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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The beautiful fall weather, enjoyable to most of us, but not the best weather for trade, has left us with, a large amount of stock. Only seven weeks until Xmas, so we have decided to clear it out at sacrifice bargains. Those who got such bargains last fall will know this no fake. Ladies' Dress and Ready-to-Wear Hats at half price. In order to clear ont out well assorted stock of Ladies' Hats at once we haye decided to put the price at just one half. These are all this sason's hats and are the very latest in style and shape. They won't last long so come early and get first choice. Half price. Handsome Fur-lined Coats - $70.00 A loTely collection-covering of excellent quality shell cloth, in colors, navy, green, and blaok, full back style, lined throughout with best quality rat lining, large collar and revere of Columbia sable. Worth 180.00, Special I70.C0 Warm Comforters-give-away prices Splendid quality cotton-fillfd comforters, co^rered with good quality art sateen. Full site. Worth t2.25, special |1 85. Flanelette Blankets. Special for Saturday only, $1.15 pair Pull 11-4 sine, in white aad grey. Regular $1.85 pair. Sp T. Itobihs road the correspondence receiveii during the last weeV. Suproni� Secretary Carter C. p. R. Blamed for Death of W. E. Frazer. 1 uy Lrf. AW....-- �. ---- j wye**. rtui^iwii^ w.-. The collector of customs at this wrote advising Tlhat the charter was point received in duties during October the sum ol ?12,.579.47." The inquest on the dea>th of William K. Fraser. tlva C.P.R. brakcman wlio was killed in the C.P.U. yards last Tuesday night resulted in a verdict blaming the Canadian Pacific Railway for not having yard ragula-tioiiB forbidding the making up of trains on the main lines in the yard and making the protection of trains in the yards compulsory. Dr. DcVeber, tho C.P.R. doctor, tea tiflcd at the inquest that the deceased had died from shock. Tho train crew on the incomibg train testified that their train was coming into the yard under control granted anil that Di.strict Deputy - - , .Jackson, of Swift Current would bo Tho homestead entries for October present to install the officers, and at the Uslhbrids^ office numbereeen ^^^j ^1^^ ,^ installed tonight.-; im, pvidon./. In it n(.rnii.nt, Walter Appleby. Vice-President, V. Htainforth. Chaplaiij, J". H. Little. Secretary, F. T. Robins. Treasurer. 'J". Underwood. Inner Ouo?eun made complete Electric Valve Satisfaetory iici..... ^.....w .^^.......... ........I On Friday night, Knginoer Reid of with tho finest gold sign with blend-; the pumping .staticm made a test of ed shap, etc. riente the nnnic, "Proventics. Gooil for feverish children. 4S Provoatlcs 1't Cents. 'J' cents. Sold by all druggists. f t. � if � OUR ANNUAL HIGH-GRADE Watch Sale commencing Nov. 1st and continuing! 15 days. We find we are overstockerl in hiRh-^^ra-lo ''f uil', Bw stock which will arrive shortly, tb� stock on bund luiisi yo | No VVatches sold under $10.00 with (l'�^*o""*^V.OMn .-m-i o.,1i Watches ciwried in stock It'om $1.25 cadi to i^^w.w .1 Letlijjritlge's Greatest Jewelry Siioro . ' \^ Eyo Specialist in charge of Opticiil Di'pnilniHil ;