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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Winter Wheat and Irrigated List Us. We O. W. iCErRR connections all through the United S RiiMM Reveries Dmcameb. a liivo where all tieau- ustei'^ � iK.j.s an-d their honey- 'iplu ,ot holy rovoiilings P^td l^vo^Tt s hi-ig'ht angels with "Ivfl^^n.y wilier. 'ilien wilj. il be. when afar on life's bliloxv ^\|^drev�r jou- tempast, tossed chil-rt;.'i "iTnm lire lliing �J^Jtj^ig foi' the shad up till your Iricnds laiX! diad. Fill their lives with swcet-'Ino^s. Speak approving, chc-oriirg wortis while their cai-'s can hear thtam ami while thoii- hjart.i ciui Ixi'tihrillod �by thf>ni. The flowers you moan to wend .for ihai'r collins, send to brighten and swootCM"' thoir. homes Jjofore Ihey Uave them. Ixjt us loam to unoint our friends befoi^ hand for their burial.j If you havo gontlie woit may lio�/V8 but not IteartB. Home is whora peoce, cpiiiTori and happin.}ss rciign fatl^r whis'tlcsl imrrily, where moth-of^ ^ings choei'llS'. Where children are happy, ioyous Itna gay, where tha j lattriiy gathartj �\ around the evening lojnli, busy with books, the needlo iHe papers and lh3 playthings and LotU In. the sunshine of each o'thier's � White roses, daisies, meadow-stars that \yc Mine own deal- nauKisako lot thorn smile and make The ttir, while yet 1 brcatho- it, sweet for uie. For lovin-.; looks, though fraught with tenderness, SatiMulay News is his recent oleotion US a director of tho Alberta Farm^ crs' Associii'lion; but there are ot'h -CI' reuson.s vh,\' tho.v .should '1-e ae-vjtiaintetl wii>h his personali'ty. I't should tie no small'lor of prklo that Alljarta has l;�en able 'to at -tract su(h a man to its citizonship. Mr. Marker was born at Spetetburyt Kindly tears, though they fall tihick i^xon. tnglaml. 25. 1859, and fa�t, iond is the .voung' sen of ths Hev. And words of praise, alas! ch�,'�' ^- Marker (or many years vicar tnna, the' yaiir the first Alonnon settlers arrivetl and continuGcrafaiy of the ' Caivfcjton branch and is also a director of the Agricultural Fair Assooia'tion, Secretary of tha Uoai-d of Trade,  ntr.mkcr of the Town Council, and in ' January 1907 became a director' in I IN CHOICE SELECTED THE TMBO naught avail. To lift \h3 .shadows that's jjiist. the Alberta Farmers' Associiation. of Spol�hury, Oxon and later of Car- 'Always a fawner in spirit and ttevot-from a life's >n Crav.n. Yorkshire. Ho spent '^ outdoor life he hopes to be al- '^iloiirt-HB iwtr; utoivjiy four stjuai'a OI'"�oud-r-wl �brl'ck , awd ^ siwicious 'this carpenter is ^brouKl in the land 'and'i�|iny ;(cw holm's are gomg up. JJrrtH* fciWo/ Ihehi laiio to '1�o6cciipi'ijd hyi^'ouilif peopre, who .have, lately I goj^l through the oinleal of a wedding! ~1 nuireh and i'narriago cciN}nH>i)y. Asf4 nmttor uf coui-so tharp has l>i.�on a deal of talkSing' '''uiider Hhe . i-oil" about the , lotiivtlon, the style of f ra,?ohitoctuR!, thei quality and (luftiftity of furnitiuo] to )� purchased,^ �ind how tliey; 'Intond to live when -they take possession of t'his im|lir^iie(>d,.,4''dan. ()h\ wo wish , we co�H^ iilipj'esi -it on  nloir m'livd.s that H '||fAind "bright 1-ut nothing exceeds I City alone and iourne.vcd up to IW-iha joy of home and bliss of our l'n:;�. Mont., for the Ndrtihorn l\\c-ov, n fuosrde. It is the place of \ 'f'C did not run much further, and gladivss where burns t�he'firelight j o''*-a'iK-''l work cn a cow ranch on tha bright. We cross the door.sill and iMiisso'-'hall l{|vi;r. Tn the spring of enter ils^threshold to fiiHl the gar-; 1881, the following year, he again den of paradiho. We cannot Iw in took lo the roail, ami wUh ihive tlifforent to 11k� sweet aittraotions, iolh-jiv* siai-tt-d for Albarla ovcrUind siinple pleasure.s, -pleasant, conwr-'an.l arrived at tha Coal Hanks on ways identified with farmiing inter -esls and thcjprogress of Agriculture. He has always baen an animal and bird crank and started showing chickens .�hen lii years okl. Hia ho* brixl and .shown lots of winners in dog.s, cnls, guinea pigs, poultry and liigcvns. Has jwlged in Fngland au�i An:oricu. in Londoji, FnglNod, at Now York, '1'hiladelphia, Chicago, 'i'oronto Indu.strinl. llJctrolt, New York Slate Fair, Syracust-, N.Y., llochcster N.Y., Cleveland, Winnipeg Victoria, B.C., and nuniero'us othar places, and at soma of tlicse sworal times. Ha has own.'tl and breer '.bix>:'r�iM cats in America and treatotl them homoe -pathicully an:l was so successful her writing:Was l'i in tl..- liistoryl Wtat, and w� advisa intending purohaaers to COMt NOW iMlM your flictioiw BETORE SOMEO^aD ELSE GETS YpUH OPPOfl I M. C. KNOWLES, cen^ Duluth, Minnesota. sation a*ld sweta songs of the fannily tl>e Bc>lly Hiver (which is Lathhridge ^^e Book of the Cat (Cassli), circle. Nona are moiv bright, more now) in "May, IK8I. That sumnwr pure and-hona more like the love of ;�'�'� stJC"' |>utliiig up hay for tha highest heaven.- It is more like v*n thah any spot on earth. Sonne oitb has .sa'd, '/It is a special creation of Christianity." Tliera is no othsr spot on earth '> dear. How men. fong lor its qulat and no- at Coclirano Ijnn.h and Ih:^' wiivti,'r the Muii'h ad Itainh tv o mik-s li>w the Ccchmnu. In the spring of tBSsM the f.3bellion broke out and Mr. Barker joined the Hocky Mounta'n iUn;:ers ut Mac,'fod and spa^n't tha finse, ."I loni' to sae homia," foals suinmar at Medicine Hat and on the the Siiilor lad as ha climbs fha .mast top of ih:i Cypie.' fund of "Iain going home," soys the busl- having quite a few horsosi ha tt>ok � information, and it is to he netn man as he bars the doors an>d sfautaUia blind* after a day o( vex-at^ua cacaaj up � ranch on Lisu'h Creek and built ^that tlie people of Alberta gonaral a cabin, tba flrnt houxe'ouilt wlkere will ho able honealorth to cnliat Cardatou alanda now aad tkere wer� wrvicca in a variety ;