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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta MoiHlay, May 5,1013 kwmm TEACHERS THE LETHBRIDGE JDAILY HERALD Paffe 9 National Council Women Say Eastern Supply is Depleted--Important Topics Jlonti-edl, May 3.-Saturday moi'n-Ing was devoted by the National Council ot Women to the reports of the slanding oomralttees on education and llie supervlBlon of playgrounds. Miss Ritfhia, In dealing with the oilnrallonal features of the Uominlon dPliloi-,-d that the better pay offered (ill' tein'hlnK pro-fossion In Western of one-�t the Land-seor Liona. She attu^k the polioe-tnan in the facp attd. her {riends regained- tJJe banneri'j'xq'i.nits the staff. This stvuggjp, artgejre'd - the - cro_\vd and tlie disorder yefJanie so genfTTl that ConiinlSglqnej! ".^VeUS, cojinmand-ing the mounted iplico', ojrdered the WhitohftU s.ide cle^ired. The order was carried out so roughly by the horsemen that Qoromissiiqiler Wells, noting the tewpex, ol the crowd, retired in favor of another. As. he was leaving, Wells was showered with eggs and orstnges and other missiles. Fights betyi'een the police and the crowd now be^nn, the 'chief results of which were battered faces' and minor injuries on both sid^s. Many of the rioters were arretted, but the crowds succeeded in rescuing raost ot the prisoners. There were a large number of isolated encounters, Requested to do so by the police, James Kier Hardie asked the crowd to disperse, which it reluctantly did, Mrs. Dcspard and other suffragettes spoke witiiout interference in spjte qf the interdict. Any attempt to arrest the women, in the temper ot the crowd, would probably have resulted in a dangerous situation. Addresses denouncing the government's alleged interference of tight of free speech were made by several members of parliament including Mr. Hardie, Josiah Clement Wedgwood, Liberal, and Joseph Martin, Liberal, and Robert Cunninghnrn-Qralmm,. a letter from George Lansbury, former Socialist member of parliament and now a militant suHragist, who was bound over yesterday in the sum ot $10,000 to keep the peace, was read,, demanding the right ot free speech at all times. At the Kihical church at Baywater last night, Mrs. Carrie Chapman-Catt, ot New York, president ot the International League ot Woman Suffrage, made an impassioned appeal to the British public to use every effort to suppress the white slave tralTlc between the heathen east and the west. She de'olared that this question alone wa.s sufficient reason for women to have the vole. The men's league tor woman suffrage, which was refused permission to bold a meeting ih Hyde Park this atternoon, attempted to do so. A tew speeches had betsn delivered before the police arrived and dispersed the crowd, amid disorder, o'wios to the presence of hostile crowds-Many women suffragettes tri?d to address the crowd, but all of the speakers were arrested. Two women wore arrested, one of them being the daughter of George Lausbury, the Socialist ex-mouiber ot parliament, who is now under' heavy bond to Iceep the peace. MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 If I have faltered more or le�a In my groat task of happiness; If I havR moved among my race And shown no glorious morning face; It beams from happy human eyes Havo moved me not; if morning skies, Books and ray food, and summer rain, Knocked on my sullen heart in vam, Lord, they moat pointed pleasure take. And slab my spirit broad awake. -Rol)ert Louis StevenSQU. �   HostesspH tomorrow; Mrs. C. R. Young, Sovpnth avenue and Tbirtetialh ftreet. South.  * * Mr. Ale.\iiuder Oliver, .Mr. King and M". .1. n. .Moore wen-' week-end visitors at Crow's Nost. a   Mr. W. K. 'Raley hag returned from Toronto, where he was attending th� University of Toronto.  � � .�Vllss Ursula Archer iulendB going east to reside at the conclusion of liie summer ,ocal term in June,    Mrs. Richard Bailoy and son have gone on ar. r\;tnded visit to ttio former's homo 'u Kngland. During their abfiBUoe Mrs. Durrans will occupy their home at '. 47 Eighth street South.    .Mrs, C. 11. Vox, of Winnipeg, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Stacey, leaves for home on Wednesda;'. She will be accompanied by her little granddaughter, Miss Avis Stacey. who will be her guest for the summer. Mrs. Stacey will go with- them as far as Medicine, Hat.    Mrs. McRae was the raison d'etre of a dellghtfullv informal thimble tea given by Mrs. U A. Simpson op, Sat-' urday afternoon. A tew ot Mr�. Mc-Rae's most iutlmate filends enjoyed a happy hour wi'^n thimbles, after which the hostess seived inviting viands. �   Miss Ethel Addy, whose marriage to Mr. Tangye will be solemnized on Wedneraday, was presented with a lovely pearl brooch by St. Monica's Guild of St. Augustin's Church. Miss Addy has been a faithful and energetic member of the Guild during her residence in Liethbridge, and held the office of secretary-treasurer for some years,  * * Mrs. McRae, who leaves shortly to make her future home In Qlenoo?, Ont., was hgnor guest of a^ bright little thimble tea, which claimedi Mrs. J. B. Reuter as hostess this afternoon, The hostess wore a chic gown Of blaolc and white serge, while Mrs. Mcv Rae wore a handsome grey eoilenn^ with touches of helitrope. A huge bouquet of petunias, held in a cut-glass vase, which rested on a centra envbroidered in pink asters, adorned the table. .'^Irs. D. H. Elton assisted, and was wearing a becpmljig costume of blue aatln.  �  The amateur production of "The Country'Glrl," which will be staged at the Majestic Theatre next Monday and Tuesday, and In Macleod on Wednesday night under the auspices ol the Relief Society, Is attracting widespread Interest, The cast Is as follows; Barry..............Mr. Fred Rose Nan............Mrs. G. R. Peters George Challoner........Mr. Petts Rajah ot Bhong .... Mr. B. S. �young Sir Joseph Verity. .Mr. F. Waddlngtoii Douglas Verity .. Mr. H. A. Nicholson Marjorlt Joy (The Country QU'l) .. ...........Miss Ruth Freeman Princess of Bhong............. .............Miss Dorothy Young Princess' attendants. ..Mrs. Morgan ........and Miss Mary Simpson Madame Sophie......Mrs. Bournue Granfer Mummery.. .. .. Mr. Jarvis Lord Anchastor......Mr. Robltfson Lord Qrassmere .. .. Mr. ^lobertson Majo'r VIcat .........Mr. Querla Rube Fairway ..... Mr. V. R. Brown Mrs. St. Qulnton Ralkoa........ ............Mfs. W. s. Harvey Nurse.............Mrs. B. J. Sehl Lady Ancheste:-........Miss Beck The chorus includes Mrs. H. D. Williamson, the Misses Leech, Johnsoji, Nlmmons, Hendrle, Stitt, Patterson, Young, Price, Msitheson, Davis, and Messrs. Sydal, Rhodes, Weaver, Scott Colpmaji, Pernis, Fleming, Cuilan, Cocq, Bennett, McGougan and Harris, as gleaners, villagers, soldiers, loVds and ladies. Stage Manager____Mr. G. Harper. Musical'Director .Mr. G. MItford. Stage and Musical Accompanist, ......Mrs. Pi-ank Waddlngtoa CLUBS AND SOCIETiei? The sesBlon of ICnos Churcli -will meet tomorrow (TuewJay) e-^wiiW' '��. St, Andrew's Brotherhood of 8t, Cyprian's Church will meot at bbv��� thirty on Friday evening, � �  . The executive of the Westraluster Guild ot Knox Church will meet this evening. The Women's Home .Missionary Society of Knox Church will moet on Wednesday evening. " �   The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Augustin's Church will meet at three-thirty tomorrow afternooii . * �  The Woman's Auxiliary oi St Cyprian's Church 'Will meet on Thursday afternoon at three-tbiTty,  * * The Women's Foreign Missionary Society ot Knox Church will meet at three o'clock on Friday afternoon.  * > The Ladies' Aid of tli.' First Baptist Churth will meet on Wvnlnestlay atternoon, "with Mrs. Willlunis, ii'U' Sixth avenue South. i    The plan of- reserved deatfi for the amateur theatrical, "Tiii^ CoiuU-ry Girl," which will be p!e>ented at the Majestic next Monday ai;il Tuesday, is now open'at the flai^on and Itisch office. � *  The Ladles' Aid of Weeley church will meet at three o'clock on Wednesday. This Is the beMiiiiiiriK of tlip church year, and the ol fleers wish that all the ladies of the eonsregation who have not yet Joined the society, would come out and assist, as (here is much to do this year on ae.eouiu ol the building of the new rhurch.  * t The ladies of Westminster church and their tTiends are reminded of the meeting this evening, at wlilch Miss Udy will give an address on "Woman-^ ly Woman and Her Work." There | will also be a couple of solos and the evening, which la in charge of the Christian Womanhood department, promises to he very profitable. � * � The annual report of the Relief Society, which is here given, will prove interesting to members and friends of the organization: The officers are: President, Mrs. L. M. Johnstone; flrsi- vice, Mrs. J. E. Lethbnldge; second"vice, .Mrs. E. A. Cunningham; secretary, Mrs. A. Southard; treasurer. Miss B. Nlmmons; executive; Mrs. Courtfce, .Mrs. McKII-lop, Mrs. Rlgby, Mrs. Fairfield, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. ^uchauan. Durt^ the , yfar Vie society held ten regtflar meetings with an average attendance of eleven, also three special meetings and one executive meeting. The president's report was: Ladies [vnd"'Gentlelnen:-The result of the operations of the society during the pa,at year, ending April 14th, 1913, 'will appear from the flnanoial statement and the nurse's report to have been very gratifying. The receipts from collections agd donations are considerably larger than during the preceding year, and not-Ti-ithstandlng the fact that the sale ot badges at the Lothbridge annual exhibition was prohibited and no charity ball was held, the total receipts reached practically tho same figures as during the year 19n-12. The expenditures, on the other hand, have slightly Increased owing to the large amoiint of work done by the society. It will be seen, therefore, that flnan-oially there is nothing to complain of. But the same cannot 'l^e said with regard to the Interest taken by the individual members in the work of the society. The attendance at the meetings has been exceedingly small with the result that the hu'rden of supervision has fallen upon the ghpujders of very few members. It it had not been for the faithful and intelligent attention of the society's nurses it Is feared that the anO'^^' statement would have shown very pngatlsfactoi'y results. It is to be hoped that during the ensuing year a more active interest will be taken by the members at large in the conduct of the affairs of tho society, so that there may be no decline In the steady iprpgrass that has been made since Its faundatton. The annual meeting will be asked to consider a change in the method of adminlBtratlon so as to ensure that in the absence of any one or more ot the officers from timo to time the work may proceed smoothly and without any hitch. A number ot the officers were, through a/bsence and ill health, unable during tb? past year to give the amount o� attention they would h.ive wished to the routiije work of the society and bb p. cons?-tjuenqe an undue proportion of this worH tell to be dona by a few. The annual meeting will no doubt consider the best method of meeting this conditiop In the future, 93 well fts some means of enlisting the more agt-ive co-operation and assistance of the members generally In cai'rying on the society's work. The society owes a debt of thanlts to Its nurses for their faithful attw-tlon to duty, to the doctors of the city tor their support and sympathy, and to those of the public who have gensrously qpiUrtbutsfl to the gq. cjsty'B funds a�d sp �i.nfrbl9d It to oarry o� Its goiPi mv�,' In presenting tlifs, our third annual repprt, we aro s.atiBflflij that the work of t'he mission continues to hU n great need In this city. The work )s oarrlw on quietly, and we believe there are many people we > I , > ',1 LADIES' SPRING SUITS AND COATS ARE SELLING READILY THESE DAYS Make Your Selections Now, Before Varieties Become Depleted The New Cream Serge Norfolk Suits -Are decido.dl.v chic, others In fine French Whipcords, in plain greys, two-tone fawns, also some very smart shot elfecta in Whipcords and navy and brown Bedford Cords. Materials al) pure wool: linings, tailoring.s and finish of the highest attainable standard, while stvlc-i are up-to-the-miniite. d-i 1 s:A f,x (COS tlti Spedlaliy Priced at . . . .,................................. JM4.0� tO -T^JO.UU Johnny Coats have caught on It is nuiuy soa.sou's since any particular style of garment lias attained such rapid iiopiilaiity as has been accorded the .johnny or % Mannish Ctjai this year. We have scored a big success with our line and have .jii-t rHceivtd another consignment of fancy Tweeds and f'lahi Coloieil serines, incNtdiug (|^^ j-^^ .Sj?*-* >0 Dressy and Durable Rain Coats for Ladies and Misses Some in rubberized silk, others in lain-nrool (.'a.shniere finish Paraiueita, oiliei s iu rubberized lined Corduroy Velvets. Com pletf nvw of sizes g.- >� ^, U:.).> -jk for Ladies', Misses' and Girls', Prieed ,1'.....................'VO.iO HI .7�-...>U The Hudson^s Bay Stores help. To the sicU in homes where the Income is vexy limited it means much to have our "loon supply" add to their meagre lot o'f bed linen and clothing, and thus give them the comfort of cleanliness they could not havo without this help, and the further benefit of medicine and necessary siiCk room supplies to those who unfortunately cannot provide these things. The city police have been very ready to provide coal and food to any needy families we have reported to them, and our relief has been given in clothing, medicine and sick room delicacies. Our Christmas relief this year was spent in giving Christmas dinners to nine families in their homes.. Toys and new clothing added to the'Christmas cheer. }m comparison with last year we i*eport an increase of 54 patients. A greater proportion of our patients have had free nurslpg, and a larger nuBiber have paid part of our regular fee. We cajl freguently on these ex-patients and as we have opportunity continue suggeations on the care and feeddiig ot intonts a,nd children, and genera! hygiene and sanitalign. The time in school is spent in assisting the >sohoo) medical Inspector with the exaraiuatlon of the pupils and in wnltlng the necessary notices to be sent to their parents. We would here express our gratitude to the doctors with whom we ha.ve worked, to those who have contributed supplies and money for the work, and to those who have helped us -with words ot appreciation and en-coui'agemeot-that have meant more tp tjB at times than we can possibly express. The following figures will help to show the extent of our work: Clsssjfipation of Patients Obf cetrical-njQthers ............. 85 Obstetrical-Infanta .............. 82 Operations ...'................... 44 Intestinal troubles ............... 19 Internal troubles ..............., 14 Nervous tTOubles ................ 0 Mastitis ......................... 5 Typhoid ......,.................. a Accidents and misQellaneous ..... 21 Total .........................278 Number ot patients under 1 year.. 96 No, patients from 1 to 18 yeftrp... 26 No, patlenfs over 18 years.......IBG One hUTIdred and forty-one patients pair regular fee and received 450 calls; 94 patients paid part tee and received 685 calls; 43 patients were treated free and received 283 calls. Claaelflcatjqn of Calls Professional-day ...............1-TO Professional-night ............. 103 Friendly........................1383 Business and investigation ..... 225 5'or school work............... 110 Total .........................3091 Hours spent at school .......... 195 DonatiQns and Distributions Clothing, shoes and stockings f5Jr men, women and infants; old linen, groceries, vegetp.bles, fruit, Hour, eggs, toys and flowers have been donated end distributed to tho sick and needy. Two families have been given practically ail their clothiing for the past year- Seven patients, have had medleiBe provided! fruit and delicacies fflven' t9 U paWents, flQwej-g to MARY u QvmimnA}�i, By baiiii baUnee Ap, 1 1912 | 2^8,68 By collections -......... fiBD,30 By donations.............. 531,65 By fees ................ 154.50 Ey nHrsss' raglstry teps .. 16.00 By sehool board .,.........: 400,00 Hy f:iir booth ............. J48.00 By congres.s boxes ........ 70.45 By teas . .'................ 41.80 ?2(11U.S1 Disbursements To salaries ............... $1352.00 To supplies {10 the poor) .. 02.0:'. To rent for Nursing .Mission ::(J0.00 To furnishings ............ 83.�0 To booth ai fair ......... 252.30 To telephone ............. 10.00 To water ................. 18.50 To fuel ................... TH.Od To light .................. 20.30 To reports ................ 17.50 To sundries .............. 29.G0 To bank balance Ap. 1 1913 '.115.63 J2691.81 Assets By furniture in .Mission ---- ,$150.00 By lot won in News contest 200.00 By school contract due June 30th .................... 400.00 By outstanding accounts____ 50.00 $800.00 BE3RYL L. .VIM.MONS, Treasurer. * 4i � The report ot Gait Hospital for the month of April, 1313. is as follows: Nimiber of patients in hospital beginning ot month ......... 40 Admittances during month ..... 72 Transients admitted during the imonth ..................... 3 DEAN BIDWELL Of St, Geprgp's, Kingston, elected Bishop of Kingston and Co-Adjutor Bishop of Ontario. He was elected on the first ballot, which is unique 115 Number of patients discharged during month ...............� S2 Deaths during the month ....... 4 Number of patients in hospital at end ot month ................ 46 Transients didschargad during the month ................... 3 115 L9^vest nuinber during month .. 30 Highest number during month .. 51 Dally average during month---- 46 .Number of hospital days for private patients ................. 311 Num/ber of days lor ward patients, paying ................ 504 number of days for ward patients, tree .................. 369 Number ot days for H. N. W. M. P. patients ................... 57 Total number of hospital days for the month ...................1331 Number of operations under general anaesthesia .............. 42 Number ot patients treated In outdoor department .......... 7 Nuniber of dressings In out4por department................. 19 Number of hospital ambulance calls........................ IB The hospital wisheB w agkppwleSfgs with tliaulta, the (oHowinjj cpptrijjii--tlops reeelved during; th& jnpntb: Magazines-Mrs.-G. k P, Conybeare and -J. G. Robertson. ;' Mr. David Hunjp, $2.00. Flowers - The Hospital Flower Guild. ,  Toys tor the ohiildren-Mrs. C, P. P. Conybeare. The Hospital L&dles" Aid gent the lollo'vylHg.-Pi'UH,;gBe flanBeJ,9j,{e night dress, 6 yards of linen tor tyay covgrs and yards o'f dliglty' for be4 EPreads. , , . HE ENDED ,THE ' WQRRIE^v ENMRT, s NTARIO FROM FIRE BLAZE STARTED IN BAKERY AND WIPED OUT SEVERAL BUSINESS BLOCKS North Bay, Ont., May 5.-Ehgle-hart, on the Temiskaming and Ontario Northern Railway was visited by a disastrous fire this morning. Ifc started in a bakery and wiped out) several business blocks g,nd residences. The total losg is estjtnatefl *t $125,000 with less than $50,00.0 Insurance. Two nien were arrested for looting during the progress of tho flames. HAD EIGHT MAJORITY Medicine Hat, May 3.-Returning Officer Dundon yesterday formally announced the i-etum of Hon. 0. Mitchell as the men)ber for, the IJJedl-clne Hat constituency In the,provincial legislature. The tfltal counted vote totalled 3640 ballotg, of which. 1834 were cost for M4tohe}l; and iSli} for Spencer. M'oaitreal, Maj^ 4.-T7W. B; Chuppxan, a brokefi weltjch^wn. for-'many years in tjie clly's'financial district; suicided on Mbiinf-J poyar on .Sftturday' by tiring a ibullet'ln'to his brain. Cream WE ABp READY TO DELIVER AT mm PRICE A6 QPr DINARY MILK OR CREAM. 'By this Brposgg tbs wJl|c,wlll hegp ggpd idui'lng tlje hpttegt weather, and nlggly reoom.-niende^ by the Medical Pfot^S-BlP.n- .;., . 11 ;