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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHtfRIDGf DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER ft, INI. PAGE FIVE f The men's store, where you get the big worth "M Does the saving of money mean any- thing to you f If so, do not overlook the following exceptional values we are offering in men's wear for Thanksgiving. Our stock has never been quite as good as it is now. Whenever possible to buy better for cash we have taken advantage of the opportunity, conse- quently our values are better. We aim at- giving the best goods able at the best price. Quality is always our first con- sideration. We ask you to compare values. MEN'S SUITS Not to Be at the price SINGLE DOUBLED BREAST- ED TWEED Special MEN3 SU, FANCY WORSTED AND Any style, finish- eoV to measure. Price and e. Tailored Suits in Tweeds and Fancy" .all new.. shadow effects finished to 'measure. Prices to MEN'S OVERCOATS Worth More Money than They Are Priced MEN'S BLACK, BLUE BROWN BEAY1R of trimmings throughout. Price MEN'S TWEED OVERCOATS with all the newest style collars, etc. Prices to IT'S A LUCKT..CHANCE these RACCOON COATS AT THE BEST VALUES we have ever had to offer. 'Special....... .MENJS JURLINEDt OVERCOATS. Our' prices to MEjNT3S BOX CALF BALS. SHOES. Price, KEJNT3S YELOTIR SHOES. Price MEN'S TTOF KID Price CALJ1 BALS. BALS. SHOES. AMHERST SHOES for the working man and Congressj guar- anteed solid leatlief. Prices run at to UNDERWEAR unshrinkable" under- wear. Bed label. Per suit MEN'S HEAVY BIBBED UNDER- 1 wool. Price suit ALL WOOL FLEECE Price 50c .'NATURAL WOOL underwear. All sizes. Price ____ S CASHMEBE HALF HOSE. Prices .17 1-2c to 50c MEN'S NATURAL WOOL HALF 5 pair for MEN'S GAPS for Fall and Winter. Prices 50c to .50 SPECIAL IN NEGLIGEE SHIBTS, all the newest patterns. The prices are lT5c to .MEN'S run 75c to SWEATEBS, coat style, etc. Prices run to i The Art Tailoring LINED CO ATS. Prices run at. to MITTS AND GLOVES. .25c to McKelvie McGwire Only exclusive men's store in Lethbridge SPORTS Ray Ewry, of the New York Ath- Club, von the standing broad jump event at the'A. A. V. national indoor championship' contests "at! New York with a: record of 11 f eet ,'j J Piatt Adams, also of the N. Y. A. C.. wab second with 10 feet 7 1-2 inches, and Martra J. Sheridan, third, with 10 feet 6 inches. FOOTBALL ON MONDAY Sons of England and Foresters Will Decide Holders of Wright Crarity Shield The delayed replay of the final tie in the Wright Charity Shield will be pulled off on the' afternoon of Thanks- giving Day, when the last, and pro- bably one ofr the fastest games of the season will be witnessed. The Sons of England will put on practically the same team which has done them such good-service through the season, while the Foresters will stand by the team .which on Labor Day 'was such a surprise to the Eng- lishmen as well as their own sup- porters. That will result is not questioned for a minute, so it is up to followers of the game to lineup on Monday and root'for their fancies, and also to drop their mite xoq aua The teams -will dress in the Bal- moral Hotel ;at 1.45-p.m. atid Avill line'up as follows: S. 0. goal; Weils and Farris, '-Ghtswick and Firth, half-backs; Faunch, Holberton, Barber and Joyce forwards. A. 0. goal; Wellington and Hooker MacMillan Turner or and "Wallis, half- backs; Rudd, Fair-brother, Bartholo- mew, Doe and.Goucher, forwards. Out of, respect to the memory of Brother Ross, of Calgary, late D. C. R.'of the order, }vho accidentally poi- soned himself, the Foresters will play with black bands on arm. Kick-off at 2 p.m. under Referee Tabrum, and it is to be a fight' to the 'Callies Go To .Taber In response to a request from Ta- ber Football Club the Caledonians will at Taber on Monday. Shields To Be Presented The City Football "Executive met last night and decided to hold a smoking concert on Saturday; Novem ber 13th, when the Buchanan and Wright Shields will be presented to .the winners.- An effort will be made to get the Hon. W. A. -Buchanan and R. -A... Wright to make the presenta- tions. Why It Pays You to V' Buy Your Shoes at GERMANS He's had sixteen years'experience at Shoe- making. That's why he can give you a better shoe than you can get elsewhere ONE PRJCE AND THAT THE LOWEST See our Shoes, compare our .prices. If not satisfied don't buy. HERE'S VALUES YOU WONT FIND AT OTHER STORES LADIES FINE SHOES, from UADIES3 OXFORDS, from up GENTS' FINE AND MEDIUM SHOES, from up to ABSOLUTELY THE LARGEST AND BEST stock of Workmen's shoes, in Southern Alberta. Prices from up F. GERMAN i Next Imperial Bank THE SHOEMAN -H-M I I PRESIDENT MURPHY FAVORS LONGER SEASON Oct. Mur- phy, of the Cubs has put himself on record as favoring, a longer season of baseball. .The present season oM54 games begins April 15, and first week in October, while the play- ers'are xmder contract from Apri, 15 to October 15. "I can't say just how many-games 1 would said, "but it seems to me, tnat the season ought to be extended to cover the players' contracts." Smoke "Duke's manufac- tured by H. J. Leth- bridge. 260-6 PRIZEFIGHTER ARRESTED- Chicago, Oct. Forbes, -the" former prize fighter and his brother Lawrence Forbes, arrested terday on by the federal grand.jury of Omaha in conf nection with, .a swindle in the operation of alleged fake races, were unable to give bail of .each, aftsr thi'i.- urrai-nnuint before Gommissioner Foote, and they will be returned'to Omahn for. trial. Forbes at one time AVAS a'- claimant..for the featherweight' championship. LACROSSE PLAYER DEAD Montreal, Oct. occurred at Verdun insane asylum today of T. Moore, well known coach of the Sham- rock lacrosse club and for many years a prominent player. ASSELIN NOT-GUILTY Oct. upon in- structions. Justice Archibault, the jury in the criminal court morn- returned, verdict of not, guilty against Oliver Asselin, editor 6 fN the jSTationaliste, who was accused of pub- lishing defamatory libel against Hon.' Jean Prevost, because of the lattef's failure to appear against the adcused 'having gone .to 'northern part of the province on a lecturiing tour. This wa? Asselin's second appearance in cour: London, Orii, Oct. Soutn- western Traction (Railwayv ,was sold today to Jas. E. McDougall--of Lou-, dot Stock Company for ex- clusive of lien or ail told Tor. 7. -JOHNSON'S MANAGER IS QUITE .CONRIDENT San Francisco, Oct. can make his own terms in a bout- with -Johnson. AH we want to do is to show that Jack is the better man." This was the statement made yes- terday by George Little, manager of Johnson, who will depart for the cast I today and meet Jeffries. was arrested again yesterday. Jist j before the parade one of tions of Portola week, was scheduled j to march down Market Street, the j colored boxer whirled into sight in an j ai'tomobilc and drove down the street i at a high rate of speed. A police- i man jumped on the side-S'tep of the I car as it slowed up at a crossing and i informed the occupants that they! were under arrest for speeding. i JEFFRIES SAYS HE IS IN GOOD SHAPE j New York, 'Oct. steamer j Lusitania, on which James J. Jeff- ries, the pugilist, and T. P. O'Con- nor, the Irish, parliamentary leader are -passengers, left quarantine, for her -dock at 7.10 a.m. today. Jeff- ries said he would fight" Jack John- son and had no doubt at all of win- ning. Replying to a Jeff- ries said he did not take, r.nich stock in the Johnson-Ketchell .and ev- idently considered Kctchell outclass- ed. "I am rea-dy to fight Johnson said Jeffries. "My con- dition is tip-top. I want to sign articles right away and end thig mat- ter." Jeffries never looked better. He weighs 225 pounds. CONK- West Reddhig, Conn., Oct. the drawing room of Stormfield, the country home of Mark Twain, amid decorations of evergreens, autumn leaves and roses, the American v hum- orist's daughter, Clara Clem- ents, was married to Mr. Ossip Gab- rilowitsch, a well known Russian pi- anist. Present as guests were forty men and women, well known in so- ciety, .artistic literary -circles, principally of New York City. The father of the bride was a picturesque figure in the scarlet cap and gown he wore when Oxford "conferred on him the degree of doctor of litera- ture. After the.ceremony he changed to a. suit' 6f white" flannel. With cnaracteristic' origir.ajity Mr. Clemens interviewed himself in ad- vnnce OP. tha wedding, on marriage in general, the identity and charac- teristics of his .guests, his own health and other subjects having little or nothing to do with the case, and handed a copy to those who asked, giving as a reason that he wished to "avoid any delays at tne wedding." it he revealed a bit of romance in connection with.his daughter's en- gagement. He said it nad been brok- en twice. Recently the pianist has been recovering from, a severe op- eration at the Clemens country home. During .that time the engagement was renewed and today's wedding fol- lowed. ;