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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -_, Friday. 1912. HERALD 11 FAULTLESS FITTING Footwear For Fall Shoe reputation, is .valuable. The reputation of the "Just Wright" shoe for men is one of the most valuable assets in the shoe trade. Men buy the "Just Wright" shoe because they canjrely on that reputation. For business, for semi-dress and for full dress in all. teiithers, you can not get better- style, Jit ,or value than: you will; if you buy the Just Wright Shoes for Men DUKES VISIT CAUSES RIVALRY Vancouver Council at Odds with Military As To 'Whose Home Will Be, Used As a Residence for the Governor General Vancouver, _Aug. tin: ed more particularly by the Mayor recent announcement of' the appoiut- nt ot A. O'.'Mcftac, as Honorary Colonel ,Dukc of Comiaugut'-s Own Hcgimeiit of Vancouver, is an interesting story of the rivalry be- t-Mi the ciuc and mlitarj- leaders of, Vancouver for the honor, of enter- taining the Go.vernoi'-General. For 'ki> tin, officers of tile regiment uho art) prominent on the entertainment committee have been making arrange- along the line of having the vice-regal party, the guesLs of Col. McRae iu his'.magnificent mansion at Sh lutslmesiy Heights but Mayor illav is strenuousU opposed to the plans of the military men and o Imve ibe arrangements admiuister- and 'Aldermen To this eml Mayor Kindlay has se- lected tiie .Nelson street residence of Alderman Rogers, a capitalist. house is a fine 'one, though not com- paring with _C'ol. McRae's. To the latter tlie Mayor takes the technical objection that it is not within the city of Vancouver. .Curiously .enough the city boundary runs through Col: Mcfiae's lawn and even cuts off the corner of his house. ft is that an arrangement whereby the Duke a bed-room that is might he mado could sleep in mostly wJtbin, the city limits, if that would satisfy the Mayor. Anyway, thfi row is regarded good joke and the whole town is talking, about it. n'ovcr tire of the ''.Just Wright" because they are made right-, and they stay right. i It's finite a 'feat to make glad feet. uy Jurj Shoes I And yon will'.have ten happy toes and a pocket book that won't squeal HUFNER, The Shoeman Sole Agent. Beside P. Burns and Co. OIH- Repair Department is in charge of Experts. DpmjniQij 1 Government to Erect Btuldin (Continued from front Besides these, there are all t' State, district and individual exhibit and just what the Board of Control i tends to do to provide accommodatio for them is about as -hard a que to answer as what to do with tl crowds of visitors which will throii the city during the week Co gress, A B. C. Building Bri'tish Columbia Is noted for i lumber and its fruit, and they are e: deavoring now to induce the B.C. luti bermen. to provide the'lumber for th erection of a unique building to hous that province's exhibit, and it loqli as If the proposition would be carrle through successfully. Both Chairman Downer and Mr JCicol expressed themselves as premiums have not been announced, hut when- ever one is promised it will be in keeping with the others, and addition- al class-as will be' provided wherever a suggestion is offered that, insures competition. The special and sweepstake classes arranged for to date are as followi General exhibit ''of garden iiroduets grown -by a woman., Products roust have been grown on homestead of exhibitor; oueh to thy m'orld: .Perfection wick, blue flam-a oil cooking stove, value ?18, donated by the Imperial Gil Co., Ltd., Lethbridge agency; second, International Red Rib bon. Individual exhibit of jelly and fruit in glaas, imt up by a: farm 'woman, open to the world: "Wear roast- er and steam cooker, complete, doiiai- ed by the Aluminum Cook in y UtweU Compam, New Kensington, Pa.; iee- ond, international Red Ribbon. I Collective exhibit of domeitlc icf ence work, from an agricultural col- lege or public school Board of Control Troplu andp Internji- tlonal Blue Ribbon; second, tional Red Ribbon Collective exhibit of work from JL home: economics .society: Letbhrldjge Board of Control Irophy and Intet- Ribbon; second, national- Red Ribbon. I Collective exhibit of jell> and frulj; Iu glass bj farm wonren of one borhooil (arranged like a district dif- five) Standard Agricul- tural Library of nine Yolumes donat- Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto, Ont, publlsheis ot Dr John A. treatise and International'Blue" Ribbon, ond, International Red Rijbbon. Collective exhibit of dried fruits bj farm women of one neighborhood Set of books, value donated by Kenny Allen, the book store, Letb- brldge, Alta, and international Blue rtibbon; --second. ill boon. Individual exhibit of dried fruits by a farm woman. SIher and fruit basket, value by Rawortli Jewelry Co, Lethlmdge, and In- ternational Blue Ribbon, second, In- ternational Ribbon; Moet artistic exhibit, dotigned.aud decorated by a fnim woman (general display under all sidered) Set of silverware, value donated by B A Bwart, jeweler, Leth-bridge, Alta, and Intel national Blue Ribbon, iecond, international Red Ribbon. Moet artistic, yet imp lest, child's outfit of drees, petticoat and panU for farm child, between 2 and 6 years, modest color, style and finish to considered New Procew Gasoline Range, 7B, burner, oxen and boilei complete donated by the Hayr Ca, Alta., and International'Blue Rlbboa; second, International Red Ribbon. Entrj blanks wil be sent upon re- quest bv letter.or postcard to Mrs, lohn T Burns, .IQfaO, Alberta, Canada. An Early, ner and traverse the whole system. Aboard Hatch, and the council, Superintendent Reid his fcfaff, Lhe Hoaid of Kxecuthp, the press of .the tit> and tHe, clergy- men of all The other three darh will given to tin The electricians am also Uic Of pubhc mt the eitv Souvenir tickets of the trip Morning from front that scort' bus> making final connections be- o which leit passengers as remcmbraneff of 'the occasion Tomorrow v Leth- bridge ill be a btreet car Sergt. Major Jas. P. Smith of the Essex Fusiliers'.has appointed'to tbe provincial.police. Certaman results beca use purest in quality; try it and ;