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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta rgir.>rv. ,ni'.ii.iririni�'.f. �V.n^igfflwni tolMMllNINNIINNINNta HE LTD Wishing to make it interesting for Visitors to the Fair, will offer special prices on SUMMER DRY GOODS for SIX DAYS ONLY, AUGUST 5 to 10 inclusive. SOME CHOICE LINES. Prints, Crtnn'8 Be�t lOn^lisli, rojjular 15c for...................................................12$c Good patterns, rotf. 124c. for............................................................lUc " Wood values, reii 10c for..............................................................S^c Cotton. Clmllie's Dark niut L'whi, roR. 15c. for..................................................12$o Colored Muslin, n%. lie for.....................................................................5c reg. Vihc for..................................................................10c White barred Muslin, reg. 7^c fur............................................. ..................*>c Fancy striped Muslin, rcy. lie for...............................................................*�c rc�. loo for............t................................................124c rug. 20c for............*..................................................loe L�no Colored Dimities, light green nnd white, dark blue mid white, black unci white, reg. 25c for.....174c Swiss Muslins, light blue with white, white with Muck, white with blue, reg. 25c for..........17^c Blnck Muslin, in ince stripes, reg. 15e. for................................................12$c '.......reg. 20c. for.................................................15c \e Dotted Swiss, reg. 224c for.............................................................17Jc " reg. 25c'. for...............................................................20c it nnd dark blue Muslin, ree 10c for........................................................IlOc less Lengths in Silk Organdie, reg. $7.50 for.................................................$(5.00 ......  reg. $8.50 for.................................................$�>.50 ........ reg. $10.00 for................................................$7.75 ecial Value in Lawns at............................................................10c and 124,c The alxrn* are all this seasons goods, but we need the spac* for new fall goals now arriving. Farmers' and Ranchers' Supplies.-We give special attention to this department, and are able to quote satisfactory figures on all lines. See us before purchasing your fall and winter supplies. In Men's Clothing and Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, our stock is right up to the minute in style, quality and price. In the Ladies' Wear Department Upstairs will 1m> found interesting prices in Shirt Waist Suits, Underclothing, etc., etc. \\V need room in this department also for New Full Goods. SPECIAL. Ladies" Coats and Skirts for early fall wear. The latest styles and patterns received by Express today Nice Goods at. reasonable prices. These are the celebrated "Rogers Garments." 'r HE LTD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ESTABLISHED 1885 LETHBRIDCE, RLTR. OOD AND Tnat's the kind of Und that I am .ll'ST Pl'TTING ON TflE MARKET, to be sold in im l.ss thun half section tract*, at from $11 to $14 per aire. This tract is composed of...... 9,000 Acres which has heeu held by speculators for the past four years, who are now willing to take their profit. It lice cast of Cluresholm, witbia from a mile to six miles of tho renowned inland town of Carmangay, where you can see over tx thousand acrts of ripening grain in one Meld. Come and see it. you will like it. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Phoue 122 Coal Commissioner's Report ;ug ills. in itn Furrier Coming. A furrier from �u. Puul. Minn, is coming to look uvw tho Bitimtlou with the Men, "to starting up his bu*lw�* luu-c in tfuy BprlM(j. Ue will (Concluded from first p*�* ) iivareut croan cut to the working face They "I*1" recommoiwl ait an>aid m�iit in rvittml to tile distances Is.--twoeii tl*j first "'Ml second open us* to the mine should not I* loss liHttt ono hundred feot. 1'oatlng of HcporUs of Ins|h>ctoi'ti- Tlie Coiiiutishiom-rs ivconmi�*uection and pout up imnmliaUMy in 11 convenient plur� ut the mouth of the. mine a synopsis of bis report, .showing the places visited and thu condition in which they *w fouud. and thut he insist u|Kin the Htrict enforcement of tho present provisions of the Coal Mines Art. Kxam million of Minors-N was produced to show wheth �t ix'cilUlltH hove been caused lly tlwi lock of certlficules, granted after an examination has ln-en passed, ami therefor* the Commissioners tvetvnot (prejiarwi to recommend legislation upon this subject. Componsation Art-In regnrd to thu oom|h-nsaiioii of persons injures! in tnint-s or th�? (lopt-ndpnts or repre-s�'ntnti\4>s of |�-rson.s killc lws't iviHlvnsJ it tiupoKsiblo in almost every c�so for any compensation to ho i>h-ovoiv�1 iv-givixlless oi wheru the blanio iiiiKht rest anil tfw ec -[lnl coiiiiiiishinn, uppointod In such a i way as the tfovurninent nwy Re�� fit. | whose- duty it MmII lie to henr and determine finally nil such cuscs as may lie liroiiulit to tlwir attention without Hppi-nl j l'uyiOj} for Uw foul-JOvHlcncx1 was givcti by the initit-rs ver.\ Uirgijly in Vavor ut a system of piiynvni lor ^ihjuI i,y run of mliMj. v hili' the t-vi-.ik-urt- of thu operutors wuh ^Mierally jspe-uking in favor of a system for screeu cowl wher.i such coal w�is us�-d ,for ikun.'Klii: purpose* uikI sukl upon a scn-eued coal basis. In (irui'lice Hot, system is onl.s usi-d, so far tis the evidi-nie shows, ut the l-eth � brulgolimiiii's, and is thuro tiiken into coiisi�|oratioii in tirrivinir jot a bns-is of puyiiu-iii. 'J^ie nmjor "~ ; ily of the I'omuvissloit �lo not feel thirty !Junllfl�l in mtikinK a r�'cominr, botween twenty mid men. Uu wus inleruslwl in tlcis couu try py W. Young, who has taxm down [Jn ^ in,|- of t'oal-The Cotiuiiission found that this was due to strikes, i the c\cepl ion.ilK sever.? winter, the luck of slot'iiK*' fu, ik-luys in yi*t  ting material for milking needed improvements in the mines, the fact thut a hirp' number of miners work on homesteads in the siinum-r, the hubit (it some UHiiers tuking nMig . ioiiH and other holidays in noMition, to SuihIii.vs nti.I legal holidays, tin-absence of sidings at some of tho new mines ami last but not least Hie shortog� of cars. The t'onuniss-loneis iirj;e in regard to the short  nge of coal that tin- government uuike every cltort to iiulua- iudlvid -mils an.I companies, who uru able to  to so. to keep a supply of coal on hand stored during the summer fur winter usv. This has apparently in the past lieen absolutely neglected even duritii; last year by large ami conslnnt consumers of coal, tho railroads even not keeping any ftiip  ply for more than four or live days use. tims in i-UMe of any shutdown of mines, arising from any euune, apparently compelling the us limy Ihi liecessarj to accomplish thut end. Kv idence has Uj��n given ujjon the tpiesttim of ivciprocul iluiiuirrage and the Commissioners are ut tho opin -ion that unless prompt compliance wlHi the rui|iiimiii slopped. The threat has hne Dominion grant tie given to the western associations 1'or the ex|>enseii to the IVimiiiion, nnd tlmt (ho grant to each province ins in-cr>sis�Hl to (fl.tHKl. As tlio aibove resolution wus llw unanimous opin -ion of the four western provinces, il is Iio|mkI tlmt tlui Dominion (lovern-ment will ho able to meot the wishes oi thu western stockiiwu. (iood oust, ern stock will conliituu to come in as in the past and )� solriprlvntely or Nolected in (he east, but tlu'y will not lie oIVoiimI at tho association sales. BOTH Fashion and good taste demand suitable shoes {or every occasion. "Queen Quality" Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of variety and correct style, they combine moderate price. "Queen Quality" Shoes present a shoe for every occasion, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to see the beautiful low cut styles we are now showing at $3.00 and $3.50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. is (no wvul-lor a I'l'iii-lie would Tlio man who depends upon his 'raW'it's foot" usually h�� a loug WtirJ luck story tg Ull." Sen. T�lbot'� Evidence- As was ia bn exiioctod, fho eci -tleiico given iiy Senator Till I Kit before the Ixwi conwnisHion �t Incoinho was of exceptional Intorost. 'Mo sug -gestt-d that thu government nuiglvl ship tho cal'Ue of the siimll fai'iuer and faiiilliarize tlio farmer with the cost of shipping mid the prices realized at the teriiiinul shipping in Montreul or .Liverpool. "Th<- 1 tu in s compan.v thy." sai�l Mr. TaHiot moil iikiii to overruin  ikssI to have millions. lie said he hud U-en asked by his brother .in Toronto to ship Ms cattle east, hut he found tlmt the big shippers got a U�tler rate than the furmor who dared to ship. Hasteni buyers. vvlio dul not purchase through Hums ami Co.. could not rompiMe with ihose who il'ul, owing to the diHcrimiiial ion of freight rates At presv-nt not many farmers fed heavy cattle, due to the monopoly ami uiuvrtni'iity of I he inarUrt. Hi; w'^ns of ih,. opinion Hint if any living 'weru iloiie to give relief and protect the small ami moderate farmer the uumier of Uvf cattle prodm-iil in that district would be mult ijilied many times. TIk- KettU-rs eiigtigifl in mixod farming vvei\' all strongly in favor of Park packing Industry under govern -niont su|k-rv ision. The I roubles we never iium.-I are the ones tlmt worry us most. XOTICK. XOTIt'K is g ven that the firm '"' I lut Km and IWxoii. tailors, lias been diksolved, Mr. \. Mutton continuing the said business and Mr. K. A. Dick son retiring from the imme. All debts owing to (jffe said lll'lll up (o and including April '20th, 100? ought to he paid to l< M .lohnstone Ikirrisifer, |.��thbridgu Alberta. and a 1,1 claims against the linn licfoiv �thill