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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHiRIDGf, A P R L II, jfW H if of tht Law. 1C theie is one Hung moic than an- that Ainencaii "people .admite .-about Canada it- Is the adnuuifctra- r r I tion of justice, 'and if their adnma- The people of Warner are m getting after the, educational ad- of the country. By the tinie tljey had tlie icquired nunibei of ehildien bteps ah.'ndy com- out moro to one body another m thai comiccliou, it, to thu J loyal Xculh West, Mount od Police Whether there setUc- wwnt op jcd-coated iaders of the plains" will be" found in nil neUs of the countiy fearlessly, hour ,itul jmpiii'tiully enforcing ilib ?M.ajest3 V anil frus jecis ujtd those hojouijiing in his lei those uould not m- tho Hiul propci ty of oth- uvifrl were, it not for helping fuici'uic udviit} given by Uu-se gumdi.ins oi the peace theie is a small police The Barracks is a small -affair ami the dctnihment is noi Jarge, theie being only one Doting jnnn. Cunadian icadeis will be par- "iicuhu Ij J'liiM'osted in this po- liceman when they loam that tins member of the famous mounted po- iice hliitibiK-d himself at this station is other than the second son of Sir Jhbbett Tuppei, "who has nlieady hulil a place m Canadian public life and fan hold ,i gie.ucr one >et It is not out of" keeping 101 the of the' Sir (Jhaites TupjxM to u ntcmhoi of the police for there was a st longer fighter in Canadian pub- lie lue than the doughty old knight .And Constable Tuppei's supei 101 of- HCPIS him to be of the sninc AtuiT as his Tuthcrs for as one of them. expressed it, "he is a good'consttible -sittends to business and is always on the hike." The sub-station in Au- 1907, Constaljle Jenkyn in charge When he left foi Regum in .January to take Coipoia? class -woik, ConstabJo was placed there. Inspector How'urd of Coutts is the -officer jn Uuugo of the Milk River Dasti-ict and the for the he had houglit horn UieO.jMj Soice deals in from the l Ken Co. the necessity Obi in mine, which produces a very I foi a htorc he made provision for one NIK quality of coal and in FARM HOME Of M. J. CONNER Who HM Only Bttn in the District Six Months is true they Jind no building but the 0. W. Kerr Cp' having vacated their oflice in the town, it ..was allowed the tnistees foi A- school room. Miss J. iilchribt was th fir'jt teachei open- ing up the school in. Septonibci, 1907 New Year's she was by Mr. John Mackwood, A young man, just out 'from Belfast There At present school is.beijig conducted in vety limited quarters in one of the stoics of the Fowler block It is ex- pected that the school will be ipady foi occupation by tho midtuiu- mei holidays, The Rtligious Life. The spuitual welfare of the people of U'amer is being looked aftei. that m Mt I'hc O, Kcri Co. m.magus are i men who lay considerable, stress up- i on religion, f 01 them being j active church uorkcis and holding1 responsible positions m the different leligious bodies to which they lie- long. It was not to Ix; wondered at then that the compain should give the piomisc of u chinch site and a cash'gift of five hundicd to the first (hi'ich to 'tu.ke iiold oi the woik there., Jn May) l'J07, II U Hat den, a Metlwxliht, siiuh nt, fioni CoUegy, Winnipeg, came ami started nokling services during the college bufe as the Metho- dist chuich to semi m his the time'or his the work'was In Jlviv. .1 of the cal Church of Xprth came up fj om" Sioux City; Iowa, to m Wainei, having previously bought! laud theie Although tlu-re not] a member of his chuich in the settle- ment outside of his laimly, he startwl woik and undcitook the eiec GENERAL STORE OF W. H. SOtCE when erecting hfe residence and upon tion of a church. The people of fn a stock of such denominations joined his church so that now he has a membership of twentv-three It is expected that when have their church ei- ected that the progiess much faster The new edifice is to cost .between "three' and four thousand goods as were most necessary to the new settlement. Last year he erect- ed the fine store now occupied by the firm and: in November he sold to his two William E, and E. J. Thompson, who are conducting a ge- neral store business. They have the dollais and uill be a ver.v complete postoffice in their store They claim THOMPSON BROS'. GENERAL STORE, IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE AND POSTOFFICE r TVTe Post Office Store little chinch, Ihc mam body of the building 28 by 12 a lecime room adjoining 18 by The pul- that business has been very good and is incieasing rapidly. There are no signs of a financial stringency tiround pit and choir loft measures 10 by 20 jtllcir place Wm. H. Soiee. the whole being surmounted b towei V8 by 8 It is expected that it will Ixj completed the middle of the summer The Store of {juantity, guality and Variety GENTS' FURNISHINGS Working Clothes, 'Overalls, Smocks, Mitts; Gloves An especially good line of Sheep Skin Coats Ready-Made Suits to fit everyone etc. 4- A General Stock of Staple Dry Goods Best Quality Lowest Prices Full Stock of BOOTS SHOES 4 Full Line of Groceries Always Fresh Highest Market .Price Paid for EGGS BUTTER Fresh Fruit in Season Tobacco and Cigars Fancy Confectionery Patent Medicines for Man and Beast Stationery Novels Agents for Columbia Gramaphones and Records High-grade 'Flour and Meal Feed of all kinds Last November Wm. H.- Soice sold meat which he'keeps on ice. The Citizen's Lumber Co. The Citizens' Lumber Co., of North Dakota, who have this week bough out Leflingwoll Egan's lumber DUB iness are a large concern doing busi ness in' several of the' north centra states -with h'ead office at St. Paul Minn., and registered in Alberta andj Saskatchewan .with present" headquar- ters at'.Medicine Hat, although it is likely that Lethbridgc will in a short time be the bead office. The com- pany already have acquired fourteen M. E. MANGIN "I r y more. G. J. Hansch, the secreUry and general manager ot the 'coniiptay states that it is the' intention" of tta: company to put in a twenty-five thousand dollar stock which will main approximately a million feet aadt' vill .sell inwholesale or retail quaiv hies Lumber of every description and dimension will be kept in stock as will be lime plaster, cement, brick, and other building' They will lxi in a position to supply the neighboring towns from the War- ier yard. Their property" includes seven lots and will have a hue: lot of ior' the lumber and other material? A fine office is being erected and will be in charge of E.1 J. Welsh; of Kenmare, N." D. formerly'with the Langwarthy Lumber Co., for three years who has come .to Warner to settle and grow up with the country. H The Livery. Lc-ffingwell A Egan to'conduct their large farm land business have a livery. iu connection. They keep "fouri-to six teams all the time and do a deal of dealing in horses. This spring' they are bringing in a large bundi' of horses .they have purchased from Woolf Austin, of have a lorge and comfortable livery j barn. The The blacksmithing for the ity is done George lumber yards in Alberta and Sas- who has the .agency for some katchewan and are negotiating for ments as well.' In connection, the church is a. young people's s'ociety with. a largo membership and all the departments lully Thompson is the president and Mae. Soice the secretary k Sund.iy School is a flourishing! institution, undei the supci mtendeiicy of George Barrows. One remark able thing about this school IK th.it the average aitondamois almost.one I bundled per tent, oi the cnioHmenc. i "Iherc is also a uvular mul-ucek. meotmjr undu the leadejsh'pj of CJeorgc B Siupp f Conner is up another ftppomtmLnt aijont miles cast of Wanner vheie trine u, qaute a l.irg-e number ot beiilns living close pioxmnu The mmivtoi fourteen ye.us in the in low.i lie is a veiy "eat net.1 and and 15 very highly esteemni his> people Besides lookmcr attn tho spintual wc'lfaio of the pooplt he finds time to help his in the management} jj or his fine farm juVi outskirts' of the town Business Houses The people of hate great biif taith in their n anff country. No one has a. ki k and everyone thinks he Is located in exactly Lhc j host place on the lontincnt. Tlui! business men have shown their faith j in the place laum lung out strong in their business, HIM stmcnts. I IU u i i i 11 u i i I i M i i i 11 i I i i 111111 i i I Hi ill 11111 i i l i i i I i i i Everything You SUPPLIED BY f t I WM. H. SOICE MACHINERY Mojllering Mangin On ''the 12th of .young.'-men W. F Moelleririg two and it I We have the Agency for the McCormick Ma- chinery Best Goods Lowest Prices L pmpson General Merchants, Warner, Alta. FULL LINE OF SUPPLIES FOR I HOMESTEADERS, RANCHERS I AND TOWNSPEOPLE ii Groceries always fresh good I stock of Crockery and Glassware has just arrival J X I i J W. F, MOELLERtNG lj -.MivKJ'Mangin, up a hardware j furnittifo" in the new i fomu'T bfini: a hardware" i man and plumb; r aii'l the l.ittcr tho f man to'look after fxirniturc end i {of the? hxtsino.s.s havinc had previous] in that line. They have i a ;arge store now bni building a 'largo addition which Mn-y will uso for j tho hirnihiro with 'a tin and phimlvi ing shop 'in tho nw. They drv, ing a big 'business, fur givator than! j thoy over anticipatnl and it is j stantly prowinjr. Th- tveord of their; j.sales of homostoftdrv'- stoves is one i jihat "is hard to 'domands of their hu-iness thoy aro 1 Lamps, Lanterns, and Light Tinware. Salt Meats of All Kinds Fresh Meat in Cold Storage Confectionery Tobacco Cigars Highest Prices Piid for Butter and Eggs THINGS TO COVER YOUR BODY In (he Daytime Ready Ide Swts, Skirts; Smcks, OrerJs, ad Skes, htters, Gkret. A iac Ime Hats aW Caps. Jfwdry all kids at afl prices. In the Night Time--Excefleirt of Blankets, Wts and i t J. e Stock of and Suit Cases Dealer ii Flwr, W, Oils and Caalin aoj "t If there is anything you want that we have not in stock, we can get it for you I i Wm. H. Soics General Merchant Warner, JUta, I i ;