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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Till! M5TIIRKIDGE DAILY HER ALP ay. November 22, 101! UlAlOND PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN IS KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB .KB KB KB KB KB King Bros., Ltd. The House of Quality Arrived To-day A full assortment of Overshoes and Felts Buy early and save dis- appointment, as the de- mand is enormous King Bros., Ltd. K B H p; as p. S3 K B tf '4 >4 M KB K K KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB tf KB THE MODEL Fruit, Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor. Hot und cold drinks.served at nil hours. Chocolates that can't he beat. As'ent for gasoline lights and supplies. 11. A. AMOS, .Raymond, Altn. C.W. 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 us. In our Livery and Feed Slables we have rigs for all purposes Travellers arriving at any railway point south oi Lethbricige may be met at trains and may call us by. long distance phone i'roin Lcthbrjdge. or any point south at onr expense. Horses For Sale Onr Ranch south of Raymond ia stocked with a good bunch of Clydesdales and grades. S. B. CARC, AGENT FOR' SINGER SEWING MACH- INES. SEE OUR DISPLAY IN THE SHOW ROOM AT THE HOTEL. WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS OF IMPERIAL OIL AND GAS- OLINE FOR THIS DISTRICT S. B. CARD RAYMOND, ALBERTA KNIGHT ACADEMY NOTES The gymnasium opened on Wednes- day last for athletics. Next week real work in physical education will bciliu Instructor Woolf plans :i trip to .Utah during holiday will bo gone about ten days. The missionary class opened 01 Tuesday last. This year the claw will number, all told, something like thirty-five. Uriel O'Brien, whose sad (tenth oc- curred this week, .was among the first class of grndimtea from the Knight Academy. We sympathize deeply his young wife and iinmeduvie relatives. This year the Academy boasts o-' npiendld student body and the devot- ed, loyal, studious spirit manifested by the hoys and girls. Notwithstanding the extremely buck ward season, the present enrollment tx as large as it was at this time lost 3'ear. The muaic department is preparing schedule of events to be given dur- ing the winter. At this writing teachers have under preparation two operas, a concert, a cantata, und nil oratorio. This wccl; Heveral students 'uve come In from Tabor, from and from Welling. Our mim.lerti are increasing rapidly. Miss Rasmusaen, our elocutionist, Is busy these days, staging the to given on Wednesday next. Dorothy Young, our talented yqmi.i vocalist, rendered a sacred suio in chapel on Friday. Separate meetings were Thursday after chapel. Instructions were given along the line of deportmen-t and table etiquette. "Swauey River" is a quartvitte now under preparation by the male mem- bers of the faculty to be given p.t ihe concert early In December. F. C.. Stoele, formerly reporter of the Herald, has been presi- dent of the juniors; Tickets for the opera "Snow White" will ho 25 cents 'for general- admis- sion, 35 cents for front seats In tho reserved section, and SO cents for 'the rear seats. The Acad-amy intends to mnke ita prices within the reach of Wm. Marks and Walter Darling will he -tried at Brockvlltc for highway robbery. Win. II. Hawkins, of the Inland Re- venue Department, Is dead at Win- nipeg, I1. M. Thompson, Rctence master at the Drnntford Collegiate Inatltuto, has resigned Raymond is the Centre of the Horse Raising Industry in Southern Alberta The Government Judge of horses at the Ray- mond Fair this year said to the press: "You have had the Best Exhibit of Horses in the Province, outside of the Cities." TALK UP AND BOOST YOUR OWN TOWN The Herald, through its Raymond columns, and in different places throughout the paper has been a per- sistent advocate of the principle of buying at home. This journal has always held that'merchants could do a great, deal to educate the people in this respect by a liberal use of advertising space, aud by devoting sufficient time and energy to ensure careful, attractive advertising. .In other words, they must convince tho buying public that they can "make good" all that has been claimed for them by the newspaper. An incident which came to the notice of the Her- ald this week, should convince the merchants of this fact. A fanner, a departmental store, observed a page wh0 was going to send an order to advertisement of a home merchant in his local paper. It had lis'ifcd In it several things that were In his order. He brought the order prepared for the departmental store to the local merchant who advertised '-he goods at just as favorable made large purchases, paid over the cash, and then destroyed the mail order form. And what happened in that town will hapoen if the mer- chants of Raymond, admittedly pro- gressive men with big stocks, will get out of Of depending on a small local or get out of the rut of using small "hole In the corner" advertisements, mid of chang- ing them perhaps once a month and in a haphazard way! The department- al stores will get us, iC we don't watch out, and every dollar sent away is a dollar lost that should have been sr.ent. in building up our town. The newspaper can do only part. It can- not make a business alive, un'ioss the managemment is able and free to1 live up to its advertisements. Tho chief part of the newspaper is'to sup- ply the readers who trust it. Speak- ing to these, the alive ami trustworthy merchant can make his business grow. RAYMOND DISTRICT TELEPHONE UNE MEN PUTTING IN CONNECTING LIBRARY NEEDED IN TOWN Raymond, Nov. an inter- view with the Herald man toduy, Mr. Tlios. Collect was Induced to give out some information regarding the handle district in Latch County, .Ida- ho, where Mr. ColleU moved from Raymond this summer.. His farm of 329 lies about three miles from Moscow, where is situated the Scate University of Idaho. About 300 ac- res oE this land is cleared and pro- ducing crop. Asked about the price of land In his county, ll'r. Colleit said it was selling from 170 to and producing an average wheat crop of 40 bushels. This county won the first for county display fruits, grains and vegetables at Spokane Ex- hibition this year. Mr. Colleti's im- ported hackney, Hockwold President, which he toolc from 'Raymond with him, won first priz'as this fall at the fairs at Moscow and in Id- aho, and Colfax, in Washington. The visitor cannot speak too highly, of the district jn which he will be leaving at the end of this week, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Uriel O'Brien, .Mrs. Coll'att, and Al- berta. Ben Olson, "trouble shooter" for the government, telephone system for Taller and Raymond, is now in the south country, making connections with tbtt new telephone line between Raymond and Cardnton. Lethbridge will then have connection with Card- ston and all points .south of Raymond without interference from Raymond that line. Raymond, morepv-ar, will have a direct line with Cardaton without any other point using it. This means that there will be no waits {or calls to Cardston. Next spring a new line will be given io Stirling, New Dayton and Warner, and long dis- tance troubles in tin! south will be over.- Now thai ItK evenings length- tiling out, one ought to begin to think of how best they can be spent. Var- ious societies are organizing to pro- vide literary and scientific knowledge, more or teas extensively, but after all. one must -depend largely on him- self. Fortunately, bookB are now so cheap that there is no excuse for anyone nol knowing what the best minds imvB thought on almont any subjects. A of hooka like those found In Every Mill's Ubrary should provide most profitable In- struction and entertainment for ail the 'time anyone can spare. Ray- mond ought to have a public or circu- lating library, and will nomw day. A, 3. of Tiber, .made a flying vlnlt to home on Thursday night, while en route to Cardston with A.. Cftzler'g horsctt m'orking equip- ment. Hert Love, of Purple Springs la also A visitor at his mother's Omit enthusiasm prevails an a re- sult of the performance of the Schub- ert Concert Company. One munictan said It was the best thing he had ever heard In hid lite. The slntlng of the sollst pcemed to call ror the loudest applause, and the quartette wllk perfect harmony. Mr. Purcell proved himself an artist, and merited the wonder and praise of all who heard him. The Schubert' Company will set a crowded house svery time they.return to Raymond. Rumor has it that an important deal in flesh has been put through in Raymond, whereby one horse rancher cleans ot't his ranch to another for cash sum. The -transaction has not yet mado public, but is an assured fact. Raymond sent more than twenty delegates to the chiiTch conference a: Magrath on Saturday and Sunday. Among the numbw were: Mr. and Mrs. Z. N. Skonsdn, J. Turner, Mrs. NT. S. Allen. Miss Allen, Miss Viola Al- len, Miss McCarty, Mrs. A. Cooper, President Allen, D. Geo. H. Bishop Anderson. Fred Piep- grass, L. C: Woolley ,51 r. Jettrtes, Phil Miss Ras- mussen. Miss Wright, Win. Palmer and 0. Snow. J. B. Meets was a passenger to from Magrath. Mr. M eelis and others from th-a Garden City, Interviewed the railway auth- orities- and attorney's with reference to the very high freight rates from towns south of Leihbridse to Leth- bridse City, and an endeavor is be- ing made to have-those adjusted be- fora the C. P. R. takes over the A. R. md I. Co. The Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartette were entertained by Manager Jackson of the Bank of Mon treal, at a wild goose supper in tho bank quarters on Friday night. Three Taber young men, John Hay- nes Albert Torey and Arthur Lee, have registered at the Knight Acad- emy for the missionary coiirae. The Academy is becoming a wry hive of industry, and the activities of the. students are as varied as they arc many. A comparison of -the musical appre- ciation at the music lovers of the "Garden City" and tire "Sugar may be made from the fact that at, Magrath the Schubert Symphony Club and Ladles Quartette got only 50 and 75 cents for seats, while Kaymond people paid 50, 75 and filled the house. Mr. and JITS. J. K. Heatherington, of Faith, Alia., were visitors to Ray- mond on Saturday. Mr. Weathering- ton and three of bis boys have home- s-leans and pre-emptions in tho Faith district. Mr. Ihmtherington leaves for there in a few days. A Raymond merchant sold Mr. Heatherington a bill of goods. He came sixty miles at least Tor tho stuff. Considerable interest has man- ifested as a result of the announce- ment in the Raymond district ad. on Saturday lust. Many Raymond peo- ple had no Idea that their honwjown occupied so important a place num- erically in tbe province. We have other things to tell you your home town. Watch for them. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Collett Al- berta, fatlwr, mothM- and sister of Mrs. Uriel O'Brien, arrived 'on Sat- urday afternoon from .Moscow, Ida- ho, to be present at the obsequies of the late Urtel O'Brien. They will return about the end of the week anil will be accompanied by 0'- llrien. Mrs. Roncoe Miner, aiiter of Mrs. O'Brien, and Mr. Miller, of Grassy Lake, were alto present here over Sunday. 8. B. Card, agent for the Imper lal Oil Company, 'for Raymond anil diatrlct, wai In Mmmtb on Saturday nd arrangements to have hit oil tank vakt weekly Tlslts to Hie Onrden City to supply the merchants theiti. The tank will also malic a rpnnvl of visits of the local oil deal- ers In Raymond. Mr. Card is the dis- tributor for a large district in the south. A. Cazier, of Cardston, who has been doing contract on the ir- rigation canal in tho vicinity of Chin, passed through Raymond on Friday with .twenty horses and a numbe? of men, en route -to Cardston. Work the canal had to be abandoied for the season on account of the freeze 112. An operetta "Snow in four acts, will he staged tonight in the auditorium at the Kntglit Acadei.iy. The story has a deep plot and is told n sweet song with orchestra accom- paniment. The caste is composed of Wlnona Urscubach, who plays the part of Snow White; Dorothy Yomig. who represents the new and jealous Queen; Roxic Rodebach, the prince and heir to the throne, and George Brewerton, Carl, the faithful hunts- man. Besides these principals, are choruses, dwarfs, schoolgirls and iairies. The affair should attract a large crowd. S. B. Card was successful in draw- ing the opera glasses, valued ac in the box sale now going on at it. A. Gillies, the local jeweller. Tlra rins is left still and also a good lo'.L watch. Other prizes will from to lime be put in, as the good are drawn. The Ellison Milling and Elo.-ator Co.'s mil! at Raymond has more than a local reputation. Last week i car of flour was shipped to H. Scott, in Hong Kong, China. Several oars j have gone to the same point this mer. On Monday a car of feed lo Hrnckman and Ken-, Rossland, B. j C., and today a car of flour to .Tones j and Dill at Warnc-r. Manager ClJm's'j j must he producing the goods. A son was born to President Si-nest! -mil Mrs. Bramwell on Monday morn- ng. While phoning congratulations on the morning of the birth, the III-r-', aid told by the president that j the boy look-ad lite his father and would probably .teach in the Acad- emy some day. Wm. Paris has just returned irom Cardston, where he has been heating and plumbing In the resUbnco of Mr. Anderson. .Mr. Paris cecms to get all tho big jobs south of Lel.h bridge. At present' he is installing steam heating in the icsldenco of Mr. Kaymond Knight', at, Raymond. J. R. KuviKe, of l.ethbridgc, v as a week end visitor to Raymond, where j be acted as pallbearer a SIX REASONS Why You Should TRADE WITH US stiiriod husliioBsi with tlio first settlers of Ille dis- trict, ami have developed with the needs or the curry a Hue of merelmmliso Hun niuels tlio demand of the riuielier. the tanner, Ihe sloeknmn, the sluwpnian, the thresh- erman and the city trade. handle tile best lines or Canadian, English and Uni- ted Sillies numur-.ieiureil Boot's and liny direct from the factories. eonslder no order loo small or too large to receive onr- best attention. is onr pleasure at nil times lo show yon our line of goods aiid (il'.ote yon prices. (itii. We hnndlo a full line of Dry (joods, Clulliiu.ir. Shoos, Grocer- ies. Hit rd ware. Knmil-lire. Crockery (Ilass- ware, Wagons, Buggies and all kinds of-.tfnrm Implements. Raymond Mercantile Co., Ltd. We want your trade. Kaynionil. Alta. GORDON AND STARK Lumber, Sash, Doors, Shingles, Lath, Moulding, Lime, Fibre, Cement Estimates Riven on all kinds of Buildings and Material. Phone 77. Raymond Alberta OVER OUR BLOCK passes the best meat that it is possible to buy. Von will enjoy eating ,qur meats because they are tender and juicy. Meats, Poultry.and Game Jn Season always prove particularly pleas- 'ing If purchased lieve. Yon may always plan to save a penny or two if you purchase here, and you'll never be dis- appointed. THE RAYMOND MEAT MARKET Plepgrass Bros Phone 17 tin Gillies McDuffee to Loan on Farm Property SPECIAL .4'section in ill I I'nll section of .iiiiiiy oilier snaps, dome F. A. GILLIES, JEWELER RAYMOND, ALTA. A. F. MCDUFFEE, DRUGGIST RAYMOND, ALTA. friend to by our side alu-ays, who, when '.ifc grows narrow and wenry, will hike us Into his wider and calmer and hisl.'jr world. Whether it._ be biography introducing us to some humble life iriaile si-oaf by duty done; or lilstory. opening vistas into .......t___ _. jt.bc movements and destinies of na- jn wouiock fo lloilcn R. Mur- HOIIB Hint hare iiassed .1 tbe NEW DAYTON Xow Dayton, Xov. very in- 1 iereKtlng innrriags was pa-.-fonned at i N'ew Dayton, on. of last week when Miss Veiena Kesseler, of Artbur was meeting house choir, came up en ncr (iajr> piovrors decorated the tn Saturday, lo pay his last respects to the memory of the late Uriel O'Brien. They were musical associates here for some years. Leah McCarty, daughter of C'.l'na. McCarty, is suffering from a .icvcre attack of bronchitis. Mr and Mrs. Albert nrown left on Monday, for .Prove, Utah, where they will stay tUI spring. Passengers to I-ethbrldse on Mon- were: J. Harvey, Reid Curd, R. A Feltis and J. B. Meeks. Two cars of lumber for Gordon Me at tbtt wedding suupur and elaborate wedding; nultc was bo- foro the Kiieats. Besides the imnicd- iHto relalhwu of tho bride and groom there were present Air. ;iwt Mrs. .1. 1. McKiiy, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. II. John- ston, Mr. and S. .1. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. George Cluff, Mr. and .Mrs. 0. H. Moroland, and Mr. and Mrs. John Drown. The young couple aro live In the groom's homo on In farm aoirth west, of .New Dayton. TO fill in love with a good book is one of the greatest eventtt llmt ca' cr.i- of Wyiiinlns coal which they a Stark arrived thin week from; befall us. It is to have a now Infill- Cloverdale, H. C., and a car off brick Iono6 pouring from Lothbrldge. into our life, a ono6 pong o Jnew teacher to Inspire us, ft new for u ton and thus the coal shorlage will be few Hays. Ohaa. LalYerty and Miss Laffcrty have senj. out Invitations to all their friends to an opening at. home "la ylvcn In the New Way ton Hotel on Wcdnosday. Nov. 20Ui. p P. DiinRer, who htis boon working for Wm, iJiacombo at the livery barn, left for Ijcthlyridye on Thiiraday and his place Is being Inken by Allan Morton, who sp'ont the summer at A, Kesseler's. ;