Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Fal Opening of Men's Fall Wear Men The Centre of Attraction to all who want Values Most popular store among men because most economical in Leth bridge. Most men require honest up-to date styles and worthy qualities, but also require no fancy prices be asked when called to pay cash. They expect a somewhat higher rate of profit to be charged by the stores that give credit No one loans money for nothing and a credit purchase a money We don't loan. We sell for cash and for least possible price, Men, Our Clothing Prices Mean a big saving to you See the New Fall Suits at The range of colorings and patterns is almost unlimited. Browns in many weaves and shades, Dark Greens, Fawns and Greys. Ail our Suits are the production of the best Tailoring Mouses in Canada the Latest Styles Men's Overcoats, full length, Mo-n's Tweed and blue and biack ..Beaver cloths Overcoats, 1C Men's Tweed and blue and biack Braver and Melton Overcoats. pric Men's Overcoats, lull length, made with the nets- military col- lars. Prices to Special Values in Men's 52 inch Beaver and Melton Coats in blue or black. Pric.s to Men's Cravenette rainproof coats, to Men's Fine Fall and Winter Underwear Men's Fleece, Lined Underwear, stripe or plain color. Price per suit Men's Heavy Ribbed Wool Under- wear, in all sizes. Price p.- r Stanfields Unshrinkable Ribbed Wool Underwear in and light Prices per suit to Men's Natural Wooi Underwear, all sizes. Price per suit W.OLSEY vFine Woof Underwear. Prices, per suit___.. to Men's Heavy Sweaters with roll or op collars, in bines, greys and fancy. Prices to Men's Sheep Skin Lined Moccasins. Pries, Mrn's Winter Caps, fur bands. Prices from ,-..................60c to H.B.K. Working Shirts in heavy tweeds and cottons. Prices from...................75c to Sheep Lined Clothing Men's Duck Coats, sheep-skin lined, with sheep skia storm collar. Men's Duck Coats, with extra quality of sheep-skin -lining callar. Men's Duck Coats, sheep-skin with wombat storm collars. "Extra Long." Prices to Men's Corduroy Coats, sheep-skin lined, with wombat collar. Sale price.......................... Duck Coats, "heavy wool lin- ing, collar. Price Men's Corduroy and Leather, revers- able Coate. Price Sole Agents for the GEO. A. SLATER'S INVICTUS SHOES Prices to Men's to Men's Lined Gloves and Mitts, Prices from to FURS! Men's Raccoon natural fur-- made 'frith ?bawl or. knotoh col- lars. Prices to Men's Biack Bear Skin Coats, Sale "Pries Men's Black Bear Skin Coats, short ..fur, Sale Price Brown Skin Coats, Sab Price Men's Calf Skin Coats, Sale Price Fur Lined and Fur Trimmed Overcoats Men's Heavy B.-a'ver Gloth Coats, with heavy quilted lining, German Otter collar. Men's Heavy Bsav-r Cloth Coats, ex- tra, quality, shell, heavy quilted lining. .Men's Heavy Twe-d Overcoats, with fur collars. to Men's Fine Beaver Coats, brst of linings, well tailored, throughout, with Persian Lamb collar and la- pels. Price Men's Rat Lined Beaver and Melton Cloth with genuine ter or Persian Lamb collars. Prices to NEXT DOOR TO MERCHANTS' BANK, SELL EVERYTHING MEN WEAR News of the Disrictt early hours this morning-, laying the clusfc, purifying the atmosphere, and pleasing th> farmers. Taber Taiber. Sept. wa the funeral service Sunday over th mortal remains of little David, th 3 years and 9 months old son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Brand, at the fam ily residence, commencing at 3 p.in The Rev. J. R. Monroe conducted the service. The large attendance pres shower} the sincere sympathy ex tended to the bereaved parents. Mr and Mrs. Brand %v.Te former residents of Lethbridge. After an absence of 19 years from Utah, during which time they have lived in Alberta, Mr. and Mrs, S. -J. Layton leave to-night on a month's to Salt Lake City and adjacent towns to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Aaron Johnson left, last night for Mapleton, Utah, where she in- tends making her future home. Maroni, Dave, George and Mrs. Mary Wilson, sons and daughter of the late John Barton, arrived from Magrath this morning to attend the funeral of their father. The time of the funeral has not, as yet, been an- nounced, as the family are awaiting A message from his other daughter, Mrs. Rachel Griffith, of Diamondville, Wyoming. The potato harvest is now on. While the yield is not heavy the quality is good. Petty thievery still goes on in a certain locality of Taber. No leniency should be shown the culprits if caught. Taber, Sept. funeral ser- x-ices over the mortal remains of Elder John Barton, whose death has been announced, were held today at 2p.m. in the L. D. S. meeting house. The jmlpit and archway were beautifully draped in white, while the -vhite. casket was covered with delicate flow- ers. Upon the lid of the casket were two inscribed plates, one saying "Our Father, John on the other was "At Rest." Bishop R. A. Van Orman presided. Beautiful and ap- propriate music under the direction of George Birch was rendered. The were Elders S. J. Wing, Thomas Hull, B. R. McMullin, Bishop R. A. Van Orman, and the Rev. J. R. Monroe, all of whom spoke kindly of the departed, a.s to his honesty in business affairs, and his integrity of He was a member of the L, D. S. church, and was devoted to his family to his religion, and to his fellow man. The pa 11 bearers were: Samuel Francis, Peter Hammer, Frank Davis, Hans Hansenn, Thos. Frasier, and P. J. Larsen. The de- ceased was born 53 years ago. at Ad- lington, Cheshire, England. At 19 years of age he was married to Miss Anna Wood, at Portwpod church, Stockport, and the it nre taking advantage of by hauling their grain to town. Ev -ry one enjoyed the lecture, also the dancf Saturday evening, and quite aiiu mbe.r' of thn Bowvilleites and sentiment. "His place has been taken by Mr. Ogilvie. of Medicine Hat. Claresholm. Oct. a large "number of sturdy Liberals went to Macleod yesterday to th.f great de- monstration there, and all returned immensely delighted with all they had seen and heard. At the Board of Trade meeting this representatives were present from the C.P.R. and- the elevator pro- prietors. the proposal was made the-board that if the farm- ers would keep their names off the car order books the railway com- would guarantee to keep the elevators cleared, and the farmers would get a fixed pric corresponding to Winnipeg prices, less 3% cents. A mass meeting of is to be held here on Saturday to consider pointed collector of Customs. The amount of goods passed at the Frank Customs office during Septem- ber was duty collected. took out their citizen papers. j this suggestion. Mrs. Robert Burns started Wcdnes-! claim that it takes a farmer a very day morning for their old home in i much longer time to load a car than tlie. northern part of a load out of the that Miss Helma Peterson and Jce Wil-. this has something to 'do with tlu- liams visited at R. Sunday. car shortage. Miss Ella Brandvold came home: John Herron spoke at Elinor the Saturday and attended the dance Sat-' other night, had an awli.-nce of uvday evening. 11 people. HEARST STILL AT IT. El Paso, Texas, Oct. R. Hearst carrier! his fight against junior Senator from Texas into that person's own state last night, when he read, in the course of a speech- here, letters from Senator Bai- ley to C. Piercr. of the Waters-Pierca Oil Company, on account of a note for made by Bailey to Pierce. Mr. Hearst also read letters from John D. Archibold to Senator-Foraker. Warner SABBATH SERVICES Sunday School, .10 a.m., Mr. Ge.o. Barrows. Supt. Young People's Meeting, 7. p.m., Mr. Alvin Sharp. Pix-s. Preaching at II a. m. and at 8 p, in. MID.WEEK SERVICES M. J. CONNER, Pastor.