Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME a LETI1BRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1907. NUMBER BO The Store of Q��IIty. McKelvie SHOCKING DEATH OF GEO. GOUIN & McGuire Sfttitftction GmrtntMd Special in Men's Clothing Too Good to Pass-Read Shot by � Companion WhiU Duck Shooting at Cooking lake. - A. food And Ixthlifldge in We direct ntN'i attantioft to ilw extraordinary values we are show inn In Men'a Ofercoato (or Fall imI Win- ter wear. Ttitre & no excum for you to Im vHhout winter overcoat now an K In a thing* of the part for high price* to nrenwA nny nan from having it� netemnry warm clothing for winter. Ytw cm fcty m iII-wmI Tvtctf la|lanettc OvcrctH hire for |9 At 110.00 nnd 13.00 are nhow ing extra vatuoi in Men'* Overcoats wHh or without ntorm collar*. Heavily Lined. FrMtctorm Overcoata in ftlws nnd Illnck Deawr Clothe. A too Tweeds -prices lift, $18. 130., $35 Ijothhrldgc oUl-tini^rs wllj I* shock ed to lenrn of the death of Georgo A. Oouin, a well known cit4nen of Mac- the early days when he was connected in the*} i places with the 1. U. llwker Co* On Haturday afternoon Mr. Oouin *is vJth 11. K. Iam, 11 J. lUhiweil and Dr. Harrison of ESdtnoaton on a duck shooting trip nt Cooking Lake, about twenty mite* from Edniontt*. lie story of the accident as told by II. N. Ian at the iaqumt i* given In the lOdmenton Bulletin as fol- leH Dr. Harrison nnd the lAuut* to a noint wnere we tfatfmdwd lower at the stiirn, ond held my gun pointing toward* tho bird�. When I sa> them comlnt clone enough for a shot I t>ut thengun to my shoulder watted several ascot, it n for them to come still clone was pointing 1 centre of the dont show gun was pol about � yardSs "Just nil pal his hat rles in f he Ml bkkk The way my gun would go over the >w of the boat. 1 iff Id upwards the it the birds were the water, the trigger 1 saw \ of my gun. and lows: "When Mr. Helliwwlt 1 saw that he was deed* no 1 �>$1ed out of the rends and ran Saw point whore Dr. Harrison ami �| HelUwell were. "1 thlal; tAfcalk it i� only a Unv or*, that !hn bii]*ot seen the ducks shouting. * steered the boat, and 11 a* which t eja^Jttning. nnd when he fan the macMmry. We ran In a�oNr*anrd thiw^ ifcWMs he Inatiaativaiy of the rUR COLLARS Gorman Otter Collars $5.50. Men's Black Coney Collars $3.00 and IH.60. IVrsian Lamb Collars $15.00, $16.-00 and $18.00. ' Otter Collars from $18 to $25. FURS! FURS! FURS! the rnwin; snd after being there tea or nHeea mlnotcn we noticed the ducke were going in another direction "Ciouin remarked if we went down to the bay where Uw> docks were flying In we would get bet*** shooting. We ran down to the point mentioned and poled Into the raeds where we got the bent cover wo could. He wns setting at the bow, a*d I waft at the stern, both on the left hand side of the boat on the same scat. "We shot this way three or four times, and we Rot one bird that he shot. We were in such a position' that we could both shoot at birds comlnR up the channel, but at birds over the bow or stern wo would have to shoot lengthwise. "After a short time T saw n flight coming o\er the bow, ami 1 called Uotiin's attention to them. At the same time I crouched down ft little I Jumped up in. Uni Excitement of moment, not thinking of roe." Dr. Hnrrinon aid Mr. Hell iwell co-roborated Mr. Lane's evidence. The jury brought in a verdict of accident at death and completely exonerated Mr. Lads. The late Mr. Goals has lived in the went for n quarter of a contury, residing at timew in Calgary, Macleod, l^thbridge and the Yukon, as well as Edmonton. He was about forty-five years of nge, a native of Three Rivers, Que., and was a cousin of Hon. Loftier Gouin, premier of Quebec. For the past year he was a member of the firm of Gouin, Palmer and Melntyre and previously was associated In business with G. W. 11. Atinon. He was unmarried but was engagrd to a Toronto lady to whom his mnrriagu* was to take pluco short lv. The opportunity is most favorable to liny � fur or fur-lined Coat. The BISHOP FUll COAT nt 820.00,24.00 and 26.00 the most rcliuhle clienp fur Coat shown in Canada to-day. Shown in black bear skin only. THRESHERS ARE FILLING GRANARIES $65 will buy you a richly-furred, splendidly made Raccoon II Report* From Coat. Extra good value in Raccoon Coats at 75.00 and 85.00. Fur-lined Overcoat, made with an extra good Beaver shell, Marmot lined, Persian Lamb shawl or notch collar, 55.00. Fur-lined Overcoats, Beaver shell, natural mask rat lined, Persian Lamb collar, 65.00 and 75.00. U Quarter* Tell of Big Yields and Good Quality. Ba-Ba Sheep-Lined Coats J^5iMcKlBBlN 7 Kaporta from cvery pnrt of the l^rthbridKo district hear murks of the pxcrttcst yield ot grain ever known. Of loursv, it is not long since there were only a Wttte or no crop to report but tho crops that nra reported this yoor not only eclipse those of former years hut are ahead of former crops jn other well-known wheat re-frions. When the crop is alt threshed then: is little doubt but what the average yield of whont for the wholo district for sivty or so vent y miles around I .eth bridge will he at least thirty-five bunhi'ls per aero. AHOlTXD CO A LP ALE acres of particularly fine wheat w\s threshed by itself hiv! l.tnud oiit 626 bushels por aero. Mom Elevators Needed. it * , 4 't V. - c � Ba-Ba Lined Coats Last Saturday all the eleraAors along- tho Alberta Hallway and lr-rlgatiob Company's line between Cardston nnd 1-ethbrid^e were full except tho one at Cardston which had room for a small amount of grain. The car supply is totally inadequate to met*, the needs. J. F. ttrndshaw has twenty teams hauling his wheat to Magrath and needs two cars a dft.v to take it. A. 1-.. Foster ho recently erected elevator at Coaltlale is going to erect ono at Haley and another nt, Cardston, both to lie completed in ton days. A prominent Lrthhridgu hu&Uwsm man wns down the line on of an n KIBBIN DRlbCOLL & DORSLY r We carry a large range of these Coats. Prices 5.75, 6.50, 7.00, 8.50, 9.00 to 12.00. r We can save you over 25% on special orders taken for Fur goods. Call and ask us why. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In LetUbridge Two years ago last, wh"" ,,,c on,s nn lh� total to � m.lUon voluntwr crop averagitl fifteen bush- A pjirtion of his and a hnlf. At present prices, this means that the income for grain to . , ... . , I the fa rm era along the A. It. & I. line in on the stubble * 1 will amount to over a million dol- els to the acre, seed was disked and returned twenty-two bushels to the acrv*, while the land that wuh properly tilUnl gave a return of forty one bushels to the acre. Wm. Ingram's spring wheat wvnt an bushels and his fall wheat 4*1 bus. . ,,k . ,i- * ; � Thompsons for their own grain 40 lbs. to the acre. lbs farm is six 1 t * , * tii , , . Spriner C(�ulee, and on elevator miles from U'thbrulge and four from 1 1 (lars. 1 Two years thera was a THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ago in this district, mill and elevator nt Jbtymoml, a warehouse at Magrath, a small elevutor owned by tho nt Mi (*nrdston. Today then* niv in ad hushels to thj acre. Thin the OrM crop on the land which wns brukvn up last summer. Mr. Wilson h.us jiiat niudvwl nl Tht' Wacie ",,,M|- ln lhp Ui� K. H. Uicks is threshing on W. H. rawsun'n farm. Tho pri'/u i�nt field kept the inachinc going theiv lining a Ntonily Haw ot outs from the mu-chiih'. Ah the grain it> not all thresh Clll, XJIUUllUi U8 acrt's thai nvorai'i^l hlui 5A buKhcts to the acre j all No. 1 wheat. A mi-�nr.* i un Ho v. J. W. Herbert, formerly of Hoeky CouJi*\ who huH Iteon spend I nx a few flays in that district 'informed the Herald that fie miw Ihe entire wheat crop of Mr. LantenRm hoc. 31, Tp. 10, Ktfo 25, threshed and the nv-erapo wus fifty-four bushels to the acre. lie i&rave the information also tha.'t tlm\i quarter HectiouK, ten miles east of (Mnresholm changed hands at fflO an acre.. Souk* person still ha� faith j in the country 'that the American pa- ij<*rs say is ruined and "a fuwle." The "Walk-Over" Man for Lethbridge. The Sign of Sutisfuctio PHONE lOO / LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.