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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUTX3E .DAILY HEK ALI) y. July 101012 M. b MILLER H. DEGENEK Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, Alta; The Junction Town _, Greatest snap ever offer.ed in Alberta; 1-2 section land, three miles from elevator, one hundred and twenty-five acres in wheat; twenty acres oats; bouse, barn and well with good water. All fenced. Half cash, balance easy. to Loan On large or small dwellings and business praperti.es. Why pay rent1? Build a home. List your property with us and get the best possible returns. Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries A. Fawns Agent for Deering Harvester Machinerj' Emerson Plows TucTliope Buggies Sawyer Massey Bngines Separators Hossier Press Drills Stirling, Alta. Pioneer Harness Shop Heady-Made Harness and Har- "neas Parts _ ''Repairing a specialty. '-'All'work guaranteed.' International-Stock Food and Medicine. E. SCHAFFER STIRLING ALBERTA Men Wanted FOR RAILROAD WORK On line east of Stirling. Apply on the work. Aho will buy good baled tim- othy or blue joint. JOHN TIMOTHY Maybutt Poit Office JOE MARTIN IS WITH LABOR MEN OPPOSES LIBERAL IN THE HANLEY BYE'-ELEGTION London, July of the ujost prominent figures in the Han ley bye- election campaign is-Joseph Martin M.P., who is supporting the labor can-i dldate as a protest against his party's attempting to filch that seat fro m ..the, Laborites The Labor party held the seat bi i a vacanc) occurring the executive determined to put a can- didate in the field, following .'Which a three cornered fight has developed, with much bitterness between the tno sections of the government support- ers. Labor mem-berg Jn..the House oi Commons threaten to--- abstain -from party divisions as a protest against the'Liberal; executive: and this might the government in a very eni- barrasiing position. Joe Martin with his characteristic enthusiasm for. the weaker cause, bss snapped his fingers gt hie parr} managers and thrown him velf heart and soul into this sectional campaign. At the last general elec- tion the vote wag Labor 4658, a de- crease of '300 in the Labor majority. ,-lfttf r n a t BRIDGE GANGS ARE AT WORK NEW DAYTON IS LILLE NINE FAMILIES HOMELESS Montreal, :.Iuly. Rre, which rag- ed-; for two houri In Cote Ste.' Paul, one of-the outlying the city, this afternoon, rvadered- nine honuleii gcvu dwelling mil a grocery ttore. were burned out. The li wtlmited it little Intnmnce. of the fire is for the axtent of the dim- as to whether or not the elevator and sta- tion would require to he moved, and the answer waa that-in all probabil- ity they would, but.that, it would not be necessary for a couple of months. A splendid program wag given at the joint Im- provement Sunday night, in addition to the part taken by the gathering, .Mrs. A. Pawnee read an interesting entitled "I luiow My Redeemer Llveth" Cmma Brandley recited, Alice Nelson played a piano iota, a duet was rendered ,'by ..Miss Verdi Seeley and Ferda. Mlig: Cliee Clark pleacid tbe company; with a pleading rendition "Oh -'hearts that are The most interesting item on the program was a lecture by Ortlimd on the cautee lead- ing to the reformation, Mr. Ostluod, handled the subject very in- page ad. in every issue of the .paper but yoiir business or the naaie of you profession, should he mentioned-whe ther you use 'two line space A stranger picking up a newspapi- should be able to tell what business Is" in a town by looking at the h nesi, mentioned in tbe newspaper This is the -best possible "town adver user. The man who does not adver tlse his business does an injustice .10 himself and to the community. the man-who expects the paper to do his free boosting, for his .town. The man that on sharing the busi ness that comes to a town, but re- fuses to advertise his 'business, ig hot a "valuable addition to any town. The life of the town depends upon the wide-awake and -advertising business man. SiMIng ia in dire need of a new station and-, platform. Several Stir- ling citizens haves'drawn the.'attention of the Harald to the -fact that at present there is no accommo dation for'women .In. the waiting room at the depot. The.i large number of men which, now congregate at the sta- tion since, the .workV'flf- construction has become so entirely fill the little waiting, room, and .ladies are obliged to either mingle with these men or remain outside, which they usually do. A who is m charge of Ray Knight's luinch cf sljeep east of Stir ling, passed on Monday afternoon en route for tlie camp ulth a load of salt., Mr KIllop told the Herald that thej had not yet clipped the Knight bunch but were preparing to drive bunch to Heninger's corrals where thej intend- ed clipping loday There will be about 3300 sheep in the bunch, and they are at present grazing twentj miles east of Stirling, Frank of the local barber shop and pool hall, was a nsitor to his home in Raymond on Sunday On his return Mr. David informed the Herald, scribe thatr.he was about to erect a building of. his own In which to house his alreadj increasing ness. -.For- patrons Mr. D.nid has a counter for the dispensing :of drinks, and in his new building will bet te-r arrangements fbruthe handling of his business. Henry Parott with hit wife and home from Utah on Saturday night. Mr Parott is a form resident of Stirling, having left here some time ago in the hope of benefitting his health. He found how- hli flying machbVtwo or thrtH tlmei a week. a K. L. Dawwfl buck old pott holy ay. ProtpvcUng Mountato, the better for his rheumatism than the climate to which he had gone, and be reports himself as being glnd to get back to Sunn) Southern Alberta again: Frank 'Steed Sr. has imported' from Ogden, Utah, forty-two head of horses is to dispose of here at Stir- ling. Mr, Steed was met ai the boundary on, Saturday ,bj his son Merlin, and the bunch was unloaded here on the same night. A. P manager of; the Canadian Home Investment Co.'s buai- nesi in the Lethbridge district, his sinter, Mtsi E. Torrance, of Leth bridge, MiH N. Watson and W. McD Tait. of Raymond, were of Mi. and Wm. Fisher at the Prairie Hotel on Sunday last A pan? composed of Messrs Finn er and Torrance, Mri. Fisher, Torrnnce and Watson, drove to Timothy's construction cJump on Sun- day' morning, returning -for lunch at the Prairie Queen Hotel, butlTtMB tntereitg of his ,town, to Spencer Young, stake of without hlg name ind buginem 'men- Voting Mutual Improvement Honed association of the Taylor Stake, to.have .charge of the xerrke it ling next Sundiy night, when Import- ant relating to the 'work of the, association 'wlll.be dicating that time tmd aiudy. buiinwi In any town ihould al- ow a Thin to tli dry Btpm. furniture denleri, manUfic- turlng cttAbl'.'fbnwnti, TO PUT ON FRILLS and In foot all f of Thin not mMti that you hurt Morton Wllllftm formerly o( Plcton Ont, of doc- tor M COUNCIL WILL pur IN. IMPROVE- MENTS NEWS OF THE WOOL CENTRE New Dayton, July Dayton Board of Trade held their regular monthly .meeting last. Saturday and j "the Herald's representative here Is informed that.with possible ex- ception of a meeting .it Cardston, New Da; ton Is the on1> Boaui of] Trade south of Lethbridge that has been able to gather its members to-' get her during the summer months A I subscription list is being circulated I to raise the funds for a fence around' the will be remembered that this plot of ground was given b'y Dr. D. E. Hunter.that the citizens of Xew, ton should eiett a ceasonably good fence and. look after the grounds This Ned H V And I D L Reid, load foreman working under E Amsworth's department m connection v, ith the inclal ernment, IK to begin work this Tveek road leading directly east from at New Dajton and :endinK for nine miles connecting with the road leading south to Warner, the building of which has been pending for some time, and It E with considerable pleasure that the _o_F the through which It 'passes "aie contemplating its completion It will mean In mam cageg a difference of much as two miles In the drive, Lewis A Felger is here with his brother-in-law, F B Bwm, Mr.. Felger negotiating- the- pur- chai'e of-.a band of aheep, a port of price in which he wishes to pav n Und Mr Felgei has crop south east cf Leth bridge, and while here ook a hail policy with he Chus T. Cousins Land Co. Jh visited the Miller farm south of New Dayton yesterday. New thig week were follows' To Lethbridge, P W. W T Hamilton, J. F. McKay and Dora Nem- visitors were Mliiei McAnna, Minneapolle D. R. Warner; H. R. Johnaoni StlrKne; H 8 Allen, Raymond, L. A FelSrr, LaihirWsc; Taylor sr.-! Harry Forbes, Calgtirj, Murdoch Lake; Nlel N. Stod- :dard and Levl; Harker, V, Andrews, Montreal. .Mfit Dora Wliltiiel, W. T. Hamilton McKay Riches at Raymond on Sunday and report him >B making MtUMctory recovery, Taylor, representing the K, A. Lilly Adjustment Agency of Gfllgan, wat in town Lhli wevk and drove a Stirling District I Stirling dislricl lins luul 2.03 inches" of rain iu tlic lust I wo Aveckh. Crops are now assured Farm land is going up. Jiorc railroad will be built. Yon better get in right away. Tell us what you want W. McD Tait Offices at Stirling and Raymond. Alta. The Prairie Queen Hotel Stirling, Alberta Offers Unexcelled Accommodation For the Traveling Stirling, NEW DAYTON Money To Loan DO YOU NEED MONEY I haie all kinds of mone> to loan on farm and city property. Quick for terms. Southern Alberta Is our Territory Bargains in propertj in the of-New DayUn, where we always get a ciop The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. L. B. Duncan Dry Goods Slielf and Heavy Hardware Groceries Faints and Oils Boots and Shoes, Steam Fittings American Woven Wire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. hund'ed miles of New Dayton to fire Insurance Mi Ijiisccmbe accompanied Mr Taylor H, R Tohraon. mintiger of the of, Stirling, was in Kew Dajtcn o'h Saturday D. H. Yales of Warner wns here on Saturday on business, connected; with his company, the Yatca Lumber Co. hnuled 1740 pounds of wool frsrr. m5 iRfirh. near Rnvmcnd, and la shipping with Levl Marker lo the Benson Co. Miss Grace Gould .of ;.Minneapolis arrived trom Great Foils trdij and is the of Miss Mcreland at tho The Misses Mayc and Mabel Me- Anra of on Sat urday and are the guests of Mr and Mrs. C. I Mahood and -Mr. and .Flrfr destroyed, the :I5000-residence and the prize poultry owned by Mrs. London. Mrs. TVm. Halltjtjpf Ploton and her girl were'hurt in a runaway Consiipaiion- M an enrmy within the camp. It wdl undermine the strongest constitution and ruin the vigorous heallK. It leads to indigestion, impure blcod, bad complexion, tick and the frequent causes of appendicitis. To neglect it is slow suicide. Dr. MorK Indian Root Pills positively core Constipation. They are entirely vegetable in composition and do mt weaken or (ripe. PIWIM jrour kealtli by taking J Dr. n Root ;