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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. June 21. 1913 THE LKTIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD (By Il.-B. McC-irty. President of Ihe-Ldlbbridge Turf Club) At this particular time I fvcl that one should not allow the] weather conditions' favor, we may look for the l.cllibridge oppoiluiiilv to pnss wilUuut expn-ttfnu a of nppwclatloii of I recowl to he lowered by. several seconds, tl, of the of the Lethbridgc Exhibitibn, in Li'thbwlKC 1-jjir Board ,nay not all be from Xhsvun. uie eituus m t> nlllt say, "Show me! 'lou say we hn.e given vou ghing us tin opportunity lo witness Imrsc racing. of ,ws) haff.Illilc u.acks Canada, we have jjivcii you Theie are essential parts thai must be played in order lo acconmiodaVion second lo mine, india'cd ll'.c horsemen make racing ;i success. I'irsl, Ihe iissoi'hiliun underlaking it (o enter the horses racing our half-mile tracks in America; must provide a good track, good'stable accommodation, aiul[ :hdi if on what been show your :ipprccia- olTcr tjoucl purses to induce the liors'-iiien lo train ami race their only by words, but by your attendance, at Hie exhibition, hojses. Those who have had in hand the management of affairs Now lovurs of gooil horses, it is up lo us. Arc going to :_ I. _ ___..I l._ n........ fnt. 11 lltv'pll I.rill' TVia r'flnne Illn I TH fi II.-ft in Ihe nitisl be congratulated, for Ilicy have given l.clh- bridtjc one of Ihe best half-mile tracks in the Dominion, the stable Hccoinmodnlion is second lo none, and the purses offer- ed Ibis season should encoiuage Ihe breeding and racing of stan- dard and thoroughbred horses. Second, horsemen arc given fair treatment they should not hesilale lo meet the asxod.ilion half wny, and enter and the best horses they in training. On reading the list of entries for the races of next'week, we recognize at once that the horsemen appreciate the" efforts of Ihe Lethbriilge Kxliib- ilion Hoard, and we find some of Ihe fastest horses racing our lialf-inile (racks in America, entered for this meet, and should make good? a up lo us. Arc going to The races at the exhibition commence Wednes- day. I-cl us all be there ;il the sound of the first hell and nol only cncouiiage the management in the youd they have undertaken, hut enjoy a good day's sport. LIST OF KXTItlKS SO P XCK OP, Mi 1KOT-PUUSB J1000 "Keta Hal." I'. 0 .iltetta, "LatesWe Hal Sn] l.cthbridgf, Alta "Star Kir.g." J.; C'liutr, AlUtta "Xtllie McClain. J. Mw-aidi, AlierU "Homer Me.-" L'oomis, G. Mian. (Valtcc J." Yrgatt, J. C Utah Donipier. J. -I., Kdmnnion, .Alia ".Claud R." MCE >0. J-2.iSnle IJalljrigguii (flesh color) 50c; lo.GOcj; Sale 35C and liluo.) reg. 75c; Snlo Balbrijfgan (inesli and and fiesli colors.) Kegular 60 cents; ..35C. regular j flonit'iiiafioiis, "'Jjislc; SI.75; Sale 1--'.Oouitiiiiitions, regular B. V.'D. Underwear; regular 75c; Sale-. All other iines Savings in Shirts Men's Negligee Shirts (no collars) }n W. G. R. and Tooke makes, regular 1.25 to while they last 50c Men's Negligee Shirts, collar. attached, regular 1.50, Sale 9.5c. Other lines in Negligee Shirts with.or without lounge collars in Cluett, Peabody, Qr. Jaeger .and .Welch-Mar- getsbn makes, greatly reduced in price. Lounge Collars with ties'to match, Sale 35c Neckwear, regular 35c, Sale 20c _.- Neckwear, regular 5 Oc and 60c, Sale 35c Linen lines; reg.20c, Sale.Sc 25 per cent-off all'Pajamas and Night Gowns. Buy Your Shoes Here and Save Broken lines of Men's Patent Leather Plain Black and Tan Oxfords in the Geo. A. Slater and other makes. Regular to' values, on sale Geo. A. Slater Shoes, regular stock in patent leather, velours, gun metal, black' and tans, sold all 'over at .Sale Correiponding Reductions made on all other of '-25 pair Men's Outing Trousers, tegular to Sale Odd p.c. Rain Sale -Prict r; Rain Sale US Hosiery Bargains .yV Men's Hose, regular 35c values, Sale1 17 l-2c' Men's Hose, regular 50c, Sale 35c .'V" President Suspenders, regular 35c -3 dozen Boater and Flexible Rim Straw Hats, regular 1.25 to on Sale 75c off all regular stock hats, including' Straws; Pan- amas, John B. Stetson and Christy's soft and stiff felt cent off all Caps. 25 Off all Working Shirts, Gloves, etc. 35% off Fancy Waist Coats 35% off We've said farewell to all summer goods, have hitched a goodbye price on every article in house. of time to wear them yet; '.but j selling time is to an end. Now for- some lively selling. Sale commences Tuesday Morning. Be on hand. i Cash. No goods charged at Sale Prices. J McKelvie THE 2 M'S McGuire ;