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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE LETHBRTnOE HERALD STIRLING "THE JUNCTION A JLJL il M. L. MILLER O. If. DEGENER Manager Secretary-Treasurer Stirling Realty Company Stirling, Alta. "The Junction Town" The present and fivfiu-e railway facilities of Stirling provide sufficient reason Avhj you should buy Stirling real estate. Stirling is a junction town on the new Woyburn line now under uonstinotion, and L'. P. R. Carcl- .slon line operating west, C. P. Tl. running south to C'outts and north to Lellibridge, and (wo other lines, proposed. List your properly with Us and get the best possible retains. Money to loan on town propei ly. CONTRACTORS CONTINUE TO COME Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Theodore" Brandley Dealer in -Dry Goods Groceries Hardware, Etc. The Pioneer Store of Stirling at csi possible prices, nml courteous trcatmoia to all, is our policy. Stirling, Alta. A. E. Fawns Agent for r Decring Harvesfer Machinery Emerson Plows Tiulliope Buggies Sawyer Masscy Engines Separalort, Press Drills Stirling, Alta, From present indications it would seem that K- sub-letting the grading work on the Lothbridge-Woybum line is to materially facilitate -the rapid construction of the road, John Tim: othy will have bis contract completed long before'the expiration of his tinie limit. In addition to the four sub-contract- .ors mentioned in last week's issue of Tho Herald, there arrived tbJs week: another- outfit of contractors, Larson Bros., of Camrose, with five car loads of horses awl equipment for road work. This outfit has with it thirty- six horses and eleven men. and the portion of road on which they are to work IK eighteen miles from Stirling station. Several miles of grading is now rttady to he levelled, and a car load of oi culverts ha-j arrived to bo used on crossings and ditches along the road. There is also to ar- rhe this week a ear of lumber and ng. The' Herald .was informed on good authority that this, work would begin on grading in tiio immediate Uclnlty of, this station. John Sullivan, who 'his his camp set .about three-quarters c a milo the station, will have this Tvork in charge. Land -values along the line have considerably, advanced as a result of Hie actual construction work now be- ing carried; on.': Several farms have changed ''hands, and real estate'men! are all after listings of this real CG tate. A remarkable advance In price has resulted, and people who homesteatled in the district far east from Stirling have made no mistake, as they are now able to turn-over their holdings at a good figure In answer to a" press intjuiry as to whether or not inoro than twenty-five miles of road was to he constructed this year, a prominent official of the C. P. R. informed The Herald that if more than 25 miles is constructed, that in all probability there would :be fifty or'sixty miles done. be Hcved, however, that the first twenty- five miles 'will be completed aiid that trains will be running before the ad- ditional work is completed. Men Wanted FOR-RAILROAD WORK On line east Stirling Apply on the work f r Also will buy good baled tlm othy or :blue joint, Apply-r- JOHN TIMOTHY Maybutt Post Office B. A. Perkins Son AVe have bpeneil a blacksniJth sliop opposite Citizen's yaid and aie prepaied to do a GENERAL BLACKSM1THING AND REPAIR BUSINESS Plow Pointing and Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, Alta. NEW DAYION TO GET NEW DEPOT C.-P. R. TO DO RIGHT THING BY THE CROPS ARE LOOKING FINE New Dayton, May eight- nionths'-old baby, a niece of Mr, anil Mrs, 0.-Webb, who are living on rarm of R. W. Risinger, died on Tues day of last week. The child was sick only a few hours, and the circum- stances attending its (death 'aro ex- tremely sad The uncle and aunt .with whom, the child-lived, a-re strang- ers-in New Dayton having recently arrhcd foi Mt' inger, The little body was.laid away to rest in the New Dayton cemetery New Dayton budgets, have been somewhat irregular recently owing to tho fact that the southern represent- ative. The Herald has been busy with other work, and has not had the opportunity of, devoting enough .time TO EXTRACT THE TOURISTS' MONEY ENGLISH- SUMMER RESORT CAT' ERERS ARE AWAKENING TO THEIR. DEFICIENCES London, Ma> 8 I he course of an nrticio calling attention to the al- leged Uritish neglect of methods of ficparalfng Hie American visitor in JSngiaml from his money, the Stand- says "Taking tlii> qiieition of calenn? for ihe foreign visitor generally it is true that London ignores Ins roll. On the continent, they 'see the comnn; 'I hey offer all kinds of bails and temptations to make j him to be tlieic They greet llim like an'old friend and malce him fccl.jit home wliilo parting with his money "It is understood Hint lilaclipool is fhinlting of sending a deputation to 'America to get to know ahout. the ;ind their waats. Why should not Margate, Folkestone, EastCiounio, Ilrijhton, IJoiirncmoiilh, Torquay, Tl- Iracombc and others join in "We arc nivinj the foreign visitor a consideration seant for iv 1o le recognized is 'good business' eij foreign viator 19 a personal ad- vertisement and contented bile horc he will spend n.ore and return." UNDERWOOD GETS STATE ALABAMA Kickson, Miss May S W Underwood, Alabama, carried the state of'Mississippi in the democratic primaries hejd yesterday. Gov% Wood- row Wilson, nf New Jersey, was his only opponent. Returns at midnight indicated that Underwood1 has receiv- ed a majority in three-fourths of tho, counties of tlie stale and in nearly every one ot the-eight; congressional delegates to him have been elected. MOSLEMS SOUND CALL TO HOLY WAR Paris .May Call for All Mos- lems to participate >ln a holy war. which was launched at the start of the Turkish-Italian war, is, according to the correspondent of the1 Temps. In Tunis, secretly enveloping all Islam and moving a ten dily from tribe to tribe in every Mohammedan country. to work south of Lethbrldgo. to cover the New Dayton flekl Hereafter re gnlar budgets will appear lortmgui and a section of a page will be u voted to New Dayton advertising well as to news matter. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pre byteriau church met last-week home the president, Jlrs. A. AInynard. There was.present the fo losing ladies Mesdames Scott, Pik Detra, Casey, Reid, McUulIbugh, An eraon. Goldsworthy and the Misse -Woctl, Whitsel and Cora oral new members were received a this meeting. The nest meeting wll be held with Mrs. John Wetselat th New Dayton Hoteron Thursday.'Ma; Crops in the New Dayton distric show excellent prospects a bum per yield this Senson. There is nlentj of moisture In tho ground, grain sown early is sprouting and be show through th'e ground ,Tho majority of the farmeis have fin isbed then sueding of wheat and are busy this planting co.uae grains preparing nit, giuumi Tuf luoiti and vegetables. Mrs. H. V. Maynard has been spend ing a couple of weeks with her bro- thei, A J Maynird, manager of tho nadinn Dank o-f Commerce, ana will probably be in New.Dayton for a few weekfi longer James H. King, late of the Becker and-'Yates Lumber Co., at New. Das- ton, but now of Warner, came up by rain on Saturday'nigh I, .and On Sun- day took the service In TyreH's Lake school house for tho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, It is given out. with reasonable cer- tainty that New Dayton is to have a new station. It Is reported Uiat the roadmflstcr, when going through New ihe other tho of- ficers of the Board of Trade that a crew of men might be cxpect-fid, any day for the purpose of beginning work on tho new was not held.; Only a.few of the mem hrtiR tnrnpfl nut iml it UTK ilvri tO' postpone this meeting [or a forl night when the'BGnnl will again meet Hiss Robertson'.of the public schoo teaching Sti'rling, was tb> guest of. tho 'Misses Wbitsel at thi New Daytoir hottil on Saturday night. R.-'B. WatKins' received word thii week that bis mother was seriousl; ill ih tho hospital" at Devil's Lake, N I) '.Airs. G. A, McGullough spent Fri day and Saturday at the home of Airs tfd Wells. Mrs. J. has been In III health -lav the'past, several'months has gone to Slacleod to spend a fey weeks with her brother, Frank Smith in the Iiope oi benefiting hei health TJarl Gen-ill and Wm Lus coliibe went 16 Letfibridge on'Tuesday to be present at the :6pening. or the land office for filing on homesteads oii the Mclntyre leasp Neither of them, however, homestead. -R. E. Skeith was'a visitor to War- ner this "week. John Cress lost'a valuable cow on Wednesday of last week. Joseph A. Stiesse, a painter from LetubrMge, has been working tlie past on tile Iioine of G C JIcDonald Miss Dora Whilael, .who has been keeping house her lather at the farm, was a week end visitor to New Dayton last week. A number of young people from New Dayton attended .a bousu party given by Mrs. H. 113. Goldsworthy on Satur- day night labt in lionoi ot her guest MIBH Wood. Principal Tancoclc of Stirling publk scncol staff on Sunday driving down and returning with Mr Tait; P.'M, Riches and H..P. Morgan rode out to McKay's ranch, on Saturday ant spent the week cud there H. N; N. 'M. P., a Magrath. was In town on Thursday o last week. L. A. Felger of Lcthbridge was i'isitor to New pay ton on Thursday coming down on business conuectei with hi-3 farm which 'Mr. Stovel is, working. win THE II ftUAJ 1H EGGS TO CHURCH W. McD. Tait Southern Representative of the Herald f Has opened an office in beside the Prairie Queen Hotel, and is authorized to transact all the Her-', aid's business in Stirling. Job Work Will taken, and all the work of a i newspaper done. For advertising' rates apply to the Southern sentative. ,v Herald Publishing Co. STIRLING Tho latest railroad- contracting out- arrive is that of Larson Bit nd consjsU of tho following mem- bers: Larson, H. Kirk, C. Larson, Anderson and E. Larson. Tohn Tiuiothv railwaj vas a passenger to Lethbridgo on Ton day. Tho Taylor Milling and .Elevator Company shipped a carload of wheat o Fort William on. Monday. R. J. Hamm and Frank iiudd each eceived a carload of coal this week. Walter Pettifore Psttl- oro were visitors to tho construction amp of John Timothy on Sunday last. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jones who have heen engaged on the farm of John Whitsol, left on Wednesday for their homo In Lethhridge, Owing to llio rush.of work at thla season, n meeting of the Hoard of Trade called JMC Saturday aftonioon MEDICINE HAT: WIDE AWAKE Medicine May at citizens tonight named a second idustrJal commissioner, to go Into te field for. now industries and also to open another subscription to defray flxpensas. A goodly portion of: the prpvloualy subscribed having been spent, Avoral thousand was do- nated tonight ta a few minutes and it is expected ny; tomorrow night It will reacli twttiy thousand. STIRLING WILL EMULATE MA- GRATH IN SCHEME FOR RAIS- ING MONEY FOR CHURCH, Stirling, May 7 regular mon thly cc-sjoint meeting of the "Mutual Improvement Associations of Stirling was held on Sunday-night iii the: meet- ing house. The principal item on the program was .an address by Joseph Brandley oh drew his lessons from such groat men as "Washington and Lincoln, and the! great leaders ofrefofm' movements-in' American history, and his talk was interesting and instructive. There was' solos hy Miss Delia and Miss Flattie Clark, and a recitation by tfjnma Biandley W J Sykes representative ot the building j] committee of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, put be fare the meeting a scheme by which :o raise funds -for the new meeting, louse which is to be erected at Stir- ing in the near future Lno pliin adopted by Magrath and by! other wards 'throughout the different Stakes of the church.' It was decided bat on two Sundays in each month! the eggs produced in the coops of! he members of the church shfill bej nit in a place apart and ed for j tko building fund Mr Sjkea agreed himself to look" aftor the collection of the eggs and their sale, and to see that tho revenue is put into the pro- per channels The meeting was closed hy prayer, Miss Delia Passey, leading. George Ole-! presided 4 Late Holland George Nicholli Rolland Georgo tho seven- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W.'T. Nicholis, was .taken away on Satur- day morning as a result of an illness from scarlet fever and tousiUtis. Tho little fellow had heen sick -hardly a week and had been moved with bis father and mother- from the hotel where he contracted the disease to the building adjoining, and where he died at 2.30 o'clock on Saturday morn- ing with oulj his fathei and mother at j j ills b-sdside. Circuni stances were ex- tremely gad in: that no one coiild on- the building to render any assist- ance, and the father and mother not be released till the body was removed on Saturday afternoon A service was'held at the cemetery at Stirling, McD. Tait, Presbyter- an missionary, ofliciating. Tho little follow was a general -fa- vorite with all; who knew him, and Hs manly bearing and kindly atti- .tide toward all his friends won for lim a warm place in their hearts Mrs. W. T. Nicholly and children eft on Tuesday morning for Seattle, Wash., going by way of Greet Falls VIr. Nicholis accompanied thorn ,to tho junction point, on the Great North- ern and returned today. As soon as a business matters are straight- ened up Mr. Nicholis Is to Join his family in Seattle, aiid there tboy are to res! do. ttev. Mr. Toombs, tho new minister. Offers Unexcelled Accommodation For the Traveling Public i Stirling, mc junction Town NEW DAYTON For Sale! 4SO acres ot cultivated land, (i miles from In crop, balance all ready to seed Price ?3n 00 per 1-3 ca-jb, ba'ance to suit. 320 acres, 10 town, raw prairie, all flow 1'nce J2J60 pei aero Teims 11 cash, balance to ault Cousins Whitsel Land Co. T. COUSINS, MANAGER for l church, fa nletJ (6 arrive In Raymond today, ant! will conduct service In llio church oil L. B. Duncan Dry Goods Shell' and Heavy Groceries Paints and Oils t I. J eight children on tbc rpn( wjtu an average attendance, of. iifty, aiid, these children .ranjjo ttvo- to ten.yearJ, J. It. Heeb, of the Hoob-Land Co., ot has bedn driving with Nelg Nelson In tl.o holnes'tead district tlio last couplo'of The com pany owns corsiderable land in 6 1.1, and Mi Heeb was looking over tho company's holdings, 3; Wesley McMutlen of is nrriv-6 Iu Stirling todav, and get up his barber's chair in the .pool This will fill a much felt want norllon 01' Stirling. The new blookstnlth shop of B Perkins nnd Son in now completedt. and'Fritz Fred Is In charge. Farmers may now get their bJacksmithing .worlci done without having to Dr Rusk, V S passed through Stir- ling on Monday, In his car -going A. Hjorge had tho to Into tho ol his thumb on Mon ;