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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Wishing to make it interesting for Visitors to the will offer special prices on SUMMER DRY GOODS for SIX DAYS AUGUST 5 to 10 Crams Best regular Good Good Challies Dark and Colored ifu luc White barred 7ic Fancy stripel rv k 15c 20c flue Colored light green and dark blue black and 25e lor Swiss light blue with white with white with 2oc Black in lace Dotted 224c for mu it and dark blue 40c m less Lengths in Silk rT for nal Value in Lawns ami me The above are all this seasons but we need the space for new fall goodi now Farmers and Ranchers give special attention to this and are able to quote satisfactory figures on all See us before purchas ing your fall and winter In Mens Clothing and Hats and Boots and our slock is rightup to tlie hi qiality atul In the Ladies Wear Department Upstairs found iulorosting prices in Shirt Waist We newl room in this department alsofor New Fall Ladies Conts and Skirts for early fall The latest styles mid patterns received by Express today Nice Goods at reasonable These are the celebrated Kogers WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i ESTABLISHED 1885 AND s the kind of land that Tan JUST THE to be solil in no less tlmu half section at from to per This tract is Acres which has been held by speculators for the past four who are now willing to take their It lies oast of from a mile to six miles of tho renowned inland town of where you can see over a thousand acres of ripon ing grain in one Come and see von will like DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties 1 I Kooni Southard Phone 122 Coal Commissioners Report Concluded from first nennsst cross cut to the working They also recommend an Ritucid in to the distances be tween UK first and second open ngs to the inine not be less tlian one hundred Posting of ReporUs of 1he Commissioners recommend that the Inspector visit to the mine make athorough inspection and ost up immediately in u convenient place at the mouth of the mine a synopsis of his showing the places visited and the condition in which they were and that he insist upon the strict enforcement of the present provisions of the Con I Mines Examination of actual evidence was producer to show accidents have been caused by the lack of granted after an exanination has and therefore the Commissioners Averenot prepared to recommend legislation upon this Compensation regard to tluj of persons injured in mines or the dependents or repre sentatives of persons fcillpd in Coimnissionors report that the evidence tnhen ilemonstrates thnt the provisions of the present whila sy be fair in are in ing matters which only refer to in dividual mines to be by an Shortage of Conunfission found that this was due to the severe the lack of storage facilities at central points whichnot only increased the shortage of coal but also militated against the profitable working of Mie mines in tho summer and the cani ing of wages by the regularly in the suiiuner ilchiys in get ting for making needed im provements in the the fact that a large number of miners Avork on homesteads in the the habit of some miners taking relig ions and other holidays in addition to Sundays and legal the absence of sidings at some of the new mines and lust Vut not least the shortage of The Commiss ioners urge in regard to the short age of cral that the government make every effort to induce individ uals and who do to keep supply of coal on hand stored during the summer for winter This has apparently in the past been absolutely neglected even dining last by large and constant consumers of the railroads even not keeping any sup ply for more or five diiys thus in caro of any shutdown of arising from any ap compelling the use of The Grand cf Alberta elected their officers as Follows Grand Forstcr f Mit We Deputy CriVnd Gnmd Grand Grand Grand Calgary and Grand GrnTKl Grand Drdsburyv Grant II cher G rat mi edition ussary to conduct litigation under present of trial by jury with the consequent appeals and long lelays has in the powt rendered it Castern Stock At the meeting of the delegates the Live Stock Association held in and ivpnasenting AMxsrta British Columilyia deckled to continue practice useless that the expense nee daily of domestic con which shoulfl e for the use of the daily consumers unable to storetheir The Commission also recom mentis legislation in regard to the impossible in almost every case for croct5On licensing of any to be recovered rewnich wonll enale ngonts anil deal gurdless of where the ers to letter finance thepurchase nnd rest and tho Commissioners rccom Borage of coal during the slack sen The is also recom mendel 1o take steps to investigate jTho sexeral in which complaint cidont ornegligence cases by a spec Ofr0rc4l about the alxsencc of sid ial appointed in such a jngs whcre are practic way as the govftmmont assist in placing thu proptr evj dencft before the rn i I wny authorities or conmtission to secure i the enaction of the In regnrd Jto car the government is ro Poying for Uw ftn possible stops the embargo against cattle eas tern H will le romomilxiiwl that ihe Dominion live com missioncr 1old associations hist winter unless the sales of tho were opened to cattle the federal that this class of rosca be treated by a special compensation providing for the trial of ac whose duty it shall lw to hear and determine finally nil such casos as mny JKJ brought lo their attention in for the inrnishing of fnrs Jo in re such legislation given upon the demurrage of Commissioners arc of the opin i Furrier furrier from i coming to look over the situation with the starting Tip his business hove in tfie Ho will employ and thirty Lfa intcrcstetl in tbis conn givtn by tho miners very favor of a system of coal by run of vhile the evi of the oierators was generally to acconjplish that in favor of a system for Kviltenft hns screonicoal where such coal wis used j for purposes and Ktld ujKn a scnvnod coal In practice ihis Hvstem is onlv so far as I evkJonce ihc and is said to le there on into consideration in orriving n lasis of The major ity of tho Commission do not feel in association from all over grant woukl The threat has had no the western dele gates conrtentHngj that the eastern stock sent out tothe sales was poor After discussing the matter from every n resolution was unanimously pasted asking tTuvt Dominion grant be given to thc wes tern associations 1or the expenses of provincial winter which are lo to the ami that the grant to each province be in creased to As the alwvft resoUition was tlw unanimous opin ion of the four western it is hoped that the Dominion Govern ff BOTH Fashion and good taste demand suitable shoes for every Queen Quality Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without And with the charm of variety and correct they com bine moderate Queen Quality Shoes present a shoe for every a style for every a fit for every We want you to sec the beautiful low cut styles we are now showing at and a FRED GOW will lw able to meet the wishes or the wostcrn Good crn stock will continue to come in nH in the past and lwj soldpriwtcly in the but they ion that unless prompt not be olfctxxl at the association rith the of the mines such noc The Cornmission not take any recommendation in rogaixl to th in try by who has been down jjn Uion which could only apply to of feeling that legislation of Ihrouglt Chicago such as would of minors should Ix w of general benefit depensla upon his i rabbits foot nstially htt a long cr eastern and central to miners in thd luck story to TalbotY As wns to be the cvi given by Senator Tollot be fore 4 beef commission nt Locombe was of exceptional TTe sug that 1hc government nxight cost of nnd the prices real at the terminal shipping n JFontreal or Hums company is too said for a nvan to He noeil to have said he had lcvn asked by his in Toronto to ship his cat tle but ho found that tho big got a larfter rate than the rmivr who danxl to Kastcrn who did not purchase through Hums ami could not compete with 4hose who to thy tiiscrimination of freight rates At not niiiny farmers fed due to the monopoly and uncertainly of tho lie wxis of tlhvopinion if anything were done to give relief and protect the small aixl moderate farmer tho of lxof cattle in that district Avon Id be multiplied many The settiers ngigtHl in nixel far ming vvore all strongly in favor of park packing industry under govorn mont KOT1CK is g veil firm of Hutton tmd has leen Mutton continuing dio nnd Dick son retiring from the All debts owing to We said firm up to and including April 1007 ought to be paid nnd ngninst firm that dale ought to le to him for ship tho entile of tlie small fanner d familiarize the farmer the Tire troubles never moot ore the ones that worry us POSITION1 This Krntory is for an either lady or to repre sent tis and Iwndle iorfecting fit skirts A capable ngvnt can make sal Apply at once to DOMINION CIARMKNT Slo22 b Onnon Hinchcliffe has his charge at Ued ;