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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mm VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. ALBEllTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1907. NUMBER fc2 ; The Store McKelvie _ Satisfaetion i of Quftltty. & McGuire Guaranteed 1 Sole Igents for HT-IIE70RM GftRMENTS Style and Service combined is FIT-REFORM'S Greatest Stronghold in fine Tailoring Its of the uliiioKt importance to you to know who makes the clothes you buy; what kind of reputation this maker has; what kind of clothes trinimingsi aiid workmanship he is in the habit, of putting: into the garments. The FIT REFORSr garments you buy here are positi\ely guaranteed in these respects. riT-TlBFOIlM SJITS AT .SJ.5 Tailored from imported t\vt"ods, mixed greys and brown patterns. All sizes. Single and Double Breasted. Price ......... ................. 15.00 TAILORED .Srn\S AT $18. suits arc made from fine imported tweeds, neat pat terns, now shoulders, single nnd double breasted. Price........................... $18.00 FIT-UBFORM SLITS AT $22 AXD 825. Tailored from the Scotch and Irish Two��ds and worstcfls. Perfect shape keeping. Ready for service or made to youi- measurs. Price ...... S22.00 and $25.00 TAILORED SERGE SUITS AT S18.00 and $22.00. Fit-Reform navy and black suits for fall and winter wear are guaranteed not to fade. TJ>o.v are dieVel>er, the C.l'.R. doctor. The doctor arrived in a ver,^ short time and did all that it. This morning Mr. Cornocker, a C.P.R. eniplo.vee and .To.seph Rosa, the cttll-boy, in looking over the wrecked cars found the limbs of the unfortunate man. They had been car ried five feet iirto the car. Brake- Southard's 6iMic Sale k STILL LEADS IN THE RACE FOR BUSINESS^ The manner in which the people of Lethbridge have respcnded to our annonncement wouMf have made any m�^rchant's heart glad, and best of all not one of the hundreds who attended went; away dissatisfied. The people of Lethbridge are certainly quick to take advantage of stich opportunities, where many a nimble sixijence went far beyond all expeetations. We are giatified at the: response out great sale met with during the first three days, and wish to thank the many patrona; we have gained through this sale. People came for many miles to attend, and went home de}ig^t|; ed, and from many we have heard that this was "THE GREATEST SALE" - "THE MOST ASTONISHING VALUES EVER SEEN IN THIS SECTION OF THE COUNTRY." was possible for the injured man, who was still conscious and abUi to ask about his injuries, until the ani- ' with Fraser was- uninjured, treing in the further end. Such an accident eoul,d not occur without on the part of somebody. As far as tbe Herald can make out, the train vas made up on the main bulance arrived, which according to line, which is not permissable. The statements of those there, was ex- train was not protected by lights, actly one hour and ten minutes after j Fraser. who had just got onto the the call went in. Tlio unfortunate man was taken to train bj-ing about to attend to this when the accidewt occurrcfl., More- ; the. Gait hospital but there; was no /over-, all trains coming into the hope of his recovor.'i' from .such injur- � yards arc supposed to be under such ies and he died at half past one control that they, may be stop|*ed al-o'clock. I most ins'tantly. The results of the The deceased, who ^was but 22 collision would indicate that the in-yedrs of age, was a cousin of Dave coming train, was exceeding this \ Fraser, of the Dallas Hotel, and a ^ si)eod limit.. native of Nova. Scotia, his parents'^ No doubt the will bring living in a farming community in'out the facts that wil,l place the re-: Pictou County, called il;he Garden of sponsilwlity for the unfortunate fat-Eden. A message was sent them alitj'. LAND TITLES REGISTR V OFFICE Hon. Gushing Opposed to Many Small Offices. The Board of Trade 'Executive met last Fri^lay ami as a result will have some interesting matters to bring before the general meeting of the Board ne.vt Wednesday. St�ps Were taken to secure an ollice for the secretary of the Board of 'I'rade whose salary was increased. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., who is a nwmhi?.r...of._,tha.Jfi3cocutive, was pros-ctit, was p.cRorat and regarding the Land Titles Registry Office for Lsth-bridge informed the executive that he had intervieved Hon. W. H. Cushinir the Provincial Minister of Public Works in the maitter, Mr. Gushing informeier cf Public Works at Edmonton to urge tipon him the necessity of hastening the construction of the government telephone system trom Maclcod to Lethbridge and on to Taber and Reliance. will be the Jast day of this great sale, and we are determined^ to make it an eventful day, and are therefore preparing many, bargains which will be offered on that date only. ' ': ; Overcoats Only the beat of materials, of the most expert tailoring, ^ 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 cost, and in many cases below. Note these Prices Men's Overfcoats, ninde from "fine quality tweed Overcontin'jf in a neat stripe pattern cut in'Chesterfield style and flnr-ished with silk velvet collar, worth-12.50, sale price f 8.25 -A Men's Fancy Vicuna Overcoatp made in latest single breast-, �^ ed style, 50 mcheslong, worth 15.00, sale price..... $7*90; Men's Fine Black English Beaver Overcoats, guaranteed alK wodl, good value at 20.00, sale price'.............$10.00 FUk COATS Is to be and has been our stronghold, and we nnhesitatingly say that we can make you a coat or sell you one all ready, made at a lower price/than any one in this section of the country. . - ' > THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BEAD OFFICE, TORONTO 1. 1. WAtKEK, PrMldent iJJSX. LAIRD, GcneraI'Mtnager A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of Braadiee ESTADLISUED 1867 pid-up Capital, v'JI 0,000,000 Rest, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Brancbes tbrouchout Canada* and in tbe United States and England BANKING BY MAIL 85 Bnsiness may be transacted by mnil with any branch of the Bank. Acceunts may bo opened and deposits Bade or withdratim by mail. Every attention is paid to ont^f-towtt accounts. CALOARV CLAKKSHOLM tuMO.VTON HR-.JI KIVER BRANCHM HI AJLBKRTA LEAVINGS MAWTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE rWCHER CREEK STKATHCONA MACLEOD rOMOKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT (MET OEER VEKMK.ION WETASklWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE.    MANAOER Latest Telegraph Despatches TKAOEUV AT GILPI.V VcyreviHe, Oct. 29.-.r. J. Hollar, ii honicsteiuler iieair Gilpin, south of, Kanfii.'-ipy, .shot wi'th noar'.v fatal le-.sulLs a neighbor, IMchanI Hai'i�or, on Alonilay afLurnoon. Hollar, who lives on Section 4,48, K), ha.s given hiniKvli up to the po-j lice, coiil'eas^lnj;' *to Lhe .shooting inj seU'-flefoncc. Horses and Wagon Burnt. PHO.Vli: SYSTEAf COMPLETE Edjnonlon, OcC. 30.-(Special to The LJfrald;-'Iha trunk line of tha flovernnienL Telephone .system is now comple'te between Edmonton and Ve-grevillc. ELECTION RESULTS. Ln.vt Thursday evening the eastern sky brilliantly reflfctod a larjfo prairie fire. Inquirie.s elicited the fact that the lire titarted about ten miles of I-^;thbridga, just south of Coaldalo anil coverefl the'whole ter-ritoi-y to .Stirling. .4 sudden changing of the wind rau.sed the fire to catch E. Ijjwis and ii young man who works for Goo. lliiglK'S of Coaldale. Sir. Lewi.s's leiini and a now wagon wore burnt, he liimsi'lf hardly escaping. The other man lo.s't his horM and was severely luirrit. Neil Stalker's corrals were burnt and only, the hariK/sL kind of a light saved his haystacKs. Suits of the character, kind, and of the materials which will wear the longest and give the greatest satisfaction Men's and Youth's Fine"^ Tweed Suits, well made and trimmed, worth up to $12.30, Sale price ' - - $6.2$ Men's Fine Black Venetian Worsted Suits, worth up to 15.00, Sale price StSO Men's and Youths' Fancy Scotch Tweed Suits, guaranteed all Wool, worth up to 17.50, - - Sale price $8.75 (SiiecittI to The lloraldf) Toronto, Oct. 30.-The Dominion'ctions yesterday resulted in' the election of Major Bca'ttie, Con-1 scrvative in -London, C. .1. Owen, i Conservative in Ea.'it Northumbcr-; land, and Alex. Martin, Liberal, in North Wellington. Wheat Prices. The ele\'ator cpio-tations for today at Ix-'thbridgc are given bol.ow. Prices at the track ai-e the usual amount hi'ghei-. ^ Wheat No. 1 Northern ........................ 80 No. 2 Rorlhern ........................... 83 No. M Northern ........................... 78 No. 1 Northern ........................... �a Alberta H:'L ?266 ;