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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta icsrtay, Maj 21, THE IVKTTIURIDflK DAILY Alberta Saddlery Co. LETHBRIDGE TeiitB.'Waeoii Covers, Camper's bed, blankets anil camp cots. j I TcnVsIze 8.x Teill, alzb 10 x oz. ..___ U'c alao carry a well assorted stock and can furnish all styles and sizes at a very short notice. Supplies n of .supplied Oii'n' private 'in clivliliiu is or "coiilra'utcrl-s WELLINGTON BROS. I. 8. Phone J DUMRDON IN THE I.oriilon, May' Cosmo Onff Ciordon- loday Lo ;i latterly nr.imination into his 1 rnnduct the ''Sinking .of -the- prnai steamer "WliL-ii ihe Board Trade lic'aniig" resumed under-the prcsiilL-ncv Lhc .-Drill hall- of" ycoUisli f Rillcs iiiven -vlo.the annorv- in-milittiry colors. you promise the live lioiinils'lierp'rcoL-'after the .iiic-boal "...went back. lo. the 'nskctl the. ,-iHloriicy-gciici-alr, Kfr Isaacs. "A'evcr.'knW .the.boat Ihc.reply. ,.p.ii Irish "liikd-clasa' 'uiissengcis -asked if he yljuat a ncga. .Live-reply, ask'cd "You saved '.lives and left others to drown "The position, of the witness is bad aiiggcslcil Lord Mersey. I'Do you.Chink to ask-ijuch .1 quEs-- iion j-' This h rough L a round .of applause from in the gallery, which was repeated lime after lime willi- out a word of .'.reproof fioin the' judge. .Sir Cosnw icsliftcd ihat .1. Brure Isniiy, general manager of the While Star the-.nighb_or the riinc.1 ivith the ship's doctor as his only companion. This is a.conlradic- tion oi'fl. woman passciiRci' that Is- .inay.Kat at a lianriiict with Captaiii .Smith and others. Allen C.' Edwards, M.P., attorney for the dockets'.; union, called atti-n- tioni lo ihe between the evidence; (if fi. Symous, ic lopkoxit of the Titanic', and-that "o DufV'Gor- (liui. The former said bull, wornnu and iir'un rushed tq'Hlie rboaLH, while insisted his story that he luil'been lor'some lime on the per- mission Lo enter a bpa'i .wns cqrrcct-. "The- possihilily of peering to help people in the; was, lliOLighL- of'.'" AtLo'nicy Ed- wards.. DnlT Gordon finally relieved o ihis unfriendly a.ni .imdct the direction Uuk pvcr-IU'M-sLbryYoi-" the incident which is now Seed Potatoes Early Ohio's, specially -picked, at per ton fcntley Co., Limited SUPREME FIXES DATE ON NE TEMERE'DECREE Ottawa, May Siinrenn Court this dcfLnltely fixed 01 Monday, May .is the date for the hearing-of -the minion govern men Tin application was i jinule by I, L. .Nsw coinbe, Deputy of Justice, on behalf, of- Ca nada, and was ragreed to.hy Wallaci Xcsbitt, K.C. arid HellHirinlh, K counsel -for the Dominion govern mem. j' Lemlcux read a tele gram from the Quebec government, ag reeing tO'the.'i J-'. T WEML'S SimNG Wells May Bricr- ly, is visiting her moih- nr, Sirs. Amlcysoii, at Wells farm." MLS. If. (JoldsworthY, Miss -iV-is'-f Wood and -Mr. M. T. Hri.sld.wh 'wicrc visitors to LcLhljri last wccki. "A jolly; parlyi of people., [torn Wells Siding aJtricndcd the' dance at'Ray- mond lai week given by Ray- mond Hpurd of Trade, H. E. iloldsworlliy, manager On.hc Alljcrta. Wheat Growers1, ranch, linisli- od hip spuing seeding, ..including wheat; oats and barley, last Satur- day. 3MsR fMcrri.U, nf who .has beer. M jisitjng II, ft: Gpldswor- eft "Thursday, for Indiana, where she L'.'cpccts Lo spend Hie summer. Went to Death With Prayers lor Everyone _ _ -I. Seed It Pays to Start With the Best Variety i Oreen Slonritaln Potatoes are the standard market variety by 'which ollujfs. are judged and ar e, tlie niosi. profitable to tho grownn .They'are a while oval po lato with' shallow eyes and are ei- ceplloQally uniform In are unexcelled in 'both eating and koenliiR anil have proven one of th" best yiclders In this dlnirlcl. Local Brown seed Is Ihe besi.' I HAVE A LARGE SEED OF MY OWN GROWING T. W Dike (COALDALE, RURAL PHONE 615'. Richeson the Girl Poisoner was Electrocuted Shortly After Midnight May. V. T. RichcHon was electrocuted ut 12.17.08 this morning. The current was turn- ed on at 12.10.02 and the prisoner wan declared totally dead at HM7.08. The former Uaptlwt clergyman, confessed poisoner of Avis Linnell, of Hyuunia, his one-time swcictlicarf, was outwnrd- ly calm when lie entered tlie death chamber, and he. maintained bfs cout- posure while the" Btraps'and electrodes wore being adjunted, us he sat In ilie electric oliair. Richeson walked, to the chair er- ect, eyes straight ahead -until Jie sat down. Then he closed his and Kept them shut until the cud. Seated in the chair, he wau asked a scries of questions by Hcv. Herbert S. John- son, his spiritual adviser. In the course of one of.ihls.answers1 JIG snld: "God will Hike care of my soul, and 1 pray for all. i forgive everybody." The1 last of "Arc yon willing to "die lor -Tesu The reply, in nil even, well modulated lone was simply, "I nm willing to die." Th-e current applied was volts, eight amperes. One application was sufficient. 'When the '.the-execution entered the death cham- .ber, after walking, through .ths prison iii'a pelllng-rain.. heard sounded through the walls the strains of song. It was Richeson and spir ilual adv.isers. Ilev: Mr. Johnson and the chaplain Stebbins, singing. Dis- tinctly audible, as they'closed, were the words, "For, lo, what e'er befall me, Jeaus dooth all things well." Richeson'left 'his cell-'smiling ..at ;12.0S.-' :on' the death ,he ahdolt hfiri'ds! AVilllam A-' Mbrse, bis counsel; then he said, and walked .on. .He was 'd'ressed plainly, in a bfack cheviot suit, -a' frock coat, white vest, white turned.down collar and