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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta V JANUARY WHITEWEAR SALE! -Splendid Showing of Muslin Underwear This seasonis showing of Whitewear surpasses anything we have ever attempted before, and our customers are aware that we show the very finest goods to be had, and at very moderate prices. These goods are bought direct from the manufacturer, and are all of the most reliable make and finish. The styles are all of the daintiest and the trimmings are something wonderful to see. Buy your wants from us. Ladies' Night Gowns In fine quality cotton, inad� yoke eiTcot. witii narrow tucks and laco Around sleeves and neck, lull siise. SPECIAL .....,....................... 75c. Extra quality fine cambric goifn. full make, low neck style, trimmod wilh lace and inaertion, sleev-es finished with lace. Worth $1.75. SPECIAL......................... fl.90. Ladies very fine nainsook gown, trinunod with 4 inch muslin inser -tion, al.so laoo and Vace insertion, and fine tucks, low nock style. This is ono of our best. Easily worth �3.25. SPECIAL ............... $2.75. Ladies' Dressing Jackets F'ine quality muslin dressing Jackets, made with box pleats and trimmed with large sailor collar and flaring culTs of blue and white polka dot silk. SPECIAL.............. $1.40 Ladies dressing "jackets,-PMcr Van style, made oS fino raiislin, with trimmings of pin tucks �ik1 onil>roicl-ory. Tiiesa avo swoll. SPEfn.AI, 2.00 Corset Covers Ladles corset covers in white cotton, trimiiiod with onibroidcry. AH sizes, verj- SPECIAL ............... !i5c. Ladies fine cambric corset covem, trimmod with valencien Ince and insertion. Yoke cITect. Ail sizes. SPECIAL......... .................. "Jc. Ivftdi-os corset covors of allovor embroidery vith ribbon strappings, one of our prettiest and daintiest stylo. SPECIAL........................... $1.25. Ladies' Aprons made of fine quality lawn, yoto and straps made of omibroidery. SPECIAL ........................... 75c Ladies good qualHty muslin aprons wilh yoke and straps made of sainn, with or without bib. Special 85c. Ladies' Skirts Vory fine cambric iiiidorskirts.mftdo with Aoep muslin flounce, triminoccittl 1.00. Ladios di-awnrs in fin.-' cotton with rows of �ttick.'? and finished with laco trimming. fU'ECl.AT............. Tirtc. i Agents for Butterick's Patterns. All lOc. and I5c. now. Infants' Slips Made of fino nain.sook, trimwicxl with pill tucks and homst'itchiny yoke and flounco finished with laco. SPECLVL ........................... $1.90 F'ne quality in'ants slips, trimimod wilh vaKncieunes lace and insoption, three quarter lonath. Si�?cinl $1.65. Phone 31 a a. a aaa. a a.a a. a aaa a A a'A'A'a a A a A a A A A A A A A A A A A - AA J wwwwvwwv  9WW% I^OUR LETTER BOX. J DIFFER WITH MR. BRY.1vx. i ACRES Just East of : Fair Grounds. West of Railroad Track, at $130 Per Acre f R To the Editor of Lethbr,ldge Herald. Sir,-In your issue of the 17th inst., you remarked that William Jennings liryan, the famous American politician hit the nail square on the bcod when he said that thcra were two theories regarding public representatives; ono that mMwljers are eloctod to think for their constit-ients and th'> other that they are elected to obey the wishes of the people; also that in his (Mr. Bryan's) opinion the latter was the true position of an elected represen-tatiw. i Is not Mr. Uryan taking the two extmnes as the only two theories? Is their not a middle course or rather one a*>sorbing both of his theories. Some matters, ihe more inrpor-1 tant matters, the planks of the plat-j form on which a uwmbcr is elected and to which he has pledged bis support, he is duty bound to support and usually does support; but t^e innumerable small questions, questions which the average man does xicl begin to have any idea of, or tho time to think about, are left to tho ition juodatirn for their guo.sts. Might I also add that it does, not roffuire a. twenty thou.^and dollar hotel to ac-coinmud.itrescntative. Politics probably absorb the greater part ol Mrj Bryan's time and energy, but ho surely does not expect the eighty million people of tho States all to quit their various occupations and to become politicians. It looks to me as if Mr. Bryan's argument is only another party trick by which he hoiiea to have it ar -ranged that every member elect, on aay a democratic ticket shall be compelled in Congress always to vote on the democratic side. No cross voting would be disallowed and conso -qucntly debate tho soul and body of. good Judgment, would fall into disuse, and the power of logi^laition would be regulated entirely into tho hands o( tho bosses of the party who happen to bo in power. But it Mr. Bryan is sincere and is speaking againsit members selling their votes to tho highest bidder, I would sugge�t a simpler method, om with no attendant evils, certainly none so bad as would attend tho following out ol Mr. Bryan's ideas, Let lists be published and circuloitod giving the way every memrber votes on every bill that Is brought be-fore th'3 houso. Tho knowledge that' his constituents were cheering him up and thai he would have to show the reason v liy, wou' i deter many a pledged tvord or the interests of his member from voting contrary io his cons�tituontB (or a nwneiary conitider-ation. I am, Yourn, VOTER precedee the discuBsicn, in which one sot of ukk diliberatcs and another decides, and when those who form the conclusion are perhaps hundreds of miles from ihoas �ho h.:ar the arguments." "Aulhoritive in-struction.?, mandates issued, which the member is bound blindly and implicitly to obey, toi Vote and argue for, though contrary to the clearest convictions of his judgment ond consc encc- thew ai-e things utterly unknown to tlia laws of this land and which arrive from a fundamental mistake of the whole order and tenor of our con -stitution." Now Mr. ICditor these exalted aiui elevating remarks boar just as strong ly on the political situation of our generation, as they did in the day of Burke. You vill pardon this encroachment on your valuable space, but as one deeply interested in ccon- ''P^ much as the birds u.se omic and political problems this question appeals to nio with double force. 1 am. Yours truly, BROWN PIPES. LIVE AND LET LIVE. Editor of tho liorald. In looking ovor tho Herald of last wc�k, I observed so many items about tho Davis House. Speaking in tho most humiliating terms rofeiring to the very Inferior accommodation and it would be such a preposterous idea to grant a license to such a hoUHe as the Davis bouse. Strange to aay your corrsspondents Imvo frequently avked ow to provide accoan- for at the ogo of Ihreo ho was endowed viih his \inifj\iD' and famous eitt of lird warbling. This gift is marvelous, by moa.suring tho vibrations of h-s bird tono.%, and that ho has a ran.i-e ol ten octaivea-thrco higher than the human car can ap-jircciate. Tha lecture presented . by Mr. Kel'ojg is most interesting and inKtruotivT?. li is profusely illustrated with the most' beautiful pictures wnaeinaljfc, many of them iJeing lifu motion pictures 'J he Free l'res.s sjioaking of his lecture in Winnipeg, says:. The lcct\irer h IS certainly a very wonderful gilt in the way of reproducion of bii\l fan.-^s. He was born, as h.i told his aiKlience, in the heart .of .tljc Sierra nionntains of California, two bundled miles from a railway, always lovtuught land at Coaldale and w-ill move up with his family in tho spring. A report was in circulation at I'aber last w��>k that Noil Stalker, iormerly buyer for P. Burns & Co., and now looking after Alex. Robertson's fbeep at Chin Couloe, bod been lost in a storm while walking to Stirling. The Herald nuidc enquiries and found that Mr. Stalkei-rcachod Stirling safe and sound. PICTURE SHOES THAT'S what many of oor new "Qaeen Quality" styles tnieht fitly be called. The makers of ''Queen Quality** Shoes have long enjoyed world-wide tenown for the beauty and orieinality of their shoe styles. But this season's models with their new toe shapes* new heels and new patterns, set a still higher mark. We only ask the opportunity of showing the new styles and demonstrating their superior style and fitting qualities. Prices are $4.00, $3.50 and $3.00. FRED COW & CO. 4+ COXCKilT AT THE CONVENT. K. OF P. AT TABER. C. F. P. Conybearo, O. M. Hatoh, E. Wakely, J. W. Kean ond R.W. Wallace go to Taber to-night to institute la Knight's of Phythias lodge. N. D. Beck, Edmonton; Jas. Short, Calgary; .). F. Fowler, Wotaskiwin; E. .11. Rouleau, Calgary and Jas. McCaig, I'ydntonton, haw boon appointed nvembcrs of the Educational Council of Alberta. MIXARO'S LIXUIENT CURES DIPIITHEIUA. . . Much interest is e^'incod in tho entertainment to Ix! given at the con -vent, next Thursday and Friday by tile boys and girls of tho school. Tho progronrnw is an enticing ono and those who were present at the plaj-8 given la.st winter by the pupils of the same school are telling thefl-fritnds how good that was and how well the actors played their parts. A good programme well put on- that assures an evening of enjojiikont Jn addition to the cantata ''Tlie Flower Queen," there will be two dramas i'Dianiond Cut Diamond," by the bojs and "A Christnias Gambol," by the/girls. The drawing in the rafllo 1:11,. s placo at the close of Friday's euVe.r- ainnient. wa?;ted. A smart boy to learn the printing buslniss. Apply Bit Herald Office iimnc