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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHQRIDQE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, nECEMBEr? R, 1908. PAGE THREE STUPENDOUS SACRIFICE SALE Of Men's Clothing, Furs, Underwear, Shirts, Socks, etc. Com. Wednesday, Dec. 9 Ending Wednesday, Dec. 16 We must turn a large portion of our New, Up-to-date stock of MEN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS, FURS, etc., etc., into money by Dec. 16. Everything in these Hnes must move and we have marked them at prices that are in many cases less than manufacturers' cost. WE MUST HAVE THE MONEY FURS, FURS AT SACRIFICE PRICES -Men's Uiiccooii Coals very liciivily furrcil. Nicely iniitclied skins. Uefj'iiliir piiee ij^d^.OO. Sale jjiice .....$46.50 Men's l!al Lined Cuals wiili Persian i/anih Collai' and lajiel, f^ood (juality linin;i' and sli(dl. He^ular i)i'ice .i^iS.').!)!!. Sale piiee ..........................$57.50 .Men's Hat Lined Coals wiili No. 1 Oiler collai' and liijxd. l"'iXl ra" i^ood (|ualily lining's and slndl. iiefj'ular price .65 Men's heavy l)ine and hhud; Heavei- Clolli Oveicoals 'vll lined I lirou^-houl, peri'ecl lillinji'. Ke^iular jirice �>ri.OO. Sale iirice .................................. $8.25 Men's l''it-1!ef(iini TwcimI Overcoats. w(dl lined, hand tailored, iie^iiilar ])rice .$'..''2.00. Sale i.rice..........$15.50 REMEMBER THIS SALE COMMENCES WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 AND LASTS 7 BUSINESS DAYS ONLY 23 per cent, off all Men*s Suits SLAUGHTER SALE of Sheep-Lined CLOTHING .Men's Sheep lined Coats. Slice]) ('ollar. refr\ilar ])rice .$0.01). Sale pri.'c ....................................$3.90 .Men's cMia iica\y Duck Sheep ];ined Coals, leather bound with sheep and wonibat collars, reji'iilar $(i.nO and $T.oO. Sale iMi( ( .............................$4.75 and $5 .Men's ('imliiroy Slieep LiiH'd Coats with Wonibat collar. ri'Kular price $11.00. Sale i)rice ..............$7.85 .Men's ])iick Coats, inackinaw lined, retiiilar $4.50. Sale price ................................. ......$3.15 MOVE OUT PRICES ON HEAVY UNDERWEAR S;aiiii(d(rs Trnro Labid heavy. I'efiular in'ice $2.50 a sail. Sale jirice .......................$1.95 per SUlt I'lccce Lined Cnderwear in plain and stripes. .Uej^ailar price .'^1.25 suit. Sale price ...........85c per Sult Wool i''leece jiined I'mlerwear. Itef^ular jirice $'2.50. Sale price ..............................$1.85 per suit llea\y Crey Wool So(d 2.5 per cent off McKELVIE & McGUIRE   t e THE MEN'S WEAR MEN HURRY, HURRY, AND GET A GOOD CHOICE" 04*4*��^�^�#*^ ...WITH.. I JAS. mn Satisfaction Ciuaraiileed PHONE 289 t  : :  (let our  I PRICES I % Corrugated Iron  (ialvMiiizeil and Painted ^ Metallic Siding X : Metallic Shingles i hufore buying' elstjwliere ' We liavt! j\'.st placed a 1 carload ol' the well-known ' Metal Sliin^ile and Sidiiisi [ Co.'s utiods in stock FARMER'S TEN COMMANDMENTS t OHiee and Factory Cor. ROUND and GOMms STREETS 'IVdephone 15H Yard, Smith St. -Phone 195 1  The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now ofiering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of tlie liailroad and West of Westminster iid. FROM /tS � i" ^ EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, $300 each /-p-gj^jyj^g EASY one-third d in.iiitlis. haliitici' 12 nionths. Inleresl 'i jier i-enl. per aiinuni Upply Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co, (land OGpiirtiiiRnt), letlibrldge, Alta. The Herald for High-class Job Work l.st. liiiil. eviiec-ioriint anil Hoolliit'g i.ii-.- if r.'i-ii^'i /.ed woi-tli, and i:^ aliMi-ii,u . diss, pi^i'iipt and .Hide. Mr. .). L. Pur.ly, SIill>ale, N.S., writ 'i?; - "T 1) ivo boon tro ihlod with h hirl, dry 'vui^li fnrik long t nue, o-j]ieciiil-ly at nij: t, but iiflor lnviui; iisad Dr. W.ii.iri Ku.wiy Tine ."^yrup, for i\ fuw t.ooU-i I find niycmiyli h s lof' me. To h'ly iiorsi.n, .in!!', ri'^ in I  id, [ can say tlid.iliisr uie ly is well worth n I rinl. I iviia 1 ii'i' be Willi lilt it in tho liuuso." .Sii i.'ii-at lia.s been tlio pueci'.ss of this vvuiil ilul 1.....ledy, it is onlv naliinil that Miiiiiei  I'i.s ]n,|, .>iiiis hav e ti ieif to iiuiluto it. D.iu'i. I.I'Inindiuuged in o laUing anylhint; but " II;. W.Kills. ' J'al up in a yellow wra|ipr; three pine trees the tr.ido murk; price liij cents. Sliecial care is given to testing oi.ils. barloy and grass and clover seeds, lost they fail to grow and thy seeding is in Vain. tdth. Callu'r not seed frimi lute ripoi iirr soils, for then the seed does not ripen sull'irient I v before the be-ginj ing 111 vviiitei' and the seed is feeble. On the olher hand, tlioil shall IKit colled the seed loo soon, and not before it is I lioroiighl.v ripi'iied. Its productiveness and rpialil.v for seed I hoii shalt further insure b,v hea-v,\- fanning. Ihorough treat nienl with fm'inaliii or blilestone, and earlv seeding on carefiillv piejiarpd land. Ilold tho'i bv these commandnienls. so shall thou liavn pleasure in Ih.v crops and prolit bv Ih.v vviirl-. Wheat is till' te.vsloiie iif good times In the West. The piosperit.v a ^igii of tile eontiapl. Liny is said to have liypothepateil the ii'i'_' til wipe out a little oblign-tiiin with Ini brother-in-law, and v\hin the enga(;i'ineiil was broken �'"I'l'liiianil was told to get the ring the be�t way he could. I'i'iilin.'inil appealed to the inagi.-V'.Vi'n in ndvorsit.v some- e.\-M.l'.'s ariv cheerful. In rp-liirning his railvva.v transportation cprtilicate to the t'lerU of the House of ('oimnons. one has writton acroHK it, "(Jood-byi>, sweetheai't, gootl-byo" WEST TORONTO'S POPULATION W.'st Toionto, Dip. 7.-Chief Flint-off reported the result ot the police census to the mayor this morning. The city has a poiailation of I2,.')(iil. ThcTi' are sev.'ii vacant stores, one vacant factory, and [oi'ty dwellings in couise of erectiiiii. The poinilation has more than doubled .siiH'e the Dominion census of seven years ago. The population in 1901 was G,fli)0. l'",ntiro chango of pictures nt tho Lyceum tonight. Any qu.aritity. Priceu riglit. :: Hi^lhest cash prices paid tor HIDES AND FURS H. CarrutliErs & Co. Ltd. Ford Street, near the Mills P.O. m m rmi m 189142 58 245116 2211 ;