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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 0. H. DEGENER, Secretary-Treasurer Msi.v 18, 1012.' JUNCTIONTOWN" Stirling Realty Company Stirling, Alta. "The Junction Town" Facts You Should Know That the Weyburn line is building out from Stirling and not From Lell budge. That there is from one hundred and fifty 10 tu-o hundred men and teams working QUI of Stirling at. the present time. That with the completion of the line Stirling is destin- ed to ,be ane of the greatest railroad centres in Alberta. That we to loan on -real'estate If you want to build a house or pay a on us.' Specials This Week .1-2 section No. 1 farm land, 2 1-2 miles from elevator. 525.00 per acre; easy .terms. Also'fifty lots close in ranging in price to easy terms..-WVite .us regarding town property. :J: STIRLING TO HAVE BRICK INDUSTRY 22 Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries j KnowUltMi. brieli iimnufacttrr-1 I crs or Lethbridge, were in j were In Stirling on Wednesday of) this week investigating possibilities 'for the'starting of an industry for UK manufacture of brick at Stirling. Speaking [o the Herald, .Mr. Knowl- den suit! thiit there were excellent fa- cilities for the establishment of an industry at this nlacc, and that the clay was as good as cotllll be secured any platw in the west. The one diffi- culty with -which the firm are con- fronted now is the securing of sand. There is santl in the district, but it is too sharp for the use to which It is to be uiit. An effort is being mmle to lind whether or not there might be siuui near at hand in pockets in the earth, mid an examination of the soil will be made in order to ascer- tain tbis. Tile visitors informed tlii Herald tbat they had visited Ray- mond, -Magrafh awl> Cartlston, and that from these several jjoints hart picked on Stirling as the place offering the best facilities -for tills work whicb they, have" in linnd. The company is willing to locate without a bonus, and have not asked for subscription stocK. exemption i anything Of the kind. Officials of the Board of Trade, President llolman, .1. Sykes. M. L. -Miller anil A. Bjorgc had the visitors in hand during their j I stay In Stirling and took them thor-j. ouglily into the manufacturing facill- I I tics offered by the town. The fact j t that Stirling Is becoming an import- ant junction point and will perhaps! be a divisional jioint ot the line will insure that there' will be considerable distributing to i do along lines running both east and west and north and south. W. McD. Tait Southern Representative of the Herald Has opened an office in the building beside the Prairie Queen Hotel, and authorized to transact all the Her- ald's business in Stirling. Job Work Will be taken, and all the work of a newspaper done. For advertising rates apply to the Southern Repre- sentative. Herald Publishing Co. Theodore E. Fawns Dealer in Boots and Jor H.ii veslei i Hardware, Plows The Pioneer Store of __ Bcsl goods at ICAVCM: possible prices, and courleoiis trenlineia to all, is our Masses i Repmatois Hos-siei Pi oss Dulls Stirling, Alta. NFFDS RANKTOOK A DRINK JlllYLimj OF FORMALINE E. Schaffer Ready made harness, and harness parts. Repairing a specialty. All work guaranteed. International Stock Food and Horse Medicine. Stirling, Alta. B. A. Perkins Son >Ve have opened a blacksmith shop opposite Citizen's Lumber yard and are prepared to do GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIR BUSINESS Plow Pointing and Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, Alta. MenWanted FOR RAILROAD WORK On line east of Stirling. Apply on the .work. Also will buy good baled tim- othy or blue joint. JOHN TIMOTHY Mjybutt Post Office CHARLIE DEVLIN WAS ELECTED Ottawa, .May 0. E. Devlin who conducted the i of his Hon. Chas. Devlin, in Tem- iscamingue, arrived here yesterdai and stated-' that the report that Dr. Aubin tonsenitne hart won wis Incorrect Me cl urns the riding for his brother by a majority of stat- ing that Or. Aubin secured a majority in only two polls. Rev. John Gait of Piclon Haptist ehurch, will go to Vankleek Mill. MAY .LOSE HIS JOB A. .K. t'esha. postmaster at. Kent Bridge, Is accused of offensive parti sanship. 12 Tumors Removed Without An Operation Sept. 20. 1509. Orange Lily in tlif ftie'itrst hcdtmcnt rot women world knows. Ih> in im nsi, 11 j ed 1 tumors or of jiort: to bees'- fKt, and otlicis sntalkr nlXR or ;i Vim iimv IIHI> in, w In j nir uhcitlsimrnt for H lie solid trulli nu I pui nnnol dor rft ill C0o I it Ins dnnr for n P Mrs I outer I Hollc in Indlciitlnn of It is follow the of Oinirr Lll npptif 1 Ireitni nl vil In 'direct contact with the Plenty Rumors But Slim Results-New Man at Depot Stirling, -May P. A. was a visitor to the construction camps on the Lethbridge-Weyburn line on Friday, Bishop I'awnes-was a business visit or to Raymond on "Wednesday of tiils week. MIES EIIso Clark left yesterday fcr 'Cardston. where she will few days before going to Diamond .Cii> i where ilie is to visit her sister, 1 Dr. D'Arc. C S Fariou the lethbrulge Steam Laundry, was a visitor in Stir- ling Frulii ii'tprnnnii in thn. intei ests of bis laundry agency, here. I Seeding cf grain both wheat an course grains is finished at Stnlm and farmers are busy now plantjn potatoes and putiin-j in gaiden beeds Messrs. Miller and Degener have installed a. new Aidro light in ihei store. The new light is: shining wit! a thit compaTet fnoi ihlj the oihLi gasoline lights j installed In the other business places i in town.: Stirling presents finite as i bright an appearance at night an dur- Ing the Water "Tvas turned into th-e irriga- tion canal on Thursday night. Con- s derable wo K Ins been dore in this district in the Svay of improvements to' tho canal within the town limits Overseer Frank Steed has been look- ing after the cleaning of the ditches and the fixing of the crossings. All is now in turning water into the garden ditches throughout the town. Walter PettKor, C. P. K. station agent at Stirling, has this week been relieved of some of his arduous du- ties., by the coming of. an John llogau, formerly of Barrie, Out. j but late of Mr, tlogan I will look after the freight and express end of the.sliition'a business. Stirling travellers this week, con sis ted of the following: To Lethbridge A. M. Steed, Win. Fisher, M. U Miller, A. Jeffrey. H. It. .Johnson, H. E Goldsworthy. C. B. Perkins. To Card- ston: ,-Miss KHse Clark. To Raymond: Airs. A. K. Fawns. Jake Hardtnan and Miss Veda Fawnes. Among the visitors to Stirling were Clarence Neilson, Jag. Xeilson, from the homestead country; Mr. and Mrs. Knyart of New Dayton; K Ainsworib A. A. J. McLean of Ti ber; W. .McD. Tait, Haymond. Win. Fisher and MV Hi. Miller went to Lelhbridge yesterday to meet the Hon. C. H. Mllchell in an endeavor to secure another school for Stirling The new townslle, is thought, is too fur removed from the present building for the smail children to con- veniently attend, Idea of the petitioners is to have erected a one- room school in small chil- dren of the district-at least may re- ceive instruction, and may. linish in Stirling's first, public school, Stirling baa not yot deposited any money in the Stirling bank. H hit it been rumored -for some time that the Camuliuu Hank of Commerce was to have opened a branch at this point Later It was that thcr Hoyal Bank which has recently opened a branch in 'Cardston was to also move in here. Tlie latest news, is to the effect that the Bank- of Toronto is to come in. There is-no danger of eacl of these banks establishing here, ant the thing which hV nuzzling Stirling at the present which them willreally open'tip.'-A bank is badly to be scope enough for one here; H. received the contract front lolin PJmothj rail i contractor, today for the freight- ing -for r the ivhole construction work extending from -'Stirling- eastward 25 miles and coveilng eight cimns of John Jimothv s lus> Scott Folej 3ros., Brady Bros, and Larson Bros. The main coutractdr, John Timotlu undertakes the freighting of the sub- contracts, _and Mr. Patterson will be 'dealing directly with him, .FAVOR ELECTION OF SENATORS Boston. House of; Representatives by a unanimous ,vote. today, adopted tile Bristow am- endment to the Federal constitution, providing for direct election of Uu- ited States senators. THREE rEARS OF MISERY SERIOUS MISTAKE WHICH WAS OVERCOME BY PROMPT USE OF EMETICS New Dayton, May1 R. -P Atkins returned from Lethhridge on Friday morning of this week. Mrs A I i visitor on Thursday, a guest of'Mrs. A. J. Burnside. Mias Nora Stovel has been on the sick Hst'Tor a few davs. in I uscombe L n Dune m ind j Geo Whitsel were business to Lethbridge on Tuesday P..K. iMoreland ami Geo. 11. More-1 land dnne to Lethbridge on Sum ddj for repairs for their planing en I gine returning on Sundij Jas. Reid has" purchased a team of work horses from Dr. Beck who ran ouuit at 'Ixew JJaytonrlast yea i Dr D E Hunter of DaUon Ohio Oflci-s Uiicxccllod Acrominuilatioii For (he cling Public Stirling, "The Junction Town" VIrs. Burnside Escaped an Op- eration by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Mahoningtown, three years suffered untold misery every month, and had to stay in bed the firgt two' or three- days. I also had 8 and other ailments peculiar to women. I. became so weak ind run down I could scarcely walk acrosa the floor. 'The doctor told me J would never he well unless I, would undergo an operation, but I was advised bymy mother to take LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and after tied ta- ken four bottles J am strong and well. I have got others to take your medicine with the same good results and they can- not say enough for Mahoningtown, Pa Thousands of unEoliqitdd and genuine testimonials like the above prove the ef- ficiency of Lydia E. Vegeta- ble Compound. Women who sufTer.f'rorn those distress- ing ills should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. If you Hie doubt I'inklinm't hlo will holu von, write to IjjilH MeilklaeCo. (ronfUU ntiiilj Lynn, MRSS., for ill- >in. Your letter nil) read unrt nnswf n Tviiinin, and in Is a visitor to IS'ew Dayton and'will' be heie '01 i fen days The doctor is looking aftsr his business interests in this district. T R Mckiij is n bed dill-ins the last toupie of with i spilined inkle At the time of Vi- 1P cident in the "local store where Mr. i IE eniplojed Tel jump ed on a horse hurriedly ami went to a near by farm where Dr. Wray was- After1 having notified the. doctor he attempted to mount his horse agnin, ,w.hen the'aninial, scared at an auto- mobile and jumped toward him. and Mr. McKay was thrown completely over the horse, landing on. ills ankle. The injured foot is at present doing nicely and Mr. .McKay will be around in the course of a week or so. In the hist Official Inter-Associate Bulletin of the Commissioner of the Associated Boards of Trade of South ern Alberta mention is made of the fact that New Dayton Board of Trade had joined the association an'd has been most heartily welcomed. The commissioner remarks that, this lat- est entry makes the 28th board now aftiliated with the association. What might have proved a very sorions mistake was that of a young- New Uayton niau drinking pure for- malin ,in L. D. Duncan's 'store on Thursday of this week. Andrew Mod came into the store'In a hurry and going .out to the hack of-the estab-' lishment where pop is kept; ho took i the cork out of a, bottle, believing it, to be sonic soft drink, and drank a, quantity of the .contents. He soon! learned his mistake, and It was not I till friends who were In the store had lo send for assistance and wlieii mus tild witei ind, oilier liiuidb hn hiin vomiting what ho had by mistake taken .into .his stomach. Kortllimleh Dr. Wray of Haymond was In the df- trict.aml he WHS hurriedly called, lie ildnilnislered an emetic hypodenni cally and ill this writing Jlr. Mce is well asiiin. -W DAYTON How About That Hail Insurance? He Ime the onlj hul insui nice company that has pild 100 cents on the PollJi for the past ruche tud we are in a position to take caie ol all jour fire ind hall insimince Drop a line foi nar t'culais and intcs which uo nil! idh submit UMOU Southern Alberta is om1 territory, write us Cousins Whitsel Land Co. New Dayton, Aita. Duncan Goods feheil and Hcavj Hardware Gi-ocerics I'amts and Oils .Boots and Shoos, Steam Fi New Dayton, Alta. SMALL TREES FOR SHADE (ColnmbK Dospitth Prof C II of the fortstrj department in Uio state uiiiveraity, not favor llio of very lorge trees for slnule. In a bulletin containing advice to the planting vi Irecs on Arbor Dny bo' suggests (hat largo .trees, as a rule, suffer more from transplanting than smalt ones, niul says that a large tree will grow uninterruptedly, nnrt the sooner make a. one JIe. counsels against planling any kind of a frpe in any old place just for the sake of planting. Thought o-l and card bouses wore blown away. .Of the tttre kaUng hundreds destitute uid buijlng deid and dy iny in Uie ruins la the rtlinge of Sxasmato, 350' itg future development ;um j ........v should lie taken. Trues for trans-j town of with hundreds of he says, should never be j notMov remains. In one more Minn three inches in 720 houses form a great neap From one t.o thre-e inch haae measure is.the best for most, trees. of debris FOUR TOWNS WIPED OUT BY TORNADO Vienna, .May. the olnock Ccntii! Minn nj a lorn i dplwipml out four market towns) ii fifteen minutes, In IlUavjjos 310 houses ;