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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta fragc 1ft THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday. Jnly 3, "THE JUNCTION TOWN" M. L. MILLER Manager 0. H. DEOEiNER ScciotaryTreasurer Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, Alta. The Junction TOAVU Greatest snap ever offered in Alberta; 1-2 section laud, three miles from elevator, one hundred and twenty-five acres in wheat; twenty acres oats; house, barn and well with good water. .All fenced.. per .Half cash, balance easy. to Loan .On large or small dwellings .and business properties. Wiry pay rent? .Build a home. List your .property with us and get the best nossible returns. Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Theodore !Brandley -Dealer in awl Shoes Dry Goods Groceries Hardware, Etc. of Stirling Best goods at lowest possible prices, aitd courteous tieatmO'.i to' all, is our policy. Stirling, Aita. A. E., Fawns .x "Agent lor i. Emerson Tudttope Buggies Sawy'er Masscy Eirgiiies-ft Separators Hosier Press Drills -Starling, Alta. Pioneer Harness Shop Ready Made Harness and Har- 'ness Parts. Repairing a specialty. All work guaranteed. International Stock Food and Horse Medicine. E. SCHAFFEK STIRLING ALBERTA Men Wanted WORK On line eaet of Stirling. Apply on the work. Also willbuy good baled tim- othy or blue joint. JOHN TIMOTHY I Ppit Office LOYAL STIRLING HELD A SPLENDID CELEBRATION PATRIOTIC WERE GREATLY SPORTS AND DANCE prevented tbe celebration at Stirling on Dominion Day, but its citizens were not .to be daunted in their desire to give open evidence of their loyalty to Kirig and country, and as soon as the grounds in the public square opposite the nt the celebration was called. In the meeting hall in the morning the patriotic program arranged was curried out and proved to be of a high order. As an opening selection the assembled people "aarig ''America." Recitations of a patriotic nature given by Jos. Brandley and Miss .Lor- ene Holman: songs were contributed bv Miss Elsie Clarke, Miss Louie Oler and Riley Weaver, the latter singing "The Golden a com- position by Mrs. Amanda Nilssou of Ravmoud. the music to which was written by the late Uriel O'Brien. Misses Delia Nelson and Delia Passey sang a duet which was very favorably received. The most important items o-f the morning however, were foist to the flag given b> Lawyer pstlun-d ofrLethbridge, and .an .oration on Canada bi, Fred Spackman Mr Ostlund took the Union Jack and ex- pinned how it waa made the sig niflcance of the different crosses. ,Mr. Spackman made his remarks beacon the histon of confederation ed the stepe leading up to its con- summation from the time of Jacques Cartier and compared Canada with other countries in the matter of de- velopment. He showed by referring to the population per square inch that the country WHS but in its infancy, and predicted a great future for it. Sports Afternoon In the afternoon, baseball, held the attention of the visitors to the ground. Two splendid teams were chosen and on -the Hne-tip there was material for good league ball. The gentleman's and ladies' needle race 'was interesting and was won by Leland Holman and Fred Spackman second Tor the former, and Mrs. J. T. Ross and Mrs. John Hill for the lat- ter. In the free for all V. Spackman finished first with Leland Holman right behind him. The children had their turn on the track and their events were full of interest to Refreshments' and Dance During the afternoon and evening the ladies of the refreshment commit- tee had a tent between meeting hall'and .the school, and -dispensed ice cream, lemonade, candy, sandwiches etc Mrb R J jWithers v-as chair man or'the committee and excellent work was: done. ,The proceeds went toward the, building fund of a new meeting house In the evenjng, a glance given in the hall which" has recently been fitted up and Decorated for the occas- ion. A daue'e was. also given on Mon- day night and both, proved attractive In the afternoon ihe children had a dance in Me building. On the whole Stirling is to be con- giatulated on its loyalty and energy in the preparation and carrying out of this celebration. A large gang of workmen with nine cars, including living apartments for the men, arrived in Stirling on Satur- day, and began work on the construc- tion yard and sidings for the new On Saturday after- noon some 'work was done immediate- ly in front of the station, and on -Mon- day and Tuesday the work of lifting rails'for the putting In of.-the switch was started, and by the time Tuesday night's passenger train went .through the work on the main line was completed. The switch is to turn trains oh tho Stirling-Weyburn line of the C. P. R. upon, which it is understood steel is to be laid for a considerable distance at once to pro-! vide for storage room for cars, and! also, for the piling .up of construction material. It is understood also that I two or three sidings are .to-be.-laid at j Stirling and these, too, will be used for storage purposes: and for piling yards. The C. P. R. has been ship- ping in during the past month an av erage of a car ot material a day, .This material consists of bridge stuff, sid- ing material, ties, switches, spikes and different stuff that will be used hi 'the course of construction. No special rate is this, year to be given for pass-anger service .10. Sweet Grass for the fourth of July celebra- tion at that Place Under the.caption, "Active, develop- ment at the" Realty and Building Record of Winnipeg has a column on Stirling doings. Announce ment is marie of development} crop -prospects. Land Values at Stirling Will Advance 25 per ct. in next 2 mo. Grain will be handled on the Stirling- Wey- months.. Mr s splendid working equipment The fit consists of a nost wu stringer and stretcher tn whole being work-ed bj one NEW DAYTON g work-ed bj one hqrsas and two men, and necessary to double any gr stretching as many wires a sary: The driver is wu.e {j eanl o und in g neces- -with a heavy hammer and from to three drops will sink a post to required depth. The bundles of are set on spiles on the wagon, ueing attached to the first sot ana- as the team drive along wire stretched, and when required number of. posts are and 'stapled. The with Mr Scott and valuable one to hi busy during the time, when he is on his farm is spread a originated plOied a n> jie has been ater part of the actually working constructing fences DOUBLED LINE OF DEFENCE Sydney, N'. S., July. 2. thousand oadets yesterday'.lolned the militia, practically doubling the first line of defence. uu ...0 IUI'.K, i-conSirucuils throuthout theXentiie country The equipment on wagon wheels with extendcgj axles, and can be eas- ily moved one team Of horses All drought is. How past at New the abundant lain ot the luning nenetiat ed in sod to a'depth.of from six inches, and cultivated land moist for severel feet down "JC last rain'haying-'penetrated' to fleet the moisture from the sub-soil Speaking with G. C. McDonald, man- iger of the Miami Fanning Co vho i fhe thousand icrc farm south New Da) ton, the Herald learned frequent.showers in the southern P'Jt of New Da> ton district had kepi soil moist and had dining all the spell allayed fears of the farmers that district.'1-With the additional in that has come the last week end r McDonald assured the reporter [hat fall wheat was now absolutely ife regardless of -future rain, and a ;.tle moisture laler on would assure Dayton district an. abundant 'of'soring and coarse grains; It of has .been estimated -that at this'sea-j son New Dayton- will without difficivl: ty -produce a half a million bushels of grain, and will sustain the reputation of the district as 'the "Wheat Centra of Southern Alberta '___ The Ladies Aid. church are W hold an ice cream soc ial and ..jKtertainment in .the church on night July 4th The Proceeds to .he devoted :tp one of the 1 'jtiis for church improvement -which ,ihe ladies have in mind. l Mr and Mrs G II Morcland rela brated Dominion Day by a nice house party, to which a few of their fri-ends were invited. Among the guests pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mahood, Mr. ami Mrs. n. P. Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. H. 15. Goidsworthy, Alchin Fry, John and Walter Rentz, Chos. ferty and -Miss Reid. Dancing was indulged in and a nice luncheon serv- ed. Mrs. W. Ingalls of Lethbridge.was also a guest at the Moreland home for this occasion. On this neek Kenny entertained a number of her'frlends at a very delightful lunch- eon.. Covers were spread for six, those present being Mr. and Mrs. W S Rouse Miss Miller Mr ind Mrs Maik Hover and D I Henroid Neil Stalker, of Graasy a large sheep owner, who has .between four and five thousand on Kipp Cou- .of New Dayton, got off at New-Day ton on Saturday and went out to the clipping corrals on the cou- make final for the .clipping of his own bunch. Mr. Stalker has a ranch north of Grassy j has another bunch of sheep there. He reports the clip this year as being a very good one md will ship his wool from New Earl GoriH goes to Sweet Grisi, to morrow with Warner bnsebill club to pitch in the game between Warner ind Sweet Grass It is nnticlpa.od Sweet Grass team will re- .present the best .material to be found in norlhern Montana and a good game is expected. This Is For Tra4e 160 acies, 6 miles fiom town with school s th'r road. 80 acres under cultivation; small house and bain, all fenced, will tiade ioi lioiscs 01 cattle Piice fcSOjjcr acie. Cousins Whitsel Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. Duncan Dry Goods Shelf and Heavy Hardware Groceries, Paints and Oils Boots and Shoes, Steam Fittings American Woven ire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. EARLY WHEAT AT INDIAN HEAD FARM Indian Head, Sask., July quis wheat on the Jlackay farm Is hearting out and'is over 30 inches high. It. sown April I. The new Prelude wheat planted. April 22 was well headed out two days ago. TITANIC TRINITY OF NEW YORK WIDOWS York. July together in their common griet In the loss ol their husbinds in Mrs. John Jacob Astor, Mrs. Georgo D. Widencr, ,ind .Mrs. JphnvU. Thaycr limo just scaled a Inelong compact of lose and friendship she has lived secluded from practically all of her New York intimate and society friends since the disaster and subsequent funeral of Colonel Astor, his young wife, who has just given up an entire week of a visit with 'Mrs, Thayer and Mrs. Widencr at their'homes in Philadel- phia, Ins retut tied Ihis week to hei I iftli home Airs hrls of (he 'losing to her intim.i'e SPEAKER'S CHAIR TO EXSPEAKER Ottawa lul> In accorlance ulth the long established practice, tho i. hair occupied bj( Tobn Charles Mar- cel, speaker of the House of Com- mons during the last term of the Laurrer regime, has been sent to ex-speaker- and will In future adorn his Montreal antlbecome a family heirloom. Change of Service Beginning Sunday, JWIP ifi, servica will be held in Presbyterian- churches Raymond 31 a. m. Sflrllng 1pm v Now 7 iO p m Hnymond aiitl Now Uayfon people arc-.askcd to take note of the cliangt. ;