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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LtTHiRlOOt DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY AUQUtT 87. II COME ANDC 1 f' The Greatest Display of Men and Boys' Suits Ever Shown in Lethbridge Clothing of Quality is the Only Kind you Can Get at MACLEOD BROS. N This> really our First Opening. In fact, we have everything a Man or Boy Wears. The Road Of Low Prices Leads Straight to Our Store. Opened To-day Ten cases up-to-the- minute Clothing Overcoats, Fur-Lined Coats, Fur Coats Men and Boys' Pants 6 cases-Men's Shoes 2 cases.Coat Sweaters and Roll Collar, as- sorted colors At Prices to Please your Clothing M-Leod THE GREAT'CLbtHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST- Specials for This Week MEN'S SUITS A regular suit sale price A regular suit sale price 12.OO A regular suit, sale price TIME FOR A NEW HAT The New Styles are Here. New Fall Derby, New Fall Soft Hats. JOHN B. STETSON We Show all the Latest Shapes and Blocks A SNAP IN LINEN 75c., 85c., and Sale Price 50c. LET US CROWN -YOU THIS FALL HER BREATH CAME IN LITTLE PANTS Boys'- Knicker. Pants at 75c., Climbing trees is tame exer- cise' for some boys, these kriicks have been prepared especially for such strains. BOYS' CLOTHING IN NORFOLKS AND PLAIN, 2-PIECE 3-PIECE, FROM to IN TIES Silk stripe, assorted colors, crotchet, regular 50c., sale price 20c. We are offering the biggest snap in 50c. Ties ever offered in the Great West, regular 75c. and SHOES TO CLEAR Sale Price 50c. Ties that please the classes and ties that please the lasses. The balance of OXBLOOD OXFORDS, all sizes, regular quality, Price to clear Opened this week 6 cases SHOES in Black, Tan and Patent, Prices and Drop in and look them over, also look our FALL OVERCOATS qver. WHEN THE CHILLS QF--FUI HE'PlfflSl TIG UP HDD DOWN .flHIl SIM COLOil OIOT 11 ST DOE .OytliCOIlTS ACL 816 to 818 Allan Block, 1st St., E. ,CALGARY Phone 444 P.O. Box 1352 Barnsley Block, Crabb Street, LETHBRIDGE The Great Clothiers of the Great West SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS Lethbridge Lost j Vancouver Won At the Hat! Football Match (Special to the Herald) Calgary, Alta., Aug. Peo- Modicmc Hat, Aug. er- pie's Shield Tournament opened aus- rorlcss ball of a class worthy of their ipiciously last night with a keenlyv position at the top of the league, tto {contested game between tte British locals shut Lethbridge out tonight in i Columbia representatives, the a game of ball which the spectators'couxer Celtics, and the Manitoba re- would have been much pleased to see presentaiives, Winnipeg United West- go further. A rain storm blew' which ended in the Celtics de- forty minutes after the start howev- feating their opponents by 3 goals to er, an-d before the players had settled 2. A crowd of-about watched themselves down to work time was the proceedings. The weather was Campbell passed Jack Corrigan'twice and each time he was nailed trying to steal second. The only player to reach that bag was Lynch who was! dry anil fair but a strong west wind interfered somewhat with the play and led ries-Johnson fight to be in Canada v one year from date. A purse of 000 "is offered by the Elk City Ath-' letic Club for the fight. Munroe does not state the exact location of battle ground, but says it is thazu thirty-six hours from Chicago, New- York and other eastern cities. After, his quick defeat by Jeffries several years ago, Munroe returned to min- ing and it is said he owns large sil- ver claims at Elk City. During a rei-. cent visit to Kew York Munroe intU mated that the miners of Elk City- would be glad to bid for a "gat be-, tween, Jeffries and; Johnson. CONSIDER PURPOSE OF CONTEST" Editor Lcthbridge Herald: Dear suggestion appear- ing in your yesterday's issue that S 0. E.-Caledonian tie be played on the afternoon of Labor Day is a good one, but did the maker of that sug- gestion consider how the primary ob- ject of the Wright Chanty Shield" would suffer' The collection taken, up is what the matches are really played for. and it must be admitted the spectators have "come through' splendidly, but I think it would be overdoing it to have a big Hospital Sunday collect on the Sunday anoth- er collection during the Labor Day- Parade in the morning- aad e Hospi- tal Charity March in the afternoon. Then there are two other if or consideration, 1st, would there be room for the match on the square- afternoon on account of the and second, why should the Foresters be compelled to wait so 2 hong for their final game? They have 4 every right to be considered. Barnsteaid and Gracdon; Crist Sheehan; umpire, Shuster. and Yours, etc., "Fair Play." We are making a new departure this season, and have arranged to sell wheels direct by mail, saving to our customers all intermediate profits. By this pton we can offer Regular Bicycles for nc value in first-class wheels will be an import- the restoration of their popularity. We have o bicycle year, and are ready with the or the'money ever offered in Canada. Send for Folder HYSLOP BROS., Limited lass Automobiles and TORONTO, ONT. ;