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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, DKCKMBBR J'llR DAILY HKHALU 1 PAGE SEVEN nittdsion Sale of Surplus Stock .A :J Greyest Selling Event in Men's Wear Attempted in Lelhbriclee O ADVERSE'WEATHER CONDITIONS-CROP FAILljRE-THE ALL PLAYED HAVOC WITH OUR PLANS AND ARE OVER- STOCKED AND MUST UNLOAD, EVERY PART OFtfHE ENTIRE STORE CONTRIBUTES TO THIS SALE. OUR ENTIRE STOCK QF HIGH- GRADE MERCHANDISE FOR MEN GOES UNDER THE HAMMER. Starting on Saturday, Dec. 7th L, We Must Unload! Thii u a bargain event, the like of which we believe-has never been equalled in this community. It is not a sale of shop-worn out-of-date merchandise but an opportunity for you to buy the highest grade, dependable clothings, furnishings, boots and shoes, etc., at sacrifice prices that you cannot afford to miss even although your present needs may be supplied. BUY AHEAD! DON'T LOOK FOR PRICES TO DROP BECAUSE THE WAR IS OVER. EUROPE WILL GLADLY BUY EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH OF MERCHANDISE FOR MONTHS TO COME, THAT CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES CAN PRODUCE FOR EXPORT, IN ORDER TO HELP STOCK UP THE MARKETS THAT ARE DEPLETED, OVER THERE, AND EXPERTS SAY THAT PRICES WILL BE HIGHER THAN EVER NEXT SEASON. X v J_ Notv for Future Needs We must reduce our stock no matter what our loss may be, in order to meet our obligations. Lucky days for the man in search of better clothes, you can stock up at prices that are not only much less than you will be asked to pay for inferior makes.but in many cases less than pre-war time prices due to 1 early purchases. r'i TERMS OF SALE, CASH. NO GOODS ON APPROVAL. -______ FIT-REFORM AND SOCIETY BRAND HAND TAILORED CLOTHING, STANFiELDS, WATSONS, DR CLUETT, W.UR. AND JAEGERS SWRTS, STETSON .MALLORY AND BORSELINO HATS, THE GEO. A. SLATTER AND REGAL fjHOES. DENTS AND PERRINS WOLSEY, DR. JAEGERR AND ALL THE BETTER MAKES. TRUNKS AND BAGS, YOU will have the Largest and Most Gcmipleie Stock of MEN'S WEAR in Southeiii to dioose horn at SACRIFICE PRICES. Space will not permit us to enumerate many prices and can only give a hint at a few of the many Sawney this sale has to offer you. COME AND SEE FOR; YOURSELF THE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS'ON DISPLAY. DONT MISS IT, ASTONISHING PRICES IN MEN'S WEAR OF ALL KINDS. _ MEN'S SUITS 525.00 values. Sale N 1 LOT MEN'S OVERCOATS Regular COMBINATION UNDERWEAR V Regular MEN'S OVERCOATS 1 lot of Men's Overcoats, excep- Jional value, JI II I LOT MEN'S FALL AND WINTER CAPS X' Regular to, HATS! HATS! 1 Men's rUb, regular II HEAVY WEIGHT WOOL COMBINATIONS' Regular Sak IL STIFF HATS Reular 53.00 and "J" BRAND COLLARS Regular 25c. 6 for 5Qc i DRESS SHIRTS Regular 51.75. MEN'S SUITS 1 Lot of Men's Suits, good value and 1 LOT OF GEO. A SLATER'S PATENT LEATHER SHOES, sizes, regular J 10.00. CHARGES IL 1 LOT MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED TWO-PIECE W60L UNDERWEAR j i Good value, 52.00.' LL HOT MEN'S SOFT HATS Regular 55.50 to 56.00. LL 1 LOT MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Worth to MADE ON ALL CLOTHING ALTERATIONS Store Open Til 9 P.M. Saturday LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN McGUIRE 1O percent discount only will be allowed on all Dr. Neckwear LETH8WDGE ;