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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y THE LEi'HBRIDQE DAILY HERALD "THE JUNCTION TOWN! Manager O. H. DEGENEK, Seer e tar y.Treasurer. Stirling Realty Co. V Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town Greatest snap over offered in Alberta; 1-2 section land, three miles from elevator, one i hundred and twenty-five acres in Avheat; twenty acres oats; bouse, barn and well with good water. All fenced. por Half cash, balance easy. to Loan i On large or small dwellings and business properties'." Why pay rent? Build a home. List your property with us and got the best possible returns. Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries R. A. DAVIS HIGHS CLASS ..CONFECTION- ERY. ICE CREAM. AND FRUITS. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS PERFUMES, AMP TOILET Phone 28. i''Stirling, AHa Pioneer Harness Shop Readj-Made Harness nndHar- Jness Paits J Repairing a specialty. AH jyoilc guaranteed International Stock Food and Horse. Medicine. E. SCHAFFER STIRLING ALBERTA HOSMER Hosmer, July forget th big dance at tlie Open House on Tue day, July the miners are prepar Ing for it swell time, hope t flee everjon-3 there, a first class or fhestra has Ijeen provided, and th refreshments are to be both tempting and plentiful; One mitter which to our minds is o the-utinst. Importance to the.'parent! and rate-payers of llosmer, is being treatediWith "culpable apathy the an When you want to clear your house of flies, see that you get WILSON'S FLY PADS Imitations are always unsatisfactory. Men Wanted FOR Lethb Hne, east of Stirling Apply on the, ;work. Also will buy .good baled tim- othy or blue joint. JOHN TIM0THV Maybutt Poet Office Change of Service Beginning June will be held m Presbyterian churche Raymond 31 a. m. Stirling, 3 p. m. New Day ton 7.30 p: m. Raymond and New Dayton peopl are asked to take note of the change nual school meeting was advertised to be held at ten o'clock on Saturday July 13, and with the exception o-r th, three trustees and the auditor, not a single jndivldual felt sufficient Int'ei eat in the matter to be present, the three trustees have resigned, and as a consequnce there is no responsible management of school .matters in HOB aier, the new term be commenc- ing in the very nejr futuie, and It is certainly the "dutj of the townspeople to call a special meeting to see if something can be done to ensure that there at least be teacher en gaged when school opens It seems almost a pity that, according to th Act, only ratepajers are eligible to act as trustees, as there'are man} parents in town who take a. in terest in school government, and children attending tile school, and yet may not because :hey do not to ibe ratepayers Surely tho man has children go ng to school, is fully as qualified to act in the capacity of a trustee ns Ihe ndividual viho happens to bo the own er ot a sixty by elfbty foot piece of land somewKere on the outskirts of the town, aiid in consequence is quali- fied, according to the Act However, this is no time to fault with tho educational system of the province, but it Is certainly a time for the par enls to get 'busy a-nd-eee thing Is done in the matter Consid- erable trouble uas taken In the spring to provide flower beds and plants for children attending the schools, and tbe result was .very satisfactory, but now there appears to be little or no Interest taken In ibe ichool gar- den, and it Is not at all uncommon to NEWS OF DISTRICT COWLEY Cowley, Julr a week o! fine growing weather, rain has again set in. it is good foe the spring crops, by t the plowing for the spring wheat is being held up. The Western Dominion Railway Survey outfit have finished ttioir work in this district and on Wedncs- lay moved their camp north about twelve miles- The line that will like- ly, be accepted runs about three miles west of town and crosses the C. P. I. track between here and Luud- ireck. Grace V. Bonnar and troupe will- appear in the local opera, house ron Tuesday, July 23rd. Miss Itfta .Larta hnipp fh.s veek from 'LaChule, Quebec, where. ihe has been attending school lor the tast three years. .Miss Latta. was ilmost a girl when she left- here thrco cars ago, hut has grown to he a oung and mil add o CowleyJs circle of young people. Gilbert Drewry was a usitor at 'iios iMiephcLd's ranch Wednesdaj Jamat> Crflmoro, of paid C a business daj H A Stoutenburg gaic a dance to manv of his friends on Friday night It is hoped that lie will give another in his new house, when his COOK ar- rives in the near luture. The Tennis Club ball will be-held in the opera house on Friday, July 26 The services of the Macleod orchcs tra been secured This mil be, without a doubt, the host dance for some time and everyone should take advantage of it The Post Oflice has seen fit to make another change m their office iere M V hag succeeded F. Snyder' and took charge of ihings Wednestia W- E: Tusfcian has furnished- Ms house on Nanton street, and has' ev- erything in .readiness for the bride: Miss Ida Lati4 has returned to ilaumore after spending a veek wjth icr people here. The North Foik p.olo team that is iow m Winnipeg, has done their duty n Minmng the ihrue cups that were cing played for, including the I'ani- f'hipman Cup, which rrpieient1 he championship Of VVestein Canada he team, is composdd of Harry Gum JUert Connelly, Rollo Uurn and Ev- the guests of Mrs..Novell Noble. .Mrs Ferkius returned to Edmonton fast week. Miss. Roberts .started this week for Illinois, accompanied by Mrs, Noble as far as Lethbridge Rev. Air. Simpson spent part of last week in Calgary. Mrs. Hunt and .Mrs. Stesvart are on the sick list.this week. A, number of the villagers celebrat- ed Orangeman's Day by attending th sports at Monarch It: "was a question here with some whether to observe the First or the Fourth of July, (MI ing an inclination to assume.patriotism for the day which naturally did not call forth any action The town's business places were closed on Dominion bay, and the Canadian flag floated' a sul- len sky, break its grey clouds" in a doiynpour of rain nil duy Mr. and Mrs. Newell iNoble accom- panied toy Mr H S Noble, .spent a few days this month atCrpw's Nest. LILLE; Lille, July 'again; off again, is the cr.j of the conductor and brak- ics> on the Chasay Mountain flyer, as the big stec! cars left the track, stop- ping all gootk coming to Lille This is the sixth tnne within a month The nexfe may he worse than the hist if so me thing is not done sopn. STIRLING DOINGS Stirling, July A. Davis ig one of Stirling's .most progressive busi- ness men. As .wellT as a number.of improvements. In the building .in his cafe and con- fectionery ,business, he has installed an'isolated electric light plant cap- able of supplying: power foi twenty 16 candle power electric lights. Mr, Davis'has already installad two elab- orate "chandeliers; wall -brackets, wlu- lights 'and also a light outside above will be eleven lights in, the: building all told. air. Davis also "contemplates putting iu a new front with "plate glass' show win- dows'on cither side, and is at the present time juit >aitmg foi glass ta.completeMbis work. There has been a decided advance made m road In the vicinity of Stirling. On the road running north and southwest of Stirling aevorai bad holes have.been filled up.and grades ma'de through them. Some work still requires to on a, couple of pieces of .road-.between Stirling and Raymond..' This.done, the work .plan- for. this, year wfilihave been completed. The Hori; A. ,1. McLean as. member for this constituency arid E. Ainsworth; the lead of the -provincial" government ;-cle: pai tment of public works foi this district, has been untiring in therr j effoits to see that tills constituency I :s getting Jts fair share of road ;his season. W A Freohurger, of the Great West Life Insurance Co, motored to Constable Shorvill, ot! Frank, vai Lethbndge on Thursday, and atter driving-east of-Stirling twelve miles the -railway construction he up to the camp toda> Constable -Thomas is returning to Macleod ai ter doing good SCLVICB here. Constable Scarlc, ot Blairmore, will be in camp this week to take Constable Thomas', detachment at Lille. Miss -Mice jMalo has. resigned her position at tlie hotel, and Miss M Maxiri. ot Blairmore, has taken her place F. M Thompson is in the camp to day on business. NOBLE Noble, ..inly of-Noble, one and all, hail with delight tile balmy, days interspersed with .sum- mer's refreshing shoners, which o cur now: so frequently, and gladden, the heart.of the thrifty farmer. The crops testify to the approach of an abundant harvest, and things are be ginning even now to foretell with pre- cision the boom that the autumn! brings in Southern Alberta. Miss Kathleen Forbes, at present of Calgary, has been engaged to teach in the village school, 'beginning the fall term. Miss N. Medd writee from London, Eng., that the teachers' ex- cursion to the continent, ot which .Miss Jledd forms one in the party, is proving that realization and disappointment do not always go together, and 'that Old London hatli still its charing as of yore, which pcr- SA8KATCHEWAN NEEDS MEN Regma Tilly 21 laho leaders here estimate men wii be required to handle "this j ear's bumper crop Thej aie laying plans to get thia mimoer from Eastern.Can dda Last jear this plan was follow ed, with immense success, and for it is intended to possible' Tom." Malloy, head" of the labor branch "and Frank Mantle, deputy minister of agriculture, "have the mat- ter in hand. The G. T. P, and other roads are co-operating. COMPLETELY CURED OF DYSPEPSIA 'By Mi-Dm-Co TiWils see youngsters walking awa'y 'with iodicals report to us. plants taken from the school property The Dank of Toronjo.has paid 000 for a site .on the east side of James street, Hamilton, and -will build a branch there, Mr. and Mrs. McGregor, sr., left for a visit with their son, Mr. Ernett Mc- Gregor. Calgnry. after an extended stay with relntives In.this place, Mrs. Perkins and dniiphter, of Ed- monton, also Miss .Roberts, of 1'aw- paw, 111., spent fui of this month I We continually hearing from grateful people who have" had experi- ences like that of Miss Alice E. Cooper, of Niagara Falls, who writes "I wish to express my gratitude to you for the benefit I received from your most wonderful Dyspepsia Tablets, Having taken other medicines without having received the slightest relief, I went-north to'Tauer, Mr. Freeburger expressed astonished at the development the town and -diitrlct, especially at the progress at which the contractors waking, on the Stirlihg-'vVeyburn line. A little.lawyer arrived in Stirling on Thursday ,.of'this week, and ;will take up practice with his father, H, Ostlund j This is the first boy In Mr.. the event was nounced by the father as the most important news item for the Stirling budget this week. The following atirlingitee attended the social at Raymond, given, hy, the Ladles' Aid Society; of the Presbyter- ian church Mr and Mrs. M L Mill er, .Miss'.Watson, Mr. Wright, Frank Miss Neilson and R M son. Miss Alice three 'bro- thers from Edmonton have arrived Raymond aud are spending the holidajs at Foley Brae construction camp cast of Stirling Miss Foley Is i a student of the Alberta University j Stirling Is making preparations Tori ,ho celebration of Pioneer Day which' comes 24th and a special fea- ;ure is this date at Stir- ng, and.a good crowd should >be in attendance. A public meeting of the electors of Stirling is called for the 20th nf July at 8 o'clock at night for -the purpose if nominating a candidate for coun clllor. Notices to' this effect have leen posted throughout the town by 0. F. Steed, returning officer. heard of your Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia and thought I would give them I have been completely cured ought I would give them a trial.' I have been comple of dyspepsia. I will be only too pleased loatlviManyonetroubledwilhrtytpepsia to give them a fair trial." Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets not only jfivo 'the immediate relief from ftMif; M-f and biliousness, which isso much jicedcd, bill if taken regularly for a few days or weeks thry completely cure the hiosl Hjrqravated cases of stomach trouble, for joe. you can get a box from your dniRgist, why go en suffering11 National Jlrus; ami Chc'.ntcal Co, of Canada, limited, iloulma, 144 H. J. Carlisle, district salesman for he Ford Motor. passed through own on Thursday night on a return rip Grass where he had the beginning of Asked by (he Herald regarding crop condltioim, Mr. OarllMe expressed him self as being surpriied at the growth of crept since rain. Mr. Harris, local blacksmith, re- ports that business is very good. In conversation with a representative; of the Herald yesterday, Mr, HarriVsald tlmt since taking .over the business at Stirling he.had had all that be has Mlag teacbor of Stirling public aehcoi staff, has. .been visiting her many friends in town and distrlpl. lion. A. .C. HiaJugor, Judge of the district, court at Katon. Ohio, was ai visitor to Stirling on Thuraday, ac-1 Stirling District I Snaps in Real Estate This stuff must be sold quickly. Have a few good, close-in lots in Stirling ToAvnsitej cheap. No onoumberancc. Torrens Title. Half section in 33-0-16, oii StlrllngAveybuni line. Two townsifeswitliln 3 miles and 5 miles. Good terms. Large business building, one block from Stirling station, on business street t'onld be used for any merchantlle business. Can, be handled with very little.cash: 80 acres improved land, 5 ttlles from Stirling, 4 miles from Hajmond, 2 miles from'Knight Sugar Factory, offers spleudii op- portunity for beet raising Price J28.00. Eaay terms. W.McDTait Offices at Stirling and Raymond. Alta. The Prairie Queen Hotel Cm' A 11 Stirling, Alberta Offers Unexcelled Accommodation For the Traveling Public Town" NEW DAYTON A Bargain Sale 160 acres, G 1-2 miles from town, 80 acres under cultivation, small house, bum for six head of stock, good well, all teoced. 50 acres crop goes this, farm. Price per acre, terms ca-gh, balance 4 yearly payments. l fc 640 acres, 3 1-2 miles from town, 230 acres crop, all fenced, thlng goes for J31 per Terms per acre cash, haiaijM 00 per acre yearly. The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. L. B. Duncan 1 Dry Goods Shelf aiid Heavy Hardware Groceries Paints and Oils Boots ami Shoes, Steam Fittings American Woven Wire Fencing n_ l fe' f New Dayton, Alta. companied by bin ton, R W of Dayton. judge in spend- liif A month's with his Eon on farm- at; 'New, Dayton, John Timothy is thie week.unload fug a car of hay and has nioved the great; which stacked east of the' elevator.-to the line. GROWERS .GET GRAIN ELEVATORS Winnipeg, Jul> 21 a conference today of 'tho Cabinet, with T p Ijpnfjnn 'Th presenting the Grain Growers' Grain Company, the jirovincial elevator sys- tem was leased to'tliat company until such time as a -sample, market is c.n- tibllshed In Winnipeg. Six per cent, of (he capital Invested is tho price paid. PARIS INVADED BY NO-HAT BHIGADr Women .Cufea With. Powdtred Hair, a la Lo.uii. XVI. Paris, July no-hat brigade has iiot only invaded the 4of Paris, but at the evening cafes every woman came with their, hair pro- fusely powdered. and nearly all papers given .to fashion, in comment- ing upon this revival of the style of Louis XVI. commended H. -'At teuil last week many wore their hair iwwdered snd came without "jrTSSlt ..thnt voufhfiil fncei gained in Brace from their gilver setting. The daring innovators rely on the to sanction and impetus to uteas, and it may well. prove lengthy of Titian Ireawfi an4 blonde ringlets will be ;