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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LITHBRIDQI DAILY HtRALD, FRIDAY, UPTEMtCRl, PAOI COME ON AND C -x The Greatest Display of Men and Boys' Suits Ever Shown in Lethbridge Clothing of 'Quality is the Only Kind you Can. Get at MACLEOD BRO This is really our First Opening. In fact we have everything a Man or BOy Wears. 'The Road Of Low Prices Leads Straight to Our Opened To-day Ten cases up-to-the- minute Clothing Overcoats, Fur-Lined Coats, Fur Coats Men and B.oys' Pants 6 cases Men's Shoes 2. cases Coat Sweaters and Roll Collar, as- sorted colors At Prices to Please and buy your IE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST Specials for This Week MEN'S SUITS A regular suit sale price A regular suit sale price A regular to suit, sale price 1.O O1 The New; Styles are Here. New Fall Derby, New Fall Soft Hats. JOHN B. STETSON We Show all the Latest and Blocks A SNAP IN LINEN HATS, Regular 75c., 85c.? and :M Sale Price 50c. LET. US CROWN YOU THIS FALL HER BREATH CAME IN LITTLE PANTS w v Boys' K nicker Pants at ,0 75c, Climbing trees is tamei exer- cise for some boys, these knicks have been prepared especially for such strains. BOYS' CLOTHING IN NORFOLKS AND. PLAIN, 2-PIECE 3-PIECE, FROM to IN TIES SHOES TO CLEAR Silk" stripe, assorted colors, crotchet, The balance of OXBLOOD OXFORDS, all sizes, regular regular 50c., sale price 20c. We offering the biggest snap 50c. Ties ever offered in the Great West, regular 75c. and quality, Price to clear Sale Price 50c. .Opened this week 6 cases SHOES in Black, Tan and Patent, Prices and Ties that please the classes and ties that j Drop in and look them over, also look our FALL OVERCOATS please the lasses. over. WHEN THE CHILIS if Fill ARE PUYii TUG UP M DOWN 5P1L CCLOMN OliOP IK fcT owns 816 to 818 Allan Block, 1st St., E. CALGARY Phone 444 P.O. Box 1352 Barnsley Block, Crabb Street, LETHBRIDGE The Great Clothiers of the Great West SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS GREAT BATTLE TO COME OFF i When Ketchel! and Langford Come Together in New York i There should be a world of fighting j when Stanley Ketchfll and Sam Lang j ford come together in a 10-round bout, i in New York, September 10. This a battle that the talent has long been anxious to see, as it will decide' once and for al-P the question of who j is entitled to hold the. middleweight' Ketshell is on the] records as holder vi the title, but j there has always, been a cloud on his j right to it, because- of his failure to; take on the demon Boston negro. Now j that Stanley has signified his inten-] tion of meeting- the dreaded black man the whole situation should be J cleared. The'bout is a rather short one, but such heavy hitters as j Ketchel and Langford can do great, execution in 10 rounds. If both men. enter the ring in first J class shape a bout that will stand out in the history ui the middle-- weights should result1, iangford has, a reputation as a -terrific has made, many an opponent wilt by simply head, catch j ing his opponent's blows on top of t his crown, and rushing in, walloping j his antagonist around the ribs. Ket- j chel on the contrary, has generally' How To Get Strong opened his bouts by trying to get one jdlfliculty decisive smash over his opponent's "It is within the reach of every to hecomo strong and healthy If ho will onlv realize with what little- tius can he done.'' -rK statement mane toy oammy jaw. He knocked down Billy Papke Vpen> lhs strong man. "Naturally a j.1__i 4r-> 1T1 TC _ _ man must exercise, but that does not that way in two of their meetings al- most as they came to the centre of mean tbat he iriust eo to a the ring. Whether this blow will ;um sw-mT himself around every prove effective against Langford re- daj._ mains to be seen. Contradictory re-jan hour each t] ,v aDd exercise. Walk ports "have come from California as an'd garding Ketchel's training. It is al- Breath, clear to the depths of your leged in some quarters that he has jn fact. work every muscle of not been undergoing a very faithful jyour j-ody in this way This must course of preparation. Certain it is mot be done todav and tomorrow and that he has not been in any dropped. coming east for such an important'____________________--------------------- battle. He has delayed his departure! until the last possible minute. _ J -A HARD WORKING PLAYER George Gtbscn Has Caught Nearly Every One of Ptttsburg looks like a winner in the National .League.'. The Pirates .are putting -up a great-game of ball and are deserving o WAGNER CLINGS TO LEAD How the National League Batters Are Biffing the PHI Although he has not been hitting at as fast a gait as earlier :n the sea- son still tops the Na- tional league batters. His team -fthe high position they occupy in the race today. Chi- j Hyatt, has done much fine- cage, may beat Clarke's, men in .ihe j pinch letting for the Pirates and final run" for the flag, but the basejraaks to the (airman swat ball wiseacres concede that, they will tmf >pm Jordan has eminently- have to do some tall travelling totrespcct MP averaco of .316 even do it." New York is almost too -far j though wallow in behind to cut a figure in the race miTo. }fil-e'Mitchell, of Cincinat-, now. The Giants have put up a won- ti a [ormer yew York state leaguer, derf'ul game at times-this }ias 3j4i Cy Seymour, who led the have fallen "down at critical jtmctur-1 Rational League batsmen a few years cs. jag0i km AVi10 jltls done much shigg Pittsburs owes noi V litue of its j ing he was bought by the Giants success has met with this season I for 510.000 has b.-ui battinc? like a to George 'Gibson. star- catcher. J SonJ 3aU-ly and now has a .mark of Gibson is the hardest working .catch-, 310 of PhiladiIphii; Boy. er in the National League.. He has of Boston, Heinle Zim- caught in every game Pittsburg has j merman, of Chicago and Al. Hob- played this season with but a couple litzel, of Cincixmatti complete the of exceptions. Last season he_ acted j :300 list. s backstop in 140 games, more ray otherv league catcher, Gibson is not only a star behind the. bat -but is a sood hitter and his batting has also cut something of a figure in Pitts burg's success. Gibson hails from Orit. Dishonest Association HOW PLAYGROUNDS PAY IN AMERICAN CITIES -Carefully snow a comparative lessening of 28 per cent, in juvenile convictions within the half mile radius of Chicago's South Park playgrounds. "A'ny poljceman with experience before and after a playground- was started, will testify to a similar effect. "And these Chicago playgrounds, J the most expensive in the world, cost I for the establishment, and 23 cents a year for maintainence to aj man taxed on Fifty-seven out of one hundred of; the largest American cities have pub-i He The total number, of such playgrounds in the American cities in 1007 was and the total, acreage is 709, that the average j was less than one acre. j Oi: the'57 cities playgrounds, 5G have them in the last five vvars. Tin- huge sum of hasj boon .spent on public playgrounds to} date, and the aggregate cost of main-i taincncc is In uventy-feevi'in cities the play- grounds are supported from the civic funds'; in nino they are supported by private and in eleven cities by bom private and civic funds. Playgrounds arc- just beginning to bo introduCvH.1 into some of thft cities of France. "Wliat honest man would think: of' associating with dis- honest even for one hour- every day. Yet think of the men who associate with dishonest clothing for two-thirds of their lives I Be honest with well as with others. Wear clothing that is honestly that gives you honest value for your honestly earned money. "Wear 32 The Yale Athletic Association is to construct a monster stadium that will seat 60.000 people. It will sur- pass in cast and seat ing capacity any stadium in the coun try. i'he Ynlc Association has some- j thing like laid by for the j construction of the proposed amphi- theatre. "aihretf and bf ft. Vintberg Co. Limited', Sold with a Guarantee by McKELVIE McGUIRC ;