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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rilURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1918 THE LETHJ3RIDGE DAILT: IIERAILP_ PAGE SEVEN THE LAST DAYS Men's Wear at Less than Manufacturer's Prices Yes! It's a fact. A few more days will see the end of my buaincss career in Loth-bridge for tlie present at any rate. The suoccsg of this "Called to the Front" Sale has been phenomenal-far exceeding my expectations, and while I like to think that sentiment may have contributed a little to its success, I'm just as fully convinced that It la due entirely to the intrinsic merits of the goods I had to dispose of, and the values I offered. I Have Stai About $9,000 Worth of HIGH CLASS MEN'S WEAR to Clear at Less Than Manufacturers' Prices. Look the following list over carefully and check off your wants both for the present and the future. THEN BUY! POSITIVELY, IT'S A CHANCE YOU WON'T MEET WITH AGAIN. StockupNow For Future Needs At Half the Price You'll Pay Later On MEN'S SUITS BATH ROBES FOOTWEAR All one brand-THE BEST-The "20th Century." $25.00 Suits $27.50 Suits $30.00 Suits $32.50 Suits $35.00 Suits $37.50 Suits $40.00 Suits $45.00 Suits $50.00 Suits $55.00 Suits $60.00 Suits for-----.. $16.95 for......$17.85 for......$20.30 for......$21.75 for......$22.50 for......$24.05 for......$26.15 for......$30.30 for......$33.40 for......$37.60 for......$41.60 Beautifully .soft and warm, in smart colorings. $16.50 Bath Rohes JQ SMOKING JACKETS In very smart designs and colorings. S13.00 Lounge .Tackels, y 0Q SWEATERS In both coat gtyle and "pnll-over.=5." Don't miss this chance for they are all to go at 50% LESS than the present wholesale prices. �hisi :l few of the f.elchratecl ".lust \Vvi^;hC' shoes, regular up to ?12.00. All (ine price, pair .......... 6.95 SUIT CASES AND CLUB BAGS AT 40% LESS THAN PRESENT WHOLESALE PRICES HEAVY WORK SOCKS !)i Kiny wool yarns, both plain and ribbed 111 fill'; les.s than their regular value. Prices nniKo from 3 pairs for 50c to 70c pair OVERCOATS All one brand-THE BEST-"20th Century." ULSTER OVERCOATS with either notch or shawl collars, halt belted. All wool. $20.00 Overcoats for . .. $13.50 $25.00 Overcoats for . .. $15.65 $30.00 Overcoats for . .. $17.75 $32.50 Overcoats for ... $19.80 $37.50 Overcoats for ... $24.50 2 only Black Beaver Cloth Overcoats with fur collar. ' 1 only, $35.00 for.....$22.15 1 only, $40.00 for.....$25.55 MACKINAWS In grey, brown, and red broken checks. $9.00 Mackinaws for ... $5.15 $12.00 Mackinaws for ... $7.10 $15.00 Mackinaws for .. $9.80 ODD PANTS Including tine BngllsU worsteds as well as heavy Hewson tweeds, ranging up to $10.00 t>air. All one price, Q AC pair............................. O.UO HATS AND CAPS The "G. B," Borsalino Hat in all shades. $7.50 quality ^ The "Revlis Samoht" hat in all colors. $5.50 quality, Q fiC for .............................. O.OO The "Moorn" Vlat. English manufacture. Ail colors. ?5.00 quality, for.......................... 3.35 "COOPER" AND "EASTERN" CAPS Both for fall and .winter wear. All the latest patterns in tweed check, etc., also heavers in blacli and brown, and an all leather cap of very superior quality. $1.50 Caps for..........90c $2.00 Caps for.........$1.20 $2.50 Caps for.........$1.70 $3.00 Caps for.........$2.05 $3.50 Caps for..........$2.30 UNDERWEAR For spring, ' for summer, for fall, for winter. Both 2-piece and conibinatioii.s. Stock up now for future needs at HALF THE PRICE Yoii will pay for them next season. $1.50 Garments for ..., $1.05 $2.50 Garments for .... $1.65 $3.00 Garments for ... $1.95 $4.00 Garments for .... $2.55 $5.00 Garments for .... $3.35 $6.50 Garments for .... $4.15 FINE HALF HOSE 111 lislo. silk lisle, pine silk, cashmeres lilai.l; wool ribbed, etc. 25c Sox for............ 18c 35c Sox for............ 23c 50c Sox for............ 33c 65c Sox for............. 41c 75c Sox for............. 46c 85c Sox for............. 53c $1.00 Sox for........... 69c FINE SHIRTS BELOW MANUF/^CTURERS' PRICES AW cut with the "Manhattan slope and ot tlie vf'ry smartest designs and materials. $1.50 Shirts for..........95c $2.00 Shirts for........$1.35 $2.50 Shirts for........$1.75 $3.50 Shirts for . .:.....$2.25 SILK SHIRTS In the most beautiful and e.vclusive de-sigm. $5.00 Silk Shirts for .... $3.25 $6.50 Silk Shirts for .... $4.45 $8.00 Silk Shirts for .... $5.55 $10.00 Silk Shirts for .. . $6.70 $12.00 Silk Shirts for... $8.15 "OLUS" SHIRTS .lust a few ilozen of this celebrated brand in both white and fancy designs. The regular price is $3.25, I shall clear | "jr/v at, each .......................... l�fU WORK SHIRTS I have these in all makes, from black sateens to medium and heavy wool. I shall clear ut than cost. 70c to $1.70 each COLLARS ALL LINEN collars in all the fashionable shapes. Also soft collars compri.siug the newest materials, designs and colorings. Regular 25c each. To clear at 2 for 25c A few dozen "BATWING" Tien. Perfectly new goods, and very smart. 50c Quality for..........35c 75c Quality for..........50c MEN'S BRACES For every purpose-from heavy work braces to those for dressy wear, 50c Braces for..........35c 75c'Braces for...........55c $1.00 Braces for.........65c $1.50 Braces for....... $1.00 MOTOR GAUNTLETS Either black or tan-lined or unlined.. Much less than cost price. for $2.50 and $3.00 pair WORK GLOVES To be cleared at the original wholesale price, which means about at half the present day values. Prom 70c to $1.70 pair BARBER'S COATS AND COOK'S CAPS Coats $2.50 for....... $1.65 Caps 3Sc for............25c ^-W. B. Kester's *Called-to-the-Front' Small Crowd Saw Boston Win First Game of Series Comiskey, Park, Sept. 5.-Only a corporal's guard of former world,aeries crowds was on hand to see the Chicago Nationals and Boston Americans open the 1018 baseball classic lipre today. Halt an hour before ^che dulcd time for the call of "play ball,' the bleachers held scarcely 6 per cent ot their capacity and the left hand pa vUion. was only half tilled. The right field pavilion had attracted less than . 200 tans and the grand stand patrons, ' always slow to assemble, were in. evidence only in a scattered section. The umpires were assigned as follows: Balls and strikes, O'Day; first base,^ Hildobrand; second base, Klem; third base, Owens. First Inning Boston-Hooper was cheered as he walked to the plate. Vaughn's first pitch was a strike. Hooper bumped tiie second of.fering down the first base line and was out, Morkle to Vaughn. Shean took two strikes and then dropped a Texas leaguer in right field. Strunk forced Shean, Deal to PloU, the Oliicago soeond play on a fumble. .Stnmk tried to go down on a short passed ball and was thrown out, Kil-lifer to Hollocber. No runs, one,hit, no errors. Chicago-Flack fanned, the third strike being called when it. shot over jUx6 outside corner, shoulder hleh. Uo:rouuded out^. Sheau to] Mclnuis. Vauglin also drew a patter of applause from the fans, lie fouled out to Agnew. No runs, no hits, no erros. Third Inning Boatou-Agnew waited till the call was throe bails and two strikes and then fouled out to Kiilifer. Ruth was cheered when he came up. He drove a hard liner to center. Paskert stumbled but recovered quickly and caught the ball. Hooper caught a curve' on the end of his bat and drove it safely to left. Hooper went out stealing, Kiilifer to Hoilocher. No runs, one hit, no errors. , Chicago-Flack singled to short centre, the hit dropping between Shoan and Strunk. Hoilocher acrificed," Thomas to Mclnnis, the veteran first baseman making a good .catch of a wide throw. Flack went to second on the play. Maun grounded out, Shean to Mclnnis, Flack taking third. Paskert grounded out, Scott to Mclnnes. No runs, one hit, no errors. Fourth Innings Boston-Vaughn lost control and passed Shean. Strunk bunted a pop fly to Vaughn. Shean scored on Mclnnis' hard single to loft. Whiteman made his second hit, a drive which just cleared Holloeher's mitt. Mcinuea went to third, >Vhlteman moving to second. Scott bunted a jiop fly which Deal caught on the run. Thomas tanned, swinging heavily at the third strike, run. two hits, no errors. Ohlcago-Merkle drove a high fly to Hooper. Pick fanned, offering weakly at the third strike which was low and wide. Deal put up a high fly which Hoo;)or had nr Ci" .> .;. ^ > .> .> .> r. FOCH ?  , . k* �:*��*�  ft Grave-eyed Ue looks at us from printed page, His face lean, worn and lined, Intent, grim, sage. Most soldierly yet with the thinker's brow-Soldier of France and our great leader aowl Not with the Prussian War Lord's brj#- tling mien, No air of pomp or prestige; seren* Hnchanging confidence is his wbo^e might Springs ti-om the sacred wnse of b^ ing right! No flow of windy words, no pageantry Ot arrogance and prld^; the dignity Ot one whose plans spell victory, y�t know. A code of honor to a perjured tcf^ i The son of a Republic, born to b* Its saving, selfless "man of Destiny"; Strong iji retreat, yet stronger in advance, The brain, the hope, the driving Will of France! Oraveeyed and sad he looks, as one whose part. To wear the scars ot battle o'er, hjs .heart. - . The yyduuds of Fi-ance are his-^her griet sublime. And her untarnished glory for A)t Time! -Elizabeth Newport Hepbur*,/ ^ j 75 ;