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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta J. HI St CO. & 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. Our aim hat always been to show good reliable goods. This year we have excelled ourselves and our display lakes in the full range from the cheapest to the best. We quote a few lines: Ladies' Austrian Bokcra Jacket, with table collar and revores.thU closely resembles a Persian lamb and will wear twice as long......$50 and $0 Ladies' Russian Rat Jacket, something new and looks swell, price................... $50 and $00 Ladies Persian Lamb Jacket, with natural mink collar and reveres, skins nil select No. 1. prices ................................*1"."> nnd S'JlX) Lndies' Astrac!inn Jackets in till sizes and nil popular lengths, prices.........$25. $15 $45. $50 Ladies' strrm Collars in nil the (>opnlnr sixes, over 50 to pick from nt prices from.. .7.50 to $H) Ladies' Heaver Cloth Coat, Russian fat lining, with sable collar and reveres, color blnck. blue and fawn, in three prices........$K5, $75 nnd $35 Ladies' French Seal Jackets. This is a beauti-ful garment and looks rich nnd dressy........$75 Ladi.s* Kluctric Seal Jackets...........$.'{5 nnd $45 Ladies' Grey Fox Stole with muff to match. $20, $30 Ladies' Red Fox Stoles with mull' to match, at ...............................$30, $-10 and $45 Lndies' Grey Lynx Cnperine, newest thing shown $30 All sizes nnd prices in cheap fur Ruffs and Stoles from $2.75 to $7.50 and over 1 1*>. Muck. 18. Hound Street ilO.OOO each. Two lots, block 13, Duff addition. 25 by M� tool. $100 each- , Lots 520, 21 and S�. facing Hod -gers St.. Ittver Vtow addition $175 each. Five lots. Hound St. cxten-Je.ro block A. 175 each. Three lot* on lledpnth near Smith f-100 each. riouM and lot adjoining above on Itedpath $000. Lots 5 ami " on llrunton St. Blv or View addition, SITS euch. House and 1J lots, H rooms, on Argylo Avenue $2,000. House and two low, 8 rooms, mod ern conveniences, lturriettst. $3,000. House, and two lots, 11 rooms on Dompas $3,000. House, and 2 lou ti. rooms, Duffor-in $1,000. House awl 2 lots, 7 rooms. Cut-bill St., modern, bath, etc . $2,500 Cottage. ;ij lots. 0 room*, Argylc Avenue, $2,000. Cottugo 2 lots, r� rooms, Argylr Avenuo, $1,000. 1 acres with house 18 feel by .'10, In North Wuivl near No. \ shaft Italf cash, balance on time Price til.300. West half of lot HI, all lot "7 Mock ."�, sir.o. FAIIM LANDS. 5 acres irrigated just outside i f city limits $110 per acre. 1.0 acres, irrigated, just outsideof city I'lmlts $825. 25 acres irrigated, just outside of city limits und two dwellings. on easy terms $2,500. 40 acre tract, just outside city limits, $3,000. 81 acres. Just outside city limits. $130 per acre. N. W. J of section 0. Tp. 10. rang,' 20. house 1U22, in acres cultivated { mile of fencing $10 per acre. Half section, first class fall wheat land within 5 miles of city limits, $12 per acre. Improved farm within three miles of city, with buildings, stock, y term*. $13.00 per aero. UAkbrMge, Sept. 13, 1900. STERLING SILVERWARE Did you know that this store can place l>eforo you 1 an army of dependable goals in Sterling Silver-ware? We do no touch anything that we urc not glad to guarantee-iiiuLhaiidle nothing but the mtput of tie most famous makers. Now, it oiiHht to be worth a good deal to you to know this. You need never litsi-i tale about the probable 1 quality of anything in this line if you come here for it -because we assume nil responsibility.nnd positively guarantee our Sterling Silverware. There may be *uch a thing as Silverware uncertainties but you couldn't got them here, no matter how badly you wanted them. R. A. WRIGHT Tub Jewbleb WANTED 100 pick and shovel men. Wages $1.50 Per Day, And cuti make by Piece Work $3.50 Per Day. For laying wutcr mains. THOMPSON & BENDER, City Ktigineer's OflUv. Mucteod. Alt*; NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to live o'cloc:; on Moiuluy, the 8th day of October, 1U00, A. 11.. (or the several woii.s required in the erection of certain additions to ihe l.uihbrrdgc Itrewing t'ompuiiy. Limited. Hivwcry llmM illg at U'thbndgc. Allierlu. A certified check for 5 per cent, on amount of tender to iiaomiianv the tender. Amount of eertiil.-d check tu IMS forfeited if tho contractor f�iln to enter into n satisfactory contract The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans nnd specifications can V seen, either at tho Company's office or. �t the office of .fames ,\. Ma�'-donald. Supervising Architect. Southard lluildlng. I-ethbridgc. Attn. w. s. kaiufiru). Secretory. WANTKH. Uenerul servant. O. V MacMiking. Apply to t'nlon Iliink Mrs A LOCAL BUDGET. wantkh fJeneral servant. Oeo. Rogers Apply to Mrs waxtkh. Horses to gia/c. plenty of wat !� ami good feed. Apply (i c ll.-m-i-ryk. lk�x 3r. lm (33.00 ItEWARD. Lost - Day horse, branded VII (monogram) left hip.-J. 13. HOW  SON*. Medicino Hat. STItAYKI). Onto my promises. One buckskin ma no with harness on. Owner may have same by proving property and puying expenses. II. LINK, Twelve Mile. Coulee. AT LCTUimUMJK. Farmers' Advocate.) Why so fow turkeys on Western farms' The Thanksgiving bird does not do well on restricted range but wn could give him a fair field in the West. That must W> at I^eth-briUge. WNO'S YOI'H TAII.OIL'' l'hi> Compliment One Man Pays Another Man's Ap|H C. II. lUiwman \gt-ney. Th.� i>. W. Kerr Co. siill have t;r��ni faith In Southern Alberta Mofct of their lunds at Warner have lieen sold and they have now pur chas.il all tho land in tovnship 11 Itange Ul. north ami cast of Adam Link's place on Twelve Mile Coulee They ,viii run automobiles out ther* ior tin- convenience of land siykers. but no attempt will bo marie to sell land there, until all the Warner tract is sold. VV It Sherman, tho Calgary then tru-ul man was in the city this week. Tin- Calgary Herald In a recent is  sue said Mr. Hhernmn intended |mild ing n|KM'a houses at Ix'thbridge and Craubroiik. lie cvpressed himself us anxious to do so, while h*>vp, hut it is not thought, he is rnnjiidcriiig the mutter seriously. Wo understand the theatre umnagers of tho went are to meet at C'ulgary early next month to fiii'iu mi association nnd arraiit'o er of the M.-ruufacturors Association, now touring tho west, was tho guest of his daughter. Mrs. .1. K. Hughson, lust week. Mr. Munns is groatly im-pivssed with the west. This trip Is his first one und he declares that very few people in tho JCust realise the wonderful opportunities of this country and still less do they realize the astounding dovelopmont that hnu taken place hera. Mr. Munns is u prominent temperance advoculo and onco ontestexl N'orlh York for the Ontario legislature against Hon. E. J. Davis. You run no risk of injuring >our eyes, (he most delicate organ* of he human system, when ; on cui suit M. Mmklenburg. M.A.. the ule->rnte�l oculist optician of Calgary who has had seventeen years' ex -, perience in the science of optics and j art of luting ghuses. xu gu-.w | the work, no mislnkes. every examin it-lon in made with artificial light, t>>. only projier, safe und most reltu'ile method. Will lie nt tho U�thbririg� Hotel from Oct. 8 to Mtb. und ut Cnhoon Hotel, Canlslon from Oct. flth to 8th. Hev. \V. A. Uwis, 11.A., of Mac-lei�| gave a most interesting ami inspiring address at tho Kpworth I^Migue meeting last J'riduy evening. Tie Niibji>ct of missions wiis trim led in an original way, the speaker claiming that we are blest that we may lie the means of giving slmilar blcKsiiiKK to others. The tpiestion Is not concerning the salvation of the heathen If we do not givw them the gospel, hut is rather concerning our own salvation if we neglect our orders �o preiirh the gospel to every creature. The address was bright with apt illustration and full- of sound principles. The plot of "Hooligan's TrouhloV the musical farce comedy at the Op-eru House next Friday. Kept. SKlh. concerns the attempt of an elderly (iiiitor to win a young awl beautiful heiress. Ho induces "Happy llool  Iguu' to assume tho clothes and character of an Knglish nobleman and he makes love successfully to the young girl's aunt, an* elderly spinster; there the old num. who is also t he girl's guardian, finds the spinster has a si ill largur fortune, lint 'Happy' has made good wiih his opportunity and it is only when he loses his clothes in a hath house ut the sea sea-shore that tho fraud is exposed and the 'spinster in won by the wealth-designing man. 'Happy' takes to a sugar iMirrel an tlw latest thing in wearing apparel. icrompton corsets c. b. c. r ' ' 1 muhicm H. Johnston. �������icaiaaMHiiMHeM LOST Oil STRAY Kit. Lust, strayed or stolen on Sept. 1st from n farm J J miles N. Ea�d of (.ethhridge. a light bay cayu��. with white spot on fotvheiwl and white on hi ml l?gs. Ilrunded Oft ott left fore shoulder and lazy I) on right hip. weighs ubout 7.10 rhn Waeu lust seen hud u liuller on. Finder will receive reward by com* inunicatiug with ('. it. Mucgillls. point. Henllcmen.-While driving down n very stoop hill last August my horse stumbled and fell, rutting himself fearfully about tho head and body. I uschI Minard's Liniment freely ou hjm awl in u few days ho Vus as well as ever. J. 11. A. ni'Al'CHEMI.V. Sherbrooke. W. F. Hepburn. LllK'rnl candid>ito In Host Klgin bye-election has iv t�gnod. o. II. Haight of Sparta, takes his plac�. R.EAL ESTATE I beg to uuWiUiu'e lliul 1 have oiKMied tin ofliro in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establtuhin^ connections with eastern and western' points, both in Canada and the United States. If you liavo anything you wish to sell list it with uie, it will cost you nothing if I do not effect u sale. If you wish to buy and I have not what you want, give nio u description und I will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire �nd Life lniumnee. ;