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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta o H. DKCENEH BocrdtiryTreiuiurer Stirling Realty Co. i Stirling, Alta. "The Junction Town CUE SPECIALS 'liols 3'2, 33, 34; 35J 36, 37, 38, Bldclv 20, avenue, each; terms easy. These lots will a'dvnnce 50 per cent, in price within the next thirty clays. Now is the time to in- in Stirling Heal Estate. Hall' Section No 1 farm land, two and onc- hali miles fiom elevator, 825.00 per acre; easy terms. to Loan On large or small dwellings and business properties. Why pay rent? Build a home. you i, property with us and get the best iis. HILLCREST WAS MUCH ALARMED ij Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries E. Fawns Dealer in TBoots and Shoes for Dry Goods Harvester Hardware, Plows The Pioneer Store of Buggies Best goods at Massey possible prices, Sepaiators courteous Press Drills to all, is our policy. Stirling, Alta. Pioneer Harness Shop Harness and Harness Parts Repairing a work guaranteed International Stock Food and Horse Medicine. E. SCHAFFER STIRLING A. Perkins Son We have opened a blacksmith shop opposite Citizens Lumber yard and are prepared to do a GENERAL BLACK3MITHING AND REPAIR BUSINESS Plow Pointing and Sharpening A Specially Stirling, Alta. PUNCH JOKES OVER; Ul SCRAP London, .Iune'2C Punch, which lias presidential contest a fertile' 'source of tion, publishes another cartoon after Chailes Keen, entitled "flattorm lAmenlties Tlie scene is a railroad jilutform with the "White House- "B't press" on the "of1" departure Hooser'elt, who is unable to travel by the hiwseH is struggling to ent Taft, who is the conductor of io getting aboard. 'aft Is cant so on this 'Replying "Well, if I "can t Punch the following sonnet 16 (Wtjftlwrodj Ing Wm Wat- bon's elt 1 daft, the stentorian, enemy their peace, v Amidst them, obese .Thou towerest Uke if mountain, mas- sive Taft. 55s rouud, fiott'tore aud aft, Thu fateful draw's on slow degrees, 'rhc.ship ia-pooped hj peril ous And wouldst thon steer1, oneo more that giant cralf Perhaps lliou but it by guile. The lot should tall on batefaced The- odore; i- Still shall, thon lie thy nation's mam- moth smile, .Which..makes, the world wonder, Naj tliou tho more" thou aio the cosmos bulge oyerapllt, Thou Americ.usjJ3robb.glan Bill. POLICEMAN IS KILLED BY BEES Change of Service lloqinntng Sunday, 'lune 16, service will be held in Prpgbjterian chllrdres Hnymoufl 11 a. in. Stirling. 3 P Stirling. 3pm Uayton 7 do p. in I ll.mnoml and Now Dayton peoplu to of flic change. OVER THE DISAPPEARANCE OF A LITTLE WAS FOL1ND SAFE AND SOUND llilltri'.t, lunc anxictj was felt in Hillciesl on I'uesdaj as to the whereabouts oi little Tom Bradley, tlie ten son oi Thos si The little Mlow did not go home to sleep on evening and euquiues made elicited the information thai the watchman iijtii fnuml him sleeping in engine shed at -I olelock -on .Tuesday morn- ing and had sent him down the track' towards home. A large party of men scoured the couutrj and fears wcie entertained as lo Ins many thinking he might have fallen in the creek- or the Old Man-' Kiver while wandering around. The search-' VMS had a loagli counln to go ova and when'at noon he had found started out again on a more search, thinking that thcv might hale missed him when the lirsl hastv search was made Before .the searchers returned home from'the second trip, however, the lad was found in a barn 'just outside'town; we are glad to lie .able to state that he seemed none the worse for hiu absence from home. The cai question in tins part of the Pass is gloving appreciably better ever; although there are not nearlj enough cats to supply the demand made Ihe numerous mines through lieie The mines, bow ei ei, are able to get enough to cacrv lliem ou and are not lorced lo shut down completely as thev were for several dajs last A lerj length} period is anticipated next fall, when the question ot car supply will be the "most cutical in the his- toiy of the Unless preparations are. made for a more'generous supply of caib than Hie coal mines in (Al- berta and British Columbia, w'ere ;al; lowed call) tins while the train wat> beint; moved on tbe prai rips, it is absolutely- cjrtam that the imluitrj will be tied up tor an indefinite porioil. A daughter was born lo the wife of Fiank Pearson last The dance held on Monday evening last in ,the. Union-Hall at Hillcrcst was a great% success, mam dancers, coming 01 er from Bellevue, Frank and liunnis Wf belieie lliej' found the well worth the long trip over, many staying until S o'clock tlic next morning The Procter Creek, band .was in attendance, and the .music sup- plied lliese aitiils went a long way towards making (he 'dance the success it was. The weather continues as sultry as eier, not a hieath of air being kit in tins part of tlie Pas-> Although thunder cloiiJs h.-ue been banging around Turtle Mountain for 'sonic days past little relict has topic flom this quaiter, tlic two or three half-minute sbowilrs we bad lusf kins the heal seem more opmcs- STIRLING-LOST ESTIMABLE WOMAN SUDDEN DEATH OF THE MOTHER OF THE C.P.H; ING GOOD ROADS Stirling, June Stirling was sud- denly cast in "'gloom on morning the news of the death of Mrs PotUfor, mother at Walter lime fiomKan- cy slates that a policeman named Cropsal w.ib stung to denth, by heeu 'near Moselle. He 'who 'endeavoring to make ah' nrrest, and as 'the man he WHS after escaped around one side of a nulnbci of hives the policeman hid himself at the other side to Intercept him: _ bees resented tho intrusion and Issuing in hundreds from the hives slung him so bndly that he few hours SAW. A MAN DPOVXN Saskatoon, June she had scop 4. bather In the Saskatchewan near the G T P bridge, sud- denlj throw up Ins1 anm and sink was the statement raported to tnu police jesttivdav b> Mis wile of the numn man of the G al South Saskatoon." A thorough search was made for-lriiees of the body, or for clothing oiV.thc hank, biit thus'far-there has been nothing to confirm tho report. TORY M. P. RAPS'.'PARTY W U Northrnp K C, M P, speak- ing at a Hoard of'liade banquet in Uollevllle, cfitfcizcd Iho Borden ernment for its'iactlou In tho n-ml uueatlou. but it not anticipated thai liiere vas an; thing seriouslj the mattei and on Friday Dr Keillor of Raymond and Nurse Robertson of Calgan pro- nounced her pulse' as quite normal Mr Pettifor retired as usual on Fri day night and on rising went to his mother's loom and found her dead Mis Lane, who had'been attending her fin a few da's, dm ing the Uaj had been in before Mi and bad spread the news lo his friends 'the Petnfoi has been living In Stilling twb jeais, coming here with her husband from Rajmond In February, X911, and biulcej she Has JJeen keeping bouse' for her son, Walter The'de- ceased tady.was.-IS years of age and fed 'by, a MS, C P R agent at Stirling, and Em- est, assistant Magrath To the boys the sjmpaW oE tbo entile community goes out f The tuneral service the re mams of Ihe deceabed lady was held In the Stilling Presbytenoji church last Sunday at which la large >uum ber of friends assonibjed to pav th-en last tribute of iespeq.t to depart ed The He% Mr Toombs conducted the and interment was made the Stilling cemetery The pal1 bearers were Messib Paucett, Fish ei Watson, Mtllei, L'oclcis and Jet! rey. Ploughing'Fireguard Teams are busy ploughing the Stir [ing end ot the Siirlmg-Wejburn me guard The camn is pitched puh a short distance liorn town and the work on the noith side ot tbo road !s hnished Tins woik is part of the gontiaU of John Timothy the gen oral contractoi foi the entire line DaMd Reid, one ot themen from the" government load maVmg camp east of-Stirling went to Lethbndge on Saturday suffering cons.Jerahle pain as a resutl ol an insect getting into his eai Tieatment by a spec, illlst relieveo the pain and Mr Reid has returned to bin woik Wm was in Lethbridse last week Identitjii'S Robert Clarke, the fellow who is being held for the rob lierj of the Stirling post office Clark stayed at the Prairie Queen Hotel the night before Ibo lobben took .place and disappeaied suddenh THs scheme of stamping the Stirling ord ers with the Monarch stamp put the allthoiities entirely Q? thp track Making New Roadi- The government road making parij under Mi Reid of E AmsworUi's de parlmsnt is domfe work about eigh teen miles east of Stirling and three miles south ot the new lailwa; line Theie is a good deal ot work to be done In this district in the way of bridges, giades, etc Sam Feebei has had ftlteiations made to the inteiioi of bis s'ore at fcurling which will admit room, for drj good1? being added to the stock now carried The icsUuiant busi- ness has been closed and the poition of the building needed foi this pill pose ls> now shelved and n counter added. It it Jli Feeber's puipobe to carry a full line o! general dry goods This business Is one that has Brown with the town, and Mr. Feeber'is to bo congratulated oil Ills euteriulso. 1st of July Celebration me cclebiation of tbo Junction Town of July 1st will undoubtedly eclipse any effort, which has been made'in this direction sjnce Iho town started. All commiMpes are bending every d'tort to mako the .day a successful one, and their labor most rtkeh lie crowned with success Some splendid sports, will be carried out and a patriotic service will Ire Icld la lie Latter Baj Saints mctt- DAIRY INDUSTRY .FLOURISHING CardstoM, Tune one vnpntti recently was paid out M the. Cardston creamery association for but- ter fat, this being at the fate of JO cents "Pet pound file nting of the Cardston pio duct as> compared with that of neighboring dlstilcts is mdi cated bv the pimatl ing "prices" in 'those' districts for the around 26 arid 27 cents. An is uowr'being .placed at the .service the .creamery association hj the C P B, the nlan .being to have .the car at the local siding each Wednes day morning Under this ar- langement butter will go straight thiough to British Columbia points tians- fer at Lethlmdge as hitherto. The future of the dairy in dustiy in the Cardston dh, trlct is now said to be assui ed. ing house m the morning It Is peeled lhat a, will be In attendance notwithstanding the big celebration which will take place in on that day BY SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE loth" G20 acres; 330 to barley. 1 mile irom Wilson Sicliug. LO juiles'lrom Lethr Ponced and good water Price Terms to .suit purchaser. _ Will taken off tlic market, Juno 15th. For f lU'tliu. pariieuliirs apply to, W.McDTait HAYMOiND ALBERTA Prairie Queen Hotel Stirling, Alberta Offers Unexcelled Accommodation1 Foi' tlie Tmveling Public "The Junction NEW DAYTON New June and Mis D McMillan of "Warner spent Sundaj m New Dayton the bouse guests otj Mi ami Mrs Tifajnard J T HoWngei Ti of Welling was; in town on Monday enroute toi sheep coriais on Kipp Coulee. Mr Caller of Toronto, ,a wool buv- ei, aimed in Xew Daytou on Tues da'j morning; and out to tbe shearing 001 rals on Kipp Coulee Jas Peat alia B A. Westland, of the Bank of Toionto staff, Lethbndge weie week end ilsitors at New ion, guests of Mr and Mis G C McDonald T II Mankm went to Lethbiidge on Saturdai bj train to bnug biek Ins auto which has been icpaired in, one of fhe gaiages miss Floiencs Ruek lo on Fndaj next foi Saskatche wan. V. M, Aniundson of Goddaid is MS- iting at the home of -Mi. Geo Grceno Bishop, (-larkei of Jlasrath, n prom- inent sheep man. Is hauling his wool to New Dayton He already lug about 200 sacks on Ihe plattoim here George Rusk returned on Saturday from Masralh after spending a de- lightful MBit with his brotbei-lniaw, Dr Beeman That Now- Dayton is well known as a splendid farming district is proien because ot tlie fact that numerous enquiries concerning the real estate made during the past ten NEW DAYTON TERMINAL ELEVATOR NOT READY THIS YEAR Hon Robt. Rogers' Promise Is Rather Difficult'to Implement OttaWiiy June present in- dications it is verj Improbable Ihat the pioposed new terminal elevalor which Hon RoUeit Rogers, Jlinlstei of the would be con- structed a't Fort William will be for this'season's crop. So fai the purchase of the site is the only notion -fthich has been taken Not a nian nor even'a bine pilnt of any kind has jet boon prepared, i.nd the Department of Trade and Com meno ha? got no' farther than tenta- tive negotiations wltli' various Ameri- can constnielion cnm pp.uleR. Thu Cinadlan companies, it is slat ed, will guarkntee the'erection of the elevator by th" fall or hut ns speed of cOnstmction is necessitj, It that..this will snlt the government. Though per- haps gl eater "speed ma; he expected from the Inrsei American companies, it does not seem llkeb (Jiat nn elc ot such laiw capacity could bo erected by the (fall 'oClDlS. This Is For Trade _ i. i 160 acres, 6 miles from town'with school across the road; under small Louse and barnj'ali'fciLCcd, will ,for horses or cattle. Price per acre. v Cousins Whitsel Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. L. B. Duiican Dry Goods Stoclt' and Heavy Hardware Paints and Oils Boots and Shoes, Steam Fittings, American Woven Wire Fencing L New Dayton, Alta. The site on .tlio is not of lerv substantial soil forma tlon, so that tbo foundation will of necessity liave'to bo Bnnlj'laM The stincture, il is btaled, li lo be of steel and concrete In which rase hasty construction is impossible. Al- logethoi It would .seen! to Improbable that ise to tho Saskatchewan clecton that the elevator lie rcadv tor Hili, year's crop will be fulfilled. WOMEN SMOKE IN CANOES Ore.. June lure of tho clgarstto capthltod not n low oi the women who canoe log ,md boatiiiB ou the WUUrorttc liver Ihis evening. liuly in (he cvon liig some fair canoeist dlscowred that tlie faint bluo smoke would diiio awa> the droies of mosfiultoes that- hovered over the waters In a few minute'! the practice spread to other canoes Modestj fell before iteh of the bite and the youns woman who ordinaulj think it "pei fectly aw ful" to smoke in public became callous to the public Men Wanted FOR RAILROAD WORK On Hne: east of Sllrllng on the work will huy good baled lira- othj 01 blue Joint. JOHN TIMOTHV Maybutt Post Offlc< i ;