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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Hustling Town of Warner Enforcement of the. Law. 'If there is one thujg mdre than an- ilu.t American people admire -now over hveuty and the average attendauw been I The School; The people of VVauier aie in getting alter educational ad-! high. Th tru-stm-, F. S. Ltffingwell, fvantageh oi the countiy. By the' Geo. B. Snapp, treasurer -about Canada Jt is, the adrmmstra- i, j ,1 t J ,V I tncv nact the required number of j and M. Mangin secretaiv, aie push- of jusuce, and If their udmira-j c'uldieii steps, woie> alrr-ady com-! mg ahead a fine new school, goot> out inoiv to one body than i pit-ted to have the >-chool started. Itjthat will cost (hive thousand another in that connection, xitj "_, the itoyal .Noith Mount! Police. Whether there it> settle- J Jrticnt or not these red-coated rollers f the plains uiH be found in all j parts of the country fearlessly, hon- i und impartially enforcing His Majt-st.v's laws and defending his -jects and those sojourning in his ter- ritory front those who would not re- gard the lives and property of oth- sacred- were it not for helping oft-times forcible advice given f -them by these guardians of the peace i At Warner there is a small police I station The Barracks jb a small and the detachment is not there beinjf' only one younsf Canadian readers will be par- ticularly interested m this young po- liceman when they learn that this their stock one his dairy farm'in :IMr and came to Warner. One of'the first Bros, j he did .was, to erect the large, The pioneer .stbie of Warner is j two .storey building in which his store i thai now owned by the ThompsonsBro is located, the upper storey being us-; In April James Thornp-jed for living apartments It is a fine} arrived in Warner and erected! laige building being twenty-five feet the first tent in the place having by forty-eight. Beside.s carrying on come to live on the twenty-five bun-1 the legular businesb of a general store died acm> lie had bought from theOJMi. deals in coal fiom the W. Kerr Co. Realizing the necessity-' Obcnl mine, which pioduces a very for a .store he made provision for one fin.- quality of coa! and m FARM HOME OF M. J. CONNER Who Has Only Been in the District Six Months' I true tlioy" had no building but the At present school is being conducted j The O. W Kerr Co. managers are f men %-fao lay considerable stress up- on religion, several of them being active church Avorkers and holding responsible positions m the different religious bodies to which they be-J long. It was not to be wondered at then the company should member -of the famous, .mounted po- is u-ue wiMv iiau no ouiiamg out me At present school is being conducted j uie" iata- tjie, company siiould give 0. W. Kerr Co. having vacated very limited quarters in one of of a free church site and ofhce in the town, it allowed the, stores of the Fowler block. It is ex- a Cttsn of five hundred dollars to lice stationed by at this -IHtle .station Ls none1 other than the second of Sir llibbert Tupper, "Who has abeady held a prominent Place in Canadian public life and j _ lair to. hold a gi eater one yet. j Jt is not out 01 keeping lor The of the veteran Sir Charles "Tupper to be a member of the police lorce for there a and braver fighter in Canadian pub- lic than tlie doughu old knight. .And Constable Tapper's superior of- ficers .tudgti him to be Of the same stiST as his fathers ior as of them expressed it, "he is a good constable -.attenas to business and is -always on the hike The sub-station was, opened m Au- -zptst, 1907 in charge. When he left for -In. January to take Corporal class work Constable Tupper was placed i JFnsppctor Howard of Coutts is the i -officer in charge of the Milk River District and the magistrate for the1 It is expected, however, in a -very short time a police magistrjte will be appointed at War- ner. tiustees for a school room. Miss J. Gilehrist was th first teachei open- ing up the school -in -September, 1907. pected that tlie new school will be ready for occupation by the midsum- mer holidays. At Xew Beat's she was succeded by [The Regions Life. .Air. John Mackwood a young Irish-1 The spiritual welfare of the people Belfast. There Of Wai ner is being well looked after. with Constable Jenkyn j the first church to take hold of thej there. In Haj, 1S07, R. H. Harden, a Methodist student, from Wesley College. Winnipeg, came" and started hoIdmg 'services during the college vacation but as the Metho- dist church had no man to Sena in his place at the time or his return, the work dropped Jn 'October, -Rev. M. J. Conner, 01 Evangeli- cal Church or America came up from Sioux'City. Iowa to live in Darner, having: previously bought land there. Although there was not a member of his church in the settle-; mciit outside of his own family, he started work and undertook the erec tion. of a church. GENERAL STORE OF W. H. SOICE Ms residence and which he keeps on ice. The people of allots completion put m a, stock [The Citizen's Lumber Co. denominations joined his church so j goods, as were most neeessary to the The Citizens' Lumber Co., of Korth that now he twenty-three. a membership of new -settlement. Last year-die erect- It is, expected that Jed the fine store now occupied by the when they their new church er- hrm and in November he sold to his ected that the work will progress 'two sons. William E., and E. J. much faster. The npw edifice is to cost between three and four thousand Thompson, who are conducting; a ge- neral store business. They have the) Dakota, ivho have 'this week" Txmght out Leffingwell Egan's lumber "bus- iness are a large concern doing busi- nes, in several of the north central T'f afntao O4. 00lf AUStin, Of M. E. MANGIN more. G. J. the and general manager oi the company' ntatefe that it is the intention of the to put in a twenty-fiW." thousand dollar stock which will mean .approximately a million feet and will sell inwholesale or retail quwii, I uties Lumber oi every description' and dimension will stodt "as will be lime plaster, cement; brick, and other building They will be in a position to the neighboring towns "from the ner yard. Their property includes seven and win have a fine lot of shediV for the lumber and other A' fine ofBce is being erected this and "will be in charge of E. J. of Kciimare, forSteriy Langwarthy Lumber .Co., for years -who has come ,io to settle and grow up with' the country? The Livery. LiflSngweE Eganrto conduct their large farm land business hare a livery in connection. They "keep to six teams all the iimelmd do a good Seal of dealing in horses. This spring, they are bringing" hi large bunck of horses they have purchased. states head office at St. registered in Oardstoiu Ther dollars and will be a very complete postoffice in their store. claim little church. The main body of the I that business has heen very good and! Saskatchewan with present headquar- building- is 28 bv xnth a t-u ters at Medicine Hat. although it is e wj wun a lecwreiis increasing- rapidly. There are no Vi 1 T -j T likely that Lethbndge in a short a large and comfortable Iff cry-" room adjoining 1.8 by 28. The pul- signs of a financial stringency around THOMPSON BROS'. GENERAL STORE, IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE AND POSTOFFICE ihe Post Office Store The Store of Quantity, Quality 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. A General Stock of Staple Dry Goods I Best Quality Loivest Prices Full Stock of J BOOTS SHOES Full Line of Groceries Always Fresh Highest Market Price Paid for EGGS BUTTER Fresh Fruit in Season Fancy Confectionery Tobacco and Cigars Patent Medicines for Man and Beast Stationery Novels Agents for Columbia Gramaphones and Records High-grade Flour and Meal Feed of all kinds- pit and choir loft measures 10 by 20 tha whole being- surmounted by a tower 8 by 8. It is, expected that it will be completed by the middle of the summer. In connection with the church is a young society with 3, large membership" and all the departments fully organized.. _Mr. Will is the president and Miss ilae Soice! the The Sunday School is a flourishing institution under the superintendency of Mr. George Barrows. One remark able thing about -this school is that the average attendance is almost one hundred_ per cent, of the enrollment, j There is also a regular mid-week prayer meeting under the of }r.r. George B. Snopp. i lTr. Conner is opening up another! appointment ahont twelve miles east j of "Warner where there is quite a i number oi settlers Jiving m close pioxjnnty The minister fourteen years m the _nork in Iowa. He is a very earnest and energetic and is' very highly cstewnied by his people Besides Zookuiqr aftor the spiritual! welfare of the people he finds time' to help his boy- m the management of his fine farm just on the outskirts' of the town. i i Business Houses The people of Warner have a great j big iaith in their town anfl country. Xo one has