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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID^E DAJfLY HERALD Pagel� Distressing: Mishap at Nanton-^Company-Employees A8|>h^�iated fj^^the foreman, who ^ djla an Infant son ; !(!r'BaIlSyv.ijiro'thi?,i? of the lite-i-'Thoai. R!l'iiklivft''an4,4'-' ^- Cgdj^'tSrrT March'12.-Four gas ppor-atorsj- all 'reBidonts of Calgory, and emplds'aes the Western Canada Natural "Oas'-ooittpany, were asphyxiated in the Iftnt'on Gas plant yesterday. KliVitfr'&allSyv, ey,'':'!i-.................. 'The mM^'^eti eenti dofSvii ^o.mw  iort;'tQ.Jr^p.alri�,.}ealtyn some 9I tlte pi^ei fri" Ntyitop plint The plant sitUttiSd^afccjUfonef-HMf mile from lU6'^6wiu "The men went to work Tbe.Jmni^X %V,' wqr^ vrequircd o[;^gaS.//|Abpu|fJS o;qlock, (Qhiorgo R6-gcts o'Uifantonjr wcte; sent," out to fts-- cBtiah'^B6\v ~s|ioh tfto gas could "-1)6 - tuEftejlKbii^a^JiU On/aTrt-Vlng at Jihe -ti|U'diiJgiiHe ^CallfrtV the tbr^man(ltut gpt; |i6 response. He entered the buUaiujj'and' saw what he thought to be-'a->'pile-of-raKs, The gas fumes wer#'So,stronR. ^a-l) ho was driven 6ut of tKe huiidijtig.rlle w^nt back -to the to\Yn arid prbpyred assistance. iWlth^eonslderable difficulty no6ses is -wero'f^aised over' the' bodies of � the men-amlitiifty were dragged out of .the build^5.;'.-iAll/were stone dead. Supt. Pearson, of the Natuxal Gas �'compaiiyi' was notifled and left at once lor^JSTftntofl. . Ah im^ai, y/�S' being 'held today �with.DjtfjJJyblett, ot Maoleod, as^ coroner. ,Tho theory ,generallyi held Is tHafcifie�(,wa^,a, '-'Iflpv out", spread" Ing ttte l�fak-^fcid;rapldly overoomins , the Kien. -TJ\e vibliiips yere all Aiji-' erioAHs, attd an eftoft is being mads to Jopate telattvBS. - ^ . ATrlumpWiti TEA Quality Fure, Wholtt*�)m� aind D�ed. today, wfieii" a Collogps 'Hin^,Bir4�tc�f o^uttiound Irtfm the city, fuj^jHBd Ifie^traok and crw&i-'^ iictp'.^an" apartment h&uBe 'at the comer, of Ludlow avenue, ..>A W6^0EfiFUL OLD MAN;> - vi^oi4 ^tfi^^^^^eot - on Thirteenth The tri^l of Mrs. Hlchard Ternel-den, charged witbt bigamy; i will be heard before'Judge Winters'this after^ noon In the District Gour'c. It is expected t.bat the case .wilt be. flnfshed today, iinsey M�iwblgsing, the seq ond hujband iS: B4^d to :b,ave Jtnown that Mrs. Te^Dleden had' a Husband living. ' - �� , A preliminary . ihearipgi was held yesterday before 0> West, J., P., in wliliohvaU'thj evl^^noeiya'B. hf>urd. Mr. Richard Temfnggn, produced the marriage license,,. shjjwJ^ngr'that sbe married Mrs. Tarnltf4en tofX^fleabadefi^ Gemany, Jn IflOe. .Coming to Canada in X910, they settled on 6, farm near Mechlin; Saialtatohewan^: aS' h^'neigbbor to Llnsey Mew.i)lgglnffi-..l;h^: party with whom Mrs. Ternieden contracted the second marriage. j , .' MewWggIng was a. welcome,visitor at, the Ternleden ;hom6,i (or a period of elghtaeiL months, , Last f^iil, ho\yeyer, the;;^coupl6 left and. caine to*^ iJOtUbrldge. anil-seciired employmejiW: Mrs.; 'Tferniedan yorklng doiieetlp for ^tfl: h. H. .Fowler, of. ;4(;h*f(t. r-Scutl?ivaildi,':�!|:e!iyJ)}|;ging, as-a Jaijqrer at the, ^athbHdga � brewery. ; ^On- Jft'puary, aTth as tfstifled" to by Mr.i ti. IJ, .ppwlervj tb.e two"; jvere^mar-Tied in ativGyprlan'BicKjfrijh. v 'in the--m4ntJme h'ubtiy "number one i^was commenotng fxf become anxious J andi -decided' -to' stftrtv-Jb^klng for big |.;wlfe. m t^Y^f>U%V^,4W^^'^-^^6ateTn Wtry fgVntf a^trace. of ' much i^i^lS^^�mmt&i'^m^Mev-Ijigglng, 'wf ST^d'^eKtlto -HayinDnd, Ternled&VH^-l i^H''o?'rtlie'f trail howeveri Mn.d'^UBbn fiiBt^WlvaLi^t JRay-m(Slttd,V"was\ Infolfpiedr.thAt' the*'couple ha4 StarjeS oi(t\afogt foggwe'et "Grass. . 'f,erniede?^tl"A^#%Wm points' along'the line' anS .scoured' the; bgiintryfto avail.'^'rKe,fin5illy los C8,t,e'd't}ie pi r at;Oou^t|[( ^d th,^y.were :arJf6ate'a:;by'1.Sergt,\,Oredtf'inpot;''''cdmi.' plaint of TernledenT'"' 'fhey l-rrlved l)i;i;,iBj)i(slne3a and �'c9tpijj oijt J^b^-loolc. itX.b�nQlj '^yned by yf, Kf,, P^vieon: \ 'TOeBq^shi^flp;ttte not ready for 1 an^9/ will not ;e ffniahed-for" Sb^i, 'twf ^1.ejw. Jilr. OrabDO; sf'^tt^e^,^ ^'at^tjip-. sheep-' 'nien in the ,west-/m^^'^lep^njto b'r^ed Bie cheerful... There is: more pleas^, ure In the world than pain; mpre ot the ibfiAuUful than the unattractive;; more V.the gentle than the �te'rrible. God' rWgne:� � '.-;);��/��-.. To Tr5r,;la bettei- than "the thlng-yotf: I -try for,  ' ; To Hopfe -Is � higher than: the' h�aglffc- ; 'taincd. 't *' To I winter........- } ' , .V P * '- , , ^ ,:: MI^.^T. A.. Qarscadden,. of Russell,) OntV"is spep'ding' a ,te.w. day^,.; .tfie;, gued^fof hls"siBter,'j*ira:!T. E.'Yuill. - .': Ivrfs.-.Neil. MoLachlan'and IVl'rsVfeert Cuinming~hav� gi$n&" to Calgpry to �visit Miss Edith McoJachlan. �  . - " � � Mrs. J. B. Turney, who has been ia thc hospital at Portland for some time past, was sufficiently TecoveTed to leaVe the InstituMon on Monday.' It will be some little tim^ yetbetore Mrs, Turney returns to the cHy. � * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Terrlll will mov�' Into thelr.-new home pn Twelfth street tomorrow. Mr. Terrlll has purchased the cosy bungalow built by Mr;-F. J. CnmmIng, who with his famllir leaveSf tomorrow to res'ide In Minneapolis. : ..,*,�. ��� � 'Merriment reigned supreme at the S. O. E. hall last evenlngV''*'hie'ft''tbe Chosen Friends .were entertaining' at a masauerade dance. Varl-oolored lights leuta pretty note to the hail, where ovec one hundred and' fifty gUESits tripped'the light fantastfp to sweet.strains .discoursed by Gasfcell's; five-piece orchestra; A bu'ffet' supper, proved a pissing iiuiovatlon. \ The fancy cost^imea worn were very' fietohing,' and some particularly good; ones represented were an Indian maid; eailor boy, buttercup, Unioni Jack,. Miss L^thbridge, Rube, Hindu, Indian, Highlander, hearts, clowns, nursfe, witch Robin Hood, nlgi ^TS; and other familiar oh^^ ^'9jjrlng the grand marcA'�Hf�ajJH?' W(ias : Baras&In, Mr.; Waddlrigfo^.' -and 'iVtrs. -Fryer, .a'fter dn^ deUbe|:^tlon; faking Into account tlie oilglnallj^y 1)t the'costume, deolded to awaif3'Ui'e prizes as follows: Best, dressed lady-Miss '0^r?stie Siafford, representing Mlas Leth-bridge. ' V,, "Best dressed gentleman-^Migg ^6fi' ling, as a sailor boy. '' , Besit comic lady-^Mr. Harnis, as "a suffrjiget'te.^ ^ ' Best oomio gentleman-Mr.. Youpgi^ aBRube. ' ^ �Mr. Fryer'.announced the^fud^W' deoJBldn, theypresentatlon of prizes being madc iyOMrs. Mahon. "Tho d'iBl;ln'bt''aucoe9s of the affair ,wai5 Ia'rg�lie;due-t'i>'thc energetic committed; waioh';(holuded Mi-B.- wkddell, Mrs. 'fAndirBSn,- Mrs. Pehraon,. .Mr. Waddeli, Utl Harris and Mr. RoBslter. .'duuflsiANii' socrETiea ,'xThe iSilClt-rotMn.'Sunbeams are busy making dr^sfiftS: for some poor cblld-ren. A full aitteadapce of the members lOf-iSt:. Cyprian's Parish Au.Ylliary is '^Tgpd-for -t,omorr.Crw- tifternooff, at'3.30, i;aB -i ibuslnesa' ''Ot-. lextreme Importance 'Will before' the-'meeting. J' ' , .  *' �* ' Thfe.'W, A\. of^t. Augustln'B- church held' a very -bnpy- session yesterday, prepping..for.;,th9lr.-aale of children's dothesjdh'; Saturday.afternpon, Inarch '22, -v^hen ble, and afternoon tea served, The r'eguJa'T. m'^ki'ng ot th'e W. C. T. Ui will -be- hield tlbinon-ow af tfernoon at 3f30, at 'the home of Mrs. 'W. H Gonlbear, 1314 SIxtfi avenue South, when tbe superintendent of the Bvan-gellBtlc department will read a paper, Imporitant buslt\ess necessitates a full attendance. -> Th^. ladies,of the city are reminded of the �Woman's Civic Club, meeting tomorrow aftfernoon, at 3.30, when Mr. 'W. C. Ives will deliver an address on "Parliamentary^ Form and the Proper Way ito, Conduit a'Meeting;" *  � Th^ entertainment "The Emerald isl� In Songgand^tory," .which will be, held in ldi6x�dmuroh this e-vening at eight o'clock, should attract a large audience,. Judging*"from the^ excellence of the programme; i-whloh Is herc given; � - ,1 , Pianoforte !, duet,. � "Ungarlscher Tanz'^ (Moazkowsklii, �Mesdam'es Nelson and Cameronw-i .( � "Ireland'B Natlonal'Bong, "The: Harp That Once.Thro', wfra's Halls" (Gram, machree), Mlss^'l;.,f$tella"Lumbard.� �Song, "Kathleen: Mavourneen" (Crouch)", Miss C. Simm. ' �iSqng, "The Top" o! 'the Mornin'" tVon Pllzer), Mr.' A*;- B. Gibson. ' *aong, "The t^IrlBh Emigrant" (Demiister), Mr. G.^I'"Flemlng, Lecture, "Irelarid^'^aad the Irish,"' Rev. J. W. Morrow, B.A., 1-%^. �Song, "The^ Dear Little, Sham-rJBok" (Jackson), Mr.'A. Stewart Mc-Gougan. xSong, "Phil, tlie Filter's Ball" (French), Mr. A. B." Gibson. ' I'Song, "KtUarney" Balf�), MUs C. Slmm. - - .'Song, "Ould' ".Btatd Shawl" VHaynes), Mr. Geo, B.'Bil^ining. . '�^ong. "Come Baolc to Erin" (Clarl-bel), Miss L Stella Lurnbard. ' The songs marked' * will be illustrated with-(beautKUIly'colored lantern vl^Wfl. ' Chamber^ Is Heard Again 4 m ,If there is one nsan more than-'a^; other who >v,ould be, a popular ^\t^tl;'-( or., in .Lei,)rflliant success. VLocal merchants U^ve 'forestalled his second coming,, and',aVP .pioviding themselves -with prote9;t,9i^taph^..HQ:^s pver, tlie police 'are -ft-altin^' their ijUrii arid are confident they will land him yetr ' . , " . ,1 TAfte'r his visit tof.L^thbridge the local police seiit out'a'circular letter to aU police departments m the west, giving ,specimens" of 'Chaiqbers' writing, and telling his n^cllipd!-of'-wOrk-itig." In spite of this prscaWlon, )i"e got awa)J Avith his game in Edmon^-tpn. ' So far the police''; here have liever been able to flpd wheie Cham-1)61 s Stayed while in the cily. �'^^t?'H-^G^'#3?a^e'i?,of B^tflo, expects t lyas that the mutton; market j v^^I^j mf^^t^p this A >Iaptt,W�attl1�B!iiiUra 'dnua.-'tlieit^lUiauwen iffcWvv ana �atJ� 01 touv druUiit or ii>,ll)c Jflit]|np� - MoDlnal, Cm. *4,'I Again We Demonstrate Our Superior Value-^Giving Powers Read of These Values in Sheetings and Pillow Cottons Of Dependable Qualities As ono of the best .iudges of .slaple values and conserjucptly one of the shrewdest buyers among the Ladies of Lcthbridge, voluntarily remarked in our store a fe^v days ago, "When looking for the highest in quality and the lowest price, there-is only one place ta go, and that is to the Hudson's Bay."  � Quite a compliment, especially so, when spoken by a lady who is counted as being Ijest able to judge. But we have reason to know that the statement is as true as any words ever spoken, for with our tremendous purchasing powers, and the amount of capital at our disposal, we can go direct to the mills and buy at as low a price as the largest wholesalers in the Dominion, and we also know that by the small margin of pro-iit we place on these goods we can defy competition. Read our prices, compare our quaHties with those shown elsewhere and we will be qviite content to Jet the decision rest with you, English Bleached Sheetings In a fine even weave of full-bleached long staple Cotton)-has a superior finish and is almost equal In appearance to the real Irish linen sheeting; is a splendid wearing quality: TWO YARDS WIDE, oA� per yard.................... TWO AND ONE-QUARTER YDS. qSJ� WIDE, per yard ,,........... Hochelaga Sheetings GanadftV famous cotton mills at Hochelaga turn out a woitderfully nice range ot really good sheetings, and-we always feel that In selling these goods we can strongly recommend them for their easy wash . and wear-resisting, oualltles, which, coroblned \vItU their splendid flnlih, makes thein our best sellers: , � � ^ plain or Twilled, 2 yards wide, .'Jtip and /lArt peryard ... ... ... ... Plain or Twilled, 21^ yards Ai\n and j K� wide,.per yard ... ... *"*'* Plain only,.2l^a yards, wide, per ^.gc. ^"^ 50C. English Circular Mow Cottons Made of a similar finished long staple cotton, "to our famous English sheetings, and are in what is known as tubular or circular. Needs no mak-fns^, but JUBt hemming at oacb end. "Widths 42 and 44 inches, . Per yd., 18c, 20c, and 22e. Hochelaga Pillow Cottons Also In the circular style, and In the best quality manufactured at this famous mill. Widths, 42r 44 and 46 Inches. Prices 23c, 25c, and 30c. Unhleached Sheetings . ,!i}!qr^.fliqBe. wJiio, prefer to do their own bleacliing we have an extra heavy quality unbleached sheeting free from dressing and comes in 2 and, 2^ yards wide, i , Sound Value at 35c and 30o. /' Extra Special For To-nioiTow Only English Sheeting A Umlt^a-quantity.-only,  English full bleached sheeting; free from dressing and a splendid wearing quality, .70 inches wide. For tomorrow only !' Per yard 24c. English Pillow Cotton Full bleaffhed and Circular English ElUo-w Cot-'" ton,, in-,42;i and ,44 Inches wide.A-Hmi^d'quan-*.' ' tity dfily.-^so be on hand e�rly tomorrow. ' ' Per yard' itc. / i " , - ' The Hudson-s Bay Stores '.'I To Suit His, Taste " .The, s^dond day dr^w to its close with the twelfth juryman still .unconvinced. The court w^s Impatient. ."Well,,gentleH�en,"^-paid the court officer, entering lhe'j?jry room, "shall I, a$, usual, order twe^ye djpners?" "Make it," said the fpromaa. "eleven dlniie^B and a bale ,o'fr" h'ay."-Metro- p , An~lmpo8(sib}()ty \'^xir. Crabbei'ljijid altrfo'^t Bucc^ed?'^, I't^' said-'ilp^bp . "Yon n|ver find,gi-aVonva ratfe 'track."-Judge, ' \ % |!;nioforHl heirrJiMf^ vwas'>A a Mreet car'aqciflent ' " , " , Bopker-Yes, he got a seat. ~tM_________I________________________.....--1...........----..............--- ENEMIES W - Kfef, Marfch 12.-The'ind^clwjent ol Menahill, Belli^, * a ^ poor uneducated Hebrew Vli,o, Wa accused o! the ritual mitrdcr of a sixteen-yfear-old ..boy, has been dropped' tor lack of proof. The'Black Hundreds, -ysfhioh is another name-.foi the Kussian ravolu-' tionaries,'liaVP Pir^ssed thls'case and tried' ^o indamQ g,' hiob at' Kipl- Heliis is a Simple man of .the most hUiib'lo^ class, -whd has spent some nionths^in, jajl, for a ot\mi pf which he dec}are'g,he was absolutely inno- the (�i' e r ' ..sr' i ici 'of Na-Dru-Co Laxatives m 2Sq a box at you or CANAD^ UM TED M 1 If man Bui d i- Nov, th6t)| yjii^ uTjy-m dan*}; vir?" t'f/' lurth^^lHtl tibht, bohs; iWxiM .Fo. emanb^y�^^ n^jji b., m ^ ou I ^ iMi t forfMiuu c jtliBj;^g|Vl|j, 83 2 ;