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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May THE LBTTIBRTnOrc DAILY MAbE FROM ELLISON'S OUR BEST FLOUR i ijielb tleliuiously hi the mouth "when ft, (torn this f'bai, piecrust is a'f trlmrph- tic jJrotfd B joy, foi W makes hei baking really north while Get today and stop worrying Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. RAYMOND AND MAGRATH RICHESON'S LAST HOURS ON EARTH HE 15 READYoTO WJLL VBE ELECTROCUTED'l MORNING Boston, -desiro that execution-might come speedily, apparently the dominating thought in the mind of Clarence V T. Kiclioson.ae. his'pris on tod 113 The youiig Virginian, 'who, shortly after midnight.'itohight probably, will pay the .penalty -for the murder of Avis Llnncll; has become reconciled to his fate "I will be hen you ;want..'me( he said to Warden 'Bridges, last -night, -when that official paid him a visit. "Do not he added, "1 shall'not break-, down." Klcheson bore up thiough bis last Sun-daj on eaith He was cheei- ful, ag he sang Chaplain Herbert W. Steubins, until a late hour last nignt, tfinaf, repeating hist favorite .selection, "Some Time" We'll Understand." Then lie would read from Psalms, and his exposition of the lessons neie descubed by the chap- lain elocfueiit and learned U- was not JimtU daylight htoi ning that Riches on foil Into A fittul bteep last houis, 01 "pai him ,i visit' Ills aged fatliei in Virginia is 100 teeble to stand the His sistei in New :Vork Stiite does, not'.wish, to have her list thought of her hroihei associai ed with the death cell His uiothei, Douglas Ricbeson, of Chicago, al though In the cltj today, declared last night he not go to thp prison, today, remain until pfter the execution to see to dlspo eition. Following the medical examiner of the county, Dr. C. B. Ma- grath, will perform an, autopsy ".in'ac- cordance with the law, notwithstand- ing the fact that the family sent word they would not allow It. Herbert S'lohuson Richeson's spiritual adviser, and lijls counsel, will piobabl} accompany the1 bodv to Vir 'gihla, where 1{ will 'be buried beside ;thaf. of the young man's mother, at Am b erst "Court-house. .The, disposition .'of nichesbn's.. ef- .have already been provided foi MAKING SPEED- ON PIPE LINE THREE DROWNED AT MINNEDOSA OUT BOATING SUPPOSED THE BOAT HAD A LEAK Mmncdosa, Man Mai 20 of a'dioAvning Fatahtj occurrrd on Sunday afternoon at Harle" Lake, 1S noi t h-n pst oi arp not to hand, hut it uould sijcm that ot or six ;oung people Jrom this town left here cdtly utt ftu'ud.iv .moaning for a 'on the lake; In Che .afternoon three, of ti'p uarti, Clavton, Mmmo sister, and a cousin, j STREET Ediih the w'llcr'm flat nottbmed nietal boat', saying five I; re- tmn the of the anxious and upon seatchnig foi tlu in pred a t ap belonging CONTRACTORS ESTABLISHING A WILL MAKE OTHERS GO.TO BEAT IT To'lay 8.7 miles of and trunk line pipe at that, -between .the tenth of April off .Julv, is the record aimed atibv Dris- coll-and Ccnuers on the big Bow Isl- and-Calgary pipe line: proposition, ,ind it nothing unfoiseen otfcurb, succeed in setting that iccoul The company expectfi-lo finish the southern end of the contract, thai; is from the wells at Bow Island to. p.oint (lllccn miles north ol.Monarch, lijr- tlit? middle of "July Already xlhc.Iuilf .ol. tho contract, is almost completed; and that most .difficult', -at "tho" present iatq gas can be piped to Calgary be- fore Aug. 1st, if the north end con- tractors make as good headway The river .section is. almost com- pleted. The difficult part is already completed, two pipe mains having been laid. across the river at the crossing near.'Diamond City. -The company's contract called for two river mains, in order that one may Ijc held in readiness in case of an In laying the river division, ty foot lengths of pipe were used. 1 hese u ere screw ed together, and then-clamped by sleeves, each weigh- ing, ono ton. These sleeves fulfil the two-fold purpose of strengthening the joint, and weighting the pipe, so that it will carried away by the river. The appioaches rnci now being built, and all is now plain sailing. About .two hundred men are employed on the contract, being di- vided, into three camps. at.Taher, Diamond City and Grassy Lake. The line of route 1ms been changed from Chin to the river, and now vims about two miles north of the line ori- ginally surveyed, although it is ,the same distance 'l.ethbndge as'the former one. MIIADI ey f PHONES; Offlct, 1224 fUiitUnct ma thai ihqv would retain about o'tldcH fot tea did not; MAY TIE UP THE DULUFH CARS RAILWAY 'EMPLOYEES ISSUE. ULTIMATUM DE- MANDING INCREASE to George Claxion lloatmg the water bur no nJliar nf ijig 'Ijoat or occupants: H is assumed that the boat sprung a leak and sank was supposed to he a laalj lyiod swimmer .So far tl.e bodi s h.ne not been hutr scaich patties left here in-'iu- tos with grappling hooks and tackle AFTER JOBS Iherd aie J200 candidates writing foi in the Can adian DiUulli, Alinn Mto Uk ing a postal card vote ihe strike com- mittee of the stieet tonductois and motorn.en of 'the "Bnlutli Street Railway compain has issued an ulti- mafltm in thn coinDanv staling that 200 men will stnke during this w if an increase in, wages is not fcrth- comirig. Conductors, and motonneh now lecene tl.e same rate ol wa from 21 to 25 cents an. hour. The men demand an increase of five, .cents an hour, that students will. be. paid 10 tents an hoiu pending a legn position, -that not. less than ten liourjj constitute a dav's woik and- that san- itar> waiting looms be provide I foi tlie.nwn. "I my life grows older And mine eyes have clearer sight, That under each rank wrong, some- where lies the root-of right, That each, sorrow has its purpose, Hy the sorrowing unguessed Hut as sure as the sun brings morn- ing Whatever is, is I cannot see Thy secret things In this, mj (Kirk abode I may not reach.with' earthly wings The heights and depths of God, .So, and patience, wait awhile, Not doubting, not in fear For soon in Heaven my. Father's smile render all things clear. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. T..W. Quayle, 506 Fourteenth S. Not receiving tomorrow Mrs S Shepherd Mrs J R Anderson 4 1 Mrs. R. J. Gordon will entertain Stt an afternodn on Thursday Miss Greenwood, I'Jdmonton, a house gtibst Mrs. S. Shop herd. Karl-Grey leaves Eniiand for Soutl Africa the 9th oi Jul> in the mlrr ests of the Boj Scouts "This is noticeably the case among theatre Look at the women the boxes at a -theatre at present and you .sec tliat the hands and arms of mos are bare-" Clubs and Societies Mr. Crooks, of Clinton, Out., is spending a few .days in .the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 12. A. Shar man. Mi. .mil Mrs John Or Ajl met, dit j arc guests for the sum met with the former's sister, Mrs C U Gnu t if Mr and Mrs S Shepherd tcrtainert for the weekend the lat- Irr's father the Messrs oi Maple Ureck1 Miss L dna Vuit's nfi'nr Incndb il learn does not intend letuinmi; to Lbthhridge, but will rcsitlc in the e.ist'in future, Mr Bruce Cotubeare, who has hern attfndmi; Upper Canada College, 'lor- onio, ipliiincd on afternoon to spend the smnmcL vacation al his Place Your Orders for Copies of THE HERALD'S PUBLICITY NUMBER Orders FiUed as Received Send in Your Order Now Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin "Russell, of Palgan, who been guests with Mi's. William after- noon for Waterlon Lakes, where thev w ill spend the summer Mr. and Mrs. Henjamin McGregor Iqft Kridav for Victoria, where thej will make their futuie home Thtywcrc accompanied by Jliss Iva Schweitzer, who will he uicir" guest foi a month and Mrs. II. F. -Spencc, 30 Avenue Road, Toronto, announce the engagement of their daughlci, Mar- jorie, to Mr. Arthur H. Britton, son of the.. Hon. Mr. Justice Britton, Huron :street. The marriage is to lake place very quie'tly late in June. Crimson and'pink caina- tioiis adorned Mrs. Alviu Riplcy's home, when she entertained, at a thimble tea on Saturday -afternoon. Two M.I} enjoyable con- tents rcsbltcd in HID being won In Miss O'Hajj- ai Miss Glafhs 'renttered a numbci of bright piano selections i t i, Mrs Gooderhain, of Toron i to, has returned fro'iff where- she spent a week as a delegate to Red Cross Society's meeting. Mrs. Gooderhain has again nom- inated as president of the National 'Chapter of Canada, Imperial Order Daughters Empire: In Halifax', X. S., the marriage of Miss Margaret Kathleen Jones, eld- est daughter of Mr.-Alfred E. Jones, and granddaughter1 of the late I ton. A. Jones, Men I.-Governor oE Xova Scotia, lo Mr. Ralph Douglas Cox, R.'X.; of M.M.S; ijv tiic Rev, Cation- Craw- ford, Dean "of Nova'Scotia.'Amongst the maflv presents wjs the gift of a Picture of the Cornwall from TI ft 1! the prnicc ol' 'A London despatch ,says H is no Icttgcr fashionable-tot women to wfar gloves with evening dress. "Long setm to haic out' of fashion fnr.thc. linic the manaEcrcss of A well kaown tumer's said today. i The Brotherhood of St. Andrew ol St. Aiifctistin's church will meet ihib evening. The Mission Band Wesley-church will meet at 4V15 -on Wednesday al" lernoon. The Women's Anxiliarv oi' St. Au- gustin's church will meci at 3.30 to- morrow afternoon. The Ladies' Aid society of Wesley church will not'meet this week nor again until Wednesday, June 5th. The Parish Auxiliary of St. Cypri- an's church will hold a sewing and business meeting at the rectory on 1 hursday afternoon. The officers, teachers and .friends of Knox Sunday school arc asked to meet in the school robin at eight o'clock oh Wednesday Im- portant matters relative to the wel- fare of the school will he discussed. N'ext SimdaVj Whit-Sundav, will he an important-day to the members and adherents of. Wt. 'Augusttn's church; .for on that ;day the church will celebrate its -twenty-fifth anni- versary. Special music will be ren- dered, "by. the choir, and appropriate sermons delivered bv the rector, Rev .J. E. Murrel-Wright. The Westminster Guild ot Knox church .will close .the season's session this "evening by holding an ice cream social. Un the program arranged appear the nances of AIiss C.hth lones, Miss I, M. Jones, Miss Cameron, Miss Vml, the Misses Mr Gordon Spencer and otheis All the people .of the church arp coraialK united j Tomorrow night in Knox cluircli concert will be piit on by the. Young People's (Jhoral Union. "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" will.be the principal number on- the program, in which the tenor-solo will-he" taken bv Mr. .Max- well; Musical will he render- ed-bv well.known local talent. Mr. Harry- -Barron 'will officiate nt the organ, Mr Lajton will he the conductor. The neat sum of was -realized by the Mission Band of. Knox-church at their'tea "on Saturday afternoon. MLS Chailcs McClenaghan, presi- dent of the societv, used the affair. 'A" consisting of -a recitation by Doris .Smith and piano numbeis by Donna Murray and Walk- er Dunham was.much enjoyed, The booths were, in charge ot the illowing McOlenaghan, Nor- man Higinbotham and Milton TaUor Fantir Marrs ,un Kale Thomson. -The'attractive flower adorned IR; tables were looked after the fol lowing little girls, al daintil} gouned for the occasion Marjorie Higinhotham, Stella Brown Ada licl, Smith, Dorothy Hichardson, Man Henderson, Irene Mulbert, Ev Fraync, Ida .-Brown, Eva Mutton May Young, Lucilc L'orspool ant Alice Brown. PIPE LINE MEN WANT MORE PAY GETT.ING CENTS, THEY ASK 30 CENTS AND ARE OUT OF Three strikes, amlalMn one week- fa the record of'Southern Alberta dur- ing the past sewn days. Two were in Lethbridge: the BituKthlc Paying Co.'s and the city's street railway employees, and the other was at Grassy Lake camp of Drlscoll Connors, who are laying the Pipe line for the big gfls company The latter, trouble took place at the ,GrasEy Lake camp of the -company last ;week. The men were getting an hdur, but that was not considered enough. Accordingly the lowing '.'mandate' was placed In the handi of the foreman In charge of the the undesigned, do ask for SO cents per signed bj forty-one laborers of tfic torn all of them'laborcru working on .pirtelaylng. These forty- arftr'now looking for new jobs, and though that tbey came to r Hudson's Bay Co. Good Things for Summer Eating at the Lowest Prices Libby's is on the Can, the Con- tents A re the Very Best: )X TONGUE'IN 3LASS LUNCH TONGUES 1 Ib. tint -UNCH TONGUES 1-2 It tills CEAL; LOAF Medium BONELESS v 5HICKEN, Ml thi 45c 30c 20c 45c P.IQ'S FEETilN 3 LASS 3LICED BEEF. IN GLASS' SLICED 'BEEF IN TINS ;HICKEN: LOAFT IN 'TINS DORNED .BEEF. HASH ROAST. 35c 35c 20e E5c 15c 30c above bear the famous Libby Trade Mark, the seal of ex- cellence Poulton Noels Specialties DX TOMGUE IN 65c Some Other Brands of Meal That Are Good Eating Corned Mark's Corned J pounds for Beef Benton's Corn 3cef, 1 Ib OC Z5C Canned Fruit Specials 25c 25c 35c Some Appetizing Sauces Libby's Sliced Llbby'i 3rated Soodw lerves Pineapple, Pineapple Strawberries 2 tins for' Raspberries 2 tins for Pears 2 tins for ?eachei 2 tins for 45c 45c 45c 45c lea Perfins ?ints lea A. Perrins 1-2. Pints rludson's Bay Spec- ial 65c 35c 25c 3unch Sauce Sarton' H P. Celellrati 30c 25c Pickles, Sdur and Sweet CROSSE BLACKWELL'S' BRANDS 35c 35c 30c 25c 45c 45c 35c 45c 35c Sustaining Hot Weather Breakfast Foods !OUR HIXED ONIONS .IVALNUTS HUDSON'S BAY PANY'S OWN SOUR MIXED SWEET MIXED Hemz Dill Plckks I'lns Heinz Dill Pickle Settles 18 oi T Heinz, Euchared Heinz Sweet Vlidget. 10 oz Hemz India CORN FLAKES ?er packet MALTA :VITA 'er packet ORAPE ;NUTS ?er Packet FORCE aer packet lOc 15c 121 15c PUFFED RICE packet ?UFFED WHEAT Per packet ORANGE; MEAT 3er packet :REAM of WHEAT 3er packet 12, 15c 25c Oranges at Wholesale Prices Our special facilities foi purchasing oranges direct in inantities enables us to gne closeat prices j 25c, 30c, and 40c, per dozen Ml our fruit is ofthe finest nfualitj and in bplendld condition Hotel and Bojrdinq House Keepers Phone1313 tiont.on case LEMONS, Picked fruit, per dozen..................... J0c Hudson's Bay Co. "The Greatest Traders of the Great West" Lethbridge, and may have been' the tomorrow's of the local troubles .-When the foreman received the officious looking document, lie lispatchcd it to LeUihridge.tCheqUHs were for thoEu represented on tlie list. They were handed to tbo nen the next dny, and their services ispenscil with. The paymaster went on east to'Bur- dett, after paying the men, and on his to Grassy Lake, he found must if them gloriously drunk, while two ot he resting securely be: lind the village cop's bars. Since then many of thorn hiive ask- id for their .old job's back-at: the old irkc, but ncv, men have taken their now they out in thf oM Most of thorn trciicd lo .ethhtidge. Tbo local troubles will be gireil at meeting of the City Council, and the .minorities will nothing at their Intention! until that time. .Meanwhilp all IB running smootnlj. TiMe Silver Grace, hciulyand quilityl arc all combined in. silver articles marked This brand, known M "Sihir is made in the heaviest grade of plate. There are many designs from J whicd vto choose. ;