Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta
SVLpplex�Leia.t to tb-e Z^tlx'bxid.sre SXexsld., IDee. 13, iS05 Men's and Boys'Clothing; Men's Furnishings, Boots & Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furs of all kinds, Hats, Caps, Tailoring Goods, etc.. Thursday Morninj, December 11th, , at 9 o'c And continuing for Thirty Business Days. We have just removed THE ELITE MEN'S OUTPITTINO GO'S stock into our new store in the Southard Block, Redpath Street, and the two stocks are now combined in this, the GREATEST MONEY SAVING SALE ever offered to the people of Southern Alberta. We Must Have Money. Te2i thousand dollars ($10,000 00) in hard cash must be raised withia the next thirty days, and therefore we offer you the best of High-grade Gr ods at prices which in many cases do not cover the cost of raw luaterials. The Store will be Closed for two days (Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 12th and 13th) to give us a chance to get the Bargains ready for you. The price of everything will be marked down in large blue figures. Everything will be offered at a sacrifice. ^ HERE'S JUST A HINT AT THE BARGAINS. MEN'S FURNISHINGS W. O. A R. linden COLLARS, the latest styles, sold all over Canada at 20c. and 25c. _Sale Price, 10c. each, 3 for 25c. TOOKE'S COLLARS, all new styles, perfect titling, sold all over Canada at 15c. Sale PHce, 5 CeutS. One big lot of W. G. & R. SHIRTS, stiff or soft fronts, worth from $1.25 to S2.00. Sale Price, 45 cents Another big lot of TOOKE'S CELEBRATED SHIRTS, worth $1.25 and $1.50. _Sale Prjco, 85 cents 35 dozen MEN'S FINE HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS, plain or fancy borders, worth up to 25 cents. Sale Price, 5 cents. One big lot of MEN'S FINE WOOL and FLEECED UNDER-WEAR, worth from 75 cents to $1.50. Just the thing for cold weather. Sale Price. 45 conts. One big lot'>f PINTO"SHELL CORDOVAN H.'b. K. Gloves, lined or unlined, sold all ov�r Canada for $1.50. Sale Price, 75 cents. BOOTS AND SHOES. Here's where ONE DOLLAR goes exactly as tar as TWO I SLATER SHOES-The retail price is stamped on these celebrated shoes by the Manufacturers, The Slater Shoe Co., of Montreal. They are renowned and sold from Ocean to Ocean at ths stamped price. We have a large stock of them and have decided to close out the entire stock at HALF PRICE. SLATER SHOES-Stamped by the maker, $3.00. Sale Price, $1.50 SLATER SHOES -Stamped by the maker, $3.50. Sale Price, $1.75 SLATER SHOES -Stamped by tke maker, $4.00 Sale Price, $2.00 SLATER SHOES -Stamped by the makers, $5.00. Sale Price $2.60 SLATER SHOES -Stamped by the maker, $6.00. Sale Price. $3.00 EQUALLY GOOD BARGAINS in other lines ofShoes. CLOTHING. We are acknowledged all through Southern Alberta as the largest and only strictly-up-dat� clothiers. Wo do Jiot carry a cheap, shoddy elass of Clothing. If you want that you caauot get it here. We carry oaly tb� best makes, sncii as Semi-Ready, Campbell's, 0. N. R. Brand. Hackborn's, etc. These are all registered brands, and every suit is guaranteed by the manufacturers and ourselves. 14 only, men'S fine blue SERGE SUITS, worth $10.00. _Sale Price, $4.75. 12 only. men'S FINE BLACK CLAY WORSTED SUITS, lined with a fine black silk-tinish lining, woU tailored and perfect fitting; just the thing for evening parties, etc., worth $15.00.__Sale Price, $7.50 PICCADILLY TROUSERS-Sold everywhere for $5.00. _____ Sale Price, $2.50 best' g�aDE PICCADILLY"tROUSERS-Sold everywhere tor$7.50.^_ Sale Price, $3.75. PICCADILLY OVERCOAT-Tourist style, sold everywhere for $17.50. Sale Price, $8.75 We will pay Five Hundred Dollars in gold to any iiian, woman or child, who cru prove that we do not offer every Bargain at price named above, when we open our doors at 9 a.m, Thursday, December 14th. Some ot the Bargains will be sold out quickly, as the prices at which the goods will be marked are irresistible. We have engaged extra salesmen to serve you during the sale. Every one competent; no inexperienced help.