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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July !8, T1U2 TJTF; IJfmBHIJPffE DAILY ITBRALT) "THE JUNCTION TOWl M L MILUJR Manager; O.-H. DBGBNBR SocrotaryTreasurer 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-live aorcs1 t.wonty acres oats; house, barn and well with good Mater.' All fenced. per b'aMuic'e easy. to Loan On large or small dwellings and business properties. Why, pay rent'? (Build a lio'riie. List fouripropcity-Avith us and get the best V, possible returns. !Le Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries A. E. Fawns Ag-ent for Deering Harvester 'Machinery Tudliope Bnggios "Sawyer Engines Separators Hossiet Press Stirlflig, Alta. Pioneer Harness Shop Heady-Made Harness and Har- Repftfritig a; iipecitlty All work guaranteed International Stock Food ind Horse, Mtodie'ih'e E; SCHAFFER STIRLIN6 ALBERTA DR.iOOODSPEEO DEAD Toronto, Julj Rev, Prof Cnlvl Ooodspeed, D D LL D., 0 for flftte 3'eais professor of systematic theotog ami apologetics at McMaster Univer slty, Toronto, died at home. Para dlae, Nova Scotia, in his aeventioll sear MenWanted k FOR RAILROAD WORK On line eaut of Stirling Apply on the work. Also will buy .good baled tim- othy or blue joint. 'JOHN Maybutt Poit Office MR. GOGAY HAD MORE WORRIES Change of. Service Beginning Sunday, June is, service ill be held m Preab) terjan churches Raymond -H-- a. m. Stirling, 3 p.. m. New Dayton 7..30 p. m. Raymond Dayton people are nked to Uke note ot the change WIFE IS EMPLOYEE OF HUSBAND Judje GoDdnow of Ghlcajo Slyt 3h, li to Salary Chicago, July wife Is a res tar eraplojee of hoi a.nd a such is entitled to a regular Mian according to Jndge Goodnow of tl court, of domestic relations No Ion or is it necessary that she go throug his trousers pockets to chang When itho husband's pay day come Mrs Wife may demand her share an be backed Ijy the municipal couri in her demands. Mrs Thomas Mai tin told fudg her husband never had give her any money since they had bea married. "She never asked me tor pro tfwted the hueband "She doee Jiofe have answeret he 'judge "A. wife Is not obliged 10 "oltow her husband about like a mon key with her hand out, asking for money She is entitled to a fan pro ortlon of his wages I will see that ho gets il.uoo, ID all cases that come cTore lyttf. A Mto thlj and i lute ot ihit, ill diy long, drill me appetite and weakens direction. Reilore your stomich lo healthy vlfor by likinj Nl-Dru-Co Dyspepsli Tablet ueh out Ihe'piecing'. DyipMptM Tableb are the best for ivtlsrtn from IndigHlltn uid dyspepilt. 50c i Box al your DruKlil'E Made by NaUonil Druj ud Chemical Co. o( Canada, LJmlled, FIREPROOF HOTtl, IN BOSTON Even Made of Steel and CUrtalni Not Be Burned Boston, Tnl'y fireproof hotel a reality in Boston Not content with steel and concrete construction of the recently completed annex of the Hotel manage- ment has provided steel bedsteads, steel .chairs, steel bureaus and stands] anil in addition the handsome draper- ies and mattresses been dipped In flreproof solution so that they are] Impenious to flame The steel beds and chairs do not. appear as cold and uninviting as may bo imagined The metal Is covered a Circassian milnnt mush and unless a, .visitor, knot's he will con- sider the furniture, merely handsome. I woo-d. To a visitor to Lethbridge there' one thing that is most noticeable'oii the Sabbath, and that is the absence of any kind of life Venturing forth on Sunday morning on a tour of exploration, expeoting'to be entertained by the various sights and sounds that ordlnarly belong to city pulsating with the energy of Ite, governed bj the most advanced deas, and along the lines of common sense 'and toleration, keeping toiich with the march of do find city of the deadj Yes, it only needed a little stretch f the imagination for me lo be In-the emolished city of Messina, fllft-niitou-s visitation, when life was onsplcuouis bv its absence, or else m ne of the ruined cities of 'the Qucas "Tis true, on wandering disconso atelj down one dreary looking street, happened sleel. 'member offthe eline tribe, luxuriously extending'its ngfh 'on the deserted sidewalk, g and blinking in the sun, who vfow- d my approach with astonishment, I disapproval, in thus violat- ing the hallowed quiet. Meandering along I stumbled upon a member of the hobo fratwnlty, whose bleary eyes, picturesque attlra, and two weeks' growth vveie qurfcq m keeping w ilh the deserted atmosphere Present1) feeling the pangs of him I bethought me of d. place where- in'I, peradventure, might satisfy siren perfectly (lemandE of a. health) constitution Alas' I was in despair. Turn me which way I would not a sign of life'met my hunger-sharpened gaze. communed I, 'the good citizens of Lethbridge do not Include among their Sabbatarian precepts that of fasting." With a sinking heait I continued niy search for sustenance. At lilt my drooping spirits were uplifted by a friendly hail. "Hiillo." 1 answered, somew hat star- tled the sound of a .human voice I stopped and gazed around me in order to discover the owner Strange- ly enough, I failed Turning about to resume my lonely thinking, like Robinson Ciusoe, 'twas merely Imag- ination, the hall came m sistently, and with hasty reiteration Glancing upward I discovered the ovvner, a much excited panot, Im prisoned In a cage, swung over the entrance to a store Having nothing better to do, and willing to beguile the tedium of the hour by a little friendly discourse, I ventured .upon more intimate terms with who, nothing loath, sidled owards the edge of the cage, am with a most ingratiating.bow, geuer ousl) Invited mo to ''Have a cracker' Pollj's offer set me thinking, ollowing the line ot logic from effect o cause, argued thus: ng notorious for. their "powers of nlmicry, repeating With much unnec- ssary fluency, words and phrases not Iways found in the dictionary, and s my voluble feathered cbh- action ran along the lines of rack- ess hospitality, therefore, I concluded be frequenters of thls'place. must be epicures. ,This impelled me to make a, closer Inspection of" thq building, and discovered it to'be a cafe, with the most tempting viands displayed in the windows. Seized with a sudden impulse, borne of hunger, I reached out tentative fin- gois to the dooi, which to my Joy yielded. Hardly able to'believe my! gopd for-lime. I hesitatingly advanced a couple of paces, and, with bated furtively.around, was contemplating transferring some of the good things near at hand to m'y I was (Icier-mined not to mke any chances upon refusal.In case there happened lo' be a law against" eating on I win the commission of a dime by the ap- proach from the lear of an attendant, who with profuse apologies for having kept me waiting, enquned my wishes rln tones vibrant iuth asked him'if he "slung hash on the Sabbath" He replied in the affirm- ative Hardly able to believe my ears I reiterated mv querj "Certainly, sii Then, in accents of joy, "As you love me, feed me Having dined sumptuously on "ham washed down with two cups ol coffee, I proceeded to settle up with the unctuous individual presiding over the cash register, and made a request for some luscious looking fruit spied in the window In apologetic tones he Informed m that he was not allowed to sell fru .oh. Sundays "Wlmt1 not allowed to sell fruit? "No, sir, he. added, "cand) tobacco, -cigarettes, newspapers, ma, azmes necessities of an kind with the exception or food" I gaped at him ill unqualified aston STIRLING DOINGS What form -ot niadness is this, muttered I, turning "that per mlts the consumption of one necei sit) and What that 1 may satisfy one legitimate cravin and. not another? What divine power is this that or dams thou shall not eat, drink, smoke neither ahalt thoV'rcad or engage In any other, harmless form df amuse nient on Have we retrograded through the ages to the days when meu weie steeped m ignorance and superstition and wielded the power of, life anc death over their unfortunate victims to ihc days men were chained body and soul to some brutal, des potlc overlord and had the signs of bondage encircling with the names of their owners stamped .upon them in very much the same way that dogs aie tlcioted in the jear 1312, with the exception'. Uut the can ines are accorded infinitely better treatment? IB Ibis.the much vaunted land of libel land of the free, where men are men and not weak kneed, irresponsible creatuies to be swayed hithei and thither at the whims and fancies of the few" I think not. When our foiefathers lied from per- secution in order to found a liberty that would endure1 for all time, and for all ages, and' bo ,in example. ,i guiding light to the old world, they did -not realise alas1 that this liberty was based not upon the rock of ee nity. but upon the insecuie and mi able foundation of human: foundation as shiftless, as' the sand and as wayward as -the winds' Yours truly, A W H GOGAY. Tlie flics thaU art now in your kitchen and dining-room were" proba- bly'ftasting on some indescribable nastincss IMS than an hour ago, and a single fly often carries many thousands of disease germs attached to its hairy body, it is the duty of every housekeeper to assist in exter- minating this worst enemy of the human race. WILSON'S FLY PADS kill Kits in such immense quantities as'cannot be approached by any other fly killer Stirling, rulj, 10 Sunday a. ternoon and ev ening B S Young, A Powell and Jos Nlllson of Raymond representing the stoke board ot th Mutual Improvement Association, vis Had the Stirling ward and held con ference with the Mutual fmprovemen Association here. The evening ser vice was the regular Priesthood meet mg of the church, but this was tuin od over to the Mutual improvemenl Association to be used foi their pur pose A reorganisation ot the Mutual Improvement Association was made with Fred Spackroan as the new piesident. Jos Nillson, second councillor to Piesident Mark II Brim hall, presided, and took charge ot the meeting Mr Young, who Is a dele- gate trom this stake to the convention held m Salt Lake City, gave a report of what was done at that place He went over briefly the new movements which are being introduced into the work ot the associations throughout all the stakes of Ihe church Ath- letics a're to have a more prominent place in the future than the) have in the past. Story .telling contests and debating contests are also to be given i" prominent place; .musical contests, hymn competition and hymn writing are a decided innovation" and willlbe of great'interest during the coming lonth The greatest departure, per- haps, Is that of the scout-movement, f airing the )ounger members of the I associations and interesting them In' mlitary movements and training .Mr 'owell made an announcement --re- tarding the coming stake "convention o he held in. August, 10 nd 13. -Pie announced that delegates .-ould be present from Salt Lake City interesting counsel for the dele- ates who would be present Bishop awnes at the close endorsed ,the ork of the Mutual Improvement As- ociations and thanked-1the stake of- cers for coming to Stirling and pre- enting their work. Stirling district is raising more al- aifa every )ear, especially in the ir- gated part of the district The crop is a ceitam jield and ib raised tlcally without Inboi, ihe seed being" sown with the gram and growing the same as' timothy In most cases on irrigated-land: three crops me cut, and the demand foi it as a foclde-r is increasing While it grows best where plentyrcf watsi Mil be had foi it, .vet it is not restricted to Ihe area, and some excellent crops aro being giown In the Stilling dis- trict on land which ,no Water can" bfc W. T. Pettifor and .Jliss Hacked Lethbridge ".on Sundaj- last, on Sunday evening. Messrs.'HJ1. It. Johnson, II. Ostlund, Arch Jeffray and Wm. Fisher'ware visitors to Lethbririge this week. NEW DAYTON DOINGS July I. Chipnian of Magrath, sheep buyer for P. Burns and Co., of Calgary, get off at New Dayton this week nnd went out lo he sheep camps. It is rumored that has bought two: cars-of mutton rom Rutherford Bros., and that Ihese re shortly to be driven in and ship ed. In Ihe race meet on Monday night el ween the horses o'Mied by .1 It IcKaj and Wnl. Nale, Mr .Vale's oise was successful in winning the urse of J250 which h-d been provld- I The track lay on fhe road lend ig north from Mr, Moroland's corner nd hundred and fifty people Itnsssed it Mr. Nate's horse had i'e-better staying powers and several I ad starts hart the effect of playing it Mr. McKay's horso and .Mr. ale's that, advantage, interest was een' and excitement ran high, and Is said that n lonsldorable (amount money changed Among the visitors to is'cw Dajtou Stirling District Snaps in Real Estate Tliis slnlT must be sold quickly. good, ulose-in lots in Sliding'Townsite, c-honp. Xo enciimberanee. Torvcns Title. Half section in 336-16, on "Stirling-We} burn line. Two tovvnsites within 3 miles and 5 miles Good terms.- 1 urge business building, one block from Stirling- station, on business street Could be used for any mercantile business Cun be handled with very little cash; SO acres improved land, S miles from Stirling, 4 miles from Hajmond, 2 miles horn Knight Sugar Factory, offers splendid'ep-' portumty for beet raising. Price ?2S 00 Easy terms. W. McD Tait Offices at Stirling: ami Baymond, Alta. The Prairie Queen Hotel Stirling, Alberta Offers For the Traveling Public t "The Junction I NEW DAYTON Money To; Loan DO NEED MOJVEY I have all kinds of money, to loan on and city property. Quick results. Write' for terms Southern Is our Territory Baigams in farm property in the vicinity- of. New where we always get a crop.' The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. .New Dayton, Alta. 1 L. B. Duncan Shell and Heavy Hardware M Dry Goods Groceries Paints and Oils Boots and Shoes, Steam Fittings American Woven Wire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. this week weie the following. I. D Dill; .Warner; J. I. .Chipman, Mngra'th Ea.ston Hovde, Warner; D, C. Leecl Ijethbrldge; NellM. Stalker, Grass Lake; G.-F. MlllevViincouver; Mm de-McKenzie, Grassy Lake; Paul Boi Bdmolitpn; Murdo _ Camphel C. Harvey, Manimotl Bishop. Harker, Jlagrath; Kaymonc Knight, Ilaymond; J. P. SIcKajvWar nor; Hon. Justice. Ealon Ohio; Robert Thorbourne, Buffalo iVy. Mrs. II. Slater, wife of the .local .left for where she will visit parents for several weeks. Hobt. Tliorhoiirne of Buffalo, U'y.. n-Bhcep rancher from the Big Horn Hasln of. Hint nlBtc, has been In.New Dayton this, week looking .over-the shepp situation hero. was out to corrals and sheep camia on Klpp and Chin Cou lees looking around will, Iho idfla of locating here for business ir he finds conditions "satisfactory. When choosingailverwire it ii both (conomj1 and Mt tion to purchase ;