Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD. Wednesday, November 29th, 1905. The first few days of our Great Slaughter Sale demonstrated again the mightiness of our organization. HIGH CLASS DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND SHOES AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN, MAKES AN IRRESISTIBLE COMBINATION. A combine the people like, judging by the crowds which visited our store since the opening day. They came from Far and Near! And why ? Because they bought good goods for less money than they had ever dreamed of. Swrx^ Customer Ye$V.wr S\ove \ov\\v a T&ctagt ONLY THREE MORE DAY Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The last three days of the great sale we will again use our knife and cut prices still lower in order to reduce this stock by Saturday night. A few Prices for the Last Few Da s. Ladies' Shoes, worth $3.50, only Men's Fine Shoes, worth $3, only Men's Fine Suits, worth $14, only Men's Shirts, worth $1.25, only Ladies' Shirt Waists, worth $3, only Ladies' Skirts, worth $6, only - $1.45 $1.25 $5.95 45c. 95c. $1.95 Dress Goods, worth 60c, only Blankets, wozth $2, only Children's Shoes, worth $2.50, only Good Wool Hose, worth 25c, only Flannelette, worth 15c, only Children's Suits, worth $6, only 20c. 95c. $1.15 12a'c. 7c. $1.95 Rubbers and Overshoes almost given away. All Dry Goods and Notions less than cost. This is our last call-It's up to you. The Chicago Brokerage Co The World's Greatest Bargain Givers, Selling the Lethbridge Co-operative Ass'n Stock LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. We will keep open until 10 o'clock on Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Sat.