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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta of jlse fine Ahf Clocks This is witlift tho best Alarm Clocks I. hi America 'Five I early, Somet'i; It rais BIG by Miller Degener Stirling Merchants Alberta liStirli Drug Store Has alwaysShand a complete stock of DRUnd drug sundries TTieo'dfor'e Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Groceries .Hardware, Etc. The Pioneer store of Stlrlin Best goods at knye prices. courteous' i tl: A. E. Fawns Agent for Han osier STIRLING PEOPLE REAL ESTATE BOOMS AND NEW] SUBDIVISION IS BEING SUR- VEYED' Stirling, May 28.-The Taylor Mill- ing and Elevator Co. shipped a car ol wheat on 1 hursday night Nels the Stirling real es Hte dealer a business visitor to Lethbrldge on Mondas and Tues das of this week Wagoner Uleimn photograph ,rs fiom Lethblidge cune to tov n este'l-Jav morning ind drove to 7ohn liuiothv s n.lvviv construction camp where the; tool series of photo graphs of the different grading out- its at work. On Mondays fie.ght i tool house ai rived foi II W Tje lesident en g nee, on the W.rlu.1. Weybum line othya party n E Patterson was i visitol t .tacleod on Tuesday of this having to ittend court there n con ration i ith the sale of a ptece 01 tad ovtr which trouble Ins arisen Pattersons lame. George Patter son accompanied him tarot the Stirling Board o? Trade as well as being secretary of tl.c Ras PORTUGAL WILL UjyARCONl ACCEPT REPRESENTATIONS OF: BRITISH I DERS MODERN EQUIPMENT some of the members of the Board o? Tiade and they m tnrn communi cated with the mauater at the Unit tlmt Stirling windsa I goort chance of securing the sen ice ot this well known bank for the Tunction Henri Miisaen of Cann.ngav was a visitor toBtlrt.ngl.rt iveeK am on Mondav got an option on 110 auxi iht, north hilt of beet ..n courteous t.rein.-iiiB'it. to is our policy I Emeison Plows Tudliope ci Scpaiatois Dulls remnter Aslccd as to w bethel or not repoiter nmiiname his woik HM1 answers that E. Schaffer Ready made harness, aud harness, parts. Repairing a specialty. All work' guarahteod. International .Stock Food and Horse Medicine. Stirling, Alta. i. A. Perkins Son We opened a MacVsniith hop opposite Citizens Lumber ard and are prepaied to a m.m nn Sundnv were Mr ind Mrs McKJJ "ir and Mis McCnllougU New Diyton hat now a station ant a permanent ...nt. Mr Morgan taj HiB arrived from Maple Cieek hash. to take charge of the local ofl ce 11. L. Duncan, of Oil City, visiting with his brother, U II. Dun ot New Dayton. Mr. Dnnctr favorably impressed with the naytoh district, and sees a dre, Neighbors testltled that the couple 'were .continually drunk and that for two days obtained a divorce from her. S.nnance was given six-month., and tbo was allowed to go. Dry Goods SUelf aud Heavy Hardware Groceries Paints ami Oils UootH and Shoes, Steam Fittings American Woven Wire Fencing New Dayton, Alta. SECRETARY OF AGR1CUUTUR1' ee also -been aown tills sear In the and Xew Day- charge ot the services New Dayto church on Sunday, last. He vvns Lied by. Mr. Jordan ot l-ethbrldg who is an enrnest worker in the Su dav schools of that city. The a dresses of Messrs. Hlginbotham an Jordan were very interesting an in the New Dayion district are'most promising, and the outlook could not be hotter tor bum- crops Ihis year. Although the pre- cipitation has not been large, the crops are in no way suffering. The wheat.Ia looking well, and of the V ''I last rllliaj Standing the fact that It was the greatest enthusiasm TheNrioy7hunch'oi'rooTers'which well for baseball In (his town In the season of 1S12. OLD Ifl1.'1 "'ins there boon nv rc'.h niii: application lo strike' you .tic roll as a harriste) (Coi.lluiwd on liack pas' Louisville, Kj, May of the Presbyterian-general in session here voted to roclnd Hi action in naming Secretary of Agri- cnltnre Wilson as a delegate to the Ber-, Pun-Presbyterian congress at >en Scotland. This action I. have grovwn out ot the attendance, of Societary at the congress .in Chicago last summer. U S, TROOFtiwan and f new and the-' Cntnianfiia, Cu nioisture continue, c. naval no doubt as here at rcaped as "6jncrent seeing, hnHMs }A, m rather the I'inil-cs fru, strciistii l ii" '-1 V ;