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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta >i tn Some clothiers are between the Devil and the Deep Sea. Maeleod won't humbug the people. Macleod Jiros. spend 000 to make this the biggest clothing sale yet. Sweeping All Others Before Us With the Sweep of a Tornado. MORNING, JULY 22 This firm has the disposition of :i strong mail to run a days in the year hence this whirl- wind sale. Dust, Opposition, Birds of Paradise, Birds of Prey, Parrots and all other talking species must be swept aside WHEN THE HANDS OF MACLEOD BROS. The People-The Crowds-The Men come down. Watch them come Friday. Watch them fill the store Saturday and we'll keep on until we have drained the store of the stock but our orices will keep the people around us, Macleod Bros., the Great Clothiers of the Great West, never re- cognize any opposi- tion. Their stock is doubly the largest in Lethbridge. Their trade the finest and best. Their turnover j doubly as large as any other three clothing stores combined in the never be outdone, never allow any other store to un- der sell them, sale time or any other time Oh Get the Hook Lion and a Tiger will be thrown away every 5 minutes No closing down-the store to mark the goods American four flushers needed to-run this Whirlwind word for it, we'll give of this stock to the people from now on without taking- one single 'farthing 'for the same. The Great Clothiers of the Great West have never humbugedthe people and won't begin now. No premiums, no bock beer or birds, no fake, no humbug, just this, read miss a word. Eat Grass As Oxen You know what hap- pened to Spain. Spain got licked; bumped into the United States, didn't reckon with the navy, the marines, the 12 pounders, the re- sources of the great- est Republic in the on. Take the Hunch MACLEOD BROS.' STOCK TO THE MEN The Mightiest Bargain Clothing Battle Even Waged in Lethbridge 22 Paste this date in your hat. J v A Mfrtttf The way to resume is to Geo. MacLeod yesterday. JUST FACTS--MEN WANT FACTS 1910 Here's what we mean. 1000 SUITS AT HALF PRICE Eegular 612.00, now Eegular Eegular Eegular S18.00: Eegular 620.00: now Eegular now Eegular 830.00: now 100 DOZEN MEN'S HATS AT HALF PRICE Regular Eegular Regular Eegular Regular Eegular Eegular Si. 75: now now -32.50 now now now now 85.00; now ____ 90c 850 BOYS' SUITS AT 331-3 OFF. Regular Regular 84.00: -S5.00; Regular Regular -38.00; Regular -SlO.OO: Regular 812.00: now 2000 MEN'S SHIRTS AT HALF PRICE Khaki, regular now 50c Gingham, reg. now. .50c Madras, reg. now___75c Grandrids, reg. now.. 65e Oxfords, reg. now.. .50c, Madras, reg. Galateas, reg now.. .50e 1500 MEN'S PANTS AT HALF PRICE Eegular now Eegular Eegular Eegular.65.00: Eegular Eegular There will be a multitude of Men's Sales all bidding for your coin. Remember MacLeod -Bros, have I "C ft I 1 ft fm I I -f A I "1.....' w j. t. y JL JL VY Ju A VA VA. L. JL Jl V ti I J._l U L T 1 i j i- A1 y XH '4 -i never yet lost a man N. B. MacLeod MACLEOD BROS. WHIRLWIND SALE Something Doing 10 Salesmen and 10 bundle wrappers and cashiers wanted HIGHEST" WAGES PAID We Mean Business ;