Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, October 28, mo. m m j h .4 V" A'.' _uar ons F1 OO T 1 1 "D j, C orks ooc, Individual Butter oervers ,_'' Oyster Fork Setts 2. tir _ 40c, Sugar Spoons All WortB Double gets Rogers Rogers ;1847 1847 ,Coffee Spoons' Tea Spoons Table-Spoons rvhiclr-vis hel.'t in Red ing's Nofjth ,.iieifi- i bridge, Wefinrsday, 'Nov. 2y'bV the'. ladies of St. Marvls nuT.cc aL 3 p.m. will he tables of homo. candy and- Ijonio made goods, such.. etc.. for sale. A .novelty'will'be The, tahlc of English r .which was snccialiy for ILis sale. I follows tlie. pur- chase rbf'Oiif Overcoats, 'Suits and Underwear. Our goods are the best in town, our prices the ;and'I want you to call and-see-for yourself that this is so! Men's Fan Overcoats Regular price to On sale Saturday at i if S8B25toS19 Men's Tall Suits Eeo-tilar price S10 to -On sale Sat- urday and Tuesday, at Meeee Lined and Ribbed Wool "Underwear Regular 6oc and 85c On sale Saturday Tuesda at Heavy Sox or 6 prs. Heavy Duck Sheep- Lined Coats Withlamh collars, for Wonderful Values in Dress Goods opportunity presents itself to thrifty shoppers in. the way g-ood substantial heavy cloths, which are so suitable for suits, skirts, coats or dresses'for school wear. Audi those that come and take advantage of it will save from 45c to 'every yard they buy, which should be o great inducement about now, "V lieavy cloth garments are needed to protect again-st the cold. We have spuns and striped suitings, serges, etc., in-colors of blue, brown.-green-and dailc-'-grays.' They're good value and all wool, vril! give splendid wear. Regular to Main Splendid Waists for Sucn nice will not.last long tomorrow raorniag, tliey are just the need just now, especially to wear I around the house or for "some other: purpose, etc. They're made in print j and 'wrapperette, in colors of navy, stripes, white with blue j stripes, same in etc. Some' hare' starch collar, others soft, one pocket, button at sleeves, all sizes. Quantity is limned. Regu- lar 9.30 Ready-to-Wear, Second Floor. A Bargain in Belts This special is the result of a purchase from an Eastern manufacturer, who was over-stocked with "them.' He made us an offer on the lot, which was- so low that we did not hesitate a moment in accepting it. And ii you are around here early tomorrow you will 'profit to a great extent by it, for such belts as these cannot be bought' in the regular way for lesa than 60c or 65c, They're made in'strong black elastic: two inches wide with a fancy Japanned buckle. Special, Friday and Saturday, each .30o Hair Goods Sal "THE MEN'S MAN" Next to the Eureka Theatre Round St. Here's a chance for the' ladies wbo delight in decorating their hair with ornaments, etc., to save money, and on fashionable goods. They consist of odds and broken lines, due to previous fast, selling of barrette and turtyan pins in various sizes. Regular 25c to 50c. Fri. Sac. 10 p.c. of-? Cosy Felt We have a large variety Women's' and' ChildLcenis'-Felt House Slippers in all the newest colors. We a special display and special offers for Saturday..- Felt Shoes, Moccasins, kind. See our windows and show counters. Prices range if rota pr ____ 25t every possible Shoe Dept. Main Floor Specials "frain the Men's Store The men's wear-department is making a bold bid for its share of tho business tomorrow, and offers some no doubz be picked up in quick style by eager buyers, especially as they are for such sea-souable goods, which are much wanted about now. We describe them below. MEN'S lined, cosy and warm; all sizes: Penman's make. Special Friday, per suit MEN'S good quality mocha; well and wool lined; all sizes; regular Friday, per pair MEN'S brown, mocha; well sewn; -wool lined; very warm for cold weather wear; regular Friday per BOYS' PURE WOOL rib; regular 65c. Sat. Spcl. 50c Only 3 dozen pairs at this ANY OF OUR REGULAR tP MEN'S for Sat. Hurry out price. All size's'. TRY HUDSON'S SPECIAL COFFEE.