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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETnimrnoiR: DAILY AVednesday. J'line 1912. "THE JUNCTIONTOW M. L MILLKR Manager O. II. DKGENBK SecretiirjTreasurer Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town OUK SPECIALS Lois ;U. Block 20, Pirsl avenue. -S-OO.OO eneh terms easv. These lots will advance cent. Jn priee the next thirty days. .Xmv is the time to in- vest in iStirliim' Heal KsinU1. Hnlf Seel inn Xo 1 farm land, two ami one- half miles from elevator, -Si'j.OO per acre: easy terms.. to Loan On 'large or small ;iiul hnsiness Why pay rent i Build a home. List your properly us and get the hest possible returns. New Service Hits Stirling 22. Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Theodore Brandley Dealer in Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Groceries Hardware, Etc. Ttic Pioneer Store of Stirling Best goods at possible prices, and courteous t-veatmoiit to all, is our policy. Stirling, Alta. A. E, Fawns Ag'ent for Deerino- Harvester Machinery Emerson Plows Tudliope Buggies Sawyer Masscy Engines Separators Hossier 1'ress Drills Stirling, Alta. It is not Necessary fo Travellers to Remain Over Night now Stirling. June .Miller, o. the Herald staff, was a visitor to Stir ling on Saturday, and on Saturda; night accompanied by her sistei Jean, went to Lelubridge, where, the; I spent Sunday and -Monday. Several teams are this week a work hauling the corrugated culvert pilling-, which has been piled on the siding here, out to the construction work on the Stirling-U'eyhurn lin Several loads of culvert limber has also arrived and this, too. is being taken out and put into place. II. B. Kennedy, student missionary, en route to a field -east of Warner, as- sisted Mr. Tait in service on Sunday last. -Mr. Tait announced that next Sunday Rev.: -Mr. Toombs would he present and begin his pulpit ministry at Stirling. li. A. Davis is making extensive Improvements on his restaurant and fruit store, lie is this week finishing up the carpenter work In connection with his. soda fountain, which when completed will be one of the nicest J. south of Lethbridge I now being put in, and a little grading being done to (ill in around them: Mr. Sullivan is now working en his second mile. The Ladies' Aid Society and adher- ents generally of the church at Stir- ling have arranged for a reception to be given in honor of the coming of the new Presbyterian minister, Rev. H. AV. Toombs and his family. The reception is to be hi'kl the Prairie Qneeti hotel which has been kindly put at the disposal of the church by Mr .and Mrs. Fisher. A'musical program has been prepared and re- freshments will be served. The affair will begin at S o'clock, and all the friends ei the church or those inter- ested in church work are asked to attend. A party of surveyors are at work' measuring up the old A. H. and I. ystem so that the C. P. R. may have definite knowledge as to what they lave recelved'in the deal which was ecently effected with this company, 'he party is ihrcharge of Mr. Watson, student of :the School of Practical cience of Toronto. Out. The-new train connection on the oki A. i. system obviates the necessity of travellers northbound from Great, Fjlb; having to lay ove at. Stirling to jmake connections for the train.southbound on the Ca-rdstoi branch. change will make con Walter Pettifor was at Lathbridge i siderable difference to the hotel bus on Saturday as a a court case against a Stiriirigi young man which has become somewhat compli- cated. His brother Ernest was here from Magrath to relieve him during his absence. Coairastor Sttllivsn, !iss. .lie first five miles of Stirling-Wey- burn line running from Stirling east has entirely finished the first mile anu it presents a fine appearance in its finished shape. The culverts-are Pioneer Harness Shop Ready-Made Harness and Har- _neE5 Parts. Repairing a specialty. All work guaranteed. International Stock Food and .Horse Medicine. E.SCIIAFFEE STIRLING ALBERTA ness Stirling, as these travellers winnow not, need accommodation for the night in making this trip. The station platform at 1S.-S now pre- sents a busy appearance. The trains connect, here and there is quite a iiiiaiiB ami in the transfer baggage and passengers from <__ train .to another. On the. whole th new arrangement provides a very ei cellent service .and will be an advan tage to the town on both lines PLAYED TENNIS ON THE HOLIDAY B. A. Perkins Son We have opened a blacksmith shop opposite Citizen's Lumber yard and are prepared to do a GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIR BUSINESS Plow Pointing and Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, Alta. MINERS THREATEN TO BREAK RANKS SORE OVER ELECTION PROPOSE TO JOIN INDUSTRIAL WORK ERS OF THE WORLD Pittsburg, June likelihood of many local miners breaking awaj from the United .Mine Workers of Am- j erica and the American Federation of Labor, and becoming affiliated with 'the Industrial Workers of the World, presented in the Plttsburx dis- i as a result of internal troubles. Insurgent miners, who claim the re- cent election of Francis Fecban, as j preildent of District Xo. 5, J brought about by fraud, met iii con- vention They were refused i the use of the Labor Temple, and se- I cured another hall. Although every local union had received instructions from International -President John P. White, not to send delegates, at to- day's convention 75 delegates, repre- senting 115 local unions attended, out of HO local unions in the Pittsbur" district. Several speakers urged going over lo ihe I. W. W., but ilia decision was deferred for the present, A commit- lee was appointed lo invite the inter- nal committee, investigalins the al- leged frauds lo appear before the convention tomorrow. .Michael Haiapy, leader of thc in- surgents, whom Koehan defeated for president, was a witness before the international committee today. REMARKABLE LADY PASSED AWAY LADY SYKES, AUTHOR, JOURNA- LIST, NUHSE AND BRILLIANT SOCIETY LEADER London, .lime death is an- louncetl of Lady Sykcs, wife or Sir Jin it eight sets of players took part. TUlton Syki-s, whom she married in Miss Hillier and Leland Molman won [187-i when she was 18 years of age. inoni .Miss Delia -I'assoy and Mr. Wil- I.ady .Sykcs had a remarkable career, fi's'd Hr.indley, the score being (i-2, was a brilliant society leader, .Miss Drlla Passey and Mr. Wilfred -ind an authoress and editor of a liran.iley lost to Miss Oler and ilr. newspaper. She was a hospital nurse Harold Hrandlcy by a score of fi-2 Africa ilurim .Stirling, June inorn'M of the Iving's birthday broke line airl clear, ami it was not til! llu noon that an adverse wind to [blow. This, however, did not deier the young- people of [mm gathering together in their first an- nual tournament in coiiiinctiou wtn the Tennis of thi.< ;ilwi. 'I he tournament was liy I'rinci- jpal Tancock of the public school al.ll it eight sets of players took part. (he auspices of the Women's Reliei this completed what Society, and proved to hr: a very interesting for the people of .Stirling. FARMERS HOUSE J. SCHAFFER LOST HOUSE AND ALL' DAY- TON DOINGS New Daytou, June j. Selmffer had his house and contents destroy-! ed by tire on .Monday of last week. Mr. Schaffer is a farmer living eight nill-Bs east of New Dayton, and on the day mentioned came into his house to put. on a lire with 10 make dinner. After starting the lire he went put to do some work in the yard, and when he returned he found it had burned up too strongly, and bad a large hole burned in thc wall. Nothing could be done to save the house nor. the contents, and every thing was totally destroyed. .Mr. Schaffer has a homestead, and keen sympathy is -felt for him in his loss at this1 time. C. .McLennan, who is succeeding 0. A. IMcCullough in L. B. Duncan's store began his duties on Monday. New Dayton people are already re- cognizing the convenience in having station agent at this, point. Mr. -Morgan, ihe new agent, is proving himself a capable'man, and New Day- ton shippers and travellers are thor otlghly satisfied. -Mr. and .Mrs. A. M. Steed left on j Monday for Utah where they will i spend the next several weeks visiting! friends. Miss Perkins of the public school teaching staff, was a visitor to her home on Saturday and Sunday, return- ins: on Monday. j on Monday June 3rd, a son. U has! bicn suggested by friends that the j little boy be called George out of; res.ivi-t to the King, since thoir birth-i .ly? rome on the same day. i .Tames Peat, of Lethbridge, brother of '.Mrs. G. C. .McDonald, accompanied by Mrs. Peat, were visitors at the McDonald home on Saturday, Sunday 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, work of a newspaper done: For advertising rates apply to the Southern Repre- sentative. Herald Publishing Co. Unexcelled Accoimnod lie Trai cling PuIJlic NEW DAYTON 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 Poit Office by a score of Miss and Klnier NEVADA SENATOR SERIOUSLY ILL Washington. D.O., Juno .S. Dixon. Nevada, is dangerously ill in hospital here, with an attack of meningitis. Senator N'lxon Gubmltled to an oporation for a catarrahal lob. Etrnction Thurallay! Spinal men- ingltlt subsequently developed. Spec- lallstB from Baltimore wore hasUly Biimnioned. .Spackmai; losi a love game to 1'crkins and Mr. Tancock j Miss liol- man ami Mr. Victor won from Miss Taylor and Mr. Louis j Hrandlry a very well contcst.ed score standing 7-li in the second i round Aiiss N'olson and Mr. Albert JBrandli'.y won fron. Miss Ilillicr and' I Mr. Dolman .6-1 and Miss Oler and I Mr. Harold Hranrilcy I'asspy" ami Mr. Wilfred lirandlcy (H. .Miss Perkins and Mr. Tancock easily from .Miss K. Hrandlry and Mr. B. Kpackmaii, the score bring (i-I Miss Holnian and Mr. .Sp'ackman lost to Miss Taylor And Mr. liratidlei-Tn a score of ii-7. In the third ryiiiiil of play Miss Oler and Mr. Harold flrandlfv won from Miss Ilillicr and Mr. I.elaml Holnian in a score of 8-1; .Miss Taylor and .Mr. Louis Urandlcy won from Miss Perkins and Mr. Tan- cock, Hie score lining li-'i, and in thu final same Miss Taylor and Mr. Louis liranilloy won from Mis.s Oler anil Mr. Harold Bi-andlcy in a score of fl-3. In (lif evening a dance and supper was held in meeting house under the war. She was formerly Miss Christina Cavet. dish Hnnlinck, daughter of the High Hon. (.jeorge Augustus Cavendish Hei tlnck. FRANKLIN'S STORY WAS UNSHAKEN Los Angeles, June cross-examination of Bert 'II. .Frank Mil, In the trial of Clarence S. Darrow for alleged jury-bribing, was expected to come to an end some time during the day's session of the trial, and clea-i the way for the introduction of other evidence by the prosecution. Although the defence has professed itself well pleased with thc 'number of points -brought ot buy its examina- tion of one of the u-it- nesscs, the essential story, told on di- rect examination by not been materially changed as a result of the attack of the defence. 1 DIED IN VANCOUVER Kbenezer Woolridge, formerly of li dead in Vancouver, day and Monday. John Peat, of Petrolia, who has been visiting at Lethbridge ind New Dayton, also spent the week end with his sister here. New Dayton had the distinction of! lousing three ecclesiastical visitors' vithin her boundaries on Friday; night of last week. Rev. Ray, Holmes: nd Turney were all guests on Friday j ight at the home of W. H. Oorrii. j The ministers left again on Saturday j night for Lelhbrldge. I Inspector McKerricher, of Leth-i brklge, paid an onlcinl visit to New Dayton school on Friday, and after, ward drove to Tyreil's Lake for an inspection there. At Tyroil's Lake lie found the school closed owing to the serious illness o-r Miss Alakavish's father at Raymond. It is understood that arrangements have been made for Miss Alakavish's return to finish out the term. In any case Ihe school will be opened again as socn as a teacher can be secured. It is said that the inspector gave .Mr. Hiches of the New Dayton school' a very excel- lent report. .Mr. niches is devoting a great deal of his time and energy I to his school work here, and the siic-'j cess he is meeting wllh in his work! is only just reward for what he i putting into it. Alex Dnnbar, who has been i charge of the Farmer's Lumber Yar. at .Yew Oaylon for the past severa months, is to leave this week for Ca; gary where he is to continue his won as a lumber salesman. Mr. Dunha be missed by the younger fcicmcn of New Dayton's population. Tile following were New out of town visitors since last Issue: Mrs. A. Mnynard lo Warner; G. II, Morelnnd, Geo. Morcland and Mr Inrrisoh to Lethbridge; C. T. Cousins o Raymond. Visitors to New Dayton vere as follows; School Inspector Mc-