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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Reveries Duvamkh. v ''Make ho,*. ;, hive where nil l>enu-Cluster lJltc'Uvs and their honoy- MtLko^fH^^ifiii* of holy iWrtilings And lovo\ii . bright a-ngels with *hmh> \ wing. ilt�H| will ii be. when afar on life's Hharover yo a tfinnotrt tossed chit- dron h*v flu nit will loi'ir fop the shade of the lotne-vuvping willows, sing Ov sweet song which th �ir mo.h 'i' hmd sung " tl rnoss scaled up till your Irknds tare not, U'ing dead. Tis sweet to luitr the do^'s honest hark, I lay tt vp-rnoulh**d welcome druu near home: l\s sweet to know there is an ey�e will mark Our coie'n^ uml look brighter when jtnmi. the year the first Mormon settler.-, arriviMl and continued raising sit \*\� and horses for some time. As j �rt tl* in *ni increnMtl it Jieeame necos- ! wary to dissohe the sheep much ami ! I Mr. ilarker who hail been married in E. N. Barker, of CanUtcn iVltcl If you have (lowers to giv* buds. White* roses, tlaisii's, meadow that be Mine own dear namesake let smile ami make "I he mr, while y. t 1 btvuth. sweet for UK*. fair lily (Kdtnonloj) Saturday News > The occasion for the introduction of Mi. Marker to tin* render* of the L*ft for the State of freorglu w�h *te he remain, d two ye.irs on ft, plantation, but, on account of the . ' climate not ngiwiiig with him. re- | imtuntiv left it�r the North and *et- 1  1 i U.-.1 up the Hudson l(i\er above New* \oik. In I'.hio he look to the newk-pujvr bnsim ss in Alhan.%, New York and aiii-r a year spent there w?m to >'ew York City and remained .till the ( spring* of HM>."�. Having oectodon to We Have Exclusive ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^h Choicest lu Township 0, Itaii^e IS ; Township 8f Itauge 17, ami a large election of tho best lauds in adjacent ilialricts. Mars them fraught Htuiu* .is wh^re th'heart is, a place oar; fbet may'ieave Inn not our j "Jhe air, while y. t 1 bivathe ii, hearts. Homo is wliore |K-ace. Joyg cpuilort and happiness reign. Wli^ru j failjor whistloR morrily. w^hore moth- (For loving lookb. though or �in"gft cheerily, whtnv ehildivn niv ' with terHkrncsH, hiPPi. iayaus tuui gay; whore thy Kindly tears, though they fall thick family gathers 1aiouny raniKton to look'ftt his old plare on his way twick to Now York hut decided to remain an * Klowers in cof- lins laid Imparl n > swvMt ness in ik*partv*d days. T1I1C JOY OK IIOMK. Tha carpenter i� ahnnwl in tlw land and many n*'w homes are going up. Nirt a few of th.-m 'iinu to 'IvoccupK-d hyt|onnir jieopre. twho have lately go^ through the ninleal of a wud�l-iuj ) march and marriage coivii&oiiy. Asji matter of courK* thuro has ! Homt' |il\> is the source of exijiiis-a tfi^at deal of talking "under uhc ,il �H" j.......  " o.i. quantity tif furniture ta U� purchas- jpleasurc-s. T1k� werta has l Oxou. 1' tight nd August 'J.Y I85t), and is the >oiingvst sen of thj Itev. T. V. Ihirker tor many years vicar j jof Speifdmry, Oxon and later of Car-leton in Crav. n, Yorkshire. Ho spent some time in his early .wars in Prunes and Italy lad later w* tit to school iu Kahlua.!, but, hav'.n^ al- wm>k a pretlieiion for out floor life and particularly farming, he liecumo a pupil tii the Agent of I,otul Hack- iu^humshire and sp� Mars. 'Ibis was in 18K*J. A \eai* later he left SioilX City alone ami ji�urne.\ed up to Hillings Mtnd . for the Northern Pacific did not run much further, and ofi-niue-:) work in a c*iw ranch on the MussoMiell Hiver. In the spring t�f 1K8-I. fhc fidlowing \i\if. ht* aguin ' .Vineric took to the road, and wi'lh thiw oiiht�s started for Al'beria owrfcand an 1 arrived at 'the Coal Hanks j Agricultural Fair AsHoclutlon. Scc-r. tary of the Hoard of Trade, a in-:ml:or of the Town Council, and in January Hh>7 became a director' in Alberta Farmers' Association. ' Always a tanner in spirit and vot- | e He i^e.l t*i write on theao topics and illustrate thetu with his own camera. Mrs. Ihirker is the pioneer bro.tier of high class Persian raisin icu an)ate o|jeiuii|r several local branch olHccs in Southern Alhvtla early! rmaoit, hut at preaent all our busiuest will be couriacttHl from our General Oificea Miuii. TlwKUSH THIS 8PR1NU will be the greatest knoyn in th* hi�tory \V#�t. antl wa ad visa intending purchaser* to COME NOW an4 imIm your MlecUont BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE GETS Y9UR OPPOR . rlNOWLES At* Duluth, Minnesota. - -x L \m I aoToioToioinyoio Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns oatiy or with family >,artfro*jai; if |flrt*li*. None are mow hriglvl, more low ami virtue cement the family (pure ami -no�3 more like the low of iirc(p, U he h ime inahc truest sough o( t-Ha 'wo'rd. The tiwly is hut ihjtfi, mvelUng 'placo of the soul, so. Uk-oi'lKO tho house is hut dear. How men. long for iu qutot and ivv- writitiy;:was put in l*ook form. Her oU hushniiil ivi-iiu* the Auivricun part to 11^ IMly Uiv.-r (which is l/.Mhlirulge tmj ,IOjjk of t1u. Vli{ (Cass*.!!), ami nou) n.-Alay. |KHI. Tli�t Mmi�>r*Uj1. Wuipi-t en CiUh in tlh for tlvj ! f'oclir.iue Hon -Ii airl th * wiuier at ' th;* Muith ad ltaieh tvo imk*s Ik*- ' low lhe (\ chraiu*. In the spring of 1^8o the r-'hcllioii hruke out and Mr. llurkor joined the Hocky Moiintu:u chapt *l* en idition or'ihe Kiu*yclo|Mliu Americana, whiih has found its way into many AH erian houii*s in the lust few muiuhs. � - As a worker �nd as a man of rare intelligence and tact, Mr. Barker has weights SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Bar Iron Babbit Metal Mltcra* T��|a UOILKUMAKKR OUT WHKN MKN" AUK I'OXSKUVATIVK. rwinty-foui They do not Con pi?r I laliits %vi (*us-lom so tjuickly us the (Seiitler sex. of Swiii-ready tattoring. Jt took j- fl* man> years und much sttviuiiius e,r iWurtlrohes wero j.,-3 5 L-*^t. I deu\or. Of course uceomplishuH>nt i^^-.VJf^h t Hinders j.t Mac.'iod and spent tlK* climbs th? mast amid tho Ktorinb on tho ocean wave, "(am going homo." soys the business man ub he bars the doors an>i 6huU the blinds after a day of vox- fo;,�ls summ>r at -M'dieine Hut and on the j dc*ul for the Cards-ton district. On top of th j Cypress Hills. In the fall ntl topics uftvct'iU th.'* interests of of 1383, after the rebellion was over 1 the. province, lis has � wkle fnnd of havinK quite a few harsesi he took information, und it is to be toped up a ranch on L^c's Crook ami built that the people of Alberta general I �wuh e.^sy whin a man really Woiuoii will inveMigate and accept his aUomiun uud bMlfj- methods ijulekt�r than nun do �lu all mutters of dress. A inuir-**" satisiiPii uHuatty to follow cabin. th> firm house *>ullt where will ho able honcoforth to enlist sjfrhsrr- boxca of your love and imn- |ati�us cars�� > CarOstou stands now and iherv �vre sorvices la s. variety o( ;