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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HfRALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, INI. 7 Hello! Do you know that we can show you a larger of better values in fill SUITS an than yqu ever see at any other store the citv in Over 700 Men's Fall Suits and Overcoats placed in stock within the last four weeks, and 'mariy more on the way We handle nothing but the best makes in Can- Jno. North way; Progress Brand, Etc, Special in ,Lens blue serge suits, single or double breasted blues and blacks. Finish- ed to measure. Price Tweeds and Worsted Suits, fall styles. Price........................... values in Tweed Suits at Mt-Hefcrm tailor made suits in ;inH .............M'. 518.00 tailor made suits ia ImpM-ji-J Tweeds and Worsteds. Prices i Jno. tailor made suits. 3-4 box overcoats in grey and black cheviots. Price Men's 3-4 box cravenette overcoats in greys, fa green shades. Men's cravenette raincoats. Prices and Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbrick e 1 Plucky Young Woman 2 Antique Wardrobe In the evening, by the inoonliiiht, clear LOUJSO PFUOE.3 !5c AND 25c Wilson Wilson In ;i Big Musical Comedy Act The Thatens in a new sketch en- titled A Happy Little Teddy, everybody's pel SPORTS SHUT EACH AB R H 0 A B Donovan, if........4 0 1 0 0 0 Baker, cf............4 0 1 1 0 1 2 4 0 i Smith, 3b. 3 0 0 3 3 0 jSheehan, e.........400620 JGouchee, rf.........4 0 2 0' 0 0 Stiindridge, lb......3 0 0 12 2 1 Miller, ss............3 00 3 4 1 j Grist, p. ............3 G 0 01 0 32 0 5 27 le 2 i Score by Innings: Lethbridee 112 101 000000000-0 ill I I r J I Summary: 3 base bits, Chick, Jack 1 J. A J-il V W M. Corrigan Sacrifice hit, Bell. "Stolen ________ I bases, McGarry, Joe Corrigan, Cox. j Bases on Off Crist, 1; off Men- Calgary ColtSJzel, 1. Struck out by Crist 5 (Town- send 2, Menzel, Joe Corrigan, Won Afternoon [byMenzelS (Standridge, i i Double plays, ;Menzel to Townsend; McGarry to Chick to Mil- _________ ler to Standridge. Wild- piteh, Crist. iPassed Slijeehan. First on Lethbridge Took Last j errors: Lethbridge 2; Calgary 2; left .__ bases: Lethbridge 6; Calgary 6. vl" tile j Time of -game, 1.30. Attendance 100. Umpire, Shiister. Season Calgary, Sept. the farewell game as a sort of part-j ing gift to the visitors.. Calgary said good bye to Jack Corrigan and his BASEBALL RESULTS National At Pittsburg- 0, Boston. 1. Second Pittsburg- 5, 'Boston 3. American LETTER BOX. j ,LABOR SCARCE ON G. T. P. CONSTRUCTION bor HOSPITAL SUNDAY SUGGESTION Compietion of Transcontinental Be Delayed Until 1911 Will scarce that they cannot get- ijetW 1911. bunch cf ball players last -night. In the'afternoon they defeated the! At ph .T {Philadelphia 3, Cincinnati 9.. Indians, but an the evening i oecon-d came back with a disastrous thrust, i _, _ 0. TU vt-t o T. i ii. T i Philadelphia o, Cincinnati 3. The White Sox have lound the In-, Af Brooklvn_ cbans about the .hardest in' the league Ghicaffo lf 3. and were nosed out by them in the total games, as they took only six j St. Louis 5, New York 2. of the series of 13 games leaving the j Miners with the odd. The last ser- ies was played very evenly.' In the games the score'finished, a Boslon 5- tie in inning's. In the double At game playeS on'Wednesday each WOP 6 St' Louis one and lost one, and yesterday it ''U Cleveland-First was the same. The-games yesterday were not atir- prisingly interesting. In the after- noon Calgary took to Pieh and -chas- ed him 'hard. Parkes was invincible. In the evening Crist was in good form, and on the other hand, At could do nothing with Menzel, 2. Vancouver ,1. they drove to "the woods a couple of' Western Canada days before. At Afternon Game (.Medicine Hat ........1 000 000 0 LETHBRIDGE- AB E H 0 A Edmonton 001 333 At '.Detroit- .Cleveland 1. Xew York.6. SeCorrrl New; York i. Northwestern At Aberdeen 0, Seattle 5. Edmonton. Alta., Sent. Riv- t-rs Wilson, President Grand. .Trunk Cor.n Pacific and Chas. M. Hays, gfiii-ral i manager, arrived from the Coast K .'If; .Ti.crlit. Mr. Hays there will L side of 'the street, spectators .kec-pjinr th tho side, or tiint. ;hft streets be sprinkled an hour or two previous to The time Set for ib.e Yours very truly. .capita! of been very slim. FO to pave fir.anda! los> TO both without ituiicriany eiTcctirsir the sianJinir. this conr.se has IK-.T. Mediciru- iiat folio wort. S winds the seuson witti t-erh's of four at Medicine but if they should lose t.hvm all, J whicfi is harriiy likely, they will sril! jRegina he in third with 0 of Brandon is sufficient to thr- uuj league stands, the four forfeited games V.'on Lost P. C. nr> 30 .634 fi.3 32 9 12 27 12 0 000 ftOO tlvary HO 023 Summary: Himjo run. Parkas. SJ ie-s hit, Donovan. 2 base Dono-'i 50 46 38 37 37 '42 43 4S 49 61 66 .5 hit. Stolen Connors. Smith. Base- on Paries. 5: off Pieh. 6: off i. Srniok out: By Parkes. 4; 2, Boll. by 3 Sheehan, i Double play, Millar to Connors -----j S T a n d ri d bridge The crowd which gathered in the the long looked for gajme between the S. 0. E. and waited in vain for the expected strebuou? contest. 'Five-thirty, .no Callvcs. A quarter to no Callies still, a "vague un- res: began to stir the stern e field. Six no: visible and i Iy Jio slgas of their Cf.rniii-. That, all. Sirnplv Re'trr-'-e Tab-! i K! .tainic ane jrave s to be sJiould have: tiic! suchiij by gone by had been made f Lef. on his 7-eam entirely from the 1R Charity; Shield comp-tifion Passed Lynch 2. Time of game, 1.35. At-' J 100. Umpire Shuster. final _A OF Evening Game j eel on Monday afterfepon. but should LETHBRIDGE AB R-'TI 0 A E i the Cullies request a Reconsideration Joe Corn-ran, cf. 5 1 3 0 0 0 b.v Saturday at 6 p.m.Vhe match on 1 Are you ready to buy your furniture now We great efforts to try and suit everybody, and we are surejthat we can suit you, for we furnish the house just to your taste, and we have tbe goods that satisfy. Call and see us Saturday night for sure. White Furniture Go. 324 CRABB STREET, Three Doors from the BANK OF MONTREAL Cox. If..............5 Jack Corrijran, rf. 4 Chick. 5 Lynch, c.............5 iMcGarry. 3b.......5 Bell, ss." ............3 Townsend, lb. 4 ?Jenzel. p...........3 29 I 100 OjMonday.will be a MendTxy game 2 2 3 1 O The Sons of C.'heW Shoe Department We are offering- great bargains in this department as must make room for Footwear. Men's Solid Leather Working Shoes, per pair and Men's ;TitAvell Shoes.-'1 Regular Hen's tan calf Bluchers.- Eegular Men's patent coif Bluchers, Regular S4.50 Men's tan velonr calf patent calf and vici kid Blucher Ox- fords. Titweir' brand. Eegular for Ladies' vici kid Blucher Oxfords. Regular and for Ladies' tan calf Oxford. Eegular and at REDUCTIONS IN LADIES' VIGI BLUCHERS Regular 82.50 and for.............-----'- Ladles' Patent Gaif A good Fall Shoe. 85.00 Ghi'd's L22th9r good strong Size 5. to 7-1-2 for -..........................9sC 8 to 3.0 ]-2 for tvUsses' Bcngcia Kid 11 to II to 2 for..........'........-----'........S1-65 Yoisths' Buff or Grain Leather fine school 11, 12 and 13 The same in hoys' sizes. 1 to 5. for The above ;m> only n of the many bargains we have to offer. Gall in inspect our stock. We will give you better value than any other shoe store in the city. We not doomed. We are .here to stay. ;u: emergency night, and decided that, the had the same chance as the E. to I turn out, and gave RO reasonable 0 excuse, and therefore they, S i "t 01351 O'l 2 O'O 1 2220 th 0036 0 1 13 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0. E. justified in acceptiyig the 6 12 "27 16 2 game. v EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK 1 INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banfeinjr business transacted Acconnts of Mer- chants and Fiirmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and npwarSs received and in- terest allowed at hicjhes.t current rates. Branch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Wines and Spirits Department HOT WEATHER OfiJNKS !N LAGER, ALE ETC. i (thbridge Beer -with tne Green Label, lii lot- ties or kegs. Some price as b'rewery. Beer tliot made Milwaukee famous. Bass1 great tonic and appetizer. original St. Louis Beer. Cordon's Dry and Sloe Gin. Guiness' Double Extra XXX World's Best. Blackberry Brandy, Liquor and for summer sickness. When your physician prescribes a stimulant, get the best. 'S BAY CO. ;