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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday} 1910, Well Known Youn Busi- The Quality Store a 31 ness Man Was Only 111 a Few Days BenJ. of the most popular young men, in the city, died this morning a: rtie residence of J. I H. Keilie, 635 Seventh street, after an >illn.ess a'few days. The cause of death double I monia. The death came as a shock 1 to irany Of his and acquaint- ances, who did not. know that he was ill. The funeral arrangements have not! vet dedded upon, but DEBT TENHAYTIAN li THIS is tne season of th e ear vii wen we egn to feel tke 1 necessity of a Fur or a Fur-lined' Coat. For this week only -we are making a special .oiler in Ladies' Fur and Fur-lined. Coats. Below we give a description of a few of tke bargains livery Coat we sell is guaranteed throughout. You cannot make a mistake if "Hudson's Bay Fur Coats. Ladies" Muskrat Coat Made from prime Canadian maskrat skins. .This-garment Is 46 inches long, semi-tittiag back, has neat cuffs and 'new military col- lo-iieck, lined throughout with heavy brown, satin, fastens with, handsome croceei siik buttons, has one in back. This is a stylish and. useful garment, and -will scand very Beg. .'THIS Xadlesr FiuvLiiiect .Coat Made froia choicest Bnglisli 'broadcloth, is lined with natural ..Can- adian full, inches d-ee'0 .and satin to bottom, sleeves lined with leather shields, .large storm collar and revers of highest grade genuine Canadian mink- dark fall 'furred'' and natural skias shou'icg ixvo of the very best. Can be supplied ia black, navy, brown Reg: THIS WEEK ONLY- Ladies'Miiskrat Coat Made .from choicest full furred natural skins: The pelts used-is. ail our muskrat coats are all prime skins taken in full season and ar.e all carefully selected, only the choicest is 50-inches long, extra large storm collars and revets, 'neat.cuffs.'lined thrpughauc with best brown satin; flannel- ette, fastened with handsome -crochet silk buttons, has one deep vent in back skirt facilitating walking. Tliisr represents the highest at- i'ainiaekt-in fur work and coat is very rich and d'ark and closely re-'' sembles mink. Reg. ONLY E IMS '--Ladies'- Chainpis-Lmed iai vill.'p'-bbably tomorrow 'alrenioort from the Keilie residence to church, and to St. 's cemetery. Lelhbridge j _ have charge oi" the funeral J jjind Ajberta Lodge, Sons: of; l of which he was also a rneiu j j-bex: win probably attend'-ia a body. ,V The deceased was only tweuly-sev- I wf years of age. He came .to Leth- seven or eidit vears' from Cheshire, Enslaml, and worked for four-years for C. Grav, resigning; :aaoiit 3 years ago to -become one o7 uie partners in the Western pJumbin? Co_, then being organixed-, and with which.enterprise he has been identi- fied ever since.. He was a single man and had no relatives in this country.'.1 we was-en-aged, however, to a vounVj lady in-England and Jbad; planned on' for" the old country in about 'a week's uime for the purpose of get- ting married. .Besides' bein? an ac- tive member in the Sons of 'England and he was an "en- thusiastic member oi- the Batrery.. A i'unerai service will be lieia "to- morrow atteruooi; at Mr. Kellic's, residence. 635 Glya street, service will be helcl at1 i> L.Cyprian's church. The members of th-s :uaspnie.tLodge are -requested to "meet m the Masonic Hall at 2.SO p. in., and the- Sons of England to meet in the Oii-diellows hail at 2.30 p.m. also, in order to attend the funeral in a bodv. A Wonderful Achievement Discovery of "Fruit-a-ilves" has meant health for all Canada's fame.does not rest solely on her furs .fields. Her rise in the esteem of the world is not due to her "Cobalt mines. It is the work of her -great men that lias made her great A graduate of .McGill University has won lasting renown for his original researches in the realms of Physics. Everyone knows that fruit is -whole- some, eaten judiciously. the 'fact that fruit juices have' a beneficial effect oh the various organs of the'body. It remained for a Canadian physi- cian to discover a process whereby the medicinal action of fruit could be so increased as to-rbake the intensified juices a wonderful cure. "'Fniit-a-tives" is this combination tonics. Since its' introducnbii to tne public, .Fruit-a- tives'" has met with a success accnrrlffl tives has met with a success accorded to no other medicine in the world. The reason is plain. Fruit-a-tives is the one remedy that is actually made of fruit, and is Uie only remedy.-that naturally, cures Constipation, Bilious- ness, Indigestion, Headaches, Rheu- matism, Neuralgia, Backache, Kidney add Skin Troubles. At all dealers at 5oc. a box, 6 for err trial size, asc., from Fruit-a-tivcs Limited, Ottawa. WBLE PASSED OVER THE CHANNEL GENERALS DROWN Port Au Prince. Haytl, Oct. Haytiau. gunboat Li- has been lose at sea off Jfort De Paix, following an ex- plosion on board. It is esti- mated that seventy- persons were either killed or'drowned, and it is known that twenty were rescued. .Among .those lost were ten Haytian generals were on "their 'way to take command 'of several'.divi- sions of troops in the depart- ment oi' the north. T 4- G.T.P. Fort tails of "an'alleged murder at Waco on the G-'.T.P. about 100 miles north of here last night, reached Fort Wil- liam provincial., police headquarters this'forenoon. The matf killed Chas. Waugh, a laborer. The police' say be was shot by an Italian with, a name known as "Corano Pete." It is'not known whether raur' derer is in custody. The 'officers -and I coroner are leaving this afternoon. from best English broadcloth and' lined with chamois leather 30 inches deep Sleeves also-lined. Garment is 52 inches long. tra; high collar and large revers of choice No., 1 Blaefc..- Persian .Lamb. This.class of garment is eae% Reg. THIS WEEK. ONLY READY-TO-WEAR "513. ALLOW RECTOR TO LEAVE Brandon. jiaa.. Oct. con- gregation, of St. Georges church, had prscticaily. decided., to ask for the'ap- pointment of Father F. Watsoiu of Lumsoen, Baste; it was ait noucced that Archbishop Matheson would not allow jvfiv Watson to. be. taken wh'erV he is doing such good work. It was 11 decided to communicate -with four j Man.Uobaf asking whether. sPtney Would1 accept. "j i PREPARING FOR BED, Brighton, Oct. British. PRIEST DROPS DEAD military dirigible balloon crossed the v "Winnipeg, Oct. Channel successfully from for his ;bed at St. Boniface- college a-n Prance-': to-day: It left Moisson at i nine o'clock- last 10 15 last night and at three min- unampagae, who arrived V utes after midnight it passed over Semaphore at St. Caux. then disappeared over the channel conroyed by a British destroyer. JUSTICE SIMMONS IN in the, .forenoon from Montreal, drop- ped .-dead. Father Champagne was forty-live years of age, liad''. been' ia poor hea.lth for some months and had come west to take-over the work' of J> spiritual adviser at. ilie" college. The 'jf f trip from Montreal had been made by easy .stages. A stop was raade-it T. Sault 3te. Mich., and, at Fort fe Justice Sibmoas -i- the- .1 ?r'om Winnipe -T1 Supreme Court at his'resi- last ,by. Chief Justice Harvey. Justice Sim- -T- mons left for -Calsarv this morning to. assume his new duties. T T T V T he' remarked" to wiio--met him not felt in better-Irealth ia weeks.- I London, Oct. the second fli- is T vision of the English football league, j.1 T" v T T-f jxas: Gainsborough Trinity BarnsleV "l. In tms department we .-carry a. complete, stock of- all up-to-date goods. We tnow tkat you cannot be better served Dry.-'-Goods Vhan at tke liudson s Bay Company, Tkat is an undisputed fact. 5' 1' The-ArielTaffeta all kinds of millinery purposes; colors AThite, creaia. -s-ky, cope-nliageD, pink, uld'roset nile, emerald, gray, brown and black; 4: inches'yard -f -Sfeepherfl Clieeks ancl Tartan Black "ami White in. wide.-Per Beotcli wool a good assortment of the leading clans. 42 in. wide. Per yard Nun's popular goods for evening wear, at a moderate price: all wool .and excellent -fin- ish. Per _ j g Special Line in Damask Table pure linen and Irish manufacture; bleached-on" the grass by the sun and dew. no destructive acids used: all neVdesigns and'finest quality. 'Usual price -J2.25 per TTT i i.'.ft fii L sual price g We have a large .stock of fine all wool'English, -blankets, Yorkshire and Wfeitnev make. exee {al Bay Co. 3 1-2 Point in plain colors, red, blue, white. Weig 10 Ibs. Per pair................... 4 an ideal blanket for the camper, explorer, or for travelling in the far jNTortli. 12 Ibs. Per pair....................................-.............., _ DRY GOODS MAIN FLOOR-Phone'713 BariwtoaaaafflrsBg is wearing a wKite tie today ici ypu see itHe people'-tliis'liiorning buy- ing 42c fountain pens, made by clocks at worth filled chains at i'or solid gold cuff asked if Champion is a preacher or a clergyman. cu- CO We riilinit he looks like is a lygp-n -L Men's Winter tho I most popular modes, in lat- est inarerials. smartly cur and well tailored: clothes of character and quality in which every sale gives sat- isfaction and leads TO others Prices from Men's sea- son's introductions includ- ing new ideas in sixiart double-and single breasted coats, making ninny very overcoats of full winter Prices from A Clean Cut Appearance can only obtained by having a nent and .stylish liar suited ro your .np.pearane'e and in harmony with your clothes. Drop in and see oar large showing oi' Fall styles in hats and caps. We feel quite confident, that we can suit yon both in quality and price. The -prices from PH CU N S l