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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1909. PAGE SEVEN WE CAN SAVE YOU ON YOUR FALL CLOTHING BILL. Fair Week Will be a Busy Time at THE MEN'S WEAR MEN VISIT OUR STORE FAIR WEEK BARGAINS IN MANY LINES TO CLEAR. We are New Fall Styles in Men's Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, etc. Never before in the history of this store have we shown such astounding values in Men's Up-to-date Clothing, Furnishings, etc., etc., as we will have on exhibition for Fair Week. Our rapidly increasing trade ;ias not been built up o n prices alone but on VALUES. WE BUY FOR CASH direct from the most reliable manufacturers in Great Br itain, Canada and the United States, thus saving you not only the middle man's profit but giving you the advantage of our cash buying. a Money-Saving- List Men's New Fall Styles in Suits Men's Nobby Fit-Reform, Fine Tailored Suits 3 and 4 button single breasted, fancy a lid plain cuffs, finished to your measure. Men's Fit-Reform Handsomely Tailored Suits trimmings, in brown and fancy green stripes and grays. Men's Fine Tailored Fit-Reform trimmings, all the newest shades, fancy cuffs, etc. Tweed and Worsted. Finished to vour measure. Price. Men's New Fall Styles in Suits Fit-Reform Tailored fine imported plain and fancy stripes, 4 and 5 button sacs, fancy or plain cuffs, finished to your meas- ure. Prices to J. Worthway's Fine Tailored Suits for Fall clothing that leads among the high- est class clothing of Canada today for fit, style and finish. They are unsurpassed. Prices to A Large Range of Progress Brand Suits and in a few days. Prices run to Marching Out Prices IN MEN'S CRAVENETTE RAINCOATS AND TOPPERS FAIR WEEK Men's C'ravenette Eaincoats. Regular price Sale price............ Men's Oavenette Eaincoats. Regular price Sale price Men's Cravenette Raincoats. Regular price Sa le price Men's Crovenette Raincoats. Regular price Sale price Men's Cravenette Raincoats. Regular price Sale price Men's Dark Grey 3-4 Box Cheviot Overcoats. Sale pri ce Men's Dark Grey 3-4 Box Cheviot Overcoats, silk faced. Sale price 8.75 S.OS S.50 Furnishings! Furnishings lot of Men's Negligee Shirts. Regular Sale price is R. Coat Shirts at to heavy ribbed wool Underwear. Price per suit fleece lined Underwear. Suit Black Cashmere Haff Hose. Price Special Black Cashmere Half Hose. Half Hose. Pair heavy grav wool Half Hose. Tlie Hats. New Fall Shapes in soft B. Stetson Hats in soft and stiffs Price is ...5 Pairs for Prices 'Neckwear, Derby ties. Prices 15c to lawn Handkerchiefs. Price Working Cloves union made 50C Overalls Brand Overalls union made Pric- GOc to 110 The CEO. A. SLATER INVICTUS to Other make line shoes...................................................................... to WINTER FURS ON DISPLAY FAIR WEEK McKElVIE McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters in letlnridne TAILORING We can make you a suit to order from up. Fit Guaranteed. SPOR1S MACLEOD RACES Sensational Incidents On Se- cond Day Of Fair Aug. With fine weath- er and a good card, everything look- ed for a good day's sport, and this was i'Tthcoming1, though there i.-ne or two incidents that rather helped to spoil it. The trouble OV..T the Hall Mil? heats. Onj the first day the startrt, owing to I the narrowness of the track, had his! work cut out for him to start the; eight runners for the Three-Eighths thf short distance and the chance of any horse Draining much! on the start adding to his difficulties. I When the1 fntri.'-s closed for thV Half: Mile lioats it was found that ten had! paid the necessary entry, and wirhj ten 'runners, according to rules, Mich is entitled to five feet of the! width of the track, which -would re-j j quire a 'fifty-foot and it is quesj tionable if the track nt. the half-j mile poll- at Macleod is thirty feeti j wide. What the rule? provide for! j MTV I what the committee should! have done when they heard the first] {rumbling? of discontent to di-i vidi- the race into twn, adding some money to jnake the two purse? of. j fair value, seeing that the entry j money came to Unfortun- 1 j ately they did not do this, and the j I jockeys began to consult together! and refused to ride in the race. At the' track the owners and jockeys called to the judges' stand and an endeavor made to compromise the matter, it being understood that the j offer made by the judges was to make the purse and run it in two heats with five horeses each the three first horses in each heat, to run off together for the money. This .the owners would not accept and a deadlock arose. The jockeys refused LYCEUM TENT THEATRE Corner Glyn and Redpatu Streets Dawson May. Manager FOUR NIGHTS STARTING TONIGHT Monday, August 9 SPECIAL FAIH WEEK ATTRACTION justly popular JEANNE RUSSELL Company in a repertoire of popular Comedies and dramas NEW PLAY EACH NIGHT TO-NIGHT, Aug. 9th., The Beautiful Military TUESDAY. AUGUST 10th.. THE AMERICAN GIRL WEDNESDAY. AUGUST llth The HEART OF KENTUCKY New and Lively Specialties Between Acts Same popular prices 2oc, 50c. 75c. Plan at Higinbotham's It's always cool in the Lyceum Tent to ride and the races were opened r MOVING IPlCTURESJ ADVANCED VAUPEVILLE 1. Sailor's Sweetheart 2. Bear Hunting 3. Push Cart Race O N Q. "Likt- The Rote You're The Sweetest THE THATEN -TRIO In a Big H Dutch Act. TINKHAM COMPANY In The Cage of Death. CONTINUOUS PEBFOBMANCE PRICES I5c AND 2Sc with the Harness Event. Buckles came out and saddled for the Mile Dash and looked like get- ting a. walk-over, but eventually when Jim got on to his back again Greasy Pete emerged from the pad- dock with Charlie Mclaughlin dressed to ride, escorted by a police- t Iand managing to keep out of the crowd won the prize. Yesterday H. E. Lyon, of Blair- more, sold his useful mare Rosalia man for fear of confreres. The post. ;md Buckles violence from his two went to the came out victori- ous. Now arose another difficulty. The judges had refused to call bets of! before the start and there was a roar from those who had backed Llandaff against the. field, they claim ing that their money should be re- obdurate, for to Mr. Pingle of Medi- cine Hat, and the inare will probably race this month at the coast, whither also Llandaff and Lioness may go. The sports were not concluded till 8.30, and the tired and hungry sportsmen returning to Macleod found that even once a year the rigid Macleod hotel-keepers would not un- bend a little and put up a cold lunch or keep supper for their guests, and there was a scramble of all sorts and turned. The judges were oouurare, conditions of men uod and this may have been all right, Chinese restaurants for but. unfortunately, they allowed theLggs and suasaffes, f________j._____L_ i Results women in bacon and other four entrants in the Mile to go; for a Special afterwards, which made 2.30 Pace and 2.25 Trot. Mile Heats. A. E. Vance, Lethbridge, Earl Grey j 2 T. Lindsay, Macleod, Tom L... 3 3' Won easily, Time: 2.40 and 2.37. Milt Deer, Bucklea I Pincher Creek, Greasy 2 t Greasy Pete led for half a mile, at j when Bucklea went on in fron despite a desperate effort by and, the it look worse from the point of 2 in 3 of the backers. There was a special F EeynoldSj Gaiety race down on the card which would! Qjrj probably have been a but on representations from the own- era the judges filled it with the other four Mile horses, which looked like a cave in to the The trouble to the half-mile heats, WHS ar- I ranged so that the ten runners drawn in two lots and ran off two dif- i ferent races of heats, exactly what should have been arranged for the beginning. The whole business constitutes ra- ther an ugly precedent. Are a rac> committee to be held up by a bunch of jockeys? Unfortunately few meet- ings in this country are under As- sociation rules because there is no Association in the country. The only way to smooth matters over is for! committee.- to bf- reasonable and i stick to the rules they adopt. M of tlie owners were indignant. One jri'iiiU-miin said tliftt hf krit-tv H? would ride if told, but he not ask him for fear of the his brother riders would take s otherwise. Mr. Cooper, "f Greasy Pete, said- that if h.- could not iret n jockey he would ride liijii bare-backed. Fortunately, such incident? :is a jockey strike are rare in Thr> West, and it is hoped that this will be the KIM. As to the racing, the of Llandaff by his sister Lioness was a surprise, but prior to the Llan- daff had got out of ID'S box- and drank a bucket of water, which discounted his chance. Th- time was taken by several as being under 1.44. and wa? given as 1.43 1-2. a record for the track and probably for Alberta. Fi Fi did ;i good performance in taking a flat and a hurdle race, and Rosalia shov nd herself a (.-ut-and-eome-again customer by winning her division of tlie Half-Mile heats, in which Irish Lad had distinctly had enough of it: in the last, and his have b-'en wise to left him s -iDtiad collar. Mea it in for ito and comfort, whiter for the jockey would action in rai'i Greasy one, won fairly easily. Time: 1.46. Five-Eighth Mile, Poniss. F. Tatham, Macleod, Fi Fi i H. Powell, Cardston, Gipsy Jack 2 JJ. Barbour. Calgary, Maud W... 3 Won by a neck; a bad third. One Mile Pony Hurdle Race. UJF. Tatham's Fi Fi i T. B. Jenkinson's Culiey 3 H. Evans's Snark................. 3 Also ran: Stockings and Paddy. Mile Special. IX Wilson, Claresholm. b in Lion- Also ran: Wawa. Time: 1.43 1-9. Milt Boyi' Race. Fairy, W. Hewson................ 1 Togo, R. Hutton, Holly, Eight ran. Division A, Half-Mile Heats. D. Austin, Cardston, Henry 8 P. Ross, Outset 2 T. Macleod, Actress 3 Also ran: Lady Skilton and Cit- olla. Henry S. had it fairly easily each time. Times: .49 and .49. Division B, Half-Mile Heats. H. E. Lyon. Blah-more, Ros- alta.................... 2 I I Dooley, Macleod, Irish Lad i 2 2 T. B. Jenkinson, Medicine Hat, Ivanhoc 3 3 J. G. F. Re; daff Learning, dora Claresholm. b s Ll.-m- 1 Also Maid. The ran: Busybody and Sweet first heat Irish Lad won by but Rosalta held him the uvo. Best time: .49. after the first two his box deals. The niees were concluded wifh M Huckinjr competition for the Chant-; of Alberta and belt, whieh' s great on.', ond the Tndi'in .Tim Rabbit, who won, thoroughly his victory, for, after c.ivr.rt-i incr about in froni tlie stand, the! smaslied of the fi-nee, j riirs and riders, jumped Ihroujrlj the boanl> of n. bugey, un- j flipped his rider, re-appeared on ihe 'rack in a cloud of with three or four Indians iryine to catcli him and was eventuall Bicycles are rapidly coining back into popular favor, the demand this year being live times what it was five years ago. We have planned for it in two getting the very best Eng- lish wheel we can for popular selling, and to our customers all intermediate pro- fits by rilling orders direct by tnail instead of through agents. In this wav we can offer Wheels for and give bettor satisfaction all round. The quality of the wheels is all right only the best used and only skilled' mechanics employed in The equipment is right up-to-date and the machines throughout are such as we can thoroughly recommend. We sell automo- bile? as bicycles and our plan is to make wheels serve as a good advertisement to the entire business. Send tor illustrated folder. HlSLOP BROS., Limited High-Class Automobiles and Bicycles TORONTO, ONT. ;