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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Xwvttin'ter TTTK DAILY wB LITTLE DARLING" "LITTLE DAISY" HOSIERY FOR, INFANTS AND CHILDREN ONLY TWO STRAY BALLOTS AG AINST BIG INDUSTRIES AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, Nov. a vote of to 2, tlie people of Medicine Hat ycstunliiy endorsed agreements with the Maple Leaf Milling To., the Manitoba and Ontario' Milling Co., and tlm Wutusklwin l'o. for Uic location of these industries here. The first; two mentioned means the establishment of two mills with a (capacity of seven thousand barrels a j day each and an expenditure of a million dollars each. These, with the big Ogllvlc Milling Co. now near- HOI WT FOR 1 Every Pair Perfect >You can 'depend on every pair of Little Dai-ling" or Little 'Daisy" stockings being perfect. Strict supervision is maintained over every process from tli'e -knitting on the most modern machinery to the final inspection (before the1" Sunshine" trade mark goes on. Little Darling" and Little Daisy" .stockings have given absolute satisfaction for. over 10 years. You will find them the ideal hosiery for your comfortable, hygienic. "I3.TFKB Has silken heel and toe. All sizes for Infants up to seven yean iVel, ana children under twelve. Pink, Sky Blue, Cardinal. Black, Tan and Cream. T-Our dealer can supply you. Cost no more than Infarior kinds Look for the "Sunshine" Trade Mark on the ticket. The Chipman HoJton Knitting Co., Limited Hamilton, Canada MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELLAND, ONT. ing completion, establishes ior lledi- sine Hat the position of the- .milling q :entre of Western Canada. llle The Hedding and Mat- tress Co. will employ over I vent y- I five men on the start, with pl.ius for j'niany threat cr" developments in the fu- i ture." j An agreement was also signed by the city council last night with Oeo. Siliinan, of Spokane, for the eslab- jlisliment of a plant here, manufactur- j ing galvanised steel grain bins and; j wagon boxes, which pronvises to he a j very large and important concern. j Medicine Hat's natural gas asset the drawing can! for this industrial activitv. IDAHO MAN HELD UP FOR DAYS ON RETURN FROM THE CONGRESS Spokane, Nov. Daily Oliron icto says: "Branding the United States custom officers. at the boun- dary as 'Insolent, and u 'humiliation to all Americans who have occasion to return to the United States from James W. Jones, of the bureau of immigration, labor and statistics of the state of Idaho, returned from tire Dry-Farming Con- tri'PKK ;il blOOll his eye and.a. line of talk about the customs that might curl thcj Sam's representatives ONTARIO 10 00 THEIR CALGARY RATEPAYERS WILL BE ASKED.FOR JO EN- LARGE THE PLANT Calgary, Nov. Calgary is go- ing into the municipal paving busi- ness with energy "next year, as the CALGARY COMMISSIONERS RE- .COMMEND SPENDING HALF MILLION ON ENLARGING FACILITIES Calgary, Nov. city com- missioners yesterday recommended to the City Council, a bylaw appropriat- ing for improvements to the municipal street railway system for Of this iium is recom- mended for new street car lines, to- talling ten and one-halt miles. For double-tracking other lines, it is TC- commfiuded that the sum of be appropriated. The commissioners also recommend the purchase of 24 double truck cars, six trailer cars, and much other equipment. The municipal street railway earn- ings for the current year will run well over net. city commissioners yesterday recom- 'mended to tho City Council that a by- law be submitted to the people appro- priating for an additional unit to the present .municipal plant. It has been demonstrated that Iho pre- sent plant, which got into operation late this fall, can lay asphaltic. pave-, men I Cor a scjuare yard, while; the big paying corporations charge i all the way from 52.22 to a aboiit.oiif insolent officers' ohl7too square yard. Tho commissioners fonncMa the London, Nov. Koyal Col- GLENGARY RANCH HAS TACKED onial Institute-opened its-winter sea- ON CANYON son this evening with a dinner and RAIQP c-mrv meeting at the Whitehall rooms. Earl 5t bTOCK Grey, president of the institute, pre- sided and the Hon. 'G. E. Foster was the principal speaker. Other notahle Glaresholm, Nov. 13.-Another hig attendants were deal has just been put through wliere- L- Sltton, Hon. Malcolm Moore, lately b( St. Glair; Mackenzie Lord plunkelt, Hon Sir -1Ilclllsan, who purchased Glengarry Arthur Law-ley, Sir H. Haggard W comprising some acres K. George, K. G. ton Griffiths. Hon. Mr. Foster, Collmar and Nor- in the course 01 from Mackenzie and Mann some fif- teen months ago, has also purchased the Canyon Ranch comprising (5500 "'I was detained in Spoka-ne sev era! -days awaiting the whims of th United States'customs states Mr. Jones. 'Every exhibitor from th States had nothing', -but pleasant re collections of the courteous, decen treatment accorded us by the Cannd ian customs men, and., were equall) unanimous in condenvnation of our hu. millation because, of the arrogant in- solence and contlned demands that [plainly, sounded like jiiBt common graft by the United States customs men, when we returned. 'At Eastport, on the boundary; not one of the United States inspect- ors wore a a cap such as the newsboys wear, and that was perched on. the back of their heads, as they ransacked the -baggage. "'Lady passengers would shrink to the opposite side o'fttho car as their baggage was gone through. 'They wore no coata, greasy flan- nel shirts, small badges not easy to see, a-nd, worst of.all, an insolent air and attitude toward every one that caused one to feel that they had made a wager to forever Jive up to their reputation for discourtesy. 'My car of Idaho exhibits was set out of the train at Eastport, with the threat that it might be detained there for a week, but .I came on through. Had it .not -been, for the loyal assist- ance of the C. P.. H. men I might have been detained at Spokane anoth- er four days. 'The subject has become entirely too grave for us to treat the matter as a joke when our.'friends, who are citizens of .another country, chide us APPLES A Carload on track Today AHNumberOne Place your order with us At Once Varieties and Prices Ontarion Spy, per bbl. Baldwins, King, per bbl, Pewakies, Fallwalks Talman-Sweets, Snow Ruisets, Greenings The Bentley Company Limited claim that the municipal plant wil be able to lay aBphalt fcr less than ?2.00 a square yard, when it gets Into full operation." FORTUNATELY ENGINEER .-ACT- ED PROMPTLY AND NO PAS- SENGER WAS INJURED train N7o. 12, Kingsgate to North at 11 his introductorv thi 'VL. nohinson. The Can-1 ,'05 yon Ranch adjoins Glengarry unk "loiinug instean ot D.JO. various influences .for the unification of the, empire, wrought by literature, science and art. in thi will make Mr. Moore's holdings i T.h" cause of the delay was that En- lis part some acres. The C'- into a rpc.k vice. "'Thousands of Americans are ev- day apologizing for it, but it is tlnie-Uiat-we reached higher up, for protests and complaints lira always lodged .behind-some vicious order nl-j leged to come frcm higher ujj. A CANDIDATE PEOPLE OF MA PREMIER SEEMS FAVORABLE TO CREATING FEDERAL DIS- TRICT'SAME AS WASHINGTON Ottawa, Nov. Uorden today informed civic delegation Montreal, Nov. .Doyen, real estate -dealer, was nominated against whicl, upon llim that a com. HOT. LOU.S Coderre, at Hochelasa to- rtmcc counci, ,s is the appointed at, early date to consid- is the lopresen alive of the lllc thc creatjon o[ Hie in the bya-election. He opposes j a MsMc{ io inclullc kind of contribution, emergency and somc o( Ulc territory. "......j The premier stated that he was fav- orable to the proposal of a federal uistrict, but he did not favor the pro- position as outlined by the citv, a fedcral district with a municipal form of government. This, In: thought, would only serve to give the govern- ment added responsibility without control of the expenditures. The prime minister also referred to the question which has been the cause of a couple of typhoid epi- demics and intimated that the citv should lose no time in getting this matter attended. The mayor, in re- ply, st.itod that most rapid progress was being made and that within two weeks at. thc least a new supply ol water would be secured. or otherwise, to the navy by Canada. PROF, WM. R. CLARKE DEAD Toronto, Nov. Prof. Wil- liam K. Clarke died today ncc, 53 Beverly street, after a long WONDERFUL OLD MAN Toronto, Nov., Mackenzie Bowell was well enough to sit on the I purchaser not only bought thc land, i but horses, cattle, 'machinery and furniture. It, is his intention lo make slide at mileage 17, Sirdar sulutivi sion; on the curves round Moyie Lake There was no damage done to pass the Canyon ranch a horse and dairy i bul tllc aml wcrc ranch, solely, p. L. Robinson, wl-o.l WE have a Fit-Reform Overcoat which will exactly suit your taste and your physique. It may be a Fit-Reform "Swagger" "Convert- some other style whichever style you choose, make you look as you want to look. Gome in, and iet us help you select it. 7Do veranda of Weilesley Hospita, this k. morning. His condition shows con- nf tl, tram had left- Ihr track all tinned improvement.; tomorrmv his way to London, England, where driving and_ the m McKELVIE McGUIRL' he will make his future "home. MASINASIN' Masinasin, Alia., Nov. 12. Thi) post ollice hiss been movoil one mile west from its former loca- tion. Thi1 people of 3-13 ;irc up ;i stronjr lo keep the olfiro. in thc township, as they think they liavR a rijiht- lo it. in IffOfl when there wore hut few settlers heir, and geltiiiR mail out was not very convenient, thc only place was the police station. The writer knows that women walked across to Mill? Uivor when there was j three inches 01' water on the ice., It was then the few settlers that, were j j here got busy nnd worked hard to pet. a post (idle? in 2-lij, the fust, one cast of Milk Hivcr station. Since thru three petitions have been gotten, up to move it. out of the township, but so far without; success. Mr. and Mrs. (irofMi. oi High River, who were out lo Masinasin visiting Mrs. Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs! Sharp, left for their home last Fri- day. Otto Eiclorst has been sick for the past ,tcn days. About twenty people, friends and neighbors, sprung a pleasant surprise1. Jon Mr. and Mrs. f.'roucht-r last We'd- I ncsiiay night ami a very pleasant cV- 'ening was spent.! I Mr. (.'lias. C'roneher has sold his j homestead lo Win. Rowley and toft i fon Toronto witli hi.s family last wlu-rc they will mnhc their I fnturt! honii'1. i Kd. llnt'jhins hn.s .sold liis farm to illiMViinl Leslie, and left, loilny for (ttrvin, where In- wiil visit, j with son for some time Ufore i ill) A '.VW kicatiuu. i presence of mind on the part of Engi necr Johnson alone averted a (lisas tcr. IT DOESN'T LOOK GOOD Moose .law, Xov. is pub lie indignation here over the case of A. C-> Jackson, who was beaten HI at a dance here a week ago, and died Sunday, No inquest has been held and the police are apparently idle in (ho matter. Doctors in attendance (iiagnose-il Jiickson's illness as scavlet fever, and the coroner accepted tlwlr version. The men known to have been in the melee with Jackson left the city before (he police -luarncd of his death. was burled eiglu hours alter doath. "CORPSE" JUMPS FROM COFFIN: STOPS RUN A- WAY HEARSE TEAM Sullivan, Wis.. Nov. After lyi-ig nvo days in a cof- fin, ft supposed corpse, Mich- ael Seofield, awoke in a lieavgo today on tile way to the cemetery. A train frightened the hors- es .and thoy ran away. The driver of tho hearse, L'nd-sr- laker Morgan, was bruised so badly that he is unable to leav-2 his bod, and thc needs new sides. As tho eoftin wns dumped in- to a ditch and tho cover brok- en off, Scol'ii'ld jumped out of it, caught horses, patched up their driver, and him hack to ihla vilhigo. Ninety-nine per .cent, of the business men of the city always knew this; the rest should get a pencil and do some figuring N THESE DAYS, wl-.eri al- most everybody recog- nizes that business par.sion in so largely a matter of effective' advertising, hard- headed business men apply the in buying advertising spaco that they do In purchasing other commodities. After afl is said and done, the advertising value of any medium ia repres- ented by itc power to reach pros- pective customers. There mtisi be some definite knowledge as to thc quantity regardless of the quality. For example; The vcrtising value 01" the very best imaginable! newspaper, i! i: only circulated five copies, would be hardly worth thinking about. The same paper with readers would represent a certain value; at a higher value, and so on up. Thi business man buying a gross of any arHcle at a price naturally insists on 144. Anything would result in a pro rate deduction from the bill, or cancellation of business re- l.iUoni; with feelinrjc that bad faitn had been attempted. For the same reasons why buy advertising wither, positive proof the circulation you ari< getting for your money? Thc Herald guarantees Us advertisers a city circulation equal to the number of resi- dences In the city. Ask to be shown. I ;