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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TALK ABOUT BIG FIGHT "Tex" Rickard says, "I don't mean the real battle, but the preliminary bout, iR which money counted more than the punch. I think I scored a knockout when I deposited in- stead o! the called for. One hvndred and one thousand dollars is a lot of money, but is quite enough to make anyone feel that there is something to look forward to. Counting out fifteen one thousand dollar bills before Johnson's eyes was not planned for dramatic effect, but for.a practical purpose. I felt that I would gam at least one supporter by showing that amount of money, it is only human to have faith in a man who shows you something, and tha' looked like business to John- son. Did you see his eyes gleam and bis fingers twitch" while the stake holder was counting it LOOKING FOR NELSON "Freddie" Welch, the sturdy Englishman, who recently trounced "Johnny" Summers. Welch is com- ing to the United States to try and induce Battling Nelson to meet him in the squared arena. Professor and Rose Greve Of the Lyceum Orchestra Who Are Making a Decided Hit With Lethbridge Theatre Goers Christmas Gifts What would be more welcome than an Edison Phonograph We have a large assortment of and Call and see them. Tte ttmrtip Phone No. 32. 412 St. Gifi SAT THE GREAT Clothiers Dainty Xmas Goods for Men and Boys Greatest Suit Values Ever Thought Of From now until Christmas we are offering the greatest Bargains in Men's Suits ever offered. Not a Suit in the lot worth less than On sale till Christmas 15.00 No alterations allowed. Any suit not satisfactory money refunded FOR THE BOYS we are offering Suits, sizes 29 to 33, knicker pants with straps, two or three piece. Worth in any store in Canada 00. Xmas price I Exculsive Xmas Ties just to hand to- 1 1 JL daY' 10'000 to cnoose In Fancy Boxes 75c, 50c, 25c Bows at lOc, 15c, and 25c. Flowing ends, regular Xmas price, with pretty box, 65c. Crochet ties, pure silk, very dainty, 50c. Crochet ties, silk stripe, 25c. 500 Fouy-in-hands, reversible silk, 25c. Every Sale we make is an advertisement for us, more than hours of talk would be Some of the daintiest in handsome boxes, a large assortment to choose from at 50c, 75c, and President and other good makes 20c, 25c. 35c and 50c Dressing Gowns, Fancy Vests, Sweaters, Shirts, and Mufflers in endless variety. Gloves at any price desired. IT! TD C ndS St leSS than thCY be bought wholesale. See the best F Otter Collar Coat> Haddisfield Shell, Russian Rat Jined, coat in Canada, Xmas price Coon Coats and The very best Beaver Coat, drooping skins, this week S190oo 25 dozen New and up-to-the-minutef Hats from New York. Just to hand 1910 shades in 19 >0 shapes for our Xmas trade, in stiff and soft grey, brown, green, black, and blue. Call' and see the latest dish brim, finest fur felt, Xmas price o Store will be open every night from December 20th till Christmas R.OS. Great Clothiers of the Great West ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;