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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta uannniDOE DAILY VIUDAY, XOVKMBEK 10, PAGE FIVB m ff ii STREET CAR COLLIDES WITH 0. T. P. TRAIN Kdmoilton, Nov. Khor.ly si-veil iiiuming. near tin; (I. T. I1 tracks. at Oaldaor street a car filled with anil n heavy fii'lBlll train collided at tin1 street crossing. tin- sired cat1 was severely smashed and turtle, only thrcu of the pasncnficrs were Ir.irt seriously to war- rant their IjoillK taki'ii to tin: hospital. Two arc in a very ser- ious state. California Man has Found Wha He Wants Here in Best Wheat Lands Tht'v'ro on ilu> liacks of our customers for uvo and continues Ki advertise Uiu superiority our and another .-fiul thus rlie endless chnin brmsrs us who spread the I'aiiic of Our Wonderful, Values. .at Fit and Keep Their Shape r.ecause they're the better umk'e. Reform, 20th Century Society Brand Suits and other reliable makes. IT suit or overcoat we sell speaks for itself chillies every day. One customer sends another more and more'mil live, interested advertisers Overcoats that are new and stylish at moderate juices. ien's Ulster Coats With five sons all anxious to .set tie in Western Canada, L. A. Wallcc of Fresno, California, si in the citj after a tour of Southern Alberta, spy ing out land for the boys. And he I: not going farther than Sunny South err. Alberta cither, he says. He ha j found what he here. "Greatest laud I ever saw in m, said Mr. Walker to the Moral' this morning, and Mr. Walker ha seen somc land. He is a farmer an livestock dealer, and knows the Wet tern States like a book. In fact, h arrived in Sacramento. in ISO with liis father on-the first steam trai that ever reached that city "We ha lo stop along the way and shoo th I buffalo off the track." be said in r counting his experiences. Later, with bis brother Mr. Walk took up land in Yatiila comity, Ore recognized as one of the best growing districts in the Pacific state "We raised some great crops tlier but never anything like what I ha seen since 1 came up here a few daj ago. This land is 50 per cent hette I than that of my old county." .Mr. Walker is greatly interested the election across the line. "Califo ilia will go Wilson." lie declared, v he has hopes that -Mr. Wilson will next president. "If Hughes is electe the Western Canada farmer will si for The tariff against Canadian ra products will go up. Our border stat are crying out against Canadian far products finding such easy entran into the States." Mr. Walker leaves this afternoon f California. Filbert Nui Bar Fresh plump filberts scattered generously throughout the finest and smoothest milk chocolate manufactured. Sold everywhere. Made in Canada. ANAO FLEW AMERICAN ners as from an American ship. Thf FLAG AND of lite was Pllilip- Lninlon. .Nov. 8. Maltland. ]t-lllf, registry, under American protcc- lastcr iif Hie l.nnao. has i (ion Q [o Oy lhc m Cardiff the followin, signed i _ I nnao nailed from Kerns dor the American which To promote the industrial and tecll- -mil nlclit and was flyinc when nical utilization of alcohol the llus- nk I hc'ird rnmors of sale, hut I siall ministry of finance lias otfercil otlli-- certain The submarine cap- 1 prizes totalling about for tile ain gave .1 receipt for the ship's pa- best inventions In this respect. Fur Trimmed Overcoats...........ft22-0" Mackinaw Mackinaw Pants PantH....................WO up UNDERWEAR HtanficM's Heavy Ribbed up Heavy Ribbed Wool Underwear........ Fleece Lined "1> COMBINATIONS Dr. Jaeger, Wolsey, fitanfield's. True Knit, Watson makes. Prices. Dress Gloves and.Mitts Dent's up Clothes tor Working Man Gloves and Mitts, OOc, "75c, up Work Shirts. Flannel ,.....-Hl.30, Sweater Coats, Cai-hartt Overalls Boots and Shoes The A. Slater. The Best Shoe. Other reliable makes in fine dresB and work shoes, Here are Suits to charm the younger men. They ara smart and they are absolute- ly right in eveiy detail of style. They are Suits that you will enjoy seeing, and doubly enjoy wearing. 157 :TOR TI Puttees (Spiral) Khaki Flannel Shirts----- Khaki Handkerduei's Khaki Handkerchiei's (Silk) Khaki Tics.......... Khaki Gloves Dress Gloves Khaki Wool 'Mufflers Military Aviation Jaeger.) McKelvie Kirkhani Block Southern Alberta's Greatest Men's Clothing House. CHAMPION NEWS Cle- ver of lhc Ford Garage reports busi- ness booming. itisnoswl of six, ].'imlB thn 1'i'sl making a total 54 for (he past three mouths. The j new addition to the garage is nn electric lighting system installed, l mid they are now busy on a hot water heating system. Frank Anderson, our local McLnugh- lin agent, reports a total output of 26 ears in the pant two months. j Messrs. Ulrick and Moffntt have the past week placed four Dodge cars.! Mr and Mrs. George Orr motored I to Calgary on Saturday, returning Sunday, accompanied by Miss B. Ste- venson. KIPPENVILLE NEWS (From, nur own C Kippenvlllo, Nov. Hillis turned to Foremost last week after ah extended visit to relatives in Bri- o c uiiucc. numlior ot new car The after hnrvcst dance. opLMOng evidently shows th the season, took place ton ghl. lhc J'- Vulcan orchestra supplied the music. tish Columbia. Norwegian services were held in the 2-18 school house last Sunday. The ot new cars in this (minister. Rev. LoiMohl, preached a o prosper- Frank Sisson was Ilia caterer. Mrs. Boner fs seriously ill; she was operated upon last night. The first meeting of the literary so- eiely was well attended last evening. The shortage of cars is being felt here, last weok only one car coming Joe Rustle hniV 3200 bushels ot wheat on his place, nil average of 40 bushels to the acre. The very good practical sermon. The .vices were in English. Mrs. Roy Drake had the misfortune to have a runaway last week. She high winds last ...c....... stopped the threshing for a few days. Mrs. Johnson nnd Mrs. R. L. Bun- were calJcrs at the home of Mrs. R. and her two children were thrown the buggy but very fortunately Rev. David Ross, former pastor of the First Baptist church, writes to the Herald as follows: Plctou, Ont, Oct. 31, 191G. To the Editor Lethbriclge Herald: Dear I leave this pret- ty spot on the north shore of Lake On- tario to go back to New York City, i whither 1 have been invited by Cal- vary Baptist church (123 W. 57th to as associate pastor with my old friend Kev. J. W. Kemp, formerly of Edinburgh, I must send you a few paragraphs. First, T rejoice to hear of the won- derful harvest with which your dis- trict has beer, blessed. My imagina- I tion caught fire as I read your vivid account of the "procession" follow- i ing Mr. Noble's last" load of the "World's Record Crop." It is a fit i subject for some rising Alberta art- i ist. j Secondly, I am glad to see that my friends of the First Baptist church I have secured the valuable services of Mr. Baker of Yorkton, Sask. He .comes j with a gccd record, and I feel sure I that he and Mrs. Baker ivill have a Ilinppy time among the warm-hearted people of I lioiio that while the city rejoices in these fine additions to its manhood and woman- hood it will sometimes give a kindly thought to the "departed fol over in the big city we shall need the prayers of our comrades elsewhere. In passing, may I say that, if anj of my South Alberta friends have acquaintances in New York whom I they would like mo to look up, I shal be glad to have a post card at Cal vary saying so. Thirdly, I am very .pleased to sei i that Brother McAllister ami wife, o Ihe Baptist gospel'wagon which is ti tour in Southern Alberta, are mak'ui: Lethbridge their headquarters. The; could not find a better spot, and w iu New York sball noi forget to pra; for them. As they be supporl ed In part by the w ought to share in sympathetic remcu hrance of their work. Their comin fulfils some- of my heart's longing wlfile myself "viewing the land." Te my "Brother Scot" to send us a re po'rt of some kind as the months g by. Thanking you for space, and coi stantly appreciating the arrival your paper, I am. Yours Cordially, David Ross, many friends of Jlr. U Carson, former Y.M.C.A. secretary will bo interested to know that 1 hav twice visited him, and that his liom Is one of the number always open t me around New York. He isj we and happy in the busy life of Y.JI.C.A Secretary, Jersey City. i none of In' "A slight, snow fell on Monday JW. Criflith last Wednesday. evening. Mrs. M. Ilillls and Miss Grace .re- were injured. D. D. Kippen .is building a large cislern with two compartments, one for drinking water and one for wash- ing water. This will be a great con- McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE venlenco, in cold Hugh Frnscr of Foremost is'visi ing at the home ot D. D. Kippen tor a few days No old styles shown in this linp. All all stylish- all correct. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS THE "2" M'S McKELVIE KIRKHAM BLOCK :__L. ;