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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNESDAY. AUGUST 28, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAlii^i IIEHALD PAGE SEVEN i :_______f.________________ "QUICK MARCH" WORK SOX Hxtm heavy grades bougltt before the recent tromendoUB ndVBnce (n, prices, fii greys nnO Macks. RetnlUng 25c to $1.00 imlr. all at cost price from 3 prs. 50c to 70c pr. WHO HAS WO THE WINNING TIME WAS p.m. �BMi�w#''^^ p.m. Will all customers who purchased a suit last Saturday, having in their possession a sales Bill bearing a time approximating, to the above-say between two and ihree p.m.-kindly bring it to my store at their earliest convenience. The sales slips must be handed in by 4 o'clock Friday afternoon at the latest. None will be eligible after that hour. The name of the lucky wijinor will be published in Saturday night's Herald, and the amount he paid for the suit will be refunded in full. AND NOW READ THIS Lack of space in my opening announcement, and lack of time since then-so tremendous has been the rush of business-has prevented me from earlier mention of my heavier line of goods. A few of them are mentioned here and you can rely upon their being of the same high grade and dependability as my finer grade of goods. 1 I carry only "THE BEST" of Men's Wear for every requirement, for work, for business or for leisure. MY ENTIRE STOCK IS BEING CLEARED AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S PRICES. REASON! I need the time more than the money. ' "QUICK MARCH" to Mackinaw Coats In grey. red. nnil iirown brokon checks, Kx(ra woigh! all wool retailing today iit $ir,.riO. SizpH iu> to '(4. no.40 less than cost price "QUICK MARCH" to Winter UndVear AU wool, hea\-y ribbed 2-piece underwear. Worth today $5.50 suit. less than cost price ^2.80 suit 1 Li' "QUICK MARCH" Suit Cases & Club Bags AU my stock ot above, which includes the "Eve-lelgh" and other well known high class makes, to Bo at LESS THAN- PRESENT WHOLESALE PRICES "QUICK MARCH 1 to Winter UndVear All wool heavy ribbed 2-piecH underwear. Worth today $4.50 BUlt. This lino was bought a year ago at a very Hpcclol price. Far Leas Than Cost Price suit * (a wonderful bargato) "QUICK MARCH" TO Waiter's Coats special Walters, barberH. etc.. don't miss this! a chance you won't drop across again. I .will sell my coats, aprons, cook's caps at Ridiculous Prices come AND see me QUICK MARCH' TO Work I am very heavy on work :liirt3 :uid am specially pricing tliom to cEfect a speedy (li-.Trance. Now'a your chance. at less than cost 70c to $1.70 ea. "QUICK MARCH" TO Motor Gauntlets / I am heavily stoclced with motor gauntlets, hoth black ] and tan. either lined or un-lined. The better ones have solid leather cuffs! To he sold at 'much less than cost $2.50 to$3 wm pr. 'QUICK MARCH" TO Sweaters .Ml wool sweater routs and pull over sweaters to go at spring of 1917 wholosnlo prices. This means at least LESS than present wholesale prices (Prices and styles numerous to mention.i too come and see them "QUICK MARCH" to Work Gloves I have always specialized in these goods and am very strong on values. Tho present wholesale prices are 50% higher than v/hen I bought them, but I shall clean them out at the original wholesale cost From 70c to 1.70 pr. Bl W. B. KESTER'S -FRONT' SALE J. (I'Yaiii Our Own CorrosDondont^ Barons, Aug. 27,-Lieut. Vowloy, a South African veteran, and one of the first from tlila district to volunteer In the pi'osent war, has been visiting his brother-lri-law, Omar Lyons, for thej past week; Lieut. Fowley lias been with the famous Princess Pats ever since that regiment went to the front in the fall of 1914 and lias seen some of the most desperate lighting ot the war. The Arriiy Medical Corps are ot the opinion- thot he is now phyaicaJly unfit lor further military service but the gallant lieutenant doesn't agree with them and has hopes ot rolurn-Jng to the front. 'I'ho library in the study at the rear at the church is now oponand books may be borrowed free on Saturday evenings from 7!30 to" 10 and on Sunday evenings 'after church service. The ball team have had a busy week.'Grnnuni were visitors on Tuesday Qvenlug and detoated the hotno team, 7 runs to 'j, scoring tw* bom* runs. On Thursday ovenlif Barons travelled to Carmangay and won from that.team,,7 runs to 4. On Friday eve-niug tbey;ylsitecl Noblofordand agalu were victors, the score being 5 to 3. Stanley Welsh, tor Barons, pitched a nohit gurae, the runs scored being on errors. On Sunday Lethbrldge were visitors here and defeated the home team by a score of 13 runs to 10. Arrangements have heen completed for a baseball tournumout kore on Labor Day, September 2nd. The competing teams will be Oranura, Nobleford, Carmangay and Barons. The bUainoss men ot tho' town have donated over $400 to ensure the bmccoss of the undertaking und It iB exportod that fans will pile In from all directions. The death occurred on Thursday of Mrs. Dixon, wife of B. M. Dixon, of this town. Mrs, Dixoii had been ailing for some time, having suffered a paralytic fltroko early iln the aunimer. There was a good ralufaU here this morning, which, wblle delaying harvesting, will Improra plowing. vulcan (From the Advqcato) Harvesting throughout Ihe district is in full swing. During tho past week there have boon some fa'nCalls but they .were not sufficiently larso to in-torfore grestly with the wcil: ot cutting, ' Norman Jennojolih iu�t witn o bad nccidoiJt yesterday whU� rid Inij w hone, lie tell from, the horto and hurt his elbow vei-y.badly. Wiioii it was oxaminod It was Impossible to my wholbtJr It was broken or dtslncatod. He was at once take|i to Colgury by Mr. and Mrs. Joimejoltu to'bave it put HOPE 10 PREVENT Moi|treal, Aug. 28.-The committee ot the C.P.U. telegraphers, who are demanding an eight hour day and time and a half for ovortlme will meet the company's otfloials tills atternoon in an effort to reacli a settlement and prevent a strike. 1 * it I V ? > ? ? � retreating Bolshevlki. MIbs Francos Baxter, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baxter, of Kenora, in the recent matriculatiou examinations, won, the provincial scholarship, making the highest marks in Ontario in her'class. The scholarship U worth $:iOO.und is a dtstlngulshod honor, especially for one so young, ska iMI< ing only Ifi years of age. "j^. 3932 ;