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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIHKIDGK DAILY HKKAfjD Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturer'of the Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DUALERS J.N ANTD BREEDERS OF F1..RST V'LASH HORSES ,AND CATTLE.. .AVH.f.CH QFt Y-.KA-RJA' BOMB OF THE BEST DRAFT HOKSES HAVE- FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON Manager .IAS. E. ELLISON Secretary improved Ranch Land ToUl number of acres Number of acres under cultiva- tion. 70.ll Lom ted C 1-2 miles south west ot Raymond. Jisciillcut; soil diik rich loam highest vlold, ot wheat par ood v, i! i t (client lake joins i-a.ich, also two good t-11- II 1-2 miles c.t' fencing on rand'. ITicu ricia, inclmlin.; I'anii buildings and m'Chiilftry. Ais.l I'.ave 75 nrarl of. ifyi ii c Id mid en hedvv .ir.u't grade felts to pro'.'id- olcl IniDOlted liul-e '.'rail Siiire stallion. "Hep- llii ine n worth for sale now. Six years old. For liirs and .iijfQt'rimliou, apply to >r ;J. y BRIMHALL RAYMOND, ALTA. r'THE HOUSE OF QUALITY WE ARE AGENTS FOR Separators HIienvin-WiliiaiHs Co., Paiiits, Oils, i ;unl Varnishes. .Mmstii fiend 1 1 id.', Malleable Steel Ranges, Alberta. W.McD.TAIT About Your Subscription, Adver- ment or News for THE HERALD He is the Southern Representative For The HERALD NEW DAYTON A lady lauchor from Raymond has pone Tyrrifs Luke to take charge 0'? tlm seliool Hi ore. Qhas. La.lTerty Ims taken over thtt New Dayton Hotol, buying the furnl- tui'e from John Whiteel nd DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West, and 1st St. South Raymond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST'. Out of town patients must make ap- pointments by mail or 'phone. PHOfJE 69 Kiiyniond Alberta orchestra in spring O'f 1904, arid lias been very active in.the musical line ever since. In -the fall of 1905, the O'Brien 'orchestra was organized, with Mr. O'Brien as conductor, and this organization has grown .in prom- irence. The following newspaper clipping shows what the press nail to suy of this organization: 'The O'- Brien orchestra strir maintained their reputation of giving'first class music, nnd much credit, is.due Mr.'Uriel O'- Brien, the'leader, tor this organlja- tlon.' On April 27, 1908, the Opera-House hart its opening with the O'Brien or- chestra as a permanent organization in connection. Hero .Mr. O'Brien worked for two years as conductor, and has trained the orchestra into a vtry successful organization. Mr. Harold Nelson, pa his recent visit here, said: 'This is the best orches- tra I have heard in Western ..Can- ada." ".Mr. O'Brien recently severed his connection wilii the Opera House or- chestra .to organize a Conservatory of Music Here, at which he had a very large number of students, who were advancing rapidly. Last year he passed an examination. In music at the Knight Academy, '.for, y'hich he received 100 per cent. "He. was also leader of thw "We can sa'fely say that Mr. Uriel O'Brien has done more for the peo- ple of Raymond and vicinity in a musical way, than any other two men have done." In the full of Itl06 .Mr. O'Bri'en com- posad the miiBic for an anthem "Brit- taula's the words 61' which wore written by panic! Robertson, an employee of thn Knight Sugar Co., l.ld. Tlie composition was -sent to King 1-jihvard VII., ami a from the King's secretary, at Buckingham Palace, dated October 17. 190B, rends: "I have had the honor, of submitting your letter to the King and 1 am com- manded to Inform you In reply that he Is hnppy to receive the copy of the anthem which you tent for his Maj- esty." Mr. O'Brien's death oomcs as a blow to the Conservatory of Musici which has enrolled about 40 pupils, with a branch at Cardston. Associated will! him in this work was lit" Mra. Blanche O'Brien, and his sister, Mra. .tennlo Simmons. Thorough courses wero given in piano, voice, theory, violin and orchestra, and In lat- ter three llr. O'Brien himself was in- Mmclor. In musical contest nl BUSINESS CARDS T. J. O'BRIEN Licensed Auctioneer Raymond, Alberta B.C. CAFE CIGARS TOBACCOS CONFECTIONERY FRUITS MEALS AT ALL HOURS- RAYMOND ALBIRTA WM. PARIS AND all the big jobs south of Letll- bridge. Phone 68. Raymond Alberta COAL! COAL! Hive on ordtr 200 toiw WYOMING COAL Eipacted first of WMk, promptly delivered. Pbont It. E, A. FETTIS Raymond Alberta Up-to-Date Barber Shop Four Chairs No Waiting We InsUllad complete water system, with bkthi. Come ill and UB. Bayinoiul Alberta Rftl'ruonil this fall, Dewey. Nfrtson, a child violinist, of eleven yeiri.'of of Mr. O'Brlen'i, grettlj- (iistlngiulhed hlmielt in vliolin solo, which nhowed the of his instructor ai teacher of that dif- ficult inslrumeiil. youns man wat mar- ried on May Slh of thli to Jlisn Blanche Collett, ilnilghter of Mr. Mrs. Thoi. Collett. now Idnho. The sincere lympatliy ot the community goes out to Mrs, O'Brien In this sudden termination of a ihort wedded Hfw. Uriel Winifred O'Brien wae the of John and Rebecca King O'Brleii, hoth deceased, the latter of whom is burlod in Raymond cemetery. Bill! remnins-of Hie family T. P., J..A., C. A. O'Brien, Mrs. W, B. Nulder, and Mrs. John S. Slminoni. all of Raymond, and J. 9. O'Brien, of Ijiyton, Utah. At the time of going to, preti, Herald is not. able to announce time of burial, but It ii cer- tain that it will not be till to-morrow The many enqulrlci celved by the Herald, both from Ray- mond nnd the neighboring lowna, In- dicate the irnpect In which Mr. O'Brien was held, and It ta tain that the funeral ;