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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHtRIDQft, ALSMTV FRIDAY, NOVEMBER PAQI THUEf. Canada's Greatest in Hand-Taitored Garments Has won its big success under the most direct comparison with garments made By the eading merchant tailors. Men, who wanted !the best garments that could be made, tried both, and are now wearing Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats exclusively. Any man, who wishes the greatest >le value for his mdney, should make the same comparison. possibl Taber McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. Pincher Creek Pmcher Creek, Xov. Gco. Hayes and S. Thonilcy paid a visit to.'Maclcod this week: Mr. J. :.T. Aldcrson visited Iveth- bridge this week. Jack. Reynolds, a former resident of this renewing acquaintance with friends this.week. Mayor Scott, C. Kettles, H. Riviere find W. S. Berry were in Mac- lcod' this weel- attending the of the Supreme Court. Mr. O. E, Bailiie, formerly of this town, now of Maclcod, is in town this week. The 50th anniversary of the- priest- hood of Pope Pius X. was observed in St. Michael's Church by holding three days of prayer. Father Lazet; of; Frank, conducted the services on Sunday and .Monday. Mrs. Oeo.; l-cvasscur visited friends in Fernie last week. "A. .number' from here went to Cole- man Tuesday to witness the boxing bout between Jim Burrows, 'of Cole- Kid Howell, of Seattle. Jim Uurrow's- in the soTenth Taber, Nov. at 4 p.m. tho laying .of "the lust jrick foe the veneering of.tha Jlotcl. For tho'last thirly-srx hours an mnicnsci pruiriu fire driven by a vio- ient diiaook wind, has beou witnessed South-east of. Tabor, Its origin ha3 not as yei been determined. IV J. LaiHiuhan and party will pro bably never forget their exciting ami blood, curdling exjxirk'iice of yester- day while fording the J3eUy River at a point four miles down below tue present ferry crossing at what is com monly culled the C. Y. fording place. He was moving the of Sir. Weir- to Taber, upon which were Kt-ated three women and four children. When the team he was driving reach ed the centre of the river one of the horses balked, refusing to proceed1 further. Me. E. Hawkins, another mejn- ber of the party, who had previously forded the river in safety, mounted and hitchecf one of his horses to the cud of the tongue to assist the strand ed team. Twice the horse upon which he.was mounted stumbled and fell with its -rider, burying each completely in three and-ff half feet of water. The rider, fortunately, each time scram- bled to the surface, but the horse fin- ally" was-.drowned. For three longj hours intense excitement prevailed, j when the .wagon-was pulled to the op posite shore. Hundreds of people are greatly con- cerned at the present time us the go? vcrnmerit ferry 'is out of commission Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong pomU of U rwt tfcfe tt MVC tt to H iittrtaMft itr SI _______MONEY TO LOAN on improved farms. No delay. Macbeth Agency, Postoffice H. Block. 283-0 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA .It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hogts of friends. Are YOU one yet Lai's Tea. is Sold only in Lethbridf e by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD ND HAND STORE 1 A Great Proposition A man on the train the other night said it was a great waste of money to build the'new Bridge at Lethbridge. He saidr why the-----didn't they fill-tip That would be a difficult but not so difficult a one as try- ing to find a store in this Gity where genuin'4 bar- gains are: -so plentiful. Don't take niy word come and see for yourself. Frank Waddington TETLEPH ONE -124S1 410 ROUND STREET Tha local Knights of Pythias raeet iv Castle Hall- on Monday night N-fmiiriatinn of ofiicers for the ensuing j-ear will take place. Pincher Creek Memorial and duty compels the, settlers .to cross. It is earnestly hoped that the gov- ernment will, immediately come ID the rescue of the people by devising some plan that will: add to the safety of all concerned, especially to those set- tlers, whose uuty" compels them to ford this treacherous river at this season of the yean John Carroll, proprietoT- of the Ta- lker hotel, i-eturned yesterday on. the Flyers from Minn., where ho went three weeks ago to visit his rel- atives whom he had1 not seen for twon ty-six years. Althougn he a beautiful country, and mar A WOMB'S MM WAS HOT Mi TO mi Thousand? of Women Satfsr Un- td'.d Misery Every Day With Achinj That Really Have. No Business To Ache. TFntkr onlin iry conditions Jt ought to smJ. if-My to the burdens of life. It is li ird to do housrework with an ach- back. Bockacbci from sick 1, .itid what alot-i" gielc WANTED Good general servant. Apply to W. McGuire, 529 Round St. 286-6 SYMOPf II Of GOAL MINIMO ULATIOMt Miners Woodpecker ricbtt of in Manitoba, aukatcbwo. UM Yukon Tarriiorr, the Territory aad Britaifa be tor (em ol at an aaautl rental of am Not more thao Mm will be letMd to one appliMfit. Application lor aMM ht to the Agent or Bub-lfawi ol the dutrici in whieb the rifbta ap- plied lor are situated. In lumyed territory muit be described bj or U gal- BufwHivUiaxu o-the distinguishing sign of :ss Brand" Suits and Overcoats Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE