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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta nrr; LETinuunttE DAILY HERALD S.j JIILLEH Manager 0. II. UKGUMili Sucre UivyTrensure Stirling Realty Co. Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town OOJ .SPECIALS Lots 32. :iD. 37, 20, Fivsl avenue, Imiis OMSV. These lots ,-ulvfliicc cent, in price wilhiii .tin' next lliirly ilnys. Now lime lo in- vest in Rlirliuir Ksiulc. ILilf Mei'lion Xd I Fynn and one- Jialf miles from i-lovainr, 825.00 [KT acre: to Loan On Innji.' or small (hvdliiiirs .and Imsiiic's.s propei'iies. Whv rcnl 15uil.il a homo. List vojir property us aikhVcil the best possible vcMinis. DrugStore Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Theodore Braridley Dealer in Boots niul Shoes Dry Goods Groceries Etc.; The Pioneer Store of Stirling Best s'oods at lowest possible prices, and courteous treatment to all, is our policy. Stirling, Alta. A. E. Fawns Ag'eiit for Dcering Harvester Machinery Emerson Plows Sawyev Mnssey Hossier Press Drills Stirling, Alta. Pioneer Harness .Shop Ready-Made Harness and Har- 'ness Hepairing a specialty. All work guaranteed. Iniernational Stock Food and. Horse Medicine. E. SCHAFFEIJ STIRLING ALBERTA B. A. Perkins Son We linve-opcned a blacksmith sliop opposite Citizen's Lumber yard and are prepared to do GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIR, BUSINESS Plow Pointing and Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, Alta. --HELLO" GIRLS MUST NOT DON DIAMONDS But Spokane Office Permits Peek-a- Boo Waists and Dainty Lingerie Spokiine, June Llie trii Union company of New York lia.s liosied bullet ins demanding lliai ali girls employed reFrain from doniiiiig pcfik-a-ljoo with short, sleeves, Fred Spoeri, coinmercinl uiantigcr of the Paciflo States Telephone com- announred Inst, .nlghi lhat the Spokane girls need nol -fear Kiicli hfireh inensnies jmil said wiiything- wliicli iloed iinl loolr "spur- iy" will be Lolcraicd among local A cry of Jiidigimiiun worn ihroiigh Tor Feverish Colds If your-dealer cannot, siippiy you, Ihe J. L. 'Mallilcii Co., Stierbrooke, P. Q., sends box postpaid on receipt of j the Western Union officea fast iveok j when ilie nolice from the tralRc aup- j cHiUG'ndeni posted, annonnciiig that girls who handle the 'wires musl Muar plain sliirhvfllsls wild mader- 1 ately niph ailjuHlabie collars ami -sleeves Lliai extend below [lie elbows. .No explanation wns given and no one hns been able to flgurn out jusi what .connccMuu walsl.s have with poor jihone or telegraph aer- vice. "Ol ronrse we give girls in- struction in (he training schools which is intended to snide I hem in this hut .ive are hardly HO as the York said Jlr. Spoeri. "Tf a girl has old dresa thai slie >vlshcs lo wear oni in tho ofllt-c I see no reason why she should not wear 11, even If Ihu sleeves might be a Illtle short or iht iiuch loo much abbreviated. "The I'acr la we will not make any coniiilnlnl so long us a glrl'a display of Jewelry or finery dors not Inierfcre with the service. If a Eirl were lo come around (q I olliru loygcd 'out In diamonds we, would suspect thai she vraa nol Juai' class tlmt we rarod 'c wnploy. have ho nhjecilons, howpver, to Jewelry or any rcaBOn- nnlo style of drcaa RO long as ll'dous no i give a 'aiiori.V apimarnnrn, which mlRlil Dingle :i g'rl out aa being-of qncallonablc CANADIAN NORTHERN Rumors as to Plans for the South Country i News j Stirling, June seem that railway development in the country i east of Stirling were noiv almost au j assured fact. Not only is ihe Stirling- 1 line now course of construction, but iu all interview which the Herald southern repTesoiu- ativp had with [he superintendent of si-eel for ilie C. ,V H.. assurance was given that ne.u year the Alaryileld- Lctlibrldfe branch ol tlie C. N.. II. would lie started -ifam RadvHle, iu Saskatchewan, to Lethbridge. Tlie !present .'survey 01 ibis road runs 'a-e- iween the Stlrl burn line o[ the C. P. 71. ami the. A. tt. and 1. main line, to Coults, beginning ai a point 25 -miles easr of Warner and passes nor til- th rough section 15 in range 5, section Hi in rnnge li, aiid In range 7, bringing, tbe line at the present, time -wiihin live miles of Stirliiii; on the north cast. With, ihe develop- ment now in progress at the "Junction and the large passenger truf- tic will be passing through Stjr- llnff on ilie .completion of the C. P, H. j cut. ofE frnnrSHrling to Pinchsr'C j U would seem tliai ihe Canadian Xqr- them would wish to .have their line run into Stirling in order tliat they may shitre a part of Ibis traffic east and west of their land running nonli and south and east and 'west. The Herald is able to pive out the infor- maiion .from iJiis reliable source iluil .summer this .Ivors'will begin, and will probably be don-e from llie j Stirling orLelhbridge end 6C road. It is-reported that Alex Ericson, of Raymond, has sold bis 1-1-1 acres oE land in section 30, which adjoins the townslte'on the west, to a..Winnipeg syndicate of which Henry.Mursden of Cafinangay is at the .bead. This piece of land has been subdivided be- fore into ten acre lots, but'was never put on the market It is reported that' Mr. ErJcfcn has received for ihe, land 1 something in the neighborhood oE I nn acre. An effort is being made by [.he S1ib- I1 scribera of the Herald in Stirling j Lave sonic arrangement Hind's by, which ,thc paper Jimy be distrlhm lo llie subscribers on ihe nay or nub llcntiou. The 41111 ucr hns been takei up by several of ihe cltizeiis with Tail, the southern reprcsentatlv, jiutl an effon Is bclns 10 liaVl Ihe papers expressed and distributed or to ask the. department, for a news gaper sack, on Ihe evening truiu. Several Stirling farmers are prepai ing for the worst In the nmiier o moisture. If Ihe worst should come this season. On several farms soml and west of town new ditcbes are be ing made throuRb (be prnin fields, so ttiut If hecesBiu-y irrigation water maj be turned on the land. .Nothing HS ye is suffering, bni it-will only be a mat ler of 'a few days till rain "will be necessary. Frank .Budd Has', been very iil din- ing the last week and on Thurs-daj hist- they found it necessnry to seui for Dr. Keillor. Mr.. Budd is suffering from mmor illnesses such ns rhcn in iit is in aiid nenraigia, but the reports that soon be wel again. Bel. l-'oley I3ros., railroad contractors, was Ui -Stirlins on Tours day and reuorts work progressing fa- vorably on ihe'Stming-AVeybuni line Weather -favorable to railroad work" and none 'of the con- tractors have to of in the way of 'Inip-edlmeiit to their work. ..Tt would be no tr.ouble to rent sev eral houses.if they- were available. It seems a .pity Uiat something cqnld HOL be done to provide better living accommodation for people who to. Jive in lown .and work land that -is near. Even.the rooms above the pool ball have 'been brought into re- quisition. A gasoline plow.Is at work on (be farm of Ma swell and Ross. Adjoining the town on the.north or; this farm this year there 'nrlll be 300 acres in and Hie remainder of the broken land, some 2-JO acres, will lie sumiuer fallowed. It. M Watson "was a visitor in Ray'. niond Ibis, week and took part in the program at the. reception given Lo Rev. Toomba ai "The Sugur on Wednesday nighr. A Mickelson js building a house on his ranch 15 miles east of Stirling. -Air, and Mrs. were visitors SPREADING THE GOOD NEWS Prominent Ontario Man Recommends Gin Pills For The Kidneys to Lelhbridgc this returning on Tliursdiiy nlglii. G. Selnian lias appointed registrar of deaths anil marriages, us successor to C. D. Fox. Roxie Rudeback and hur IPV. Mrs. Frcrt Burton, tet'i on Thurs- day morning for Salt Lnkc City where they will Crenel a .liolulay. TO ENTERTAIN CONGRESS OFFICIALS MAGRATH BOARD OF TRADE AR- RANGE IMPORTANT FUNC. TION FOR: THURSDAY Milgralh, June a lueeiine.ot the .Marram Board of Trade last even- Ing it was entertain Mr.- and Mrs. John T. iinrns ol Ilie-Orj- Fanuine Congress; E. A. Cunlihigliniii president of the Letlibritlsa lloiinl of Trade; J: of tlie Dry Farming Congress, and several other dlsllngiiialieil nexl Thursday night. Addresses will ileHvered by the visitors and the occasion prom-, ises to he n most, pleasant anil irroflt: able one. The Boanl of Trade is very fortunate, iu lieinp- aule to set -Mr. Burns out at. this busy season. (L'O ;ic ITS o-ood I'iinn Itiiid. 1 milo from Wil- Siding; 10. miles' Lelli bridge nl-res in Ala 111 nsj Jiarlcv. Found nt genuine cure for Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Mr. Bauer knows about it. Mr Simpson knows about it. And they are telliiig nil their friends and ucighbors what Gin Pills did forthciu. Here is Mr. Bauer's Idler. Study it. DAVISVILLK, ONT. "I had trouble with my Kidneys and Bladder so I got a sample of GIN PILLS and fallowed directions. I felt belter alter tlie first ilosc and I kept taking (hem for a month. One dayt Mr. Sinipson of this town Void me flbout the trouble he bad with bis kidneys, and I recommended him to try GIN PILLS, nnd gave him oiia lo iakc. The next lie bought sonic for himself, and both he nnd his wife have derived great bciicfit from Ihcm." HERBERT II; DAUHR, TJvcrj mail who has any Kidney Trouble or suffers uiLli Rlieuuintism should do just as MR. BAUKR GIN cure himself, as MR. BAUIiR did. Yon sec, GIN-PILLS do cure Kidney and Bladder Troubles." Gin Pills ease the pain in llie back and slop those sharp, spooling pains. Gin Tills give strenglh loiveak kidneys, soollie the irritated bladder and correct inconlinence and supprcssioii of urine. You don't Jiave to Lite our word for alt this, or even buy Gill Pjllg before trying them. for free sample sec how pood then buy the regular size boxes your 5oc, or six Iraxti Wrlle for Ihe free sample. National JJnig find Clicniicnl Co. of Caimda Limited, Dcpt, A 1) Toronto. NATIONAL LAZY LIVCR PILLS sweeten the stomach, help dilution, e bowcli itir up Livtt. box. .NEW. N'ew Dnyion, .lime I.ns- combe led on Thiirsday on a business! trip to. Grassy .Airs. .7.'B. Greeno was a visitor to I ayjuonil on .Friday last. JjrB. Wm. Nate, of Tyrell's Lake, has been quite ill anil on Thursday ii was necessary Dr." K. A'." Keillor. i Geo. Whitsel was a-.LetUbridse visit-', or on Monday of this week! B. H- Greeno was visitor on Monday. j Clias. Laflerty, who has Deeii visit-! ng in Nen- Dayton for llie iiasL few days. left on Thursday liisQt forf "Monarch. Mrs. Win. IngaMs, of I.ellibriclge, Is. itiU visiting at the j .Mrs. J. Peat, who has been visiting Mrs. G. C. MtDonalil." Itit tor lier tome in Lclhhrldgc on Tucsdny. Jlrs. G. C. McDonnlcl and k'ere visitors this week. "hey ivill relnrn on .Monday. Agent Block, of Llie Oliver Co.. j In town on Friday, Interesting the; armors or the district In his ;ry. I H. Sanshiirg, John Delay, H. McKay B. Bnrril, of Letlibridge; J. L. Keefj md Roht. BlaVe of Blalievllle, and .H.l iurray, of Lethbrldge, were visitors New Dayton yesterday. Two.large farm managers, II. B Dhnsfon of llie Iowa Alberta, lid H. E. Goldsworihy. of the Alheria j ,'heat Growers, at Wells Siding, were! IsHors to N'ew Dayton on Thiirsnuy Miss Daisy Greeno returned on I Thursday from Goddard. Alta., where j she'has been spending the past three j Dayton are glad to welcome her hack. HUNTING DIAMONDS IN BLEAK UNGAVA ;''.Pan'n fencocl ;uid luis ti'ood wn. plr: (ji-IO.OO Terms an acre down; -S5.00 fin acre fall of linlaiii-e iii i-vop' payments with (J per cent ink-rest.1 furllier partj'cnliirs; apply lo. W. McD Tait JiAVJIOXl) ALI5EKTA Ollci's Unexcelled AccoiiiiiiiHliiUon For the Ti'iivcling Public The Junctioi! Town" This Is For Trade JfiO iicres, 6. miles from .tow.n scliool at-voss Uic 80 iiorcsnindev cnltivnlion; and IiiiiMi-j-ixH. fenced. .will, trade for. horses or c-aUle. 1'rice [icr iiwe. Cousins Whitsel Land Co. Nexv Dayton, Alta. L. B. Duncan Dry. Goods Shell am! llii Groceries Piiiiils nnd Oils A FRIEND IN HCCO. Ottawa Party Going In by Moose Riv- er York Interested Nurlh Hay, June Tliuvsilny morning u prospecting passed through North' Day en route tor Un- gava, where one of Ili-e parly is said lo have previously uncovered rich dia- mond deposits and brought out sam- ples of genuine sparklers. The party j a syndicate organized in .Montreal find Ottawa, hy Joseph Grant of OUown, nh experienced pn.lhnndcr ari'l prospeclor of the north country, who Timdc the oilgiiml discovery. He Is accompanied on his Journey north by J. Huberts of Ottawa and J. ,J. Cunimlnga of Montreal, and the en- lire parly will-consist of s-cvon while men and four Indians, carrying four tons fff supplies, nnd will go lo Ooch- raiie and proceed to Tngava, via Fred- crick House and Mouse Illver to Moose Knctory, where a llmlson Hay srnnncT will lie nwnllliiK Iho party, .will be conveyed to It n perl! IIoiiBo and thence to cnaL Main river, which Is In tho vlcInUy oC the