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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTlIimiDGE DAILY IIKRALD July "THE JUNCTIONTOWN" M. L. MILLBH Manager O. II. DEGBNBK SecretnryTreasurer Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, Alta: The-Junction Town Greatest snap ever ollVml in Alberta; 1-2 section land, throe miles Iroin one hundred and acres In oats; hmue, bam and well good Avalor. All fenced. cL'j.OO pei JIalf on-ih, balance easy. to Loan On large or small dwellings and business .properties. _ Why pay rent? Build a home. List your ill- us and get the best returns. RAIN BRIGHTENSJJfp BUSINESS SHIPPING WOOL AT NEW DAYTON Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries GOOD FEELING .PREVAILS AT STIRLING GRADING MA- CHINE STRUCK A SNAG Stilling, July recent ran has made a decided change m busi ness at Stirling.. In .conversation with several merchants the Herald has eainetl that the mercantile has'con- sideiaub loosed up and farmers are spending more monsj than has been he case for some time past The ;itizens Lumber Co is preparing for the big rush for -building which is being the anticipation of Stirling's big crop this season. Two carloads have arrived this week apd are being unloaded and piled In the yard. Ma chine agents ale also nusj'aiiil sev eral orders have been: :placed foi pieces of large machmerj flhich are to be used for heavv work and the big jobs on the large (arms m ,the vicmltj of Stirling Steam outfits liave pulled out again and are break- ing sod. while work on summer fal :owed land is being pushed along as rapidlj as possible preparation for barn is being issd as a teuipor.irj storage house.; It is anticipated that an oil house will be built just a's scon as he plani, for the siding are estab Jished at Stirling ami that oil tanki, vull also be set up F J Gumming of the Faun Secuntj Co. at Lethbiidge, passed through Stirling last cloning en route for Lethbrltlge Batter having spent four days investigating several real estate propositions south of the city. In conversation .with the Herald repre A. E.' Fawns Agent for Deering'Ha pester Machinery Erncisou Plows Tudhope Buggies Sawyer Massey Engincs Separators Hossiei'-Eress Drills- Stirling, Alia. Pioneer Harness Shon Heady-Made Harness anfi Har ,ness Parts Repairing a. specialty. All guaranteed. International Stock Pood and Horse Medicine. E. SCHAFFEK STIRLING ALBERTA MAGRATH DAY ISJJLY 24TH TOWN WILL LIKELY HOLD BIG OF THE GARDEN CITY Magrath, July 7-.Mrs James Ev- ans, accompanied, bv h'er two sons Francis and David, left this week toi Hurley; Idaho, vvlieie they will make their fiitme home Mr Evans is al readjn in the Gem state, am en up laud In the Burlev district They are one of the oldest and mos highly respected families in Magrat mid Iheir removal from Ihe lown vvi he much regretted by theli man fi lends. MI'S% Evans was president o Ine Pnmary association of the Churc of Tesus Cluist of Latter Day Saints and ihe will be greatly missed n this spheie. Jti was also ac in chinch work Mrs. C. W. Stoddard, who has been ill Tor some time and who underwent an operation in the Gait hospital re- Men Wanted WORK On line east of Stirling. Apply on the will biiv good haled tiro- othv or blue Joint. Applj JOHN TIMOTHY Maybutt Poit Office i.ently, is now impioving very satis- factorily, much to the 'delight of her relatives "and friends Ifiss Hazel Stoddard, who has been teaching school at Buidett during the past school jear, is now attending her mother. The lime has arrived foi tile majo and council .to act In the matter o a celebration in Magrath on the 24t of Ilih. Pioneer Day and Magrat daj. This day has alvvajs been com memoMted in Magiath vvjth a rni ing demonstration. There is no lea son why It should not be thus oh servrd this season. With prospects foi a bumper hanest the biggest celebration In jea'rs should large seeding Qf fall wheat tins fall. t John Timoths, railwaj contractor, had the misfortune to have the larg grading machine break down at fou o'cloLk on Thursday! afternoon A the time this budget" left Stirling to day it bad not been possible to eftec repaiii Repairs have been sent for and just as soon as they arnve thej will be fitted and operations will be resumed, Vi llniQtlrj's camp has been moved to a point three miles east of wlieie it was first set, and he s now working towards the camp of Folej Bros who have moved their camo three miles west. R B Patter on, a new contractor, ,haa recently aken a mile ofjoad ast of Scofct'g camp about six miles east of Stirling Mr Timothy is de- termined that the work shall be push ed ahead with the utmost speed so that steel may be laid in time to move this v ear's crop Dr I! F Keillor parsed through HIGHEST PRICE AND HARK ER'S PRODUCT IS PRONOUNC AS TOP NOTCH New Dajton, Julj V And revvs, wool merchant oi Toionto, and his bujei, E E Firth, both in Vew Dajton this week in connection with the wool which is being shipped Mr Andrews bought wool last jear and there was a decided demand toi sn'PPed from Stirling This jeni he aim property between the Crow's sot pounds, from Hu Nest laihvay and the international boundary. Mr Cummings had been east of Coutts in 112 and icports that conversation jvuth the Herald repre "uu WOTI sentative, Mr. dimming stated that from tn's point Teal estate was loosening up and that R c Harvej's crop conditions in ihat distuct aie, for the'-'good price'which Mr Bishop wool hi ought vvas the "act Values at Stirling Will Advance 25 per ct. in next 2 mo. f Ofiaiu will be handled on the Stirliug-Wey- 'luu-n line in 4 months. You bettor get m on sonic of this real estate. Let as know what you ant to buy or wish to sell. W. McD Tait at Stirling ieen Hotel Offers For the Traveling Stirling this mornlngr en route for the construction camps on the Stir- ling-Wevburn line, ot w'hicb.he mil make a medical inspection It vvas announced some time ago hat Stirling had been made the dls Tilniling point for the Continental Oil Co, and that Wm .fisher had been appointed agent Tjle first large shipment of goods arrived on Wed- nesday o-f this week, and the vacant muse in the vicinltv of the liverj jiuu i-uwiia, urutuer ot Bishop H vvooi niought vvas the "act Fawns, who has a farm south east of that 'he glower fhart given particular town, had an operation performed on attention to breeding a quality of his foot jester'day While which would produce a good Jasketball last February Mr Fawns I duality of wool Thig bujer wnose.i woke the tip of the inferior end of flrm has headquarters in'Montreal the livula and the injury has ever has bought from Mr Harker for eight since been giv ing him a good deal of years, and he paid his pation the rouble: compliment ot saying that all he Pallman Johnson; who recently needed to do was to look at the end moved into the Stirling district, and of sack of Mr. Barkers wool and ettled on a farm east of the station, he would know that the quality would as moved Into town and taken up "is "Sht through' eiidence Quite a- nice ice cream social was George W Wright, who has charge held m the Presbyterian church on! of the pumping stages for the C P Thursday night, Julj 4 at whVb a R, on their 'ands south of Lethbndge nice amount was added to the funds made a trip to Sweet Grass on Thurs- of the Ladlei' Aid Society of the Pres ,y- byterian church Ice cream had been Mr Lane -who recently moved to ordered from Lethbndge, butlfailed to Stirling, and has been employed in arrive as cvpected and the lajies the section been appointed were put to tne necessity of getting section foi man at Wainei and moved to work and making ice cream to that town with his family this themselves This work was accom Wr! E, Plished in good time, and H B Goidsworthy, manager of the sufficient for all who required Jt Cake' Alberta Wheat Growers farm at Weils was also served, and a splenBid ciowd SDCnt this wrplr in Snnkano nn hiioLt s spent this week m Spokane on busi- ness connected with the companj THE DAILY SLAUGHTER Utrobe, Pa, July 5-Eighteen per- were killed, a number fatallv in- Jlired, nnd many others hurt at 3-10 (hit iafternoon, when a passenger train on lnc Ligoiilpr Valley lallroad smashed behind by a double hMder freight train.. only one pas- senger escaped without in jmj. The accident occurred at the fair grounds ai Wllpen, one-half mile from Llgon- ier, a summer resort. Change of Senrice ricglnnlng June 16, service be held in Preabjterlan churches Raymond 11 a m. Stirling, 3 p. m. New Dayton 730 p. m Hnymond'and New people s su bi> held. Of coulse it is the duty of the maim lo take the initiative step in Ihla direction. Tho Miigratl, Board of Trade hale under consideration the holding of a grand concert to he held On the of (he 2-ltli of luly, when it Is pecteil that Magrath will celebrate the seventh anniversary of Iier life as a full-fledged town municipitit) Ben Hood, who has been writing on his goveinmental examinations foi Grade XII, ariiVcd home from Ray- mond this evening. II0 ha? accepted a position as assistant to Agent Mon roo. of Ihe C. P. R station here, and will commence work next Mondaj in his npw position. Principal Woolf.' of the Magrath public school, is. spending his vaca- lion at the home or father of Card ston, MI, -Mnrtin Wooir, AI Mr. Woolt will conllntif! In the capacity nd when once the work is "started t will be fillickly executed Some elay has been encountered in pro curing the pioper plans and specitka tions, xbut these are now all here and activity will be begun at once A petition Is being circulated ap- pealing foi financial assistance for D Tocuiei, who so unfortuna'c as to Jose his home by fire two weeks ago The'peoule are subscribing gen erously to the already a good cum has been raised Tomorrow the regula monthly conjoint meeting of the Mil lal Improvement Association a splen lid program will be rendered Th public, are Invited to these meetings nd Ibe numbers that "Will be render tl on this Sunday evening promise to ic most entertaining and instructive The meeting will begin at 7 30 p m It is understood Hut Clyde Ben nett, son of Mr. and Mrs A n Ben nett, has been called to take a mis- sion for the Mormon church Mr Ben nett Is a most oneigetic and intelli- A NEW GRAIN COMPANY Ottawa, Inly Canada Ga- 7ette contains notice of the incorpora- tion of tho Western Grain Company, Limited, with a capital stock of ?100, 000, and headquarters at Winnipeg The piovisional dircctois are Robert Siderfin, Lomest B Sadie, David W1I son, Haloid and David How- ation, all of Winnipeg. of principal of the Magrath school, a position held with credit for [the put, three years. Acme weft iilll shortly be com- menced on ihe Saints meeting house here. peoplB house here. An to takt note ot the change. I number, of'the brick are now] X gent JOIIIIK man. and should make a model missionary He'will probably leave this fall for his Held of labor A large number of Magrath people have announced theii intentions of at- tending the big postponed celebration at Rajmond neu Wednesdaji A movement on foct to have Ilia Xu- gralh ball team plaj the scheduled game with Warner at llajmond on that daj, so those wjio to.enjoj the demonitration ATuj'do eo'aitd'not mlm the league game The Rajmond sports .committee offer the local ball club the gane at the Sugar Ten, gruth, Supreme above all others in qual- raised by merit to that proud emin- ence Alberta's B e Biking Powder a uniform, pure, it kivtriably dependable. Your fro him. .turaed'Out New Dajton contributed a fair pel- ccntage of the crowd which attended the ..celebration which was held at Sweet Oiass on Julj 4th The south- ern haveners coming under the no tice of the Beiald were the following E Gorrlll, Mrs B W. Gorrlll, ,T Wan- gan P rorslan, Harry Mele-'ant, H Greeno, T Mangan, J. L Keefe, Rich ard li'ake, Wm. Luscombe and E L Craig A D Chard, on Nanton, has been in .Vew Dajton assisting tor a few davs at the Bank of Monti eal Ho left jcslerday for Milk River, where ho Is to relieve the boys of th tminch, while they take holidnjs, a ter which he returns to Dayto foi a slmilai purpose Mr ?nd Mrs peo Whitsol left o Monday of this week foi the horn stead in 1 Mr Wh'tsel has seve cd Ins connection with tire WhfU Cousins Land Co, and Mr. Cousins to continue busmest as the C. T Co sills Land Co. 3 P Tregloan, who lives nortl cai; of New Dayton, has bought th automobile of T Mangan, manager o 4: DAYTON A Snap in Farm Lands for 50 per v .'We have all kinds of money to loan, write u, Thethas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. the Fanners' Lumber Co., Dayton. at Nev UNSATISFACTORY TRADING er Yo... N.v, July grain trade of the New Yolk produce ev change on Tuesday will Uke Up tho ntcs'tion of future trading In Canad- an this market. Tins has icen talked of for some time, claims icing made that exporters are unable o hedge Canadian bonded wheat held n store at Buffalo, in the Win- nipeg market, and then only at great L. E. Duncan Dry Goods Shell and HCJn y Hai-rtwarc 'Groceries Taints ami Oils Boots and Shoes, Steam FitNiijjs' American Woven Wire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. VISITS WHICH HAVE i SIGNIFICANCE Giolltli, the Jremwr, left llonle Wednesday foi 3ronero, a secluded spot In Pied nont Marches! di San Gmlanb, the foreign ccrolary, with his chief of has eft for Flnggi, and Signer Pansa.'am mssador to Germanj, leaves todaj for Reggio. In Emilia. An animated'iMn'ruQglnn h.v, boon tarted bj Signor Pnnsa's journey to omo following his Interviews with i. Von Mcthnianiv-Hoilweig and Hen on Kldcrlln-Waechter. HP has, JipwWar, merely iinrted on s vacation earllej.than usual, owing the fail tlial.his oon, on the eve school examinations, has been rlckcn cjqvjn, with fever The'absence of'slgno- Oloillti from ome, and Jlarchesc di San Olulano and of Signor Pansa from Berlin pro- ve, that the International situation i, not disquieting and also Indicates thit no immediate cessation of the wai In sight aultful healthy t.ikc Onla-io mill Dd of PlaMnt nclJ. lljmnjii MjgrmtKent Nhr M Ihr ;