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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LeibVidgiD'aliyHerald, Friday, Octobe For Saturday and Monday we offer the following-snaps at prices neverheard of before. Our entire .stock is composed oi new goods carefully selected, and well bought. Undoubtedly the biggest stock of clothing and furnish- ings-ill the Great West-; We want you to visit our store and see for yourself the highest grade of merchandise money can buy. Remember too. our prices are' away below catalogue houses of the East. Clemifne Scotch Tweed, neat grey. Pepper ancl Salt: unbreakable fronts: silk serge lined; for Australian worsted, diagonal stripe, in tlie-new olive shade. K .snappy suit: Sat. and Mon.'J12 English "''Bedford" grey stripe; "siJK. serge lined: hand tailored; worth MEN'S OVERCOATS Black Yicima, all wool; silk serge lining, silk fac- i-no's: valuer Sat. ancl Mon. flj I English auto collar, -'gaurateed, in neat grey stripes: worth Sat. and Mon. WT 1 Heavy all-wool Freize, grey and brown stripe, chan- silk serge lined: reg. Sat. Mon. SHIRTS 500 dozen Men's Negligee Shirt's, in cha-mbrdy, 'dim ity, gmghani ancl zephrs; new designs and made specially for us? in coat and ordinary style; worth-less than and -Si.50; Sat. and .Mori... MeriVCoat S with comhinatLpn colors, pearl huttons. all wool: sizes 34 to 44; reg. .Sat. and Mon. Coinhillation-Golors- .heavy, .all.. pure fancy knit: best fit ;Sat. UNDERWEAR Prices Speak for Themselves BOYS' SUITS Boys' .Fo-pcy. "Russian" Blouse Suits in blues and grey; all sixes; worth to -S4.oO'. Sat. Mon. Xavy- Worsted and Ass't. fancy belted Nor- folks; another 2-piece suit: reg. and -.offer fleece underwectf. warm MEN'S HAT e Ajjlme.of EnglisLTweed Fedoras, in new col absolutely new; Saturday Felt Rats In browns, olives and greens; spec- ial; Saturday and Monday MEN'S Box Call leather lined, sewn soles: all sizes from 6 to 10. Eeg. Sat and Mon. Box Kip Bluciier, McKay stitched; quite a smart shoe: worth Our Celebrated Sat. and Mon., All-wool black cashmere, double and ularly sold at 40c: Saturday Heavy all pure wool worsted; heather; and black; regular 40c value; Saturday ancl Monday A line of BOYS' Hose. black'ribbecT: S vy TH7Q 600 doxen Assorted Patterns; Poplins, Ba.rathcrs, Brocades and others; re. 50c; Sat. and'Mon. rrices Speak for Themselves Grey striped, all-wool worsted trousers, in neat value: reg. S3. Sat. and Mon. Pure wool worsted, striped: very pretty pattern; well w-.orth -S'3.75. Sat. and Mon......... the Great ALBERTA BLOCK. ROUND STREET NEW JAIL WILL BE FINE_BUILDING Description of the Struc- ture Now Under Erec- tion Here In annual report of the Public works Department of Alberta, the fol description of the provincial jail being built here 'appears: Tlie jail at Lethbridge is of con- c'eie, ' and wood construction, and is finished in painted brick walls and white plaster. s were prepared for this structure early in the year, and after a few minor changes were made, they were finally accepted, .and in July a start was made on The. working draw- ings'and the work continued until all drawings were finished late in Dec- ember. This building is situated about four iniles directly east of Lethbridge on jibe X. W. Quarter of Section. 35, Tp, JS. R. "21, west of the 4th Meridian, and 1 consists oL three unfits.. yiz.t Admin- jistration and Kitchen buildings and j cell House for male prisoners.. Tne Administration building is rec: tansular in being "48 "feet "wide, and. 94 feet long, and of a High basement and two" stories above same. The Kitchen building is rectangular in plan, being 30 feet 10 inches.wide, j and 52 feet S "inches long, -and con- sists of a high basement and one storey above same. The cell house "is rectangular ;-in pian, being 51 feet.S. inches-wide and 1-10 feet 10 inches long, and consists one "high storey, in which -are- ioc- jated three tiers of-cells, for, male pris- oners. Access is gained to.- the building at .the ground level through a, segmen- tal arched entrance leading to a cen- tral -corridor in the Administration 'building. Administration Building After passing ths 'enrran'ce doorway, one steps into a vestibule, which is a landing for the main stairs from the basement, to" the first floor., Going down the stairs-to the .base- ment one comes to a central corridor, leading off this corridor on the right are dining rooms for ihe officials and temale prisoners, and on the'Jleft a large dining room for male prisoners, in which is a utility staircase connect- ing all floors of the administration- and kitchen buildings. The other FEW DOSES KIDNEY MISpRY Most Severe Backache, Bladder and Urinary trouble vanishes In all the world there is no man or, woman who can afford -to neglect the slightest kidney disorder for gle day. Kidney diseases are the jnost daii-" gerous, because the. first signs ares- seen in other parts of the body before anything wrong is noticed with "the kidneys Some of the symptoms, cannot be for or misery in the back, sides or loins, or headaches and dizzy spells, nervous twitchings, dis- turbed or puffy eyelids, heart palpitations, rheumatic., pains, weakness, bilious stomach or a 'feel- ing of languor and fatigue. .Sick, un-s healthy kidneys also thick, clou-. v dy, offensive urine or it is full of ment, irregular of passage and often uncontrollable or attended by a sensa- tion of scalding. The time 'to cure kidney trouble Is; before it settles into Diabetes; IJrops'yj Gravel or Bright's Disease: The mo- you suspect the slightest _ bladder or urinary disorder, begia tat-.' ing Pape's Diuretic as directed, the knowledge that there 'other; medicine, at any price, made anywkere. in the wMcn effect, so prompt a cure. In just a.few days know that the dor and urinary organs are clean and normal and all danger-pass. ed. Tour physician, or any mercantile agency will for the responsibility of son Pape of Cincinnati, Ohio, prepare P.ape's cent ment. Sold by druggist' in world. rooms in the basement are a do'rml- lave strong iron on .the well built into, the brick? >'-J work. The .corridors riers of. steel, as is customary stitutions of .this character. .Externally the building presents-v. the -appearance of the cell-house.'and. is ing-with this type The main entrance is of .brick onry, as. are all of. thel.buiidmgsl'.'V-itVv is finished off "witha.- moulded: -stoned cornice.-and brick with stone. It loims a pie setting for -the. mnih floor, which is -irained ail round-'witli torv for female "prisonersl clothee aird i a mould' snovv-er bath rooms, for male 'prisoners and two utility staircases. connecting the basement floor of the. cell house r'or males and the dormitory "for fe- males with "all' the: floors of the-ad- ministration building. The'.first floor is' reached by going, up the'main the entrance vestibule, and coming a central corridor; leading off this corridor .on the right is the warden's office, and on the left is the deputy warden's of- fice, and straight-ahead is. a. doorway opening into a visitor's space.. Ad- ditional rooms on this floor ,axe a guard room., store. room for 1'emale .prisoners.. There is also one run of stairs in the central corridor which leads up to the sec- ond floor. The stairs from the first .floor land in a central hall, <3u which are a bed room for the deputy warden and a large room ro be used as a dormitory for the jail guards. Other rooms on this floor are a female hospital ward antf matron's bedroom: male Hospital ancl dispensary. -With the exception of the dispensary, ail of these rooms have bath rooms and toi- let accommodations. The basement contains space a neating chamber to warm the air wMch will be used in connection with the ventilating .system, and. room for laundry purposes and a serving room for the kitchen which is located on the first floor. The first .floor contains a chen. in which all cooking for :the jail officials and inmates'will be Leading off the kitchen are storage and'pantry rooms and a refrigerator. Cell Houce The main floor of the cell house is on a level with the .basement floor of the administration building. It con- tains tliree tiers of cells: each tier contains 34 cells, or a total of 102 j cells for the building. There is also one cell in addition" to (.he above: it is a separate cell to .be used" as a death cell. Each ceil tier is reached by a staircase at the end of the cells nearest the administration building, i'nere is but one entrance to the cell House, and all prisoners will have to pass through same when going out- side to attend to their daily tasks, fclach. cell is provided with a station- ary water closet and wash bowl, a bed to swing up in tae day time and a small book shelf. There is a mechanical ventilating system provided for the renewal of air in the ceil nouse and parts of tne administration building, where prisoners are liatole to be in consid- erable numbers, such as dining rooms and hospitals. 'The building will be heated low pressure steam heating system, the power for same being- generated in a separate power plant which at present has not .been designed. All windows in the cell house and those of the administration building, which are outside of the jail yard The ;basement storey, of the'. 'Admin- is tratiori .building is ,10 feet 6." inches high above the. grade and is "divided horizontally by five bride witly the.. heads and -.their -heavy- arenas.- gives a solid .appearance', tp; this .part of structure.' At the first floor 'level isVa; moulded- stone belt, course which forms- -a sill for the first storey window setting The first storey windows have flat' ing set in between brick piers start at the first floor, belt line. secoad storey "windows flat lieads and a. plain stone administration a plain-- cornice for the kitchen building .and- cellhouse. The entire upper part of the admin-- istration building is surmounted by bracketed metal cornice. Tfie stone belts of the tion building. follow around the MtcbW. en building, and the windows carry-': out the same details, thus 'making" these two "buildings, uniform 'in. their appearance. The cell house is a plain and in appearance resembles a" House type of building, as it has but. one long window in each bay and that' of a severe type, having a semi-cir- cular arched head in line with the first storey windows of the adminis- tration building. All exterior faces will be --laid up with pressed