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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 8afm-diiy, November 1011. TTTE LETITIJRIDGE DAILY ITEBALU ANNOUNCEMENT rE ARE NOW located in our new store lately occupied by The A. Macdonald Co.'s grocery, and have on display an entirely new stock right from the factory. Be sure and visit our store before buy- ing your Christmas presents, as our stock offers suggestions to please everyone and our prices will suit all RAWORTH BROS. 'MADE A -FORTUNE IN THIS DISTRICT (Toronto Nothing perhaps will hotter iJlua- trato tho possibilities and tho oppor- tunities of the Canadian Went to any- lone willing to do a little 'very much the cuso of David Lowe of Leamington, who for about twenty-five years eked out u Iprcutirious existence an a laborer and a gardiior In a small way. Tho death of his wife a fow years ago left him alone, and, having a son In Alberta, at iho ago of SO years ho decided to KO to him. Unwilling; to bo a burden to anyone he took up a. quarter section of d performed the necessary settle- ment duties until he got a deed of tho land. He broke up a considerable acreage; one year lie raised COO bush- els of (train and last yt-ar, though it a had year he had bushels of oiila. A few months ago he sold his land. It. was in the neighborhood of Lei librldge -and brought, n good price, more than he could have saved in his lifetime. The country there being sparsely settled, he returned to Leamington, here he -was well known, and now Ivcs his daughter, where he will trobably end his days in comfort. He ked tho country out west, but the vinters were sometimes too cold. He B now 92 years of age, but still active nd he necessary he could go iut and make another good home- toad. FOR WINDY DAYS you iiood jiml'dios lliMt won't lilow out as soon