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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBltlbGE DAILY HERALD "THE JUNCTION M. L. MILLER Manager 'v: o. K 'DEGBNHR Secretary Treasurer Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, Alta. The Junction TOAVII Greatest snap ever offered in Alberta; 1-2 land, three miles from elevator, one hundred and twenty-five acres in wheat; L. acres oats; house, barn and well with jja. good ,wat'er.' 'All "fenced. per' 'Half, .balance easy. to Loan On-large or: small dwellings and. business Why. pay rent? 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 [IPATRICIA1S BEING EXPLORED I MR. TVRELL WILL CUT OFF ON- TARIO'S STRIP AND UNFURL FLAG Toronto, .July 22. The Ontario government exploration party under Allen ot the Taylor Stake of the J. H. Tyrell, which is investigating Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day the newly acquired .district oi Hat- Saints, was at Stirling last Sunday ricia. has arrived at Port Nelson on! afternoon with his councillor. 0. H. I Hudson Bay. ..Mr. Tyrell is now sur-! conference with the people vering the'south shore of the river i the ward. Bishop A. K Fawns and his councillors. W. T. Og- C. P. H AGENT JOINS RANKS OF BENEDICT PRETTY WEDDING .CELEBRATED AT OF L.D.S. COUNCIL Stirling. July H. S. locating the ten-mile strip owned hy Ontario.'As soon as the Ontario por- located, "V.r. Tyrell will for- den and R. G.'Hardy, were sustained as well us the officers of the auxiliary jltitual Improvement mally take possession tor the prov-j Association, -the. -Relief Society and ince, unfurl a ling and read a proc-J the Sunday President Alien in lii's..address complimented ".vard on the, neat appear- lamation from the governor-general. Mr. Tyrell will also take soundingsM R. A. DAVIS HIQH CLASS CONFECTION- ERY. ICE CREAM .AND. FRUITS. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS PERFUMES, AND TOILET SUPPLIES. Phone 28. Stirling, Alts. Pioneer Harness Shop Jleady-Made'-Harness and Har- flesa Parts.... specialty.. All work guaranteed. Iiitwnaiional Stock P'ood and Hkirse -Medicine. E. SC'HAFFEK STWLMN9 ALBERTA -GEflMAN WAS GIVEN? EIGHT MONTHS 'Edtafcurgh.'SJuljr Iwt-' German, was guilty today ty ihe tish ofMudtc-' on a clwgeiof suylug. He H-EU sentenced to eight nonths' Notes regarding guns under construction in the British government arsenals, and oth- er Incriminating documents were touud in his possession. 4, PROTEST IN J EDMONTON ELECTIOr- Edmonton, July petition pro Kesting his return and petitioning that Hon. C. W. Cross in the Legislature, or'hold ing any office in this province on th< Jiomination of the Crown, or any mun 3'cipal office, has been prepared iindei the legal direction of C. F. Ne'well nhd wag today, filed for the Lfauten W. p. W. Carstalrs is aiamed as the petitioner. Regular it r- o( tic bwels u an MMV tlty lor food hrikh. tfnko the waste miter from the fctd wbich collecti thtre ii got rid of M lux once i day, it decays and poisoiu the whole body, caiuinr biliousntK, indi- Kcstion and sick and other harah mineral piiqpttVM irritate the delicate lininf tl the boweli.- Dr.: Morse's Indian Rort vegetable the bowels effectively without or griping, Dr. 'Indian Root Fill- Men Wanted FOR RAILROAD WORK :On line east of Stirling. Apply on the work. Also will buy good baled tim- othy or blue joint. JOHN TIMOTHY Maybutt Post Office the harbor and make an extended! ot their. -meatlng house, has recently been fixed up. He spoke j examinations of the locality. lion. Frank Cochranr is expected to arrive at Pout Xelson about the end of August. of the improved.. conditions tho NEW STYLE OF FIGHTING BOA Change of Service Beginning Sunrlaj-, June 16, service will be held in Presbyterian-churches Raymond 11 a.' m. Stirling, 3 p. hi. Nen- Dayton 7.30 p. m. Raymond arid New Dayton peon'- are asked to qjke note of the obange C. .P. R. system. Owing to "a rush of at the present, time it has been mpossible for Mr. Pettifor to get SUFFRAGISTS IN FIGHTING MOOD AROUS- IMG FIRE IN'. THE. HEARTS OF WOMEN London, July Annie Ken- y, who, In Hie absence of Mrs. Bm- eUno Pankhwst, and her daughter, and of Mr. and Mrs. Pelhick Law- rence, the joint editors of Votes for Women, is running the Women's So- cial afld Political Union, today sent a spirited rtply to Mrs. Henry Fawcett who, on July J9, on behalf of the e.v Mutive ot the National Union of Wo- men's Suffrage societies, issued a pro- test against the militant tactics of the Women's Social and Political Miss Kenney declines to do any. thing to "quench the militant spirit which the government's treachery has "Tie say, MiSB Ken- ney, "lit the fire, of revolt in the wo- men's hearts, and must accept the fnll responsibility for thsir reoent protest and for-lie more serious protest that may be made in the future." HUDSON MAXIM IS GOING T BUILD SEMI-SUBMERGIBLE BOAT Detroit, Mich..' July hig. speed, light priced and heavily gun ned cruiser, that will sink beneath th waves until only a big gnu platform n mains in sight, is the invention Rnc eon Maxim is just now perfecting, ac cording to a statement he made here today. His idea is a further deyelopmen. of a patent he has just obtained on a design for a-new {torpedo'boat, which beneath the water froiri the deck taking on water momentum just-like a railway locomotive on land. "The water said the inven- tor, "is inclined toward the stem, so that when the stern valves are opened the 'water is discharged as quickly as it is taken on. At the present time when the high power gun penetrates almost anything on tbe horizon, a serai-aubm-ergible torpedo boat, in place of the present highly vulnerable torpedo craft, -be- comes very desirable. The semi-sub- torpedo boat can cruise ab- ove the water until going into action, taking on water for submerging when t gets within ralige of the enemy. have also a new system for Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound dredging torpedos; which I expect will makeswomennormaljheftlthywidstrong. soon be utilized''In nayai This is evidenced by the following letters continued Mr. Maxim: "The tor- which are genuine and .truthful; HKloes -are and are of London, wish to thank yoii much greater speed ami range than for the benefit I received by taking your famous medicine, Stirling1 ward. A wedding of more than usual in- terest took place, liist night in the Presbyterian church at Stirling when Miss Catherine Hackett. became the wife of Walter T. Pettifor, C. P. R. station agent at. Stirling. The cere- mony was performed by the "liev. II. W. .Toombs, B.A., of Raymond, and only the Stirling friends of the bride and groom, present. Miss N. Perry, of assisted Miss Hackett as bridesmaid, and Mr. Era- ;st Pettifor, the groom's brother, act- ed in the capacity of "groomsman. Miss Hackett has been a resident of Stirling only about three mouths. 'Mr. Pettifor came to Stirling as agent of the A. R. 1. at this point, ng bis position, .when the road was taken over by the C. P. is )robably the youngest agent, on the away, and a proposed honeymoon to the Pacific const has been postponed for a couple of weeks. Tho Herald, joius with the friends of tbe younur couple in wishing them a happy and prosperous married life. Mrs. J. F. Gordon, Miss Maud Carry and Miss Lura Redd visited Stirling yesterday and held the regu- lar ward conference meeting ol the Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement Association. Addresses were glveo by the visiting delegates on the work of and the ward officers were sustained. A report was also given of the convention held at Salt Lake City last month. A. M. Tancock, who during last term-was principal of Stirling public school and who since leaving Stirling has been on the examination staff at Lethbridge. left last week for bis home in England. Mr. Tancock's work as principal ut Stirling was highly commended by the inspector, and it is with regret that he announced to the board that he would not be re- turning next season. It is hib pur pos-3 to take a university course at the Alberta University when that in- stitution opens this fall. In the published list of successful candidates in recent law examinations the name of H. Ostlund appears as having been successful in the exam- L {nations for second year. Mr. Ostlund i has tmt one more year to put in be- fore he completes his 'work as law :uden't. IB today celebrating Pion- eer Day. Sports have been arranged... for, and a baseball game will be play-; ed. The business bouses.will close! ,this afternoon and the tow- will be arrayed in gala attire. Stirling District Snaps in Real [state This stuff-must bo sold quickly. Havi a .few good, close-in-Jots in Stirling Townsito, cheap. ATo enotunhemnoe. Torruns-Titlp. Half secMen in 33.5-16, on Stirling-Woyburn line. 'l Two'townsHeB within 3" miles and C miles. j Large .business one 'block from stirltni on B street Gould bo used for ajiy merchantlle business' be handled with very HtUe cash. Can acres Improved land. 5 miles from Stirling, 4 .mites rrom- Haymoad, 2 riles from-. Knight Sugar 'offers splendid' op- portunity .for beet; raising, Prico-'jSS.OO. Easy terms Offices at Stirling and JRaymond, AJta. The Prairie Queen Ifotel Stirling; Alberta Offers Unexcelled Accommodation For the Traveling Public Stirling, NEW DAYTON THE BLESSING OF MOTHERHOOD Healthy and ChiK dren Make Happy Hornet Motherhood is Roman's high eat sphere lifti. It is of her dearest opoa and yet thou- an'ds of noble women through some de- angomenthavebeen denied this blessing. In many homes once childless there are ow children because of the fact that FRANCE HONORS IRITISH Paris, July President today save a lun- cheon in honor of the Prince of Wain, who stout to re- turn to England after a so- journ of three months. .M. Fnlllerieg presented tire Prince with the insignia of Hie Orand Cross of the Legion of Honor. he present. of my submarine craft is nothing like that of the sreat dreadnoughts. I do not, hy any means, recommend That will stop building dreadnoughts. I think we should build four a year from on. With Russia and Japan-in fighting alliance, the only way the United States can hold its own ngalnat them is by build- ing more-warships than both of them FARMERS MAKE NOTEJ1F THIS Port William, Onl., July 23 "no- grade" cars of -rain in railway yards here and in Port Arthur the ownership of which cannot he ascer- tained, will bn dried without refer- enco to ownership, unless instructions to contrary are received early. This action was decided on nt li meeting of the (train commission held yester- day afternoon. NEW DAYTON New Dayton, July .1. Mah-j gan, who has beeu visiting his brb-j thei- hern, left on Thursday for his; home in Elkton, S. D. i Miss Delia Drake, who has been I visiting at her home here, returned to her homestead CoutiB on Mon- day. Cbas. Zieman, who ran a separator for C. L. Atkins last fall, has returned again to take the same position. i Jas, Rodeback, assistant'to Bailiff! oE Lethbridge, was a visitor j to New Dayton on Sunday on his way j from Bad Water Lake to Raymond. J. R. Anderson, manager Cor F. C Lowes of Lethbridge, and his father R. P. Anderson, of New Dayton, mot orcd from New Dayton to Raymom yesterday and returned to Lethbridge R. J. Gordon, district engineer on the public works department of the provincial was in town on Tuesday on his way east of New Dayton, where D. L. Reid is in charge of some road' improvement. There is considerable talk of organ izing a choir in connection 'with the New Dajtorr. New Dayton lias the talent, 'and it only requires some one with the ability to organize to have a choir that would do credit to a much larger congregation. Aliss 1'earl Whitsel had as dinner guests last Sunday the Misses Me- Anna, Mr. and Mrs. II, P. Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. C.'J. Mahood, W. ,T. Hamil- ton, L. B. Dunrftin, C. M. McLennan ami Miss Dora Whitsel. An'effort is being made to organize a Sunday school at New Dayton. Rev. A Bargain Sale 160 acres, 6 .from- tojyn, 80 acres -under cultivation small house, ham for sk hand of stock good well all fenced f28 per'-acre; terras' cash, balance I yearly payments. MO acres, 3 1-2 miles 230 acres crop, all.fenqed every- thing goes for .per tore. Terms "biianc'e ?.i.OO pci- acre yearly. The Chas. T. Cousins Land Go. New Dayton, Alta. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. Before my I baby was born I was so ill I could not stand long or walk any distance. I had to lie down nearly all the time. After I took your medicine T felt like a new wo- man. I could work from morning till night and was happy and well. I certainly think it relieves pain at childbirth and recommend it to lhai next Sunday there win be every woman who is pregnant. .You may I present, to have a Sunday use this testimonial if you like. It may school going in a regular way. A, J. Burnside, manager of the Can- adian Bank of Commerce at Warner, and Mrs. week end visitors, at .the. home.of Mr. and Mrti. A. .1. Mftynard- at New Dayton. A-. H.-fJickfSon, of-Milk River, arriv- ed toVD on Saturday last to re- lievo W. T, Hamilton, accountant at i Bank Commerce here, m Mi Monday night Mr. Toombs was -at th-e church last, Sunday at fUO and about thirteen! children tint no teachers. Volunteers have been aaked for, and it is expect Dry Goods Slieif and Heavy Hardware Groceries Faints and-Oils Boots and -Shoes, Steam Fittings American Woven Wire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. -on ,S help some other FRANK COHHIN, 132 Adelaide St., London, Ont was ailing nil the time and did not know what the matU was. I wanted a baby but my .heald) would not permit it, I was nervous, side ached and f was all run down, i heard that T.ydia E.Pinkham's VogeUbU Compound was good and took the raedt' cine. I have now a beautiful and your Compound nan helped me in every for ft J' J- STEWAKT, 299 Hum- '.An idl. very much was done.' The pro- rased improvements to the streets vas. again (lie matter f fencing the pometery.Vamc up.'.T.lie committee rcpol'ted Ih'ey w soliciting subscriptions. WELLING Welling, July a good deal of alfalfa out in the Welling dis- trict, and some of it'.will br- partly spoiled because of the incessant hoavy rain of' the past two -weeks. Miss Lurn Redd anil Miss Ina Rrlc- Bon, of Raymond, wore visitors to Welling on punriny last and gave a talk to HIP fii It of the Mutual fm proiemcnt at the evening meeting on iho "Lives of Haydn-and Schi 'iffrt In Afternoon tf r. D Spencor -Yoiiug., was'.; present; and. re- ported on the convention .which" waV held at Salt last-.month; regular afternoon service! was Slycn over fgr this A party was given last Sunday night at the home of .Mr. Christian rwhen a number of the young people of the district gathered .to Honor the birthday of his son, Carl Peterson, A hlrlhday slipper was given and a very enjoyable lime spent, Tbc regular .ward conference of Hie Young ladies' Mutual Improvement Association at Welllnj; will held lien ..Sunday when Mrs. Gordon. .Miss McCnrli md other windionicors fioni Kaymond will he present and give addressetj on the work of the associa- lilltt. ;