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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ; Our aim hat alwayt b�ca to thow good reliable goodt. TKis year we have excelled ourselves and our display takes in the full range from the cheapest to the best. We quote a few lines: J. HI 5t GRAND MILLINERY, 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. Ladiea' Anstrian Bokern Jac!iet, with sable collar and'i�veres,thia dowly resembles a Persian Iamb and will wear twice as long......$50 and STiO Ladies' Russian Rat Jacket, something new and looks swell, price................... ISO and |60 Ladies Persian Lamb Jacket, with natural mink collar and reveres, skins all select No. 1, prices ................................*175 and $200 Ladies' Astraclinn Jackets in all sizes and all popular lengths, pricfs.........!?2o. $35 f4o, $50 Ladies' strrm Collars in all the iK>pnlar sizes, over 50 to pick from at prices from.. .$7.50 to $30 Ladies' Pieaver 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 Ladi.-8' Electric Seal Jackets...........$35 and $45 Ladies' Grey Fox Stole with niufl' to match. $20, $30 Ladies' Red Fox Stoles with inutt" to match, at ................................$30, $40and $'15 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 KX) to pick from. Our furs command your attention. Ladies' Cloth Coats Where When was there x season whea such natty goods were in demand, is there o selection that will appeal to your taste like Hill's. We ha^e all the correct things in light soft grey, in fawns, in dark and black, and such elegant fitters, prices from $8.50 to $25. If you miss seeing our coats, you miss a treat indeed. Udies* Waists New Waists in silk and all the newest cloths, all colors, handsomely embroidered. Inspection invited-with no fear of results. Millinery >f Opening' We admit we are late, but we now have the latest creations in headgear and feel that we can please all who favor us. Ladies' Skirts and ChUdren'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 $L30 to $4. Gents' Furnishings The largest and most up-to-date selection in the west. l)ought at closest cash prices and sold on closest living profits. Furniture Department Our Furniture and Carpet department is booming. We have velvet and tapestry squares imix>rted direct from London, England, curtains from Swiizerland, Tapestries from Germany, and all sizes in rugs from Toronto the Good, at prices that appeal to close buyers. We invite inspection. T. E. PATTESON, REALESTATE AND INSURANCE, on BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. CITV PBOPEUTY. Lou 18 ami lU. block 18, Round Street 910,000 each. Two lots, block 15, DuK addition, 2S by 144 foet. f 100 each. ^ Lots 20. ai ond 23, facing Hod -gen St., Hiver Vic^v addition $175 each. Five lots. Hound St. cxtea^on block A. 175 each. Three lots ou Redpath near Smith $400 each- HouM and lot adjoiainf above on Redpath $000. Lots 5 and 0 on Brunton St. Biv-cr View addition, *17i each. HouNe and \\ lots, 8 rooms, na Argyle Avenue �2,000. House and jlwo lots, 8 rooms, mod em conveniences, Burdettst, $3,000. Bouse and two lots, 11 room.s on Bompas $3,900. HouM and 2 iow 8� rooms, Duffcr-in $1,600. House and 2 lots, 7 rooms. Cut-bill St.. modem, �>ath, etc., $3,500 CottftgD, 3) lots, 0 rooms, Argyle Avenue, $2,000. Cottage 2 lots, .'� rooms, Argyle Avenue, $1,000. 4 acres with house 18 feet by 30, in North Wai\l near Xo. \ shmt. Hal/ cosh, bolancc on linrc. I'rice 81,300. West half of lot 16, all lot :7, block 5, ?450. FAim LAJJDS. 5 acres irrigated just outside cf city limits $110 per acre. 0.6 acres, irrigated, just outsideof city Umits $825. 25 acres irrigated, just outside of city limits and two dwellings, on easy terms $2,500. 40 acre tract, just outside city limits, $5,000. 8J acres, just oirtsido city, limits, $130 per acre.  n. W. I of section 6, Tp. 10, range aO, house 14.V22, 10 acres cuItlvatBd { mile of fencing $10 per acre. Ilmlf section, first doss-fall whoal land withi4i 5 milos of city Umits, $18 per acre. Improved farm within three miles of city, with buildings, stock, (n-bout 800 head) and farm imploineniN 0.000 scris pasture, a bargain for $30,000. iMp acrea fall wheat land on Tp. a. Rang* 17, choice nelected tract, abwiMlanc* of'good water, within 4 m^lM of Brunton, hnU cash, balance on sasjr t�niw, fia.OO per acre. fsOtrldga, Sept. IS, 1900. STCKLING SILVERWARE Did you know that this store can place before you an artay of dependable goods in Sterling Silver* ware? We do no touch anything that we arc not glad to guarantee-unt^iandle nothing but theflrtput of tie most famous makers. Now, it ought to be worth a good deal to you to know this. You need never hesitate about tiie probable quality of anything in this line if you come here for it -because we assume all responsibility,and positive, ly guarantee our Sterling Silvenrare. There may be such a thing s Silverware uncertainties but you couldn't get them here, no matter how badly you wanted them. R.A.WRicHl The Jeweleb WANTED 100 pick and shovel, men, WafCB IS.50 Per Day. And can make by Piece Work |3.S0 Per Day. For laying water mains. Apply tu THOMPSON it BENDER. City Engineer's Odico. MacleotI, A!la. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed tenders will bu received by the undersigned up to Ave o'cloi'ii on Monday, the 8lh day of October, 1�00, A. D., for the several worl:s required in the eroction of certain additions to the Lothbri-dgo Brewing Company, Limited, Ib-ewery Build  tng at Li'thbriilgc. Ailiertn. .\ certified check for 5 per cent, on amount of tender to accompany the tender. Amount of ��rtin�l cheek to 1)0 forfeited if the contrnetnr fails to enter into a satisfactory contract. The lowest or any tender not nuc-ossarily accepted. Plans and specifications can 'n.-seen, either at the Compaiiy's ofRie or, at the ortice of .Tames A. Mai"-donald, ^uporvising Architect, Southard Building, Lcthbridgo, Alta. W. S. IWIIlFIEf.D. Secretary. AT LKTHBRIIXIE. Farmers' Advocate.) Why so fov turkeys on Western farms? The Thanksgiving bird does not do well on restricted range, but wa could give hl'm a fair field In the West. That must l>c at I.�th-bridgs. WANTED. General servant. Apply to Mrs. O. U. MacMiking, Union Bank. WANTKn. General servant. Apply Cieo. Rogers. to Mrs WANTEB. Horses . to graze, plenty and good feed. .Apply Cncy. Tho O. W. Kerr Co. still have pieat fuith in Southern Alberta. Most of their lands at Warner have been .sold and tht!y have now pur cra houses at Lethbridge and Cranbrook. He expressed hintself as anxious to do so, while heijj, but It is not thought, he is conitidering the inaltor seriously. We understand the theatre managers of the uxmt are to meet at Calgary early next niionth to form im association and arrntitco o do their own booking. Wm. Munns, who is Remember of tho Mdiuifacturers Association, now touring the west, was tho guest of his daughter, Mrs, .1. E. Hughson, last week. Mr. Munns is greatly impressed with the �*st. This trip is his first one and he declares that very few people ii\ the JCast reall/,o the wonderful opportunities of country and still less do they roali/As the astounrRng development that has taken place hero. Mr. Munns is u prominent temperance a�. Waen last seen had a halter on. Finder will receive reward bj' com-muuicuting with C. II. Macgillis. point. ' (Gentlemen.-WMle driving down a very steep hill last August my horse stumbled �nd felt, cutting himself fearfully about the head and body. I used Minard's Liniment fivicly on him aiwl in a few days ho Vas as well as ever. J. B. A. BEAUCHEMIV. Sherbrooke. W. F. Hepburn. Liberal candid'tic in East Elgin byc-ctoction has re-t�sned. O. II. Ilaight of Sparta, takes his place. REAL ESTATE I heft to announce tlint I hnvo opened an office in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establishing connections with eastern - and western- points, botli in Canada and the United States. If you have unyrhitig you wish to sell list it with me, it will cost you nothing if T do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I have not what yon want, give mo a description and I will find it for. j'ou. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life lAturanee. ;