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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTITi: LFTITBRTDGF, DAILY, HERALD Thursday, May "THE JUNCTION TOWN" M. L. MILLER, Manager 0. H, DEGENER, Secretary-Treasurer Stirling Realty Company Stirling, Alta, "The Junction Town" Facts You Should Know That the Weyhtirn -line is building out from Stirling and not from LeIT bridge. .ThatMhere Is. from one hundred-and fifty ;to hundred uieu and .teams working out of present timet- with the completion of the Weybui'u line Stirling is destin- ed to be of the greatest railroad centres in Alberta. That we have loan on real estate if you want to build a house or pay a mortgage, call on us Specials This Week 1-2 section .No. 1 farm land, 2 nines elevator, ?25.QQ per acre; easy terms Also fifty-lots close In ranging in price to ?2yO; easy terms....Write us .regarding town property. JL By C.ffW W NEWS FROM STIRRING STIRLING Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Stilling Timoth> returned from Edmonton this week .iiid "has gone .out his construction work. Miss Urech, of Swltzorlaiui, arriv- j ed in. Stirling on Friday, and is visit- ing ;it thc home of Theo. Brandley. After !i visit in Stirling 3Iiss Urech is to go on to Cardston. The auto owned by Card -Brothers, of Hammond, niakess regulai tups to Stirling to meet the south bound train at 10.17 in the mo ruins' .Mr. Presbyierian missionary left for Winning today, and will he the greater jiart of the week. Provision, however, has heen made for the service next Sunday The Knight Sugar Company had a gang of men the latter part I of last week digging small trenches 1 through their timothy grounds in the I vicinity of Stirling. The 'rains o-r the past few days have made irrigation: unnecessai and the t irning en of the water might have beeu delayed for some -time. Fotu Knge }Vilh set Theodore Fawns Dealer in Boots and 1'or Dry Harvester Hardware, Plows Pionssr cf Stlrl'ns Buogics Bchf goods .it IL.ibsey possible piicc-5 nud courteous IrealnieiiD to all, is our Sep.nalois Ilossici Drills Stirling, Alta. tier1? effects and one of theui dmei: bj a six horse team passed Stirling: on [Monday last en route for tha lease ftheie the people have secured 'homestead land." A new station on a Hat car went through Stirling on ..Monday, and it is said the new structure is for.New Dayton, Jlr. KoumHree, of one of the con- struction; camps on the Ujthbridge- YVeyburu.lIne, white drivhig a buggy on Monday had the to have the neck yoke cans ed his horse to become frightened'and run He WHS thrown rig .but fortunately'apart from a se- vere shaking tip, he sustained no .in- jury, Dr.. Keillor was on Saturday last called to attend one of Contractor Sullivan's had been kicked in the stomach .1 hoise It was feared that the man liari.received in- ternal injury, but none developed, a he lias eutirelj recoieieil from the effects ot his accident Stirling subscribers to the Heiald will receive in the day or two their copies of the Annual Publicity! Number of 'the paper" In which -there appears a splendid publicity for Stil- ling The work of piepanug the ma teriiil" and constructing the adver- tising page whs'in the bauds of .Messrs. Fred Spackiiian, JI. L. Afiller and AV McD Tait, hut to Mi SpacK- m an. must he given.the credit .work -as he. practically did all that was done himself. The pages arcs a credit to him and the thanks of Stir ling dibtrici aie due him toi the time and labor Iw has spent. Owing to-the threatening weather on Sunday afternoon' no Suuda% ichool. nor service was held in the Presbyterian church. Next Sunday I I D Uiginbothim of Lethbrfdge isj to take the service, and will also be Ijresent with a worker to assist in .e-Sunday school. R, A. Davis, .who hail made .exten- sive improvements in his, lestamantj and confectionerj store, is to make additional m .the way of a new front. W T V Southern Representative of the Herald Has opened an office in the building beside the Prairie Queen Hotel, and is 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. NEW DAYTON-A VERY BUSY PLACE' E. Schaffer Ready mades harness, rind pants Repairing a specialty. All work guaranteed. International Stack Food and tton Medicine. Stirling, Alta. 6. A. Perkins Son "Ue a blacLsmiih shop opposite Cituen'i, Lumbei 'jard are prepared to do a 'GENERAL BL.ACKSMITHING AND REPAIR .BUSINESS Plow Pointing and Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, Alta. Men Wanted FOR RAILROAD WORK On Une east of Stirling. Apply on ,the work. Also will buy good baled tim- othy or blue Joint. JOHN TIMOTHY Maybutt Post Office BOSEMEAD Rosemead, May you mos quito1 Mr. and Mrs, Archambio and .1. Orr and wife sjrent Sunday at mead, Mrs, George Wlcst ami lirolhcr, were Sunday visitors at their tincle's, John Wlest. Graff and wife ,lefi for Ledi bridge last week. -.Gust Graving, wh0 arrived here rc- ientl> his sold Ins homesUnd to "Worth JJ400, will 10 turn shortly to Malta, Montana, where he has token a hnlf section of land Miss, nails has been spending the past .'fortnight in MilB district, has returnod to Lethbridga Hcnson Mills lost his h.irn ind i tt.uk o bv lliv- uim ueek Ihc fire oilginatod from anuitlge DIAMOND CITY X-sw Dayton, XI ay Huntei 'returned on Monday from .Lethbrid, j and is a auest at! the New Dajton Hotel. I Dr. Scott, was-in town oil Sun da j lifting the (juanmtHie tne I tann I JohnMcKay who hadihig ftiikle bad Ij sprained labt week is able to be 1 out again, but has not 'yet'started: to -work, F u fiiiKii i i doing some wmk at the Canadian Bank of'Commerce: Ah and Mn> II W the guests of Jlr and Mrs G. A- McCuI lough on Saturday English church service :was held at Tyrell's Lake school qu Sunday, night Mr Church oft England clergjman of Warner? officiating H. K. Hill Lethbridge was the1 guest of Mr and Mrs Scott on Pn Mi Hill travellej on a motor, cycle j Mr, anoV'Mrs. Con Rust, who have 'been employed R ,P'f Amiei son's on the ell? left East Helena, morn ing. Ber orr Saturday Miss Nellfe Alak'avlsh 'teacher at Tyrell's Lake' school, drove to Ray- mond on and spent the wcek pud with hei_ parents there t Mrs AVm TngdllSj who has-been tne j guest of Miss MorUand at the farm, returned to hei home m Lcthbiidge on Friday ot last week .Report has H that one young lady The commutee in chaise of the. celebration for Victoria Day completed all anange meats tor what should be a iplendfJ dav of sports The citizens hate sub scrShed Uhcraliv to the fund foi the purpose or purchasing and} some handsome cupi, are to be gnen awav Tbp best tepms m the diaiiitt art. to take part in the touina ment, and this will be the big feature in the Dai ton district m one mail last week receh ed 33 loti ei s almost ificjuire the sen ices of a it ail arc to receive in due Kotnc has been received fiom Mr Tail that in hib ibscnce next Sun Mr T D Higmbothafti oi Leili bndgp will conduct in the church here. A; nice party .was given- by Misses at the New Dayton Motel on Saturday night last in honor loid allowance came up for discus sion Soniet laibundeibtandiug seems to between thoso who are to have the load op cned an-J th'e owners of the land Jt seeuis to understood that the ar rangement the land should be donated top the road allowance, half being taken from ofS sectiuiii., and amounting that the government should construct the fences The regrettable about.-the, opening of "the road seems, to be "now that the people whom the road u ould benefit most, and ho during all the winter have been let ting ,down wires along .ths proposer roadway_.tq; admit of a to New DaytdnV are unwilling to donate the land. The opening ,of--the Tdati will mean that people living on the mm Hotel WOMEN, AVOID OPERATIONS Many Untuccesaf ul And Worse Suffering Often Fol- lows. Mrs. Rock's Case A Warning, The following letter from Mrs. Orvilfc Rock will show how unwise it is forw'o-. men to submit to the dangersof a surgical j able place foi digging and it south side'.o'i'. the., north row of sec- tions 01 the north side of the south rov> of be elhng noith one mile and back same distance, or sputh a mile and back the same reach tne tonn It was by1" the membeis piefa cnt that at the next meeting of the board the secretarv should be asket1 to comuiunicat-e with R 7 Got don, pioUncial eng'neer, asking for defi tiun us to nac steps should he taken lor the opening of I the road Another matter which came up for discussion the securing of a deci for and the fencing of the Daj-> ton cemetery The land which is on the east side of the south east IIIMI ter section was by Di D L Huntei on condition 'that it should be fenced and JKed up in first clas-, shape Tins provision 'he town ba3 failed to fuHl, but it was, thought that theie be no difficult) arranging with Di Hunter at thc present time, for the deed of the lana which was at the opening ot the town sue donated to the town It ib mi derstood that L B Duncan of the local store is to donate the wire k fencing, and that the Farmers Lumber] Yard, through Its representative, A Dunbar, and the Berker qnd Yates jard, through ,its representative, T Cousins, are to donate the posts W Rismgei, with the help Mr Gieeno, survejcd the parcel into 20 foot blocks each containing rows of plots each with a four foot pate between The land IK a desif Offers Unexcelled Accommodation For (he Traveling Public "The Junction Town" This Is For Trade 160 acres, 6 miles, fiom I own the load 80 under cnltivatioji; lioiiho and bam; all foncod, will ,trade lor or caltle. acre. Cousins Whitsel Land Co. New Dayton, Alta. T operation when often it may be avoided thought that the tonn should not hy taking Lyclia E Pmkhani's allow the opportumtj of securing the Compound She WHS tour weeks in location lapse the hospital came hoiiic suf of the Board of Trade' has information from (ho C P H toj the effect that an agent is to be W A lait, southern representa of the Lethbridge Daih heiald, uas piesent a proposal to the board to establish a New'Das ton page to appear twice a week wfthin thq dailj Issu-p of (he papci The pro- posal was lokkcd upon with favoi Ijj the members present, and will be KB L. B. Duncan Drj Goods Shelf and Heavy Hardware Groceries I'aini.s and Oils. Boots and Fittings American AVirc Fencing' H i New Dayton, Alta. ROOK, R R. No. 5, Paw Paw, Michigan. If you are ill do nol drag along until an. operation is necessary, but at orifee take I.jdia B. VegeUbte Compound. For thirty years it has sUji- dard-remcily for .women's and hlu restored th'e health of thousimls of suf- fering women. Whydon't you try It7 taken up at the tegular meeting' of the II way decided by this, gathering-to malto themseiv-as Tespon- sible for the purchase of a ImiKuudj copies, of the Annual Publicitj Num- ber o" the Herald in which New ton has two pages of descrlpth r mattoi Special pi In ting was also SWEET VALLEY Un 17 ting madp ,1 tup to I cllilind'c Ills ing T as engiecd m to music furnlsh- id M firmer and Stiirups, y. Inch included ,ill tlir, latest tunel ordered to be jutt on the ooyor of {h -magaxlnc giving proiJilnenco to New Dayton It decided that until bnsv biunmcr season is oxer tl.at ntcetfngs stall be held at night the ditc for next meeting of llic.boaril wan foi Juno 1st, at eight "o'clock. Ham Miik liab finished litoaklnj Juentj .uits for 1'anl Mos'pr Mr Knch has brought breaking home lo do MHIIC plowing for buns If The ,inil entl.rtiinnieiit to le held, at Sncct VnllrA >.cliool hovise las been postponed another ueok, to thc seaion The Irir.ids and neiKlilioft of lohn j Kjrkrmlill siirprurd him last Sat- uidjn cienini; Itrflrslnni of stian Icirici and iale wuc icivcd Dane- Silyer Spoons knives, forks and wrrinj pieces, iii manj exquis- ite dcsigiis, 'stamped This bropd is krwivn 'and ij made m I he heaviest 0rndc of plate. Satis- faction ir guaranteed hy ;