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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L'STIUnXSOGE DAILY Page "THE JUNCTION TOWN" Big Ben Just received a shipment of these fine Alarm Clocks This is doubt the best'Alarm. Clocks. -Made in America Five minutes early, Sometimes ten; It xaises BIG BEN. Sale" by j'MiJIer Degener General Merchants Stirling Alberta Stirling Drug Store Has always on hand a complete stock of DRUGS and drug sundries Theodore Brand ley Dealer in Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Groceries Etc. Th'e Pioneer Store of Stirling i. Best, goods ai, lowest possible mid courteous trealmcia to all, is our policy. Stirling, AHa. A. E. Fawns Agent lor Decring Unrvosi.er Maoliinovy Emerson Plows Tudhope Buggies Sawyer Massey Eng'ines Separators Hossidr Press Brills Stirling, Alia. E. Schaffer t x Ready made harness, r and harness pants. Repairing'a specialty. All work.guaranteed. Internitional Stock Food and Medicine, Stirling, Alta. B. A. Perkins Son We have opened a. blacksmith shop opposite iLumber jard and are prepared to GENERAL AND REPAIR BUSINESS Plow Pointing and Sharpening A Specialty Stirling, Alta. Men Wanted FOP RAILROAD WORK On Hue east of Stirling. Apply .on the work. Atao will buy good baled tim- othy or blue joint. 'JOHN TIMOTHY Maybutt Poit Office FOUND NO BODIES Montreal, May Montuiagny in port this morning from the scene of the Titanic, disaster- after being sixteen dajs at sea. The ship abandoned the search, not having picked up any additional. bodies. The Atonlmagny passed a number of Ice- bergs, some ;Qf them iltty in stumping out the opium Irafllc will be made during the.Noithtrn Baptlsi convention which ouens here tomor according to. an announcement Dr. n. S. Martin, of Plttsbnrg, superintendent o-r the reform associa tion, is behind the movement. ;TO STAMP OUT OPIUM TRADE' Des Molnes, Iowa, May obtaining reform laws and for TO PROTECT AMERICANS Washington, May a result of reports of danger to 'American lives and property in Cuba, the Navy D> partment, at the request of the Slate Department, ordered naval transport Priario to embark 500 mar- inei ct proceed im- mediately to the United States naval station at Guantanamp .to join the gunboats Paducah and Nashville. CROPS LOOK GOOD AROUND STIRLING Stirling, May J. Uleman and ft. P. AYagiirer, of the Western Photo Co., of Ijpthbrldge, w-e're in town to- lay, taking pictures of the prominent )uslness houses here. y. Budd and J. D. Hall, who are running largo steam outfits in Stir lips districts, received two cars of coal -from Lctlibridge oh Thursday. A. Jeffrey was in town.on Thurs- day last. .Mr. JeJfcray, who Is one of. tho largest farmers in. the district, reported that the rain of the. 'fast week put the soil in splendid eondi-j tlcn, and the crops now grow! very 1'nnidly.-' Mr. Jet (ray baa Just completed seeding operations on farm. What is StirMng-going to do about a baseball team this jear? it is high! time the locil spcris got tcgethc.', an did something to wards the orEuuUa- tion of a team LO represent Stirling j iu the Scuth Alberta League N-'UJ I Tuesday a meeting Is to be he'd m Raymond, and delegates fvom all-ihs other touns oi Soathuj Aloeila Millj be present. Stirling lias bc-an tender-j an Imitation to sord a itpicsopta the, and U is hoped tint tnc "Junc-i j tion Town" Rill no: fa 1 sliurt in Hi a' regard, nnj mat S' 'OK .ij team in t.he'fisld.tbat will' br.ng huu-i' or and uedlt to this cct i-i-iiy. A large number qf SMil'ng were.inattendance athletic! iqeet of the I_ A, at jes-i tertlay. They-report a splendid day In the Sugar Town. Stirling visitors to Lethuridge since Johnson, II. E. Uoidsworthy, J.-.-D. Hull, Kd.-Foley, John Tim, othy, and T. Nichols. The Minister of Public Works, the Hon. -C...H.Mitchell, accompanied -by Mr. Perry, spent a few hours in.the Stirling district on Thursday. A Boost .for Stirling Every person living in the Stirling district should be wide-awake and alive to the fact that they aro living- in one of the best, If not the beat, eeetfons 01' the country in the whole province of Alberta.- Stirling is get- ting wide publicity at the present time and sh-3 will, get mote in the future. There-are the resources and .trans- portation facilities here to make the town, the most important point in Southern outside of Leth- bridge. The full force of this state fiieiit, however, will .only be fully ap prcBiut'tid when the LethbridgeAVey- burn Is completed, and active bus- iness is commene-ad over the road. I-et every citizen- labor to keep Stir- ling, ab the Junction Tovn, to the fiont. One vnr of doing this, Is to glva our any mforff'aticn xor news happenings of SlUrng rnd its peop'le This Mill be Ideally a rraclated, and bdost EXPLANATION Throws1! some misfortune, winch we had no control, the budget of news from NOT, Davton does not ap- i -in this Is sue of the PJerald. A slight niisundertanding ..existed be- tuesn oui coires- A and thp Raj moiul of ficc, arid it was. impossible to the town. Drop, your ncw's items in the post-office, addressing the Herald Correspondent, Stirling. This paper will do the rest. Crops Looking Good Perhaps, there is no.busier district the province than Stirling at this particular .time of. the year. By far the greater portion of the wheat is in the ground, and the other grains are now being sown. The rain storm of the past week has: been a g-r-aat boon to the .farmers, and they are much encouraged over the prospect of a bounteous harvest. The ground was becoming pretty dry, and some t-3- gan to complain of the drought.' But the rain 'descended at a most oppor- tune mcment, and. the spirits .of'-the community, are now of a much more happy "The crops are doing remarked .a wall-known farmer, the other day, "but they could atand a.lit- tle more moisture. Of course, the rain we did get, helned out a gieat deal, but there was hardly sufficient fell'to'suit me.' 'However, we certaiu- lyjiave no cause to complain, and J feel tbat are going to get a good A crop. Jf wo do, I'believe that Stir- ling will boom an she lias never booni- jd befoie. All we want now ia n proa W. McD. Tait Southern Representative of the Herald 4 i Has opened an office in the -buildimg 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. e j year to make Stirling leap to and conic to Tier own.' Church Service Tomon'ow at. the Presbyterian Church, Mr. John D. Higinbotham, of Lethbridge, .will occupy the pulpit. Mr. Higinbotham is an eider of the Pres- recehs tut, Dvei the long bytermn Church, and a ligctous Sun- School worker, itt the city of distance yesterday, -Victoria Day, being a public holiday. The hap- peinngs will npjjear jn an e.irlj edition of the Herald. e een Hotel Offers Unexcelled Accommodation 1 For the Traveling Public Stirling, Lethbridge. Sunday School will bej ;held at the usual hour. At the Church Jesus .Christ1 of Latter Day Saints, the afternoon service will bo Jield lit the usual hour, 2 p.m., and Sunday School, at 10 a.m. WAR SCARE WHICH FELL VERY FLAT Whenever you feel a headache coming'cn tike Headache Wafers They stop headaches promptly and surely. Do not co'nlaln opium, morphine, phenacelin, tcetanlifd or other dangerous drugs. box tt your Druggist's. v 125 NATIONAL DflUO AND CMIMICAL CO. or CANADA, LIMITED. TELEGRAPH TRIED TO EXCITE' ENGLISH PEOPLE BUT THEY DIDN'T RESPOND London, Mar 20. A war scare launched bj the Daih Tclcgiaph on Saturday morning lias fallen flat m London It is nrtuallv ignored here. The scare was based or, a story the Paris-Eclair that M. Louis, the1 ItTciuh am hat, savior to Russia hail been recalled on a dc-i man (I by foreign Slinister Leyolsky on Premier Poincare. The demand was made, it is stated lie-cause M. Louis worked ..contrary, tn Russia's plan to help Italy diplomatically, i gainst Turkey and secure its reward in the opening of tlie The plot has thickened by tangling it up with the- Marscba] Von Hicber- stein incident. Europe was described as being in a helpless drift towards, a crisis whicli was due to schemes to grab spheres iof influence in 'Asia Minor and open the Dardan- elles. Germany was ready Id take art- vantage, of the scheme by regularizing her status in Syria and Asia Minor The'outcome-indicated is ''tho com- mercial partition of Turkey n lanri was to be bribed to accord by the' offer "-of a lincral share of ihe spoils Unfortunati the Pimcs sinf- ultaneously described the story showing that- M. Louis was slated to go several months ago hccaus'3. .his wife. could not stand the -Russian The paper adds that Hussla lias no complaint against M. Youis, who is now in Paris and has ly anno'iinccd after an interview M. Poincaire thai .lie intends to re- turn to .St. No change is'toxpccled until after the meeting between M. Kazoncff and Premlnr Polncairn n few weeks hence.; Therefore -in no is. all tnc premises, aficr tlic Telegtaplis deductions arc grant- ed iCTiain mj stic It ib admitted that no power is working to produce a convulsion The greatest daigei seemed to lie in the theory that GrCat Britain as the world's great- est Mqhaiiimctlan power might find MEXICAN REBELS WONIDVANTAGE NEW DAYTON Ilchcl Front, Rellano, 23 30 ti m J May ,1 Champs has captured two field artil it to her interest to ugoiously noKa- lcrT plcces> antl Ollc gim ,rom tirc any soil or parti- lhe On the left Vd- ton ot the dominions of Lhe Sultan, appears to be with the leb- ali hpi i ES the vice resent ;of .the prophet. rtu> ttft- fttot pmrmtntltf t, SICK MEADACHE A Sj'rapiom oi Troubles Which art Removed by Dr. Morse's Indian ItMtlUls. .Sick hcadachci ire not merely ffiictionj to be borne u patiently Jit possible they danger signals. They., never come unless the digestive system is out of order, and their regular recurrence ii proof positive of serious trouble and i warning that ihould he heeded promptly. Sick headaches we caused by hon, Biliousness or Constipation, and no of 'headache will do more than temporarily relieve them. only way to get rid of them entirely is to cure the Constipation or Indigestion that u causing them, and nothing will do thii quicker or more effectively than Dr. Msrsf'-j Indian Rest Pills, Dr. Morse's Indian Root tre purely vegetable in character, ind tre free from any harmful dnig. For over fifty years they have been in constant use in Canada, and proved most effective in regulating the aiding digeition, banishing tick headaches and ratoring Vigorous health, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilli hive the test for over fifty years, zje. tt all dealers. K. Comttock Co., Brodwlle, rib. Thpy are holding their positions General Hticcta, Federal chief, at- tempted A flank movement behind hills to the but'was unsuccftss-i ful Qen Orozco has been on fhe fir-j ing line since 5 oVIock 8 30 the federal main column fell back and the' flank movement was checked The federal fire was -desultory This Is For Trade town with school- across the road; 80 acres-under cultivation; small house aud-ljarii; all friiccd, will ,trade for horsos or cattle. Pjiec per acre.i Cousins Whitsel Land Co, New Dayton, Alta. COWLEY i Cowley, Jlny D. spent Sunday in Pincher Creek. C. Robinson left on'Friday night for Calgary, where he will ta'ke a whirl at the human hake-oven lo see If it will do anything toward driving away the rheumatism" .he has been suffering -from for the past two weeks. J. Easterbrook started out on Saturday to finish up ;i few jobs of threshing that were left over from last Tall. Some people hope to'thresh two crops this year. Milton Robinson made a business trip" to HiUcrest nud Hellevue en Fri- day. While there he sold four hug- gies and democrats Thos, Shepherd's gasoline plowing out-fit has been laid up this week ow- ing IP breakages. Misses Agnes and Ethel Welsh, of Lundbreck, wero in town on Satur- day, i Mr. and Mrs. W. B.' Drewry weroj visitors .to Lundbreck on Sunday.' They were accompanied by 'their daughter. Anna, and Gilbert Drewry. A soclnl .evening was spent in the Parish room of St. Adrain's church on I-'rlday evening. .Songs, readings! and instrumental music wore numerous on tho programme ..which was well liked. Games played, after which a light lunch was served with1 coffee and ice regret that the' Duncan Dry Goods Shelf and Heavy Hardware Groceries Paints and Oils Boots and Shoes, Steam Fittings American Woven Wire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. pGoplo here siw the announcement off firs bereaved parents by his many tha death of Morley Hoitigo, of Kin- nondale. Ho resided hero with his parents some two years, while Mr. Hoidge filled the position ol school master. Much sympathy is felt., for The Jef fnes- Johnson moving pict- res mo being exhibited through tha? Pass, It is nopcd they will ftt Cowley. _C WOMEN CURED AT NOIE (Hi PC My on the orfdtit, ttio conypstion, tdiunr atid.t onRthciiIiiR- the nerves, atid re- rfmcdy, lo each partfi T will lady --v? v Birenfjinemnff- ine nerves, nnq re- stnrhiiT jierfert lii rtn, In order to convlrcc nil suffprlns nomen of the 'Vdlue; of ill n bo-i, cnoilKli for len days' ireitmpnl. nhsfthitwy1 id I UK mo her adcircBS. MRS. FRANCES E. CURRAH, Wtfwr, Ortfc ;