Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 14, THE LETIfBHIDGE DAILY HER ALP. .Friday, November RAYMOND'S PUBLICrTY IS BRINGING FINE RESUL K B K B K B K B K H KB KB KB 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 of Quality W evening Okar Satin, Duchess Chiffon. Voiles, etc.. from ..75c. Waists in silks, laces and nets of the most exquisite styles from -S4.50 to Silk and Lisle Lace Hose in all col- ors: Flair Ornaments. Collars, Shawls and Scnrt's in silk and -wool, Dent's Gloves. King Bros., Ltd. KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond OUR STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS AND TEACHERS NUMBERS TWENTY-SIX Our educational institutions' cost We have had 750 students and scholars ..registered I'o.r instruction at one time. Trust us your intellectual KB TECHNICAL TRAINING IS NEEDED TO KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB THE MODEL Confectionery and.Ice Cream Parlor. Hot and cold drinks served at all hours. Chocolates thai can't be 'beat. Agent: J'or gasoline lights and supplies. B. A. AMOS, Prop. Raymond, Alia. COMPLETE PUBLIC SCHOOL CURRICULUM S. B. CARD SINGER SEWING MACHINES Have received a shipment of assorted styles, put up in. oak and walnut. "See our display in the Show Boom nt 'the hotel. WE ARE AGENTS FOB THE IMPERIAL OIL CO. Have jiist unloaded a tank car of oil and a ear of barrel oi] and gasoline WE SELL WHOLESALE S. B. CARD We have sold thin week sixty-five horses from our Ranch and am now breeding only registered Clydesdales. Our Livtry will meet at any point on the A. R. 1. syitem. You may phone long distance at our .Our phone number it 37S, We are of the Raymond Hotel and do the dray work for the Town C. W. Card Sons Raymond Kuticalion is something that can- not he limited in Us extent or its ben- efit, it. is a commonplace that the people who sacrifice most to secure it are the people who lead, and enjoy the benefits of leadership. have (lone excellently as a town by the of Raymond, and yet should we not fact- further advances, espec- ially along -the o[ technical edu- cation? In a town where of necessity many pupils cannot think of going on to a'university, a measure of tecliui- cal education, would surely commend itself to not a few. The Knight. Ac- ademy is rendering splendid service along this line. Our reference Is to the in our public schools. The Royal Commission on technical training and technical education, af- ter visiting various European coun- tries, is now engaged in a survey of conditions in Great Britain. The chairman. Dr. James AV. Robertson, claims they have learned us much of great value in England as in any other country visited. Appended are some of the .ideas or conclusions which the chairman has adopted. We may expect io, hea-r more about-the application of them to our schools in near future. Raymond is nev- er slow to adopt progressive mefis- iires for development. We believe in cultivating the head, tlio heart, and the hand. We want the best oppor- tunities for the children. That is the most important thing: that, we feel, is the index, ami measure of every nation's progress, and achievement. Xot skyscrapers ,not public parks, I not opportunity for the j children. t Dr. Itobertson, in his report, says; "And we believe tha-i in industrial and technical education lie the- vast- est possibilities for the building up of nations. Work with tools and mat- erials should, I am convinced, take up a very considerable part in the school- rniiniiig ot every boy, whether he. be destined for a mechanic's career or not. No, not a lesson in woodwork or something of that sort once a week far more important thing than that, to turn oirt embryonic craftsmen is not ilia aim. "You cannot doze when you are working with a .chisel. There is noth- ing like work with tools to make a boy alert, -to teach him to think in ad- vance; and "the boy will carry the alertness so gained into his other studies. have a general gain in efficiency. v "I too, jj-haL hajid-labof for the.jChildren conserve the love of hand-labor among" the people, and will tend to slay the drift into such professions as clerking. "There is great need for some means whereby a lad's particular bent or talen1.' may be determined, and in Switzerland we found trace of a move- ment in this direction. To the school was attached a department where certain constructive work in mater- ials were carried on, and lads intend- ed for a technical career were passed into this department, and their work carefully watched, so that an idea might be gained for what particular sort of work they were best fitted. "One thing that particularly struck me in Switzerland was the apprentice- ship school. In one case there were -50 students, who were actually ap- jprentlced, working the regulation hours, under the supervision of ex- perts, and being paid small wages. The work was sold. At first private manufacturers raised sonic objection, but they soon realized that what little they lost in competition was many times regained -through the excep- tional skill of thn young people when their apprenticeship was over. The manufacturers-were most keen to get Uiera. The system was applied to cavpentering and engineering, and in at least one case: Raymond's Budget KNIGHT ACADEMY NOTES "Snow. the beautiful little opera, was presented to a packed honfie on Wednesday night last. The rendi- tion was excellent and the parts in the main wore well sustained. On Thursday afternoon a matinee was given for the children, beginning at 4 o'clock. The student body conducted chapel on Thursday morning, with Student- body President Don Skounon In charge. After the preliminaries, nice program waw given. Dorathy Young read an excellenaly prepared paper. Mayor S. B. Young spoke Io the students on Thursday last upon tha subject of "The Golden Rule" as a- gainst "The Silver Rule." The first rule .teaches us to do unto others as we would have others do unto ua, while the second rulo teaches UB to "do" others or they will "do" us. The several classes htve compoBqd eijss sontS, and the students have heard them this week upon several oc- casiong. Class rivalry Is growing a- mong the sttidenlB. Campaign work is being pronMiited in several wards in the of the Knight Academy. A. of the missionary clftM Till bo ctltod .upon once a week to piutke a thort doetrlul titk ii chapel. This will give the boys practice in appearing before the public, as well as in expressing their thought! clear- ly and forcibly. Instructor Nyc 'IE biiiy preparing the program for the forthcoming con- cert to be given early in December. Janitor Christian has almost com- pleted connections with the town wat- er system, so we will have water in the building very soon now. The domestic science department will serving dinners early in December. The sludent-body will give their an- nual party soon, next week. It should be a swell affair. Apostle George F. lilchards and Charles H. Hart, of Salt Lake City visited the Academy on Monday last in company with president Allen. They pave valuable instruction along the line of improving present oppor- tunity. Work, not genius, spells snc- cc-fis to any boy or girl. Tho Academy brass band made its first appewnnce on Wednesday last Thus tar it is composed wholly of students. Three men have boon committed for uia.1 at Birmingham, Bnf., on k charge of tmnJUtosIni; the hall marks on gold rings and with tittering the know- Ing the liAll nmrks to nave tranw- Raymond, Nov. Paris is busy at present installing a hotwawr neiling plant in the home of Mr. Ray- mond Knight, Mrs. Geo. Gray and baby went to Lethb-ridge on Thursday morning, and will remain a few days visiting friends. Peipgrass Bros., of the Raymond Meat market, have constructed a new underground sausage kitchen at the rear of their shop. The tax collector was heard to re- mark yesterday that taxes would soon be delinquent, and that after January 1st, S 1-2 per cent, will be added. R. E. Johnston has moved in from Alien's ranch, and Is occupying the house of Wm. Stone. C. W. Card and Sons are this week delivering a car of .Taber coal bought from the Rock Springs Coal and Brick Co.. Man. The old friend of C. W. Card, Jos- eph Jones, of Salt Lake City, hap- pened to -he near Raymon-d, and drop- ped in on Wednesday night to pay a visit. The hotel lobby rang with re miniscences for a while. 11-ra. Weed has returned to Vr po- sition at the Raymond Mercantile Co.'s store, and will help the drj goods department till after Christmas. We congratu'iat-s the Leader on the bright column of "Editorialeties" in this week's Issue. The paper has im- proved, we believe, in the past three months. We heartily congratulate Editor Berryessa. One of the lady principals of a tra- velling opera-tic troupe told the Her- ald scribe the other day that, one of the most-beautiful girls she had ever seen roildes in Raymond. There is excellent material In the statement for a guessing contest. Raymond has two or three pratty girls. Thos. Collett, accompanied by Mrs. Collett, Alberta, and Mrs. Uriel O'- Brien, left on Thursday for Moscow, Idaho. Mrs. O'Brien will henceforth make her home with her father and mother there. S. B. Card, distributor for the Ini-. perial Oil Co., at Raymond, unloaded a tank car of oil, containing gal- lons, and a cor of barrels of oil and gasoline, on last. The matinee of "Snow giv- en for the children on Thnrtday af- ternoon was Toll attended. The op- oral-la is elmpry for a child understand, and jet has a deep plot running through iL Reid Card for CM- where ha went for treatment for his enn. Mr. bM WTJI making mimlar rbrttl to nut pbyalctaa, Dr. treatment by a specialist, and Mr. Card will be away six weeks for this purpose. W. P. Bettei was taken yesterday to Calt Hospital, Lethbridge, for an op- eration for appendicitis. Mr. Bettes iiaa been suffering from this ailment for some time, and an operation .has been long anticipated. Geo. H. Budd accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. T. L-. Hatch, of Brant, who are on a honeymoon, paid a visit to Raymond on Wednesday and Thurs day, ami took in the opera "Snow White" at the Academy. Ifr. Hatch is a brother of Mr. Lorenzo Hatch, a student at the Academy. Mrs. Frank Brown left on Friday morning for a visit to the home of her birth, Liverpool, England. Mrs. Brown has been in Canada for two 3'ears, and will spend the coming winter in England. She sails on De- cember 1 by the Empress of Britain. C. W. Card, sr., and Grant Card left yesterday morning for Taber to formally tak-e over the pool and bil- liard business which the firm of C. W. Card and Sons have purchased there. Mr. Grant Card will live in Taber, and look after the firm's inter- est The Ellison Milling Co. shipped an- other car of flour to Lethbridge -yes- terday, and received a car of steam coal for use at the mill-. Raymond has had visits from two financial concerns this week. On Thursday, R. .1. Dunn's representa- tive rn.idn a round of the business plac ces for information for his firm. In their weakly publication notice Is given of registration of judgments af- fecting a. firm's.crcdit, financial stand ing, rating and' financial statements. Yesterday V. Cracknell, representing Bradstreet's, was here on a similar mission. Turner and Spiedla, local butchers, Jnmhssed some time ago, fifty head of beef steers for their Raymond shop. They have now a. nice selection of meat on their racks, and have kept the best of the hunch for the Christ- mas trade. The petition signed up for continu- ous 'phon-e service, has been return- to Culgary, sent to A. F. McDnffee. agent, to be rectified. W. Froit, traffic manager, called Raymond last night nmt said that if -the names were correct, everything was satisfactory, and tha new service would be in ef- fect January 1. Mr. J. S. O'nrien, of who arrived too late for the funeral of his brother, th-8 laic Uriel O'Brien, is. to for his home again on Mon- day. The tent to Mr. O'- Mrtn at Layton' ms delayed, two toys In tnixmtalflii ,elH he could w OMurftr and >n time for the funeral. Mr, O'- Brien is connected with the Queen Dairy .which gathers 700 gallons per day for shipment to Salt Lake City, where it is delivered around the citr. .T. T. Fisher, of St. Anthony, Idaho, sheriff of Tremont county ,was a visi- tor to Raymond on Wednesday night. This is Mr. Fisher's first visit to Al- berta, but, said he, "I have heard of you often, and have a great many friends and a few relations living in this part of the province." The offi- cer was here on duty, but refused to divulge to the press what his miasiqn was. He leaves for Ills home in a few days. The district ad in this issue says -hat Raymond has spent on ed- ucational Two of- these the Public school and the Academy, will be reproduc-ed in next Wednes- day's and Saturday's issues, wRh a short write-up of each.. Raymond has no need to ashamed of her work n the interests of education, and her institutions rank among the first in the province. A meeting of the ratepayers is soon to be called. .The purpose is to hear a'town report for the year, and to noni councillors and trustees, io be elected at the forthcoming municipal election. Three trustees, Messrs. McDuffee, Rolfson, and Fox drop out this year, and Councillor Card's resig- nation Is on the table. In the trustes board there will be three vacancies also, and these' will need to be filled. Further notice will be given of the time of meeting. Several have for the past few nights been anxiously watching B. very large and bright star appear- ing In-the East. Standing in front of the telephone exchange It can he seen between, the corner of the machine building of the Raymond Mercantile Co. and the telephone post. The cel- estial, visitor is moving very rapidly toward the south, nnd appears to be changing continuously from a white to yellow 'light. The Herald will be glad of any information regarding this star, tf you can enlighten the readers of these columns and the In- terested spectators, please call up Sn and your observations will be record- ed. Ray Knight left on Thursday for Shelby Junction, Mont., where he is to exchange Canadian money for Am- erican sheep. MT. Knight another of those; Southern Alberta who advocate mixed funning for thie country. Sheep, he believes to tes the ttcwt of live Block: to put on a dirty farm. They keep weeds down on ii rummer fallow, and Mr. Knight that neither the Cmmdinn this- tlf DOT mustard CAD grow where they FOR YOUR WINTER SUPPLIES TRY US We Carry a Full Line of DRY GOODS GENTS FURNISHINGS GROCERIES FURNITURE HARDWARE CHINA, GLASSWARE Raymond Mercantile Co., Ltd. We want your trade. Raymond, Alia. TO MAKE A LONG'TALE Cut it down, and to niako.our prices on lumber popular with builders and home makers wo have cut them also. We will challenge- anybnu in oi.r line of business to cut down prices on the same quality of high grade build- ing lumber any lower than we have done, and we are offering the very best that its "cut down" from the forest at bod rock prices.. GORDON A STARK ALBERTA LAMB AND MINT SAUCE Is about us choice a roast, as you can serve. If you want it good WE HAVE LAMB YOUNG AND TENDER Some shops sell old mutton and -oill it lamb. Not here though. When we fill, your order for lamb it's the best the market affords. WE SUPPLY ALL KINDS BEST MEAT IN MARKET THE RAYMOND MEAT M.ARKET Piepgraas Bros Phone 17 Gillies McDuffee to Loan on Farm Property A Land Snap that will soon he fakeii 1040 acre Ranch four and one-half miles south of Kaynioml. All fenced, good houses stable and corral; first class well and wind- mill. Per per acre cash. Terms on Balance. Investigate. R. A. GILLIES, JEWELER RAYMOND, ALTA. A. F. McDUFFEE, DRUGGIST RAYMOND, ALTA. g-.azo. If Mr. Knight is succea.-ll'ill getting a will be ivirn- ed loose on tlm Buck ranch. John T. Hiininger, jr., of Magrath, is tnv.-si- ling to Shelby on the same mi5.3bn. It is jbtranr'1. !io-1' restless thoughtless sonic people become s soon as tlie ot lli-j Nation-.1.) An- licm air-a hoard: A few stand j.i'.elly and resepectfully whilst a prayer ki '.he N'.ll ion.il Anther. Is snug. Others show Iheir diBi-osjiec-' .bntn fo- the K'ins and for prayer by liBijiiw coiiH and wraps. One nolilne exception bctvio the H'.a'd- on n'liK. I-, orchestra nlayeil :-he Nation An- I hem In an intunir.tiranl-sclcclio i, ;lio whole assembly s "od up. We eoc .1 irvc entertained OiiaiflT Clarke ve-y rlcoly for ab mi tnrcn r.-inulas nt ire Kpirht Academy nn Wotii.esrfny nl .H. As will'be seen by advertisement elsewhere In the Raymond pages a meeting of ihe Board of Trade anil. ,MI the progressive citizens of the jtowp, of Raymond will be held in the Council Chamber next Wednesday night, November 29. Ht 8 o'clock. The purpoie of the gathering Is that ways and means of making Dry-Farm- ing Congress for 1912, which In to'be held In a success and t benefit, not only to the city in which it is held, but to the whole of South] ern Alberta. The Associated ScardJ of Trade for the southern portion ol the province will have a couple oi representatives at the meeting to organize the work. Mr. Percy Lcachl of Taber, is of these. The will be announced iu the next Rayl nioiul budget. The InternatioitHl pany, whose concert in Lethbridge Tuesday night in the He., aid, characterizes its, "without quesi tion, ,-Mic best bill yet presented hi the theatre management (bus came to Raymond on Wednesday, ex peering to givo a concert her-a. it seems that the bite Uriel O'Brien haJ inada arrangements for tholr comtiij but his sudden death prevented an advertising, and the management <_ the Opera Mouse advised the coni pany by mail not 1o tomo. This ai vice, in some way, failed to rcnr: them, and a disappointment greeto them at Raymond. Thoy were, hoia ever, entertained by the Herald the operetta "Snow given the Knight Academy, and themselves as greatly pleased Raymond's musical tateiit.