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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta J. HI 3t GO.* GRAND FURNITURE, FUR. AND DRY GOODS ANNOUNCEMENT We invite the people of our fair city and surrounding country to come and look throngh the best Dry Goods, Fur and Millinery display ever shown by any one house in Southern Alberta. Our aim Km always been to show good reliable goods. This year we have excelled ourselves and our display takes in the full range from the cheapest to the best. We quote a few lines: Ladies' Austrian Bokorn Jacket, with sable collar and reveres.this closely resembles a Persian lnuib and will wear twice as long......$50 and $(50 Ladies' Russian Rat Jacket, something new nnd looks swell, price................... $50 and $60 Ladies Persian Lamb Jacket, with natural mink collar and reveres, skins nil select No. 1. prices ................................?17o juhI $->0O Ladies' Astrachnn Jackets in all si/.cs nnd nil popular lengths, prictts.........$25. $:io $45. $50 Ladies' storm Collars in all the popular sizes, over 50 to pick from at prices from.. .$7.50 to $30 Ladies' Beaver Cloth Coat, Russian rat lining, with sable collnr and reveres, color block. J>lne nnd fawn, in three prices........$05, $75 and $S5 Indies' French Seal Jackets. This is a benuti-ful garment unci looks rich nnd dressy........$75 Ladies' Electric Seal Jackets...........$535 nnd $45 Ladies' Grey Fox Stole with muff to match. $20, $�0 Ladies' Red Fox Stoics with muff to match, at ...............................$!�J, $40 and $-15 Ladies' Grey Lynx Caperiue, newest thing shown $30 All sizes nnd prices in cheap fur Ruffs and Stoles from $2.75 to $7.50 and over 100 to pick from. Our furs command your attention. Ladies' Cloth Coats Where in dark and ou miss seeing When was there \ season wheu 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, in fawns, black, nnd such elegant fitters, prices from $8.50 to $25. If y our coats, you miss n 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, 85.00. Wool carpet. 5 frame, full yard wide, bright. �le,�n shades, 75c and 90c. Tapestry Curtains, newest designs, lively colors, 3.50 to 10.00. RUGS-See our 3.00 large Biz- rug nnd compare with anything on the market at 4.50. 25 different pattern) to pick from. Tea Gowns, Dressing Sacks Ladies' Ten Gowns, in blue and red cashmere.... 10 00 to 15 00 Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing Gown, from.......... 3 50 to fi 50 Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing Sack.............. 2 50 and 3 00 Ladies' Skirts and Children's Coats we Ladies' Coat* -Our stock is now complete, which means will try and please all. Children's white bear skin coats, from $2.50 to $0 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 invittd. Gents9 Furnishings Your liberul patronage makes this a live department, and close prices keeps the goods turning. Men's Coon Coats. 50.00. (50.00 and 75.00. Men's Wombat Coats, 20.00. Men s Wallaby Coots. 2VO0 and 35.00. Men's fine black Beaver fur lined Coats. M.00 and 75.00. Men's detachable fur collars. -1.00 to 0.00. Men's Underwear. Heavy wool fleece-lined. t�0c, 75c and 1.00. Men's heavy rib. all wool. 75c. 1.00. and 1.25. Men's and Boys' Clothing Here is where we shine. We are right into the fall selling. Overcoats from 7.00 to 20.00. Men's Suits from 5.00 to 20.00, hundreds to pick from. Boy's Reefers. 2.50, 3.50 and 4.00. See our suits before buying. They are money savers. tllHiiiHi HHiM i MrtTli......m T. �. PATTESON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, - ALBERTA TOWN PROPERTIES � West 4. Lot 1�. block 5. Ford street, $450 Lot 18, block 18. Round street, $10,000 2 lots, block 15. Duff Addition, 25 ft, by 144 ft., $100 each. Lots 20.21 and 22, facing Rodger* street, Rivcrview Addition, $175 each 5 lots, Round street extension. Block A, $175 each 3 lots, Redpath street, near Smith street, $400 each House and lot, adjoining above, on Redpath street, $900 Lots 5 and tt, Brunton street, Rivorview addition, $175 each House (8 rooms) and 1$ lots, Argyle Avenue, $2,000 House (8 rooms, modern and every convenience) and 2 lots, on Bunlett street, $3,000 House, (11 rooms) and 2 lots, on Bompas street, $3,900 House (8 rooms) and 2 lots, Dufferin street, $1800 House (7 rooms, modern, bath, etc.) and 2 lots. Cutbill street, $2500 Cottago (0 rooms) and 3J lots, Argylo Avenue, $2,000 Cottage (5 rooms) uud 2 lots, Argyle Avenue, $1,900 FARM LANDS 5 Acres Irrigated, just outside city limits, $110 per acre (Mi Acres, Irrigated, just outsido city limits. $825 25 Acres, Irrigated, just outside city limits, at d 2 dwellings, $2,500- easy terms 40 Acre tinct, irrigated, $5000 euBy terms 84 Acres, irrigated, $130 per acre-easy terms K. W. Quarter of Section 0, Tp. 10. Range 20. House 11 ft. by 22 ft., W acres cultivated, J mile of fencing. $10 per acre Half Section first-class fall wheat laud, within ."> miles of city limits, $12 per acre Improved Form, within 3 miles of city, with buildings, stock (about 300 head) and farm implements, 3000 nc (mature. $35,000- a bargain. 1280 Acres fall wheat land on Tp. 3, range 17 Choice selected tract, abundance of good water, within 4 miles of Mninton $12 per acre- J cash, balance on easy terms Very commodious Dwelling Houbc, 7 rooms, furnace, bathroom, etc., water in house, situated on acre lot No. 9, block B, Bunlett street, almost an acre of lund goes with house, good nhicken house, eto., price $3,200 i 4 Acres with house, 18 by .'10, near No. t shaft, $1,300, 500 cash ; balance on time, or $1,250 cash i 678 Acres full wheut land, on Sections 32 and 33, Tp. 7. Range > 20, west of 4th Meridian, soil rich loam, sub-soil, clay, | surface flat, 8 miles from Raymond, 10 from Lethbridgo, i dwelling house 12 by 12, barn 14 by 10. about 20 tons | blue joint hay stacked and fenced, 100 acres capable of *'.--%-;irrigstion, irrigation ditch runs across corner, A. R. & I. Co. rood runs through Sec. 33. Price $12 per aero, $5,000 cash, balance in 8 equal installments at G% interest, or $11 per acre cash. This is the choicest wheat land in the country. IWUSTMIKSTKK ULKE SIXCJKKS AUK COM1NO TO tS OX Tlltfllt WAV TO TII'E OIUKXT Tho Westminster Ulee and Concert Party who toured Canada three years ago under Mr. Kdwurd llrun*-combe's direction with such success, are attain visiting this country uml nro liookcd to appear at Wesley Church on Wednesday evening. Vt 24 th. The soloists Include several mimes who have already established their popularity throughout Canada. ..ml amongst whom tmy I*j mentioned Madame Mario Hooten. Mr. Bdwurl llranscombe. ami Mr. Ed. Dul/oll The party remained in lx>n-Irg a little missionary work f�.r the league In othor towns. He reports that both Lethhridgo nnd Medicine Hat. are In lino and will put teams in the field. BUILDINGS FOR SALE TFNDERS Will be received up till noon Friday, Oct. 12th for the following Buildings now being used by the Northwest Jobbing & Com-mission Co.. Ltd, uorth of new station, either in block or sep- ornUr. 1| storeys, 70-0 x 24-0 1 ' 10 x 24 1 � 40 x 23-0 1  40 x 24 1 Stable, 14 x 32 r I CROMPTON CORSETS I-j -J G. lx- No tender necessarily accepted, had at office of the company. Any further information can Northwest Jobbing & Commission Co. Ltd. .............I...........................�i That long delayed shipment of TCnglish dinner ware hns now nrrlv ed for the nontley Company Ltd. Moiti: 1'H\�TICAL EDUCATION. .vuf,-KesiiNl by lir. (iulbratUi til 'i'.-ucliei-N' Mooting. Courtesy Discussed. The blulf �f the I'ublie Schools hehl then- Uciober mooting on Tuesday evening in tlio Young Men's Purlor of Wesley Church. Pr. dulbi-.-ith und H Niminoiw of the Se'nool Hoard weiv present. .Mini, Addy's puller on Courtesy was puriUuluily noticeable bocuuio of its hroud treatment of this timo-!>� subject and because of the excellence of the language in which the ideus were clotliod. The iliseiissi'H' which fnllnweil brought out deafly the fact that courtesy conies from the Kpirit of the child rallvr limn from rules anil formalities; it is the iipplicution of the Golden Hole. Or. (iiilbruith in extending the greetings of thw Hoard to the slat itsNiinil them of the deep interest they took in tho work of the teachers and in educational mutters generally. He expressed his gratlAc.tt -Ion at tho excellent standing the xchool now hits. The speaker pr�iict ed that tlw changes in the curiculum wcniltl i>e toward the more practical lines: thnt domestic science, manual training, ami advanced nature study woidd ho pluced on th� curriculum so us to place our school on ft level with those of tho larger contrcs in the giviitB of a practical educatior Mr. Kinunons spoke briefly in a humorous vein, saying that the Hoard were nfraid to accept tho teachers Invitation as they suspoct cd a strike. Among other reforms in school affairs ho iv-commended a law that would prevent la