Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, 'fMob'er 31, THELETHBRIHOE DAILY HEKALD MARCONI DEAL UNDER REVIEW ALEXANDER KING IT WAS THROUGH .London, rircssing 'Heeds of Iinixirlal fier of war, and tliq. threat ,tlmt tho Murcanl Co. 'would link- uj> with many, were offoretl -'tis today by Sir Alexrtnder scci'C1 u' utw lvi.t Off! t'- 1'urlltuuehtnry coinmltt-eo yestei'duy .Tlie'sb were'. the reasoiiB, ho aalt why the glvinjj to tho Sin1 ciiiil Co. 'monopol Mas by his dcpaitmcnt Sii Alexaiullji detailliiE the 111! lory'of the'RonLract from .n, tyjidwri ion 6tnt6moiit a.ud the in answering tho question of Mr. Geo 1 aljre, fnM Mr. the maiia-sin director 'of tho comnany. antl a' bro tliei ot tlie Attorney Generil did no iin rughfng the departmen fwhjie tht ihiml of tho company t explained by lii on'-tho -ground} that any busfnoss nil doefa his putUilq forth -an c fei a.nd to In siting it T ho ernJient Su eaicl could asl tenders from n ainlmown or incompetent conoeri; as then it ivojfilcf; be' eHticlxed 'Tor H failure to the lowest bid A lie surny t'tno tho made lear that tljtf matte no ii kiiiry into not consider th J tlie validity of L patenf that the PouUen Co .ed at a distanco of Min as'tlie company was in L to itg ability in iryantha but needed icidwl not to do business true that "ttr Poulseu hat to sell stations for It-was denied' tha .cpiitract would tfbst'.ii a 3 ear for- sta ion: Had the department -waited a yeir trokeii out meantime Sir Alexander ho wpulA "be blam ed Car not making the contract ant jhfv PostmastervGeneral he com polteci to resign while on the other band, It they liad Avaited for the Poul- aon- its merits they would be icousgd of rigging} its similes In the stock The witness ihftd no knowledge of canitalizatlou of the Jfaiconi Co or its finances The Admlialty ho stid nof milling to install sta tiuns; .find office unable to do so Furthei It was important that Pngland he first in tho field' with as .otherwise the ea ta'bliahed' stations would interfere and make impossible the establish- ment of other high 'power-.installa- tions Lord llobeit Cecil asked how the question could cause -worry, as tho stations all were to be on English soil. lie could not understand how ILADI EDITED 6Y "IMO" PHONES; I ftwMMM till the I lie tttat ovt Is t Yet Ion- Ami line e aiftic uiUudis heart ami tnfc Paul, vulvei toque with white mount, while the lews were cut by 'Mrs. who was wearing Jilk piuttily braided. Tlic deft 'assistants wore Miss Mc- Killoji in. green shot'silk and Hack hat with white -feather, Miss Urch in Rink silk cri-iie with white and Miss DC Vufjet in cocoa silk wide band- ings m Oriental trimming and hluo Velvet picture liat with crimson ros- og'ami wiiiBS. Some twenty-five of the younger set Kiitlitsi'cil in Use evening uud'spent u time tripping the light- fan- tastic. A pretty wedding oceuvteil at St. Mhan's church, Coleman, Monday af-1 ternoon, when Miss 9rd became Hie Sir. Norman1 Mon- tague Plumnicr, hoth of Calgary. The wedding was1 solemnized by Kev. J. Watkins-Joucs, rector 'of 8t, Al- ban's, in tho presence'of a few rela-j lives jiml immediate friends' of. the! tins contracting parties.-Tlic hiiile-'is aj sister of Robert Leanl, a well-known uul popular resident of Colemani .and J ifter the ceremony the bridal pair j ind guests repaired to the home of i Mr. and Mrs. U'ard, where "n'iunip-i tuous wedding dinner had Pfc'j pared. Tlie groom is t the civil service department in-'Cal-j gary, where tliu -newly-weds willmakoj their home after'a short honeymoon! tour. Among the guests -pcesfliit were j Mr- and .Sirs. A. C. of') Cranbrook, and the bridal couple ac- companied them to that town .on the ciilng train. at Colcman. the Their the Bute and Dnclli v. ill guc i Stale alter the opening oiemt on the nslant fijst Sum: ifjter Hi coinrs thi tails .enl con f I Clubs and Societies full moon f Jrjt of Maich it can 1 jAccoiiUng- beginning ot ,rj 5th d utt lust in he IS 0 I tfcf) Daughteis and i of Ktas a decided suc! somf Jbuplci hem? in dancd 6rncd a unui onjcned e btQtweli s orchestra C ol cote W Harriett Mrs tho icception nittt i M fries Ahnteti the Gilt hos, ftai on in tiain- any Tho was foreigner could-, get .In. ahead- witness admitted that no In danger, A Fable For An Arab went to his neighbor and "Lend "me your rwfe." "I said "Why to use' the rope my- what the other per- want to tie five cubic feet of with it." on sneered the woulti- borrower, "can yon tic up water [vi'tli n. "My said the neighbor, "Al- lah is great and he permits us to.do Rtrnnge.things with a rope when we don't want to lend It." Transcript. ARE CEK- 'TAIN of satisfaction whr-.ii. buy poultry here-.--JU1 our poul- try is' specially scl- eptc.d to retain your custom. [ethbridge Meat Marliet J. MURPHY, Proprietor Majestic Theatre Block, Phone 635 1 tortf ill be a ton hour hosi' Sjaturdiv con pli- inentarv nlptliii Mrs J "ff house guests, who incli mqtliu Mrs S Cochrancsteli'Mis and her Mr J toch- The Klmvcr Guild will Gall, hospital as" usual tomorrow -af- ternoon at three o'clock. excellent of Iincj children's clothing home nndo took ing and t ijnh IJL found at the- fc> 0 C lull for salt on i T 1 lie ltdici of St C-vprnns church have prepared ,a splendid .ba- ?aa. lei will be icned in tnc af tcrnoon, and'n good prograiii has been arranged for the concert in the pyen- ing The Mathesfs dub met "with Mrs- S b Dunham j estti i u aiteinoon tliL (jrill Mrs Hoopci read in fine pi- per on "Painting in Art." Cue .hun- dred punts ot tlje paint ngs of (he (JitTerent centuries were.- and proved most interesting, i The cluh will hold its next ith Mrs B B Sixth The'Hospital 'Aid society in future meet on the first Jiioiulav of. the month instead of the first .S'a't'ur- (lay as previously. The meeting next Monday will be at the home of Mrs: William and the tiriic.will be spent in sewing. The ladies are particularly anxious! lo neu members to their j ns there should be imnj n.'ore ladies in the citv, who. coulll ifford to give one afternoon a .month lo this laudable work. Come out to the meeting on Mon- day ami do your part. Newcomers to returned home the'city are1 cordially invited. rano. 01 s y ester da rl he M er entertained evening rome of Mi and M? The iftair took ih oCJ i 11 pattv "which thorough Ed by tlic 'Hie lu apJifopnitcH dccoi ated u o linterne lack cats uul ghosts V.CIQ visible c honjc first time this sei on Miss illc h turned i [ij, i uuommt, os turn" dc o-ic in chifi( n Oli Jwitn Jtt hatitiu ns UurmuiL, n i little I Ol >tm ilrnpcd ttll! whlte wiih n Thc IS linK m cnrhalions icdcctcd 111 Tsunil nrfrAmhroi l presided tifnlh l The fowl supper given last'evening j in hill un lei thc atipiccs the 1 idles' of St i' church was a decided success, a large number enjoying the fine repast pro- Thc supper was followed by the fol- owing excellent program, which .was presided over by Mr. T. S, lUackcn- ie Cornet Mcllob'erts' T- I1. 1'crry. Yiolin Joseph A. G. Cameron. C1.. U. TUcKinnon. Solo lUcHoherts. Recitation Shanii. DOCTOR WAS INCAPABLE Pilot JIouiiil, -Man., Oct. An in- js ]ulro today re- Dunlins the death of Mrs. Wllllain Mel.end, a well-known resident, whici] (jeenrl'c'd yesterday .alter childbirth, .t which, it is alloyed, Dr. tirskine, of Sanies, N. D., ivas in no condition to perform the operation. MissL. Stella Lumbar d Teacher of Voice Culture and Song Singing 1G, Hull Block Telephone 1536 nniiVA i r A A v A I Q FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS "V at .the, >vi; BAY Some Real moiiey-savingjtems. define the in ike best and truest sense- They are cheap'because worth is. linked with, low price. You can save money by watching-our aduerlisements Ladies' White Waists Black Sateen Undersk'ts on pleated OC, ou lo do soiinme'lialely and so save disappoint- ment Puce pei box ....................S2.25 JAMES McUAU.GHLAN. Jhc wellUrown Owen Sound mami factirer and public spirlte'l man whose frionda in both parties aro urging his appointment to the Can adlan. Senate V c-tittln nuln who hull OIUL betn i ininiei ItH oil ptlntlnt> and liw.mii i it siul lo hlln Wftj 'inM (lion uow1 fWi'1 Ii irplldl llu> inon iiinrto in Ill 1 t I IllMl Illlt 111 misfilr toC tlu lu iliniS ut tin the Orient. HE'MADE'OVER PROFIT VAN WART'SOLD 'CALGARY PRO- PERTY. FANCY FIGURE TO RANCHMAN'S CLUB Calgary. Oct. S. Wart hns sold Ills residence on the south- west cornor oE Thirteenth avenue and Sixth stVeot west to the RaiichnKln's Club for The property in- iluilb's the liquse, a very fine stone building.'anil twelve lots. Mr. Van Wart will vticatc the iiroporty at once, and the club will inovo hi as soon as reasonably convenient. Nine years he bought the iiroporty for Jli.500 jr. Van -Wart will start building a residence In Britannia at once. INTERRED WITH MILITARY HONORS SOLDIERS KILLED IN RAILWAY WRECK HONORED.BY. C1T1- ZF.N3 OF TORONTO' ilacllur- Jolm-HoniiiilJ'no, who were llillial In 'Ihn Cnnaillan I'aetlic wri-f.k nrf.' b'nrldil loilny miliuiry Borvlfti? hiig t, when the full resi n !ii two ent of Uic 4Stli and. several, com- panies from the Queenfi and tho Royal' Greuadlero ilavaded, Tlie cjisket1! contiinlng the hodics were conveyed to tho armory-'a-nd a very impressive service, was'conduct- ed by Rev. T. Crawford chap- Iain of the 4Sth Highlanders, As the. of the ,tn-o soldiers were laid to rest three volleys, from the firing party-and the Bounding of "taps" by the refetmental buglers. brought the ceremony to a close. Jlembers of the cif.y.council, board of trade and various other public bodies were present. Anscrt'on, nulim. roceivod trnni a money, lay MUST PROVE HIS CLAIM Toronto, Oct. jyddeH decided yesterday cr Dixon, of mimt prove his right of .possession lu the valuable'autograph'-ill bum-of the late Dr. Goldwui Smith, which contains the signatures of .many nineteenth century celebrities, Captain DIxpn claims that came to him under t.hts 'will of his Smith, but later Cr. Smith, in his will left it to the Toronto'Art Museum. av.-rlrc two ni-, its h this he retuinf tj i pr.v the u What Mrs. S. Says "Words are'useless to express -the wonderful magic of White Swim Yeast. Tlre-nd? Why we never had such luxury on our table Freu did not sample sent by White Swan Spices Cereals, Limited. Toronto, Ont The Reason Why You put into cvsry article you experience, knowledge 'and skill. into Alberta's Best Baking Powder our supremest. cffbyt. If yoii exercise the same, care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Best every time, because' it is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain in results. N.