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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pagcf 7. A. MACDONALD CO.'S Sale of Men's mg an O d Men's Dressy Suits Marked at: 13.65 Best worsteds, and wool tweeds, worth up to liJTR. A. MACDONALD gave orders to sell every suit and pair of shoes at any price that they will bring. All .the new 'Fitrite' suits will be sold at shameful prices, but we can't help it must be sokl. Not another suit of cloth- es or pair of shoes will be bought for the Matxlonaja store, and just one short month to get out of the pres- ent stock. Sale Starts Friday Business Marked at: 11.50 and Made of choice wool .tweeds import-- ed worsteds, worth .up .to ..-Man's Overcoats At Ptiltiy- Prices that will make some men wish that .they '-had bought "w-hen it- -is too late. the men of have such an 'Overcoat eh-a-iic.e: Shirts afl Reduced We're not going out of :the shirt business, but we are-.going-to re- 'cluee the stock b BEE0EE- prices will "'do the trick. SHIRTS FOE 45c MEWS OUTING FLANNELS AND 1 BLACK SATEEN SHIRTS IN ALL I SIZES. I rs That fwill take some .moving to get them out in one short month. Finest dress Worsteds in grey strides and best of Hew son and imported tweeds. Prices from a pair will make men feel x like buying half a dozen 'pairs. Boys' Pants, sizes 3Oto 33 for only 75c. Walk Out in A few shoes for .men, -a few for boys, a fe'w; for "girls. 'BUT A JLABG-E EOK WOMEN, We will sell any pair -of 'these: good ffigh -Art Classic, Crawford and.Bell-shoes at your. own prices prices will make sound ..like-" boiler -i N Shoes at ami up to cctonald Go. as one short month to get out of the Clothing and the Shoe business PASTIMES A A V Iy dubbed Kid McCoy, Jr., for he is- a ringer for the famous Kid. It was up early for Thompson and plenty of walk- iing and running, wrestling ;and shadow boxing for the benefit of- the jcrew in the aft deck, Bronson, Ciabby PLEASANT VOYAGE FOR BOXERS Thompson; Ray Bronson, the 'Hoosier .lightweight, and Jimmy the Bound For Australia Under the Care welterweight, -champion. The boys stood the trip well from Vancouver, of orn Andrews, of Milwaukee' Ciabby being the only one to show signs of seasickness, and only for G Honolulu. 'H. I.. Oct. inva-ishort lime- Mrs. Edna Papke had one sion of Australia by American boxers lba? but stood the tnr i splendidly. The .Canadian girl was r, la ncanng a reanty, lor tnose ongngeu A r. uavome on board, boat and made host? bv Hugh D. Mrlntcsli. the well-known friends, while her good-looking bus- promoter of the "Antipodes, are well on i band smiled his approval. way and arrived here today "OB j Cyclone Thompson has been the hard Zealandia, en route to land earnest worker on the trip, but- T r the Laud ot the Kangaroo. In the par- ty were Billy Papke, the "middle-weight of title; Johnny the goat for with Ciabby the comedian and Papke, the adviser-general. Ciabby was quick Stop starving suffering the pangs of 1 worrying about you dare, and dare not eat. Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, take and you'll fee! like a new person. Sour occasional indigestion chronic dyspepsia ail yield, quickly to NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food restores your strength, your stomach regains its tone, 2nd soon requires r.o further aid. SCc. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet send ,.50c. and we mail them. 37 I IfiTlOKAl. DRufe AND CHCMICAU CO. Of CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL. A sports committee was appointed i and regular "field days" were arrang- Jed. The boxers came in for the bulk jof the prizes for the athletic events, j but at ship cricket and quoits they iwere beaten. Papke and Walter C. Kelly, the Yir- ginia Judge, had a fierce -game of pinochle for the championship of the i Pacific Ocean. After a desperate bat- i tie of seven hours and a half Papke jwas declared the winner, to j points, and as a res.ult Kelly had to j sleep in the forecastle. They ,are to J have another set-to after leaving the 'Fiji Islands. .Air. Kelly claimed that Jack Straw, a tar of 49 years' service, and the son of a swordfish. was bis hoodoo and demanded another chanco; which was granted. i Billy and His Dog Billy Papke had quite an experience Jin carrying dogs abroad. Billy has a fine Boston bull, and be thinks it, is the whole show, next to his bride, and j decided to take Duke around the world jwith him. Now he is sorry he did not leave Duke in the States. Wm. C. Des- mond, the well-known American actor, who is going to Australia with his ,wife I (who by the way. is a sister of Xancc! is on the same boat as Papke.] He had his famous English bull Togo! in his care for Kangarooland. but dis.! j covered that, on .arrival there dogs' must remain in quarantine six months. It cost each to ship the dogs, and nJore to care and feed them, and an Desmond and Papke, ,with hands up- said "Never At'Victoria. B. C., a number of the Boys, including Judge Kelly. Wm. F. Corbett, the Australian writer, and Ed. TT. brother of the famous trick cyclist. Charlie Kilpatrick, left the steamer and wandered ap town. In one of the hotel bars an -old Irish- man inquired of .Mr. Corbett as to who the man was. pointing at Kelly. "Whs that is Kelly, the began Cor- bett. "Kelly. said the Irish- man, "why. ill at don't signify anything. Sure, I know IOTS of Kellys." A .corps of Australian cadets who have lust been on a tour around the world, were aboard, and had Ciabby. Bronson and Thompson teaching how to box. One of the lads made a bold ask what had happened to, Cy> clone's ears (which are. very much cauliflower.) and Ciabby was there with the story that Johnny was a farm, er and got them from sleeping on miik ns- T. 3. Andrews. A RARE MUSICAL ATTRACTION other each to ship them back tc. I San Francisco from Honolulu. Both DIAMOND KINGS No department in our "busi- ness sterns to Increase so rapidly as the "Diamond De- partment." Close prices, lowest repre- sentations make this only pos- .sible. Each stone is critically examined before mounted, ..Our special and Solitaire is good value. Drop in and we will be pleased to show you any thins you may wish to see. -E.A.EWBRT JEWELER, Round St. That clever organization of youthful talent, the Juvenile Bostonians, will be one of the principal attractions of i the-present season and in their newly tound stars (he doting public will find much to marvel at and enjoy. Since its beginning this company of tots has steadily advanced in merit and ac- complishments and at the present time it is beyond a doubt the premier juvenile company of America.s -Musical -numbers and clever danc- ing'features are handled by the tots with marvelous insight into stage technique, giving performances wrich rival in completeness the best work of acTult players whose lives have 'Oeen devoted to acquiring knowledge of me stage. The scenery and costumes this sea- son are more elaborate than ever be- tore and the entire production of "The -Rose of Blan'deen" will rival any thing -in the-musical comedy line seen in this vicinity for many seasons. At the Majestic Friday and Satur- day of this week. HOTEL ARRIVALS Dr. Emma F. A. Drake, Col; F. W.. Shannon, Fredericktown, Mo.; ..Jas. Grandy, montoni; R. J. Coloman, F. T- Wright Calgary; 'H. E. Spring Coulee; P. A., ling; R. E. Hills, Toronto; A. (Christie and wife, Diamond City; J. Ai.'McCullpdi, Cal- garyi; E. E. iGrassy Lake; H. 0. Fiusimmons, Calianr; -h F. Mendenhail, A. Blatall, John Henderson, Medicine J." G. Shearer, Toronto; 0. W. Cal- gary; Howard Babcock, Sisseton, G. Butler, CctUdale; J. Ft. Spokane; L. Buttertieid, E. -W. BirV terfield, A. B. A J. R. MiUigan, Purple Springs.: Cb'aunctiy C..le-: an Fredericton, N.B.; Jessie JaprTa- ber; T. G. Shannon, Kipp; J. Wen- er, Montreal; G.T H." Jones', C. A. DCS Moines, !a-f. G: H. Moselane. NTew pay K Hughes and wife, .Salt Lake. City; E. C. Toronto; D. p. Ander- son" and wife, Wyclifis; David McKee, Toronto; J. Gould, Winnipeg; Richards and wife, Buvfce; C... "TFL Wickson, EIko, B." C.; G. Stewart, Maclebd; AV. G. Anderson, G-ranum. R. -E.'Brcoks, Montreal; Miss ,E. Pullaman. Bow IslamJi; A. Bonners Ferry, Wa.t; L. Mac- lean, W. S; Cooper, Gafgary; Thomas- Dudley, Strathmore.. 5 A. Saska- John Richards, Rdckland, Harry Hartwell, -Lc Roy, N.Y. W. PirHaraman, New-Dayton; .John Shaw, High, Rivcri F.- Marshall, garyr, P.. C. N.. McPhedran, ...WV- Grantr, High River: Stirling; J.. Setgle, Michel; Peter '.-Smithmott, Grassy Lake; G.. Jdin- '.High 'Riv- A. T. "Witts, Allen; Bacons; Miss McDonald, Root. Easton an-d', wife, H.'- Lucke, Calgary. Proulyr -Losf iake C. S.werdfeger, ...Chas Ricktik, Swift- Current; i. John' Caughey, J.1 Webster', C. Cheesman, IN Heartburn, and Other Stomach V Misery 'Vanisli: If what you just ate your stomach or lies like a. lirmp of, refusing to digest; or you 'belch gas and eructate sour, undigested1 food, or have a feeling of Heartburn, Fullness, bad. taste .in. mouth and ..stomach is indigestion. :'..i-yCJ. A full ease of rape's Diapepsin costs" only 50 cents and" will thoroughlyjcure; your out-of-order stomach, sufficient about the house'in one else in the family may stomach trouble or' indigestion. Ask'your ipharmacist to the formula plainly printed on; .these 50-cent cases, then: you willV under-, stand why Dyspeptic trouble, pi .ail'-, kinds must go, and why they ..usually' relieve, sour, out-of-order stomachs in, five mini? tes. is harmless, tastes each dose con tains; power cient to digest'and prepare lation'into the; blood all the food: ybii eat; besides 'it makes you go. to "the i table. with, a. healthy.' -will -please you is will f eel-that your .stomach tines are'- clean and not need to resort.to laxatives otlifer'., pills for This city will have .many Diap'ejbsin.': but you, will.be cranky: this, splendid stomach. try aJittl Gastritis or any "other this ever rid yourself: of -and A CLEVER Glasgow wHiea ye're staunin' here, ye Vail 'see'.tke-: streets rtnniir in a' directions. Ji'airiburgli. X. trying to escape., ye see1.-; ane o it ir-iead -ye ,oot IJoarseaess in; .-a Chilli to croup Is a sure of the ap proacli of the disease. If Cham.berlain'3 Remedy is given after "-the croupy cougti has. .appeared it.will prevent the ao--poison. Sold- all -druggists." GEO. for Out, Flowers; 'B oses, Caf nations, Ia-Iy'of the, I Valley And all other-jFJqwers' in sea- son. Funeral" Wed- Bouquets- and- Plants "of- all kinds rent Free delivery to-all .parts of the city. GEO.TAYLOB FLORIST Corner Bartletc and London Road; Phone 675. P. 0. Box 1353. ROSE (PATSY) HENRY As White Pete in "Tke Ransom" with the JUV- ENILE BOSTONIANS; MAJESTIC THEATRE Samuel Griffith, Owner. Harry Cleveland. Manager. -TWO NIGHTS- OCT. 7 AND SATURDAY THE FAMOUS JUVENILE With HENRY and 20 Other Clever Girl Artists 20 IN MUSICAL COMEDY COMIC OPERA FRIDAY NIGHT and SATURDAY MATINEE, the tuneful musical comedy "THE RANSOM" SATURDAY -WGHT the Charming Irish "THF ROSF OF RI ANDFFN" 1 1 ll-J EVERY ARTIST A GIRL EVERY GISL. AN ARTIST 50c; Children 25c (not reserved) SALE OF SEAT5 WEDNESDAY-AT RED CROSS DRUG STORE ;