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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta f Af fftfttttf ttt JANUARY WHITEWEAR SALE! Splendid Showing of Muslin Underwear This season's showing of Whitewear surpasses anything we have ever attempted before, sine! 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 trininiiiigs are something wonder' ful to see. Buy your wants from us. B Ladies" Night Gowns In fine quality cotton, made yoke effect, with narrow tucks and lace around sleeves and neck, full size. SPECIAL 75c. Extra, quality fine camfcric full" make, low neck style, trinsmed with la.ce and insertion. fin- ished with lace. Worth SPECIAL........................ Ladies very fine nainsook: gown, trimmed. tri th -4 inch muslin laser tion. also lace and lace insertion, and fine tucks, low neck style. "This is one of our best. Easily worth SPECIAL............... Ladies' Dressing Jackets Fine quality muslin dressing: jack- ets, made with bcx pleats and trim- med with large sailor collar and flaring cuffs of blue and white po'ka dot SPECIAL Ladies dossing jackets, Peter Pan style, made ol fine muslin, with trimmings of pm tucks artel embroid- ery. Thess are swell. Corset Covers Ladies corset covers in white cot- ton, trimmed with embroidery. All sizes, very SPECIAL............... 35c, Ladies fine cam-brie corset covers, tritxrrned with laca and in- sertion. Yoke effect. All sizes-. SPECIAL 75c. Ladies corset covers of allover em- broidery vith ribbon strappings, one of our prettiest and daintiest style. Ladies' Aprons made of fine quality lawn, yokte and straps made of embroidery. SPECIAL ...........................75C Ladies good quaHty muslin aprons with yoke and straps made of same, with or without" bib. Special 8oc. with Ladies' Skirts fine cambric underskirts, made deep inusl in flounce, trimmed three rows of fine lace inser and finished with a iace frill. A lovely garment. Special Ledies skirts of fine made with deep embroidered flounce and three rows of tucks. SPECIAL 95c. Ladies' Drawers Fine -quality drawers', made cambric umbrella with deep muslin Agents for Butterick's Patterns. All lOc. and I5c. now, flounce, trimmed with fine lace and insartioh. Worth Special 1.00. La-dies drawers in fine cotton with rows of tucks and finished with lace SPECIAL 50c. Infants' Slips Made of fine nainsook, trimmed with pin -tucks and h-emS'bitdKng and flounce finished with lace. SPECIAL...........................S1.90 FJne Duality inrants slips, trimmed with vakncieunes laco. and insertion, three quarter leng-th. Special Phone 31 13J ACRES OUR LETTER BOX. To the Editor of the Herald: modaticn for their guests. Might I In your last xveek's- issue, you give also add that it' floes not require a Wm. J. Bryan's opinion of a true twenty thousand -dollar hotel to ac- position of a of the comaiodate l-ha wbfSiitg DIFFER TY1TH 3IR. BRYAX. Just East of j Fair Grounds I West of Railroad Track, at To the Editor of Sisrald. Iu your issue of the 17th inst., you remarked that William Jennings Bryan, the famous Ameri- can politician hit the nail square on the head when he said that there were two theories regarding' public are elected to think for their constit- uents and other browM feghomsand buff orping- I representative. Politics probably -and when those who marvelous, by measuring the vibrat- jtons, wiU be discussed. Don't Per Acre DEALER IN Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties. Room 1, Southard Block Phone 122; ALTA. J absorb greater part of Bryan's time and energy, but he surely does not. expect the eighty the uments million people of the States all to! instructions, quit their various occupations and daUjs issued< whidl lhe inembor to become politicians. It looks to itte as if Mr. Bryan's argument is only another party trick by which he hopes to have it ar ranged that every member elect, on say a democratic ticket shall -be coin- form the conclusion are perhaps -hun-j10ns b's bird tones, and that he dreds of miles from -those who hear has a of ten higher than the human ear can -ap- preciate. The lecture presented by Mr. Jvellogg is most interesting and instructive. It is profusely illustrat- ed with the most' beautiful -pictures it. bound blindly and implicitly to obey, to- vote and argue for, though con- trary to the clearest convictions of many of them being, life his judgment and these motion pictures are things utterly unknown to th-e in Congress- always to vote on ]awa Qf froai a fundarnorrtai the democratic side. No cross vot- order Gnd tcnor of our con FOR SALE. Five-acres improved irrigable land, Wi14i house, stable and a good in small fruits, one mile A half from post office, Boutfco? the fair Apply on the pnorim. tf. A. JOHNSON, ing would be disallowed and conse- debate the soul and body of gvuil judgment, would fail int.o disuse, and the power of legislation would be regulated entirely into th-e hands of the bosses of the party who happen to be in power. But if Mr. Bryan is sincere and is speaking against mem-bers selling vo-tes to the highest I would suggest a simpler method, one with no attendant evils, certainly none sc bid 2.2 ivouM attend t-hc following out of.Mr. Bryan's ideas. Let lists be published and circulated giving the way every member votes on bill that is brought be-fore stitution." Th-a Free Press speaking of his lec- and wh'ich arnivc ture Winnipeg, says: The lecturer of the certainly a very wonderful .gi-rt in t-h-2 Xv-ay of reproducion of bird He..was born, as- ha told h'is aud.'ence, in -the heart of. tho Si-erra Mr. Editor these exalted and constituents were cheering -him up and that he would have to show the reason vhy, wcu" I deter many a pledged word or the interests at" his member from voting contrary to his constituents for a monetary consider- ation. I am, Yours, VOTER. elevating remarks -bear just as strong mountains of California, ly on the political situation of generation, as they did -in the jof Burke. You vill pardon this croachraent on your valuable space, j but as one deeply interested in econ- omic and political problems this question appeals -to me with double force. I am, Yours (truly, BROWN PIPES. LIVE AND LET LIVE. Editor of the Herald. In looking over the Herald of last week, I observed so many items ab- out the Davis House. Spc-akjng- in the most humiliating terms referring to the very inferior accommodation ami it would be such a preposterous to grant ti license such a house as the Davis house. Strange to say your correspondents have fre- quently asked me to provide accoim- -hun- our dred m.iies .from a railway, always day !oved wild animals ;and early, ia fact en- always, possessed his gift for bird songs, lie is able to use throat and lips much as the birds use .throat and and can certainly twitter an-d warble and whistle, chir- rup and chatter, coo' and caxv with the best and musical Among tho solection.s moat enjoyed- were two in which Sir. to piano accompaniment, whistled bird music as. biixJs would render had riil-cjT Jiuiiui.il iiivuS ttuO'ut uni.i'ic. TTc I did some clever human whistling, jtoo, pro-discing two 'and even three -tones at a two pant, rendering of "Ben Bolt." At the Calgary bonspiel, J. Ken- ny's rink, is the only ome left in the Grand i Challenge. Kenny also won in the Walkcrville. A dramatic club may be formed here. John McCann, of Souris, N.D., was in the city last week. He has-Bought land at Coaldale and will move up with -his famjly in the spring. A report was in circulation at Taber lost week that1 Neil Stalker, Tcrrrarly buyer for F. Bums Co., and now looking after Alex. Ro-bert- son.'s sheep at Chin Coulee, had PICTURE SHOES THAT'S what many of our new "Queen Quality" styles might fitly be The makers of Queen Shoes have long enjoyed world-wide renown for bea-uty and originality 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 tr-e new styles and demonstrating their superior style and fitting Prices are and CONCERT AT THE CONVENT. Much interest is evinced jn the en- tertainment to be -given at the con vent next1 Thursday and Friday by jthe boys and girls of tho school. The programme is an enticing one 'and those who were pres-e-nt at the undersigned plays given last winter by the pupils the same school are telling their Tenders for Indian Supplies. been lost in a storm while walking u b fn-cnds how good that was and how to-Stirling. The Herald made en- well th-e actors played parts. A good progransrjj-e1 well put on rling. and found that Mr. Stalker reached Stirling safe and sound. K. OF P. AT TAIJER. Tenders addressed to tha and endorsed "TerKlers for Indian will be received this Dopariment-up to noon on Mond-ay, February 4th, 1907, for -tho delivery of Indian supples during -tho fiscal year ending the 3lst March that assures an evening of enjoyment 1908, at various points In addition to the cantata -''The Flower there will -be two Saskatchewan and m 3 Alberta. WANTED.' A nurse maid. Xourae. Apply .Mrs. C. C.IC: C..F. P. Conybearc, G. 3f. Hatclv, E. N. Wakely, J. W. Kean and R.W. Wallace go -to Taber to-night to in- stitute- ft Kn-ight's of Phythias D. TVeck, Echnon'ton: .las. Short, Calgary: J. F, Fowler. Wetaskiwin; E. H. -Rouleau, Calgaiy and Jas. McCaig, lytlmonton. been ap- pointed members of the Educational Council of Alberta. MUSTARD'S LLSTMENT DIPHTHERIA. CURES tne -oojs end "A C-hristnms. bol." by The drawing in the raffle s plac-e at the close of Friday's t-utor- WASTED. A smart boy to learn printing Apply at1 Herald Office irrcme-diatelv. to the undersigned, Or to th p u 'tllw id (I tommissioner at Winaipog. Tho low- est or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. Secrotfiiy.. of Indian Affairs, Ottawa. N. inserting this advertisement without authority oi' the Department will not be paid. MINARD'S IK LTXIMEXT COWS. CURT2J3 Sheriff Gillespic of Prince Edwarxl Ontftrio, has been He is succeeded by Jas. Gibson: ;