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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta . 4 �> 'f'i Tuesday, April 15,1913 THE LETHBRI]>GE DAILY HERALD Page 9 HM TAYLOR IS IN M TOILS CHARQED WITH HAVING VIC. pUSLY ASSAULTED EUIZ-ABETH TRUXON THIS � j MORNING \ 7, 'i After an oxtremely �xoltlng ohase '�n UoTseback, at noon today, through �flsveral alleys .aittd streets. Deteotlvo-'Sergeant Kronlng sucoessfully ended .'ft real Uvo hunt by capturing hla rquarry, In the peraon.of Harry Tay ' lOl-, colored, who was "playing "poB-�um" in an outbuilding back of a  Umall brlok houpe on Third avenue ajjd the railway itraok, and landing Vim in a coll in Police station No. 1.' - Hairry is a Taylor, also a tailor, but ihas not heea-following his trade' very "strenuously of late. It is said, a-nd got into; itiiouibte.; - . . ; Elllzab'eth Truxon, who Bwore out th� warrant, says" aha was badly used At ^ayldr^a handr this inomlng, being beaten with A bi^oken pi'boher, and .iifplsed (^mo^t insensible. She man-Aged, to ^et to the station, and- as "�h*e was lajrlng; InformnUon, rtoteotlve Eroalng, who was "wise," strolled out lb se^Kilt^oiCihe'Dian la the case. So as tovhafa hlni'TViiea the warrant was ive%dy, H� did nyt "stroll" very .long, 4o'w9vei\,-?Qr as he leiJt the station flijpr,, hla ^e rested on the re-it^'ubtabki Harty,- some two blocks B^Way on therallroad track. Taylor, who siplfdthe ihimter from afar off, ,flld not olbnb a tr^ea, but proceeded to /beat I'f'-'wiith all possible haste. And fhe ahiisA was on. Taylor seemed to Bomb speeder, so I>eteoti\'� Kron-Ung- prdceeded to board a near-by MMd, .wiiloh, though not capable of tag a'mila In 3:01, or anything like t/pMaaeed to run Taylor to coyer, ^d he W9S yanjci^d out (by Constable .X\]rbes and Incpactor Skelton, who haA-anivei on .the scene Just la time, PeteQtiTe^I(:i>ontng standing guard the .�frhlle on his noWe mount.-^' TtiTloe, fteslflep beating the woman \ko bloodabed, is alleged to have, de-Jjftroyed insiay dollars' worth of fuml-Hnire.andvdlahas, merely aa an outlet to'bis feelings. '_He will app^ear before Magistrate ffllfon tomorrofV 'morning. , , � WTiTS BORN E -got 'in just Cike � burgu-ars-^ placed . dynamite 'in all thb.-rooms \ Hastings, April 15.-Mili.tant sUt-I fragettes fdsBtroysd the seaside mih~ J sioh atSt*: Leon^rd'srOn-the-Soa, be-^ longing to Arthur. Phillip, member o� parliSm'eht lor'Hastings. The women not only set Are to the house, but piaice^,:^x(Bipa}ypp-in all the rooms. ,The resldedpo; hadonjy recently been [ .vacated.". :'rhoy adopted the method often used- by burglars for entering itho' hqupa.' ."nief- first, spread papers Hoovered with Jitn over bhe window: ISO as : to � 4eai^en the sound and nip^aUd tlje ''large panes ol ^glasa itWth I|m"nter|�i^-^TO^ preventing Itjio l)rii^ gl^as from falling. Th� HirameQ Sftd ^DR^elf begun their work whon-a*wyl9B:6f explosions occurred. One ot't^e'flmnon was struck on the: btead^yla jpiece of metal and sarious' " � (irad,; (A- iW'rge, quantity at am (jift'tie i litotatuxe was found ia tW NTO THE eOONTRy rTHAT IS REASON FOR MONEY STRINGENCY, SAYS FINAN. CIAU POST MAN Mi\ W- O. Ha��ird, western representative' for the Financlial Post of Canada, of Tqjpontd^y�. ; They 'ttrill make their hpmg^ii}: Edmonton. MiM Cross and Mr. Clauston met by Rooldent in a lop^l hotel'a iev days ago, neither, knowing the o^her was in the country. Their' enga^'en^ei^t was announced at Muskogee and Guthrie five years ago, but the young woman's father objected 'to the marriage, the youth, of ,the bri,de-to-bp apd difference in religious beliefs' beings the' chief-obstacles. They parted, promising to be true to each othen 'Miss Cross, who became'possessor of valuable oil E^nd.farnjing lands upon attaining her legal majority, devoted much of her .time to 8tudyinrthe southwest, he .was attracted' to .'Pdmonton, western �Vhetfdquaj'ters; f or ^ three � transcontinental sygtemfe.^ whloK ^are extending their lines, to various, parts of thJe.iPrx>vlno6:.i>f^* Alberta and northward' beyond ,the hflSth Jiar^Uel. where mllHons of acres of fr^e finds are be-Ittg developed' and settled by ^horne-ffteadWB:- He did "not � epootinter any difficulty in making.' satiafaotory con-, noctlons with a >o'(>fa(lraotlng'fism. Miss Crosse oami['tb;ihl8*^#ovlnoe of Alberta, prtmajrilRi tttj.invostfgate - reports of gas and oil ^^trlk^S north of BJdmontdn and ifftrsw -thp, country. Having no acqmaa1��Bfiftia;53��9onton s^e rej^lstered at a^^loofil hotel, planning to ylBit tlie hlpt^rlRiQd pa the inorrow. .That �v�qlHg. she was seated at the samWjjfitble tyi^itr-Mr.'Clauston. Recpgnltlqir'VaS'mUt^&I an^ instantaneous; TJiey-ip^edgeifl rtheip troth anew and at tlMa Im-, ^i^Bslon that 1 wouI4. '.hotel,- but .AtJp^3Vitf^;)>|i; i(�ld: ; 'It seems thp,t; ;it;Ti�m-;�nd.,ta tthe rejfular story-boijiltrr'wl'^aft^: they were-married an4*:]eji^d; fh'lpgnr' eVar afteipward.' Migo^oii ?JJ^*'|i!9�!!�i gqod. poptunl'ty both." Many IdkMisn but Pro8p^fi&|ibi)c} At present It -^^pftftW �I'^v^Mt'A J,t' would be some l?pfow; ...wpjlf stjirts on the ^ltf^t|on plani ,^he subway agtemoap,' [hoijfpyer, should bo ratified within' a shoyt' time, and a large nurabei;. ot iy)U vthen be. able to find work 'in the C. P. R. yt^rds. - _--, GOL. PEUCHEN')� p^iyiPANV . INCREirll 14.-^^ t^e^ Maluretanlaji Qpir.^it^itir'ffi �] 'en, president of tSje^'SiSaftflfard'' OJieftl-oal Iron and �iii^!)0p"'Cdr9|; Canada, Ltd., placed on '^|i^ I^d(^ti',(ni^rket 11,000,000 stock qJjl^Ja'spiid^ny �jvljloh' EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Offtee 1224 Rea. 111S In tome brief silent space of wasting. serving of inviting viands concluded day, When work and world and clanging hours are fled And withered tP the seniblance Of a dream; 't . When all the laughing jure of noqja Is dead,, Aud evening throws the magic of tier sway In sweetness smitten stream., There first awakes  tho deeper tenderness, v Between two hearts,, at -this long day'a close; Then, arms to arms, whait love may soothe and' bless! ' Jfon'e but the yearnlngi mother-spirit knows. , T-H. J. G'Ba-ien.^ Hostesses tomorrov/: ; Mrs.C. F. P. Cony^eare and Mrs. IS. Sisher, Rivervidw, �ahernoon ;and evening., . �.,�''�*'� Mrs. Thpmas Taylor Is! in Bosv Island today^ln connection with W. C. T. U, executive worV '    Mrs, H. Adams, who was Pperatsd on at the Gait Hospital yesterday, is doing splendidly. �   ......... Mrs.;MoL.panV of Maple Creek, who la,with Mrs. J. W. Bawden, will'be honor "guest of a thimble tea,"w&lch will claim Mrs. D. H. Klton as hostess' tomorrow afternoon. Mrs.' �William Scott and her guest, Miss McDormott, of Plncher ' Creek, returned from Calgary on SajtUrday, and MiB;^ McDermott returned home on Sunday, night, '  v *  * Miss Nlblock returned from.,!vied{-clne Hat this afternoon tp assist at Mrs. P. E. .pusher's postnuptial r^cep-tioe tomorrow aitemoon. and evehlng. i>  .  �Mrs. C. F. Smith is entei'tai'ning;..Qn Thursday afternoon in courtes^;;; to Mrs. McLean, of Maple Creek;- w-ho^is-a house guest with Mrs. J. W. Bawden. '� Mrs.'William Scott will entert9.jln at, a chain tea in connectloa with Knox Ladles' Aid tomorrow. A irum'baf of additional guests hav.o been bldd^a besides?'the seven-days.  �./ � *� '� � /. Mr. and , Mrs. Thos. W,,' Patoiyiig Ueligh'�l\',i;|/ entertained the .^yotfiig people of^Bf..-AnlPreWls chUTch'jag^^H'r home iasf ev'ehlng. ' Ga'fefes aiiG'inviBlc -----.J./. ..v. ------':;,'-.i*�^r a pleasant time.  an. The engagement is announced in London of Miss Diana Lister, daughter of Lord Rlbblesrfale, and niece of >ir8. Asqulth, to 'Mr. P'ercy Wyndham, only son of Lady, Orosvenor and Mr. George Wyndham. '�   Miss' Orchard has gone on an extended visit to Vancouver, and in the fall intends returning to her home in St. Thomas,. Ont. Miss Orchard will be much missed In Wesley church and Sunday school,- where she has been a most'active'worker since coming to the city. ' Shp-organized the Hoine de-pairtmettt of the. Sunday school, '.and successfully i built up a class of boys f'rottn a "membership of two to twenty-two. , �� CLUBS AN.D SOCIETIES provided the amusements, ,ancip the The junior W. A. of St. Cyprian's church will' meet tomorrow afternoon. ',   The Slok-room Sunbeams will meet at-the, home of-Mrs., C. P. P. Cony-bewe, Rlver.vlew, on, Thursday afternoon this week. Instead of Wednesday. . �    The Mathesls club will meet tomor-jpow afternoon ;wlth Mrs. W. C. Ives, C06' Eleventh street, at tliree o'clock, when a fu.ll attendance is requested. � An -Important i^peclal meetmg of the Lethtiridge Tenuis,club will be held thi?; pvenlngat 318 Sherlock Build ing, when, it is; earnsstly desired 'that every member'bei present. The meeting, is called for- 7.30. . . � ,, �. *.... . 'The ladies of Wesley Iiadles' Aid wish to cordially invito all the ladies of t'he congregation to their reception aiid social .tomorrow atternoon.  ,   : iThe Ladies' Aid of 'the Fifth avenue Baptist Chiirch, have arranged for a concert tp hef, hejd In the church on Thursday, pyenlng, April 24. A good programme ip^ being arranged, and re-freshments.wlll be_aerved. Tickets at twe^ty-�lye cents .lor adults and fit-teen for.chiiayein may be had a'l^ 124 Nineteenth stre-2t'North and at 610 Sixteenth .sfcpegt .^^rth, or from, any member^. of-^Jthe A,IAi-- '...... stphe Ladles.'Ai^; will meet at the church on, Thursday, April 17,^ at three o'clock,'..wljeu all ladles! �welcome. -, ;j'j, ., , �. 0 N E O F T H E J of Knojt- Church last-'evening, gavs^-an excellent address, oh � ."The Stranger within' bur gates.!.'.i'deallng especially With the 'Ruthenlaus.i' She traced thelT national and-church history in Burope'sdn'ce the middle ages, and the jppdem history of their-Canadian -set-'tlemeats. 7'.'"The' tJddrfess displayed a valuable fund of �-information,' and was most (Intej-eating to tiiose present. ^ -'v'VjfeBley Church-was filled last ev-enlogf when Wesfcrninster and Wesley. Epworth leagues held a combln-edimeeting to listen to an ^address hy Rev. J; P. Westman, who is superln-^ tendent. of E(pworth ileaguos- for- Alberta and British iGolumbla. The lecture '-was: heautlfuUy .Illustrated with! one hundred'' and-.flfty lantern slides, taking the audience fTom Newfoundland ito British'Columbia; in an intensely vivid and interesting -manner. The miasionary activity- of the Methodist church in Canada- was clear \y "^own, and altogether much valur able Information was imparted. St. Cyprian's A.' Y. P. A. held an �especially interesting.literary evening last, night, a goodly �inuan'ber being lu atteiidnnce. A 'iVord-building contest resulted in Mr. Will Simpson winning ithe- trophy, a book "Gems of English iVerse," by building 130 words out of i.the' letters in "Young. 'People's Asso-oiatlOin,'" in the flftfeen minutes' al-i^'fted. .;, Mr; E. N. Hlglnbotham's-'talk- on '?Barly Days in Lethbrldge" proved most entertaining, as well as instructive, and was mads,-particularly real tO' his audience as.the' iacldents related were matters of actual personal knowledge to.the speaker. * Mr. Hlginbotliam was tendered a hearty vote of thanks for his address. A.clever pPrtrayal of the trial THE TIME IS NOW and THE PLACE HERE Where Your Needs in Carpets and Rugs can be Supplied to Best Advantage NOT AT ANY TIME IN OUR HISTORY have we been so well prepared to meet your requirements in Carpets and Rugs as now-never were qualities so good-designs and colorings so handsomely luxurious, nor were prices so extremely reasonable as are exemplified in our this-season's showing. This, in spite of the heavy ad-vancfes there have Ween in the cost of raw materials. As an extra inducement to assist you in making selections early, we are offering fot tliis week ohly. ' � These Price Concessions on Rugs of Exceptional Merit ' Wilton Rugs . -Beautiful soft green and rose^ shades, :4^:^:fyjeg. 19:50 foB-.... .$7.25 .:.Green Oriental and GonVentional designs in beautiful'tones of fawn an-U green. 4� X 7^ Eeg. 114.00 for .. .$11.00. 9 X 10^ Reg. $37.50 for ,. .$29.93 9 X 12, Eeg. $40.00, for .. .$34.95 Two-tone, green medallion rug in thick pile. 9 X 12, Reg. $50.00 for .. .$39.75 Green floral design with touch of fawn coloring.  9'x 12/Reg. $45.00 for .. .$35.93 ' .The Above Prices Foi* Brussels Rugs Dainty Blue Conventional Designs 9x9 ;regular $20.00 for........... GREEN FLOBAU DESIGN - 9 X 9; regular $20.00 for ......... green r66EBUD design  ' 9x9; Regular f22.B0, for.......... FAWN FLORAL DESIGN '9-x Regular $22.50, for .---- GREEN FLORAL DESIGN � 9 X 10'6"; Regular $22.50 for...... QBEEN ROSEBUD pATTERN 9 X 10'6"; Regular $25,00, for ......'. FAWN FLORAL DESIGN  -9'x 10'6"; Regul?ir $25.00, for........ GREEN ORIENTAL DESIGN  '9 X 10'6"; regular $30.00 for .____. GREEN ROSEBUD DESIGN . -, 9::X 12: regular $25.00 for........... GREEN FLORAL DESIGNS ' -9 X 12; Regular $27.50 for ........... iGREEN FLORAL DESIGNS , .^9 'y^ 12;;'.regular $30.00, for.........;, Ca^h^ Ipinly ~ Buy Now $15.75 $15.75 $17.95 $17.95 $17.95 $19,95 $19.95 ',$23.75 $19.95 $22.00 $23.75 The Shoe Sale is to Continue Until Saturday Night-' 'tis Better to Buy Now Than be Sorry You Didn't HUDSON'S BAY STORES scene from the ."Merohant of 'Venice" brought ifffrtli:* ejitUusiastlc applause. l�s/-G. R. Rhodes as Portia, Miss Shirley laB-Kerissa, Rev. Canon 'McMillan ais Sbylook; Mr.i J. Jones as the DUkej-Mt. Ilv G-,i Straker as Bassanio, Mrt^Bi-IOi^JaokBon': as Antonio, Mr. ,0. 3^'Rhodes "as feratlano, and'Mr. Will Simpson as fialanio, - �'J'he'.fiii^.aiieeting of the season-will itake the .Jorm. of a social next Monday nfg1it,"Tvh'eh ekch one in attendance ,is ,requested','fo come representing: a-Gau'sdian' rfty or'town. Tlie-annual'tmeeting of the Women's Relief Society, was held- yesterday afternoon-iB'ithe-'Sf.v-M.C. A. A-change was made. In .the-constitution to provider'for_ tlie. government of tilc society T)y.a'toard of directors, and the following.'were'appointed: Mrs. I/. M. JohnSit6ne,vMrs. Lethbrldge, Mrs. Tet-terly.VM/sii'.Oalbralth, Miss Nimmons atidjvMisiiii^^e'n^l'O*''!'''''!- ' �In Mr*/.'Liethbrldge's absence- Mrs. George.�RoWuson'.iiludly consented to fill'the-vacahcy.' iThfi; toUowing is the nurses' m'onth-ly repontt.-.: >..... �: Report of>District-aBd Relief work for . '"" 7 March 1913: Numter of pa'tients attended.... 82 C&lltf-ProfesaioYiai'.........IIB ; > 'Friendly .'.' ........ .. 130 �---BusIiiepB-and' Investigation^ ll ftota) 256 H'ours^.Bij.Sht'at-school ...... .. 14 '�OlOthdug.?, has/'-been received fronj; MesdaTnes-Hergan, Downer and WU- Uam&o)5'.-''KeW garments from the Prb- tlieon :S;S/class,. ^ jeibthingo-has been given to tfiree Vamilies':and-; one-infant. , -T-hS.( nurses' reglsiter has had eight callsi.'for nurses,,Jive of which were supplied.. ,~' ^ .OF ,..g>iT.ERE8T TO ''^O^IEN .;,'Tlio 'fiumber of professions that nowadays offer cnreeis for women U steMily:'ln?oreasing. ;Twentj;i�y^4;-s tlgo the scope for fepinin^'i talents, 'such as had been cultivated' Ijy 'the- higher education and trained by speclallzted'fstudlea was curiously limited,* and'-%elMtnown educated girls, anxio'us'to eaEn.'thoiT own livelihood, found, dppbrtunities, restricted by barriers of �ex- in  num-, erouB directions. ..... - .' J 'Slowly, but surel'y.-.^n'd alipost in.; sensibly in man;y 'instances,' have' these barriers been meliing away'. It seems but the other Say-thlEtt none of the learned profession's'aij^ ^ highly, specialized calllp'gs >vai'e ,effe(!tively: open to women.^aeem^ easier; to count the profe'ssl6ns which still; exclude women thau'thos^ Av'hlCh'ad--mlt 'women to a siaVia In ,tfiei;r.,prlrJl-,' eges and emoluments. .,S6, \he posl-; tlon as it concerns ^wipmen'aprqfes-i sional opportunities .i8'4iO*A!|)eI'bg r'e-l versed." ' |. - j-'i''!-......- Many of these Trofop^ionpl-open-' ings Jiave been pojnt^d.'put fronf'time i to time, and entprprlalna Ja^lep .littve: pioneered-a way into-ibe vnnks of ar--chitects, accountanta Of sfltp'ok-irok-i ers. . t : . ;|t is only when ^tlie .-yafietyiiof ipre^j sent-day feminine int^t^ests- la' pfofes- \ sional work of one .ki�0 ,pr-tinptlier Is I surveyed, in .the. aggregate, rhowever;, that one can realiee- the : astonlfibing-, strides wii'oh-PusTifulSejninlsm'Bas al-! ready, achieved in tlie.*i4sy worUaday, .world. . ; . , ji' \ . You will find women librarians' aA-ong the books, -wonj'envtl^cturars'' on' the platform; women" g^rdeael-s;. am^i ong the flowers/ . Tdn "wlU- fInd. 'woi men health visitors, aaiiitanyittspeotf. ors and shop luspeators ?+'amo'n^ the i employees of muiioiptil .bodlSs,  aJs � there 'are' women -factdr^ inspectors) and school inspectors.'' � '" "', It is 'true that in mostitff fheSe fcall-, ings the number of-woin*ii'*liilinactive-practice is comparatiyelyr'fsnlall'.'.tiiat � women stockbrokers^ -ire' nij', more than two or three, atj^^ejpio'si:,-(and, women architects barely!;" ino^'reFnumer- otber useful occupations than'th&t of v architecture, Why should-noi;Wiiaien become house agents, and 'even'au^-.v itioneers? The gift of tongue; auddt soft persuasiveness belongs: to women.;, [.more than to me. Rent collecting would 'be a loss congeniatcaliing/ ,buti [there are^ many fair property' owners, 'who save agents', fees by dJUgently-; collecting their rents for'th�lasel-y^f;;5 "Why shouldn't tliey make a btlslness, of It, too? .. -1 Iri medicine, too, there ai^-;nxa,ijy , subsidiary vocations, .be8ldeS-Hhd.Be?o�:>, pdoctoring, nursing or derjtiitr3^.,^'j; v!,^,- - ous. .'> But'the all-esseintial'fa'ct f^.:'ths;i:''t'he few exlsti'-aod'haVfi foi'Qeata"wacy luto skilled prbfessions iu-^\\ybIc'h,,niGn;'heWi an absolute mon6pbiy^j]o|.so very'long �Woman is only at*th8:|)egjpning of things.' Assoeiatfed with: Hlie; hWe and its planning, for''instanoV^ are BIRD'S^^Ef E VIEW OF DAYTON BEFQRE^Typ FLOOD In Sliver Grey Charmouset'ano , ' TWo aspects 0T%.\-J�^ has'.b.een']-eno^0