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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BAITY HERALD BUY YOUR SUIT AT THIS STORE SATURDAY AND THERE is no excuse for trying to finish out the rest of the year with a shabby- suit, It won't pay you when a stylish new, winter suit can be feti.ught for so few It is a policy straightly adhered to in this store to dispose of all clothing the seasdn-in which it is made. Though the wearing season is at its the selling season is shortening. As is always the case, one or two particular suits are early in the season sold out in certain sizes, the same with overcoats, so we have decided to bunch the whole of these broken lines to- 'gether regardless of cost and sell on Saturday at one price. j ASUIT f or OVER- 1 COAT for 'These suits consist of a few worsteds in brown and navy, fine lines of Scotch Tweeds thajtr are so much in demand this season, heather mixtures, browns, etc. Overcoats in Meltons, Heavy Scotch and Irish Tweeds, etc. at all prices up to r ON SALE SATURDAY tr MACLEOD BROS. RAYMOND NEWS Stirling on rhanl sgiung night Mm01 is fo occupv the chur ind thp follownij, aitisU wulSssigrt. Aliss Young, Miss Rasmus-Jen; R.'.-.A Wm inshan and Uriel O Brlen. Raymond.. Alia., Oct. mar- thai! wishes the Herald to bylaw, regarding the running or recycles OH' the walks wiN'be -strictly enforced. "Offenders- will please take notic! The Raymond Mercantile Co. de- livered beds and mat- resBOB to the Knight Sugftr. Co., Ltd. 'their boarding house the .fac- tory. Every available corner ofythe tjuiiding ie .occupied, and employees scattered all over the town; V daughtui WAR born to Alt and Wesley McMiiUin, on. Sit.urday October 21; O. B. government, none man, is Jn Raymond, looking aftei the installation of an ouier (n tho switch board in local offic1, Work on the Auditorium1 at-the pub- 11 school is abour completed Lit nocieticd will, ho organized 'in'1 ihft different d-spartments and'enter- talnnftnU given by, -the pupijs. A smoker was held in Oddfel- lows Hall last night, when were made for installation of an Indenpend- Order of Oddfellows lodjfe on .Wednesday night, November I. The list irlll be open for charter membertf for two months 'from that date, but K: is desired that as maiij-.as- possible sho.uld join at the first installation. J. fj. Aired was., the speakerrat tlva meeting house on Sunday''night last. His subject The Mi Arthur Kirkliam "contributed a Yead- nig Than itopsis, and Mrs Aithui ind Mr Chas strong solos If'you wish thto town progre_ssive, And its rate of growth excessive Hi en Modlj giva us less of Knocks, knocks; That the whea) of progress'.blocks. Knocks flill pn us on the rocks good word for'-the town ponf and :then. H CHIOS r P li Md coint vondu tan bojs uore um a uohlion of the by! .e.i (hr use of fire Tim l. n YMth f.re on S.mdaj urn lo l ince a LI "LI, inre and miut lie slopped knbw tint the moon rises it fi 4 1 n in., "and sets at tun. .This will guarantee tint tbose attending the vuld fowl uimci M. "SLU Stnhiin will nioouhfeht, oonitng ind I lie menu has on H wild wild uuLk and chicken ind lit, isuppei be I in ilio piHtmt Que-eii J-iotel nom 0 lo "0 o clock or iftci 10 3t> p m mangel of tl e Kuishr Sugii Co Jjtd met illi in iccident lae eiiinjr than i did oil of tun fellows Giintl officeit be ent f'-om Cilsaii iina i e libiidgc 'I'his is the anniversary of; Car (wtpn as tlie Cardston Mai is not readv for tlie -occusion the brethren to tt'n mond 1 o a .S On! hj Ihe lleiald con spondent'rjr Ii4d been pulled in to the Jbout tlncs'inis 111 hib distunt "Mr uls uuloatied I b> pieces (sucror of It. C. l-Iarvic, said" that .this.fall .his from one side of outfit has' turned 'over 1 uticiilais legirding oo had fioni K V GilfiP1? to whom the bunlui of picpintion Ins SaigHj tillcn uml fo whom 1 due he lodge io Il1jmonll D.'tsusls in the piedicted to be continued tilt Cluigtinis in 01 del to c Jan up Ihe tiot good Ihe truanoj officer has his eve out. u grulins luuctiaiis ?iIchi in t I Academy, neld. lhin i On I lum Of the Knighl an eniorUiiniuenl is to be 'oat invilations, wrKI.en' i counle of heads of houses uho are not complying, with bylaw It is compulsorj that all rbifd between ihe-ages of .ari'd' 11 shai acbool aff or the RaMnond I'nblic, School are tocfav fm oinci school outside of the citj of Lethbridge will as laifc acntation at this gAthenng rtfoi no .ovfn hau is laige a staff of tlichois the Un toDite Shnin-, T nas' insta'ilcd a water syst-am, )ver J4000 Lnl and when LlliFon-Rill distuct He pile not removed fell, cjuch ing.liim balow thaknee, scraping tho leg tnd on anile D and Keillor were called, but i.gvfe bwn sent mil. aimounc. -found that; no-bones .foul been .''Queen of Hades' Hall." On en Ml rilisoii ifa it the Mblldnv. the Hciicf home of his son .1. E. bllison. are' to serve inenls at. UM Op- lj Wednesday November 1st is Ilollgo tiny, and in the even st mil Ills, been set in the to the iu--Ull ition of i lortw ,ncc will (lost- the piriceedings anf A lut" of Ollle' ,'un" IH.louc en night OcloU. I the The pupils, iii Raymond school nnm- >er upwards of 500. Kftymond talent is'contribuUng the programme for the entertainment at Smokeless Powder Shells "LEADER1' and "REPCAttR" The superiority of Winchester Smokeless Powder Shells is Among intelligent shooters they "stand first in pop- records and shooting qualities. Always use far Field or Ask Your Dsattr For This h no doubt, he taken Jidvai heater the time, -As -soon 'jquipnisnt- toi olccti ic masc ij.c is set up th, 1 parlor will he as up-io-date as !K to he found. j I'rincipal Smith, of -the public sciiool, lias adopted a syMtem of fire i drills. On tin hour was I (-Jf.'ent In iiractice. lrroin time toStitne [alarms .will -be given, and the sciiool j cleared out. In a' building accommb- hundred children for 'rlays In ihe week, it 13 necessary Home aunh system should be adopted, j i Now that "the chicken season is' rnally bore, the hunters who P.ut a gun under the buggy seat, for fear a coy-1 off: might climb in, have no moi'M need make no fnrtiicr heavy draughts on their imaginations. the draiiRlits will now he made on bottles coniainlny siwo-kolo, Iron nrevf, mountain dow, etc. Von sco, when one goes hunting in the fall the writer may be ciuirsud with fever .germs, with typhoid baccili, or other, man-clestroyiiif; microh'ea. therefore, ran'l. he tco careful what they -drink while on me prairie, tt may hn of value 10 those plannlnp to CHANGE your brand for the Scotch that vet its high reputation. At all dealers. BUCHANAN'S hojiu Meus ami I ulic Mut ml idici tiso d UK e wuli bl irl and iwitches prowling 'round the hall: sal 'ads, pumpkin pie-and sandwiches. Thin will nlso be held in the Opera a good lime is promised. Last Saturday night n dance held 'in tho Oddfellows Hall. INDIANS ARE AFTER MONEY 0. O. ROBLIN, TORONTO Spokane. Wash., Oct. tribes of .u'ostcni Indians in Wash- ington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana, nave reahied Marve II. I'hipps, of Kpokane, to represent them in pres- enting a iiieinorial at the next, session or lo ohtain belong- ing to them. Hi.1 will start for Wash- ington the latter part of Xovomhcr. 'J'he tribes In tins are: Plntliead, Cayusp, Pcnil d'OrelKe, Willn Walla, UmaMHa, N'ex Coirlllc. Koot- enny and Ularlcfeel. In -addition lo tho awards, sonin of which date back nventy-five yearn, efforts will be madp o obtain allotnicnis of entity 'of agricultural land, or of Jmid foi each Iiuliin child Wont'-'since the -adoption -of -thfe. treaty. It is purposed to present these tribal' c'laims "tov the coiiri of claims ior adj. The In izmg stment by. the government iins are lofting' 'tire use of is of money belonging" to the ud tills action is to secure a nt. Judge the :ourt at'Missoula, .Mont., 1ms lot nib! c itificition uidioi Phipps to represent the vaiv lous tribes. Gen Whisl eu 1- of King on, had' a Ihigb badly crushed1 det a coal FATAL ACCIDENT AT STETTLR-R1. Btettlcr; Oct. ac- cident oct lined ibqiit fne o clock idaj ifieiuoon nhen a well known teamster named Robert Young igeri about "o returning to town with a team and a wagon .of graae! When lieu the 0 P B cross uig rt mile west of town (he team be camv fiighfened bohted Young tell off tnd the passed his head and rhesl Some ueople re- idiug neat named Chattel lan to his ,issist-uic.e hut he dted i few 'minutps latoi Deceised lenes, i and infant childien His nther who faims eist of Castor, kuonn herp T HIS is the Style Shop for i r }onng ncn uho unit the! ver) latest creations in Overcoats. Fit-Reform styles are the tfl'ects that jump inio Uvor is soon as introduced. Keep pace with the leaders. Get in louch wiiii Styles. McKELVIE McGUIRE, ;