Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
f. VOLUME 2 LbTHBUIDGE, ALBEIITA.'THURSDAY, OCTOBEIt 81, 1907. NUMBER K2 The Store of Quality. McKelvie _ & McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed Sole Agents for FIT-RErlM GARMENTS Style and Service combined is FIT-REFORM'S Greatest Stronghold in fine Tailoring Tts of thp utmost importance to you to know who makes the clothe* you buy; what kind of reputation this maker lias; what kind of clothes trimmings, nml workmanship he is in the habit, of putting Into the jrar-tnents. The TIT HEFOIIM garments you buy here nre positively giiarnnteMd in thesj r.spects. BRAKEMAN FRASER KILLED Fatal Accident in the Canadian Pacific Railroad Yards Last Night. J Jury will view the remains nnd adjourn until this evening nt the Court house. Tho collision "must have been one of territllc force ns the standing caboose is com pit-Holy shuttered, the incoming one being half way through it. This morning Mr. Cornocker. a! CP.It, employee and .Joseph llosn, ! the call-boy, in looking over the t wrocl:ed cars found tho limbs of the unfortunate man. They bad been car ! rieil five feet into the car. Hrnke-iniin Jvlllen who was in the caboose with Eraser was uninjured, Iwing in ' the further curl. Such an accident cotibl not occur without gross carelessness on the part of somebody. As far a.s the llcrnld can make out, the train v as made up on the main line, which is not permissnblo. The train was not protected by lights. Eraser, who had just got onto tho train b.-ing about to attend to this when the accident occurred,, More- Southard's (Jipuic Sale .* �\ STILL LEADS IN THE RACE FOR BUSINESS The mnnnor in which the people of Lelhbridge have respended to our announcement would have innile any merchant's heart glad, and beBt of all not one of the hundreds who attended went > away dissatisfied. Tho people of Lethbridgo are certainly quick to take advantage of Boch oppor> tnnities, where many a nimble sixpence went far beyond all expeditions. We ore gratified at the response out great sale met with during the first three days, and wish to thank the many patrons we have gained through this sale. People came for many miles to attend, and went home delighted, and from immy wo have heard that this was "THE GREATEST SALE" - "THE MOST ASTON IS HI NO VALUES EVER SEEN IN THIS SECTION OP THE COUNTRY." SATURDAY, NOV. 2ND will be the Jast day of this great sale, and we are determined, to make it an eventful diiy. and are therefore preparing many bargaiiis which will be offered cm that date only. the Gait hospital but there was no i/iver, all trains coming into tho hope of his recovery from such injuries nml ho died at half past one o'clock. The deceased, who wns but 22 years of age, was a cousin of Pave Eraser, of the Dallas Hotel, and a native of Nova Scotia, his parents living in n farming community in ] Pictou County, called flho fJntiioil of Kd.'ii, A message was sent them yards nre supposed to be under such j control that thoy may In- sto\i|N keeping. P.eady for service or made to your inousure. Vriee ...... S22.0O and 82.VO0 THE FIT-WKFOltM. COATS AT .S1.V00. OVF.lt- TA1LOHED SEHOE St'ITS AT 18.00 and 822.00. Fit-Heforin navy and black suits for fall and winter wear nre guaranteed not to fnde. They nre drossy, wear well, anil hold their shape. Price ...... SI8.00 mm! *22.00 YOU WILL HAVE TO Hl'UHY If you want ono of our block if you want one of our Tllaek Il.-nr Fur Coats, BISHOP MAKK. regular price S21. $21. a ml $2(1. On Sale for n Few Days Only At *lti..Vi, $18..-,0 AND S20. In qualities of Covetvtten, Two-ds, and Heavers, J and full lengths. Price ........................ St.ViV) CHEVIOT QUALITIES AT Sir...0 an olllco for the secivtary of the Ilonrd of Trade whose salary was Increased. W. C. Simnions, M.P.P.. who is a meuituKr ot-tlui-Ktectitlve, was present, was p.oRont und regarding the Land Titles Registry Ofllr., for L;-th-biidgi, informed the executive that he had intervieved Hon. W. H. Cushiiur the Provincial Minister of Public dicinl district. The exi�enso of erect ing, equipping, nnd manning them-would be wry groat. The government thought it Iwtter i provideil in Calgary, the servlcj would be giva.tly improved and cheap eii\'*i\ 1 1 - Mr. Cushjng authoriwd Mr. Sini-inons to say that the Department of Public Works was ready to receive options for a suitable site for a 1 Works in the matter, Mr. Cashing! court-house in Ix'thbridgo. | | informed him that it was not the In-1 The Executive instructed the Secro-tetttioii of tho government to incivasei ', tary to write the Deputy Miuisi�r of ' the number of oflices bin to enlargei Public Works at Edmonton to urge the present offices and incivoxe the j upon him the necessity of biiKtening Overcoats Only the best of materials, of the most expert tailoring, of the nicest appearing, and all of this season's style and stock. All go at our special discount which brings them down to the bare coBt, ond in many cases below. Note these Prices Men's Overcoots. mnde from'fine quality tweed Overcoating in a neat strtje pattern cut in Chesterfield style and finished with silk velvet collar, worth-12.50, sale price |6.25 Men's Fnncy yicuna Overcoutp mnde in latest single breasted style, 50 inches long, worth 15.00, sale price.... $7.90 Men's Fine Black English Beaver Overcoats, guaranteed all, wotown accounts. CALfiARY CLAKKSHOLM toMO.VTON ilK.II RIVER IVMSl-'AfL BRANCHED IH AJLBKRTA HANTON STAVELY rlVCHER CREEK STRATHCONA rOI-iOKA VKGREVIl.LE WtP1 DEER VERMILION WETASKIUIN LEAVINGS LETHURIDGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT Edinonliiii, . E. Fleming, formerly of Maple Creek and Medicine Hut it, uccountant. Ladies' FUR RUFF Specials A big lot of Ladies' Fur Ruffs, whrth up to $20.00 Sale price $9.95 REMEMBER. that Saturday, Nov. 2, will positively be the last day of this great money saving sale. Bt'tMire ^S&g.beforu u A SOUTHARD PHONE lOO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.