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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, October Ever Heralded to the People of Lethbridge IGHTS STOCK More Jewelry than in all the combined Jewelry Stores in Lethbridge put together., Oh! that we had room A thousand a month for a store that would display this R. A. Wright Jewelry Stock. CHAMPION--CHAMPION--HatS Off To CHAMPION Ever hear tell of Champion. No-Yes-Well Champion is straight from the east, where wisdom comes from-is bald-headed-- put this down--has blue eyes-is very oily' describes him-has hair on his in' his auction but doesn't; like other men from the a more excellent all about Watches, clocks andrjeweiry Hell tell you whether your stone is a phony of forgotten more about Jewelry Sales; conducted more Jewelry Sales; Jewelry Sales in Canada, United States and Great Britain is his Champion Will Sell of the Wright Jewel ry Stock in 60 Days Watch His Right Eye-His Left Hand-See Him Sell Wright's Stock at Watch Champion 50c, Wednesday, October 28th Is The Starter Look for the Bald-head on the in- side. He's the "Champion" that puts the price an..the Wright Stock It's a peculiar of it; Diamond Stock tied up in Watches alone A Cut Glass layout totaling Solid Gold stock approximately Silverware Stock Flat Silverware assortment stock of Rings Fancy China in Daulton and Crown Derby and Bohemian Glass Stock of Leather Goods stock of Clocks stock Umbrellas and Canes in Souvenir promiscuous jewelry "Champion3' orders the store open even- ings throughout the sale rr.g- TI. 75c Un 1 he R. A. .WRIGHT'S STORE NOW THE LATEST 7 JEWELRY NOVELTIES Six Weeks in the East "among the porters and Largest Manufarv Jewelers and Silversmiths Store and Stock 'Reflects a 5u.. Time Well Spent. vvnen one enters the jevrelry store of R. A. Wrignr, who started in busi- ness here thirteen years ago., in '98, and sees the matchless stock carried in. this 'palatial store, "fitted with every modern fixture to display to the best advantage what he considers the fin- est, largest and rarest jewelry stock west of Winnipeg and east of tfte' coast, a stock and store that Yrcrald do credit to any city, one feels .proud of Leihbridge's premier gold and ver stoeJv. Mr. Wright left in.. July lor the spent sis weeks among tne foremost watch factories, gold and silversmiths, jobbers, wholesalers.and -commission jewelry houses, -cut-glass factories and ihe largest importers. Wniie in Montreal Mr. Wright bought diamonds and precious stones direct irom the Amsterdam cutters and from J. L. Michaels and Co., Canada's larg- est manufacturing jewelers, and also bougnt sterling silverware of the heav- iest quality. Mr. Wright visited- Pro- vidence, Rhode Island, and spent three Item From Paper clays in Theodore Foster's, the great- est gold and silversmiths in the Unit- ed States. From there he went to York City and bought through ueo. Borgefeld and the ..largest agents in America, thousands of dollars' worth of Euro- pean novelties, purchased from Aus- German, Swiss and Prench mak- i ers, their best and most wanted lines. Buying -direct .in this-way he saved the jobbers' profits. Souvenir spoons in the newest designs were bought direct from the Viricennes Manufac- turing Co. and from Priedlebtrrg and Uodd, the silversmiths, he purchased old antique1 silver of rarest design. P. Lambert and Co., the largest dealers and importers of leather goods, ship- ped. JMr. .Wright-the largest leather goods order which ever came to Leth- Bridge. When in Toledo, Ohio, Mr. Wright made immense purchases from L.iDbey and Co.. makers .of the finest cut glass on the continent. Coming norae vig. .Chicago -Mr. Wright spent tnree days in Chicago and bought irom .Benjamin. .Allen and Co., the newest and most wanted' jewelry nov- elties. Mr. Wright's purchases -to- talled over and his store and stock reflects a buyer's time well spent The cases, the' shelves are literally packed. Mr. Wright has enough stock: to fill the entire ground-floor of the coaidale block and the StaSord-Agnew j store as well. What Would You If you had the chance to save on a purchase, you would do just -eijactiy Wright he had the same would grab it quick. That's what; Mr. Wright did -The chance was he among the big fellows in his line and the prices being so ridiculously lower than what he had been paying before'that the temptation to buy over- came the fact that he was already over- stocked with fine Jewelry. He pur- chased at prices never to be forgotten. Having sold his wholesale business two weeks ago, Wright is looking to Cham- fact everybody's looking to Champion. Champion Says Hell Turn 1 The Trick in 60 Days CHAMPION'S PRICE Chime Mantle Clocks Chime as do the Church Bells Sell for Be This is CHAMPION'S'way! 42c eac'k 200 American Alarm I suppose these clocks are .worth each if worth a cent. 100 Fountain Pens Made by Waterman Champion puts a SSO on them, but WrigM sold them for and Regular Heirs Gold Filled and Double for 'CHAMP' old boy, bully for you. I knew you had it in you. CHAMPION! 500 pairs of solid gold cuff links, worth and a pair. All at one 25 and you've cloutit CHAMPION'S PRICES on the Wright stock will surely move of the stock in 60 days. CHAMPION knows no bounds when it comes to jewelry prices; Every price will be under CHAMPION'S mailer what Wright loses CHAMPION will price Wright's stock to move Oct. 26th. on Tuesday October 25tL Won't Receive This Day CHAMPION marks S day clocks, half hour strike, oak cases, brass pendulums to THANKS TO CHAMPION, BOYS, FOR THIS ONE f 4.9Q NOW The smallest price for this 17-jeweled, 20-year gold case or hair ery patent or West, the price is 26th CHAMPION STARTS COALDALE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE "Put the 'price'on- all those wrist watches in gun-- metal and Wright .dropped a tear amf CHAMPION smiled ;