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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I'YItlii.v. OH'obei1 IS, 12. TI1K LETIHUUDGK DAILY AND WHAT WILL THEY BE LIKE FIFTY YEARS 'The store with a store of guaranteed store that shows a clothing stock double any other in Alberta, in fact Lethbridge's Greatest Clothing Store. We invite you to Our Great Showing of Winter Clothes, Our Great Suit Stock, Our Mam- moth Overcoat Stock, Our Boys' Department, the best in the city. Our great store is now ready for your inspection.. MEN'S SUITS OVERCOATS to TWO GREAT SPECIALS Wonder Clothes They're guaranteed, they include many and they have increased 'our 1 4.75 sales four-fold.. There are fine serges, fan- cy and plain tweeds--. When you see them you wonder how we can re- tail such C values at Champion Overcoats Heavy Scotch Tweeds in browns, greens, and greys, silk serge lined, made with the new reversible collar. These are champions in the Overcoat world. See our w i n- dow display We were fortunate enough to purchase two sets of samples of one of the largest Houses in the trade. Today our prices are what we would have to pay for them ourselves in Mon- treal, and you have the advantage of our buying, saving at least 25 per cent on an advan- ced market, as all furs have gone up in value during the last three months above group shows the varying shades of feminine fashion for'onc hun- dred years. GJKAiYUM'. Marmot Collar Rat Liaed Otter Eat Lined Otter Astra chan lined Astrachan lined Northern Skins Northern Skins Worth Worth "The Great Clothiers of the Great West' Alberta Elk. 5th St. Grannm, Ocl. Robert Oli- ver is visiting at rariJslon anil vicin- ity- Hoylc, the local slalion afi- is on his holidays. Chas. Taylor, bnildine, contractor al Onaway, Alia., was in town this I week. J H'lio will run fur mayor lor next year is the citizens of this little btirir. Mayor is retir- ing al the end of Ihis year on counl. of business. up for trial al Maclcoil last wrek [or breaking into the Alberta Weal shop The case of Ted fJochcn, who was during summer, was disiniKsetl on i the. grounds of iiisnllicicnt evidence. HIS HEAD HUN? DOWN FROM TREE DEATH OF A MAN NEAR HAMIL- TON UNDER PECULIAR CIR- CUMSTANCES llainillon, Fo.v, who resided nt Walerdovvu. met w.ith a terrible accident on ThiirEdaj night 'u-lilcb- reunited, in 'his- doitb, while n' shorl cili. over a Irani-1' NO t-..'..TE TO FIXED FOR LOCAL OPTION ELECTION I Udinoiiioii, Oct. virtue of de- iisious rendered in Hie supreme court] by JiiBticc Walsh and received in the j oily today. Dr. 0. S. Strong, chairman I of ibe license- commission, is resirain-l I'd from setting llie dale for holding otj vote on local option in license dis-1 rids 2 and covering about one-third J if th? scillcd areu of the province, i null snc.D time as the brought] iy the citizens of (hose districts, ash-' ng Thai local petitions Im de-l -hired invalid, shall have been tried. Ipplicaiions for injunctions were iiadc hist week, and in accordance vith today's decision they will be con- iniied nnlil October 2-1. AUTONOMY IS GRANTED. IJomr. Oct. die Sultan of Turkey has issued a Finnan granting j anlciioiny to Ihe Arabs of Tripoli and t'yre.nia. ihc Kins of Ilaly has made; public a decree, according full anneslyj to the inhabiUnls of Iliosc two provin- ces v.-lut been guilty of any acts of liosiilily. All prisoners and deport- ed persons arc to be released immed- iately. way that cresses the inain 'lino o[ the. fi. T. from WaterdoAVir'to ;.l. Oallaglian's brickyards. lie was walk-, ins in .the..darkness and in seme" nn-. accountable manner he (ripped arid fell off Ibe tramway, alighting :in a.: tree Ihirfy feet, below. His foot causlit in a crotch- in tree, leav-. ing him hanging head down.' Ho insdt- several unsuccessful attempls to free himself, lint found was im-'. (lossiblc. lie screamed lor help biii no one was near. The rushed lo ills head .and he was overhe.ued from hia elTorts. hmiK nj) in I he tree all night and uai; discovered Friday niorniiig by some employees of the .brickyard. lie was slill conscious but was paralyzed in liolh arms. .Medical aiil was-sum- moned and cvcTyfhlns possible was done for him, hut 'without I. Thcj doclr-rs said Mr.. Fox injured bis sjilno by the fall and that pncnmcnin bail set in from exposure. He was removed lo Hie home of John Cal- lughan. Ills employer, but died short- ly aflcrwards. A hook is provided on a now port- able eleclric desk lamp ao it. may lie hnn.K on a bed or olhcr furniture for a lisht. The Late W. A, Cornwall I -m in in (..irlv __ I I'omiment w.is manors K, ihp .irniers Mr. v.ns promim-nl J i.o fo niu.'h by Clarcsholni. Ocl M" "ir" hi, in his an.l A Ilial Claresholni. Ocl. Wiu, in ('LiiL-anolii, trict, wlicn sad news came hand the win's on Tuesday mo-nine of the clig.iili Ihrougli acci. dent in (he sirc'cl.s'ol of Mr. VT. A. Cornwall. When, some time wall, who had for si.v yc.rs ,bal was heard of'him win .'he neV', i cl !cri-iic o' nianafrer of raiu.tian or J of famlily. IA.........' six it, oi bank iy nf mitloring him a andibini in i'fic-r years tnr kincll him a prr.- d Tor die Kaat ai-ihc ec.J'cii1 Ia.-i -v b- moiccl 10 ho a, Masar.i rails, ceased had in the aeneral opinion u-a, llie loss, larso v i. was 'nderuteap for MEN and BO VS mnaser ,b, assisl-j Cliun-liinan anil Clirisiian. d ill, lollll (if ,101 i'i-MiL :'luo lo iiis inciiv man in appearanre and dress. '--1 i--i'i in- foraotton ii- who kneu him ill ihc CornxvaM's full name w.-ijs Jam Alan. Ii is no, U.iown when iicj crick-I, Anglican Chiiivh 10 which li He was so nllieli UNSHRINKABLE Warm, shapely and comfortable. C.-irel'iilly tailored in Single nml Union Suits DEALERS EVERYWHERE .1 siv To PLAY AT WAP. i.ioiin .M Toron.o. Major-Ceneral .i-, ,11 -i. issiit-d cnli'rs for lit- IhoilKh. of roars.-. a move i anmul sham on incviiable some lime oilier. i.. Day, will, iroops from bad Tcniaincj in Claretholm fit of Ihc cunnnmiii .''iiim i.'oi l.ai-iic-j IKH' "'-o'-'i and Ilranllunl Tiger Brand ;