractors, are moving their ya ever, is what he will lakc with from its present location, west' him. Raymond's educational institu- nlc ]imsfi to Vilcant io lions are loo'iiiig well after the ex- ,IOrth oi the Tl port trad..-. The President oi the old factory will he nseii for an olliSun dance. The follows didn't belong New .Stirling, neither were thuy a lit sample of the citizenship ol the place, from which they came. Under ordinary circumstances arrests should iiavc followed, hnl for several reasons 410 aciioii is being taken. ,Xo fewer than 88 municipalities 'in _Pntaiifi, including -1 cities, 13 towns, can horn, "and no interests suffer be- cause oi the procedure. Chas. McCarty, sr., who left oi Saturday morning last, On a business Hclleville, Chatham, Fort Wil-1 Hie -Mutual Improvement associations Roy Rose on Thumlay morning of Several arc today at- j trip south, is. expected home about tending Ihe conference, at the Taylor' the middle of next week. Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ R. A. Gillies is making some 20 Tillages and 46 townships, have I of Latter Day Saints' at Magrath. On thcr. improvements in-the interior of made arrangements for local option j Sunday evening the following pro- his house. campaigns next January. The cities'gram will he given at the A son was born to Mr anil OK Hclleville, Chatham, Fort Wil-'..... iiam and Port Arthur, nnd the towns Aylmer, lierlin, lilenheim, Blind Riv- er, Forest, Gravenhurst, Lislowcl, Ridgetown, Mitchell, Petrolla, Sim- cm, Goticrich and Uxbridge. The number of licenses affected totals 278, oi which 71 are in the four cities, 65 in tho 13 towns, -10 in the 20 villages, nnd 102 in the 46 townships. New- Stirling it not bothering about a lo- cal option campaign for the town, but. mnuction with the conference Report-Mark H. lirimhall. Knrren. Kricson. Young. ffcniiinger. Rassmussen. Weed. Young. Rassmussen Co. A Kansas professor is said io favor this week. Leailbelter left pn Tuesday for Calvary ami Edmonton, where bu has contracts Imperial Oil Co. Mr. I.eadbetter also.lias repairs Io make on the tabernacle at Cards- Ion. Judge Winter was a passenger to Cavdston on Wednesday of this week. Raymond was to have had a visit from him on Tuesday last, hut so iv, nun, lujii un i iiesnav last., r many of the citizens would heartily a legislative enacuiwnt in that stats I law-abiding arc the citizens of this support one for the oity from which compelling all men to wear whiskers.! town that it was not necessary to The up-to-date barber shop does not' hold district court. The nVxt sitting seem to fear the passing of any such is set for. January Kith. Raymond, census re turns for Alberta have at last ap peared. We suppose there is ao towi the west that has not some apol ogy to make regarding its population Raymond need not apologize, for, a' the District Ad. this i.ssui> shows, ve are still the -largest town south if Lethbridge, the third in population mnh of Calgary and seventh in ib ntire province. Dm Raymond is up ;aiusl conditions during the summer lontlis thai make it impossible to et accurate returns oi actual rcsi- ents, and for this reason we think explanation necessary. The Iler- lii had a conference with A. Dufiee, census enumerator, yesterday in uhich he saiil that ihc figures were correct. said Mr. JIc- Dulfce, "Oiuse flgurcs do not anything like represent the- population of Kay- iiionil 'today, anil for this reason East of Raymond at Tyrell's Lake and n-est of Raymond on the old C'oclirnne ranch, and north-Fast in the vivinity of Taber. and Grassy Lake is homestead land. In Raymond are a large number of large families. Our school attendance of over 5110 chil- dren indicate this. Many of these families have, grown sons, and not one of them that could possibly home- stead has missed the opportunity..! made my visits during the time these people were on their homesteads. In some cases where there was a large amilv I g0t oniv OIie or uvo because they were away, and had to givo their place of residence where they were doing .their homestead duties." j ['liis condition we know to be true. I'hese men, some of them with thsir amilk-s, are away from town only uring the time they are doing rcsi- ence duties and as soon as those du- ics are clone they arc back io Kay- again. When Mr. McDufiee did is work this summer there were 37 acant houses. Today you can't rent ny sort of a shnck in Raymond. Ev- rything is occupied and buildings are oing up as fast as the contractors build them. But this doesn't elp Raymond's census figures. Mr. made the statement after___________ nucli thought ,nd consideration that helieved that today Raymond's (eight'or ten Lumber, Sash, Doors, Shing'lcs, Litth, ;j Mouldings, Ljnic, AVond Estimates given on a ulldinjs and Material. I kinds of Phone 77. Alberta Gillies McDuffee to Loan on Farm Property SPECIAL' 1-4 section, and 1 full section within 3 miles of town. Mnny other snaps. Como and see. R. A. GILLIES, JEWELER RAYMOND, ALTA. A. F. McDUFFEE, DRUOQIST RAYMOND, ALTA, opulation would reach II this it puts the town third in tho ilire province oi Alberta. For the sake oi comparisons wa ivc made a condensed list of the rger towns of the provinca win 2-111, Ret) Deer 21 IB, Macleod 837, Castor Camnise 1S86, oleuian IS57, Raymond 1456, Slat- er M'H, Cardston 1207, High Riv- U73, Lacnmbc 1029, Plnchcr Crtck 27, Magrnth Stirling 151, be thousand bushels wait- i luvo lost onci delivered at the eluvutor, fall. have family n( Welling this gained two, This doe but it can't In; accommodated. The I not look like a knock for Stirling booze is.Imported. A congregational meeting was held n tho church on Tuesday night with n. Jl. Watsor, in the chair, and W. MOD. Tait icting as secretary. It vas d6cidod not to meet the note on lie church debt till it falls due on Dec. but to pay whatever small mits arc- against tho congrega- It was also decided that the Kumlay school should he ashed tn as- sist in meeting obligations. 0. Jorjjcnson appears to he. the on- ly farmer ,in the vicinity, who has been able to save bis crop ol (lax. lie criwcts to have 700 bushels ol No. 1 flux is just waiting for a thresh- er to prepare it for the elevator. A Montreal editorial writer rather ridicules the idea of young men en- tering the ministry, while tlte mono- consideration is so uninviting. Wm. Fisher, M. L. Miller, G. Jorgen- son, H. K. Gohlsworthy and Miss Watson. MicUeson A Ilirsche have, a big himch of cattle on Maxwell's plure, north of the elevator, lor pasture. Welling, Nov. IS. JUrs. A. M. Wilde is suffering from a partial par- alysis of the face. Dr. Wray was Call- ed on Wednesday night hut loumi tho case not a serious one and does not It not been generally supposed i Dipping has been called of! owing that praachors of 'he gospel entered I Me wathrr. upon their great work "for the mwi- ey there is in it." N'ew Stirlins passengers to I.cth- hticlp.e since, the last budget, were K: b'cbar, II, It. Johnslon, A. Attention is drawn to the adver- tisement of Miller 'A on Mw flaymond pages. In n few days New Stirling advertising will plate by itself. WELLING ing purposes. There will be -Vuiv Zealand, it is said, aa a par- tial consequence of the introductioi Kllison Milling i Klevator Co. have large quantity in their -Welling house which they are holding for mill- of milking machines, has become one no service in the of the greatest dairying countries iu mewing house on Sunday ami no Sun- i the The machines save day school owing Io the conference of which is scarce aJid costly. It is too tho Taylor Stake at Magralh. H in bad that New Zealand is so far expected that nearly all the residents away. Southern Alberta is going in- ol Welling will be going over. The io mixed farming. There is every conference is in session today also, j reason to believe that dairying will Threshing operations have begun an the mixture. H again. J: C. Peterson started yes-! so- milking inacblne in New terday into a 3tiO-acre piece of away (or a pro- on his own farm. Jos. C. Peterson 'grcssive Welling farmer. With a aep- wns threshing on his own farm on and churn run by gasoline milking machine, can have a dairy ._..... We have the water and we have the ntio iiut.auijig on ins own [arm on mn ..j Wednesday, and ti reported to have j and a milking machitio, any along all right. One of John T. Welling farmer can have a dairy farm. fear effects on other parts of the bodv outiils is at Mark Brim-1 Wc bavc Mrs. Wilde, however, is confined to other at C. D. Peter- bed anil .will not be around lor some son'! ln lhc of Magrath. days Welling is suffering from a car shortage. John T. Hcningcr, jr., has an elevator full, of grain and needs 35 cars al onoe. In fact, Mr. lleninger could use len cars a day for four or Jayt. Then; arc in the ilialrict Fred'W. Peterson, brother of Terrific storms have been sweeping Bishop Peterson, of Welling, witfi bis: Ihe Uehring according to re- wife and child, have arrived at iron. Xome, Alaska, ing and will make permanent, home I Harry Thome, convicted ol murder- here on land which Mr. Peterson has i ing (i.'w. Kassell, of Salt Lakc City, purchased. The family has come1 has selected shooting as the mode ill from utub. where we I death. Hi, will die Dec. 32. OVER OUR BLOCK paaaes tho best moat that it possi.ble to buy. You will enjoy eating our meats, becauge ther are tender and juicy. Poultry Game .In 'Seuon !lbv.aya particularly pleas- ing if purchasod here. You may always plan to save a penny or two if you purchase here, and you'll never be dis- appointed. THE RAYMOND MEAT MARKET Piepgrass Bros Phona 17 ;