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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDxNBSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1018 TlffiS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALI* PAGE SEVEN CAL TO THE W. B. KESTER Has Been Called To The Front And Must Sell Out His ENTIRE STOCK OFiMEN^S WEAR AT ONCE This is no "Need he Money"; "Bought Too Much"; "Overloaded"-or any old excuse sort of sale. The reason for this sale speaks for itself. I've been called upon to serve my country and in a very few weeks' time I shall be in khaki, with no further use for the Men's Furnishing Business. So here's your chance. I am prepared to SACRIFICE MY ENTIRE STOCK to the same extent that I shall sacrifice my business. Time is short-only a few .weeks in which to arrange my affairs-no time to camouflage, so here is my straightforward proposition. To effect a speedy clearance I shall place on sale my entire stock. No reservations, at a price of 15 % to 25% BELOW MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. I shall lose money, but will'gain time acting on these lines, but time is more important than money with me under the prevailing conditions. The high reputation of the lines I handle is too well known to need recapitulation here. Suffice to say that my entire stock is absolutely new. Of the very highest grade, and that this clearance event enables you to purchase absolutely dependable Men's Wear at a price lower than you would pay for unreliable and shoddy goods. BEWISE^GETINONTHISEARLY. SHIRTS BELOW MANUFACTURERS' PRICES Nowhere in the whole ot Alberta will a more classy array, of shirts bo found than in my store. I have Just recolved my new fall supply of Ibese goods-the very latest and smartest goods obtallnable, hut out they will have to go and I'm prepared to sacrifice. All my shirts are cut with the "Manhattan" slope, and comprise Percaio.H, English Prllita, 'Oxfords, etc., ot the highest gradu materials. Included are Negligee^, Sport Shirts, bresB Shirts with either soft or stiff cuffs, and the prices are Up to $1.50 for.............95c Up to $2.00 for........... $1.35 Up to $2.50 for............ $1.75 Up to $3.50 for...........$2.25 SILK SHIRTS IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS. $5.00 Silk Shirts for ....... $3.25 $6.50 Silk Shirts for....... 34.45 $8.00 Silk Shirts for....... $5.55 $10.00 Silk Shirts for...... $6.70 $12.00 Silk ShirU for...... $8.15 COLLARS Our range of coUarB In,, all the fashionable shapes, usually sold at 26c each. 2 for 2Sc Sleeping Comforts ME Night Shirts of'White Twill, brie and Flannelette. $1.50 Night Shirts for...... $2.00 Night Shirts for...... $3.00 Night Shirts for ...... PYJAMAS Made of "Spisette," a fabric as soft as sijk. , $2.00 Pyjamas for---- $3.50 Pyjamas for......... PURE SILK PYJAMAS A most exqulsUo piece of wear. $9.00 Silk Suit for....... Gim- . 95c $1.25 $2.15 $1.35 $2.30 $6.35 Look At These Suits! I carry only one brand'-^THE BEST-and that is the celebrated 20th Century Brand These suits are every one tailored-no matter what price-of best worknianslilp and malerials; ^lot only on the exterior-but the same applies to the linings- the canvas-to every detail comprising the mnlce-iip of tho garment, thus ensuring the retention ot shape and perfect satisfaction in wearing capabilities. In short They are "Tlio Best." AND NOW NOTE THE PRICES $25.00 Suits for..................... $27.50 Suits for $30.00 Suits for $32.50 Suits for $35.00 Suits for $37.50 Suits for $17.85 $40.00 Suits for $20.30 $45.00 Suits for $21.75 $50.00 Suits for $22.50 $55.00 Suits for $24.05 $60.00 Suits for $16.95 $26.15 $30.30 $33.40 $37.60 $41.60 Odd Pants Special Extraprdinary I shall sell all my odd pants ranging in price up to $10.00 pair, at uniform price of ) one $4.65 Among tliese are included genu'Ino "Hewson" tweeds, tine worsteds,�nd Imported west ot England cloths. ' DO YOU APPRECIATE A REAL CLASSY SHIRT Classy dresser* �IU mrely appreciate this op. \)ortunUy. 1 lta�e a dnttAf range of "KREMAUNC*' SHIRTS AbartaMly the hlgheat tirade shirt retailed. It letallB.at no.og, but I pHljU cl�a�' them out at OVERCOATS PREPARE FOR THE COMING WINTER. IT'S AN INVESTMENT THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY AND ENSURE COMFORT AND PROTECTION FRDIVI THE COLD BLASTS OF WINTER. OUR OVERCOATS ARE THE BEST-THE "20th CENTURY BRAND." ALL WOOL, AND ONLY THE PRICE YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR BRADFORD 3H0DDV. ULSTER OVERCOATS With cither Notch or Shmvl Collars-very full skirts, and tho popular half-balled styles, atid hero's a very bold assertion to malte those days-"ALL WOOL." NOW LOOK AT THE PRICES $20.00 Overcoats for............... ----- $13.50 $25.00 Overcoats foi $15.65 $32.50 Overcoats for $19.80 $30.00 Overcoats for $17.75 $37.50 Overcoats for $24.50 Hef e lis a Real Snap! I have a line-a small pne-only 7 all told of superb BLACK MELTON OVERCOATS These are, extra heavy cloths and have genuine Persian Paw 6-inch collar-l^eautifully quilted and with leather arm shields. AND THE PRICES $35.00 Melton^Overtoat for..... ........ ... $22.15 $40.00 Melton Overcoat for................ . $25.50 No space to riiention all the other lines. COME AND SEE THEM UNDERWEAR Our underwear has been subjected to most drastio reductions to ensure a whirlwind clean-up. Included are garments tor every season ot tho year, from sultry July to bleak January. Stock up for future needs and save dollars. All tho best known makes find a place in this stock-only reliable goods will be found on my shelves; and you can stock u|) with superior goods at interior prices. $1.50 Garments for........$1.05 $2.50 Garments for -----.... $1.65 $3.00 Garments for........$1.95 $4.50 Garments for i.-.> . $2.55 $5.00 Garments for........ $3.35 $6.50 Garments for ....____$4.15 No job lines bought for sale purposes. All are standard and dependable brands. YOU ARE PERPETUALLY NEEDING HALF-HOSE And you should ))uy these 'by the dozen at the prices quoted; for remember, these were bought' by me at old time prices and are consequently worth a good 25% more than I have been asking for them in the regular .way. "In all makes from lisle to the finest silk-from cashmere to the heaviest of wool work sox. L shall sell thom aa below: 25c Sox for 35c Sox for 50c Sox for 65c Sox for 75c Sox for Sox for 85 $1.00 Sox for . . 18c . . .. . . .:.r.>-...:.i 23c . . .... ..:...:.;.) 33c ......,.:.....>: 41c .� . . . . 46c 53c .69c Hats & Caps I am the sole Lethhrldgo agent for the renowned "G. B." BOR3ALINO HAT,'which I stock in all the desirable colors, including black. The retail price of this hat is $7,50. I am, sellinis it for $4.45 The high class "RevUa Samohl" Hat In all colors. Uegulur $5,50, Q QC for ................................... 0*00 Tho "Moore" brand ot hat ot English nianufqct-ure, In all shades. Regular $5.00, Q QC for ................ ................... 0*00 GAPS "Boirsalino" Hats for Nothing With every lOtH Suit sold I will give away FREE A $6.00 "BORSAUNO" HAT Sale St arts Thursday Morning I stock only tho famous "Cooper" and "Eastern" brands-two lines acknowledged to lead the way In head coverings. A largo assortment of the lat< _ est patterns and materials to select from. Up to $1.50 for............ 90c Up to $2.00 for .......... $1.20 Up to $2.50 for ............ $1.70 Up to $3.00 for.......... $2.05 Up to $3.50 for .......... $2.30 - FOOTWEAR In conformity with my policy of stocking only the very .best, I have handled ipiily one line-the justly renowned ^'JUST RIGHT" SHOE T have these in all the latest Uats at prices ranging up to $12,00. These will all be placed ou sale, at one uniform pri�e ot $6.95 per pair ;