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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta l'V^l^^T^�" 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, Crnnvs Best English, regular 15c. for...................................................12^c " Gootl ijntterus, rog. 124c. for............................................................10c Good values, res- 10c. for.............................................................-Hn Cottou. Ghallie's Dark ami Light, reR.. 15c. for..................................................12^c Colored Muslin, reg. 7Jo for...........................................-........................-^c " " reg, 12|c for..................................................................10c White barred Muslin, reg. 7^c for............................................. ..................'jc Fancy striped Muslin, reg. 7llc for.....,.........................................................c reg. loo for............................................................124c reg. 20c for............'..................................................15c 2ino Colored Dimities, light green and white, dark blue and white, black and white, reg. 25c for.....17^c 1 Swiss Muslins, light blue with white, white with black, white with blue, reg. 25c for..........17^c Black Muslin, iu lace stripes, reg. 15c. for................................................12^c " " ' " reg. 20c. for.................................................15c Dotted Swiss, reg. 22^c for.............................................................174f reg. 25c. for...............................................................20c tit and dark blue Musliu, reg. 40c for........................................................iiOc Lengths in Silk Organdie, reg. 17.50 for.................................................$.00 " * reg. $8.50 for.................................................ffi.50 " "  reg. 110.00 for................................................$7.75 cial Value in Lawns at............................................................10c and 12^c The above are all this seasons goods, but we need the gpac� for new fall goods 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 Furnishing^s, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, our slock is right up to the minute in style, q'lality and price. In the Ladies' Wear Department Upstairs will Iw found interesting prices in Shirt Waist Suits, Underclothing, etc., etc. We ne�l room in this department also for New Fall Gootls, SPECIAL. t Ladies' Coats and Skirts tor early fall wear. The latest styles and pjitterns received by E.spress to-day' Nice Goods at reasonable prices. These are the celebrated "Rogers Garments." HE LTD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ESTABLISHED 1885 00 D AND Tnat's the kind of land that I am JUST PUTTING ON TBE MARKET, to be sold in no loss than half section tracts, : at from 111 to $14 per acre. This tract is composed of. 9,000 Acres which has been held by specidators for tlie past four years, who are now willing to take their profit. It lies oast of Claresholm, within from a mile to six miles of the renowned inland town of Carmangay, where you can see over a thousand acres of ripening grain iu one Beld. Come and see it. you will like it. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE,. ALTA, Coal Commisiioner'a Report (ConcliKtod trom first pagii.) Furrier Comiag. it ' r-A lur^lep from Paul, llliin. is Aoming to look avrjr the Bituatlon with tbe Men, h'm % u � iMMllnwilt herein the- 8prir,iK. Uti will,' emplo.r, between twenty and tlvirty itien. .Uo wns interested in tWs touu try by t'. Yoiing, wlio lia.s 'been down tJuougli. St. Paul, CiiicttKo ftml,oth -ei' eastern and central points. irig jnattpis which only refer to in-dividiinl min�>s to be settled toy an ngiwmtnt. Shortage of Coal-The Conruniission found tliat ^his was due to strilce.s, tlie oxcvpUdnally severe winter, the lack of stor^igie facilities at central points which not only increased the shortage of coal but also inil4tati>d again-s-t 'the profitable wording of tlie mines in the summer urwi the wrn -ing of wages by the nwr� rogulnrly in the summer months), tielays in got -ting nintoritil for malting needed im-pro\enienfs in the mines, the fact that a largp ntiir�1)or of miners worlc on homesteaut not least the shoptfige of cars. The Commissioners urge in regard to the short -� age of coal that tho government nmke every elTort to induce individ -ual.s and companifS, who are able to do so, to keep a supply o( coal on hand .stored during tlie sununcr for winter use. This has apparently in the past been alisolutely neglected 'even during la.st year by large and con.stant consumers of coal, tho railroaout the absence of sittings and where sKIinigs arc practic -able, a.sHist in placing the proix,t evi-dene of the opin -ion itliat unless prompt oomplianco vitii the iwiniwinents of the niines is ol'lierwise made by tho railrontis some such system, is absolutely necessary. Tho Qoniinission doc^s not take any recoinnicmlation in regard to the incorporation of unions. tiMnwt cross c�t to the working face. They also recommentl an ainand (neat in rojtHrd to >the distances l>e-Itween the fi|-st and second open ngs to th� mine should not be loss tliaii one hundred teot. Posting of Report.1 of Inapectorti- The CotnnussionerN recomuiend that tte Inspector upon each visit to tlie mine make a. thorough inspection nnluinil>ia It was �decided to continue the embargo against cattle from eastern Canada. It will Ik- romemiVwrod that the Dominion live srtock com -missioner told tlie associations lust wititer that unless the sales of the association wcie o|�oned to cattle from all over Canada, the federal grant woukl be atopped. Thte throat has had no citect,, the western delegates conrtentlingi that tho eastern srtock sent out to the sales was poor stuff. After 'discussing the nwtter from o\'ery standpoint, a resolution was unanimously pawed asking that tlie IX^ni'lnion 'grant toe given to t'ho western associations lor the expenses of provincial winter fairs, which arc t(� o|�>n to the Dominion, and that tho grant to each pi-ovinoo Ixs increased to ijil.tiOO. As the mlMjvo resolution was the unanimous opin -ion of the four weHtern provinces, it is ho[>cd that the Dominion Government will bo able to meet the wishes of the western s;tx>ckntou. Good east, em stock will contiiMie to come in as in the f�ast and Ijc soldprivntely or folectcd in the cast, but they will not ��e ollolwl nt the association sales. Sta. Talbot's Evidcacc. As was to bo ex|)octcd, the evi ^ donee given by Senator Tallwt bo-fore the boof commlsiiion �t liBcoinhe was of exceptional interest. He sug -ges'ted that tho government raiight ship the cat'tio erf tho small farmer Hid fatuiliarize ttio tanner with the BOTH Fashion and good taste demand suitable shoes for 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. cost of shipping and the prices iwil-'i/.od at the terminal shipi>ing in Montreal or Iviverpool.. '�'The Burns compnny is too wi>al-thy," said Mr. Talbot "for a common nuan to overconK-. Ho would need to have millions. He saiti he had lioim asketl iiy his brother in Toronto to ship his ca't-tlo eas't, but he found that the big shii))!ers got a ljuttcr rate than the larmt'r who dai-ed to ship. Eastern buyers, who di'd not purclia.�*e through Durns and Co., couUI not comi)ote with those who did, owing to the discrimination of fixjigJit rales At present not ninny farmers fod Iiewxy cattle, able agent can make a large .salary. Apply nt once to DOMINION GARMENT COMPANV. LIMITED. . : Ito.v 208. GUELPII, ONT. 8-l.'i-22- Canon Hinchclin'o has his charge tit 'lied peer. ;