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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ThiiMday, April 17,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD ?agft � M1{M MHILIIM I'WIIIlKNl IN IMMSON This Is a picture taKsn or me surrragece loaaer auring i tbt-mef incai*-ceratlon In Holloway jail. At writing) reports say she has not eaten anything for ddys and siitTragettds eit^iebt Her to be released Any day* although she Is Under sintertce to sirve. thi-ei ysars far conspiracy In'blowing' up Lloyd Qeoryc's house. / Music Hall Brawl at Nancy � '.oaUiv.iad Ham fron: page) fend alb* dty btead and black Saus--ago to be stuffed down their throats. Rough Treatment MerrtberBOt tho GcrmtHi patty personally describing the aflair, say the ladles as "well -as lUetgfciitleihenWera kicked, struck and Bimt Upon, whilB raihvay offlolalB, poUcoiiicRi oftloers and soldiers loaitcrt on lauKhing. The - Germans were insulted and mishandled in tha- Itiwest manner at the station. Soldiers, WIio wete flnally ordered to protect tliem, while in the railway carriago joinad in thfe excesses ot the crowd who fol:ce'd thftir way witli the soldiers, into the camago and for orfcr an him until the ;ile^ partdre of tho train, the most iu-^ crediblo thlh|B ioflk plfled, The be-liaviout of the crowd of, 800 � persons can only he described as tliat of a mob suddenly gono nmd. Suddenly loud, hooting'was heat'd on the platform and thq crowd flung itself on two new vidfciinsi hierGhaiits from Thas-mgii. BVcryohl: sht5\ittd: "Tlloae �re aanaans, who dctidca oht ariay," Was KsoeptlohBl � It Is jJointed out that hundre'ds of thotisands of 6-eraians are constantly visiting H'rahCo atld are never molested or treated discourteously. The dfrectot of the Nancy Casino says thb. lli(5ident thWo Jiassiia Vmhotioed. The proprietor of the Jirasaerie tot-rhihe says the ,-^roup ul six students made jokes atvthuir Expcnsp., presently, one of the studenta weht up to the table at which the O-ormans were sitting- and laid on it a 'Sheet'of paper on Wtich; was written a sentence in German. Gno'of the Germans read tbe paper and' pushed It aside^ 'spying, lironltsaUy,." what had German." Tha-proprietor, seeing that the Germans wore not pleased, requested tbo students to.leave the stringers-alone. He made oxxuses for the stu-donts whO) hevsald, bad not meant Rtiy offense^ One of the Germans re-pil6d : "I know Naucy, and, being, a SiiUdaht, kaow ,how turbulent stu-j. dejdts tde. 1 ^hall come here for a-yoar'sistudy at one'of yodt faOultifes. Stiiij I cannot help regretting the remarks, of which mv "friends and my-�blf have bpen the>obiect." French Oflioials I'ained In French gt)v6i;nt�Biit circles a painful imptessioli' h&B been Caused by Hon. Von Jaogow's speech. "It is incttmpreJiEhBlble," said a high ot-llcial, "that the Oernian secretary of' foreign affaire shodld'makb such re-^' llectionB' on' f^itoljo wltliodb waiting' for conflrmatioa I?6ta ds and before' rocBiving the report of the diploma-, tist who called at the Qual B'Orsay on behalf of the German ambassador to ask if We bad reliable liitormatlon regarding the incident.'' : The French press regards the affair as regrettable, but preserves a calm attitude and suggests that the pan-German press has eagerly taken the �incident as a means of retaliation from the Zeppiiiin mishap. The Petit Parisien says : "It is much ado about nothing. The pan-German organs are seeking to embit-j ter , Ftahce-German relations." I The Temps calls it a "pothouse I trouble, "and says the disproportion 1 between the; true story of the incident and the comment of the German papers is "stupefying.'* EDITED BY "INO" PHONBft Offlee 1284 ONE THIiVG NEEDFUL Oh, eyes, What matters it, if the pure blue o' the skies Dwells in your depths, or all the stars of night? , So you- be bright -With tenderness, you want no other light. I WILL STREET RAW LOSE Mayor hahdie;-8ays sVbteivi will BE $15,000 .pEHII^J) this -VtEAR  Silver Spoons knives,' fotkd ,and Borving: i pieces; in miny tequls-- ite designs^ are stamped lil7i�ISERSBR0S. This brand ia known oa � and Itm&dein thbjieaTlett grade of pjatq. Satis-faotion^ls g'uaratitofitl.f TWO 6t the niosLmtetcstihg items appearing in' the committee esti-. mates for this year are in oonaectlon I with Henderson Park.,and; the street I raihvay system. ^ . Will the street railway show-a deficit for the years? That has. Ways been one of the questions uppermost in the minds of ratepayets since, the I money was voted to-build it.- Mayor i Hardio evidently 'does act think.. it I will, and to meet the deficit he^ has I inserted in the flnanca, oonitnittefc es^. Itiinatos an .item of $lo,000. Last year the .doiioit amouiited .to some $6000 for about three menths' :dperr ation. ; Superintendent. Rejd is very;,_hope-^ ful that he will be able to make the revenue meet the operation expenses. The system is averaging nearly 400O people daily at the present tltae. >i-Ie thinks that with proper attraetlons at Henderson park the .average can Be raised considerably; . The item in" the debenture list for this, year for boat house hnd landing dock at Henderson Park lake is thetetoto timely. There was cohsider-ablp discussion some weeks ago about the advisability of spending money for the hoat house this. year. However, the parks comuirttee decided thatif the park was to be the attraction it might be, 'the money would have to be provided, and there^ fore inserted. $2100. Thoro is notti-ing in tjic estimates, -however, for grading the yaribus sports' grounds at tho pdl-k. This will likely bo done by the park superintendent: out of the general fund (or parks and boulevards capital outlay. With such ,'prepara-; tio'ns for making Henderson Park the: amusement';; oentlre pt the city, thero should be no ditliculty in rais--ing the average for. the street railway, system to' 5,000. Mr, Reid states that with that flgure. as a ,daily average the deficit of the system tat tho end of the year would be very smiilL "' ' , " G. T. P. BOND ISSUE. liondoti, April IT.-^T'be - p-rand *rri4?ik P.aolfio Railway are issuing ?] 0,000,000 4 per'oeht. debentures at 87, . ; ' ' ' I'. -v.i/ Oh, mouth, We ask not -that tile fragrance ot the south' Breathe from thee, that tjiou seem a scarlet flower Fron? Cupid's bower if B-mileB and gentle speeches be they dower. '�-Mollie Measham.    Hdsteases tomorrow: "Ivirs. 13. B. Hilt, for the first time ih her new Upmo, corner Seventh | avenue and Eleventh Btr�et South,   > Mr. OlBren-ce Rogers baa returned from a trip to Caigary and polpta, in Montana. '  � � ' Rev. William Shearer, of Calgary, is a guest lot a feW da.ys with Mrs. J. R. Miner.  �  Mrs. Hillls Will fte a guest with Mrs. T. W. McWcol for a few days before leaving for Argyle.^Sask. Mr^. Ai J. Sutler atid cliildrett lefl^ve at the ettd of the taoiith to join Mi*. Sutler, at Tafj, B.C.. where they will spend the BUiiime'r.    Mrs. K. D. JohhsSii was nostess of a aelightful bridge liast evening. Four "tableis were ih play, JWS. F. W. Downer aiid Mr. J. G. koberlson capturing the pretty trbphles. * *  ISrr. T. N. Johnston, ot Ottawa, IS visiting with his daughter, Mrs. -B.S. Jackson and sister, Mrs.,Hugh Boyd, for the  remainder of the week, en route home from a trip to California. e �  Mrs. W. J. McHae entertained at i chain tea in connection with Kn0^ Ladles' Aid yesterday. A unique feature was that all the guests wolfj grandmothers. Sewing was in order, after which an inviting menu was served. Those present were Mrs. Taylor,- Mrs. Stafford, Mrs., -LlUey, Mrs; McVean, Mrs. McKillop, Mrs. McNeil, Mrs. Kirkham Mrs. Gray, Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. Sheard, Mrs. Dleseth and Mrs; Gitford. ....... Mrs. W. J. Wliiiams; Sixth avenue South, was hostess of an enjoyatile thimhle tea yesterday in connection with the First Baptist Church Ladies;. Aid. Sewing and social Interceujpfe Whiled away a pleasant hour, after which the hostess Borved' dainty viands. Those- bidden were Mts^'Ci jD, Leader, Mrs. Saunders, Mrs, Ann-strong, Mrsi George Whelen, M[rs. A. G. Watson, Mrs. Gilmore, MI'S. ,R.j,F. Sang, Mrs. Packer, Mrs. Txaoey, :MrBi Wanless, Miss Currio, Miss Jepsdlli Mips Jonifis, Mlfls Oarpenterj Miss Gardner add Miss AUworth, �  � Rivervfew 'was the Boene df ijuite one of the most brilliant,socl&l-funcj tions of the week yesterday afterr noon and flvening, when Mrs.-.C. Fi' P. Conybeai-e was formally- at home/; 'and her daughter, Mrs. F. B. Flshet,-was holding her post-hUptial- recet)-tion. ' The drawing room was converted Into a veritable oonler.vatory.-, of -fra^ grance and blossom. :� Palms -and ferns, with immense clusters of pink Killarney roses, calla lilies, and' whli^ carnatlonB We;re pretty in the?ex-' treme, ' ' - � . ' . Mrs. Conybefire looked decidedly well in ft distlnctlve.gown ofVwhite -jsntin, with gold-beaded tunic and'cor--sag6 bouquet ot violets. :, i'. >:.; , Mrs. Fisher was radiantly lo:(and'cttK; Iseimbuttti Invited to the dlhltfi^'tiSofli;^ The tea/ttt'blp 'was a vision. Of Idve-lirtessi with It's drawn work co-ir'er o'viSr pUrpie silk, cehtred with a shoiwer 6f-fragant violets In a low oUt 8laa/>b'o*l, while loiir silver vases,, holdingvthe same blossonis wef.e etfeotiveljfv^piafe-:: ed. A garland ot .pufple ohlffdn reaching frota the el6ctr.6llefv-^ttfi" oiie' of the vase^ heightened the t))ebSitig effect, .while the IbeS, sw.eets ah'd'.otli-i er'viand^.dalhUly ei^pre^Bed'tU'^ icolbr scheme^of pu-rpW and'white. '; Mrs, J. W. Mes^ltioi, in a modllh^rii-a.tlen Of Skxe, bitie ihlffonlbi^^iP'iSlljk and rosebud toqiie presided oy,W thfe tea and eotree equliiage, atid Mrs. W. S. :Ga;lhi^atthtHtt' dttllity;, lavehd4l'.:.:llb'-(f'' erdd chlifou with ,8llk tritohllttgH a'ntl large :-whU^:llai:;fatted.wlth^^^^^^^ >-et and adorned,wljthi^le-Vf'etliirifild lavender chiffon, cut ithe ibep.''' ^ �' : A qudH^ttiK;.:el:-'.:ia6ft,jSSBigtaiitfr"ln-; eluded Miss NlblgtJkVdt jiedlcl^^ Hat, of tie bwa'asttjalda at tii^ hsiiBtr Co&ybectre .nliBtlt�16!.;:MlB6, ."^tomnh, Miss Dunconfbe and Ui^'i MewiBurji. Miss Nibl06k W-OTQ a, 6lA?.)tt costume of white, Satlni,-with'r^chlng[il^^?e'lf;' and pearl accespories. Miss Vrooraan had donned an elaborate gown dt. royal blue satin, with chlttott overdress,' edged with pony skin, anxl black toque with orange mount- and osprey. Miss Duncomb^ was wearing a pretty toilette of peach chiffon over silk, and pale blue picture hat with plume. Miss Mewhurn wore a clinging feo-Dvn of eib-broldered pink chiffon ovet satin, and small corn colored chapeau; with white willow plume. CLUilS and SOCIETIES The Flower Guild will visit the Giilt .hospital as usiial at three o'clock; tomorrow afternoon. The MathesiB club hold a splendid meeting -Nvith Mrs. W. C. Ives yesterday aftetnobn with fifteen members ptesent. Two thoughtful papers, ,on- "Household Economics"^ were' read by Mrs. a. S. Dunham and Mrs. T. R. Davidson. Tlierc will be just J two more meetings ol tlie club tbife 1 season, the hext ouq being at the  home of Mts. C R. Diiniels. - � c � � � Wesley Ladie-s' Aid entertained at Ian informal at home yesterday after^ '. hoon. A large nuhJber of the ladies ' of the. congregation were present,' and Some ne-wppmers were made particularly wclcbm^,; The'time Was spent Socially,In^-'getting better acqliaiilted tod choice viands were served. Mrs. S. B.'-Mitchell and iMrs. W. R", �Virtue divided the honors ot, pouring tea and coffee, while the assistants weire Mts. V'dudewater, Mrs. Allen and Mi^'^ Jiltbbfcll.; i*-   All enthusiastic meeting of thb I Lethbridge Tenhis club was held, on i Tuesday. evening with twenty iiiem-bers present and Mr. J. G. Robert-. Son in. the,chair. . I' The rules and regulations werfe I brought^up and-passed upon, and it i was decided to have the Saturday afternoon teas, these to .he in charge, Of a committee of ladies. The flrst tea will mark the forpial opening of the feourts on Saturday next. ' Mr. RaWorth>li^|(]Jonatod a silver Cup for cottipetitioh  m the gentlemen's singles, while .Mr. M. S. Mc-ArthUr has donated ji Union .Jack and Dr. Mason siiwojpennants in the club colorB of purple- and gold to de^ corate the pavilion. . A phone has recently been instaljod in the pavilion for the convenience' of the club members, and everything augurs well for the I9I3,season. , j-  � � The Women's Aid of the Gait hos- ,' pital wish to convey their lhanks 1 and appreciation to- the following, | . for . the success of the ball last month, by their donations! and refreshments, money, etc., MrS. A. A. i Smith, Mrs. C. W. Gray, Mrs, S. B; 'Mitchelli Mrs. Lewis, Mi's. 0. McKil- ! Ifepi .Mrs. Wm, Henderson; Mrs. F. IB. McCaw.Mrs. H. G.-Clarke, Mrs. iR.'S. Smith, Mrs. C. D. Bowmanj Mrs-'-F. Waddingtbh,, Btts. H. Bent-Ifey,: Mrs. W. B. BUrneft/Mrs. A. B, Stafford,. Mrs, .1. D: Higinbotham, Mrs. R. fi, feiieriocki AIrs,-A, � E, Ives, Mra. E. N; Higinbotham, Mri, tnybearcj Mrs. F. W; Downer, .Mrs. ' J.;^Gordon, Mrs. 0^: V. Smith,^ Mrs. L. M. Johnstone, Mrs. 0, Delay, Miss Annie Dixon, Mrs. Lelliottj' Mrs. Tilley, Miss McLeay, Mrs. Gal-i' braith, Mrs. >tclntyre, Mrs. Katie I^alon, Mr; Rowley- ahd helpers) Dr* Mewbub. Tetrill Floral Co., Bawden dros.,' Letlibridge Hotel, Dallas Ho-' tfel, -Kirkham Bros.j ."the Bunbeapis,* Geo.: Kerr & Co., Mi?.'Killien, Hed^ Ifey Drug Co., Red Ctds? Drug Co., JackSoh bamask; 68�lncb \vlde; pei? yard.......�;....... MEj^I Note These Bargain^ , Saiili^le Suspenders, $1.00 for 35c. '"StjiniJfWfiturers'^ flfetnples ot Men's Fine Susponders-' mostly-'>&TlI"7i!)C valud,i'"with quite a number ot regularf:.,, 91.00 v^lUei^ thrown in, to be cleared at per palp '...................................o : Men's Wool Sox ^ot)lcK kjllt l^eather Mixed and Black Wool Halt Hose. cartn.6t be beaten-^In regular way at 36g pair. C '.....I........................ ^ IkUv , . ' _ ]V|eii's Felt'.Hats z""^'"- FedoraS and ttnoijk-abouts, In .pure wool and Fur F^lt, " Colors, greys, browns,^eto. ,$2.50 vklue gg . Mule Skin Palms ^ vV "Aa'dfe espftelaliy tot men Ivabdling rough materials, such.,, aB.luinher, bflek, freight, cte. Durable, neat 'lEii �ool. Regular S6d, ?or.............>...... Tea Room > Dainties 'tomato salad with br^ad dnd � hutter and Tea or �! Coffee .............. IOC ," ANCHOVY EGGS ON TOM^W and Tea ot Coffee '' - ^ ........fiUv. ice cream ANB ffect.' ' ;