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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ready with the Goods for Fall Business! You are invited to come and look through our complete stocks, and see what we can do for you in supplying you season's wants. Whether to buy or only to look, you are welcome here. Lovely Things among the Dress Goods Never before have we shown such a large range of Fashionable Fabrics for Costumes and Suits in shades of brown, blue, green, grf:ys, wine and black. Then again, our pricps are right. We don't put up the price because the goods are new. If you'll look you'll find we SELL AT OITY PBICES, SOMETIMES UNDER. Tweeds at 60c. A splendid range of Heavy Tweeds, just the thing for girls' school dresses, the kinds that stand hard wear. Our price is special at per yard..........................60c. Meltons at 30 and 50c. A warm serviceable Dress Goods for little money in a good range of shades, navy, brown, greon, greys and black, and go�>d value at the price. Per yard.... 30 and 50c. We've piles of New Skirts, and they are selling. Some elegant Plaids, fine plain Amazons, black Panamas, and fancy Tweed Effects. The prices run from J3.00 to 9.00. See them, you'll say they are worth more money. Ladies' Cloth Coats We are showing a much better range of Coats than usual, and can save you money if you require one this season. Dark tweeds and plain cloths are good. See the Coats we are selling at____ 10.00, 14.00 aqd 17.00 Fur Ruffs and Muffs Last year we sold a great many small furs' should sell more this season, stocks are larger and better assorted. Then again, the people are better acquainted with our system of doing business. We don't charj^e furrier's prices.but can beat any city catalog See this bargain, Ladies' Eaton Suits Black, brown, navy and grey, well tailored, and of finequality materials. Sizes 34 to 38, only six suits in the lot, to clear at about half regular price-$6.50, 9.00 /imd 10.00. A. Macdonald (& Co R. L. Bor4cii*t SpcceK. (Concluded from first page.) Hona'in:�? In n?gard to clectdons the rank and flie of the Liberal party were asliaincd of their leaders in pra-'teotin); criminalH and making ebJction corruption possible. ORIENTAL IMMiaUATlOIf With respect to the Oriental immigration, the speaker lieclared thoA, he stood where he did iti 1902,^when he supported W. IT. Bonnctt (.East Sim-coe) in his effort to have Asiatic I^-bor prohibited on Oovernmont rait-vays. Hon. Sydnej''Pishcr had declared in the House that there was a written agreement l)etwccn Canada and .Japan by which no laboring .Taps should conte to Canada. Sir Wilfrid T.aurier had stated that the immigration was restricted to four or five from each province. fThe pra-sent trouble in JJrJtish Columbia de-mon.ecial attention. AH being accurately compounded and promptly delivered. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. In Tiie of Sicta C. Ross Tate spent Sunday at his home in Cranbrook, B.C. E. T. Saunders of the Pincher Creek Echo, was in the city this ^veek. W. Laurie, of Cardston, was in the city yesterday to hear his chief speak. C. Darling, of Cranbrook, B. C, is 'a guest at the home of W. D. L. Uadie. Jack Macbeth of the Bank of Montreal left on Monday night for Brandon. Miss Cameron of the Bentley Co., has returned from a visit at her - home in Ontorio. � G. E. Prilchard of Toronto has boon transfeired to the Lothbridge branch ot the Bank of Montreal. H. Howarlh, who has been in Rofeicrs-Cunninghnm Lumber Co.'s office has lesigned his position and went to Nelson, B. C, on Monday night. Miss C Bruce leaves tomorrow for Olds, wiieiY! sllfc will visit her sister. .John Herron, M. P., Pincher Creek, was among those who came to hear Uw Conservative leader. Chas. Leonard of Lethbridge,"book. . keeper for the Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., is here this week and will remain a short, time. We understand Mr. Glaysher will go to Leth-bridge.-Talier Froo Press. On Monday evening ;tho A. R. & I. . Co. warehouse in some mysterious manner took itre. Being seen imme-. diatoly the flro was easily extinguish cd. A few minutes more liberty would have made -the fire a serious matter. - The montiily missionary moating of the Epworth League of Wesley church on M|>aRtor of Wesley Chkcrh. The meot-'4(,*�>K was in charge of Mrs. (Rev.) r .Harrison. Many articles are required, such as Bad Pans. Hot Water Bottles, Syringes, Thermometers, Ice Bags, Invalid Cushions, Medicine Glasses, Toilet Paper, Sick Feeders, Crutches, Sponges, Disinfectants, etc., etc. We are headquarters for all sick room supplies. I J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Family and Dispeasing Chemists Telephone 49. Resident Graduate Night Clerk'. Mr. Borden declnr'ad that public utilities.should lie for the people not for the politician. The Intercolonial should txj outsidi' of political influence and managed li.v business methods. The scoiie of the pre.sent Rail way Commission should be extended to a great Public Utilities Commission that the rights of i)eoplp and capitalists alike should l>e safeguard ed. The Conservative party wos not opposetl to the construction of Manager Nftitmtth Not WorryiAg. (Calgary Albertttn.) "We are not worrying at all over the mattw and are not curtailing our development in/ the slightest," was the statement P. L. Naisthith, general manager of the Alberta Rail way & Irrigation Company, of Luth-bridge macks to the Albertan representative at Lothbridge Friday, when asked whoit action his company is taking regarding the American syndicate who have surveys out on a larg� scheme to divert the water sup ply of the Milk and St. Mary's riv-CTs, which is fed to the southern irrigation scheme. "As a matter of fact," remarked Mr. Naismith, "we have been enlarging our canals and making mojny im-provcnwnts. The mat^tor will have to conw up liefore the International Waterways Commission^^ and as. a matter of fact it has now been going on for three years. Even if they would divert thg^ water for their re-claimation scheme, they could not pos�ihly use- nil the water. There is plenty for us both. We have known for some time that they have siu* veys out and even have assisted them in some of the work, regarditkg location. It is purely and simply a mattcfr for the two governments to deal with, and we are not worrjing at all." / , When asked as to the condition of the crops in the southern irrigated lands, Mr. Naiismith stated that they were everything that could bc desi.vd though of course there had been some slight damage, but no't enough to make a material dillerence. In regard to the sugar beet crop ho stut�l that the sugar beet factory ot Rnymontt could not obtain all the beets the.v required, but there was not mora than 3,000 acres in crop. It will keep the average farmer working hard to cultivate fifteon acivs of beets, ns the amount of labor is great, but at the same time he ivnl-izes in the neighborhood of iJTS (ler acre on his crop. "Of course in time the coimtry will Ixicome ^ery thickl.y settled and then thera will be enough lieets raiised for inoi'o tlwn one factory," remarked Mr. Naisiuith /^LL VUOOL ir PEOPLE WH0 2?ll| THEMIS MDU-5AYTH�y Wf. -mr L/vnB /lAYBB'FLrECfl) ,N ORDER ID mCWOOUBJ^ ,60005 BUnfi^ '^SJ/P ^ RELIABLE STORE BUSTER BROWrt m Leader Robertson Bereaved. Percy Robertson, the 3-year-old son ot A. J. Robertson, M. P. P., was fatally injuretl about 7 o'clock Sept, 2fl, by being run over by a cook wagon which was being drawn the ! through town bj' a traction engine. A. E. Humphries was in Taber yesterday. Chas. Savory of Fernio B.C., is vis iting his brother H. W. Savory. L. M. .Johnstone returned-on M'ed-nesday morning from Nelson, B.C. W. A. Dale of Edmonton, chief license inspector for the province, was in the city on Saturday. R. .). Christie, license inspector for Pincher Creek district has been removed from office. G. .T. Hunter, of Rapid City, Man. has been appo ntcd manager ot the Union Bank at Pincher Crook. Robert Douglas, the infant son of Mr. Hugh and Mrs. Slacbeth died on T. E. Pattoson is in Gait hospital with typhoid fever. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., was in Mo dicine ''Hat yesterday attending the Foir. Miss Prouse loft on Tuesday night for Taller where she has accepted a position in the Reliance Coal Co. office. Hick & Wafco'.v have contracts for heating the Hudson's Bay Co. i-csi-dcnce and the hospital at Macleod with hot water. The Central School Athletic Association held its annual mooting ittst Thursday afternoon and el-ipoted the following offioors: Hon. Pres. W. A. Hamilton; Pres. R. R. Davidson; Vice-Pres., F. Maclwth; scc'y., J. E. Kenny; Treas., Geo.^ Raley. It is the intention ot the a.ssociation to have a field doy of sports this fall. A prisoner named Davis escaped from the R.N.W.M.P. barracks yestor day and gave the police a hot chase. Ho got down to the riyor bottom and getting into Ashcroft's boat at-'tompled to cross tile river, But got stuck on a bar. One of the police took a limb of a tree and threatened to shoot the fugitive who came back rather, than bo. shot. Organization was complotcd on Sun day morning last of the Mission Bank in connection vj'th Wesley church. The officers elected are as follows: Supt. Miss B. K. Harrisor./; asst.-supt., Mrs. W. Jordar.t president, Annie Messer; secretary, Li la McDiarm d; treasurer. Will Raley; convener of lookout coramittoe, Viola Mooro; palm branch representative, Tom iHamilton. The Band vnll meet every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. .Saturday night and was buried on Monday. Rev. R. H. Harden, of Warner pass ed through the city on Tuesday nighton his way to Wesley College, Winniiieg. B. C. Moore and F. T. Brewer returned on Satui-day from the Undertakers and Embalmcrs Convention at Calgary. Rev. J. M. Harrison^s the possession of a twenty ounce pippin from the Okanagan VallftV which measures 14-i inches in circumference. A. W. Hings of the Western Canada Agency has returned from a visit to England. His sister, Miss Hings, accompanied him. Last Wednesday at Claresholm John T. North and Miss Clara M. Amundsen both of Claresholm wei-e married by Rov. 1eople put up the money and the government has no more control over and will got no more revenue from it than from any other road. NATIONAL TELEGRAPH AND TEL EPHONES The telegraph and telephone systems wore but more convenient and faster modes of communication than the po.stal service which was a government monopoly: The former should be a similar monopoly under a commi.ssion fret! from politics. The government already owned 7,000 miles of telegraph in the unprofitable parts, then why not operate them in the profitable districts as well? CIVIL SERVICE AND POSTAL FACILITIES The civil service should be reformed so that appointments would be made by one's worth rother than politics. AboHsh patronage which served as a bribe to keep party work ers faithful and caused the members more trouble than all other duties. The policy of the Liberal government In postal matters has been to announce a surplus rather than the wants of the people in the new places. Hfflcient postal service should go with or ahead of railway advancement. In conclusion Mr. Borden asked the riding to send a man like .lohn Her ron who understands the wants and feelings of the to sit with him at the right hnneech, Mr. Bor-eron attacked the government for having broken their pre-election promises to reduce expenditure, claiming that the Con.servalive government did more for the people on forty mil lions a year than the pre.sent govv ernmont does on one hundred million He proceeded to an.swer the question "What are they doing with the money ?" citing instances of useless expenditure for political purposes and tor the enrichment of political heelers. LAURIER'S FOLLOWERS r. Bergeron said that Laiirier had a contemirt for, his followers as thoy were all for sale and stood together with positions in their pockets. Rourassa and Lavergne were the only real Literals of, his following. When ho wantotl Cabinet material he pns.sod over his followers in the House and took Aylesworth, Graham, and Pugsloy. In conclusion the si^eaker remarked that he was going to sand some of his Quebec ixjople who weie neither Japs nor Chinese to share in t))e Sixty bushel to the acre yields that wore produced in Southern Alberta. The meeting closed wHIi cheers for the King and Mr; Borden. The little boy died at nine o'clock.- Nariton News. JOME ^KIRT^, WAIiTJ, AND CLOAIJliS ARE CERTAINLY A YARD WIDE IF NOT ^ ALL WOOL. Of .GOUR-5E OUR GAR MENTIS ARE ALL WOOL ftUT WE ARE THANKFUL THAT THEY ARE NoT ALL A YARD WIDE, AND -50 -5HOULD YOU dE, BECAU-5E YOU are NOT A yard wide. why NOT (jET CLoTHEJ that FIT f we FIT PEOPLE IN OUR -STORE. THE ONLY TIME WHEN MANY PEOPLE WHO BUY CLOTHE-S "HAVE A FIT'^ 1.5 AFTER THEY BUY THEM. YbU WILL NOT HAVE A FIT AFTER YOU BUY GARMENT FROM U-5, BUT WHEN YOU BUY THEM. Si* Oats are Uainjured. � 1 (Rees not see any . degiw by Toronto University on the occasion of the inauguration of I'lesidont Falconer, Premier Whitney ot Ontario, presented him for the honor. - All the latest Novelties in TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED 1 Are now on display- Children's wear a specialty. L. & J. McLEAY Redpath Street. ,-',1- F. W. O. Haultuin, barrister, of Pe tcrborough, arri\X'd in town last Wednesday en routo to Fort Macleod where ho will enter into partnership with Mr. McCard. Mr. Haultam is a rising young man, and we ftoel sure he v/ill make his mark in his now (home.-Calvary Herald,' Soi>t. 24, I884i Tlie Red Deer Brass Band present^ f ed Canon HinchclifTo with a piece of silver on the occasion of His leaving Rod Deer. The Canon has been'tlw^ louder of the band from its orgaoi**'4 ation. . ,. :.:;.',"ti'i?>iv;:,.^'j>:i J. Jones and P. G. ComttU orOk< otokft ,wem drown(Ni.wtUl�i outi dw^*'iV/'? shooting last week. mm ;