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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta u. LMMbrldye Daily Hermld. Tuesday. Tulv 5.1910. I have utcidcd to ciear out a large portion of my ttock in days, so am a ducount of 33 1-3 percent, off all clothing and DiiT1 b A I in BIG REDUCTION SALE In order tc0 make room for my fall stock, which it now arriving I have decidedV'to .put on a big dit- count tale for the next five days in order to reduce my present stock. IneedthespaceformyMlstock ,i tfce money; so inust get rid of the goods regardless of cost. Let me quote you a few prices, which, when yon take into consideration the and anticipating TOUT present or fntnre cmghtto be an mdiiceineut 1 or you to visit this sale and make a purchase. l F SUITS FOR In al ordinary.. finely made, .good fitting; light and dark shades. This Is your opportunity. The suits are; worth twice iwhat I asfc; but I muse sell -them as space is limited. r MEN'S SUITS FOR and blade serges and good homespun.. These suits are nicely tailored and well finished with good linings and are easily -worth, double what "will buy them for she next five days. SUITS FOR Thess suits are in the same goods as .the preceding line, but a better quality serge and would be eood value at MEN'S SUITS FOR These are good quality worsted ;suits in gray, green and brown effect, well tailored throughout and are surprisingly good value at, but in order to make room, will clear them, .at -the very low .price of MEN'S SUITS FOR Light gray and gray with stripe ef- -feet- tweed suits, also worsted suits, in aOl the newest shades aP well "tailored and good fitting garments. MEN'S to to These are all high grade suits .made from the best English worsteds and indigo serge. The best of Minings and, trimmings are used -in these suits and they are guaranteed to and give .satisfaction. SUITS FOR These are semi lined suits from best English, flannel and would be good value at 00 but will. clear at JS.35. Men's All Wool-Underwear.. Regular ?5c per garment; now Men's Natural Balbriggan, regular 50c, Men's Blue and Natural Balb'riggan, regular 65c; now Men's D. 75c; now Men's Porous Knit Egyptian Thread; Men's Silkette Underwear in pink' shaded rioV 1..... Men's Blue Railroad Shirts, with' 2 now Men's Prfiit Shirts, regular Men's Percale plain and pleated now Men's American and Canadian; negligee, all "the-newest cloths and makes, coa-t or regular Men's iUnen Collars, all sizes, regular ioc, now Men's Austrian .Lion .Brand Collars, -.regular 20c; now 1. Men's Black and Tan Cotton .Hose, regular now Men's Black Cashmere: Hose, regular Men's Fancy Embroidered.Cotton Hose; regular 25c, .Men's Tan Drill Work Shirts, regular. now _ Men's Oxford Shirts, regular. S5c, now ..r Made.G'randrill now Men's English Drill Milkary-'Shirts, regular now ;r: v. Blue, White regular Men's Silk Neckties, reSuiar 25c, now 3 'fo'r'.SOc Men's linen Hats, all arid the newest shapes, regular SI .00, now 70c; -Tegular 75c.; now 50c; regulic SOe, nowise Men's Felt and Straw Hats, .at Big Reduction Prices.' '-750 ,95C ?.7 :f0r fi.0ti p'afr for rs'Tor'' "J5 MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN-S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S jMEN'S DONGOLA Regular for VELOUR CALF Regular PATENT COLT Regular for VELOUR CALF Regular for GRAY CANVAS BLUCHERS AND Reg. 00 WHITE CANVAS BLUCHERS AND JReg STRIDE OVERALLS-Regular Soc, for STRIPE, OVERALLS (Union MadeJ-Regular for for 10 "90c MEN'S BLUE, BLACK AND STRIPE BIB QVERALLS-Reg. MEN'S MOLESKIN GLOVES-Regular 60c for 45c MEN'S PIGSKIN GLOVES and GAUNTLETS-Regular S5c. for M.EN'S YUKON GOAT and HORSEHIDE GAUNT for 85c .MEN SUIT conforming shoulders, regJSoc for 25c .MEN'S Susoenders. Gaiters, Armband., Cuff .Buttons and all furnishings L, well made, durable trunk. Regular price METAL BOUND in., regular 50 "'for SOLID LEATHER SUIT 'for SLATER SHO-E POLISH-Tan and black, 3 tins for B U C H S Next Door to Eureka Theatre f dozen, short punches found '..'.laughed' .as Jeffries missed a vicious James J. Jeffries Knocked Out In Tne Fifteentt Round--- Joknson Displayed Tte Best Glass All rougn The Tk Figtt (From Yesterday's Special Edition) I Reno, Nevada, July Jack Johnson retains the heavy-weight pugilistic championship of the world by defeating Jim Jeffries, ex-cham- onds are Billy Delaney, Al. Kauifman, Prof. Bums, G-eo. Cotton, "Doc" Fur- ey, Dave Mills and Harry Folev. Johnson's time-Keeper KeteheL is Stanley Jeffries entered ring from -the south- held on Johnson, clouted him with' a wicked right -to the jaw. separated from a clinch AS the men Jeff swung- east at p. m, pion and challenger, In fifteen rounds. r Johnson gave Jeffries- the southeast Johnson outclassed, his opponent at j corner. Jeffries'entry Into'the arena every stage of the fight and after a ;tbe signal for a tremendous out- few rounds Kast-gone by it was easily of apparent who would prove the victor. Johnson drove Jeffries over the ropes in the fifteenth round, and the big ex-boiler maker's sun had set. are Jim Corbett" THE FATAL ROUND Round Fifteen A clinch opened the round and Johnson rushed his man to the ropes, flooring him, and the white roan was counted out as he hung over the ropes, his seconds and the crowd rushing into the ring .before the time-keeper could count him out. Jeffries' seconds be Attel, Joe strong. Eugene Tan Coui, Farmer I Burns, Roger Cornell, and "bam'Eer- ger. Jeffries' timekeeper ,is Bill Galla- "I don't care what corner you put me in, it's.all the same to me." said Jeffrieis as he sat in .-his chair, attir- ed in ordinary street clothes and chew ing gum, while Abe Attel wound cot- ton bandages about his hands. Round One I The men refused to shake hands, j Johnson smiled and Jeffries calmly chewed gum. After a long opening session of sparing Johnson shot his left to the face and they clinched. Johnson pushed Jeff back. Johnson swung left to jaw and as Jeffries roughed if at close quarters Big Black nis left again ro the face. The men locked arms and in the break Jef- Jeffries at Ringside K- Ringside, is taking j short arm lefts to face and crowd a and is stripped for the ring in peiled- don't yon sbout- i ed Corbett. a-t Johnson and the latter f winked and smiled back at the form- introductions Of !pp TV, er caampion. The men continued in a clinch and as the spnj: terminated right to the stomach to which Johnson retaliated -with two upper cuts to the Jaw. Tie men closed -together, Jeff leaning against the champion with sheer weight of his shoulders. It was a case of strength against cleverness with the Nubian having the better of it. Johnson and Corbett "kidded" each other incessantly during the mini his dressing room. After some more champions and Ex-Champion fighters, the crowd began to yell for the big round Johnson plarfallv Lapped fellows to appear. Sam Langford, the crack middle- weight, was presented and announced he would challenge Johnson for 000, win or lose. Johnson There too Johnson entered the ring at p. in. Johnson, was followed by his re- tinue of 'ohhson entered Jeffries on the sh-ouMer and -.vrt to _ -o TTAI.U got in a their rapid succession.. In response, Johnson shot a right to Jaw and the round ended. It was Jeffries' round and ", one so far. Round Five Johnson, as usual, came up 'with a volley of words. Jeff paid no atten- tion to this 'but rushed in close-and they wrestled for a spell At close quarters Jeffries shot two rights: to 'body to which Johnson, -responded with left uppercnts, cutting Jeffries' lip a 'bit Johnson, a moment later drove his right to Jaw' and -then fol- lowed It with two left uppercuts, then to the same place. Johnson jarred the white with a straight left to the mouth Suddenly Jeff sent the-black's head back .a foot with a straight left to mouth and Johnson looked a bit ser- ious as he toot his seat, not, however, without giving Jeffries the; customary round of love taps. No .serious dam- age. Round Six I'm going to mix -with him now, said Jeff to his seconds. Three left radia- ted from the champion's shoulder catching Jeffries on the face in each instance and blood seeped from Jef- fries' left cheekbonel Both men fought cautiously., A ringside fan "asked John- j son if. he would like a drink. "Too I left-'swing. Earlier Jeffries at close ransre had worked .in two rights to the -body ibut failed to phaze the negro, Jeff pushed his' man afoout'the ring .ana the bell rang closing a rathsr featureless round. Round Nine Johnson kept up a -constant con- versation in: his corner before com- ing, up to the-scratch In .this round. He hooked his left to Jeff's face with great force and continued to hurl ter- sely "framed sentences at Jim Corbeft. Johnson hooked another left to the jaw-that -carried with it -a -world of power. After Jeffries ha butted with his head, Johnson flung his left to the stomach and they went into a friend- ly clinch. Jeffries crouched low and Johnson drove him with a wicked left full tilt inj the stomach. A moment later he sent, in two left jabs to -the mouth and eye but Jeffries apparently paid little attention to these blows. The round ended in Johnson's favor, and with Jeffries' face bleeding several places. -Round Ten Not much life marked the r.oming.. to the. center of the ring. Johnson jf: him with a straight left and a right uppercut to the jaw. With the breeze to the east the black hung hard at Jeffries with the body, Jack all the time keeping up a conversa- tion with Corbett. Johnson cleverly blocked for .the jhody and sent home a straight.right to the sore mouth, starting the blood "afresh. The negro shot a straight left to the face and-then sent his man's Oiead a foot with similar blows. Jef- fries' seconds were quiet at this stage. On the other hand the Johnson corn-. er fairly hummed with life and bustle. Round Thirteen .The men! "fought clinched and wrestled about the cen- tre of the ring, Johnson 'breaking it up with a volley of rights' and lefts j to the face and month. He cle'Verly j evaded Jeffs clumsy attempts to land on the body and cutting loose, landed left and right in quick succession on '-the jaw and body. Jeffries weakened at this stage, a right uppercut almost lefting him from the floor. He seem- j ed all at sea in locating the black. Round Fourteen was a straight left as he got up and a moment later another -spitefully aimed went to -the Johnson played his stpniach within Jeffries- reach and tauntingly cried, "ain't that a nice belly Jim, why don't yon hit it" Jim did not They closed 'in, Corbett importuning his man to beware of the dangerous uppercuts. Jeffries right eye was al- most totally closed at this stage. John- son sent In some rapid fire of left jabs to 'the mouth and -the big .-white sbook his head. "I'm'as clever as you are shouted Johnson to. Corbett and immediate an exchange of repar- tee followed. The round 'ended tame- ly but Johnson had all-the honors and Jeffries' seconds looked blue. 's The Use Of Trying much on hand quickly rejoined j shot two lefts to the head and follow- the champion, and .he ripped in three j ed this with a short arm right to the left uppercuts to Jeff's jaw. Jeff waded i' ear. A long clinch, mixed with wrestl- ing, followed. Jeff swung his right around, the .body. .The men. confined themselves mostly to infighting and short streaks of wrestling. in but was .met .with nasty left upper- jcuis that closed his right eye tight- Johnson" folio wed this withjwo simi-. lar punches and blood spouted from vt W1CBU1U5. J0uusou the retired champion's nose as he tooE 'always on the alert to land a punch. fight his O'wn round. Round Two Johnson came r.p cliatting if. VES a tame flowing- -from the colored man's lips. "First blood for Jeff" yelled the w, from northeast corner. Johnson's sec- retorted the chnmpion. AS Jeff crowd. Johnson shot a .hard left to _ Hire a the mouth and almost wrestled his magpipe but Jeffries only smiled. "He against the ropes. The "Golden wants to fight a little bit, yelled Smile" had not faded from Johnson's Corbett. "You bet I do, rnistah Cor- face at this stage. Jeff forced the champion against the ropes and a half his seat, when the bell ended the round. Jeffries' seconds worked her- oically on his damaged optic, son's round- Round Seven Jeffries came with a ferocious frown and they closed in. A long sparring bee followed without a -blow being struck, Johnson meanwhile carefully- priming himself .for an opening. Al- Johnson whipped two lefts to 1he and a nght uppercut to the ja x made though Jeff's eye was badly bruised he never lost his sight. Johnson laughed sarcastically as Jeffries es- sayed a, right swing at close quarters. With the -men locked in an embrace Johnson jolted his jnan three times over the damaged eye and followed this with right uppercut to the jaw. Jeffries stopped Johnson's bickerings with a straight right to the jaw, John- son countered with left and right to the The bell clanged with the honors on Johnson's side and Jef-. fries looked badly cut as he took his I f J corner. Round Eight Jeffries rushed In and the black drove a left to the mouth and shortly after shot in two straight lefts to he face, that carried considerable force behind them. "Hello, shout- id the Mack, rdid you see that As they closed in without damage, Jeffries shouted "break away but Johnson didn't break and John- Jeffries yell "Oh" audibly. Johnson j peppered away. with.his left and clear- ly outboxed his sturdy opyonenf It was Johnson's round. Delaney asked Rickard to watch the gloves when the men were holding to see that -they were not broken. Round Eleven1 A half-minute wrestling without damage opened-the round and Johnson smashed Jeff times and time again with left and right to the jaw and. the iblg boilermaker fought back wildly. John- son swung a terrific right, more of an uppercut, to the jaw and followed this with a clean right uppercut to the jaw, and Jeff almost weakened. Johnson employed left and right up- percuts again and again to the jaw. and.varied this 'With left and right swings to the jaw and the blood spout- nth in a stream. Jeffries was a baa looking sight at this stage but he suddenly electrified the crowd by making a round-end ral- ly, landing his right to the jaw and a hard left to the body that brought the crowd to its feet Johnson, how- ever, had "a good advantage. Round Twelve The men-clincned after the black had missed a hard left for the jaw, remaining in this position half a min- ute. As Jeffries rushed in Johnson You The Slater Shoe is sold only by Slater Shoe dealers, in Slater Shoe the of the Slate. You can't buy the Slater Shoe anywhere elss what's the use of inviting dealers to cheat you? If you go anywhere else, you may be offered a substitute, made possibly by someone named Slater, but it cannot be the real Slater Shoe. Of course, the substitute may be said to be "made by Slater" or "just as good" as the Slater Shoe. But which shoe do you suppose made the name Slater genuine or the imitation When you want a Slater Shoe, come to the stores that sell the Slater with the Sign of the Slate, and with the standard price fixed by the makers. Don't invite substitution. This is the only store in this city displaying the Slater selling the Slater Shoe. Goodyear 137 W. E. BUCHAIY, Local Agent ROUND ;