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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 10, 11)13 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 REFERRED TO THE COUNCIL o Board of Trade Will Leave All Such Business to City Fathers Closing Meeting of Executive Having decided that the city council shall bo left to handle all matter*) njunectod with the locat'on hove of now industries tho Board of Tratle tins begun handing over to tho mayor all communications from Industrial concerns along those lines, and at limt night's meeting of tho board i'liont half a dozen enquiries were disposed of in this way. Among' them wore letters from a large Canadian willing- concern, from a Wisconsin j'avm machine company, from a bin-cult and confectionery company, and from a threshing machine company now operating in the States, but wishing to establish, a branch in Western \>�v. ii l:i;ni!'li iii St. Cnlhnrlnes. ' ' / \ THE PRICES Fur Coats Fur Lined Overcoats Half Price For 10 Days Sheep Lined Coats Men's Suits Felt Shoes Warm Gloves and Mitts Men's Underwear Men's Wool Shirts Men's Ties Beaver, plucked and unplucked,, $400.00 for $200; Raccoon, $150 for $75; $100 for $50; $85 for $42.50. Black China Dog, $33 for $16.50; $30 for $15.. . These skins are all selected, full-furred and guaranteed the best money can buy. Hadisfield Beaver .Shell, Labrador. Otter collars, Russian and Canadian Rat lined. $200 for $100; $150 for $75; $100 for $50. Persian Lamb and German Otter collars, silk serge, lined, interlined with chamois, A. 1. Beaver cloth shells, $40.00 for $20.00; $35 for $17.50; $30 for $15; $25 for $12.50. English and American Corduroy, Whipcord Heavy brown duck and Irish freize, Australian Beaver, Marmot, and Wombat collars, with heavy full furred- sheep-skin lining.-$15 for $7.50; $14 for $7.00; $12 for $6.00; $10.00 for $5.00. Hand Tailored high class fabrics, such as Scotch Tweeds, English Worsteds and other new cloths, all sizes and colors. $45 for $22.50; $40 for $20; $35 for $17.50; $25.00 for $12.50: $20.00 for $10.00. The very thing for the weather we are now gettiiigv-$6.00 for $3.00; $5.50 for $2.75; $5.00 for $2.50; $4.00 for $2.00; $3.00 for $1.50. Now is the time to save. Good heavy warm gloves and mitts, $3.50 for $1.75; $2.50 for $1.25; $2.00 for $1.00; $1.50 for 75c; $1,00 for 50c. Natural Wool, Nova Scotia Wool, Silk and Wool, and Other winter weights; such makes as Wolsley and Stanfield's-$3.50 for $1.75; $3.00 for $1.50; $2.50 for $1.25; $1.25 for 65c and $1.00 for 50 cents. Heavy Wool and Union Cloths, in a large variety of colors-$3.00 for $1.50; $2.50 for $1.25; $2.25 for $1.15; $2.00 for $1.00; $1.00 for 50 cents. .'. Fine line of about 50 dozen Silk and Silk knitted, folir-in-hand, to clear 50c for 25c, special. r ~ This sale will be without doubt the biggest we have ever put on in our history. We are out to do a great business, and will sacrifice our $50,000 stock regardless of profit or cost. We stand behind our merchandise with a guarantee that it is first class, not job stock specially purposes f Sale Commences Saturday, January 11th 1 i 359377 ;