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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mi " J. HI St GRAND FURNITURE, FUR AND DRY GOODS ANNOUNCEMENT We invite the people of our fair city and surrounding country to come and look tlirongh thie best Dry Goods, Fur and Millinery display ever shown by any one house in Southern Alberta. Our aim hat always been to thow good reliable foods. This year we have excelled ourselves and our display takes ia the full range from the cheapest to the best. We quote a few lines: i Ladies' Austrian Bokem Jacket, with sable collar and revereSttfais doaaly resembles a Persian Iamb and will wear twice as long......$50 and $C0 Ladies' Russian Rat Jacket, somethinK new and looks swell, price................... $50 and $60 Ladies Persian Lamb Jacket, with natural mink collar and reveres, skins all select No. 1, prices ................................S175 and $2tX) Ladies' Astrachan Jackets in all sizes and all popular lengths, pric�!8.........125, $35 $45, $50 Ladies' stcrm Collars in all the jjopular sizes, over 50 to pick {rom at prices from... 7.50 to $30 Ladies' Beaver Cloth Coat, Russian rat lining, with sable collar and reveres, color black, blue and fawn, in three prices........$65, $75 and $S5 Ladies' French Seal Jackets. This is a beautiful garment and looks rich and dressy........$75 Ladifs' Electric Seal Jackets...........$35 and $45 Ladies' Grey Fox Stole with muff to match. $20, $30 Ladies' Red Fox Stoles with muff to match, at .....,.........................$30, $40 and $45 Ladies' Grey Lynx Caperine, newest thing shown $30 All sizes and prices in cheap fur Ruffs and Stoles from $2.75 to $7.50 and over 100 to pick from. Our furs command your attention. Where fawns, in dark and If you miss seeing Ladies' Cloth Coats Wlicu was there -i season whea such natty goods were in demand, is there a selection that will appeal to your taste like Hill's. We have all the correct things in light soft grey, i- ' black, and siich elegant fitters, prices from $8.50 to $25. our coats, you miss a treat indeed. Furniture Department Here is where you find snaps. Tapestry squares, at 10.00, 12.00 and 15.00. Velvet Squares, 25.00, 30.00, 35.00. Woof carpet, 5 frame, full yard wide, bright, nlean shades, 7ac and 90c. Tapestry Curtains, newest designs, lively colors, 3.50 to 10.00. RUGS-See our 3.00 large size rug and compare with anything on the market at 4.50. 25 different pattems to pick from. Tea Qpwas, Dressing Sacks Ladies' Tea Gowns, in blue and red cashmere.... 10 00 to 15 00 Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing Gown, from.......... 3 50 to 6 50 Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing Sack.............. 2 50 and 3 00 Ladies' Skirts and Children's Coats Ladies',Coats-Our stock is now complete, which means we will try and please all. Children's white bear skin coats, from $2.50 to $6 50. Children's colored eiderdown Coats from $1.50 to $4. Ladies' Waists New Waists in silk and all the newest cloths, all colors, handsomely embroidered. Inspection invited. Gents* Furnishings Your liberal patronage makes this a live department, and close prices keeps the goods turning. Men's Coon Coats, 50.00, 00.00 and 75.00, Men's Wombat Coats, 20.00, Men s Wallaby Coats, 25.00 and 35.00. Men's fine black Beaver fur lined Coats, 60.00 and 75.00, Men's detachable fur collars, 4.00 to i),G0. Men's Underwear, Heavy wool fleece-lined. rou,;Iit to the city hy Uruco Hobinson, tho ctishrcglster man, who sells Nutloii-uU wherever they make change in Alberta and carries a side line of hAseball dope to work off after hourii nruco is one of the faithful fans who has been tho life and energy u( the hall game in Calgary, anUCAT10.V. Sug^irsUvl iiy Dr. Oalbraith at Ttiuheis' Meeting. Courtesy Discussed. school affairs he r.3Commendcd a law that would prevent lady teachers re-singinb their positions before hav-Kng taught a certain number, of year.s EVENLVG DRESS SUITS. Tiio staff of tho Public Schools held tlicir OclolK'r meeting on Tuesday evonincf in the Young Men's I^arlor of Wc.sloy Church. Dr. Galbr.'ith and H. Xiiimions of tho School Hoard were present. Mi.s.s Addy's paper on Courtesy was parU.cularly noticoable becaaso of its broad treatment qf this timo-!.V .subject and liecausc of tho excellence of tho language in which the iiUma wore clothed. The discussior^ which followed brought out clearly tlic fact that courtesy comes from ihc spirit of the child ralhar than from rules and Iprmalities; it is tho application of the Golden Itulo. Dr. Galbraith in extending tho griiotings of tho Board to the staff n.ssurod thom  of the deep interest they took in tho work of the tooch-crs and in educational matters gon-orally. Ho expressed his gratiflc.it -ion at tho excellent standing the school now has. The speaker predict ed that the changes In the curiculum would 1)0 toward tho more practicil lines; that domestic science, manual training, and advanced nature study wouki Ijo placed on tho ctirriculum ho as to place our school on a level with those of tho larger centres in the giving bf a practical education. Mr. Nimmons spoke briefly in a humorous vein, saying that the Hoard were afraid to accept, the The Changes This Year are Hardh .Noticeable but Necessary, There arc only a few minor changes in the prevailing styles of dress coats, but the minor; changes are the more important /because of tho securing of tho necessary stylo. No gentlemen nowadays thinks .>; ordering a dress coat or suit from a retail merchant tailor. Making but a few each year, tho tailor cannot lH!gin to create stylo or produce tho finishied garment which'one can buy at the SomS-roady wardrobe and have finished to order in a 'ow hours. Somi-rcady dross suits are sold at $35, $30 and as high as $40, white Ttixcdo jackets %vith silk facings can bo had as low as |1.5. The Sonri-ltoady Wardrobe for Lethbridge and Southern Alberta is presided over by A. Southard. r CROMPTON CORSETS '211 c. B. c. r"". C. H. Johnston. M Yoar Grocer For This Brand LOST OR .STHAYRD. Lost, strayed or stolon on Sept. l.st from a farm 4 J miles N. Eaaft of Lethbridge, a light bay cayuM. with white spot on foroh�a