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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IVrrilBlMDGE DATLY T( KHALI) Wodncsdny. Xovcnilwr (I. Seamless Hose Is Worth The Money Kind Can Be yourself, or your household, .only Pen-Angle Hosiery! Because this is tlte kind knit to lit -without a fitting comfort, longer wear, less dnrning, i 110 rips nor bulges. This is the only hose made that really snugs in close and shapely to every.curve of the foot hasn't a yet you are not asked to pay more for it than you have been used to paying for the common kind. KNIGHT SUGAR FACTORY STARR SEASON'S RUN INSIST ON THE Beets arc Honors" j Raymond, N' High this More Wheat Child Started News of Raymond The Knight factory at Haymoud ojt- is yesterday and while, the wiil not be as Inns as lust vl tlif quality of [lu1 prodm-i much .belter. Meets this soa- .1 larger than ever before ami More Wheat Honors Much has beou said about, ibe win- nings of 'Henry Holmes and iWiry Salmon at ilu- world's Dry-Farming I Congress this'ye.ar. Not much has been known of lite, fact that fourth place for buckwheat. the world, was vyar. will I: sou :t liet'u well saved. The sited at ilie factory'lias been full for some or tho grain wore .Meets Bros., whose time and teams are. busy now finish-i farm-is south of town. The variety also taken hy Raymonti. The growers iug up Imtiliniv. It is all will he in the end of I he Tho pxpocu-d ihat sheds hy the -oluny of Bel- Full-Fashioned Seamless Man, woman or child, Pen-Angle Hosiery will fit you better and .suit you best, whatever weight you and whatever color. The store you trade at .keeps.it. Just look for the trademark. Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada Underwear, Sweaters, Hosiery gians whirii S. KUisuu gol 'while ill Kurope last year havo been doing imod work :tiid c-an he nut almost any- j Hit- 1'aeiory or lield, The Jap- art- now rerygnixed ex- j tKTts anil rannoi be surpassed for j work at thinning. topping. t-u-. About i cue hundred Indians been ,1 from the Blood ami other reserves i was Red Fyt'e anrt the judges said the quality was exceptionally sood. Ray-j inond. stood first hefore the wurid at TRADE MARK. LITTLE DARLING" r "LITTLE DAISY HOSIERY FOR, INFANTS AND CHILDREN Omaha. in and tirst mid fourth at LeUibridge iu J9Ii! for the liosi wheat in the, world. This is a rucoi-d hard .to heat. .Messrs. Hroa. ai'rt to be t'ongniuilntoii on their foremost place among- the world's growers. Set1 Alfalfa Stack on Fire What might have a serious j and 10 keep iliem from leaving fre-j lire was narrowly averted (iiient elK'qtip.-i have to 4bo issued.[ haste of several neighbors j Hook keeper Kvans reported to the j Herald tcdity that from the number of cheques he bad issued tlwre must bo :t thousand Indians. Several pieces of beeU have yielding exceptionally well. One Held of 1'iij acres produced three millioi FREIGHT MEN OUTATFERNIE pounds. Workmen have been busj tilling iu the vacant space betweei the iioiJer house and Hie factory completed this will be used fo> the dynamo. The change is .bein; made w avoid loss ut" steam Uetweei the boiler room and'the dynamo, Th. expected, but Hie men on .strike iire the supervision seeia-determined tn-hold out (or a ol J- K- Wlison' secretary-treasury coik-iiiation hoard. aml :i-UI1" of the company. .The hoard of trade meets .tonight; A Telegraphic Grievance to discuss the friMgM .situation, bull AL lbe of Trade meeting held just what fan lie effected at this junc-j Iasi week George H. Budd complained IS COMPLETE AT STA- :TION3 IN'THE MOUNTAINS ture is problematical. CALGARY SUSPECT AT OTTAWA Ottawa, Nov. 4. Robert w. Robert- son, the alleged pal bi: Fred Williams, alias Jimmy Tonny, whom tlio Oua'w; iiolk-f are now U'ying to connect will handlers here is n Calyary -murder iwo months ago J tfie ees in that depaumciit j pleaded guilty :to a. charge of thef ing out. j this morning, and after being iu jai N.ine meu arr idle and Station Ag- i fo'" tea days, was again remand (Special to 1he Venue, Nou -l T "i s.triKc ed al the request of Deter.tive liyar for another week. This last remain: riit Reading lias- his ..troubles t things goniH 'I Iiib morning, tliu i on and ofi the trains wis j appears to be a further attempt, of til handled In a couple ol Dadoes, under I Oitawa police to secure additional ev ihe direction of hut; idenco iu connection with the prisoner UIEU ilid nol .seem to enior their j jn the Perth jail. Telephone messages from franbtook; report a complete walk-out le.'i the siipuintendcnt to take, can of baggage and with, the; of one or two roustabout" WHERE ARE HIS FRIENDS Toronto, .local poli have lief'n askf'd hy provincial police of British Columbia to locale nil :has been falling ivfth the snow alrcudv on I are deeidrdh freight trams a) e ing as; usual anil uains arc not >-mtcrierod ilav and! relatives of "Red Peters. !li: Suiiimcrln whose B.C., 24. T-.-rer-oii ran a livery llle iu Toronto :nnl at lire rime of his death was a teamster in a railway has utcn place .md none 'coustruL-tlon CanadianNortherii Steamships, Ltd. ;ANNOUNCE Xmas Excursion Rail Rates From the West in Connection with THE ROYAL LINE Most direct ronie lo Bristol r.ondoii mid thf Continent. Tickets on sale November 7th lo Dec'.'inber incluaivo, with mouths'from date ot" issue. thai Raymond was not on'the West- ern Union Telegraph company'.; vice for night lettergrams.' This means tluu a night letter from the south must be re-sent from Stirling at tlie regular day charge. Commis- sioner Leach is taking the matter up and will endeavor to have all towns 011 the Cardston branch brought '.meter the special night rate. The omission of these towns probably results 'from the fact tlm the telegraph line has recently been installed and the addi- tion of the places meiiiioue.il is only matter of time. cue Satur- day afternoon. A little girl, the daughter of Thos. T. Mendenhall, j while playing around a stack ol alfalfa! at her father's home, set it on live with mutches, and in a few moments' the whole was iu a blaze. Fortunate- ly no buildings were against the stack! and water was hauled in barrels to' prevent spreading to ihe outbuild-1 ings and house nearby. The chemical! vMigine was brought out but was not! used. j Mr. Hawkins Leaves Raymond .las. Hawkins, a member of Ray-: town council, has leased J farm of Nels Anderson at Barnwell: for two years and will move shortly! and take up residence there. Mr. Au-j derson goes on a two years' mission and .Mr. Hawkins will work the place! la his absence. Both be and his fam-! ily will be missed from Raymond. .Mr. i Hawkins retires ibis year from the; council. At the public' school on Fridaj series of Hallowe'en concerts we're j held in the different departments. The- live primary rooms held their enter- tainment together tne higher grade had concerts in their owii j rooms. Parents, of. the children-were' uvited and the rooms specially de orated. After-the entertainment ii doors :the children played games on side. For Dainty Children Hosiery plays a very important part m the dress of a child. 'A well-fitting stocking oi! dainty material and pleasing color adds beauty to the.simplest frock. Buy '-'-Little Darling" or "Little Daisy" .hosiery for your children. They will look smarter and feel much more 'comfortable, because the stockings are made of the wool of Australian lambs__ soft and hygieuically on tWo most improved machinery. "MTTOIR silken heel and too, All sizes for Infants up to seven year. "iiidre" Tour doalnr can supply you. Cost.no.more than Inferior hinds. i.ook lor the "Sunshine" Trade Mark on the ticket. The Chipman Holton Knitting Co., Limited Hamilton, Canada MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELLAND, ONT. ORGANIZED A WOMAN'S INSTITUTE PRACTICAL OUTCOME OF VISIT OF "MIXED FARMING" IAL AT VULCAN Good Going on ROYAL GEORGE tons) From Montreal, Nov. 13 r CHRISTMAS SAILINGS EDWARD (12.000 tons) From Halifax, Nov. 27th ROYAL GEORGE (12.000 tons) From Halifax, Dec. IHh Berih rcservatiuns and full information from any vuilwuy or steamship -age-in or write A. H. DAVIS, GENERAL AGENT. Scott Block, 272 Main Street, Winnipeg, Man. Vulcrau, Xov. special train ut out by the Department of Agri- leulLure, spoilt Tuesday afternoon'here, j CJreat interest was shown hy tlte j hi rye numb fir present in the various j lines of mixed tanning, demonstrated on the train, as well as the lectures jjivou by Hon. Duncan Murshnll, llin- ister of Agriculture, and other com- petent speakers aloiig agricultural iine.s, -slock raising, poultry raising; GOVERNMENT WILL HAVE THE FLOOR PRIVATE BILLS NOT SO NUMER OUS EXCEPT, GOVERNMENT BILLS HEAVY etc, A number of ladies turned out. to Jnstitute work. It was dc- cidt-d to organize an Institute hero Ottawa, Xov, the preset] indications there will not be a pai Jc.iilariy long list of private bills u the forthcoming session of. parliament The exception, however, i-5 tile divorce cases, .which number 30 so far, aud thus exceed all records. The coun try is now covered with blanket rail way charters, but while a large num- ber of the concerns will seek time iiMious, few new lines are iu pros- Miss Steven on f What may be lacking in the private legislation, however, will he more than made up hy the extensive nifl tlio following officers lyere government hills. The Bank joiuu-d: President, lira. A. is now being tinally revised and vice-presidents, .Mrs. Kcker. Mrs. with it a bill for the inrrottnc- Winter Excursi ROUND TRIP FIVE MONTHS LIMIT On Sale Daily, Nov. 7th. to Dec. 31st FROM ALL.RAILWAY STATIONS MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN. ALBERTA AND THE KOOTENAYS GREAT BRITAIN. IRELAND, SCAHIOJNAVIATAND THE CONTINENT CHRISTMAS SHIPS St. John--and Liverpool Empress Fri, Nov. 29 Empress cf Fri. Dec. 13. Empress of .Ireland Fri. Dec. 27 For reservations or berths or fur- ther any. railway J. S. CARTER, GenM Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man, ST. LAWRENCE SAILINGS Empress of Ireland Fri. Nov. 1 Lake Champtain ......Sat. Nov. 7 Empress of Britain Fri, Nov. 16 L.ike Manitoba.....Wed. Nov. 20 Extra Sailings to London-- Mount Tempie Sun, Nov. 17 Lake Michigan Sun. Nov, 20 Last Sailing from St. Lawrence ItauneKi and Mrs. 0. L. McPherson; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. A. Mitchell, wit a un addliioiKil executive com- mit lee of ten mem hers. j Tlic Vulcan I-tramatic society gave j their Ilrst pcrfoi-inanrii of the season I on Monday evening in the Oddfel-1 lows" hall. Tin: evening's enlftrtain-j ('0115-iKtod of two .short plays, t a .simple of the Civil war, held the interest of the woll-Jilleii hoii.se from the outset mid the acting throughout reflects great red it on the club. Those who took part Miss K. Douglas, .Mr. 10. Clark. .Mr, R. W. Glower, .Mr. L. Shaw and .Mr. H. Hiskuih. "The Dear De- a one-act comedy was full of nor mid very cleverly played. TUo characters Miss, 'Shaw, Mis-.-.' igliis, .Mr. (Jlovor. .Mr. Ciimphell, .Miss Mr. (ilovnr, Campbell and -Mr. Wiclmr. are look- injr forward to other affairs of this'kind from the Dnunatic Married hi Mijjh Itiver, on Nnvtm- lier 2, AlisK Dickonson anit .Mr. I-Ved Hobsion, both of nlciin. tion of savings bunks. CZAREVITCH IS IN BAD SHAPE BLOOD HAS ORGANIC DEFECT AND HAS TUBERCULOSIS IN THE LEG London, Xov. 5. Si. 1'ctoriv bnrg corresjiondcnt of The Thnps says long awaited statement regarding the Czarevitch's illness causps deep consternation air.'onc; the Hussians. Kvcn to the uninitiated mind it, is evidfrtil that the 1'rincess' condition is likely to cause much oimely the future. The doctors are -still vt-ty pesslti: tic ntid the carefully worded report unhappily leaves little doubt tlut the patient, Kufi'ers jm organic defect n tin! blood and doubtless also tubercu- losis in tbp leg. The Turkish city being battered by Bulgarian Artillery. WANT THE EDITORS TO GIVE EVIDENCE! I HOtiations were proceeding no evi- dence was given to show that the MEN WHO CRITICISED MARCONI Marconi system was capable of scnd- AGREEMENT ASKED TO GO inp: lift-v a minute as per the onlruct with the post ofllce aa ihe i experts had not inspected the Mar- coni stations. INTO BOX on six stations apart from tlio ton j FROM INDEPENDENT BODY per Vent, royalty on the gross THcoijits Toronto. Xov. county corn -stipulated-in the Marconi contract. growers will form a co-operative asso- lit- acknowledge that while the tie- j and will break away from tlio corn growers' which covers also the notinties of Kent, and hamhton. A des- paich today, uskcd for tho support of the Ontario and the Min- ister of Agriculture promised consiifcr- atioii. BARNARDO GIRL'S DEPRAVITY -Hope, Out., 'Nov. Pattertion, a coal and -wood merchant, and a wanien of St. John's Anglican! Church, had his preliminary honrlng, bctnro Chief Aliiglfltniio White today, I on a cluirRc jircferrod iu behalf of Harnurdo Homo girl. On cross-eXani- inntion, the girl could not support her story, and Mr. PaUtrnpn ncqultt. nd. She- Implicated Hohert.'llill. of this 'town, howevor, and {.-11111- miUnd for trlfcl. Storm Doors Storm Windows I'm up on the ahortont notice. A. W. JONES General London, Nov. Uie end of yes- terday's session of the select com- mittee which is iiuiuiring into the yovernineiu agreement with the Mur- coni lo establish a wireless ytation, Sir Alb-ori. Spicer, chair- man. anuouiiced that the committee would welcome evidence regarding the purely business side of the agreement From the editors and writers wlio criticised it. j Tlio oommiUoo at a later dale, w summon tlio. editors and writers of newspapers and magazines who have made allegations of irregularity and corruption In connection with the agreement., This announcement folltfwed tho conclusion of tho testimony ot Sir Alex King, of the post ofllco, who, replying to qw.'Htions by Mr. Amery, said the total cosl, of a Mar- eon! duplex station including the. site was about as against an en- timatft of for :i station under the PotilEton system. Ho inlmitttid liiat tlio difference be- jrWcjBu. .ihe two -estimates ,wap ;