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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, .My 13, 1012 THE MlimitflKaE DAILY TTERALfc Page 15 STIRLING "THE JUNCTION TOW M. U MILLER O. H. DEOBNBH SecretaryTroaBuror Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town Greatest snap ever-offered in Alberta; 1-2 section Land, 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 acre Half balance easy. ,000 to Loan 'On. small dwellings and business properties. pay rent? Build a home. List your property with us and get the best, possible .returns. -k Stirling Drug Store ,1 Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Fawns Agent for Docring Harvester Machinery Emerson Plows Tuclkope Buggies Sawjrcr Massey Engines Separators Hossier Press Drills Stirling, Alta. Pioneer Harness Shop Harness and Har- RepEirlng a, specielty. .All'work guaranteed, Internationa! Stock: Foot! and Horse Medicine. E. SCHAFFER STIRLING ALBERTA Raymond Farmers are up to date (Continued from page 14.) MeiiiWanted FOR RAILROAD WORK Lethbridgerr-Weyburn line east o_f, Apply on' the work. Alad will >ny. good baled tim- othy or blue jpint, JOHN TIMOTHY M.ybutt Office WELCOME RAINS Winnipeg, July rains fell at Winnipeg and Brandon last night, mid In" the intervening dls- trictg> improving, stijl more the al- ready fine crops. Heporta UHs morning told of rafn in other parts the west, including Dominion MacGregor, Glenboro in MaViitoba, and Welwin, Ilalbritei Blairlight, Oubuc, Rosthern and WaWron in Saskatche- wan. Change of Service Beginning Sunday, June 1C, service will be' held In Presbyterian chnrcheB Kaymbnd 11 a., m. Btirllng, ,'t p.'m. New Dayton 7.30 m, Operations ;ou the 'building of the new pool hall began again on-ThurS' day morning, Gordon and Stark are the contractors, and they promise to have the roof completed by tonight. The united choirs of both Raymond Wards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, are busy at the present time organizing for the sum- mer conference, which will be held in Raymond. The practices are be- ing held In the meeting 'house of tbe first waid Ed. trouble" shooter for the Alberta Government Telephone system at Stirling, Raymond ind Warner, is in town today effecting some repair Work. Mr. Ruzlcka has moved Mr. R. phone to his new home on Broadway, and has in- stalled -a phone for A; J. .Walton, Mr AValtpn's number is '13. Out of twenty medals glveil by 1he celebration committee for Doinlnioi Day sports, twelve were won by three Skouson Ray and Z. N This is'counted a record considering the number of entries in each event and the fact that all the events open to all amateur athletes iu the province. Rev. A; W. Swayne, Church of Eng land clergyman, of Warner, was a visitor to .Raymond on Wednesday night, coming over to visit M Biches, wh0 io ill Here. Mr.'Swayne was the guest of W. McD. Tall. C. M. .McOarty, manager of the, Se- curity Investment' Lethb'ridge, was a visitor "father's home here on Wednesday; and returned to the city on Thursday morning. Mr. McCn-rty reported to the Herald th-jt there something doing in real estate in Lothbridge, and farm lands have begun to move. R. A. GHliealJias been made a not- ary public, succeeding, A. F. AieDnl- fee, who hag moved'. to Vancouver, Mr. Glllicg has taken over the Insurance busineBs of Mr. McDuffce. Messrs. Kinsey BroH. and Knlgnt have Becured "a- colored jockey to train their race horses for the re- maimler of the summer. Tho lad blew a'way from a recent which J_nt f_ r n a. tjg oj feou ntl __ __ __ __fyL.. .___________ visited Lethbridge, and is said know all about: hfs business. Columbus, Ohio, Senator C. F. Huffman, of Oxford, was sentenced to three years In-the State penitenttary today by Judge ''rank Rathwell, of the Pranklln County Court, after having been con- victed of receiving bribeu. Huffman was the third to be sent- MR. BORDEN AND NAVAL ISSUE LOTS OF TALK BUT NOTHING DE FINITE IS ANNOUNCED AS YET London, July Hon. R, Borden and his colleagues are we! pleased wllh the Canadian comment on tlie former's recent.speech. Th' utterance? of the London, press ar most gratifying; and there is no dis cbrdant note in connection with th plan outlined by the Canadian Pre mler. The which Is regarded as the mouthpiece of one section the Cabinet, unqualifiedly says "All men must find themselves ii agreement with tbe! terms and tone of, Mr. Bordeu's excellent speech. Pre mier Borden has shown a high am right spirit in a matter which thi paper heliaves 'Will be settled accord ing to Canadian fientinrents The 'Morning Post, which, whll Tory, has Lhe Right Hon. Lewis Har court 'for one .of Its directors, de Glares the Canadian Premier's speed 1 bb read lyith pleasure.by all Eng lishmen It of speech which .would help them to think. The same paper makes the follow ing -further interesting comment; "If Canada took a share at naval responsibility she would, or the basis of population, maintain something more than a battleship squadron: a cruiser squadron and flo tilla. On the same basis; she wouli entitled, to have in the committee Imperial policy, one to given by the United Kingdom." authoritatively stated that the next'step in the negotiations will be i conference 'ibetween the Canadian Prime Minister and the Flrat Lord of ;he Admiralty and his advisers, vhlch "will be followed "by another conference with the naval experts. Premier Borden will undoubtedly reserve the'right to exercise his judg- ment on the gravity of the situation on the basis of the factg submitted. The matter is being approached with great care and extreme frankness on both aides. Premier Asquith has de: Glared to the politicians hia desire for a rigid abstention from the do- mestic politics of Great Britain. On this, point'the Radical Ntfws and Leader Bays, the Canadian ministers have been approached by many Tory organizations with requests to tako part In the agitation against Home Rule and Welsh Disestablishment, but they have acted steel'Iaid StirhngAVei bum line .waa'backed in with a cou'il of ireight c'aueaib Mr. Walker, representing the Ack- and Company pf Winnipeg, was in own'this week and sold some black- mi th supplies to Jas. Reid, 'the local lacksmith: L. B. Duncan, proprietor of.the local tore, and 0. T.Vansins, oC the C. T. ouslns were business Bitors to Lethbridge oil. Tuesday last. P. T. Simons, bailiff, as in Neu- Dayton yestdrday and drove oui south In dischanfo o[ his duty. N x ivrr. Nlclioli, United States customi officer at througli yesterday in freight and slopped off at New Da} ton for a time. There WM a held at moth school last night and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. entertaining a few friends at a small houso party. The recent heavy ml effect of making the'Ne niers'lit down nid.fevtl In thfi enjoy- ment of a bright prospect for a bum- per crop. Tliere are a few pessimists in the .district, and. one visitor town was heard remark the oiler duy Stirling District Stirling district lias had 2.03 inches of rain' in the last two weeks. Crops are now assured Farm land is going up. r More railroad will be built. v ,You better get in right Tell us what you want W. McD Tait Offices at Stirling and Raymond, Alta. The Prairie Queen Hotel Stirling, Alberta Offers Unexcelled Acconunodsition For the Traveling Public "The Junction Town" NEW DAYTON Money To Loan DO YOU NEED MONEY T have all kinds of money to loan on farm and city property. Quick for ternii. Southern Alberta our Territory Bargains in faira property in the utmltj of New Dayton, whcio we ahvajs get crop The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. L. B. Duncan i Dry Goods Shelf and Heavy Hardware Groceries Taints and Oils Booteand Shoes, Steam Fitl ings American Woven Wire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. sources .from which "information can LIGHTNING KILLS TWO In has hid the ew Dayton fur- that New Dayton woi Jonly a hid. and from figui es careful compiled by officers of the Board ol Trade, assurance ia given that 'will ordinary conuitioiis for the remainder of the eeaaon, .New; Daytoiu fall abort of .the bushel ylelii which has been ostimatcd. Grain that was suffering to any great extent has picked up so rapidly that .large hopes a'ro" entertained for even (the worst, and nothing is feared ny those 'who are in A position to judge and know. Among the visitors from New Day ton to Raymond last Wednesday, The Herald noticed the following: Mr. and 7Ura.'C.-I. Mnhood, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Atkins, the Misses Whitsel and Mabel ilcCanna. George and Paul Morcland, Miss Moreland, Miss Gould, T. Mangan, P. Morgan, J. Mangan, Clma. Laffefty, Allen Horlon, A. and family, I J.un. Cress 1'uuiJii'. IN MILITARY CAMP Anniston, Alabama, Julv guardamen were killed and 17 Serious ly. hurt., when lightning struck a mea tent at the manoeuvre groiiyds-here last night. The dead were Charles Kirby and 11. Itnpe, ivho were mem hers of the Company B, Second Ala bania Infantry, as are all those iu jured. CAUSED A STAMPEDE 'Memphis, July fuse exploded on a crowded car liore'.today, the frighienert v songers made a rush for the exit" >s. and in the scramble a negrtvl nonmn killed: Four white nen were seriously injured, and ;