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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November 2U. I1U1. TUB f JSTBBHIPOE DAILY gEKALP 11. KaigM Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta era of the Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beeti DEA.L15 IIS BREEDER'S' ft? F1KST'GLASS HOUSES'AND CATTLE. THE-HOKBES INCLUDE PURE BREDS, OUT OF WHICH OFF YEARLY SOME OF THE BEST DRAFT HORSES IN ALBERTA.' HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS K. P. ELLISON Manager JAW. -E. ELLISON Secretury Improved Ranch Land Totil IIIIMOCI of acies Number of ncres under lion lontea I 1 miles -south West of HHymond.'' Excellent dark ikh Irani highest yield of wheat per acre, 52 bushels. supph c "client Inke joins roach, two good n I 1 miles ft 'enelng on rand'. I'nce S80.0I) ) iicie, mcludln Urn ind Also have 75 head of irold ind tar heavv celts to sell -prbvid- me rn i is told Vi imported mire 'irad K'uirc stallion. "I-U'n- Mijor for sale now. yoara old. For further particu- lars and infottration apply to BRIMHALL BROTHERS RAYMOND, ALTA. _______ Her Degener THE'HOUSE OF QUALITY ARE AGENTS FOR 1 Be :lisivai! Cream Separators Shenvin-Williams Co., Paints, OilN, i-andVaniishes.. Smith Bond J Malleable Steel Kanges. .Stirling, -Alberta. A Meeting of Board and Business Men Generally Will Be Held in THE COUNCIL CHAMBER On .Wednesday, Nov. 29th, at 8 o'clock. To meet with and hear addresses from repre- .sentalives of' the Associated Boards of Trade of Southern A-lber'tn. V- importance in connection with Iiie Dry Farming Congress next year will be discussed. For the Baymond of the Herald, soe.W. Tttit, the HfTrald's representative at Raymond, Ac- coin inodatibn will he made for "Jjpst, Strayed or ads., Cards of Thanks, Govern- ment Municipal, and Advertising, -Theatrical Notices, etc.' Subscriptions may be left, at the Post 'Office, or handed to Mr. Tait. If You liave any news of interest, ring 95. and it will receive attention. 'Southern'Representative, The Security Investment Co. Ltd. For Quick Sale wo offer "a snip on 720 acre 680 acres under ciiltiviitiou, good stable, water, fences, excellent roads and an easy contract. per acre. -Will take other larmjand or town property in part payment. Au has just harvested from thin firm land I. In fine shape for another, season. School house one half mllo, and'pn the of tho Grand Trunk Pacific. If you want a snap cill up No. 15 Raymond -or drop us a line.. Raymond or Daylou. GEO. H. BUDD, Manager RAYMOND HAS ONE OF THE BEST PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN THE PROVINCE Raymond, Nov. 1S09 mond' began work on a new roolujd brick school building, which was "completed for Banter of 1910, at a cost of B. F. Roltsou, of riaymond, wan. the architect; Suan- Y iiuyiituiiu, WUM LIIB UIUIIILVI.L, j i non Bros, and Cassidy, of Saskatoon, the contractors, and Win. Paris, of rtaymond; Installed the-'h'SiftinB; plant' The building has teaching rooms, a large teachers' room, trustees', library, and Messrs. B. A. Smith, principal; ,T; W. Verge, King; Jlissea Davte.% Boyoon, .BIllsQn, Stevenson, Redd, Jl. and V. Alien. With such a large staff of .teachers, a fairer grad- ing of than in schools with smaller staff. This ia advantageous to and girls, as children of very diverse ability arc not so likely to IftVe (o work togoth- Monthly meetings 6f the teachers arc called by the principal for the ruom, It usl-eeS-... iiuritry, uitu untmu uj four large ia heated and j purpose of discussing quostions of ventilated with the Economy stem importance relating to the conduct of the Peares-Waldron Co., lighted by i of tho school. Besides the above, a large windows on the left and behind I meeting of teachers is the pupils, 'with electric lichts j held once a mouth. To this meeting throughout, and has a. complete wa-i parents ara invited the teach- tc-r. system. j and discuss with them matters i The Board has (round in readiness of interest in the relation of the for tbe planting of trees, etc, In the ent, the teacher, child. These 1 spring. This with tbe building of a mowings are helpful parents i new fence unoirt tliu will and teachers., At the nest meeting greatly add to tire appearance of the a paper will be read by the Mayor school. The following ten teachers on "The Unity in the Alms of Paient make up the staff of the school: and-Teacher.'! The teachers have lately organiz- ed a basket -ball club, having got the consent :of the school board to use the auditorium of the building for a court. Tho boys have also bfteu busy football teams, so that athletics will not be neglected. Tho" eohool has a fine library of some three hundred volumes. An order for an additional one hundred and fifty volumes- has: lately been placed: A library such as this gives the children access to some of the world's beet literature. That t appreciate and enjoy it is shown by the fact that from fifty to 'ojia bun dred books are'exchanged each week The school is provided with abund ance of blackboard space ,has a case of the latest relief maps, globes, cyclopaedia, teachersj reference books, etc. Altogether rtaymond pub lie school may. bo placed in the front rank among tire piibllc schools of the province. It reflects great credit on the school board, the town and the people, NEW DAYTON New Dayton, Nov. like other Southern Alberta towns, has experienced1 a car shortage but line not suffered the blocade that some ot the neighboring towns have been up against. Last week we got eight cars in one day and the elevators got some bins emptied The Sunny Belt has been shipping ah average of two cars a day. The towns on A. R. I syrtem have a great many..grievances to vent and it might he a good plan to join forces In presenting a good kick to the Railway Cpmmls- sion. Raymond Lodge Independent Order of Oddfellows are to hold second in- itiation ot charter memberi on Tues- day night, December 8th In the lodge rooms at Raymond. This will be Uie last opportunity ot getting in on Hio charter list and. no one should miis It, New Dayton has a number of young men who ought to now join a fraternal society. Raymond, ia hot too for away and when New Dayton, has members enough a transfer can bo given n lodge organized here. R. A. Olllis of Raymond has sent cards to several here and will gladly give information to anyone wishing it. Mr. I. Smile, foreman on the Malmi Faim, WHB in town on Monday "ud in conversation with the Herald said that about 15 days would finrah up threshing on the company's form. The [machine owned by 0. .Atkins ran all last week and good work was done considering the condition of itho grain. An immense crap has been harvested on this farm. Ten wagons have been hauling practically all fall. The grain Ia being handled for the Malm! Farming Co., by the Sunny Belt Jones k pill elevators. J. W. Fry, who with Mm. Fry has spent the summer with >hlB son Alcbln at Now Dayton, left on Monday for his IPORTANT CHANGES FORI BHJADOWED H'ottawa, ,Vov. indicated In la Speech from the Throne the gov- riitnent proposes to introduce leglsln- in in regard -to the archives brunch tho Department ot Agriculture, Ich will be to the.Dcpart- .jnt of..Stats. It> It probable that iher In the Department of agricultural work being centralized under the direction of expert dep- uty minister. If