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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 14,1017 We repair things Right THE LETHBRIDGR daily IIKRalo I'agk iNINK WHEN wie DO YOUR REPAIRING WE WILL DO IT TO LAST. IF WHAT YOU BRING US TO FIX IS NOT WORTH FIXINQ WE WILL TELL YOU SO. WE DO GOOD V/ORK, BUT WE CHARGE ONLY A MODtRATE PRICE FOR OUR REPAIR WORK. TRY US. WHEN YOUR EYES TROUBLE YOU, COME IN AND LET US TE3T THEM. WE WILL FIT YOU WITH THE CORRECT GLAS8E8. ARMSTRONG & R AWORTH FIFTH 8TREET SOUTH .Miss Graco Tinning, of Kcgln;i the guest of Miss Juan Ilroillc. .Mrs., C. T. Wood has us guests, mother and sister, Mrs. Hnrrell Miss Barrett, of Winnipeg.  � � and Mrs. P. .1. Collins Put, arc returning today .Mr. baby, Uiolr homo In Grassy Luke. * � * Mrs. Swart's suction of tho bekahs will moot at her homo, 7tb Avo., tomorrow night at X o' The Red CrosB refreshment tent at the Chautauqua yesterday afternoon did a splendid business with Mrs. A. 0. Saunders in charge, asssited by Mrs. Bletcher, Miss Miriam Stoltze and Miss Lois Brown. Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare was in charge of the sale of ice cream.   . * There will be another collection of wasto paper, rags, and bottles In the first week in September by the Sir Alexander Gait chapter I.O.D.E. An apology must be made that they have not been collected during the holiday season, but tho people are requested to store the above till that date. Clean rags are especially desired. - R3 I \ ^ �{ .j. *5� *� * : L T C.N1 Ottawa, Aug. 14.-Sir Thomas White announced in commons this afternoon that Sir William Meredith, chiof justice of Ontario would act as arbitrator for the government in the taking of the Canadian Northern railway from McKenzle and Mann. It looks as if Thos. Biggs would be the next president of District No. 18, U.M.W. of A. Tho results ot the vote here were made available to the Herald today and are as follows: For president, Biggs 376, Graham 37; for vice-president, Patterson 177, Dickenson 62, Christopher 52, and Ferris 33; for secretary-treasurer, Peacock 178, Brown 91, Johnston 9, France 11, Lote 4, and Carter 14; for auditors, McFndden 43, Unsworth 37, Moore G8, Oakes El and Potter 115; tor teller, Sherman 212, Grindley 7G, Swindle 48, Simister 67, Mor'den 70, Thompson 41, Grant 4G and Hayson 49, Hartley 6^ Menuel 71 and McRoborts 119. With this vote it looks as If Carter, who has been secretary for the past seven years, would be eliminated from that office. It is understood Coalhurst camp went strong for Biggs and Brown for president and secretary. Try Our Ice Cream Soda And with each taste you'll find your thirst slipping away. And When you have finished the big, generously filled glass you'll be refreshed, Invigorated and satisfied. Try It today. THE EMPIRE NEXT ORPHEUM Under management of M. �V *. ftKATON  lid'-�arw^e ^ Wa * ^^^11 (I JOITMIIW jM * We are fully prepared to care for your everyday needs during STAMPEDE YOU WILL FITS'D JUST WHAT YOU WANT AT THE "KAY", AT JUST THE PRICE YOU WISH TO PAY. Our attractive showing of New Ladies' Wear for Fall is very pleasing Wedneeday Shop-Early Specials 59c LADIES' WAISTS In white Voiles, with embroidery trimming-.*, also lace trimmings. All sizes. QQ Wednesday Special ......................�JOC CHILDREN'S DRESSES In checks. Fine quality ginghams. An Sizes G to 12. Wednesday Special .......�JuC LADIES' APRONS Fine Gingham quality. Wednesday Spo-Jial, each .............. LADIES' ALL SILK WAISTS Hemstitched and lace trimmed. yr" All sizes. Extra Special........... . . jj) 1  I J J A PA X ES E MATTIN G 3(! inches wide. Pretty colors. Fino quality, natural. This is now worth -10c a yd. OQ/� Wednesday Special, per yard............ �t JC_ 150 YARDS FINEST ENGLISH TAPESTRY STAIR CARPET 27 inches wide, in assorted designs (t�| and colors. Wednesday special, yard ... �PXmCtO 200 YARDS AMERICAN SILKOLINE 3ft Inches wide. Pretty colors. Fine quality Regular 3,r>c. OJ* . Extra Special, per yard.................CtOC 50 ONLY, ENAMEL TEAPOTS Large size, in grey color. Regular op 49c and 09c. Extra special, each .........�tJC MEN'S LINEN HARVEST HATS Regular 85c. Spocial ......... MEN'S LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR 59c Color whitp. Regular 85c. per garment. Spocial 59c MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS ... $4.75 With belt loops and cuffs Special ................... MEN'S LIGHT WEIGHT COMBINATIONS. .............. 69cUP Broken sizes. Special ......... MEN'S BOX CALF BUTTON AND BLUCIIER BOOTS Wide fitting, with a medium heavy viscolised sole. Sizes (i to 10. A a /jq Wednesday morning, Only ............�P��v�f MINERS "BOOTS With or without hob hailed bottoms, Wide-fitting, with reinforced leather heels. d��l AA Sizes 6 to 10. Wednesday morning ... v Don't Forget! Don't forget to conic and see our stock of GENUINE CALF RIDING BOOTS. These boots have neat appearance as well as the stock to give good wear. TAN CALF BLUCIIER BOOTS Wide fitting and medium toe, a very dressy boot for street wear.