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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTltKKUHiK DAILY HERALD "THE JUNCTION TOWN" M. U MILLWli Aluuugcr O. II. DBCJISNISK SecrotaryTroasuror Stirling Realty Co. Alta. The Junction Town OUirSPECIALS Lots 32, 33, 34, 35, 30, "37, 38, Block 20, First iiveiinc, cadi terms easy. Those lots will advance 50 per cent, in price within the next thirty clays. Jfow is the time to in- vest in Stirling Real Estate. Hall'Se.ction Ivo 1 Farm land, two and one- liall! .miles from "eleva'tWj per acre; easy, tennis. to Loan On -largo or small dwellings and properties.. Why pay List your property with, ns Ijest possible returns.'. Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Theodore BraridJey Dcaleivin Boots and Shoes Goods Groceries 'The Pioneer Store of Stirltnfl atj.J.OTV'est. -courteous, treatment, to policy. Stirling, Alta. A. E. Agent for Peering Harvester Emerson Plows Tuclkope Massey Engines Separators Hossier Press Drills Stirling, i i'ioneei1 Harness Shop i Ready-JIade Harness and Har-! Parts. -j a specialty. j All work guaranteed., [nternatlohar Stock Food and Horse Medici no, 1 i S STIRLING' :L- ALBERTA A. Perkins Son have opened a shop opposite Citizen's' "IJiimber yard and are prepared to do a GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND BUSINESS Plow Pointing. and Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, Alta. WARNER Warner, June Is coming to be a very .important point in so far'as the implement trailc oC the country Is con- cerned. No less than. 32 Ideaiers in: farm iiliichihery.-ap'art from. thcirrlocal Were Jin' town 'one jSayUUs week. These Implement-men, db'npt .visit tiic town pleasure, .and It :Is'iin assured fact that their presence ,of good business. Item appearing the Warner news of The Herald' a. few days ago it would ;scem .Warner was an un- pafnted town. In a. town'of. five years old this might be expected, but the fact is that Warner homes are all' iieat and the majority nro model buildings and painted, and niany of them are complete'with ev- ery up-to-date nccoirimodatlon, .-such aa baths, etc. 'Collectors- for the' several implement companies have Informed The Herald that collections In the-vicinity'of Warner'are belter than those In most of tho dis- tricts which httve.been visited, and i of the collectors told The" Herald this week that no district south of Lethhrldge had ''come through" to the same' extent 03 Warner in the collection he had made. When you buy matches" ask., for THEY A TRUE- SAnpJV BASE Sl'u'ENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. Eiidy's MatclieB fcave sat. fsfled Cnn.-idlaiH! since no others E. B. Eddy Company. Hull, Canada LANGLOIS ON THREATENED BAN EDITOR OF LE PAYS ON EDUCA- TION IN TiONS ARE SERIOUS Montreal, Juno 10.--A. good deal of interest la taken, especially .by. the English-speaking people, in tlie threat made by Archbishop Bruchesi to put Le Pays under the ban. On every side people were loud In their condemna- tion of the Archbishop's action, and designated it as the most intolerent piece of clerical domination ever at- tempted in Canada. Simply because. Mr. Godfrey Langlois, the editor of Le Pays, has been an advocate, in season and out of season, for tree aiid com- pulsory education, the Archbishop has seen fit to threaten his paper with ex- tinction. Mr. Langlois Surprised In an- interview ex- pressed bis great surprise at Ihe ihreateaed action of the Archbishop. "We have never during .the two and a half.years that the paper has existence uttered a single word agajusj, have simply dealt with educational'question's and' emphasized over and over again the necessity of laving our boys and girls in the prov- nee given :i'common school "education. We have also 'protested against the very, supreme egotism of the'National- ists' and' others, who seek to glorify Ihe'SvonderfuI qualities'of Mean Bap- title.''They represent the French-Can- being tlie'-mosl intelligent, the freest nii'd people ri the world, when as a'matter of flict .here are few' peoples more downtrod- den and illiterate -than a large propor- .ion of the French oi! this province. We have 'talked very plainly to the French-Canadians about their.material about1 the necessity of their educating aiid .training themselves to take V larger'share in the industrial rind commercial progress ..of the-Dominion, but we declared Mr.' Laugiois, emphatically, "Interfered in any. shape or .form 'with religious questions. H seems hardly right that we should be interdicted because we. have appealed and asked for a better chance for the illiterate of the prov- ince. "According to the census o'f 1001, there were over people in the j Province of Quebec who were unable to read or write. There are today over children in the province" who have "never gone to school. The aver- age pay for our female teachers in the public schools is only as Com- pared with for Ontario 'fimaje teachers. Even at that, the pay of the" Quebec teachers lias been almost doubled in the past few years. Ill this province we -have but 522 Nornial school teachers, while Ontario lias Because we havev championed the cause of these little child- ren who .have, never gone to school, and of thousands of others who are almost as illiterate, Ardibjsjioir Bru- hesi has seen fit lo threaten us with an interdict. This is .certainly not con- (istent with British fair play or with the religious tolerance which we should expect in the 20th century in a British conn-try." Mr. Godfrey editor of Le a member of Ihfi local house CELEBRATION AT JUNCTION TOW STIRLING W1LL.HAVE A JOLLIF CATION ON THE DOMINION'S BIRTHDAY SUrllne. June tllfTerenf con mktccs for the Dominion Day celcbrutt triotfc addresses given.' .Mrs. A. Kuwnes' la chairman of'tlilH -commute ind no stone-will be left" unturned In mal ing- It u. success. Miss I-'ffa, Kobertson, leacher of thu pr mary department tlie public schoo received on Fridny :-an urgent cull fro her home In .'Wdsley, Ont., amioiincit the serious Illness of a nicc-e, and left Ii the Ease Saturdays-accompanied by h sister, 'MissMlobertsor, 'of H understood that Alias -Robertson is not next term. Her depar men! was this week aa tl board llunight jt'wasflnot worth while secure a substitute'' for the remainin week of ihe terln. should, W.made to open up il road leading from" 7ne station' along tl east side of the ClPJil triiclc to coririe with the piece 'of-'road'leading, from Stli ing to a. poin't west' of" H..It. 'Patterson' This would obviate ihe necessity of liau Ing the longer on the. squa Into town dtiti'acroMt liie tracks again ihe left from thu .station. This'would gl' lave born fruit for several years. OIc SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST UNDERTAKER Winnipeg, June McCoIliim was arrested yesterday on the charge of. harboring two dead bodies In his undertaking establishment, for which ia liable to receive ten years' on conviction. The establishment was closed up ten days ago andt sold by bailiffs. Hoth bodies were decom- posed. Ho was remanded in" the, police court this morning. PIONEER DEAD David plllliigor. a pioneer .of JSra- mosa townabip, 10. dead, ngcd 75, however, state that the iree? ru, fruit on this sen son than evci iBforo. 'They have ;i splendid the wind and there is o believe they will mature successfully. J. It. Hide, another old resident of Ma- grath, also ,hns u number of mogniliccnt .pp'le trees. These were also covered will inff fruit in ihe formative stage of their trowth and -Mr. Hfrle says that there is no question about a large portion of them other fannera.aiiil aur- dcncra In Mngrath :irc successfully nils- Ing npplcs and they report that their trees arc doing well this year, which goes to disprove .the theory, which is.entertained that apples cannot be produced on account of the inadaptability of the country and Ihe unfavorable clinifltlc conditions, tflnnvberry'crops arc also be- ing picked, and the farmers state they are unusually heavy this season. LEFT CHILD WITH INDIANS. George Hest. of PcrJ. Stanley is charged wilh. neglecting his H-ycar-old girl, 'ivlioin ho a tamliy ,of Indlsuia, NEW DAYTON WELCOMED PASTOR NICE RECEPTION. 'HAS BE-EN-WORKING VERY 'ZEALOUSLY Dayton. June proved to be.a.very enjoyable entertainment was the reception "given by the' Presbyterian church Thursday hlgh't of this week lo Ker. H. the newly Inducted rnlnlstfy, and lira Toomba. The church was nicely furnished with hoino furniture and dainty tables spread. The ladles' Aid had In hand and their splendid ability in managing an af- fair of this sort was clearly shown. The program-opened with an address o( wel- come given by H. W. Hlsfngcr In which the speaker spoke kindly of the coming of.Mr. Toombs to and tlie' prospect ot his work at this point. In his reply Mr. Toombs said that he was pleased with the reception that he had re- ceived, not only at New also at'other points on the field. He referred to the kindness of the people of the and his finding the' conditions of affairs here very much more favorable than that whicli he had-anticipated on leaving the Hist. y The'.. musical, jlortlon of the prog-ram' w'nB'o'p'ened by piano solo by J. T. McKay, and during1 the evening Mrs. D. 'of Warner-also contributed a musical selection.- _A nice recitation was given by little Hcliaffer "and the remainder of the program consisted of ilos hy'lNey Dayton's known home talent, Mrs. J. T. McKay sang "With Beauty's Mi-s. U. Anderson p "Annie Mrs. A. J. nai'd. Miss Flossie bb' "Love Mi: imcl tlie Is AitnV'f1'JHss'Petirl Whitsel "The Little Mlsa Bone, "The Klight of :S." In middle of. the program mi .niermlaslon was announced for social ntercourse. and at the close of pro- from me refresliments were served by ijie-! Ladies Aid, The. younger' members of: .lie Aid did the serving ami the lunch was a dainty, one .Indeed. At tlie close of the evening's "proceedings Mr. Uislnger an- nounced for the Ladles Aid that the debt on the church pjano, which the ladles j jurchased lust summer, was entirely cleared off, and tlia splendid work whicli lie ladies have done was loudly applaud- j ed. The singing of the National Anthem! closed a very interesting profitable gathering. F, M. "Riches, the principal of New Day- j m .who has been. seriously ill vith reported this week to be inproving1. The friends of Miss Ann Patterson will lie .interested tu hear of her marriage Saturday week at Medicine Hat o W. II. Prior of.Vernon, B.C. It will be emembered that Miss Patterson left for Vcrnon last fall where she entered tlie lomorial hospital as nurse In training. Cupid got busy and persuaded Miss Pat- erson lo give up nursing for house-keeri- ig and her friends at New Dayton wi'li 11 wiah for her the greatest happlnes osslblc during her wedded life. Miss 3attersonia u sister of Mra. Win. Scott, .'1th whom she WHS living for some time rcvlous to her golhg-tp 'Vernon. The biacksmltiiy, which WHS rei-'ciiily ulll by A. Bjorge opposite the Citizens' jumber Yard'and leased to A. B. E Son has been moved to tlie street op- oslte the Palace Livery and Feed Stable ,'here C. W. Harris has taken It over and operate it. New machinery It is un- crstood, is to be installed nnd the shop ut In first-class shape for all work that blacksmith may he renuircrt to do. Mr, f arris is a practical blacksmith hiui- Qlf and .already his work in (he shop keep hirn busy for several weeks. Mr. and M'rs. D. R. Yates spent two !iys Iliis week In IVew Dayton, suc-its of i [r. and Mrs. A. J. Mnymird. While in1 own Mr. Vatca made a thorough fnspcc- on of the details of the f Becker Yalea at this point, and In iversation with a Herald reprcsenta- e expressed himself as thoroughly sat- ed with the business of'the local yard, nd with .C." T. Cousins, the-, local man- Announcement has been ma tie :irringe of Miss Mary Casey, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Casey, to John Hot of Calgary, the wedding to take Julie 27 at the home of R, K. of'.New -Dayton. Miss Casey s not long been a resident of New Day- Change of Service ncglnnlng Sunday, Jtme 16, service irbc held.-In Presbyterian churches lymond 11 a. ni. 3 m, New Dayton 7.30 p. m. Hnymohtl ami New Dayton pcopto e usked to take ucrte of the chance. MUST BE SOLD BY SATURDAY SIGHT, JUNE 15tll 020 acres; 330 to barley. i mile from Wilson biding. JO miles from Leth- bridgc. Fenced and good Price Terms-to suit-purchaser. Will be taken off ibc market, June loth. For further particulars appj.y to W. McDTait BAYMOND ALBERTA The Prairie Queen Hotel Offers Unexcelled Accommodation For the Traveling -Public Stirling, NEW DAYTON This Is For Trade 160 acres, 6 miles from town -with school across the road: 80 acres under cultivation; small house and h'arn; nil fenced, will trade horscs-or catlle, P-rice per acre. Cousins Whitsel Land Cp. New Dayton, Alta. L. B. Duncan Dry Goods Shelf .and Heavy Hardware Groceries Paints and Oils Boots and Shoes, Steam Fittings American Woven Wire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. Hon, liiit during the time she has been here she made many ft lends ulio regret her anticipated departure for the northern city Messrs. Brown anil .his. .Holmes Lcthbridgc, icprcsontips the sect lino as Plymouth Urctliren, arriyfi'd in N Dayton Wednesday and have hold several mo tings in the school house'. The visitors are the guests of W. H. Oorrll. t-evi Harker of Mnvratli PilBScd tprpugli ow Dayton Tuesdtiy on hifi way'to the shearing cornls on Kipp Cbulfie.. Mar- ker hns r.OOO slicop in that locality and came over to sf.c. how clipping operations were proftrcsstiig. Three cars of sheep were .shipped on Tlnirsdiiy aflci-noon by .f. K, Cliipnmn, nylnir for P. Hums ft Co. of This y-fnr sheep are In excellent shape and (he bunch loaded Thursday lost were a credit to any range. Tlie Taylor Milling ft Ktovjilor Co. sliip- pcd three-earn of'.whcui. to For I .WHIInm week and received two cur louds of coal. A car of coal also came rin. this week for J. Hull, HOTELKEEPER.DEAD Wm. Fnrouhhrsbn, in-oprletbr of .the Queen's Hotel, Walkerton, died suddenly. Men Wanted FOR RAILROAD WORK On Hno east of Stirling. Apply on the. work. Abo will buy good "baled tim- othy or bluo Joint. JOHN TIMOTHY Miybuit Poit Otrict- ;