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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta _ 1ft THE LE E DAILY Wednesday: July. M. L. JULLER Manager S l H- SecreUryTreasurer 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 cash, balance. easy. to Loan On large or small dwellings and business Why pay rent! Build a home. your property with us and get the best possible returns. CUTTING SOON IN FULL SWING CROPS GOOD AT BOW .MONDAY WAS A CELEBRA-' TION DAY Row Island, July this hot tenough for "Fierce, isn't it BOARD OF TRADE EXECUTIVE Will Circulate Petitions Asking for Land Title Office Stirling, July meeting of the executive or the Stirling board of ...............mi. LI.............in n c ui 11IC dill llllt, IJUittU Ul _ _ !Have >'our twine trade was held in the public school The Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries BUILDING BRISK AT FERNIE Many New Buildings Are Going Up Roads Busy Ferine, July on the ad- dition Ferule Central school building has begun and will be push- ed to-completion as'rapidly as pas sible. A: Htizete has the excavation contract and lias a large force "at Work.; This.addition to the Central school will be. forty, by one hundred and twenty feet, two stories, and will contain eight .large-.and airy ".rooms. The cost will half of which 'the pfOvlBoUl government has .al- ready placed to tba credit olj the school Twenty-five -thousand dollar s 'in debentures was voted 'b> the ratepayers of the district a and these bonds will toe cubed: in time to. complete the building-for the winter term of school This addition to tbe school building brings the number of rooms-In town for school.purposes up to twenty and 'there will be required .twenty, teach- ers to carry on tbe schools. During list term three .rooms .were rented to accommodate the children, Men Wanted FOR RAILROAD WORK On 'line ot Stirling.- Apply on .the work. Also .will buy good baled tim- othy or blue joint 'j.JOHN TIMOTHY Miybutt Po.l Offlct but the new addition completed tbe'Schools tvii] all be sheltered in (is what we hear on all sides these days. The exlrenve heat ot the past 1 few days is ripening the grain very 'rapidly, ami cutting will-soon be go- full swing. The crops in this neighborhood are looking fine, and (prosperity is looking us in the face. I Well, Hover's Minstrels "have come jand and today the burning J question is, "Did you get frosted last referring, not, to atinospher- j ic to the "show." Possibly 300" people .were in attend, ance, and it is safe to say that '150 of them arc sadder but wiser now- The amateurs, do fair- ly well, hut considered from' other arc not even fair. The hand and orchestra were the only redeeming features, their, band con- properly constructed school buildings. The.new addition is to be equipped cert at noon being much apprecmisri. The Bow Island hall team jqurney- wiih Healing and to J3eyCn Persons on; Friday winning from that team easily, score 12-6. W. J. Colley spent the week end "renewing acquaintances here. Miss Mabel Brock-, of Florence, Onl., spent a-couple .of- day 3: he re thi.s week, visiting her brother. Mrs. A. B. Hoaglin is a visitor to Lethbridge today. Miss Clara Leary has re.turned from Lethbridge, where she has been visit- ing apparatus of the most approved kind. Father Michel slated to a Herald reporter yesterday (hat the new Cath- olic church .will be finished and dedi- cated at 'the end of August. This last addition to the church, buildings of Ferine is the largest and most costly. Comnteted with heating and seating, the' clhtrch" will represent an expenditure" ot and, no debt will be banging over the structure. Other 'buildings to the extent of some sixty thousand dollars have been completed during this season; which, together with those mentionad above, repf-eaent a total in build ngs during {he year of which is not a bad record for an off year in the building line, caused by the effect of last year's long1 strike In the coal mining industry Th-e Coal Greek mines are working more steadily now, only one idle day in each of the last two-weeks having been experienced. -The outlook for steady work is better than, ever since the close down last year. Work on the great trunk road, i Bratton's mother, Mrs. ia at present, visiting .Mrs.'.I. Hammond, here. Monday was a big day in our town, a red letter day..almost. The attrac- tions were, Boycrs a ball game between .the benedicts of 3-10 and the Bow Island -Juniors.. In the afternoon, the Bow-Island-seniors played the Boyer winning in a walk, 10-3. The game was of a better more closely con- tested, the juniors managing to'Ann with a margin'of one run." After the which IB finally to extend from Hall- j bal1 the minalrel show was the fax to Alberni, has been pushed with attraction and caught most of R. A. DAVIS HIGH CLASS CONFECTION- .ICC CREAM AND FRUITS. CIOAR8 AND TOBACCOS >fMFUMIi, AND TOILET 21. Stirling. Altn. Change of Service Beginning Sunday, June 16, service Kill be held in Presbyterian churches Raymond ]1 a. m. Stirling. 3 p. m. Kew Dayton p. m. Raymond and New Dayton people are to take note of the.change. vigor throughout the Fernie district year nnd that part of. the road will soon 'he completed. }Vork In the Cranbrook district has kept pace with, that in the Fernie district, and the road has been com- pleted to Yalik.- Several gangs of men are working on the section between Yank and Creston and that stretch will soon be ready -for auto travel. Another season will see the road completed through to Trail, where (he great ateel Bridge spanning the I Columbia river was thrown open to traffic leveral >weelts ago; Rev. Htigh R. Grant lifts resigned his pastorale ot Knoic church and has accepted a to a t church. Mr. Grant preaches his last sermon In Knox.church next Sun- day. Rev. Mr, Grant has boon con- nected with the Ferni-e church for seven or eight years and lenves a very large circle of warm friends be- hind in his departure for hi a new field of .labor.. The Methodist ministers of the dis- trict ore holding a summer school at M'oyle take thin week. Rov. Dimmeck, of the Fernie church, and Rev. Smith of Weriey church, .Nelson, are the leading spirit! along with Her. West- innn, who. has charge of the school. This Ve'nture of church work ind (H to'ne nin-'jift flri annual affair, affording.the an.opportunity o.meet and excha'Uc ideas while cn- a few .days air life. t the visitors and bur. citizens as well. Work is being rushed on E. C. Lud- tke'i office bunding. WHAT CAUSED CHEAPER CONSOLS Paris, continued de- tiression in French rentes which have dropped to below 92 francs, Is a stand- ing feature of the and causei the public some alarm. But this fail is explained by financiers .and econ- omists as due to the. increased of living and to the plethora of. gold. by..the Minister of finance and by the governor of the of Frmre that during the last fifteen years the, depreciation French rentes been 'considerably than that, of Britain's consols or of the government bonds of Germany, Bolglnm, Italy or Russia, or of the state of any'Kuropean country. The stock market is at "the point of extreme dullness, .hut the outlook is full of-.promise owing to the splendid wheat, crops, both as regards quantity and quality, now, be- ing harvested in France, sia arid Central Burope. Paris grain dealers are informed ihnt Argentina Mils year will export to .Europe over tou wheaL building on Monday night. President Holman was in chair, and t.h'ere were present Secretary Ogden, John Sykes, R. M, Watson. Bishop A. E. Fawneg and W. ,M. Tait. The matter of a baiik for Stirling was brought up in the executive and it was decided that the bank'" committee, uhiich is composed of Bishop Knwnes and Mess- rs. Miller and Holman, circulate a list asking for pledges for the support o-? a bank and also tp endeavor to.gatbei- definlte InformlWn us to why a bank once established left. Com- plaint was'made that an unreliable rumor circulated regarding the reason 'that the bank left town about A communication WRS read from the Lethbridge board asking that a resolution be passed reccmmending that a be established at Lethbridge. Bishop Fawnes report-, ed a visit.from Mr. McKeown, who is making arrspecirfrtrip-. through the southern paTt-Tofctae1'province-oh' this work. The secretary'had a form to fill in for the .secretary of the Associated Boards and he.was.given instructions to' compile 'the figures and forward ihem as soon as possible. Several other communications and letters were read. John Timothy, who has the grading contract for the work on the Stirling end, of the Stirling-Weyburn line, has taken a. ditching contract from the 0. P. R. north east of Lethbridge. This contract will .entail-'about, the same amount of work as Mr, Timothy's grad ing work here, and it in his intention to sub-let a considerable part of-it. He ig now looking for teams to...begin work right away. He anticipated thai, all will bo in start the frrst of next week. Grading work on .Mr. Timothy's railway contract will be campteted in about five weeks. John.Timothy, in conversation with Stirling District Snaps in Real Estate This "st it'll must; be sold quickly. Have a few, good, close-in lots in Stirling Townsite, cheap. No encuiubern-nce. Torrens Title. Halt section in 33-5-16, on Stirling-Weyburn line. Two townsrteB within.? miles and 5 miles. Good terms. Large .business building, one'block from ;Stirling station, business street.' Could be used for any merchant'lle business. Can be handled with very Jiltle cash. SO acreB improved, land, 5 miles from Stirling, 4 miles from Raymond, 2 miles, from Knight Sugar Factory, offers splendid op- portunity for beet raising. Price ?2S.OO. Easy W.McDIait Offices at StirJiiig and Raymond, 'Alta. foot well, gas was struck indicating! f that there is a possibility of a (low of gas in ihe vicinity of the Junction Town. This well was sunk about eight miles from.Stirling. Complaint has been made to the Herald by several 'men who are run- ning steam outfits In the district that It has been almost impossible to get steam coal promptly. One man stated that his engine had been idle for; three weeks, waiting for a car of coal; which had been on order a very much longer time. i The public school leaving list of sue-1 cessful Stirling_s.tudents in the recent! Grade VIII. examinations was publish-1 ed witlroibers.'in- Saturday's issue of the Herald. For those who may not have seen the list the .following are the successful StirlingUes: Emma ferandley, Harold Rose Bdy- s'oii, Nettie Ivie, Venita Pierson. This past list represents more than SO per cent, of the Stirling candidates, only one having -failed. party of. engineers under Mr. H. were camped here for some time while taking .measurements on the main line of the C. P. R. going sout'h, have returned from Cout-ts and I are now proceeding, down the Carrl- ston 'branch, This car was taken from here to'Raymond on Monday night's train. There were forty young ladies out to'the meeting of the Young Ladies' Improvement Association held last Sunday night in the meeting house here, when Mrs. J. T, Heninger of Welling and Miss Liira Redd ad- dressed the association: .lohn T. Heninger, while visiting Stirling last Sunday, had the misfor- ween Hotel Offers Unexcelled Accommodation For the Tm cling Public "The Junction NE1DAYTON the- Herald yeBterdiy, stated that not yet completed.. tune to break bis car which necessi- tates hie staying over till Monday and having the repairs brought down from Letb bridge. Mrs. W-ra, Fisher has bsen ill for several days stilTerlng from an affec- tion of the face, and it was found nec- essary to call in her physician. She; is nicely.. A big dance was held last week in the meeting house'under the auspices j of t.he Sunday school. IHzi Taylor and Elmer Spaekmnn! have heen 're-engaged.' teach-ers for next term at Stirling. The staff is; Stirling On Sunday A Bargain Sale 160 acres, G 1-2 miles from town, SO acres under cultivation, small house, .barn for six head1 of stock, good well, all fenced, 50 acres, crop goes, with this farm. Price ?20" per 'acre, terms cash, balance -r yearly payments. (140 acres, 3.1-2, miles from town, 230 acres crop, all fenced; every- thing goes, for Terms per acre casti, balance per acre yearly. The T. Cousins Land Go. New Dayton, Alta. NEW DAYTON MAN DROWNED IN SASK. TOWN .SHOCKED, AT NEWS GRAIN CUTTING IN PROGRESS IN DISTRICT New Dayton, July 3n. The town of New Dayton toss had a. great itiarlow cast, over it on account of tbe death of Webster Stovel, which occurred at Rouleau, Saik. No 'particulars Are'at hand except the announcement by a Stirling from Dr. McK-eown of Roiileau, informing .Mr. Stove! that his non .had been drowned and asking ,bl.m, to-come at once. Mr. Stovel left on Monday night's train arid" if; it Is pcwlble will bring ahe body to "New Dayton for burial. young mm WAS of age. Montour anfl H. O. Cobham drove through Dayton tbii week with V bunch of which they; were driving from i.ht Blood Indian to Maple Creek. On iM.rlng the nerve they had 120 but sold all but 24 head before reaching New Dayton. Five bend ware sold here men continued their drive with {the 0. M. Mai Annan bought; a rather frisky buckskin from the horw virs who went through this week, and I Is now ftusy g-atting the animal j Grain, cutting now in full at j NV Dayton, The Miami farm cn blnden at work, and on Ttie diiy night had 100 acres down G C t McDonald, manager of this firm in formed the Herald could not' for a better crop, and will get 100, per cent, of the grain sown. R. AV. I Rfafnger also began, cutting on Mon- day, and hy the .end of.this week cut- ting throughout -the entire district i will be general. Tlie many friends of F. M. Riche; j ire glad to see him back to New Diy ton again, and .in a better state of health than when he left. Mr. Riches an operation and is still ast.-, Mr. Henin- per gavo a "to..the dies' Mutual Improvement Associntion at thit pi ice on Tne T ife of Ra TeJ fos f bourht from Potvr Bets of Kijmonn veal rdav i fine Peterson, like most, nf the other farm- ers in the Welling district, has come to sc-o that H pays to have nothing hut the best stock that can be'secured upon the farm. Louis Sohumer is hcnic to Welling after a visit to Ore., where he sold bin prop-arty and has decided to igain make .his home in Canada. bchumcr asserts that there arc nnny worse places than In whioi .._, bank to his land at Welling again. By the deal of requlring medical attention, hut. it. will not be necessary .for Dr. Keillor ,to Ile 1s to come more than once a, week. C. H. Cousins, manager of Becker "lumber yard, was in" Raymond sram at [he present, time it would on Sunday; Monday and Tuesday orj seem that euttms would beRin the hU- Inff the funeral of the I part-of this week. Several fields this week attending, late who was buried color and with thereon Monday l.at. During Mr.j wither "K" Welling, has oxperlcncoil R. I, Blake was in the past several days; the grain charge of the yard. R..B, Taylor was In town this week and before leaving asked to have his' Herald changed to Crlmlwn, Montana. Mr. Taylor .bus sold his homestead nine miles east nf New Dnyton for to Mr, has gone to hojnesteflrt again in Montana.. WELLING In Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Doman, on Saturday, July 27tb, a son. Mils M, Sinclair a week end visitor lo Raymond, the guest of Minn Jenkins. Mr. and llrt. J. T. Hcnlnger were at will ripen quickly. Last Sunday a-'ternoon the V-oung hurtles' Mutual Improvement Associa- tion held their regular conference meeting when Mrs. Weed. Mrs. Bram- .well, Mrs. tfalder, 'Miss McCafty and Mist Olsa Anderson, all of Haymontl, were present. These ladies, with (he exception of Miss Anderson, address- ed the conference, while Miss Ander- son sang a very acceptable solo. -A change was made in the Officers of the association., Mrs, C. A. Chrlslenson wan released from Uie office of presi- dent, and Mrs. Nel's. Pelcrson appoint- ed in her Mrs. Christian IVWr- son. f.nd Miss Lonla Wilde were ap PARCELS POST ITEM IN THE BILL With Zones of Dis- tance, as by Bourne Washington. July SI. .office appropriation-bill.-shorn of-the good roads provision proposed by the house and embracing a revised -pa; eels post system, with charges based on xones' of dlslnnce, was reported, lo fhe c-ena.te today by the poet committee. The total appropriations proposed are above those of tbe house measure, which carried OflO. One of the principal Incftflses is the pay of railroads for (ransp.crt- ing senaie committee ins more than The Rarnhardt amendment In the house bill for the regular'publication of the names of.stockholders pipers and periodicals Is .changed to provide for publication a year. Tbe parcels section in the house bill provider, a flat rate of post- age for ail distances.- The .Mnatc provision-is that of the Bourne bill, slightly modified. Senaitor. Bourne recommends that third and fourth class mall matter M combined for Ihe parcels post ser- vice: -hut the hill makes this posl apply only to fourth class .mat- tor. The senate committee struck ollt of the house bill the (.revision 'giving, to postal employes the right to combine In labor unions and the right, to-pe- tition congress for redress 'Iheir grievances; Aid. Euclid .law-lies of WindWr, was fined in the police court for ripe'fallnt pointed councillors tq the president, i his auto without a ill ;