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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TllE LETHBRIfcCE DAILV HKKAI.b FRIDAY, JULY 3, 19M CANADA'S BISJuEY TEAM LEAVES F015 ENGLAND Lieutenant-Colonel J. G. Ross is in command. There were altogether twenty riflemen, Including their adjutant, Lieut. C. W. Q; Gibson, 13th Royal Regiment, Hamilton, Ont. The Canadian team .sailed en the S.S. Scotian. From right to left the names are: Pte. G. matched, and reports :frbnv their re- spective training quarters today sukl both are in the pink of cohditioni-Each Is In shape to fight the battle of his life, and they hop Into the ring each will carry a grudge in hia heart to settle in the old-fashioned way. The betting odtis are shifting with- out favoring-either-man very much. It is believed that as the fight grows nearer most of 'will made at even money. Americans are favoring- Ritchie, not alone through motives of 'patriotism, but because they, believe he is the better man. On.. .other hand, the British backers of Welsh are egually confident of his prowess, but they, underesti- mate the ability of the little .Yankee Ritchie is angry, over reports to the effect that he lias :been aide-stepping Welsh. Some of Welsh's training methods- are unique. In his road work he runs orer tho sandy dunes, where his feet; sink Into Uie soft ground, making run- ning an extremely difficult operation. Svery day he'. takes a long; swim in he ocean, 'believing that this is an excellent thing for a fighter in traili- ng. Most of the seats in tho big itadium have already been sold. The prices range from to each, t Is expected that a. houao will be in attendance. MILITARY BALLOON BURSTS .Mauiz, Germany; July iJ.-rOhe of the tew' military' balloons burst today while 'being inflated at the factory, -wo .soldiers, wera, killed and two atally hurt. THE IRI WIND SAIF iJrlLiJLi Never Equalled in Southern Al- Everything at Prices Below All Reason Men's Suits Suits. Men's Suits. Men's Suits. -S19JO Crawford Shoes, rcg. SO.50 Whu-hvind Bale Price Men's 50c Silk Ties Men's 75c Silk Men's Hats Men's Hats Men's Hats Men's Panama Hats. Sale Price ........-34.35 Men's Panama Hats. Sale Men's Sailor Straw Hats. Sale Price 20th Century Shoes, reg Whirlwind Sale Price 20th Century lar price Whirlwind Sale Men's 20c Socks -'10c Men's 25c Socks, 6 pairs j Men's 35 and 50c Silk Lisle Socks, per pair -20C We especially invite the inspection of our merchandise and prices by all out of town customers and the public in general. See us when at the Fair acLEOD BROS. 322-5th St. S. The Great Clothiers of the Great West ;