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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LfTHgftlDQI DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBEA M, I Ml. PAGE FIVE Pr Value Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats have proved their quality and today are the choice, of well dressed men in every section of Canada. Pattern boa up. The new -styles Overcoats for fall are the finest garments ever made in this country, regard- less of price. in Suits and 87 wait until the firemen arrived- au.d leaped from the windows and were injured. Others were hurt by falling from the fire escape in the rear. A number of them suffered from severe burns. FIRE AT BRAINERD, MINN. Brainerd, Minn., Oct. fire which started here early this morn- ing, was still burning at 11 o'clock and unless speedily checked the) loss will be 'The Columbian block, valued at has been destroy jd. McKELVIE Sole Agents for Lethbridbe. LIVES LOST IN A TENEMENT FIRE New York, Oct. .persons were killed and eleven injured ia a fire which swept through a three- atory. tenement building at 15th St. Third avenue -before daylight this morning. Fire Chief Crocker believes it the work of an incendiary the police have started an inves- tigation, the-: first of the firemen reach- PAPERS RECOVERED Ottawa, Oct. 28.--Word has been Deceived here thiat riapers relative to Canada's section of Alaska bound' ary survey commission, including re- counts involving the sum of S3') 000. which were reported lost at Vancouv- er, have been mysteriously returned. G ir Who Was Shockingly Murdered eoVthe buildings the flames were ex- tending fron> tihe basement to the sec- ond floor and it was some time be- fore they, could get into the apart- ments on the second and third floors. Firemen who entered the rooms on the third no'or found the bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Diets. After being awakened they had apparently Tiverton, police sought escape by the door and on; are positive in their assertion that opening it they were overcome by j the-dismembered body of the young the 6moke and flames and quickly (girl which was found along the Bui- suffocated. Several persons did not' road is that of Amelia St. The sitting of the Supreme Court continued yesterday in the Caledon- ian Hall, G-lyn Street. Seeley vs. Rimouski Fire Insurance Co., W. C. Simmons foj plaintiff and R. B. Bennett for defendants. The defendants set up a defence that the printed4 conditions on the back of the policy requiring the filing of notice of claim were not completed by the as- sured. The Chief Justice regretted that under the present statutes he was bound by the decision of the Su- preme Court which makes it binding on the assured to fulfill all of these requirements. Judgment was given for the defendants. Brady R. I. This was a suit for the possession of a piece -of land which Brady held for -twelve years and paid taxes thereon and con- sequently his ownership could not be disputed. In giving judgment for the plaintiff his Lordship remarked that it was lucky for the plaintiff that the twelve years were up. L. M. John- stone for plaintiff and Conybeare Co. for defendant. Aubin vs. McBrayne. A promisory note was in dispute. The verdict was in favor of the plaintiff. W. Ives for Aubin, Conybeare Co. for de- Aikens vs. Robbins. W. C. Sim- mons for plaintiff and L. M. John- stone for defendant. This was a case of dispute over a script which Rob- bins had' agreed to sell to Aikens. Aikens paid and failed to pay the .balance. Robbins sold' the script to another party. Judgment was given in favor of plaintiff for Court adrourned till Saturday morn ing at ten o'clock, owing to the fun- eral of M. Barford. 111 ii 11 M i in 11 iiii I.H..H..M i m 111111 M 1111 m 11 m n 1111 Mt I-N.....11 -H OLD TIMER WILL RECOVER Jean, of No. 6 North Eighth street. {Fall River, Mass. The identification, which w-as made by Mrs. Jean Lam- I ereaux, an aunt with whom the girl i lived; was-brought about by the (Special to the Herald) j finding of numerous pieces of women's I Blairmore, Alta., "Oct. 28-Mark i clothing more than iour miles from j Holloway, the old timer who- was the torso were found not'expected no arrests were made the ,-police of Fall River have been putting two young men, one of whom is to live last Monday owinS to-Ms accident, has now definitely decided to become a much older timer and to continue supply- known to have been friendly with jMiss St. Jean, through amination. The first gruesome discovery in the case was made on Monday afternoon when a rural mail carrier found in. the tope of a telescope suit case a left leg, in two parts, severed" at the knee. jan-d a right leg from the knee to the thigh, hidden in a clump of bushes close to the Bulgermarsh road, about two miles from the' centre of Tiver- ton. CLARKE ff CO The Ladies'Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOX CASH the Best Furriers Present their Masterpieces In this Showing of Fall and Winter Furs Not from lit! known sources ccrne these splendid ex- amples of the furrier's art, but from the men who made, and moulded fur fashions for many a day. These copies, goods which you can see at any time, but furs which possess a distinctive out-of-the- ordinary air 'that will capture fashion loving wom-ai. Their goodness is riot external either, they are good all the way through. Q uality furs possessing the attributes which have mad, this store a centre for women's wearing apparel and an absolute guarantee accompanies every piece. Our range of furs is comprehensive, and' the low pricings .which mark the Fall goods will find ready response among thrifty women who need "quality" furs. Mink Scarfs to Mink Stoles to S100 Mink Muffs to Black Persian Lamb Scarfs to Grey Squirrel to Grey Squirrel Scarfs to Red Fox Sets Beautiful styles Black Persian Lamb Muffs to ing the Pass weekly -with his vege- a severe ex- tables, he apparently thinking seven- j ty-six is too young to die. The Rocky Mountain Cement Co. have called for tenders to inine and supply them with twenty tons of shale daily. There is, keen competi- tion 'for the contract. W. Youn- of Pincher Creek', is tak- ing D. L. Robertson's position in the 41-Meat Market, the latter having started a meat market 'for himself. Harry Howard is-fitting up his base ment with lavatories, bath rooms, etc., and also placing steam heat throughout his Hotel. Work has com-1 menced on J. Purvis' new residence on State St. F. Knight Co. have the contract. Mr. and Mrs. Ingham and -family' left for Ontario last the form- er escorting his fa-pi ily east for an ex- tended period. Miss TYinnie Howard is in charge cf the school iag his week's absence. The Ladies IE conicction with the Baptist Church, held a suc- cessful social in their church last evening. Singiig was the order of the evening. Amongst the performers were Mrs. Baldwin, Massrs. Barker, Hamar. Smith and Dan, the Misses Thomas and Gates. Miss Sargent made a speech, expounding the work etc., of the Auxiliary, more ladies to join-. were served and a collection taken up. In T OUT OF THE ORDINARY VALUES IN EVERY DAY NEEDS The test of a service is its ability to supply the staple things, the articles which are used day after at a moderate price. Because 'this store meets this test every day in the year, is one of the prime factors in its growth. Just at this time w.i are presenting many opportunities for sayings in these every day needs offer- ing goods of the finest quality at money saving prices THESE FIGURES TELL THE STORY: FINE KNIT and. Misses' sizes. Plain colors cr fancy stripes. COLLAR of trans- parent celluloid, five on a card.. All heights. BUSTER brown, cardin- al, black or white; finished with neat ornament. UNUSUAL CORSET new style; Dircctoiru moCel; shown in 'all sizes, p r- fect fitting. EXCELLENT or natural colors, long s'loeve vjsts with drawers to match. FANCY VELOURS-rl2 medium and dark colors, for waists, house dresses and children's wear. HAIR PADS, PIR and {he wanted colors in medium and extra large rolls. HAIR to of'silk or real human liair, various sizes, all colors. Time Table A charge in the C. P. E. time table goes into effect on Sunday. _ The changes on the Crow's Nest branch! r are very few. The eastbound trains arrive and depart a? follows: No. 24.25. Leave 24.35. No Hat 15.00. Leave 15.10. No. Leave 1.50. Westbound No. 3.50. Leave 4.00-. No Leave 5.15. No. 13.15. Leave 13.25. 1.40. WIFE TO TESTIFY AGAINST HUSBAND Sudbury, Qnt., Oct. trial of James Robinson, charged with the murder of tin- infant of his -daughter, for which crime his wife has already been sentenced to death, commenced yesterday. The sensation of the day's proceedings was the appearance of Mrs. Robin'son in court. She was called as a witness for the crown, but the admission of her evidence wis ob- jected" to by the defence and Judge MaG-ee, adjourned court until noon today when he will decide the point. Hudson's Bay Co. Special Sale of Ail- Wool and Union Carpet Squares Now is the time to make your homes cosy and comfortable for the winter. UNION SQUARES Union x 3 yds. Regular for.................... Union 1-2 x 3 1-3 yds. Regular for___.......... x 4 yds. Regular for.....N ALL-WOOL SQUARES All .Wool x 3 yds. Regular for All Wool x 3 1-2 yds. Regular for All Wool x 4 yds. Regular for A Splendid Assortment of Brussels Squares Just Arrived. Ladies' Pall and W Waists Ladies' Fall and Winter Waists in all Wool cardinal and navy. The newest styles in Silk and Net Waists In all shades, the latest New York 32 to 42. Prices ranging from to Women's Pur-lined Coats v Made of high grade imported Broadcloth; Kued with fine quality Alaska Sable Collars. Price to Made of the "beet grade of imported Broadcloth. Lined with fine quality Muskrat; Mink collars and devers. All sizes. Prices, each, from We have pretty White Icelandic Bows at....................40c and 60c V VT_? Jim 1 L In Serges, Worsted. Panama, Voile and Broad- cloth. All the leading shades and newest styles MEN'S FTTH LINED of the best black imported Melton cloth, splendidly tailored in every particular; lined with fine Muskrat; gen- uine Otter collar: made in the latest style from selected skins. A coat for a A SIMILAR a fine Persian Lamb MEN'S RACCOON from selected skins, perfect in every detail. Prices and BLACK DOG to MEN'S ADJUSTABLE COLLARS, PERSIAN RIVER MINK SABLE DYED RAT MEN'S FUR CAPS., PERSIAN and MUSK and SHORE MINK Cheaper lines to MEN'S GAUNTLETS, SEAL OTTER WOMBAT BLACK DOG................... i I T T t s T J. i M I t H-I-'.' ;