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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 TIIE LETTTBRIDGE DAILY HER ALT) Tuesday, November 10, 1012 Wines and Liquors for the Home Of course you want the best, and most people know when the best wines are wanted There'is a'certain jtlensuni in iulvcrlising' Avlien you know jhnr.yoii are.telling tlitU'utli, so is with us and tell you thnt the wines you here are absolutely pure. We cater specially to family trade and de- liver to all pans of .the cily. Brandies Splendid quality from per bottle. Scotch and Irish Whiskies Anted for their high quality and mellowness, from up, per bottle Also a fine selection of POET AND SHERRY WINES A most delicious and healthful wine. All telephonic orders will be promptly attend- ed NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER 1734 THE LETHBRIDGE WINE SPIRIT HOUSE 114 Fifth St. South. Begin Block. INSPECTORS WILL HAVE POWER TO FINE OFFENDER ON THE i SPOT Gtisheii, Nov. of (he evidence on the .trial oi Burton W- Gibson, Uic NTew York lawyer, charged ihe muriier oi Mrs. Rosa Menschik yzabo. his what Sydney, X.S.W.. Nov. (m auIlKirilies have docital District Attorney take drastic measures tn insure a' (ix the .scene oi (leaner and jnorc tidy of jn the streets'o! the city. A great provement is already noticeable, and on lhc placards have been placed in promi- prnviiig the fact of her death LIFE AS A WIRE- LESS OPERATOR (Toronto Saturday Night.) Tlie training of a wireless operatoi extends over a rather longer pt'rlod than that taken to Hi a pupil for the ordinary cable service, li takes about a year's instruction to qualify ;i n aspiring operator for a position as such. The training is of rather too tech- nical a t'haraeivr to yo fully into in (his ank'lo. Brietly, Hie pupil Jms to master first of all the general prin- cipals cf ordinary telegraphy and then Ix'arn how they are used in the var- ious syst-sms ct" wireless telegraphy. All ilie signs and cedes used in ordin- ary telegraphy are also used in wire- less telegraphy, but tlu? manipulation of instruments used in wireless tel- egraphy is -wholly different from those used in ordinary telegraphy and are operated on altogether different prin- I ciples. 1 The wireless instruments and the manner of operations: them are more complicated than ordinary telegraphic machines, bin the chief difficulty which assails the student of wireless is the fact that tlw wireless system is not yet so perfectly develop-ed as the ordiiKvry system of and a wireless operator, after he has finished a prolonged course of in- struction, may, aad probably will, find for some little time to come that some of the knowledge be has acquired is rendered useless oy developments; which have taken place in the wire- less system. I However, this is a difficulty whichj every one engaged in any new indus-j try has to face and overcome. j To the trained 'wireless operator is a wider Held of employment' open. H-e may secure a post on a Dreadnought, on an Atlantic liner, or, C he prefers life ashore, there avo parts of the world now in which le will not find a demand for his services. When an operator first takes up luty on board ship or on a ihore station he works for about six months as a lie is, of course, paid, but his salary is a small this ccuutry it begins at about ten to twelve shillings a week. During the first six months lie does not do much in t h-e of recei v-' iiig or transmitting messages. chief "work is to make himself onghly familiar with the working oi' the instruments, to learn to'b? able' to detect and "flaws" that may occur in the loceivev or trans- mitter and to "time" the Instruments. Nil wireless can receive a message from unless s called in tune wH'i tlie trans- ot j perhaps before Gih- nent positions warning people is anxious for the jury to visit throivin" down their tlwwire tickets Greenwood Lake and see it tor them-; newspapers in the public tlior- i Hobert 1-1. Klder, his lawyer i indicated that. lie ask the court oughfares. .The present Lord .Mayor; jurv to the lake tn-j proposes also to appoint 20 mspec- dav Mr_ saiti he nnlj tors, whose duty it will to parade. the nioUon. saii1 the streets and to deal on the spot! the offenders against the, by-' men will he empoweredl 1o collect any lines imposed on the spot and this will obviate the ne- j cessiiy of suiirmoning the citizens to appear before the police courts, and -Trill therefore also save time ami unnecessary annoyance. It is naturally expected that ihe public becomes more used it there no the witness si ami in his owa DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL LIFE miiting instrument. For if a man-of-war desired to get into com- munication v.-itli a shore station, say. two hundred miles distant. Thc in- struments at the shcve station might not in tune with tlioco on tiic man-oi-war, but a skilled operator, as soon as tlie operator on brard tin1 man-of-war began to transmit his mes- sage, would readily detect thai some- one was trying to call ihe sUitum up from th-a that would pc- cur on the rscfiivers :u the shore station, and he would then (jukil'ly yiH one of them into tune with the machine on board the man-of-war. An operator who cannot his in- strument into tune quickly, especial- ly when a is calling up a station may get a severe "talking" to iroin the commander of the vessel. A little white ago an operator ai n wireless station at Bermuda was bsing signalled for over a or Tnronto, Xov. from (lie orious farmers' associations now as: in conference in this city held a joint to meeting in Convocation hall. Dr. C. an hcur hy an English man-of-war be- 1ifly and orderly habits, the duties -'nines presided. r fere ho could get his Instrument Ihe inspectors will become less oner-; "OI1- -Vlartin Hurrell, minister oi jinie the instrument en board the ous. i agriculture for the Dominion, said When he did so the mcHaase it was-good for a minister to: tjmi canie thruuah WHS the come in contact with people, for "is ,iiGre u monkey with tha- i-operative work in agriculture was ne- Sorry for the delay, A penguin oil Industry is to be miles Ions and five wide, is estimated 1o contain probably SO.fldO.Oflf) puins, EO that the stock seems 1 less. y vm, qrp m ftre not fit 10 he In charge pjusl, but it must not to the1 pen. S himscli. Thc great was 6ta" For Home Bread Makers Thousands, of from satisfied users of White Swan Wast prove that it is good rr-Hablfj yeast. If your grocer doesn't sell them ad- vifiti Swan Spices Cereals. Limited, Toronto, Out., and ask for free sample. development of lion. a good rural civili7a- Hev. Percy Brought on. missionary to the Eskimos in Land, has reached Sydney, N. and tells of the agony endured as a result of his feet having boon frozen whnn he became lost last March. He has lost the toes of his right foot. Be temperate. If you drink, drink and use common sense. They should go together J. M, Douglas Co., Canadian Agents Montreal After this little prelude the itself ranw through and Llie luckless, operator was in terror lest his in- strument should get out of tune again; before the had done speak-i Great Removal ALE and Opening We are removing from our present store which is far too small for our expansion, to more desirable quarters on the corner of 5th Street and 4th Ave. [New Sinnott Block] Now is youi" greatest opportunity to buy your winter supplies at prices never heard of before. f you vend this ad. and do not take ailvantnge of this opportunity, yon will bo missing a. rare feast of bar- .Do not hesitate any longer, come 'and be con- vinced. A Splendid Opportunity in Men's Suits A big chance- I'o save money by buy ing' your fall -suit' at bargain splendid selection in Tweeds, Wor- steds and Serges. Koa-iilrtL- for" Iteimhu- for 'Regular for Eeguhar for Beglilar for .fi'J.OO Also a splendid assortment of of lien's Working -Suits at the very low price of.............. Startling Shirt News A .splendid assortment of Negligee Shirts, all good colors. Regular value for for for and for Also a big line of working men's heavy winter shirts 75C 656 Sweaters We have woollen Sweaters for men of all sixes and we will clear tlVeifi at im usual prices'. Prices r.ay.gc from Cardigan Jacket 0- IIow about a Cardigan Jack- et. We have a splendid line' Blankets Comforters A big assortment of Blankets and comforters going at nearly; Half Price. Big Saving in Footwear D SHO MEN' PATENT LEATHER BOX CALF AND KID Swing last, good wearing quality. Regular for Regular for MEN'S BLACK AND TAN LACE last, with strong soles. Regular for Regular CO Of% for...................................... Also a splendid line of Working Men's Shoes nt ftft per The Season Changes, How. About Underwear We are selling fleece lined underwear at cost, also heavy woollen underwear at ]ier Mits and Gloves, Just the Things For Cold Weather We have'one of the biggest, assortments of Mitts and Gloves in town and are clearing them at prices never before heard of. Note the new Address st. Clothing House Sam Sadowski, Prop, 4th Ave. [Sinnott Block] After an operator has been on duty: novice but simply amuses the ohler for six months at any station ho: hand. tiihos up'the regular work ot receiving! Strange, woi-rd tappings and transmitting messages, but it i through the receiver which on hims-elf. Thos-o lonely stations are i icsularly inspected from time to Umo, Romclnnd the inspector never lets a keen, n in- j iiiLollig-snt, enterprising operator lan- transmitting messages, but it through the takes him at least a couple of years j opcralcr is ant to mis-j