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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, .'June 1, 1012 K 'DAILY HERALD Pace IS. "THE JUNCTION TOWN" Ben received a shipment of these fine Alarm Clocks This is williout doubt the best' Alarm Clocks in America, Fivc-rii'mutcs- early, Sometimes ten; It raises salaries BEN. For Sale by Miller Degener General Merchants Alberta Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Theodore; E. Fawns Dealer in Agent f or Dry Harvester Hardware, .BJows'" The Pioneer'Store of Buggies Be.sl; goods Sawyer Mnssey .con i'fcmis t rea'tinonu to all.- is onr Separators Press Drills Stirling, Alia. BUYING LAND FOR NEW TOWN SITES E. Schaffer Ready made harness, :incl harness pants. Rcpairkig n specialty. All work guaranteed. International Stock Food and Horse Medicine. Stirling, Alta. B. A. Perkins Son Wo have opened a blacks mi Ui shop opposite 'Citizen's yard and are prepared to do a GENERAL BLACKSMITHJNG AND REPAIR BUSINESS Plow Pointing and.'Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, fAItii'l SWEET VALLEY Miss paulson entertainca-u fcU- of .jber lady friends on Wednesday aiter- S'wcei Vnilcy. May Mr. Hosier j noon, ibis foeins her birthday. At 5 has started ilrllliiig in his well again, o'clock a delicious supper was served Considerable Activity Along bridge of Stirling Stirling, May real 'estate deal of some consequence was effected, this werk rhyn Albert Hrandlcy of Stirling sold to K. B. ['hair, line ins'noctor for Hie Caiiudlan Pad lie Hallway Co., bis farm, which is the west half of section IIH 'in C-1T. Tbis jtiace' of 'land lies sonie lli miles from and ft Is be- lieved tliat. the hind' which lies iin- inedlately mljolnins the line of tbt- bnint-h "of tin- (7ana'ilbm Pacific Hallway whlcli is now in course of construction, ii; to ho rse'd for a iuwn- site. It is true that the C.l'.It. ffi-ad- ed a regular main lint; siding 3.0M feta long and 70 feet wide where Foley Bros, sct'thttir first construction camp itbput 25 miles from This wbulil timke n nut tier tcwnslic this point and Ihe point'ut which "the been done, but a distance of ten mUea wduid not. seem too rieur for the placing of another siding and lownalte. No work nus linen In the way of gnuIiiiK1. on h'ls land, Imt the grading outfits will this point in the'course ot'ii. week uid It will lie. known then whether or not he land la to bn used for the purpo.se i supposed. The' price paid, we under- stand, was 5i'5 per acre .ciish. Brand- ley has 33 acres plowed. section is fenced and has a small shack on It. Patience School district Is solving- one; of the difficult problems, which confronts ii school district when It Is home for Its teacher. Dumber was taken out tills week to this .school property which Is on the Michelson farm east of Stirling', for tills purpose, and the teacher will hereafter live in the building bis own houseKeeping'. Bev, H, B. missionary fi Toronto.. University, working-, under the Home Mission Committee of the Presby- terian church, was a visitor to Stirling on Tuesday, driving over with Mr. Tail. Mr. Kennedy Is to preach at New .Dayton and Stirling tomorrow, and the early part of next, week will leave for a Held which has been opened up at Warner and New Dayton. Everybody In Stirling Is talking- about tho recent acquisition a company of which Henry Marsilen of Curnianiray iho. imiul, n-'portion of the JiuTray farm west of Stirling. This piece of land immediately adjoins the towiiKite- on the west, and there Is .much speculation to what the company mean to do wlthithis land which they have-thus acquired. It is known, of course, that at the price, paid U is not the Intention of the company to nso it us.farm tho only use left would be a sub-division The people of Stirling..ire beginning lo realise that a better lighting system must he installed In the meeting: house which is also used as an amusement hall and place of recreation. Since the accident to-the system last winter it has not been giving satisfactory service and on Mon- day night last during the entertainment given by Miss Grace V. Knnncr the lights entirely out. Stirling cannot hope to ffet the best talent for entertainment purposes unless the best service Is pro- vided in the way of right. No damage of any Kind, has come to crops in the vicinity of Sufficient moisture-ia now lit the ground to Insure freedom from-drouth .for at leys! over, 10 clays, llain at'the end of. that time will be needed and in :ill probability there will.before that lime .downpour.. No insect yot bt-en'reported as destroy iiiy'tiithL'r grain or roots in this district anil, fall wheat is looking as well us i ever has. Alfalfa, loo. is Volnir to yiei nn abundant crop and .from present indl cations will" be.ready for tlio llrst cut (in even earlier, than last year. .Alleni Jack, Viec-preslrt'eiit of Leth b'rJilge'-Weybiini Realty l'o..' Leih'hridge, wus TiieS day on business liT'connfe'eilon with hi company. Mr. .lack1 drove- out nort Stirling several miles and'1 west In the vi clnlty of Uaymund, and 're-ported to tii Herald Hint the crops'm ;111 the dlsiric he Traversal between thiiVp'oiiu and Leth bridge and west of SUriii'uVwere In excel lent 'condition. From present indications Uhere will b an appendix to (he name now printed I thti sign board at the A: the sign postn' received recently by th engineers in charge of railroad work ii which the'name of thi station appear, have Stirling Junction written on them, and ii would seem tha hereafter this puint'will be: known among: i-ailroiid''men by that name. U seems i fitting name, too, because tin the com plelion of the lim this will be the junction of twi C.P.R. lines. i. Tlie anniinl publicity number of ilu LethbHdjfe Dally Herald has' been re telvcd by (he Stirling subscribers and is rcg.ii'dcd by them as a very excellent publication. Tho work of arranging preparing Hie Stirling was largelj the hands of ilr. Fred Spackman, ano credit is due him for the caro he bestowed on the matter. D. A. JicKerrlcher, Inspector of schools for this district, passed through Stirling Thursday morning on an inspection trip to schools east and west, and on Friday paid a visit to the local school, i-, and .Mrs. R. A. Amos 'of Raymond re visitors to Stirling Tuesday after- noon and were the guests'of Miss >n. Mr. Morgan, the new station ngent at Vcw Dayton, was in'Stirling this week Instructions' from1 'Agent 1'et- ifur. and getting fi-om him n grasp of the nisi ness workings of the New Dayton flipping point. Week of Gala Events-'Enjoyed (Continued from page 14) BOOSTS CHINESE Mrs. Si'abcck has gone lo Mtn- npsotii for an cxtcnileri visit with her parents and .She expects. lo tie gone months. J, Stark'! has gone lo lown 51 rs'. Win. Mcl'herson lias reUirnecl lo the liomcsleatt after it year's ali- hcncr. Air. Hoch, Olson, Karl .loncs ;wd .Jack Seabcck wore all out to Vulcan this week, helping one another lo prpvo up. Mr. Taylor 'is Imuling wheat io ('oa'dalr. The .school inspector was calling in this district last wrdt. REPUBLIC A A A A A A A V V Men Wanted FOR RAILROAD WORK On line east or Stirling. Apply on tho work. Abo-will buy sooil baled llm- othy or blue Joint. JOHN TIMOTHY Maybutt Post Office uppnr ol which'all devoured with I Misses Ntlsim nnd Witting have been spending a week in Lethbridge, j fDr. Chang Kang Yen, Chinese Con- wliere iliey had work done. Vancouver, -before Van- couver Canadian Club) Mr. Lowe wa.s :i caller at Mr. Hnughinan's one evening- this week. "China 1ms a great future behind. Carl CJreenman has rcl.urucd to Nffw that it is turned square round, ('arinangny to work after a long va- futiiTO is ahead. "Under tbe old regime, thu 'govern- ment consisted of loafers, scallawfiga, nnd ojihnn sots, with :i heavy sprink- ling of 'I Work (ho Workers.' "Tho Imperial family made hay while the sun Rhone, and for them the ami shone night as woll as day. But when these princes were asked to con tribute to the war cheat, it was qiiichly discovered that. Cream of Tarter did not. -raise the. dough. "Onr new structure is fire and f.1. T. li. Institute in Let abridge Wed-j we carry our own ncsday. Insurance. Mrs. J. Lelllnr was a hostess on "We propose to work out our own Wednesday for the Ladies' Aid. A i salvation in our own way, good social afternoon is reported. i "Much advlco has becn tendered .John Davidson spout several days last after his farm at Mr. :ind Mrs. S. Crest attended church Sunday evening. Mrs. Pctrrs lias linen quite ill with ii soie throat. what have we? U then reads 'the white man's burden is the yellow man's peril.' "-Man is garmented in mistakes when he is clothed and' In hig right mind. .Apparently his only hope of escape will conio when he knocks nt the Pearly Gates. "China used to hang its reformers upon the principle that a good Indian is ;i dead Indian." cation ami a spell of1-the measles. Messrs. and Gaiill wore j Sweet. Valley shoppers recently. COALDALB Coaldaln, May ;H. and H. A. SugEjitt. and W. B. Mitford arc altending confcfoucn at Kdimwton. II. I'awsoTi, Mrs. ileiiiiio .Joaos and Miss May Knapp atteaddd the ua. Advice IE dear to the adviser al- ways; It may bo dearer to you after you have acted on it. nnd it. Is to you when you .heed it under pres- sure. "From frequent, re'.lerallon, (ho 'Yellow Peril' has become the 'white mcui'y biii'dou. Turu this around aud fill oil lamps. The small number of stu- dents In the floss, there bclnj? hut five, 3 a serious drawback, but the num- bers that were given were indeed credit- able. As a matter" of custom they were more dignified'aha formal than their op- ponents of the previous night aa a result their program .was not so loudly up- plauded.nor their reception so enthusias- tic. A plciuiln? addition to the program was a short address from Jlr. F. Keil- lor, a former principal of the Raymond :hool. Mr. Keillor WHS greeted with loud and prolonged applause when he stepped to the front "of singe. Hln address H most Instructive., especially 10 the graduating'seniors, to whom it WHS particularly directed. lie took for his theme tho motto of the S-enior class, "Our road is Onward.'" The Grand Finale On Friday, the grand culminating eve- j nlng, il select program was rendered, gome of Ihe best tnlent in the Academy taking part. The greater number of art-' istg. however, was taken from the Senior clasp. The singe wus littinct'ly deconitcd for the occusion with Kcfiool pennants bun tins' and (lowers, and presented a most, lovely'scene. During the program Presi- dent Bramwell presented the graduating Seniors; namely MtaseH Ijiirii itedd, June Uedd, and Mr. Lion Skou- with their diplomas. This act was greeted with loud and vociferous ap- plause, a great deal of II coining from the Juniors, the'': happy graduates res- ponding gracefully. i After the program the grand alumni ball was given in the Academy g-ymini- alum. The ball room was brilliantly light- ed and'presented a most gay and pleasant ure. .Excellent music 'was furnished by the 1C, A. orchestra, adding greatly to the (uijoyment of the dances. Teachers and students joined in the festivities to- gether, no mark of distinction separating them. At 12 o'clock the dance came to a close, everyone voting the affair the most delightful for many a day. W.McD.Tait Southern Representative of the Herald Has opened an office in the building beside the Prairie Queen Hotel, and is authorized to transact all the Her- ald's business in Stirling. Job Work Will be taken, and all the a newspaper done. For advertising rates apply to the Southern Repre- sentative. Herald Publishing Co. ueen Hotel (Ml'ers Unexcelled Atroininod.ilion FOL the Traveling Public J "the town" NEW WOMEN ARRESTED IN CHURCH Riotous Demonstration in a Sac'red Edifice Over Money Matters Stamford, Conn., -May were called lo 'quell a disturbance at tho Polish Roman Catholic church of the Holy Name ai. the morning vico, and two women, one with a babo in ,'irius. werp arrested. The services wore just, starting; when there was demonstration, in which women loolt the most, prominent part. During (he excitement, the collection pla-Ies were overturned and (lie .money was scat- ired about. Troubl6 lias been feared for some time, and policemen had been sta- tioned M tho church for several Sun- days. After the women had boon placet! under arrest services were continued without interrup- tion. The trouble Is said to have started over financial dlfiicultii.-H In the church- about, which there had been much NEW DAYTON New Bitxou was si Warner visitor Thursday. Roden H. .Murray ami ,T. T. Mc-Kay rare visitors ot Raymond Thursday. D. n. of Lethbridge, who owns large farm south of' New .Dayton, was iere Tuesday looking after aoine busi- icss connected witli bis farm. M. Duncan, has been visiting Is brother, h. B. Duncan, at New Day-; on for n. days, left for his home- Head In Tuesday morning. Mrs. O. A. McCulIough Is spending Hie end with .Mr. and Mrs, G. H. More- j and. Mrs. Win, Infills-of Lethlirltlffe is j lao, a guest at the Morcltind home. j Mrs. and .Mrs. .1. V. Morrison ami fam- I y went to Lethbridge Tuesday and re- j urncd Fridny morning. The'Miami Farming Co., have nding wliciit this week, about five cars f grain of excellent quality have been lipped. Alro. U. W. Rlsingcr who bus been ill oi- tbe pus! couple of weeks, is now j scoverfid, and is out again. ,1. 11, JTcKay, .of Warner, visited bis us, ,T.' U. McKay on Mtmdiiv and Tues- ny. C. M, McLcIlim, wlio luis hcVn cniploy- d by Jt. C. JKirvuy for a considerable md la; fir with .1. T. McKay, la to succeed G. A. McOnlloitRli UK .salesman in L. It. Duncan's store, and will begin bis new duties next O. Morg-an, tho new I'. H. depot agent, wus ;i visitor to Stirling on Tues- day and Wednesday taking over the Xcw D.'iyton business fritin Agent Petti for, of Stirling. The Ladies' Aid of Ihe Presbyterian church met, the liomn of .Mrs. C. 1. Miihoml.on Wednesday afternoon of this wupk.. About elirhteen.tallies were pres- nnt and considerable Interest was mani- fested in the organization. K. llunfur, who has boen ti busi- vtsllttr In .Southern Alberta for a of wct'h.H, wont lo LfMhbrfilKc from Dnytnn on Monday, roturntHK on Tuesday niorning, nnd left for bis home i Dayton, Ohio, on Wednesday. Fred I In i Us, who hu.4 for some Him; been engaged on tho farm Moro- loft on Thursday for nn exploration Irln through British Columbia. U Mr. Moreland is favorably Impressed with thu coast province It ly fmlit! prolmblo Hint stay In some of roast dis- tricts. .1. T. McKay a visitor to last week nnd ri.-niriiiiiK on Tuns- flu y morning.' McKay is silll vlull- liig at Ilu; homo of her brother, 1-Yiuik T. nith. and Mr. McKay reports that she rapidly irtroverlng hor health. i route lo the district cast of Wimior. This Is For Trade 160 acres. G miles from town. vritli school across the road; 80 acres-under cultivation; small house ami ham; all .fenced, will'''trade for horses or.cattlei' Price per acre. Cousins Whitsel Land Co. Alta. can Dry Goods Shelf and Heavy Hardware Groceries Paints and Oils Boots and Shoes, Strain Fittings American Woven Wire Fencing _ New Dayton, Alta. tOTlKH I his .'iiimsn1 tlpit of Now Dayton Mr. Kennedy :i university, itnd will icnlnp UP :ind In ihi- Fnllb nml Lucky Slrlhi Two solos I'ottilcrf.d lust Sunday, onu b} who ".M'idf With Mo. ,1, I'nat I'elioll.-i win) anr at the chmvli Miss Wbttsel 1 Ui-- olbor bv "Come Unto .1. Pont, of IVtrolin, (int., :i brother of Mrs. (J, (7. McDonald. Is visitlntr his t'is- tijr at New Duytun. Mr. I'enl isi uuiKinK si lour of i lit- .-ind HpiMUiiiiK ffini1 Mnif New I my ton ami l.i'lli- Ills rol-ilivt-s lustd.-. l.n.st .Sunday (tt the I'htirrli st-iTire Mr. Tout fiivorod (xiniTri'Kiitfmi wllli n nulo. I-'ntw .Me." ifturnf-il in .NVw Dayttut on Kridfty, iiccoinpanlfld liy KlHtcr-ln-Iiiw. I'cul, t.i tin- wi-cii cnii. OPfUM TRADE HARD Hit Bombay, india. fttay opium, merchants of India claim they'are tbrcatoiuHl with ruin by alleged dis- regard by China of existing treat let' and they Imye appealed to, govera- meiH to-save'them.' They assert that CMiincse uierelmntH refuse delivery oJi opium which they have purchased btV cause provincial authorities refuse to admit it, consequently slacks of in India are tq an mi-.-, bearable degree. SIR THOMAS SAIUS London, May Sliausiincssy. Sir .Montagu and sii and Sir A. Oownes ong those sailod for Canada tof' day. :..f ;