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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta R. L. Borien's Speech. Manager Naitmith with the (Concluded from first page.*) Monnlrca? in regard to elections the rank and fife of the Liberal party were ashamed of their lenders in pro-taotlng criminals and making emotion corruption possible. OttfftNTAL 1&IM1GHAT10N With respect to the Oriental immigration, the fqwrnkur declared that ho Not Worrying (Calgary Albertan.) "Wo arc not worrying at all over the matter and arc not curtailing our development inl the slightest," was the statement P. L. Naistnith, general manager of the Alberta Rail way & Irrigation Company, of Lath-bridge made to the Albertan roprc- *'r 'ALL WOOL WPtOPLE THF UWB MAY r ' j fa stood where ho did in H>02,,when ho |ftcntftt,va u'� Commission^ and as a Tweeds at 60c. Meltons at 30 and 50c. I-Aurier did not deceive the people regarding the treaty, he has the right io ask for the abrogation of the , treaty, His position is that Ilritish I cUlmatlon scheme, they could not poftftihly u�? all the water, Tltcre is F plenty for us both. Wo have known matter of fact it has now been going on for three years. Kven If they would divert tho^,water for their ro- at***!**" nth A warm serviceable Dross Goods for little money in a good range of shades, navy, brown, green, grvys and black, and good vulue at the price. Per yard.... 30 and 50c WoVo piles of New Skirts, and they are selling. Some elegant Plaids, fine plain ' Amazons, black Panamas, and fancy Tweed Effects. The prices run from $3.00 to 9.00. See them, you'll say they are worth more money. A splendid rango of Heavy Tweeds, just the thing for girls' school dresses, the kinds that stand hard wear. Our price is special at per yard..........................60c. Columbia and the adjoining provinces must be inhabited and dominated by the groat dominating races that 1for Holno tIln* that lh�y havc have built up Canada. -1 Ladies' Cloth Coats PIIOVINCIAL JUCJI-ITS The Conservative party had always stood for the rights of the poo pie of the west. The Llltcral party had denied the right of -the fieople of AII>ertn and Saskatchewan to control their own Innds tluvl they might Fur Ruffs and Muffs surveys out and even have ass Is ted them in some of the work, regarding location. It is purely and simply a matter for the two governments to deul with, and we are not worrying at all." When asked as to the condition of the crops In the southern Irrigated lands, Mr. Nalsmith stated that they We are showing a nrach 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 wo are Bulling at____ 10.00, 14,00 aijd 17.00 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 M'ith our system of doing business. We don't change furrier's prices,but can beat any city catalog See this bargain, Ladies' Eaton Suits Black, brown, navy and grey, well tailored, and of (inequality materials. Sizes 34 to 38, only six suits in the lot, to clear at about half regular price-$0.50, 0.00/and 10.00. hold rt whip over the settlers and j were everything thai could bc dcsi.vd have n horde of agents to assist in though of course there had been some the elections. The policy of the Con slight damage, but not enough to servativc party shall lv and is to , make n innlerin) difference, hand back to the |>eople of Alberta *n regard to the sugar beet crop he and Saskatchewan thi- public lands stalod that the sugar beet factory at in these two provinces. lie denied j Uayinond, could not obtain all the that the # provinces xwre letter off , beets they recpi-ircd, but there was with the subsidy, quoting On-turio as j not more than H.OOU acres in crop. It receiving an income last year of fc2.2�0,H87 from its mining lands, will keep the average farmer working hard to cultivate fifteen nervs (A i Nova Scotia 63-1 ,onn, llritish Col- beets, i\s the amount of iaimr is umbia over 31,.">00.00b. 2,000,000 and Qnebec  CONTHOU OF PrilLIC CTIMTIKS. Mr. Horden great, but ut the same time he realizes in the neighborhood of $"5 per acre on his crop. "Of course in time the country will Income \cry thickl.v settied and then therj w.ll dechuvd that public Utilities.should l>e for the people not!1'0 t,noutfl� beets raised for in-nv than for the politician. The Intereolon-1 (UK' fiU*UM'-v'" remarked Mr. N'aisimth ial should be outside of political influence and managed by business methods. The scope of the present Hail way Commission should he extended .SOME WAMT^, AND CLOAK-5 ARE CERTAINLY A YARD WIDE ir NOT ALL WOOL. Of COUR.SE OUR GARMENTS ARE ALL WOOL BUT WE ARE THANK-FUL THAT THEY ARE NOT ALL A YARD WIDE, AND .SO -SHOULD YOU 5E,BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT A YARD WIDE. WHY NOT GET CLOTHE-5 THAT FIT ? WE FIT PEOPLE IN OUR .STORE. THE ONLY TIME WHEN MANY PEOPLE WHO BUY CLOTHES "HAVE A FIT" \S AFTER THEY BUY F THEM. YOU WILL NOT HAVE A FIT AF-TER YOU BUY GARMENT FROM U.S, BUT WHEN YOU BUY THEM. Leader Robertson Bereaved. In Time of Sickness Percy Kohcrtson. 'the to a greiat Public I'tililies Commis- J *�n of A. .J. Hohcrtson, sion that the rights of people and capitalists alike should lH> sufogunrd 3-yea r-old M. P. P., was fatally injured about 7 o'clock Sept. 20, by being run over by a ed. The Conservative party was not conk wagon which was being drawn opposed to the construction of the through town by a traction engine. The little boy died at nine o'clock.- And all family receipts left with us receive our special attention. All being accurately compounded and promptly delivered. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A. K. llumphries was in Tabor yesterday. Chas. Savory of IVrnie H.C., is vis king his brother II. \V. Savory. Tv. M. Johnstone returned- on Wednesday morning from Nelson, P.C. \V. A. Pale of Kdmonton, chief lie-! more revenue from it than from any en.se inspector for the pro\ ince. was oilier road. (t-rand Trunk Pacific but maintained that if the i>eople put up nine-tenths ! Nariton News, of the cash unci credit they should have a share of the profits or else , put up the other tenth and own the | road. As it is the |n*iipU* put up the money and! the government has no more control over and will get no Oats are Uninjured. (Ited Peer Advocate.) in the city on Saturday. K. J. Christie, license inspector for Pincher Cn-ek district has been removed from olllce. LOCAL BUDGET. C. Rerate them in the profitable districts as well? Are in a Hurry. od through the city on Tuesday nighton his way to Wesley College, Winning. W. Lffiurta, of Curdston, was in tha oily yesterday to hear his chief sj*�ak. C. Darling, of Cronbrook, 11. C, is a gu POSTAL FA-C1IJTIKS TIU! The civil service should Ik� reformed so that appointments would be miners union met on Sunday and paused the following ivsolution which was handed out for publication:- That whereas . the workmen employed by tht� A. U. *t 1. Company at the Lethbridge mines are working mudo by one's worth rather than po- under protest against the interpivtu-liticH. AboMsh patronage which lion placed upon the existing ugree-werved ns a bribe to keep party work | nu-nt by the company. , And wheivns, we havo t>oen ready to j>roceed wit)) the arbitrartion of the dispute some w*vks, Ik* it therefore resolved, that un-Ipss the arbitraMon board sit at once Ha id dispose; t>f tin? matu*rs in disput,.. that we appeal to the nonunion (Jovernment, or take whatever measures we doein necessary to protect our interests, and that copies of this n'solution be given to the press anil also sent to 1*. Lfc Nnl- ers faithful and caused -the member* more trouble than all other duties. The policy of t hi* Libera I govcrn- A. W. Hings of the Western Cunn- nwni in nostal mattors has U�en to da Agency has returned from a visit nnno"IU'� a Hiirplus rather than sup- Miss V. llruce leuve+t tomorrow for Olds, wheiv sltt* will visit her sister. John Mf*rron, M. I'., lMncher Ciy*ek, was ninoijg those who came to hour lht* Conservative leuder. Chas. I�onard of Lcvthbridgv. book, keejicr for the Kogors-Cunninghum | y* L*uml>er Co.. is hero this week and will remain a nh�rt time. We under- |'^�'tion of the association to have a T. K. INittoson is in Gait hospital with typhoid fever. W. C. Simmons, M.I\I\, was in Me dicine Hat yesterday attending the Kn i r, Miss Trouse left on Tuesday night for TuImm' where she bus accepted a positiim in the KcUuncu Coal Co. office. Hick & Wakely have contracts for heating the Hudson's Hay Co. residence and the hospital at Maeleod with hot water, The Central School Athletic Association held its annual mooting last Thursday afternoon and el-voted the following olUoers: lion. Civs. W. A. Hamilton; l'res. H. It. Davidson; Vice-Pres., P. Macl>oth; J. K. Kenny; Treas., (itio. lluley. Jt is the in- to Kngland. His sister, Miss Mings, accompanied him. kn�t Wednesday at Clnivsholm John T. North uud Miss Clara M. Amundsen both of Clan�s^eople in the new places. MttUdcnt postal service should go with or nheud of railway advancement. In conclusion Mr. Horden asked the riding to send a man like John Her ron who understands the wants and Guild Elects Officers. 11. ljewls, of Melita. Man., who has lieeli with the Hell Telephone Co. here this summer left for Winni|>eg on Tuesdoy night to attend Wes 1 ey College. j. n. a. HKitrsKUOx. m. i\ In a characteristic sjvech, Mr. Her-eron attacked the government for having broken th Men^s Reefers 4.50 for 2.00 3.75 for 2.00 Pants 2.00 for 1.40 3.25 for 2.35 Suits 10.00 for 6.75 Men's Fancy Vests 3.00 for 2.00 " Waterproofs 5.50 for 3.50 6.50 for 1.50 Boys1 Reefers, 3.75 for 2.85 3,50 for 2.50 Assortment of Men's Vests for 95c. Each. Men's Felt Hats 1.75 for 115 2.50 for 1.85 *  t Htnnd Mr. Cilnysher will go to L#t,h-bridge.-Tutor Fr*w Press. field day of sports this fall. A prisoner named Davis escaped On Monday evening the A. It. & I. rrom lh� H.Nr.W.M.I1, barracks yester Co. warehouse in some mysterious ^ amI �av* tho �,olico tt hl,t chttS0- Mo got down to tho river bottom manner took lire. Heing seen immo-. diatoiy the fire was easily extinguish |anro.u^.� |n|^ 1() rwllK,. (,x|,t.lulHuro. claiming; Cmlon. �,,� the IWS,�t,U .1. I). Hi� in tin. lUuvtwl IWrmu-lo by lU-v.;^ lh0 ( �vot ional Depart* would have made the Are a serious matter. Tho monthly misb-ionary meeting of the Kpworth league of Wesley church on Montlay evening was conducted by .tho Women's Missionary Society and was largely attended. An excellent programme was provided which consisted of it solo by Miss Smith, addresses on Japan, by Mrs. W. Jor-pastor of Wesley Chkcrh. Tho meot-J ing was in charge of Mrs. (Rev.) . terborotigh, arrived in town last Wednesday en route to Fort Maeleod Hon. A. C. IMthorford was granted where he will enter into partnership L..L.D. degm> by Toronto t^nivorsity with Mr. McOard. Mr. Haultain is on the occasion of the inauguration a rising young man, and wo fool sure of president Falconer, premier Whitney of Ontario, presented him forlhome. the honor. 1 he will make his mark in his now -Calgary Herald, Sept. 24, The Red Deer Brass Band presented Canon HinchclifTe with a piece, of silver on the occasion of his leaving Hod Doer. Tho Canon has been tb$ leader of the band from its organization. J. Jones and P. G. Connoil of Ok* otoka wore drownod while out duck* | shooting last week. 4 r i - ;