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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridar. November 18, 1910. THE -LETHBRIDfife TiAttT HEKALD DOWN! DOWN! DOWN The Green Signs Mean Value Sadowski is down and out of the Retail Clothing Business of Lethbridge. He's down to stay out. "Get out any old way-Sell the stock regardless of is his in- structions. "I need the money--Fve got 1% goods." Get rid of it and it is all I ask. Profits are gone, wholesale prices are cut, and this magnificent stock of Gents' Furnishings is thrown open to the public at practically their own prices. The' Green r Signs are Win- ners for You THESE PRICES PROVE THAT WE MEAN BUS! McCREADY SHOES, THE FINEST MADE Yaluo 52.1 Value .t.............'. Value .1......... 65 15.50 Value Men's Working Slices UNDERWEAR FOR COLD WEATHER We handle the best qualites: St. George awl Penman's Pure Eegular 'Fleece Lined- regular'11.50 and Our per suit and WOOL Weight 7 a sha-me....... CAPS .We have- the; finest- stock in Lethbridge today. Eegular value for you to OVERCOATS Tweed. Sheep Lined and Fur. The wholesale prices have been cut oil this fine line and you can get your winter Overcoat at less than cost. Now is the accepted time. Come "Quick for they are moving fast. SI.20 Excelda Handkerchiefs 3 for 25c HATS Regular and Our: price CO AT SWEATERS lar 31.50 to Our prices now rano-e from It isirnmjlble for u> ta list all tb yourselves that Sadowski means business. ffow is the Accented Time GLOVES'AND'MITTS Overbought by twice too much. Selling them off at g5c to 00 Cotton g for ggc SUITS FOR ALL We have just the suit you want at prices you want to pay. .All good goods, finest value ever of- fered in the city of Lethbridge. Just 125 suits for s16-50 Suits tor J-j 2.5Q you ever hear of such SHIRTS v; Shirts for Working Days and Shirts for Sunday Regular Toe to 25cto 4-25c 2-23e 15c 20c 25c and 3oc pay more when we sell at less than cost- diow you, for we could Ml the Herald with our less than cost bargains. Goine and see for He s going out to stay out, and the stock must be sold in 20 days regardless of cost CLOSING OUT SALE 110 ROUND STREET For The Men HARVARD ELEVEN WORRIED IPAPKE WILL GO TO ENGLAND NOW Billy Paplce, who is now in Aus- j tralia, will soon invade England, un- der the patronage of Hugh Mclntosh, anil it- is probable that the Illinois cyclone will get a chance at the Brit- ish star. At any rate Jlelntosh will try to force Thomas to sign, and if he refuses the British press is likely to make things, uncomfortable for the alleged champion. British pugs have Uam'bridse.'Mass.Nov.'iT.-lii spite grealer fef aml rcspcct for Vie press than American scrappers do. of the excellent shoeing of the Har- Once the.papers over thcrcP'lurn upon vard football eleven, supporters of the a lighter they make him fight or they T-A -f rt .-n-rtT-Vi- T Is II-M -i 1 ,..i. J JEFFRIES TELLS HIS STORY BOLD ries and to himself, to make a clean of'it. If within, a reasonable length of time Sullivan proves his. (assertions, it will be up to Jeffr-ies to I defend himself as best lie can." IS BOWLING? Breezy Collection of Sporting Paragraphs From Everywhere Replies' to Charge That Reno Fight Was Insists That He Was Reason for Bad John-L. James J. Jeffries, has a few words to say about the stories primed re- A Montreal dispatch dealing v.-ith EASTERN RUGBY As expected Arogos' nrotest has thc growing of bowling says: ihe hand. Ic is made both Cor forwards and defence men, and is an improve- BASEBALL With Loberc gone. Dick 'Egan will probably be appointed captain.; of tlic Reds ajid should a capable and aggressive field leader. Fred Clarke thicks ho'has a find in Robertson, the leading-pitcher of the squibbed out. and though it to on tQe famous Hod Stuart glove j Central leasue. who do at least worth of good to thej _____ j Pirates next "The Amateur Athletic .-Union of i Llle sailor3 are no nearer i Bob Harrison, the crack little for-' Canada at its annual meeting 'to be i ctlamPIoushlP than they were when j ward who started with the old Ottawa held in Toronto on November 27. in Oi "In Coombg Bender-the Cubs tawa Saturda-v ie Ottawa -Mr. Hasar thinks once a man has dropped 'the ,l rirler8 Ll'e could same he should "stay away." to experts, and Yale's "ojhould Sullivan heat Thon 1 lment lo the liiat tue colored snowing against Princeton and >becom'e tho tar t for champion-had agreed to "Jay victory over the orange and black middle weights, of course, hut there bul tnar- be Had given Jeffries Eli was not conceded a look in. have filled the Harvard supporters seems small chance of this, as Sulli- van has done little to warrant- con- with misgivings over the tactical abil- sideration. His best work was ..tory over Tom otherwise known as the "double cross.'' ity of the 'team. i I anfa'slpr it rtio J jr'Ui 01 time a title contender. Sullivan. "Yours truly, Avitij-! aside of money i-rixcc-for Hinateur tour iiract mighty few people on a a talk made in Denver in which he! -nament-s- prominent Icon; bowler yesterday! 1 I i i Xext carae old pa3- Johirjlo 1-ircvailH1 ice setting tue porting: writers furnish would Ho hilly j league in IPOS set makes the assertion that the jm .1910 and more than held his own. The fact that deaths attributed an- nually K> baseball outnumber those be' es- They ap- hcrwever. .tional se of ihe gridiron and that the baseball season is much, longer .than that de- voted to the coilege sport. A man has confi- dence only in what Ke knows IS right. Fit-Reform Suits give that confidence which a man feels when he knows he is dressed by a tailoring organ- ization that has no superior in the world of fashion. Fit-Reform Suits express the real style thoughts. Be guided by them and be correct. ]34 Jeffries branded the Kansas in of spore are j '-aking .up bowling the money prize should some ot.lier game. Would the crowd ar a Dassbail or lacrosse match stand for and Denver stories every-clay lies. j "Never from the moment that I signed articles in New York until 1! went, into the riny ai Reno was there' any understanding between Johnson and myself otherwise than that ihcj j light was '0 be decided stricilv on its "i proiicien-.moncs? Not. .for a minute There' I merits. Any man who speaks i0 the fy m Jbe thj.n for one to would' be fines and ir no: jail, i n-unimry iriis a lie. and 1 hernbv pub-! lor iifry cents a game. :roi. somchody in tho mr.rnins "licly challenge John L. Sullivkif to j 10r a a samo' of j j prove his said Jeffries !hc in a gambling ten- j "I trained th- bosi T :-rd j! 1S developed. And truth to leil, it is rime some-i loucht rnc bcsr 1 could. I was bc-ucn-i "Jri my tho Amateur Athlet-! told the men behind Gig Four bare nrotTv'qnier since: ic reconsider its decision jrootasii a thing or two. if oiherj A sjrent deal'has neon said casr an ('-Vf; on those as Hi.-, gridiron delays ihat the average foot-: samo. Xo, not tor a Tncre is also an mcreasing danger would the who keep the .of the habit growing among at thP football usatcaes srand for! a lot ol these young fellows. Nothing mle ibiff -batter if it took p'a- on i jis more natural after youngsters havejtlic ,acrosse grounds o, attained a certain degree of proficien- Xo, ,for rolmUe_ anout. me doped. Von may say for nic j I am po.sitivo thnt 1 was doped; sometime during tiio last tiirce. clays{ that I spent .'Moana This' 's not The talk of a souc-ilcr. f have spent; a lot of money ;md to s j take in bowling for money.'1 un as Til.--. ;is. there bo howls from every i corner of the world. FATAL CARD GAWE Jwho have aliomied I'ooihall in: JJonci; Okly.. Nov. nuarrel can sympathize witii that OL- a card unmc bore to-day resulted !tawa crowd who sat for more ih.m jm the death of riobcn Gentry. Rob-.unir an'hoar after the advertised time appy fee II lei A good business man docs not liis to be aiiected by He does not the ir.cs'c expensive clothes when times are fail back on cheap, shoddy clothes when times are br.d. He Tvears weil-niaac. perfect iitrincr, priced clotlies like "PROGRESS BRAND" al -and Lvks prosperous at all times. "PROGRESS BRAND" is the happy every man's ncetis, ai Tn leaves contain the ingredients thai i hat Before talking: further, Jeffries call-, cd a consultation vith his broiherlJ'lU llosilivoly hair- That Jark and 'Business partner, Jaok Kin- r-cr. The latter, as spokesman, then issued Hie following siaternent: "John L. Sullivan, who poses :is the This preparation is called SALVIA and is being sold witii a guarantee McKELViE McGUIRE Sale Agente for has chftrged that the wr.s a. frameup. to cure Dandruff and to grow hair in 'uiol or'Uio American sporting abundance. Kcing; daintily SALVIA makes a most pleasant hair dressing. Tho Alberta. Book Suilivan must nngnish the TO set iht.vj specified allotment of one hour's! solid football. It gives the the dignity, the appearance, so neccss-irv in of a price that assures honest value for the somo positive information in h'is U to LLc public, Co., your dniggist. is the first to a largo, urt'd for EASTERN HOCKEY j Tt is said Ottawa College may break into the Inter-Collegiate Hockey Union this winter. Percy LeSueur, the Ottawa goaler, has turned inventor '.veil as author I and hotkey coach, l-fc has invented t a new ijlcive which comp'oU-ly prorcci.s Your appearance becomes an, fitsci in your bt-Mnoss, you wear "PROGRESS BRAND" CLOTHING. MADE AND GUARANTEED 3Y K. CO. LIMITED, RS SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE E IKE LETUBKIDGE ;