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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LISTJliUUUGlii DAILY IlKUALil Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta of the Finest Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DEALERS IN AND BREEDERS FIRST CLASS HOUSES AND CATTLE. THH HORSES INCLUDE PURE'BEEPS, OUT Oli' WHICH ARE TURNED OFF YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST DRAFT HOUSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD' FARM AND RANCH LANDS E. P. ELLISON JAS. E. ELLISON Manager Secretary Improved Ranch Land Total number of acres Nunibor of acres under cultiv tiou, 70.i. LiOfflicd l! 1-2 miles south west of Excellent soil, dark rich loam; highest yield of wheat per acre, o2 bushels, f ood u K s cellcnl lake joins ranch, also two good 430.00 per CIL Also have 75 bpad of II }-'2 miles fencing on nine I1 i--- including buildings and m vc'iimsry. Also have 75 bpad ol old ami two oar lienvv -Ir.u'l trade celts to provid iiifi is sold. An imported on led RLlre stallion, north Mnloi fm sale now. Six years old. For further particu- lars arid -'information, apply to BRIMHALL BROTHERS RAYMOND, ALTA. Miller Degener THE HOUSE OF QUALITY WE ARE AGENTS FOR Liivii'l Cream Separators Shorwin-Williiuns Co.. Paints, Oils, a'nd Varnishes. South Bend Inc'I., Malleable Steel Ranges. StirJing, Alberta. A Meetin g of the Board of Trade and Business Men Generally WillBo'Heldin THE COUNCIL CHAJIBER On Wednesday, Nov. 29th, ;it 8 o'clock. To meet with and Jien.i1 jidclvesses .from repre- seiitativps of the Boards of Trade of Southeni Albortn. Business' irnportance in -with the Dry limning Congress next .year will he dismissed. For Advertising Rates in tho Raymond pages of the Herald, see Herald's representative at Raymond. Ac-. eoinliiodntion ho made for "Lost. Strayed ads., C'nrds of Tliaiiks, Gove'rn- ineiil, and Adyei'tising, Thead'ieal Notiees. etc. Subscriptions may he left at .the Post Office, or handed lo Jl'.r. If yon have any news of interest, ring ''.Phone 95, and it will receive n.ttcntion. W.McD. TAIT Soul horn Roprosenial-ivc. Raymond, Alta. Ttobt. Wallace, .contractor, of North ay, is (load. A deputation cm Premier oiiin, of Quebec, 'ish'nt? provincial of u yciir for McCHH ilvemlty. C. M, pvcstdont of o G.T.R. was The prc tor wan gehnvally syii'iini.hctic bill tber bftlktSA Ht the vtmouut Fh'O d'lniigod fl three storoy brick iilock on Front street, Belleville, occu- pied by P. Ford, K. Flncburn nnrl .las. Wright. Lowt about A tjlece of rock a foot aqture hurled by a blwt from mHwuy con- struction work I hroiigh the roof tho hoilBC of Wm. ViArfflCf, irUiiiilt'.n, It went right to The Security Investment Co. Ltd., Raymond For Quick Hale wo offer n srini) on a 730 aom I'.'mri, fi80 acres under uuil.ival.ioii, good stable, water, fences, excellent roads and an easy contract. .Price per acre. Will, take other farm land or town properly in part-payiiicnt. An cxcellonl has juat been harvested from tlii> (arm iintl laud Is In 1'lno slmpo for another SKISOII. School hoiiHo one half mile, and wi.-the proposed Hue of tho Grand K-.ypu want a snap call up No. 5 Raymond or drop im a line..' Near Kaymoucl or 'Dayton. GEO. H. BUDD, Manager RAYMOND BUDGET Card and Sons Hold this week to Hay Knight 65 head of horses for a sum in the neighborhood of 000. The d-cal was for cosh, and re- presonts ijll the bunch on the Can! much, save the pure bred Clydes- the distance great piles of the refus are to be found on (.lie streets wait ing to be spread. Raymond Is IOS than u mile from the Kami: ash heap but the spreading of a strip of the atuff across the street at one point 'a the town got the benefactor's riamt in tho paper, The Knight Sugar is gind to get rid of the refuse from their furnaces, and Raymond ia wcl- como to ali the town can Jiaul away. Wouldn't it be a good Idea lo spread a little around the 'town, and cover dales It IB the purpote of the firm up sorm> of the milrt; Mnke a feu, to break up the greater part of the crossings, and the people who walk very much approve of them Imagine no crossing on Broadway be tweeu O'Brten-Nalder'a store ;int King Bros. There will be a slack time, after threshing, or jierluiijs be- fore. Why not organize a number ol teams-and wagoiis, and haul cinders to improve Raymond's streets? A district advertisement Isn't much usu if an investigator sticks in -ihc mud before be gets to the town office. Tho Herald is willing to he one of ten to supply ten .loads, each to be spread as drectod'by the street superlntcml- laud, only leaving enough on which to raise a bunch of pure bred Glydes. Mr. Card himself hag bought a poul uwl billiard business at Talier, and ;oes to that place to run it. liia sons, 3. R., Will, Grant and Held, will man- tg'o ihe firm's business in Rayjnond, The Department of has iot yet settled 'the weed business in I this part of the province. Sonxj of i the work- done has not been paid for land Inspector Neal has not received his last month's salary. The appro- priation lias ma out. It has been fortunate .'tiling so far as weeds are concerned that the fall has proven- so backward. With ordinary weather conditions there would, have been a fine spread of noxious weeds. southern country ought -to make .a concentrated effort to stamp out, the plague >by asking for an appropria- tion -thai will .be adequate to do the work necessary. The weed inspect- QTS of Southern Alberta are to meet some -time -this winter for a confer- ence on methods of work. The Herald's representative at Kay- niond has found In going: among the business men of the town that a nnm-'. her of them are over burdened with office work. They have not enough work at books to keep a man busy all l.he time, and yet to do it them- selves and look after the manage- ment'of the business is too much. It occurred-10 -the. Herald that -it men could be. relieved of the strain of writing answers to business let- ters, the-office work'VonId much lessened'. The plan which is being over is that of getting stenographer to BO the rounds of business houses each morning, take dictation from the office, and in the afternoon typewrite the morning's work, returning it ready for'the-sig- nature and mailing- Remunt, ation could be fixed by the line or that ihe firm having the most work lo do would pay most .of the stenog- rapher's salary. A man has been dis-: covered who can do the work. Ha has had a training, is a citizen of Raymond, and IB avail- STIRLING Stifling, Nov. FUWIIB was In Lethtrridge on Tuesday. A. Mickelson spent Wednesday and Thursday In the city. Nels Blllson made a business trip to Letbbridge on Wednesday, return- ing oil Thursday. J. Dunn'B financial agent in town on Thursday, getting Inforina- tion Cor u financial journal published by his firm. Bishop Fawns is expecting another car of Wyoming co'a.1 this week. What would we have, done- without Wyo- ming (Ill-ring ihe laiVfew weeks. Hereafter a report of the parents' HRI at the Chiirch of Jesua Christ of Latter' Day'Ttaiuts will appear in Inthe'Herald. Mrs. John Shafer to Ciares- hblni pu she will visit her W. R. Funk till after the ChrJEtmiis holidays. The Young Men's" iiikl Young Lad- ies' mutual Improvement Association are giving a story contest and pro- gramme -in the Meeting House oil i'uesday night. Stories will be iold by' Wilfrid Donald Holinan, and "Emma Brandley, of the Junior class', and Lorena Holuian, of the Senior (ilass. Lester Winters; who .came from Ut- ah last May, and has'since been la, :atod in Raymond .has bought a hmne [from Oeo; Oler, sr., and is henceforth to reside In We- welcome ographers. Raymond may have one too if the business men of the town say so. The operetta "Snow WhRe1'. was put on by the students or Knight Ac- ademy on Wednesday night of till! week, in Ihe. auditorium of the build- Ing. A crowded house greeted the per- formers and an evening of oxception- 'al pleasure was spent by all who at- tended. Jlisa Winona Urseubach, as Snow White, und Mrs. Young, as the new and jealous Queen, captured the audience hy Iheir sweet song and clever elocution. Miss R.bste Rods, as the Prince, first startled anil then pleased her audience. Geo. Brewerton was the only real ranh in the play and look the part of Carl; the faithful huntsman. The solo and duet singing of the principals was highly commended hy the musical por lion "of the audience. Tbc Interna- tional Operatic Company, who were present at the play, expressed them- selves as aurpriaed at tho rich true tones of a girl so young as Miss bach, and had nice tilings lo say ab- out the acting of Hiss Young. The choruses by the schoolgirls, and fair- ies are deserving of special mention, the dwarfs brought, down tire house. The orchestra of 'he Acad- cnn- supplied the music during the evening, and did credit, lo the insti- tution and the lender Mr. Uraounacu. On the whole the play good, ami showed what is possible from the Knight Academy. Miss llasmussen, teacher of elocution, had Iho stage Ills children have been living it Stir ling, and 'it -has been Mr. Ostlunil's custom to make week end visits. Th A meeting of the Young Men's ual Improvement Association will tie held .on Sunday evening at 7 o'siooh The subject for discussion will bg "The Making of a Citizen." Presi- dent Qeo. will occupy Uio ihair. J. Ostiund, jr., has liipvud ily to Lethbriclge. Ostlhiul i.iid ft.m. every tv.-o without loss every weeK: a free Sunday from 1 a.m. every wo weeks, without loss wages; extra pay for work at nigl or during tho free times agreed u] on; two weeks' mention during th summer with wages nud hoard mon ey; gradual Increase of wages aceon Ing to skill; a sleeping room wit light, warmth and sunshine: Evidently Canada is not the onl land where the domestic servant pr( bleni is acute. It is stated that th Scandinavian housewives in genera approve the demands, and agree t "reeogni7c the union." What els could tiiey do? Canadians arc so accustomed lo bl things, that sometimes they think no where else has nature been so provid ent. Harper's for October, howeve uis this to say about the South Am orlcan river the Amazon: "With all this supply, the curren of the Amazon for hair of the yea little less tlian four miles an hour except at hundred inllei where only a mile separates tlu -wo banks through which the rivei crowds itself at a depth of one nun dred and twenty one point along the first one thousand niles where both banks of the Am 11 can be seen at the same time awhero, though variously reckon ed at from six to fifteen miles, its width is difficult, to estimate." Living, as we do in Stirling, on the ink of an irrigation ditch, it is han o realize the immensity of this grea! aiid yet for agricultural purpos es perhaps our canal Is of grealei value than a large river would be. furniture was shipped on Wednes- urnure day, and the family left on Thursday They will be much missed, pari'cu- larly Mr. Ostiund, who took a live in- terest in church wprlt, and even-thing that tended toward the betterment (if the town. Lethbrliige is not far :.'.vny and the ties thai bind Mr. and Mrs. Ostiund to their homevtown are not severed by their going, and. .we see thorn nsain. Mils nolierlson, of the staff of the Public school teaching was called nuiii mrriedly by wire to Calgary on Thurs dav No'particular, are to hand at the time of writing. Hiss Robert, ami's sister, a -trained nurse, who vis- ited her at Thanksgiving, lime, has uursiuK a wrth an In- jeen IIUISIIIK '.....7 fectious disease, and II la feared she nay have contracted the disease. Percy Leach, of Tabor, and others -epreJntlUg IU. Associated ,r Trade of Southern Alberta, will ad- J a meeting of tb. Stirling Board Monday night. .November ii, m Meeting SP.m.Scvera ip. 'r neit teacher of elocution, hud oongros> al. Lethbridge neii in ,and trnincil A proposition h prinoipals in tlieir purls. Ottte Uiinis have been pvomiseii during tho winter, and Hie Hnj-mond pnlili'', we lielievo, will aRUln show tliolr appre- ciation of attending In like The SUrling newn of last iMue told ill that through a scheme originated :n tlwi parents' clues al. the Mormon Church, the walks of the town being covered m-lth clndere hauled from the Knlnlrt Sugar factory. Stlr- Ing l> .lome or wven fvom LH. Will DC presented by tho Herald', Southern ireiiantativc, wheraby till) town may a, put conspicuously before the read- Ing public through the columns of the Herald. A full at- tendance of n" niertber, ot the Hoard and all tho of Hid district is requested. The first largo movement toward domestic Mrvanti Is being carried on in Hie three Scandinavian joiintrlos-MoTWny. Sweden and Dcii- nmrk. The iteinancl: Almlllion 9 p.m. and NEW DAYTON TO GET BETTER 'PHONE SERVICE New Uayldn, Nov. A. J Maynard' spent Thursday in Warner Lhe guest of Airs. A. J. Burnsfde. Albert Green, of; Grassy i business visitor on J'hursday. E. A. Creeno, with his wife ant: amily, left on Thursday for Mountain Home, Idaho, where the family wil irobably stay for the winter. K. M. Cnrson, of Calgary, spent MuiTsday in New "Dayton. Miss G. H-. Moreland spent Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday in thtj city Threshing operiitioiis are In fill -'ing. The Miami is busy, and the machines east Tyrell's Lake, and 'es-t at Wei IB Silling, are hum in ing t will be a matter of only a few days ill the district is entirely cleaned nit. The loca! store is malting it unite mnecessary for any one to need to ;o to the city for Christinas goods "here has just arrived a fine assort neht of gifts in tho sliapp of toys, writing jmper, silverware, pipos, etc. "his, we believe is a stop in advance or the town and points to a day it will he possible for us. to live without the cify to the north Air. Mowbrny has finished the work of plastering the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Tho Interior finishing will now be piifmor forward as rapid- ly as possible, and tne staff are ex- pecting to be settled by the New Year. Messrs. Morgan and -Hamilton will have comfortable quarters above the bank. Tli-e use of the contraction of the word Christmas is becoming less each year, and for this we may bo grate- ful. Perhaps in time the world will not be in such, a hurry, anil men will 'take lime -to think and to the all-moaning. Iminififnl .word and not tlie meaningless abbreviation an invention of jnodflrn times. i Miss N. Patterson, sister of Mrs. Wm. Sco-tt has gone to viait her bro- ther at Hedclfffet prior to leaving for Vernon, B. C., where she enters (he Vernon JuMlua Hospital, as s mirsc i training. Miss Patterson will bu uicb missed by the young people of STew Dayton, us well as in church ladies' aid .work. Her kindly, cheerful disposition endeared her to her friends, and bespeak for her a successful career In -lue profession she has chosen. New Dayton will soon have a Jyitlor telephone service with Lotlibridgc. A hie is just about, completed which IB 'or the use of Raymond, Stirling, New Dayton and Warner. Thin in good lews for tho tlireo latter towns. Ow- ns to tho congested 'avrvlco cnusod by ill the toWne south ot LothbrUlgo us- ng ono wire, ft wan very hard to get. Lethbridge. This difficulty will by -the installation of the The directof of the Cnwidian F.s- Lu toutt; This space is reserved for O'Brien-Haider Co. Ltd. General Merchants We carry everything the Farmer and the Rancher needs. Cj Dry goods, gro- ceries, men's furnishings, hardware, farm mach- inery, buggies, wagons. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR.J.S.WRAY (TOR. '09) ffice, West of Raymond Opera House Jst Street hone 46. Open Bay and Night DR. KIELLOR Office 1st St. West, and 1st St. Soutli BUSINESS CARDS T. J. O'BRIEN Licensed Auctioneer CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEi Raymond, Alberta {iiyinond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS DENTIST Oul. of town patieiiU must make ap- pointments by ..mail! or 1 PHONE 89 iaymoiul Alberta ei-imeninl Farm has this to say re- ardhig the results the leuts for 1900 at the experimental arm in the Peace River "The spring of was _ven-y late i the Peace River district, and need- is was not general till May 14. Fine eatlier later in .the season, lined rapid growth. Wheat, _the eld of which was somewhat lesden- d by a front on the night ot August 8, gave ail average of 23 1-2 bushels er acre for the five varieties grown, eigning from 88 1-2 to 04 1-2 1bs. 3r bushel. Banner oats yielded 72 .ishels per acre, weighing 35 Ibs. to le bnahcl. Barley gave from 60 to I bushels per acre, weighing from i lo 50 Ibs. per bushel. Pcaa 22 1-2 ishelii per acre, with a weight of I 1-2 Ins. per bushel. Indian corn, it grson for ensilage, gave a return 1 7 tons per licre; weighed when cur- I. Turnips gave a reluni of 16 tons lots, U 1-2 Ions, and carrots 16 Potatoes from 11.2 hush- per acre, the hifhest yield, to 343 sbcls, the luwest of the five var- lles grown. Harden vegetables were jove the average, all the ordinary giving an excellent crop, is .hardier sorls of ornamental Irees I shrubs wintered well, and made growth during the summer. Flow i bloomed freely, roses being In [fusion from the end ot' June till frost." CHURCHES HURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS JNDAV SERVICES: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Afternoon Service, 2 Bveiiing Service, 7 p.m. JOHN P. ANDERSON. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH McD. TAIT, Missionary. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 3 P.M. Superintendent, and Teacher of Bible Class. DIVINE WORSHIP, 7.30 P.M. Tait. In grouching of sermons on "The Table Talks of .IcsuB." THESUIUKCT TOH SUNDAY: and (iriti- cisin.'1 B. C. CAFE CIGARS CONFECTIONERY our window for. a choice of CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONARY' RAYMOND ALBERTA AND We have jnat completed the. insUI- Itttion of a heating plant-'for New Day-, Ion Presbyterian church and heating- and plumbing in. the home, 'of Joseph Anderson at Cardstori. Wo do all the big jobs south ot Lethbridge. Phone 6S. WM. PARIS Raymond Alberta COAL! COAL! CAN WYOMING COAL ARRIVED ON THURSDAY Have 200 tons of cofcl coming early next week. We can supply all-orders and-de- promptly. PHONE R. A. FETTI8 Raymond Up-to-Date Barber Shop TUi AND SHOWER BATHS AT ANY' HOUR OF THE DAY OR NIOHT APPOINTMENT.. WATER HOT. BATHS 50 CENTS We have four chairs and -four )ers; you will never haTe to wait lone. ttiiynioiul Alberta O. C. Wixom Pioneer Hirnem Shop HARNESS, AND HARNESS PARTS MADE TO ORDER SADDLES A HARNESS REPAIRED COMPLETE STOCK ON HAND We Sell HANDFORD'S BALSAM OF MYRRM Alberta Geo. Roth, Tailor Eepnirig, Cleaning and Pressing Neatly Suits mndo1 to order Prices .Reasonable" RMyniond Alberta ;