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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Buy your     Lumber from Us rW^vW WW W W W W W W  WW when YOU COTvre to SOUTHERN ALBERTA h^isit to! Stay at the New Warner Hotel A TOWN WITH A FUTURE We handle town lots in Warner. Now is the time to buy as the price of real estate will advance with the growth of the town. Warner is sure to grow. The land all about it for miles has been purchased by thrifty American farmers, who will settle there next spring. A man who wants to invest his money and get quick returns should buy Warner real estate at once. Warner is 35 miles from Lethbridge, and is located on the Alberta Railway. Choice sections of land can be purchased from us.    Business Openings of all Kinds* Get in on the Ground Floor.  41 Hundreds of farmers will locate here in the spring J^effingwell Egan Warner Alberta Canada Ideal spot for all kinds of Business Openings I ""I Rambling Reveries chooi-ful sense oi iiiiiiior if we ti y. only 13v A Dbeamkk. � line WDftli is being-not Kcetniinj': hi ttoiiig- each day llial goes by s.ni.^ lilllv.' good-not in Iho droam -'"g. 1)1 iiin-iiL filings to do Iiy and li.V. I'lii- \v!mli'V(,T ni-n say in blindniws. And in s|iito of tha fancies of \ nth I lnTo is nothing so kindly as Iw'ud- And notliing so loyal as truth. ' r,ir iho sake of your chilUron strive 1.. know siiniothing ahotit every- i'.anv mothers iinatjinu their.datit;li-tfr's foriuno is utade when.'Kho learn.s jenongh to thump or. a piano, or lab-orn cnougli to daiili a cheap chromo or to work a j'ollow dog on a door nwit. fiirls are too glad to bo spoii-wl in tli�l way. 'l>jach thcni to coin-niaixl a reg.niont of pols and kctllos toai'h I hem 'to niakn good irofft!?-. loiu'h them i.o make Karmer.tii and pati-h them when they na�l it. Teufli them physical development; teach them it is more cruel and teas christian for Canadia;i women to cramp and discom/ort their lungs, iiiorund stomach, than it is for the Hottentots to press (heir hoads flats, or for the tlhinesc to make thiir feet small. Clood, healthy and industrious girls niakc happy humos, goml wives and mothers. Tr'iii;h rliiUlr.Mi the law of kindimis. 1 Hat is ncKled all through ;ife I'JmI o .ory where. Many christians think it a, liadsi.rn t.i l>e jubiJiint ami their work oS so!i-I'.vaininatiou is a hewing down of iTighti-r e.\l>op th.) house, atako lioda, cook nnd wasii dishoK, cr trim h^'fs ns it is to twist a wartc^ cha'In or wmln'oider a slipper. If father, mother, sister, brotlior, woulil each remember that it dei>.-nis I iipon them to make home happy, how j much belter it would U;. Uut nuiuy [ a iiarc'le.ss word spoken has wouijd.fl iilie hoaris of the whole hou.schoM. j What is home without sunshine." What is home without clWfrfulnei-? 'fan any of you answer these quest-! ions? l>o .vou lilaiiie the young man for Hot wanting to spend his ever.'lng at homo, wh.'!n. upon entering the hou.sti Komoone will coniimenco linding lault? .\t! have fault.s, some more than others, and it is the duty of each par Well. wii.t.s moii.Mjon. -o- Letters of ndminiKiration in thii e.ftato of the late KH/aU'th Irfimsn Mair have been granled to lii-r husband. Charles Afair, inimigrution officer. The estate is'valvh^l at SMOOd and tho heirs are her husbaml and four children. T*t1or-s of adminlst rat ion luive also Ix-on Kranteo, the hoppiosi plnws on earth. Mil theiw are few such homos. If thoro wore on)y more, we think thei-ev/oiild bn less drinking, gambling, stealing, tirurd.;ring. and certainly there w.iiid not U� as many tramps as t'lera are novadays. L. H. FOWLER & CO. (! one rn 1 ni a cksm i t hi ng and norM(.�shoeinK. New huggius'to order. carriag(M"i'"'-Ing, all kiiyrts of WDodwork in wagons, vvindniilis, fanning mills. cr.>aui separntor�, grain picklers, I>bu:ieopIe there !er-centa.cje. and be allows a local man.i-gor to decide svheth.T he desires 'lie show or not. Mr. Sherman sa.vs that ho has not 0 sing'o open dale frnm the pres'ni; time to February 25. In that I i'.ie some of the ver.v' Ih.'st shows > ill drop ill. Mr. Sherman calls attiu -tinn to the fact thai when he took hold of the Lyric 'I'hi^atro a few mor.tb.s ago there were only two i ii-gagements nJiead of �thom. He ci;d thi's notwith.stanil'ing Ih-.-' fact l!'iit the rent was .T),700 a year. i(iii((i((ii(((if((iii!ia f!F.O. ri.tWK DKAlt Boys and Girls Grow Strong and Sturkp when raiseJ on pure, mitriiioiis Bread. You'll have wholesome Bread the children will "eat without butter," by bakiii|; with .\ pumry flour Mailt; entirely from the finest Western Canada Hard Wheat by latest improved metho.ds in the most modern mills in the world. That's why Purity Flour MaRe* Braad that Builds Bone and Muscle Retailed everywhere throughout the Great Dominion wisTimi eAMASA rtouR MiLba eo., timiMtf MIIU at WInnliMB, ooaarloh ana Sranabn rernie, Nov. 5.-Oiflorge 'lode, in.inngrer of tho hotel Kernie, anil a popular and esloemod i^rsitlenf of t he towr. for s>->veral years, died sun be as Mg a pay roll there a.s at Jjethhri.lji'e or Me the town would very serl-Finlay election fifteen .vttars ago. H o.xistt>d for four months. .Mr. Cousins is a candidate . for Mayor of tho Hat nnd is i|ii;io hopeful of BUCCC8S, � i \ Now Yoric despatch says: llos.' T.. I'ritz of this city, who won ili' j world's typewriting chamiiionsliip in Chicago last .Tunc, came oul ah'ml in the contest at tho National Husi- jness Show 'm tlio Madisoti S'� half an hour. iiut'( the , nil! broke hei' own leeonls Shr' wi'i;.^ .while blindfolded, without iii.si i �, Iir> words in a iiiiiiiite from die- i .lion, and I'.iT words I'roni n..... .ry in the same lime. ,Miss Carr'ii i : s world's recoi'fls f.ul. I Rev. F.. H. Hutt, rresbvteriiin .Minister, Ingersoll, Ont.,-..drop,)fid dead an hour boforo ho was to unite I in marriage his son. NFW TOWN" OF W'AHNEH.-We arc now seli'oig Husiness and Kesideivtial 'ivots in the -Vew Town of Warner, en jthe AlU-rlii Hallway, 30 miles South of Ivolhbridge. 'I'h.s is the mo.it promising now town in Siiuthern Alherta. It is the centre of a large area of fertiic Ag-ncultiiral Lands. The toiiography of the country ol; lUher side along the railroad m.ikjs lit the most accessible business con-ire It will control absolute.y the j I rude of a very largo territory. 100,- 000 acres of land tr^I ulary to Warner have been sold this Nuinm>r to liver 400 Amoricnn farmers, a la ire number of whom will bnconie acl'.i.il 'settlers. There is now a largo New Hotel built, and there are already located a store, lively burn, and lumber yard, and several residences. 1 N'ovv is your opportunity to gel |Lo/� Choap. The mrlicr you buy the jba'ttcr selections you can make. Trices will run from SJOO.OO to ?i800.00 for llusincss I.�ts, and vrom �2.5.00 to ^T.'..00 for Ucsldontiftl lot� Write O. W. KlCnit Co., at l^th . bridge or ak])ly at their oftlees in the �outhai\l Ulock. 20,000 acres Cho�.ce FarniinK t^and.s 12 miles from Cit,y of IxrthtTidn'C. Soil:- A heavy dark loam with clay .subsoil- S.tuation: Land lies hy'Improved farms. W^ill sul>rtivide in parcels to suit purchaser. 10,000 acres adjoining Sew ToK:a of Warner. Soil: Blch loann, �Vny subsoil. The tract ;s subdMdcd ht.; parcels to siAt purchasxjrs and will"?, [be sold on very easy terms j NOTR.-nead our j^riw oflflr I Farmers in another column. , < ;