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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta RATUHDAY, APRIL 33, 1911 THE LETUKRIDGE DAILY PAGE SKVKi Worm Looking At. WE can show you dozens of new Spring Suits that will just about meet your ideas of what perfect tailoring ought to be. NOT 15. to 535. WHITE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAM. P10N HAS CLEANED UP S30.033 IN VAUDEVILLE BASEBALL e 1 Ijui.i :i'. li-.i'-; ill liii.tb 11 il-rii't "In t '.nuda tin I'U-a j use an impdslcr.'1 ti. McKelvie it ijjJ ii.r l.oiiiis'n nf iljr v Is Probably the Most Popu- lar Line of Baseball Goods in America Today The Majority of the Big League Players use either a Reach Glove The American League uses the Reach Ball exclusively. "ti'm lluiiV.ut tlir QU1MET IS SHOWING HIS CLASS IN OLD COUNTRY i i (By FuHfrn.n) Thi-n hair Hale's at? IraaJcly j r.tvr iurm to the 7 arrived over Uir llrjrcaiKjfi's iJriitjiT.nic nf irr.-n FraiiCis Cmmi-i, Die >owis chain pi which lie rrsnlis f'nijl ujio lias just landed UH their shores. I that tl.i-y uoijlii Uu-hn11 inipti'-'.iilile 3'birily it.e experts nrc puzrled. a iiirn UiaHj they-arc civinf; Un- American.! they had L'likk rMh-j invalids a he-tier chance to 11-0, ilcfciul lite ua-''3'" St. Gi-iinaiu. u lie re il j'-.-iiiiit tht invasion nit lo i DIE? foreigner. "Hcally." said Mr. "tliclr of a inoud. and if il t-oit your iifi- ItOMdiWr 'll0 Electrically Lighted Electrically Started Full Floating Rear Axle THE happy medium between light and "Four" that rides as steadily as though it weighed much more. But a light car, nevertheless; with all the economies that accrue therefrom. A beautifully balanced, amply power- ful, and a perfectly proportioned "Four.'' A "Four" with full floating rear axle. A "Four" with a full equipment of Tiinken bearings. A full five-passenger "Four." A "Four" with a superb Studebaker- separate-unit system of starting and lighting. A "Four" so efficient that the last ex- cuse for paying more for any "Four" is finally eliminated. THE STUDEBAKER CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED WALKERV1LLE, ONTARIO Sold by Lethbridge Auto Lethbridge crc.l splior Had. a nntiounl realty lu-e: luUional. Fo'Iovv lonnlrviucii. an-i t- if ive EhouM ht- rlp-j d fjnr trv a hunch of in-; j vailing vn hrr to ourpf-lvcs, to i our (nil in siiatnc, I Already iHc Prt-ncl] hns lak- 11) thu iiinl ts coasHiTiiie, the of nnil limits fur Sai" no for SU-JH liave (inrc lu-rilre '-1 to maki' it inter- i FCvcral (jf Vv'hiFj'Or! Tiif tTiiHi Jilioiit ihe mat- tor Id II. lliirgr-.fs of Oils (ity is nnu nil the, ideas- sires and nii.'iiiiu-lino'.is of j ins; into thr liiit none rR- hoaiK of Fi enrti s-riio-jl ttic olhU? and fitur puinls (if Jnnt Mr. Hiup-ES- ij: n mail: Nof :H all. lit- Iso pliflafllliruiiM. Hn. rvmniiliuirJ Ihr national I risi) OoJii1 f'ir of Aintik-fltJP, i :mrt -Aonrlpifd il wo.nliln't be n Mi fn; 1'rcneh. TiironMi frifjid lit' luadi- tin' r.c-1 ______ iilaiuv of Hit VIcioiiti! St. .Maiir-l VUcrnto n Irnnt-n- oils fnr ihr. nf fcllfAv men Hit- hisiiinilon Buy. It. Because It's a Studebaker ut-ro ao Irighly that trains j-lajjne, the cajilniti tiioj sought tn un a regular team, j ojie catnt1 (o tne and said. 'Mr. IJur- As a went down I am ill ,ind cannot 1 inio the fjiuiilltr Latin one afiuriioon I time later. Ids team had. i iiud Fcvt-ral .American art! forged well ahead of their jstudriitp. jlie returned to me saying. i Will! tin; Ttrpt hat] tcul fiuitt n-sloreil.Mr tiurgoss, and Frencliir.'-u n surjirssc. Insioad -.vonlil like lo play.again, nnw that our iniiiy lanlcrlinii'l throwhiz lo toani has a few more runs.' had Ijren !iiy "Despite this fact, the French have soul I'.TCSJ Imiiiul- j tnVen itiy kirnlly to the cr.-1. '.Yiilst tliut. completely i iTOi'ideiil has intiursrjLl it. and Ijou-U-d'n-i- FivKf-uitoii nff. ilidr feet.; lict-n by tlm an j-jpsorialion similar to our A.A.L'., oni! of mo'ullv ;M his body of aina- 1 [land, rrlpd "rip.crp ijleu'" valk- IUIIP in France. i ed off tin; fii-M Vrcncli hoy practically no f "Onr- nf I hi.1 of the iiutilour life- HR all Iiis (Jays --aiil Mr. th.r-; in srlicol, they are E riEi- iviih arw t aii'-nd of our hois mentally, "On uhcn Jv.o-of their liuJfe.s t-nf.'pr for thcJr Osi? Kew Fatest 'VISt tilQ Coin" THE BUFFALO.N Y. lliunsiiml far> will Iio Ifnichiccd itiis yt-iii- liy llic 1'Vivd I'iii'hirv iii Ford. I-lvi'n lliis ciniriiKins prixliiciioii hiinl- ly snlislics dciniind Idi lintiii' niiidc lire made iii 'six k liio prlrf of Ibr Fnrfl llio loiiiini; tar siv Tifiy: rar niiii! o. t. Onl.. (let nnd iroli) vnrruK MHOS. 1232 Avtrcue Lclhbrlds- ;