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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 TTT15 DATLY TTEKALP s PUBLICITY is K H KB KI5 K1J K K K I? KI5 KI5 K 15 KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB KB "KB KB KB KB K B K B K B KB King Bros., Ltd. The House of Quality evening mcar Biiflipss Chiffon, Voiles, EoliiH's. t'tr., from. in silks, hicos and nets of tho most-exquisiu- st-vles from -S-L50 to Silk and Lisle Lnee lloso in all col- ors: Hair Collars, Shawls and Scarfs in silk and wool, Dent's Gloves. King Bros., Ltd. KB K B K B K -K B K B K B KB KB KB KB KB K B KB KB KB K B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB Raymond Has Land to Sell With an area of acres of cultivat- ed land adjacent ,to the town, Raymond has still acres of virgin soil for sale. FOR YOUR WINTER SUPPLIES TRY US KEEP THE BOYS ON THE ..FARM THE MODEL Fruit, Confcctloneiy and Ice Cream Pador. Hoi; and cold drinks served at all-hours. Chocolates that can't bo beat. Agent for Herz gasoline lights and supplies. R, A. AMOS, Prop. Raymond, Alta. though one of the' direst foes the husbandman ever had. is re- ported to have said, iha-1 on tlie rise and fall of agriculture depend the ri-se and fall of. empires; and Liebig, i much greater authority on the sub- ject, even as a much truer friend, said that perfect agriculture the true foundation of -trade ,and industry, and of the riches of states. Certainly nothing is more certain than that a good harvest makes the world move in its grooves more smoothly; and if not entirely, it is largely, in "the farmers' hands. The earth was created by tho Power on 'High; Nature does her -part, and to man is the duty, the right, and the privilege to develop it. Development means, men to labor, men to think. Trees do not grow into I horses; cattle do not feed themselves, any more, and it is useless to sow seed on warren or weedy Ian-el. Poet- ical language, Silver-tongued orators iviih beautiful landscape portraits, and all kinds of theories, may seem very nice, but it is ivork that keeps the wheels of development moving. S. B. CARD SINGER SEWING MACHINES Have received a shipment ol' assorted styles. pui up in oak and walnut. Tiiee our displny in'flie Show 'Room at the hotel. _ __ WE AKE AGEIVTS FOE THE IMPERIAL OIL CO. Have just unloaded u tank car of oil and a car of barrel oil and gasoline, SELL WHOLESALE S. B. CAKD and lecturers'' are very Kill the "lecturer is after all on- ly ji mnnVhis Anther's son; putting the roof du Ins" gnmtlfarher's- build- ing, and the lecture, however good, is only the finishing touch to the picture.; The parents are.-the brush .'and nnd To keep' anyone anywhere, there, must bq somctbiug to to .-aUwcV and insRe something' of appreciation on the is the secret of JTo keep'boys on -the farm different parents are nslns different methods. Some provide fine carriages .and the hoy soon graduates into a city swell, spending his nights in the nearest (own, or at the neighbor's. Others I have framed in largo letters and hung on the wall the proverb, "Early to bed and early to VHO, makes a man healthy, wealthy and and every evening1 when the 'chores are .done the father says 'Away to bed, boys, you must set-up early in the morning." Ami what is result? Homos which might be bright with j music, have none. lioohs -to read, .are none.'save the .almanac. .Visitors may. bin tho tion is hens -horses, hor- ses, one -wishes anytfiny for a change. H is.uyeloss to asl; any j young person., to endure the life, some' hoy's have to put up with on a farm. I Bill' if is put within their leach if the science of agriculture is raised to the 'high position it should j '.occupy 'in the educational cirricnlum of such a country as ours, if the home life is made the problem j of keeping boys on the farm will be easily solved. Farming in this country, will some day hold the high position it does in the Old Country. Hankers may hav-e money, and store it; tradesman may handle goods and make a profit; but the man who creates a new dcVlar is the farmer. Druggists may mix drugs (that do good; lawyers may make i'ab- iulous sums by handling papers; but [the farmer deals with living tilings, with animals and with Nature.' Ho lhas failures, and he has successes; :but there is always .hope, thankful- jnesB and praise. RAYMOND ODDFELLOWS TO HOLD INITIATION KNIGHT ACADEMY NOTES We Carry a Full Line of DRY GOODS GENTS FURNISHINGS GROCERIES FURNITURE HARDWARE CHINA, GLASSWARE Raymond Mercantile Co., Ltd. We, want your trade. Raymond. Alta. We have sold this week sixty-five horses from pur Ranch and are now breeding only registered Clydesdales. '-j> Our Livery Rigs will meet travellers at arty point on the A. R. A. I. system. You may phone long distance at our expense.. .Our phone number Is 37B. We arc Proprietors of the Raymond 'Hotel and do the dray work for the Town C. W. Card Sons Raymond Raymond, Nov. Building; Skinkle, who was christened Ray- Association of the Oddfellows are to mond, may make liis home in Jtay- hold an oyster snpjje'r and daiice in mond, and if so, will work for a man i their hall tonight. i who was named like his employee. j A baby girl came to the home of A second initiation of charter mom- I Mr. and .Mrs. Jos. L-emar, on Satur- hers W'''I he held in tho lodge room day night, November IS. i of the Independent Order of Oddfel- Miss Nellie Alaliuvisb, who spent lows. Raymond .'.Lodge, on .Tuesday the summer teaching' at Seven Per-. night, December "This will pro- 1 sons, has gone to Tyrell's L-ak-e, east bably be the last opportunity of get- of New Dayton, to Instruct the young, ting in on the charter list, and no minds there. [one who intends joining should miss Dr. J. S. Wr.iy has purchased from -the opportunity. "R. A. Gillies is -Noble I Weiss Eros, the white cottage at the i Grand, and will be glad to give any of First street West and First j information necessary to anyone ask- street North, west of tlie Operating. Iu some places fraternal socie- Hoiise, in which lie has liis office. I ties have proven that they, can ac- John who sold his a. great good, apart a'itogetu- southeast of Raymond, to August Nel-'er from fratemalism and -insurance, son, leaves on Monday next for Ran- by the organization of a debating dolph, Wis., where he will spend the side. Some of tlie foremost platform winter. Mr. Davius intends returning t speakers now in the public eye, ac- the spring. j quired confidence, their self Chas. McCarty has been ill, confin-' control, and some'of their ability, ed to his room, in Salt Lake City. At j within the halls of their local frater- his home hero his daughter Leah lias societies. H seems a splendid been ill. Both, we are glad to report, for the winter months, providing are Mr. Mc'Cnr'y is ra- it does-advantages that are three- covering so rapidly that he is expect- profit and practice. ed home soon, and Miss Leah so nice One oi" the jnTieors at the insta'ila- ly that she will be around soon. tion remarked to a local officer that There was a song service in the he had never seen a finer body otl Presbyterian Church last Sunday. Mr. men Installed in this province. The Tait. has been on'the sick list- for a meets every Tuesday STIRLING Stirling. Nov. trouble Rhooter of the government telephones was in town on Monday, malting re- jialrs. It in reported 'n that a big Is to be bulk and'operat- ed in Stirling. Lcthhri-Jgc vlsi since laa-i isBiie -h.ivo been: LOUIB nrnmliey, Mian Kdith Doyson, JOB. Brandley and Wil- fred Uranclley. Airs. A. Micktefion has been rontin- oil to hed for threo days last week suffering from ia grippe. .Mrs. Tiioo Drandiey, jr., baa gone to Dell, Mont., where Mr. IB employed. They will probably stay ill! sirring. Miss 'Robertson, Of the Public KchooJ teaching staff, re turned OR Monday from Calgary, where ahe had been cnlletJ by wire, owing to tho Ill- ness of her brother there. Mr. orison IK sufffcTtiiK from ail attack of appendicitis, but has now his alstcr, Nurse Robertson, attending him. On Thursday night, the Itellef fio- dcty, hold n dunce In t.ho ine-ellng house, to celebrate the United States Thanksgiving. The old Stirling ot- (iheg-tra, compound of 1 tattle Chtrkr. plaiio; Duncan violin; Weaver, cornet, aim Davis, iiombone, are to supply tho music. The Young Men'a and Young Lad- ies' Mutual Improvement association arc to hold a conjoint meeting on Sat- urday night next in the meeting house' at 7 p.m. The following pro- gramme will be given: Lecture, .log. Brandley: solo, Miss Holla Nelson: review of ciirr'e'nt 'events, Albert BraiKlley; piano duet, Misses Mable Kiul Alice Steed; recitation, Loronza Ilolimin. Everybody is invited. few days and was not able to be out. Will Rates, who was taken to Leth-' bridge for an operation for appendi- citis, is improving nicely. The op- eration was performed by Dr. Nally on Sa'turday. I Raymond Skinklo, of Kaliapel, 1 Mont., is a visitor to Raymond. There must be an affinity in names. Mr. at 8 o'clock, and is always open for the reception of new members. At next Tuesday's Initiation a full de- gree team from Lethbridge_ will put on the work. .7. A. Tulle, represent- ing the Oddfellows' Relief Society of the province, will be present. Card- ston will ha represented and lun- cheon will be served in the hall. CHURCH APPOINTS DELEGATES TO VISIT WARDS AND BRANCHES IKON SPRINGS Iron Springs, Xov. thresh- ing ci'ev.s were all busy during the I fine, weatlrer of the past week, and wp all hope it will coalinne, as there I is of threshing yet to be done. I A. -Jones and T. Siaymaker went to Claresholm last week to join a threshing outfit. I .U'-s. O. W. Pcatson. returned last week from across the river, where I she had spent several weeks. j Miss Pearson is home-after a few I months' Slav at. Diamond Cllv. i j The Iron Springs fanners are busy i hauling coat from tho IMamonil mine. i The ileiches coal miiie is closed for. i tin; present. T. ATe.Nab is building an implement oi large proportions. The following is the list' of High j Council members delegated to visit i wards and branches in the Taylor Stake during the month of December, j'in connection with the work of tho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day :Suints: j Grassy 10, O. A. Woolly, Molm Dec. 17, H. W. W. Ackrold: Dec. 24, F. B. Hotfson, T. W. Harris. Lenard 10, T. 0. King, Ray Knight; Dec. -17, Jno. T. Hcnlngar, jr., Jas. B. Ilirie; Dec. 2-1, H. S. Young, J. F. Salmon; Dec. 31, i D. P. Stevens, Kmil Weed, i 30, J. T. Henln- ger, Jas, Hlrie: Dec. 2-1, T. O. King, ;Ray Knight.; Dec. 31, O. V. Kawnn, W. JK. Stevens. 10, K. B. Hicks, W. Redd; Dec. 17, T. O. King, Kay j Knight; Dec. 24, y. W. Taylor, W. AckroUl; Dec, 31, F. B. Kolfson, T. W. Harris. 30, D. F. IK. Wcdd; Dec. n. Hicks, W. Hedd; Dec. 21, O. A. Woolly, J. L. juntos. 10, H. W. Taylor, W. Ackrold; Dec. 17, F. B. Roll'son, T. W. Harris; Dec. D. F. Fawns, W. n. Stevens; Dec. U. S. Young, J. F. Salmon. .10. D. F. Fawns, W. R. Stevens; Doc. 17. O. A. Woolly, .Ino. L. C.lbb; Dec. 31, T. O. King, Hay Knight. 10, D. S. Young, .1. F. Salmon; Dec. D. F. Stevens, E. Weed; Dec. T. Ileninger, jr, .las. Itlrie. Tyre.'i's U 10, F. n. liolf- fion. T. W. Harris; Dec. 17, D. F. Kawns, W. R. Stevens; Dec. 31, B. Hicks, W. Heild. 10, B. S. Young. J. F. Salmon; Doc. 24, J. T. llenlngnr. Jr., .Ian. B. Rl-rie; Dec. 31, O. A. Woolly, .Inc. U Olbb. Raymond, Nov. he beautiful little opera, was rep-eat- eiKon Wednesday night.last, growing out of many special requests on the .part 'of tile music-loving people of i Haymond. The Academy choir is (loins lent work under instructor Nye. j Instructors- Woolf and Wright at- 'tended o.narterly conference1 of AltertaT.Stake, held at Cardston, on Saturday-ant! Sunday last. j The mid-winter courses have been j outlined by a committee of the fac- j ulty, and the classes will begin act-! ive work on Monday next. Cours-as .will be offered in sub-liizh school' and in high school work, designed to prepare boys and girls for real life. It1 is expected that a larg-e number of j students'will enter these courses. j Don Skouson, as-student-body pres-j ident. is pushing matters, and the Ac- j ademy will soon have an effective student-body organization, which will j promote activities, athletic and for- j senic, suitable to the proper growth j 'of the institution. j I Xew-al Rich, missionary, will, at cha pel, on Friday next, explain the doc-} trinal points involved in the Baptism of .fes-is fMattliew j AM being well, the -Academy will i have a large number of sUidants write Upon the departmental examination? in June next. Word has been received that a large c-rder of chemical supplies and appar- atus has been shipped from the East.- By the time this shipment arrives, the mechanic arts department will have the cabinets and tables' nindft. and then tlie Kniplvi Academy can boast of a splendidly equipped chem- ical laboratory, one of the best in Southern Alberta. Grant Card, One of our students, has accepted a position in Taber, and has discontinued his work with us. The Academy rejoices in the priv- iilege of publishing a weekly' budget tho Daily Herald. "Knight Acatl- 'emy so published, means do- I served publicity for the Academy, -is TO MAKE A LONG TALE Cut it down, and to make our prices 'on lumber popular witb builders anil [homo makers we bave cut'tl-em down ialso. We will anyone in oi.r i line of business to cut down prices on ilhe same quality of high grade build- iing lumber any low-er (.ban we hvive j dono, and we are offering tho very best, that is '-cutxlowu" from the forest at bed rock prices. j GORDON i STARK 'RAYMOND, ALBERTA LAMB AND MINT SAUCE Is about us choice a roast as you c.-ui If you want -It good WE YOUNG AND Some sbopA .sell old ..million and call 'it lamb. Not here though. When wti 'tili'you'r'brder foivlamb It's the best Hie market afforifs. WE SUPPLY-ALL KINDS BEST MEAT IN MARKET THE RAYMOND MEAT MARKET Plcpgrass Bros Phone 17 Gillies McDuffee to Loan on Farm Property A Land Snap that will soon be taken 1040 acre Kaneh 1'our and one-hall' miles .south of -.Raymond. All fenced, good, houses stable and class well and wind- mill. Per Acre; acre casJi. Terms on .Balance. Investigaie. R. A. GILLIES, JEWELER RAYMOND, ALTA. A. F. McDU-FFEE, CRUGGIST RAYMOND, ALTA. WHEAT CENTRE trip from l.elhbridgc afior a hard Hun city. Will Koenickp and liis sister, Wheat Centre, Nov. 19.-A parly Oi werc visiiors al Wheat Centrn young folks from Wheat t'ciitrc took OI1. cv'cniirg and enjoyed a in tlie dunce (riven'at. Kosemoad on shorl.. vish with Mr. Molt and fam- Kridav evening, Nov.. 17ih, and aU_ily........_ __ __ n....... iaiso added interest in the columns j Covert groally, for (1.'ivs grccll froill menus, wliich consisted of codec, lopora. will lie cast Ms week.. j probability Mm cast will be made jraku, sandwiches anil ice cream. u-hoily within the faculty. Hut three weeks remain berore tile (Jhriatmas vacation. The faculty will give botore-Cbristnms in ail departmentH. Tho bachelors ni Sweet Vallcv district have the liachelovs of tho Wheat L'calrc district, beat to a fra''" when it comes to n malrlinonial At llio end of the year the totnl of government nultlw nold the not. of IflOfl The totil vuliM of iinnul- III and plld on piircl( Jlessra. Stariii P., H. A. and L. established in Vancouver u largo trunk factory. The American Blower Company of Detroit, manufacturers of ventHatlng fans, may erect a factory In Windsor, Ont' A new Innurance corporation on the name.lines as Lloyds may be The new 'concern will pay xtlentloli to Canadian htlftlnens. Herman Affeldt, a faTmdr lIvInK Onlrevllle, Ont., who waa ehirged with nrlion, been din- wti nWHIffl- clwt lo Qonvkt. Garninn .Incohsnn is slacking grccn fecil these ilays He expects a long, hard winter, aiid is preparing for tho A lio.v social anil dance will be giv- en at Hi.-1 schoolhoiisc at Vctwood, nnd i've.rvone is cordially invited lo point, as two of llu'ii" iiirii hCL-n aUernl. lucky enough lo net life partners; so Who hellcvrs Ihal Allierla docs not- hurry up, you bachelors, aad ihc tables. aii fsivcel Vnllcy. Cfannair .liicobson arrived from Ilie I'ily coal mine with a loarl of. con! and reports thai the roails am very heavy, to travel on acgminl of 'the deep snow. Albcrl Mouicii arrived liomi' from hard wintrr, as llicri: is oi Xohlc last week ami is going to for the winter ,and reports that the pjraia is not- thrcsbfd yet in that district., live up J-ciiiilatioi! as Sunny Alberla. To see liicn go out driving without owl-coals and mills proves that Alhrrln has Ilium nil heal, when it lo a show-down. The slock in this part of vlic- coun- try is all in good shape to stand >i feed on the prairie. The homcstcmlrrs will bn a disap- pointed lot if Inn long-looked tor rnil- road does not come next1 fill, so and family arrived; thai, they ean draw their htg crops I fcome Us'i Wednesday evening from a cloBcr niarkvi. ;