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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnosday, ^Fay fi, 1913 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Pagrc (r Price is Not The Main Point Jri (:luK)sinji' liniisoliold ((Miiinoditles. But it is a \ery iirLporlanl; point. Is an mrxpoiisi/v(^ 1 en-iidI n cheap Tfa. Tli(M-o is no fxMlcr T(^a-and ils ((iiiccnl i'iilo'd o'oodiicss means aii aeuial eeo Your ninney buys fancy package. Six cent is a cosi hardly woi'lii consid(M'i n"-. TJIK TKA cups I'or a -111M a ur D LSEN WIRELESS 0 OPERATE IN CANADA Bitter Competitor of Marconi Gets Foothold - Sclienie Course Introduced With Flag Waving-Liberals Declare for State Owned Service 1 b MANY MOVIN AT PINCHER CREEK "Usual May Flittings-Progress on the New Municipal Building May It is cHti-u ho arc m a posi itiat about eighty per shuwl Uic coiiiicil iletidrd to put on a local mail ai inspector, m addition to tlic arihilect, so that a n'eat deal of the responsibility and worrv slioiilil now he liikeii oft the hands of the aldiMiiien. 'I'linre is some noiii!!.>rment beiiiff cxpifissed as to why the Forest Ciiv I'ontrad in;;; eoDipany are not at. work on the new eonfrete sidewalks liotorc this. This work was to have heeii resumed snnie nine ago. The directors oi the I'iucher t'reek Memorial hospital ha\e planned a ''wliirlniiid" ('aiupalgii fur the piir pose oi raising t'he siuii of three hundred dollars. This sum is reeen I district, and prospects seem bright for the raising oi the sum above named. Mrs. (Di.) Wright will receive on the first Wednesday hereafter. A Tennis Club -^nd a Baseball Club are being organ' -d in connection with the .Methodist church linre. Dr. Mills IS away on a moiilh's visit to his old home at Shailoc, Ont. .Mr. Emerson Allison is wearing the smile that won't come oil these days, and is receiving the Congratulations of bis friends. It's a bo>, and was born on Wednesday, April �tillli .0! W!. Uill, who has been ill with .sciatica for some time, is still confined to bis iKjme. .\c.\t Kriday, May iMb. i.Vrbor , has beeii declared a civic holi by the ma.Mjr in order lo give sum- [other coiupaiit , wiielc-- 'cable, without receiciiii; m of the railway hoard 'I'll. \ and operate their slaljii!, ! o\Mi risk and expense I up a deposit of UlO.iMni ,, : oi good fai III. They hnhl � 1 to 1 hi'jr SI stem of w 11 el-fireat Hritalii and Caii.iil.i � .goveninicnt shall see iImI ents will not be forfeiln: have lo bring into Canuu.i '.not manufactured in 1 ,111 1 ' government will undeiiaKr-other companies from ilis against them oi- relusuiu ' iiess. The conlracl is ti^ 1 > ears anil is renewable. 1; nn> aihance in r.iles sanctioned by the rails, .n 1 con,pan)- which is undci;. construction of this line, other lines, including one between San l'"ranciscf, lulu. Hus\ to the 1. 1, \lr. Pellet ler said th.i' � stale owned cable is ai :i time loaded lo its full c.ii that in Ihe ui .1 It would be necessar) i';:j:i sir let a new line or tn .1, new' agreement lor the additiiuial messages. 1 mu 1 of this contract Ihe s\ be retiiiested to come 11,-.i 111 connection with l'a"aiiadian Powder morninK aboul two o'clock, T. Mo,-caii, who had^eharge. was instantly Vtllled. Ills bojy was found In six teei of svater In the rlvor one hundred feei away. One leg was broken and he bore other wounds. The origin of Ihe explosion is unknown, as the mill was not running tt the time. while Canada was linked svith .New Zealand and .\iislialia lis a cable, and while there is a leased line irom Vancouver lo there remained a big gap between .Moni real and the .\llantic coast and acr.iss the Atl.intic itself. For this it was necessars to use the cables of the pru ale companies which were costl)-. This situation was thorough-1) discussed and the Urilish poslmas-I ter-general took the stand that the I time had not yet come lor a state-' osvned .\tlantic cable, llis chief oli-!l),)3ilioa to the scheme we, based on 'his viesv that the rapid progress of i wireles>: telegraph;, might result in this .scheme taking the place of the ! old cable mclliod. .\ state-osviied j cable svould have lo be tluplicated and the two cables would cost about '.?.'),oOll.llllll. while the w ireli ss sssleiii 'could be installed lor between $.:i'iii. ; 0(10 and l;lOO.Omi. ihe result of Ihe 'negotiations between tlie two govern menls was th> decision that Ihe best course would be to reser.,-- ihe slate owned cable and attempt to g"l better terms from the private coi ipan ies. Such negotiations were acnrd-1 ingly begun, but .,ere com|iaralis-Is nnvii'-i fiO ^e'-nnnr �, real reui.viliou sv .., i-oncrned .vii. t-'elletier said that he began ncgot a-lioiis in another quarter and the rr-.ratigemenl svhich he ssould now announce to Ihe house svas the result i of these negotiations. \ contract had been entered into with a syndicate knosvii as the 1 niversal I'adio Sy.'-teiii, I.imiteil, composed of weal thy Hrilish men, who planned to come to tl.ij, countiy and establish svliat was knossn cs the I'oulsen .\croic Ssstem nf Wireless. They Would undertake and guarantee to cret I a wireless ssstem and lo es tablish wireless communication be twecn Canada and (ireat Mntair Thes would have llieii headquarters i -.------------ at .M.' ill take \s fiy hoard ins matters are mii, remarked that 1, less as well a^ s iimposed that this the idacr of the rail i.ii as telegraphic �iiieil .Mr. Pelletier I ileal Hrilain wire able companies are TEN MONTH Perhaps Wife-I rion'l Ihink your new suit Is fast coloicrt; I'm ifraid it will fade dreadfully in the sun. Husband-H'ni, perhaits I'd bettor go out morci ul nighis then.-Flegendc Blaelter. WILLOW RIVER THE COMING MANUFACTURING AND COMMERCIAL CAPITAL OF INTERIOR BRITISH COLUMBIA Al .liincrlon of Feasor and W'iUosv Rivera, on mainline Grand Trunk Pacific, Pneifio & Hudson Hay aid other railroads prospectivo anil building. A Tbowsand it lies of iNavigablu Waterways cantro f.l WILLOW niVBR. \Vini^0W RIVEfl is Gate-.say lo the Rich Pence River Countiy, and Centre of more and richer Natural RcBourcoa than any other new town In Urltlsh Columbia. Lots and Subruban Tracts in Willow River are the best Investment in Western Canada. Write today for information. PACIFIC LAND & TOWNSITES CO., LTD. Agents Wanted, 602-Rh;hards St,, Vancouver, B,C. gap which remained in what known as ihe .\11-F?ed cable line. If Currents Permit They would guarantee to give a service of 100 letters to Ihe ni.nute The rates, as quoted b) the minister show a substantial reduction all , � ^u.-u. f/.- n.k.t^'T ..^tn c ' , -/ . . round. Code messages will he trans- "P-*"" ""^ ''''"�^^Sham'. vteta"' u" �^''"'^^^'''"^ - I'lnktiam B complained that a private com ble Compound h8a|p.iny operating the system would done for rte. Iwaa|,,eaii the same dividends to be earn- a sufferer from fe- Restoration to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Elliston, Va.-"I feel it my duty to Ml I.emieiixs \ lew s llnii liniiiilphe l.eii,i,'iix said that he iuiii followed the pnsl master's re marks wilb the ilosesi interesl. lie rec,,i;iii/cil that 11 w,,s almost 1111-pcliops l)eir.,'T thai if.cre , i,u j,,iieriiiiien, nwneu ssstem of 1e'ie;;iap!iy across Canada It would not be advisable to undertake the cosI 01 providing such a svslem until 11 is seen lioss the pm-posrd plan wi'rks out. Mr I':irimer..iin renewed the ijUes-I1011 as to whs llie gosernment pro-nosed to depart irom the principle of having the railsvay board control telegraph and cable rates. Mr Pelletier replieil that the change svas necessary in order to make conditions in Canada conform to those in (Heal Britain where the railway hoard has nothing to do with rales relating to the high seas. The hill was introduced and read a lirsl lime. EEN YEARS m 0 UL MRS. WILTSE AT EDMONTON GIVES HER LIFE TO HELPING THE NEW SET-LERS I Kdinonton. -May .Mrs. .Mary ; W'illsie. matron of Ihe lOdmonton Immigration Mall, today celebrated the fifieenth anniversary o-f her appolnt-\ menl. Slip has served under three I agents and iwo governments. .Mrs. Wiltsie. svho svas a teacher before her marriage, came west In jibe spring of ISOS svith her husband, I iiosv a prosperous farmer at Mallet, : .�\ltu. Being touched by the discom-' foriB of the foreign immigrants, she j took an interesl in their welfare, and lent them her siove, and. bedding from her osvn rMfi 1;: She worked am.'.-y ,;ee ,u oiifeian , vo.iiuirates. �,( Lethbridge Branch - - C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. messages mittcri at eight pence per word instead ot twelve ponce. Plain language messages will be four pence per word insiead of twelve pence, this being without defcrrmeiit. Ciovcriiinent messages are two and a half pence per word and press messages two pence per word Mr. I'elletier pointed out that the reductions on the press messages was very considerable. It had formerly been ten cents a word and this had later been reduced lo seven cents a word with a special rate of live cents per word between the hours of midnight and six ant. or between 1 and I p til. ol the country of origin. The present reduction lo four cents a word on regular press male troubles andi hod been confined in bed over one third of my time for ten months. I could not ed out of the public. Same Old ..rgument Mr. ). K. Armstrong (West l.amb-ton), said he wondered at the attitude of the opposition speakers in LEAVE 10 APPEA mi COUN do ray hotisework j view of the fact that they had taken and had fainting no steps them.selvos towards starting spells80thatmyhus-' a state-owned cable across the .\t- band could not leave tne alone for five minuten at a time. "Now I have been restored to health and it has come from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. When ever I see a suffering woman I want to tell her what this medicine has done messages I for me ond 1 will always speak a good j ii> expend, llo thought it would have j laiitic. He said that for years lie had been advocating a government qwned | line and he was still strongly of that ' same opinion. The minisler iiad stat-1 ed with certainty that the cost of a state-owned cable would be aboul ' J.'),00(1,mil) This was not too much word for it." -Mrs. HoBERT BLANK-I ENSHir, Elliston, Vs., Montgomery Co. �Was Helpless - Now Well. Trenton, Mo.-" About two years ago 1 hnd female trouble and inflammation so been an tidvaiitage to appoint a commission, as he advocatcil last year, to investiguto this thing fully, hut he could quite understand tlm postmaster-general had gone into this mutter fully and the house should be was tlieretore considerable The rates (|Uoted were from any point in (ireut Urltain to Montreal. UalcK for the land transmission of the messages re ccived at .Montreal would ho governed by a zone sy.stoni. as follows : In plain language code govern-! b^"ih7riTBS h^terany he^^^^^ ^" ''"�'''>'�� ment messages throc-tiiiartcrs of " 1 to bo tended like a baby. I could notl"" boped that the time was not far ' move my body or lift my foot for such "�'" ' " '�" "'" "" '"' severe pains that I had to scream. I was very nervous and had a weakness. Lydia B. .Pinkham's Vegetable Com cent a word ui Untario, t^uebec and the maritlnut iirovinces and one and threc-qimrtcr cents a word in the west. On press incssages nuc-balf ^enl ij j ^^^nnA haa helped me to such M e�tent . J ti,i,j{ ti,gry jg no medicine like It 'or female troubles. I am up and abls to do my work ttj;ain and I give yon full pormission to puhliph my letter for ths wke of other suffering wonjen."~Mn> W.T. I'l my^xu .T.JO-J Otb S t. .Tronton.Mo word ill Ontario, IJiiebec and the Maritime Provinces, fhife-tniarlers of a cent a word 111 .Manitoba and one cent a word lu tlie tliiee more western provintx'S. The syiidiciilc will hand over at .Montreal all riicfisagcs recoiveU to bo sent over the Pacific cable to New Zealand and Australia willioiit extra charge The coiiipuiiy is probibileil from niakiiii: arrituxonicntN with luiy lulckly stor* eeufhs, cures tsldS) an4 htaie (he threat and lun(i tut �cats- distant when l-'annds'. would own and operate not only ilie .Mlanllc cable bu' land lines as well. This would link Canada to (irrut Hri tain and would further bind together the star parts of ti ' Dominion, while the minister's present plan would be in the direct ion of cheaper table rates, bu^ he hoped that before the five-year term hud expired there would bo steps taken for a governmeiit-owiied line lion l"'ittiik Oliver 1 ecommeiided that the land' lines work iii.conlunc-tion with the cable compuiiieN, and as a result the people have been in London, May 3-Special leave 1... appeal was granted today by the priiy council to the Cedar Rapids Manufacturing company regarding property exproprialed by the company thirly-six miles above Montreal. Sir Robert Finlay lor the company said that Chief .lustice Davidson had substituted a \ery nitich larger sum as compensation than that granted by the arbitrator. The case invilved an immensely important point as Ihe company ton-tended that "'Sou must lake the value of what the owner los�^s and noli what the purcliasei gets in lixing such awards" .Sir \le.\ander l.acoste, who opposed the application before Ihe privy council, decided, however, to grant such leave. ESIDENI WIELDS E SPKED CE ANY FACTORY REDUCING WAGES AS PROTEST AGAINST TARIFF WILL BE HIT HARD WaBhingU-n, May 5.-It reductions in wages of r,orkingmen follow tho enactment of the Democratic tarifi: bill, the investigating powers 01' the department of commerce will be called in to establiBh whether they are'Ot ! a bona fide nature. President Wilson has said he w^ould maJte an effort to learn the cause ct any reduction of pay following tho passage of the bill and to callers'today indicated a general approval ot Jlr. Itedfleld's ideas. The secretary of commerce and the pvesldeni had a conference at which Mr. Redflsld talked over the powers ot the department. Mr. Redfield declared at the 'c\'hlte House that probably the first iivquiry would be Into the pottery Industi-y, for which, he .said, representations had been made that a reduction in wages would follow changes in the duties. Welland county llconse uommls8lou> ers cut off the license ol Mrs. Keating at Niagara Falls. .lohn milolt ,is now president of Belleville Board of Trade. A vublic-Ity commlssionor is favored. Are You Satisfied With your milk supply. If not, phone 1065. Milk-.from Mr. C. R. Daniel's Herd, ixiany of which are Jerseys. F. H. COX & SON 'f ;