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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ready with the Goods for Fall Business You ire invited to come and look through our complete and see what we can do for you in supplying you seasons Whether to buy or only to you are welcome Lovely Things among the Dress Goods Never before have we shown Buch a large range Fashionable Fabrics for Costumes and SaiU inihadet of wine and Then again our prices are rieht We dont put up the price beciiuse the goods are If you 11 look you 11 find wei SELL AT CITY SOMETIMES Meltons at 30 and A warm serviceable Dress Goods for little money in a good range of greys and and good value at the Per yard30 and 50c Tweeds at A splendid rarigo of Heavy just the tiling for girls school kinds that stand hard Our price is special at per Weve piles of New and they are Some elegant fine plain black and fancy Tweed The prices run from to See youll say they are worth more Concluded from first ionaircs In to elections tke rank and file of the Liberal party were ashamed of leaders in pro tecting criminals and making election corruption OKI KNTAL With respect to the Oriental immi the sjjcakvr declared he stood where he did in 3 supported Itennett Sim in his effort to have Asiatic JA bor prohibited on Government rail Sydney Fisher had de clared in the House that there was a writtenagreementbetween Canada and Japan by which uo laboring Japs should come to Sir Wilfrid IAurior had stated that the Not Calgary We are not worrying at all over thematterand aie not curtailing our the was the statement general manager of the Alberta Kail way Irrigation of bridge made to the Albertan repre sentative at Ltflhbridgc when asked whait iction his company is taking regarding the American syn dicate who have surveys out on a large scheme to divert the water sup ply of the JIilk arid riv which is fed to the southern irri gation k As a master of remarked we have been vnlarg our and making majiy Ihc matter will have immigration was restricted to four or five from each The to voiuu up before the international sent trouble in Columbia de Waterways and Ladies Glbth Coats We are showing a nnich better range of Coats tlian and can save you money if you require one this Dark tweeds and plain cloths are See the Coats are selling at and Fur Ruffs and Muffs Last year we sold a great many small furs should sell more this stocks are lar ger and better Then the people are better acquainted with our sys tem of doing We dont charge furriers can beat any city catalog See this Ladies Eaton Suits navy and well of finequality Sizes 34 to only six suits in to clear at about half regular nonwtratwi the alternative that if Laurier did not deceive the people re garding the he has the right to ask for the abrogation of the His position is that British Columbia and adjoining provinc es must be inhabited and dominated by the races that have built up PROVINCIAL BIG I ITS TheConservative party had al ways stood for the rights of the peo pie of The Liberal party had denied the rightof the people of Alberta and Saskatchewan tocon trol their own lands that theS might holdlit whip over the settlers and haveahorde of agents to assist in the The policy of the Con aSt a matter of fact it has now been go ing on for three Even ifthey would divert water for their ro claimation they could not possibly uss all the There is plenty for us We have known for some they have sur veys out and even have assisted them in some of the regarding It is purely and simply a matter for the governments to deal and we are not worrying at When asked as to the condition the crops in the southern irrigated Naismith stated that tl were everything that could be desLvc though of course there had been some slight but not enough t THAT ARAttNT3 SHOULD WOOL If PEOPLE WHO AMY IN ORDER ID fvfce GOODS EED NOT BE FLEECED IF BUY RELIABLE STORC BUSTER BROWN Co KCrvativc parly shall and is to liand Jiack to the jxjople of Alberta nd Saskatchewan the public lands n these two He denied hat provinces were letter off 1th the quoting Ontario as an income last year of from mining Scotia British Col imbia over and Quebec CONTROL OF rUBLIC Roiden declap3d that public should le for the peoplenot for the The Intercolon ial bs outside of political in fluence and managed by business The scope of the present Uai way Commission should be to a gixat Public Utilities Commis sidn that the rights peoplp am capitalists alike shouk safeguar The Conservative party opposed to the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific but maintained And all family receipts left with us receive our special AH being accurately compound ed and promptly Druggist and In Time of Sickness lake a material In regard to the sugar bect crop he tated that the sugar beet factory at could not the eets they but there was not more acres in It vill keep tlie average farmer wording mrd to cultivate fifteenacres of amount of laoor is but at the same time he real in the neighborhood of pur ic re on his Of limethe country will lecome very thickly settled and then thenj will be enough tieets ra5ed for more than one remarked Natsimth Leader Robertson Humphries was in Taber yes Savory of Fernie is vis king his Johnstone returnedon Wed nesday morning from Dale of chief lie that ir the people put up ninetenths of the cnsh ard credit they should have a share of the profits or else put up the As it is the people put up the money and the government has no more control over and will get no more revenue from it than from any Percy the 3yearold son of was fatally injured about 7 oclock by eing run over by cook wagonwhich was being drown through town by a traction engine Jlic little boy died at nine Nariton Many articles are such as Bad Hot Water Ice Invalid Medicine Glass Toilet cnse inspector for the was in the city license inspector for Pincher Creek district has been re moved from Rapid has been appo ntcd manager of the Union Bank at Pincher Kobert the infant son and Macbeth died on Saturday night and was buried of Warner pass Tioss Tatespent Sunday at his homo in Sauncters of the Crock was in the city this v of was in the city yesterday to hear his chief of is a guest at the home of Jack Sfacbcth of the Bank of Mon treal left on Monday night for Bran Miss Cameron of the Bentlcy hns returned from a visit at her Tiomc in Pritchanl of Toronto been the Lcthbridgc branch of the Bank of who has been in HogvrsCunningham Lumber of fice haw resigned his position and to on Monday iliss Bruce leaves tomorrow for where slPv will her John Pinchcr those came to hear Jlic Conservative Leonard of keeper for the RogersCunningham Lumler is here this week and will remain a We under stand Glaysher will go to Loth Free On evening thc I warehouse in some mysteriouj mariner took Being seen immc diately the fire was easily cxtinguisl A few minutes v more libcrtj have madethe fire a serious The monthly missionary meeting o the Epworth League of Lesley churcl on Monday evening was conducted bj Womens Missionary Society an xras largolv An excellent programme was provided which con sisted of solo by Miss ad dresses on by Jor dan Foster French a former vpastor The mett ing wns in charge e We are headquarters for all sick room Higinbotham Family Dispensing Chemists Telephone Resident Graduate Night ed through the city ou Tuesday j nightun other NATIONAL AND TEL EPHONES The telegraph and telephone sys tems were Init more convenient and faster modes of communication than the postal service which was a gov monopoly The former should be a similar monopoly under a commission free The ongovernment already owned miles of telegraph in the unprofrtable then why not in the profitable districts as well SKIRT5 AHE CERTAINLY A YARD IF NpT ALL COURSE oUH AFIE ALL WOOL bUT WE AKE THANK FUL THAT THEY ARE NOT ALL A YARD AND SHOULD YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT A YARD WHY NOT GET CLOTHE5 THAT WEFIT PEOPLE IN OUR THE ONLY TIME WHEN MANY PEOPLE WHO CLbTHES HAVEA FIT AFTER THEY BUY THEM YOU WILL NOT HAVE A TIT AF TER YOU BUY GARMENT FROM WHEN YOU Oats are Itod Deer Keports from the harvesting indi cate that the September snowstorm does not soem to have affected the beyond the extra labor in cutt it It has to be cut one Botterill took samples oats from a stock cut before the and samples from the field after the storm and he does any difference in Smith takes the isame viewfrom his New Dress and Walking Skirts in plain and selling at from up to and flecked skirts in black and navy and brown and and gray and from to Venetians in navy and rcyal at and k Ladies New Fall in every and almost every selling at and These are in the newest designs and in the very latest all different in color and in The Bentley Ltd WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery Telephone 3 v ma way in a I Giving up Iattcson is in Gait hospital typhoid was in Me dicincllat yesterday attending the Jliss Prouse left on Tuesday night or Taber vhcre she has accepted a in the Reliance Coal of Wakcly have contracts for icating the Hudsons Bay rcsi Icnce the hospital at Macleod with hot The Central School Athletic As sociation hold its annual meet ing last Thursday afternoon and el ected the following officers I Tamilton Macbeth sccyr JK Kenny Jt is the in tention of the association to have a field day of sports this A prisoner named Davis escapee from the barracks ycstcr day and gave the police a hot chase Ho got down to the riyer bottom Mooreand Brewer re turned on Saturday from the Under takers and Embalmers Convention at Harrisonvis the possess ion of Oi twenty ounce pippin from the Okanagan Valley which measures 1t inches in Hings of the Western Cana da Agency has returned from a visit to His Miss accompanied Last Wednesday at Claresholm John North and Miss Clara Vmundscn both of Claresnohu were married by Macmicking of the Union Bank leaves tomorrow morning assume his duties of the North Winnipeg branch of the of who has Iwen with the Ifcil Telephone here this summer left for Winnipeg on Tuesday night to attend Wesley A sermon be preached in the Baptist Talxirnacle by William Tteid on Sunday evening at Good singing and bright ser All made On Saturday afternoon the fire bri gade was called out to extinguish a blaze in the residence of George Per ry on Glynn The which was an incipient affair was out before the brigade got Duncan the unfortunate The civil service should be reform ed so that appointmentswould be made by ones worth rather than po AboMsh served as a bribe to keep party work faithful and caused the members more trouble than satl other The policy of the Liberal govern ment in postal matters hns leen to announce a surplus rather than sup ply the wants of the in the new TTfTicient service should go wrth or ahead of railway Tn conclusion Bordcn asked the riding to send a man like John Her ron who understands the wants and feelings of the West to sit with him at the right hand of the in tent on giving the people a govern ment vorthy of the country and its Tn a Ber eron attacked the government for liaving broken their preelection pro mises to reduce claiming that the government did rriore for the people on forty mil lions a year than the present govr ernmeut does on one hundred million He proceeded to answer the question are they doing with the mon ey citing instances of useless ex The minors union met on and passed the following resolution which was handed out for publica That whereas workmen em ployed by the Company at the Lttthbridge mines are working under protest against the interpreta tionplace upon the existing agree ment by the t And we have leen ready to proceed the arbitration of the dispute some J5e it therefore that un less the arbitration board sit at once Oind dispose of the matters Jn that we appeal to the Do Beginning Ending 12th will sell at a SPECIAL DISCOUNT for CASH Ail his Stock of Mens and Boys Clothing and Furnishings minion or take whatev er measures we deem necessary to protect our and copies of this resolution be given press and also sent to to the Nai and getting into Ashcroits boat at engineer who a leg while under to cross the but got j engine some time arrived in stuck on a One of the police town from Lethbridge on took a limb of a tne and threatenhaving been discharged from the hos ed to shoot the fugitive who came back be Organization was completed on Sun day morning last of the Mission Bank in connection Wesley The officers elected arc as ITarvest ia just commencing in The crops never looket Potatoes TV 11 thresh 300 Imshels to the They are hare and firm and will boil to a savourv Mens Reefers for for Pants for for Suits for Mens Fancy Vests for Waterproofs for l for Boys1 for for Guild Elects Guild elects officers The Westminster Guild of Kn Church completed the election officers meeting on Monday The Honorary and the Prcsident Hig inbotham had already been The other officers arc VicePresident in charge of the Dijvotjonnl Depart of the mission ary Miss of the educational of the social Assortment of Meas Vests for Mens Felt Hats for for This line is especially large and well Mens Gaps in Cloth and Imitation Shirts for church and Why do we Advertise this Sale Experience has taught us that one line of uptodate goods is better than many poorly Men have taken our store as being devoted solely to ladies We have no room for displaying more than one Johnston penditiiro for polilical purposes and j Miss recording secre corresponding secre for the enrichment of political heel LAUTUERS FOLLOWERS Kv i mealiness that make the presi mouth of a cannon Awiie Mossor Lila Free McDiarm d Will Raley lookout Vio la Moore palm branch representa Tom The Band vill 5undfly mornintr TO Bergeron said thnt Tvaurier had a contempt his followers as they were all for sak and stood together wrth positions in their Bourassa and wore the only real Liberals of lhc sodal his he wanted Cabi inet material he imsscd over his followers in the House and took and Pugs Miss Jessie Miss Ma ry The the evening was gi von by on the Art of Speech Making and delighted the larger mimbor The pro gramme next ifomiay evening is in On Sxmday morning church Ihe sermon wiil at Wesley xj for chl the subject being Looking for The evening subject is tin bisl 1n Tn conclusion the speaker remarked that he wns going to sind some of his Quebec people who were neither Japs nor Chinese to share in thesix ty bushel to the acre yields that were produced in Southern Albert The meeting closed witH cheers for tho King and l ll the latest Novelties in TRIMMED AND UXTRIMMED Are now on Childrens wear a J McLEAY Redpath Graham will receive degree from Queens Univer sity on J ftiilherford was granted degree by Toronto University on the occasion of the inauguration of President Premier Whit ney of him for of Pe in town last Wednesday en route to Fort Mnclcod whore ho will enter into partnership with llaultain is a rising young and we feel sure hewill make his mark in his new Red Beer Brass Band silver on the occasion of his leaving Red The Canon has been the leader of the band from its organiz Jones and Council of Ok otoks drowned while out duck shooting last v ;