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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta SUPPLEMENT TO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Thursday, April 5th, 1006. I TEE STRIKE HAS FORCED US TO IT Anticipating the biggest business which we have ever had, we purchased the largest and best assorted stock of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, LADIES', CHILDREN'S & MEN'S SHOES, LADIES' COSTUMES AND SKIRTS. TAILORING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES, Etc., ever shown under one roof in any City in Alberta. These goods are all new this season and were bought from the best markets in the w jrld. Owing to the depression in business caused by the strike, we have decided to Literally Slaughter this Gigantic Stock, Commencing Wednesday Morning, April 4th, 1906, at 9 o'clock, And continuing for nine business days only. WE MUST HAVE HONEY. We are compelled to raise a large amount of her4 cash within the next few days, and therefore we offer you the beet of High Qrade Goods at prices which in many cases do not cover the cost of raw material The Store will be closed two days (Monday and Tuesday, April 2nd and 3rd) to give us a chance to get the bargains ready for you. The price of everything will be marked down in plain figures. Everything will be offered at a sacrifice. Prices like these must appeal irresistibly to people of sound judgment. CLOTHING Wc'are acknov'cdged all through Southern Albert* as the largest and only STRICTLY up-to-date Clothiers. Wc do not carry a cheap shoddy class of Clothing- If you want that, you cannot get it here. We carry only the host makes, such as Semi-Rcndy, Campbell's, C X. & R, Proper Clothes fpr Men. These are all registered brands, and every suit is guaranteed by tho manufacturers and ourselves. 25 pr�. STRONG TWEED PANTS, worth SI 50 to 2.00, Sale price 95c 20 prs. FINE STRIPED WORSTED PANTS, worth 81.75 to $2.50. Sale price, $1.25 1% Lot BOYS' KNEE PANTS, size* 22 to 32, worth up to $1.00, Sale price, 65o One Hig Lot HOYS' FINE WORSTED KNICKERS, worth up to $1.50, Sale price, 05c OneUigLotof MEN'S FINE RAIN COATS in dark gray and fancy stripe patterns, worth from $10 to 918, Sale price, $5.05 Another Big Lot MENS RUBBERIZED WATER-PROOF COATS, always sold irom 8 to $12, Sale price, $4.95 24 only MENS FINE TWEED SUITS, assorted Patterns and colore, worth from S8 to $12, 8aX0 prf^ 35,85 B.-r Lot of FINE SCOTCH TWEED SUITS, choice patterds, worth from $10 to $14, Sale price, $6.95 SO only MEN'S FINE SCOTCH TWEEDS AND WORSTED SUITS, choice fabrics and newest patterns. The very thing for a nobby Spring Suit Worth from $12 to $16, " Sale price, $8.65 MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 130 dozen PINE LINEN LAWN HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS, imported direct from tiie makers in Ireland. Worth from 10 to 20 cent*. Bale price, 5c 10 dozen SILK STRIPE NECLIGEE SHIRTS, with collars attached. Worth from 75c to $1, Sale price, 49c 15 dozen MEN'S SOFT FRONT SHIRTS, all new Spring patterns, sites 14* to 1(3a. Worth from $1 to $1.25. Sale prloe, 75c One Big Lot MEN'S SILK BOW TIES, light and dark oolors, worth 25c to 30e. Sale price, lOo Our Men's Furnishing Department will be a moving as* of Bargains.from one ond to the other. Men's Working1 Shirts. Greatest Bargains in Men's Working Shirts ever offered in the history of Letbbriclge. One Big Lot MEN'S SOFT FELT HATS, worth from $2 to $8.60, Sale price, 95c We have all the latest novelties in now Easter Hats direct from the makers, every one of which will be offered at Special Prices during this Gigantic Sale. BOOTS AND SHOES. Here's where ONE DOLLAR goes exactly as far as TWO. Geo. A. Slater's INVICTUS Shoes. The retail price is stamped on those shoes by the manufacturer, Geo. A. Slater of Montreal. They are reuowned and sold from Ocean to Ocean at the stamped piiee. We have a large stock of them, mid have decided to close out the entire stock at HALF PRICE. The stock is comprised of Patent Leather, Kangaroo, Box Calf, Giant Calf, Waterproof, Tan, Russo a Calf, Vici Kid and tho Celebrated Dry Soi Shoes. INVI0TU8 SHOES stamped by the Baker $4.50, SALE PRICE $2.25 INVIOTUS SHOES stamped by the maker $5.00, SALE PRICE $2.50 INVIOTUS SHOES sold from Ocean to Ocean at $5.50, SALE PRICE $2 75 INVIOTUS DRT SOX SHOES stamped by the maker $0.00, SALE PRIOE $300 We have hundreds and hundreds of other pairs of Shoes which will be offered at Special prices to Clear during this Immense Sale. Every pair is backed by our guarantee of satisfaction no matter how low the price. We have neither time nor space to enumerate the thousands of other Bargains which will be offered during thife the GREATEST MONEY SAVING SALE ever offered to the people of Alberta. There will be a mighty movement of all goods, Nothing reserved. Everything marked in large plain figures, and at such low prices that the stock must move quickly. BE ON HAND EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE. REMEMBER this Great Sale begins April 4th, and Positively Closes Saturday, April 14th Lethbridge, Alta. 46999 ;