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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta t'; THE LETITBRrnflE DAILY HERALD STIRLING "THE JUNCTION TOWN" MHI M. L. MILLER, Manager. O..H. DEGENER, .Secretary-Treasurer Stirling Realty Company Stirling, Alta. "The Junction Town" Facts You Should Know That the line is buiklfufj-oitt' froni'Sfirling and not from LetHji if'.ge. is from one hundred mid fifty 'to hundred men and'teams', working out of Stirling at. the present time. That with the completion of the Weyburu line Stirling is destin- ed to be one of the greatest railroad centres in Alberlii. That we iuive to loan on real estate if yon want io build a house or pay a mortgage, call on us. Specials This Week UNDIVELOPCD FIELDS 1-2 section vNo. 1 farm land, acre; easy terms 1-2 miles from elevator, 525.00 per, Also fiftv close in langiog in price fiom ?100'to easj terms Write us regarding town property Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries NEW TOWNS WILL SPRING UP EAST OF STIRLING Wrentham Will be Nam of First Town East of Busy Stirling Theodore Brandley Dealer in Boots aiul Shoes' Dry Goods Groceries Hardware, Etc. The Pioneer Store of Stirling BcSt ill IfAVOKl possible jjrices.. .and. courteous treatment lo alJ, is our policy. Stirling, Alta. A. E. Fawns Agent J'oi1 Peering Harv'esf or Machinery Emerson s Tudhope Buggies RaAvyer JMnsscy Engines Separators Hossier Drills Stirling, Alta. E. Schaffer Ready harness, and harness pants. Repairing a specialty AH work guaranteed. Inttrnational Stock Food and Horw Medicine. Stirling, Alta. B. A. Perkins Son We have opened a blacksmith shop opposite Citizen's Lumber yard iuui are prepared to do a AND REPAIR BUSINESS Plow Pointing and Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, Alta. Men Wanted FOR RAILROAD WORK On line east of Stirling Apply on the wcrlc. Also will buj good baled Urn otliy.or blue Joint. AppJj- JOHN .TIMOTHY Maybutt Post Office FOR SALE Good strong bnggy, used o'nlj one year, and shafts. Price 00 Also buggy uithout pole or shafts Price ?2000, Apply to W..MCD. TAIT, Herald Oflfce, Raymond Stirling, .May Ilovey was Saymond visitor .on Tuesday. N. E. Smith; ot the Sawyer -Masses 3., was in town on .Monday. T. Newingcr was a Stirling vis tor on Monday of this week. John Timothy, railway contractor s in Edmonton this week sunerrntenu" seeding operations on nis farm lere. 4 II. II. Tjgue'b eiigineeiing part} ook the second level on the Stirling nd ot" the..Lethbridge-Weyburn lino n Monday ol this week; Hiown of Raymond is visiting er brother, R. J. Hannah. H. P. Kelly, of Curdstou, was in Siirl'lug mailing arrange- ments for sub work under John Tiin- otlu contractor on the Lethbi idge- Weyburu Hue of the C. P. R. I It is reported lluil the ifbw town' i which is being sin vejed 25 miles east joE Stirling is to be named Wrentham Dr. and Mrs.: D'Arc motored-from j Diamond. Citj; to Stirling on Sunda (lust and weie the -Mn Mis. Claik. The Uip luck took (the three hours. W. T Nichols is'at present gnes of the Prairie Queen Hotel, and be here for a few days yet settlin un. some business before he joins hi wife and family at Spokane, Wash, i Visitors to Lethbridge since last is sue were. Miss Folej, If. R Johnaou Wm. Fisher, Mr Georgesou, Mis Robertson, R. 13 Goldsworthy, Mr Hdundtree, R...T. Hanna, W. T. Nich ols-and C. B. Perkins.' Hiss Blise Clark returned on Frlda; from JJiamond City wheie she luii been visiting her sistei, Mrs Dr D'Arc. On Suuday she and Miss Mat :Je Glaik and Oler in Raj moud taking part in tlie progiam ol the conference of the Tajlor Stake V carload of cojl was this week received at the station and there also arrived a car of haj and a car of for. John- rail way. contractor. [Mondaj was a record day for shiii ping at the elevator, more teed having been put through OE this date than at anj time since the elevator opened I C. W. Card and Soris closed a cieal tins week by which they secured the car' vvlueh has been run for-a season by Fd Hodges of Magrath The is an E "U F. and is m iplemlld con ditlou. C. Will Caid will look alter motor 01 passenger tunic at the liveiy. barn; John iN'Ichol of Seven Persons has come tip to work on the Coop tarm, one of the Bohrnstedt group of H E Berry is manager Mr, Nichol is an engineer and hafa charge of the large Reev es vv hich is now' Tao hundii tion of a of the paragrapli and leaung thi' amusement question to the conscience of the imlmdual l-lcrM ot nave turned over appear because of this fact that Hi G. P. K. are co-ntemplatJng making thi one of the iuiport-ant tovvnsites on th line. At this point Fitchetf and Pot ter, well drillers of Kdmonton, are sinking..a deep well to bo used fo; water supply for the railroad company They are at present driving down ICO feet and are prepared to sink a wel to a UefJth from 700 to 900 feet It is expected at tins depth that the} will get a flowing well At Lake and Purple Springs on the brow's Mest line north of this tovvu- iite Ilovving wells this depth are quite numerous, and In a direct line .ten miles north from there, the drillers aro at.vvork there Is a flowing well at a depth.of.900 feet. Strung nut; all the way from Stir- to the end of the line are the ub-contractors vvoiking for John Tim- thj. Immediately adjoining Stirling Jas Sullivan. This contractor 12 t the present time, surveying a grade j connect with ofe main line Mi. ulllvan made lemaikable pin ress iho mshing at the siding is completed, will start wvoijung east from his ainp which 13 bl'tuated about thiee a-.riers at BiMc'21-oni Sin-ling Jas. Scott nnd'iBrady Bros have nmljei contracts about foin and five lies fiom Stirling, and their work is along the norih-slope.of Kipp coulee dow n ,iv hich the road runs for a con sideiable distance east. When these nieces are completed itjis understood, these are to take ad- ditional work-on this line. Under Foley Bros are a nail., of homesteaders 'from Camrose.' Larsbi Bios, who have divided their equip ment- into four sections and are work sub-let by the Foley's Their camps are set at intervals of a njile or so between John Timothy's camp and that of Foley Bros If the present continues it will be only matter of :a fevv. days till', the main of the giadiug will be completed. ANOTHER SPOOK CHAT WITH STEAD Jonigated culveita have arrived and inve been unloaded Breads for trans- >ortation to the construction, and hese are to be placed in the mis and n the approaches to the grade on the oad allowance. Timothy also has the contract or plowing fire guards along the en- ii e length of the line, and he Is at resent looking for persons to under- ake this contract. Brandley, Bishop A. Fawnes, A M Steed, Geo Passey, is Alfred Spackman, Lou randley, the Misses Eliue anil Hat e Clark, Miss Oler, J. W. Slkes. and Mrs. R ordon, B. S. Young, J >R. Rev 111, II stlund, I. W. Jacobs, D. H. Elton rs. B. S. Young Peterson, Mr am rs. A. M. Wilde. Mra Peterson, Airs T. Heulnger, Mrs Cox, Mrs. Job. C 3teraon, Mrs J. C Thompson, Mr id Mrs L Pack, Mr. and Mra 30 Cluff, C A Chiistensen DESCRIBED AWFUL AGONY OF LOST-WHO-WENT DOWN ON TITANIC Manchester, May Daily] Despatch saii that it hears that aj message was received from William j T. Stead, who petishcd on the Titan- ic, through j medium at a bcance at' Rolucsay on Apill 36 The medium, j who 11 the uife ot .1 friend otj Stead's, swooned She jumped up and bcizing oilier women pushed them icross the loom uimug them to "cn- er the Afterwards, she cried out, "God pit; ui" She followed this "Thy will be doue" and 'Neaicr -Mj God to Thee an interval the medium spoke again. She uid "I know 1 have Jasseil over The past has, been like nightmare nitli a sudden avvaken- ng The question was asked, "Who .re von1'" and fche medium replied, 'J'n'ii Stead I know where I am was here before but was unable to ake an appeal to Bios, Kdmonton.' 'I his left for the cnst oiitlit has a laige gang of 111011 at and has completed' the giadln.y iho townslto 2S miles from Stir- Chamberlain, general manager, H. Gore, general superintendent, A Tlsdale. supprlntendent, W. g ling in 6-15. The grade at this point is 'iOOfi feet long and feet wide and protlblon is being made for the depot on the north side of (he gnule. This siding is width, Vtul It would THEY DID JUST SAID GIN PILLS WOULD DO QUEUEC, P.Q, "I received the sample of Pills and have taken them They have done me so much good. They do just what jou say in your circular that they will I do. I can but congratulate myself that une j sent for the Sample, and I bought a mlarly Im large box at my dniggist'h I made tip niy mind that I shall never Iw without them until I nin cured, 'Ithank >ou many times, for I had never fdnnd a remedy to do uie any good until I tried MABAMKauAHIE'SImrjiK'BUClfENlf.'. Do just n? Madame Trrite for n free sample of Gin Tills, and try them for 'Kidney Trouble, Irritnlcd Bladder, Painful or Suppressed Urine', Pain in the Back, or Tviimhago, If they benefit yon, get the regular sire boxes atyonr or 6 lor But write right now for the free samplr1: National Drug' and Chemical' Co.vof Canada, Uuiittd, A 95 her home on Saturday night Mr and Mrs R P Anderson, and child and W McD. Tait we--e guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs G. A. OilcCuUough at hmcheW on Sunday. G. H. IVIoreland aud H. Harris went to Lethbrldge on Monday night'a train, Harrison icturningon Tueb- Air Kemm of Campbell, Wilson an Home, wr.s a butdness visitor to Dayton on Tridaj last. Chas. Cartwright, ran a we drilling machine In the vielml.v o New Dai ton last summer, returned o: Saturday morning from Indiana wher ie has spent the winter. G. O LJJW, manager of the Sunn; Belt Elet ator, ha3 been bus> tin; veek loading six or seveu o jrain which has been coming in from ime to time, and has been stored in lie elevator. This shipment will en irely clean out ihe New Dayton dis >-ict of all tlie wheat that uill this pring be .for sale. G. A. McCnllough, who has been oimected with the bualness'house o; B. Duncan at Dajton last August, IT> to leave shortlj foi .Macleod, wlipre he has been asked to take a position as manager of (he drj good in Macleoti's leading diy goods stoic, conilucled by AFr. Doberer. Definite word 1ms been received by the Board of Trade at New Dayton that a station agent H to bo instaHcd here, and that his will begin the hitter part of this week. How About That Hail Insurance? We have the only hall Insurance company that has paid 100 cents ,on the Dollar for tho-past twelve years, and we aie in a position to take caie of all jour fire and hail insurance. Drop a line for par- ticulars, ami rates, which we will gladly submit to Southern Alberta is our write Cousins Whitsel Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. GAY DAY FOR CELESTIALSv London Chinese lire celebrating thp first birth In their "community. It is girl. L. B. Duncan Dry Goods Shell and Heavy Hardware' Groceries Faints and Oils Hools and Shoes. Steam FiUings Woven Wire Fencing' New Dayton, Alta. WELLING Weljjing, May- ,.T T Hen- gor Vas a ViSifor to Ha} mond Saturday of hist woek Di. .T. S Wrav, Messrs ind Roach, of the Bank of Montreal t.iff, and Mamie Witbpck, 'mot- n.ed out to Ou Sunday aftpj- I'JOii. and called on several of their Welling friPiuis Miss Sinclair, teacher of Welling chool) a to R.ijniomf foi he ueek end, and uas the guest ofi and .Mis P A. Koilloi. Miss Sin lair re-turned to school In Dr. Keii or's carbon Monda.v morning Water has been tinned into the cunal for spmo time, and the farmeis along the ditch are able to use it. Thc_stieam present run-, nlug Into the Pothole, but will in the com se of a dajs De turned into' 1he ditch Welling and llaj-J nioiul, ahd Uien go on to Stirling OKI- sldp'rahle lus heen mai'e in the ditch a'U tlie hetween the' gates and the outlet, and (he service this yeai to be bet- ter'than ;ev'er beioru. Rubber Heels ;