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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r-i~l------ir�"r- Buy your  Lumber from Us ja�hen you come to SOUTHERN ALBERTA Stay at the New Warner Hotel I, MAKE A VISIT TO 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. I  Business Openings of all Kinds. Get in on the Ground Floor, i Hundreds of farmers will i: \our childnn good books and |il.iu,' 111 ilicni and ther. halp tlvein !� r--l!iJut wh;il (hny retul. ll.iNits foniM-d in youth nro vary ii|)t f(t -stick to you in after li/o. ' ^OiirL; people who now si>on'd every.' dollar ilii'y can raise, are nat apt to ' thrifty in iiltor life. Those who ' go in nidc company and use rude U'.n- ' afcuai,'!' will naturally ussoviatj ,*ith ^ mi- riid ii)oia' "iiii*t struggle undtjr the wwi^ht ,,i lii.^ burden. In ono flense your nurds cannot help 'hiini; in iinother vrisf they can. H]yeak tlK�n� out, [m'tviorc. for what they may be noriii. He w.U Ite erateful for ili.ni and you will (jo tha tetter for 111, ir .sjx.'akinff. Solomon'.s doficri/)t'ion of a lady is (Mmplete: "Tho heart of her hUN  hand (loth saft'ly tru.st in her. ,Sha ujll (to Itim good and not ovil all thn iLiv.-i of her lii>. She g'irdeth  her with hircng'th and stwtchcth ,,iit li>r tiand to tho poor; yea, �lio ^,on't complain of yotir hustand to anyone, not even your own innahar. If she is tho wise woman you think her .she will respect you all the moiv. l)i and don't toll an.vl�ot like you do your own. and choor her docliiiins years hol.\' devotion. with Piir.^ntal love, conjugal love, filliai Io\-e are the ke.vstone to that arch that su|iports the i)illars of government nnd keeps otir social system wcure. \h a rule anarchists have no children. No, nothing to love but thl.'m.selve6. As a rule the poor love their children better than tho rich (or riehes will in time absorb a man I and absorb his l)est emotions. With \ the poor- the childrei\ nr.? first, with \ the rich they are second. The law j of compensKxtion comes into everything in this life. The good and the bad; the joys nnd tha sorrows are k4ndly mi.\ed by a wi.sc Providenco. Tlien let m all bo content w.th our lot. lx>t lis not look over the fence to envy our neighbor, for^wo know | not his secret sorrows, lot us not ! trothble our own hou.se for fear ve i shall inharit the wind Ifonor the dear mother. Time has scattered snowy flakes on her brow, plowvd deep, furrows on her ch.�k. but is she not swcot and Ijeautiful now? The Hps are thin nnd .shrimken, but thoKB are the lips which have kissed many a hot tear from th� childish check, and they are the NuxwtcHt lips in tho world. The eye is dim', yet it glows with the soft radiance that can never fada. Ah! yen, rto is a dear old mother. Tlio sandM of life are nearly run out. but feeble as she is, she will go further, ami reach down lower, for you thar.' any other \ipon carlh. Vou cannot enter a prison whcftso *i|ft.rs con keep her out; you cannot mount a scaffold too hitch for her ,to roach that she mny kiss ami ble�s you in evidence of, hv->r (fleathless lovo. When the world shall despise and forsake you, when ft Imves .vou by tlw way�!do to perish �nnoticere faithful, lo\ers nioiv true, associates more thoughtful of each other's comfort as the swift houi's sped away. But we need no buUO'tin from hoav.'U to nef(uaint its with th;; briefness o!' love's opivirtunit.v. The span of our day is already set, and we wondrr if the thoitg-ht of home to us may i.ot ipiickcn us to improve the chance to brighten our hoim-s with tho full ar.il constant shining of love that is in our hearts, although dimmed anliged to IkSore He Could Uty l'orn,�r .Sronc of Hungarian f'hurch. A reliable medicine nnd )ne tha!. should nlwa.ys lie kept in the li .n-.i-for immediate use is Chaml. !i''i.'i's Cough Reinody. Tt will pr-jvont tti" attack if given as soon ns tliecV.,1 becomes hottrse, or even .aft. -r t,iiO. croupy cough appears. For s.i!e )\y all dmflrgists. New York, Nov. .'>.-.\ccording to the 'World' today. .Mr. .Jacob .tl. Schili". the bnnker, U'came .vostcivla.v a menibor of the .rournfym.-'n Stonemasons and Setters' Inion, Xo. 81, of fJreiator Xew York. With uplifted hannl of th,'' union and then he got his card. The formality of milking Air. SoliitT a union man was necossnry Ix-fore he could lay the corner-stone of the new synagogue of the First Hungarian congregation of (Miob /vlek, in IKii.h Mreot. iusi west of Fiflli av.mue. f>l l> TI.MKI! mk.S. ( to tho stato ni IStiU. and was a I'niniliar nh^racler dnrin.^ the stirring da.v.s of theslii'te.i oarlj- hi.story. I'or several years lie Worked as a stage driver, principally betweer. Fort Henton an' with his I'ri'uid Mr. (iladstone, luis decidef tho .serpent" .s nowhere to Ixj ^^.m in this Utile islnml in the .Arviic Ocean. .MUiough the climatic con -ditions are of such a nanu-c that it is It comparatively barren land, and th.? (leoplo, lliereforo, poor, the bo-landers are a spl.'ivdi'd race and bacl: of then) lies a brave and heroic history. They hciievo their forefa'thcrs shoiilfl luivo the credit of discovering our cont.nent rttHi y,-nis tvei'iro Columbus did. Iceland was not alwa.Ns n prohibit-ion colony. Tim.' was when the Icelander u.'sed to imporl his liipior i\'.lh his ol her siipplifw, but it pla.v-'^d such havoc with lb.' people that t,he,\- mo.sl wisiOy concludod lb-.v hud t>etlef bjinish it nKogethei'. 'I'hoir (iOvernm-'nt. therefore, - � i law forbi $200.00 for Husinesli Lots, and .'rom .�s2ii.O0 to !J7.''..00 for Uesidential lot.� Write O. W. KKnn CO., at 1*1 h. bridge or akijly n,t their offices in the Southard Block. 20,000 acres Chotco lcthlTid;ve. Soil: A heavy dark loam with oiay subsoil. S.tuation; Land lies by intf-proved Vartn.s. W'lll subdivide in par-[cols to suit purcha.ser. lO.fKiO acres adjoining Xew Town of Wanier. Soil: llich loam, r.'ay .subsoil. Tho tract .s subdividenl in parcels to su'.t purchasers and will be sold on very easy terms. X''C>H;E.-Hcijd our wrW.n oltor Parmers" in another column, ;