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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEn IB. lfS, LKTHBRIUGK DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVfc- WE have been doing big things in a big way to serve you better and better thisfall. Now we are ready to show you the largest and finest display of Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats that we have ever carried. Please accept this as our "Opening" announcement-and come and see the Fit-Reform styles for fall. McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE BIG BASKETBALL GAME AT VERSUS G. X. rt ______ Fans will miss a treat if they fail to appear at this evening's big basketball tilt. This is tlio flrst game of the season and should be a hum- mer. The larger the crowd the harder.the boys play, is nn undeniable fact, so let there be no excuse on the part of the audience. The boys are tak- 'Ing special interest in basket- ball this year, so give them a chance. Everybody welcome; Admission free. Game starts 'at 8.30. ENDORSE REVISION Hamilton, Sept. provincial Anglican .synod of Ontario, after a live-hour debate last evening, en- dorsed the work of the revisory of the .Common Prayer, a resolution being passed1 supporting'the action of the general synod in adopting the hook as revised, with- the exception that the synod did not accept the re- vised form of reciting the Athanas- ian creed. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston" New York PiUsburg Chicago..... St. Louis Cincinnati Won Lost I'ct. 54 .Fi'JI 77 55 .584 ss .577 .523 .487 .450 .432 .381 02 72 80' Boston Detroit'..... Chicago New York St. Louis Cleveland Washington Philadelphia AMERICAN Lost ns (10 oo 07 07 105 .571 .508 .525 .521 .504 .222 Ottawa, Sept. H. P. Borden and C. 1VL- Jlontserrat, of the .Quebec brldge'commission are in Ottawa to- day conferring with the Dominion authorities as to the reconstruction of the centre scan of the Quebec bridge Mr. Mcntserrat Is chief engineer and chairman of the commission. The two men went into conference with Sir Robert Bordcn, Hon. Frank Coch- rano and other members of the gov- ernment this morning. The nature of the conference has not been divulg- ed but it is believed that a personal report was given from the standpoint of the Quebec bridge commission, which is the government body whose duties it is to approve plans and sup- ervise the construction. It is said here that- the' work of reconstruction of the central span will .be proceeded with on.the Hon.' Major Chaplain G. W. Wood of N. E., was wounded in action. Wortman Wins In 11th. Boston, ScV- and Bos. ton battled lor innings without a score today, but in the llth Wortman broke up tlie came by singling with tlie -bases full, two runs coming In and Chicago wun, 'i to Chicago.............. 'i 8 1 Boston.............. 0 S 0 Perry and Wilson, Archer; Ragan and Gowdy. New York Still Winning New York, Sept. York won anotiier easy victory here today, defeating Cincinnati for its ninth straight victory, tlio score being lo 1. Cincinnati........... 1 7 2 New York........... 3 8 0 .Moseley and Hulm; Tesreau and Mccarty. Cheney Wins Own Game Brooklyn, Sept. won his ov.rn game today when he doubled in the ninth with two out, scoring Olson witli the run that boat tlie Pirates 3 to 2. The Pirates had tied the score in the seventh. 2 5 1 Brooklyn 3 10 0 Grimes and Wagner; Cheney and Miller. Becker't Home Run Effective Philadelphia, Sept. homo run drive with the bases filled t i the fifth inning gave St. Louis a; to 3 victory over Philadelphia here j today. The visitors knocked Mayer out in the sixth inning, Bender pre- venting further scoring. Watson was very effective in the pinches. St. Louis............ 5 ,11 4 Philadelphia.......... 3 10 1 Watson and Gonzales; Mayer, Ben der and Kllllfer. Costly Errors Lose Game St. Louis, Sept. errors by Boston, of which St. Louis took advantage, combined with timely hit- ting, enabled the locals to win lo- day'is game, 6 to 1. Plank allowed only live hits. Boston 1 5 3 St. Louis............ C 0 Shore, Jones and Cady; Plank and Rumler. "Shocker Day" Detroit, Sept. was "Shocker Day" hero today and the New York recruit, working in the presence of hundreds of amate'ir baseball follow- ers who knew him before he joined the professional ranks, defeated De- troit 4 to 2. He allowed only five hits and kept them scattered. New ..481 Detroit...... .V...... 2 5 0 Shocker and Walton; Mitchell, Ho- und and Stanngc, llukor. Chicago Nearlng Top Chicago, Sopl. gained i game on the American league lead- ers today by defeating Washington 7 to 5 wlille Detroit and Boston lost. Washington 10 1 ihicaco 7 1 :i 1 Ciiuiia, Thomas, Ayres and Henry; Faber anil Another Eaey One Cleveland, Sent. se- cured another easy victory over Phila- delphia today, winning 9 to 1. Gould was very ofCectivo. Philadelphia I Cleveland............ 6 H 1 Nahora, Shoehan and Picinich; Gould and Dcbcrry. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo Providence Toronto Baltimore .Montreal Richmond Rochester Newark Won Lost Pet. 81 73 73 73 70 03 fil 52 57 CO 64 OS 00 74 74 80 .518 .538 .5211 .515 .400 .462 .377 Styled and tailored by ex- perts. A dozen models to choose from. EXCLUSIVBAOE-NM McKELVIE 2 M' LETHBRIDGE MeQUIRI H; Montreal 4. Montreal 1. Baltlmora 7; Richmond 4. 2; Kochester 3. 1; Rochester 0. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul S; Toledo 0. Milwaukee 0; Louisville 3. Minneapolis 7; Columbus PACIFIC COAST Los Angeles 6; Salt Lake 6. Portland a; Vernou 7. San Francisco 3; Oakland 4. NEW AUTUMN IMPORTATIONS Wo arc showing an unusual range of Suitings til id Overcoatings for Fall, and would appreciate an opportunity of show- ing thoin to .you.. VALUE We don't' advertise big discounts or bargain'sa'lesy birf 'when you buy your clot lies'here' volt can always be sure you have received full value for your money. RIDPATH THE HOUSE OF STYLE, FIT AND SERVICE 407 FIFTH ST. 3., PHONE 730 Edmonton, Sept. night's casualty lists contain the names of two of Edmonton's most. prominent citizens; who have given their lives for the Empire. are Major Hlcksos, R. Holland and Lt Roland W. Lines. Major Hickson Rains Holland, who is reported'died-of wounds, left Ed- monton the middle of last April as sec- ond in command of the 63rd 'Battalion. He was born in Westmount, Montreal and was educated there. He had act- ed as A.D.C. to the Lieutenant-Gover- nor of Alberta for some years. In pri- vate life he was the manager of the Standard Trusts Company. Lieut. Roland W. Lines went to Eng land with the 49th Battalion, and after remaining there for some time was re- cently transferred to the Engineers, and sent to France. Last night's cas- ualty list says he was killed in action.; Mr. Lines in private life was one of i the. best known architects in Alberta and many of Edmonton's most promi nent buildings, including a number of the city schools, are of'bis designing He leaves to mourn, one brother, W 13. Lines, of this city, and another, T W. Lines, resides in the old country. Ti (Special to tlie Taber. Sept. lamentable fire happened this morning in the north- west part ot the town. At the resi Mr. A. Marsh shortly after was. seen to be coming out of'the-house' in dark black vol umes, and' when a raised an alarm .1 was found that ail the child ren had gone to school.and'that Mr. Siarsh" was in town dellvjirlnionlik, so-that no one was in the; house at the time to prevent the flamesswhich were rapidly spread by a big west wind. All contents of the house were burned to ashes in about 15 minutes, this is severe blow to Mr. Marshj who has had his share of mis- fortune lri''recent years. Twice pre- .viousiy he has been burned out and hail to susUln the loss of a very val liable team of mares in May last. MANITOBA INVESTS Sept. new war loan the Manitoba government has subscribed Hon. Ed- ward Brown said it was profitable and patriotic, as tlie banks only pay 3% and the war loan Grain exchange members subscribed and one elevatpr company Win iilpeg subscriptions will be nearly EDMONTON TO HELP Edmonton, Sept. sinking fund board of the city of Edmonton, at a special meeting, decided to sub- scribe to the Canadian.. loan. FALL OPENING Standing upon the threshold of a new season we invite the considera- tion of every man that is at all interested in the sort of clothes he wears, or what he pays for them. Fall placing- has been heavier with ns, with the expectation of greater business: So we are in a position now, more than ever before, to offer onr patrons not only a much larger assortment, than you will find elsewhere but at prices that you will find pleasing, because in many cases they are not in advance of what you have been asked to pay In the past, due to early buyingf Hence we can save you the advance prices on many lines tnat you wiifjie asked to pay elsewhere. WE OFFEK OUR TRADE THE BE ST MAKES-BEST IN CLOTHES, HATS AND TOGGERY. Fit-Reform, 20th Century, and Society Brand Clothes and Cheaper Make Underwear Fall and Winter Makes Two-Piece Stanfield's, from Two-Piece Watson's, from 75c Two-Piece Penman's Heavy Rib- bed, Two-Piece Fleece Lined, fr'om.'SjOc- 'Combinations, Stanfield's. front from -True-Knit, Jaeger's Combinations and two piece underwear at list prices. 'SWEATER COATS, from and Cashmere, 35, 50, 60c HEAVY WOOL HOSE. 25c, 35c FALL AND WINTER CAPS.; from 11.25 and HATS. All the newest styles in liest' makes, 13.50, M25 and Fall Overcoats Hundreds to choose from. Any style. Any cloth you desire.. Prices from J20.00 A A Shoes for Fall Men's Dress Shoes. Calf skin and velours, Eegal Dress The Geo. A. Slater Invictus. Men's -Work Shoes, Something for Working Men at Pleasing Prices Work Shirts, from 75c, 90c, Work Gloves, from 60c, and .-JSc Home of Carhartt Overalls McGuire THE "2" M'S KIKKHAM BLOCK LETHBRIDGE ;