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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta o    wing f Muslin erwear This seasonjs 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 and are all of the most reliable make and finish These goods ful to Buy your wants from The styles are all of the daintiest and the trimming bought direct from the manufacturer something wonder i Ladies' Night Gowns In fine quality cotton, made yoke effect, with narrow tucks and laco around sleeves and nock, full si to. SPECIAL .............................. 75c. Extra quality fine cambric gown, make, low nock stylo, trimmed with lace and insertion, sleeves finished with lace. Worth $1.76. SPECIAL......................... $1.30. Ladies trimmed flno nainsook gown, with 4 inch muslin in.ser - tion, also Ineo and mco inwtion, awl fino tucks, low nock stylo. This cno of our best. Easily worth $3.25. SPECIAL ............... $2.75. Ladies' Dressing Jackets Kino quality muslin dressing Jackets, made with hex pleats and trimmed with large sailor collar and i flaring cuffs of blue and u-hlto polka dot silk. SPECIAL ............... $1.40 Indies dressing'Jackets,-peter pnn stylo, made of fine muslin, with trimmings of pin tucks? And embroidery. The*? are swell. SPECIAL "J.no r Corset Covers Ladles cornet covers in white cotton, trimmed with embroidery. �bes. very SPECIAL ............... ;lr.c. Ladies fine camhric cornet rnwrs, trimmed with vnhmeieu lace nnd in- n. Yoko effect. Hi/vs. ^ 1 1 #\ Ij ............... ............ i \iC Ladle* corset of allover cm- l.rordory with ribbon strappings, one of our prettiest and daintiest style. SPECIAL ........................... $1.25. Ladies' Aprons made of Ane quality lawn, yoto and straps made of embroidery. SPECIAL ........................... 75c ladies good quaftty muslin aprons with yoke and straps made of same, with or without bib. Special 85c. Ladies' Skirts Very fine cambric underskirts,made with deep muslin (lounce, trimmed with three rows of lino lace in^er -tion nnd fin Mini with a luce frill. A lovely garment. Special 92 75 Ladies skirts of fine cambric, made wi;h deep embroidered flounce nnd three rows of tucks. SPECIAL 95c. Ladies' Drawers Fino quality cambric umbrella drawers, made- with deep muslin flonniv, 4 rimmed with fin^ bice and inwTtion. Worth SI.75. Special 1.00, Lu.iies drawers in fliv cotton with rows 0f tiwkrt and finished with laco trlmmlnp. y-PED \ I, .......... r,0 1' no quality in ants slips, trimmed with vul.ncUmes iACe nnd insertion, throe quarter length. Special 81.(15. Agents Butterick's Patterns. 10c. and I5c. now. Phone 31 A  OUR LETTER BOX differ wt-rn mil iirvax. Just East of Fair Grounds West of Railroad Track, at f : Per Acre 9 R DOBBIN DEALER IN Alberta Lands and Ltthbridgu t Properties. Room 1, Southard block Phone 122. LETH BRIDGE, ALT A. FOR SALE. Tiw acrw improved irrigable land, wHfc bouse, stable and M-orchouao. a good start in small fruits, one milo *t>d a haU Irom poet office, south of the fair grounds. Apply on the a. A. JOHNSON, iMhbridg* To the Editor of Lethbr,\dge Ilurald. Sir,-la your issue of the 17th Inst., you remarked that William Jennings Bryan, the famous American politician hit the nail square on thu h�\d wh.n he said that there w.*re two theories regarding public reprcflc ti t atives; one t ha t nknn'bcrs are uLxtcd to think for their constituent a nnd th* othjr that they are elected to o'vy the wishes of the people; also that in his (Mr. Jlryan'h) opinion the latter was tho true position of an elected tntivo. Js not Mr, Bryan taking the two extremes as the only two thcories? Is their not a middlo course or rather one absorbing both of his theor-Sonie nwtters, the more important mutters, the planks of the platform �,n which a member is elected I and to which he has pledged his support, he is duty bound to support and usually does support; but the innumerable small iproMJons, mietrt-ions which the average man does not 'begin to have any idea of, or tha time to think about, are left to the honesty and matured judgment of a representative. Politics p rot ably absorb the greater part of Mr� Bryan's time and energy, but ho surely tiocs not expect tho eighty million people of the States all to (piit their various occupations and to become politicians. it looks to mo as jf Mr. Bean's argument is only another party trick by which he hojies to have it ar -ranged that every memlwr elect, on say a democratic ticket shall I*) compelled in Congress always to vote, on the democratic side. No cross voting would I*) disallowed and conse -quvntly debate the soul and body of good judgment, would fall into disuse, and the power of legislation would be regulated entirely into tho hands of the bosses of the party who happen to bo in power. Uut if Mr. Bryan is sincere and is speaking against members selling their votes to the highest bidder. X would suggest a simpler method, onj with no attendant evils, certainly none so bad as would attend tlw following out of Mr. Bryan's ideas. Let lists be published and circulated giving the way every member votes on every bill that is brought before thy house. The knowledge that his constituents were cheering him up and that ho would have to show the reason v hy, won' J deter many a pledged word or the Interests of his member from voting contrary to his constituents for a monetary consideration. 1 am, Yours, VOTER. To the Alitor of tho Herald: In your last wtvk's issuj, you give Win. J. Bryan's opinion of a true position of a representative- of thj 'people. You remarked that Ii2 h.t I the tnul on the head. ; This is Iv.iinuiid JSurk^'s opiv'.on. Is jit not n manlU-r theory* "'His an-stituents wishes ought to have weight with him. their opinions Ir^h .respect; their business unreinittvd ut-tention. It is his duty to saerifi�*� . his repose, his pleasure, his satisfactions to theirs, and al;ove all. ever, and in all cases, to prefer vh.-ir ^ ; interestsio his own. But h's un ,ias i*d opinion, his ma lure judgiiKMit. h.s |enlighteiie*ni not his industry only, hut h.H judgnvnt, an i (ho betrays instead of serves you ii h-sacrifices it to jour opinion. "My worthy colleague says h.s will ought to l^e subservient to yours If that be alt the th.ng is inuoc nt. If govenaiient were a matter n d'liberates an) another decides, and when those who 'form tho conclusion are perhaps hundreds of miles from thosj who h ar the arguments." " Authoritive Instructions, mandates issued, which the member is tbound blindly and implicitly to ol*\v. ! to> vote and argue for, though c�m-j trary to tha cleaivst convictions of (his judgment and coihc ence- ih.^o 4 jare things utterly unknown to the laws of this land and which arrive from a fundamental mistake of ttu* whole order and ttnor of our con -stitution" Now Mr. JOJitor these exalted an.i elevating remarks bear Just as strong ly on the political situation of our | generation, as they did in the day of Burke. You v ill pardon this encroachment on your valuable space, but as o��2 LIVE AND LET LIVE. Editor o! tho Herald. In looking aver tho Herald of last week, I otseived so many items about tho Bavis Uouho. Speaking in tho most humiliating term* referring to the very inferior accommodation and it would be such a preposterous idea to grant a license to such a house aH the Davis house. Strange to say your correspondents have frequently asked nw to provide acco/m- i 1 CHA5.0.KEU06G, tmk bird man KELLOi;, TilE NATl'HAUKT. Mr. Keilo^g, who will give his won- d/M'ul ill ust rated lecture entitUnt Some of \nt ure's Secrets," in Wes- 1. y Chunh m Monday evening is a. 1 orn naturalist-especially a bird natiiral>t. ft seems that nature p.-onJIy s-ieotNt hint for this work. ior at the n.^o of ilir.s? he was onflow vd vi.h his vmiipie und famous l,iii of bird warbling. This gift is m irv elous, by measuring tho vibrations of h s bird tones, and that he hn* a n�n.ve of ten octaves-three hb.hvr than the human car can np- jiivciatThi� leet ure presented hy Mr. Kcl o:g is most interesting and instructive. It is profusely illustrat-t-l with th? most' beautiful pieturen imaginable, many of thorn being lifo 1 motion pictures w 'i h,- 1-Yt e Bi'i'ss s(leaking of his lecture in \V'n!ilpeg, says: The lecturer h is certainly a very wonderful gilt in tlu way of reproducion of bird ion.>. Ho was born, as h.� told his ai.d.eme, in the la-art of the Sierra mountains of California, 1m*o hundred miles from a railway, always loveil wild animals.and early, in faet always, possessed his gift for bird songs. Ho is able to use throat and bps much hh the birds use throat and beak, and can certainly twitter and trill, warble and whistle, chir -rup und ehaU'T, coo and caw with the U*�t and most elaborate musical artists of the fenlhvred trlltos, A mom; tlu seijctions most enjoyed war.! two in whicli Mr. Kellogg, to piano accompaniment, w hist led bird music as birds would .Vender It had they human ideas about music. Ho did souw c!e\er human whistling, too, producing two and even three tones at once, and gUing a two part rendering of "Bin Holt." Poultry Meeting. A meeting of thj poultry direct >rs was lu*ld last Tuesday nifcht, ,|. K. Clarke, pres.. In tho chair. A lively interest was man fes-ud in all p�r -tain ng to the coming fair to Ixi he-Id on Feb. 13. It was d.tcid. nulling which will be \t ane deliver- \ai on each fowl. Marred and ulnte j rock, brown leghorns* and bufT orping- tens, will be discussed. I>cn*t miss it. club may l� formed ' ~r At the Calgary bonsptel, J Kenny's rink, is the only cne left in th� Grand .Challenge. Kenny also won >n the Walkervlllo. i A dramatic ho re. John McCtuin, of Souris, N.H.. was in the city last week. lie has tought land at Ooaldale and will move up � with his family in the spring. A report was in circulation at Taher last week that Neil Stalker. formerly buyer for V. Hums & Co.. and now looking after Alex. Robertson'* fr'haep at Chin Coulee, had SIS J L PICTURE THAT^S what many of styles micht fitlv be ^Quccn Quality" Shoes have long enjoyed world-wide renown lot the beauty 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 the new styles and demonstrating their superior style and fitting qualities. Prices are $4.00. $3.50 and $3.00. FRED GOW COXCKUT AT THE CONVENT- .Much interest is evinced in lha en-tertuinmwnt lo Iw given at the con -wnt next Thursday and Friday hy the boy* and girls of the school. Tho programing is an enticing one and those who were pre�e^\t at tlu� plays ghen last winter by thj pupils been lout in a .tarm whlln walking "'^ whT* ar. }\cc\it F/ibnonton; das. Short. Calgary: F. Fouler, WVtaRkiwin; K. II. lionleaii, Calgary and das. McCaig, J'Almonlon, haw >>een appointed intiul>crR of the Educational Council of Alberta. well the actors played their parts. A good programme' well put on- that assuivs an evening of eu)oymeut Jn addition to the cantata ''Tlu* Flower Qtavn." th^re will ):e two dramas '"Diamond Cut Diamond," hy tho bo>s and "A ChriMmaH (!am- hol." hy ih-j fiirls. The drawing in the rallie 1h..h place at th.� close of Friday's ou-er- ' ncce]iieit. 'a'nnient. Scaled T*nlers addre�se�, Popart mom Df rJjUJan Affairs, v r ;