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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE SUNLIGHT SOAP is made from the sweetest and choicest of edible oils and fats. It contains no harsh or strong ingredient. It is thepurestandmostefficient of oaps and, if used judiciously, the most economical of soaps, ua Red Cross Report for February Tlio following roport shows that the women of Lothbridge and surrounding districts arc ready and wll-', ling to do all the Rod Cross. sewing '. ])rovidod them. Nothing should be wanting to eaHe and comfort thoso who fall in battle or Ruccumb lo the strain of the trenches. , bet memory and patriotism loosen .tho purse strings to prevent any lapse Uv this humanitarian endeavor of the lied Cross. .- 0. F". Clul�~2 shirts, 10 pyjamas, 12 pillow slips, 11! binders, (i flannel binders, 4 amp. slings, 8 surg. stockings, 56 handkerchiefs, IS T.'s, 4 arm slings. 12 towels. Protheon Class-9 pillow slips, 11. towels, 6 flan, binders, (i T's, I! M.T. Hull- Building-3 pyjamas, 1 pyjama trousers, 6 pillow slips, 6 towels. 10 flan, binders, 24 hnkfs., (i T'li, S M.T., 3 pnou. jackets. Women of Latter Day Saints-6 shirts, 6 pyjamas, 4 aprons, 4 sheets, S pillow slips, IS towels, (i binders, 2 surg. stockings, 4 arm slings. Pentecostal Mission-3 sheets, C pillow slips, (i towels, 19 handkerchiefs, 5 T's, 1 pair socks. St. Mac's W. A.-1 shirt, 2 pyjamas 5 pillowslips, 5 towels, l! binders, 12'handkerchiefs', 3 T's, 3 M. T. Thistle Sewing Circle-7 shirts, 9 pyjamas, 4 oper. gowns, 4 aprons, 10 sheets, 24 pillow slips, 21 towels, 17 binders, 1G flan, binders, 6 slings, 48 handkerchiefs, 8 amp. sling3, 12 T's. .' Aden-8 shirts, 8 pyjamas, 6 sheets, 12 pillow slips, 14 towels, 0 binders, flan, binders, 12 T's, .wringers, 2 pairs socks. Burdett-8 shirts, 10 pyjamas, 4 aprons, 48 pillow slips, 36 towels, 3 binders, 2 flan, binders, 10 amp. slings, 2 surg. stockings, 36 handkerchiefs, 1 T, 3 M.T., 7 pairs socks, and donated 21 slings, 10 yards sheeting, 14 dozen safety pinB, 9 cards safety pins, 4 pairs [Jocks. 4 balls of wool. Commerce-G shirts, 6 pyjamas. 4 oper. gowns, 4 aprons, 6 sheets, 12 pillow slips, 12 towels, 12 flan, binders, 1 prop, bags, 36 handkerchiefs, 12 T's. 9'M.T., 1 pair socks. Coaldale Women's Institute -10 shirts, 16 pyjamas, 3 oper. gowns. 3 aprons, 12 pillow slips, 12 towels, 40 flan binders, 8 surg. stockings, 84 handkerchiefs, 15 slings, 37 T's, 0 M.T., 9 prieu. jackets, 1 knitted face cloth, Jl pairs socks. r - � --- Mrs. Gould, Crystal Lake-10 toweis. Foremost--38 shirts, 35 pyjamas, 10 oper. gowns, 2-1 sheets, (it) pillow slips, 60 towels, 18 binders, 77 flan, binders, 4 surg. stockings, 20 stretcher caps, 167 handkerchiefs, 78 T's, 25 M. T., i pr. socks, 2 pneu. jackets. Hardiovil.le-5 shirts, 3 pyj.,' 7 aprons, 2 sheets, 18 pillowslips, 22 towels, 6 bindors, � flan, binders, 13 hand kerchiefs, 26 M. T. Sorosis Society of Hyssop School- 2 shirts, 7 pyj., 1 oper. gown, 6 shoots, 12 pillowslips, 12 towels, 10 flan, binders. Cfi hdkis., 4 slings, 19. T's, 2 pr. socks. Mrs. Green, Kippenville-24 flan, binders, IS hdkfs., C T's, 2 pneu. jackets. Magrath ProBbyterian Ladies' Aid- 8 shirts, S pyj., 4 oper. gowns, 6 sheet;'', 64 pillowslips, 88 towels, 22 binders, S7 flan, binders, 5 amp. slings, 4 surg. stockings, 96 hdkfs., 25 T's, 12 M. T, 6 pr. socks. Manyberries-12 shirts, 10 pyj., 18 pillowslips, 24 towels, 4 flan, binders, 2 aprons. 0 hdkfs. Mrs. Fracho-12 bedpan covers. Mrs. Fowler-12 towels, 12 pillow slips. > Airs. Oripg-8 hdkfs., 2 flan, binders MrB. Kick's class of Soldiers' Help erg-172 hdkfs., 125 towels, 29 hind erg, 4 oper. gowns, 19 sheets, 21 flan ! binders, 30 face cloths, 15 bedpan covers, 25 T's. Mrs. Hagerty-5 oper. gowns, 10 �urg. stockings, 3 aprons, 2 pyj.  Mrs. Hendry- 24 hdkfs., 6 laew cloth's. Mrs. Harrison-12 hinders, 12' pillowslips. Mrs. Hammond-12 towels, 6 binders. Mrs. ITanly audi Mrs. Petri-3 pneu. jackets, 36 hdkfs. Mrs, Inman-12 pillowslips. 34 towels, 1 pyj,, 5 slings, 21 hdkfs., 6 sheets. Miss Jones-6 binders, 12 towels, 1 amp. sling. Mrs. Kerr - 13 towels, 6 binders, 5 wringers. Mrs. K/iowlden-12' slings. Mrs. Lam'�l>t---fi piilmvslips. 3 sheets. Mrs. Macbeth-2 aprons ,6 binders, 12 bedpan covers! 6 prop. bags. Mrs. Washbrook-8 sheets, IS pillowslips, 27 towels, 4 binders, 2 amp. slings, 6 T's. Airs. Wardman-6 sheets, 12 pillowslips. 6 siings. Mrs. B. McGregor-12 sheets. Mrs. 1). McKenzIc-1 pyj., 2 aprons. ".Mrs. .1. McGregor-6 towels, C pillowslips. Miss Noutce-24 towels, 4 flan, binders, 48 T's. Mrs. Pryor---12 towels, 6 flan, binders. 6 pillowslips. Mrs. Raid--10 sheets, 24 face cloths, 7 binders, 18 hdkfs^O towels, IS pillowslips, 10 T's, 1 pr. socks. Mrs. llosslter-12 towels, 8 amp. slingf. Mrs. Richardson-16 hdkfs., 12 flan, binders. Mrs. Robertson-6 towels, 5 flan, binders. Mrs. Rivers-12 towels, 21 flan, binders, 0 M. T. Mrs. Spauloing-5 aprons, C oper. gowns. Mrs. Soares-2 pyj., 3 shirts. Mrs. IT. Scott-1 oper. gown, .1 shirt, PERSONAL MINERS ( Inhale Impure Air which weakens lungs, causes throat troubles and leads to miners' consumption. All miners should take SCOTT'S EMULSION during fall and winter to enrich their blood and strengthen the throat and lungs. 8COTT8 contains pure cod liver oil without alcohol or harmful drugs-it builds strength and acts as a bracing tonic, RtfsM Alcslwlk Sabititmtes. ,Tnke No Chances! Move Poisons from Livsr and Bowels at Once. Mothers, can rest easy after giving "California Syrup of Figs," because in a few hours all the clogged-up waste, �our bile and fermenting l'ood gently moves out of the bowels and you have a well, playful child again. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, and they become tightly packed, liver gets sluggish and stomach disordered. When cross, feverish, restless, see If tongue is coated, then give this delicious "fruit laxative." Children love it, and It can not cause injury. No difference, what ails your little one-Hf full of cfjld, or a sore throat, diarrhoea stomach-ache, bad breath, remember, a gentle "inside cleansing" should always be the firBt treatment given. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups are printed on each bottle. Beware  of counterfeit fig-syrups. Ask your .druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup- of Figs," then look carefully and see that it Is made by the "California Fig Syriip Com5' pany." Wo make no smaller size. Hand-back'with contempt any other fig syrup-Advertisement. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow. For full Information apply to Agents r Company's Office, 270 Main t, Winnipeg. 2 amp. slings, 8 surg. stockings, 1 stretcher cap, 24 hdkfs., 12 T's, 7 pr. socks. Milk River Red Cross-11 shirts, 13 pyj., 2 pyj. trousers,. 2 oper. gowns, 29 towels, 18 pillowslips, 2 binders, 15 Dan. binders, 60 hdkfs., 30 T's, 18 M.T. Bethel Ladies' Aid, Milk River-3 shirts, 6 pyj., 2 oper. gowns, 15 pillowslips, 12 towels, 7 flan, binders, 6 slings, 6 M. T. New Daytoh Ladies' Aid-2 shirts, 2 pyj., 2 oper. gowns, 12 pillowslips, ti\12 towels, 12 flan, binders, 24 hdkfs., 1 12 M. T. Spring Coulee-1 shirt?, 3 pyj., 2 oper. gowns, 12 pillowslips, 30 towels, 88 hdkfs., 3 pr. socks. St . Kilda-10 shirts, 2 pyj., 2 oper. gowns, 1 apron, 2 sheets, 6 pil-1 'wslips, 16 towels, 12 binders, 11 flan, binders, 2 amp. slings, 21 hdkfs., 1 sling, 4 T's. Warner-4 shirts, 4 pyj., 8 pillowslips, 6 towels, 10 flan, binders, 2 surg. stockings, 15 hdkfs., 3 slings, 11 T's., 3 pr. socks. White School District-2 shirts, 10 pyj., 11 oper. gowns, 48 pillowslips, 55 towels, 40 hdkfs., 6 M. T. "' Wrenlliam-6 shirts, 6 pyjs., 12 pillowslips, 12 towels, (> binders, 12 flan, binders, 24 hdkfs., 12 kit bags. Winnifred-6 shirts, 4 pyj., 2 oper. gowns, 12 towels, G binders, 6 flan, binders, 6 slings, 6 T's, 8 M. T., 12 tri. slings. Baptist-1 pyj., 1 oper. gown, 9 sheets, 24 pillowslips. 1 towel, 8 flan, binders, 6 hdkfs., 4 M. T. Central W.C.T.U.-1 pyj., 6 sheets, 10 pillowslips. 21 towels, 2 binders, 4 flan, binders, 38 hdkfs. Christlnn-1 pyj., 3 sheets, 6 pillowslips, 9 towels, 30 hdkfs., 1 T. Children of Mary-6 pillowslips, 12 towels, 15 hdkfs. Eastern Star-3 pyj., 1 pyj. coat, 7 pillowslips, 10 flan, binders, 1 Ipneu. jacket, 28 face cloths, 6 M. T.( 5 pr. socks, buttons on 8 Bhirts, 2 pyj. coats. J. O, C. Class-32 towels, 2 T.'s, buttons on 19 shirts, 15 pyj. coats, tags on 23 towels. Knox-5 pyj., 1 pyj. coat, 4 sheets, 10 pillowslips, 5.7 towels, 3 hinders, 43 flan, binders, 3 amp. slings, 6 surg. stockings, 10 bed pan covers, 1 stretcher cap, 23 hdkfs., 12 face cloths, 4 khaki slings, 2 T's. lie Seize Circle-1 pyj. trousers, 4 pillowslips, 1 binder, G hdkfs., 10 face cloths, 6 T's, 11 M. T. Major Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.D.E. -14 pyj., 15 sheets, 37 pillowslips, 22 towels, 11 binders, 7 flan, binders, 1 pr. socks. Rebekahs-3 pyj., G sheets, 23 pillowslips, 18 binders, 10 flan, binders, 5 amp. slings, 1 hdkf., 1 pneu. Jacket, 4 T's, 2 M. T.St. Augustine-.2 pyj., 8 sheets, 16 pillowslips, 4 binders, 10 flan, binders, 2 amp. slings, 25 hdkfs., 9 T's, 3 M. T., 2 pr. socks. St. Cyprian-2 shirts, 10 pyj., 1 oper. gown, 3 sheets, 11 pillowslips, 72 towels, 39 flan, binders. 27 T's, 18 M. T., 2 pr. socks. Altered 4 pyj., 2 pyj. coats, 6 surg. stockings, tags on 18 binders. St. Patrick-2 shirts, 7 pyj., 11 sheets. 23 pillowslips, 84 towels, 8 flan, binders. IS hdkfs. Remodelled 28 T's, 35 M. T. Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E. -2 pyj.. 2 oper. gowns, 12 sheets, 26 pillowslips, IS towels, 4 hinders, 30 flan, binders, 2 amp. slingB, 5 surg. stockings, 2 stretcher caps, 12 hdkfs., 1 pnou. jacket, 8 T's, 4 M. T. Wesley-5 pyj., 1 oper. gown, 2 aprons, 10 sheets, 44 pillowslips, 33 towels, 18 binders, 32 flan, binders, 3 amp. slings, 1 surg. stocking, 37 hdkfs., 2 pneu. Jackets, 7 T's, 5 M. T. Teachers and Young Business Women-3 pyj., 1 pyj. trousers, 1 oper. gown, 12 sheets, S3 pillowslips, 46 towels, 52 flan, binders, G amp. slings, 3 stretcher caps, 115 hdkfs, 2 pneu. jackets, 2.khaki slings, 6 wringers, 13 T's, 27 M. T. Next of. Kin-3 pyj., 1 pyj. coat, 2, oper. gowns. 3,-sheets, 12 towels, 10 binders. 6 amp. siings, ,6 surg. stock, 4 stretcher caps, 24 hdkfs., 3 wringers, 4 M. T. ' '�' . ' Mrs. Arehubld-^C towels, 6 -pillowslips.  � '�� ' ": '' -Nurse'� ^oune'll-15 pillowslips, # towels, 25;hdKfa~ �.,'. ' Mrs. Church-3 towels* �$ pillowslips, 12 flaij. .binders, � Mrs. Cross-S villowsM^s. � towels. Mrs. Davi�*-48 flan, binders', 12 tow-t Is.! . ;-� :. .. �:'..,.- Mfg. Itepew-tt towels, � pillowslips.1 Mr*. *. Davidson-G oper. gowns, 2 dressing gowns, 2 pr. socks. Mrs. W. D. King-2 pyj., 1 pr. socks. Mrs. Murdock-24 T's, 1 pr. socks. Mrs. Shearer-36 towels. 2 amp. slings. Mrs. Watson-4 oper. gowns, 2 aprons, 6 pr. socks. Mrs. J. Westbrook-12 pillowslips, 2 amp. slings. Tiiose making towels are as follows: Mesdames Aiken 12, Alden 24. Coultry 12, Cornish 12, Clayton 18, Flyim 18, Fuller 24, Grove 6, Giles 24, Logan 36, Lee 12, McNeil 6, Mercer 13, Parsons 6, Vines 12, Shirley 12. Sloan 6, Van Horn 6, Allardice 25, Boulton 12, Bate-man 24, Birth 6, Cascadden 12, Cow-gill 24, Cameron 12, Delay 12, Hall-worth 12, Jenks 6, Jackson 20, Jennings 12, Long 12, Livie 6 and Misses Emerson and Calkins 12, Kerr 24, Dainty 24. Pillowslips are: Mesdames Bennett 24, Gant 12, Hcdenstrom 6, Larson 6, Miller 18, Myers IS, Prittard 12, Smeed 12, Scott 6, Stickley 12, Miss Ramsay 24. Pyjamas are: Mesdames Dawson 2,. Hall 4, Reed 7, Steakley S, Newinger 8. Roosa 1 trousers, Rusk 3, Selil 1, H. Taylor 4, 'Blackburne 8, Codd 2, Dal-' rymple 5, Fleming 4, Goode 1 Shirts are: Mesdames Anderson 2, Close 2, Hawkins 6. Neve 2, Pearson fi, 1 quilt top, Staiska 4, Paterscn 2. Dunk 6, Jacltinan 3, Lomas 10, Lund 2. Handkerchiefs are: Mesdames Donahue 24, Alcock 44, Mathers 24, II. Westbrook 30, Miss Beards 2. Flan. Binders are: Mesdames G. Marrs 12. Raley IS, Stewart Sr. 24, Sinclair IS, Schweitzer 12, Walberger 1. Boorman 18, Donaldson 6, Howard 6, Hodgins 6, Mrs. Rose 4, Mrs. C. H. Scott, 6 flan, binders, remodelled 20 T's, 14 M. T. Mrs. Patterson 24 hdkfs., 1 pr. socks. Mrs. Atwood 6 aprons, 12 | pillowslips, 6 surg. stockings, 24 towels. Mrs. Arnold 16 T's, ' 2 surgical stocking!, 6 binders. Mrs. Benson and Hunt, 24 towels, 6 pillowslips. Mrs. Benning 6 amp. slings, 2 stretcher 'caps. Mrs. Buss 6 pillowslip-*, 15 T's. Mrs. Bourns 18 towels, 4 caps. Mrs. Bowker 18 pillowslips, 4 caps. Mrs. Brimble 6 towels, 12 prop., bags, 4 surg. stockings, 18 hdkfs. Mrs. Cunningham 6 pillowslips. 6 T's. Mrs. Carnill 12 towels, 1 M. T., 2 flan, binders. Mrs. Cole 18 pillowslips, 8 T's. Mrs. Dowliug 6 towels, 6 pillowslips, 6 flan, binders. Mrs. Denton 6 towels, 6 T's, 3 flan, binders. Mrs. Meech 6 T's, 3 pr. socks. Mrs. Emerson 10 slings, 2 surg. stockings. Mrs. Fowler 5 ami), slings, 5 surg. stockings. Mrs. Field, 3 M. T., 4 flan, binders. Mrs. Felton, 2 M. T., 10 flan, binders. Mrs. Glauville 12 pillowslips, 3 surg. stockings. Mrs. Gowan 4 aprons, 1 shirt. Mrs. Gawson 24 towels, S binders. Mrs. Gurr 12 pillowslips, 6 towels. Mrs. Hayward 2 aprons. Mrs. Hamilton 18 towels, 4 T's. Mrs. Hyde 12 towels, 3 T!s. Mrs. Howarth 6 towels, 12 pillowslips. Mrs. Hudson 12 towels, 6 pillowslips. Mrs. Harrison 3 pyj., 6 T/s. Mrs. Harleman 6 pillowslips, 6 binders, 2 surg. stockings, 3 M. T. Mrs. Hickey 6 flan, biilfders, 2 M. T. Mrs: Jameson 1 shirt, 4 binders, 8 T's. Mrs. Kemsley 12 towels, 2 aprons. Mrs. Knowles, it T's, !) pillowslips. Mrs. Kregaski. 9 towels, 24 pillowslips. Mrs. Lillle-bridge IS pillowslips, 3 prop. bags. Mrs. Lloyd 36 towels, 3 prop. bags. Mrs. Lucha 6 towels, 12 pillowslips. Mrs. Larson 6 towels, 6 pillowslips. Mrs. McKinnon 12 towels, 6 pillowslips, 4 slings. 2 surg. stockings. Mrs. Mcllvena 9 slings,. 6. binders, 6 pillowslips. Mrs. McNuity 12 towels, 6 binders, 3 prop bags.-Mrs. Murray 6 towels, 6 pillowslips. Mrs. Mullen 6 T's, 12 towels. Mrs. Matson 6 slings, 12 towels. Mrs. Mockford 6 slings. 2 surg. stockings, 1 quilt top. Mrs. McPheat G towels. 12 slips, 2 stockings. Mrs. Ommer 6' T's, 2 stockings. Mrs. Payne 6 slings, 6 stockings: Mrs. Peake 36 towels, 6 slips. Mrs. Ryan 6 sheets. Mrs. Russel J.6 towels, 3 caps. Miss Reld 6 towels. 18 slips. Mrs. Randle and Mrs. Cross 24 slips, 1 apron, 12 T's. 4 stockings. Mrs. Ritson 18 slips, \ 3 binders. Mrs. Smith. 12 towels, 6 slips, 3 T's.- Mrs. Shreeve 12 slips, S-] flnn. binders. Mrs, Simpson 5 'amp. slings, 6 T's, 2 Stockings. Mrs. Siilllv an 13, towels, 3 prop, bags, 6 slips. Mrs. Sharland 6 slips, 6 sheets, 2 binders. Mrs. Skinner 6 amp. slings, 3 stockings. Mrs. Smith 5 slips, 6 sheets, G towels. Mrs. Spinks 6 slings, 5 amp. slings. Mrs. Sumner 6 T's, 5 amp. slings, 2 binders. Miss Turner 12 T's, 24 towels, 3 flan, binders, 6 slings. Mrs. G. Taylor 6 T's, 2 flan, binders, 3 amp. siings. Mrs. W. Tf^lor 6 binders >* o *' : : :� : > Corp. .T. Thompson, .MM., who has j just" returned from the I'n.ui. is' visit-1 ing for a few,days with bis sti-ier. Mrs. | Wm. Hafferu here. Corp. Thompson ! was badly wounded in �'-iion last year. I � * t Mr. C. I,. McKelvie Ui'i on Salur-i day for Conrad. Montana. Air.-;. ili-KH vie is remaining in tin- (ity. ; � * * Mrs. W. I!. Burnett i: expecting Mrs. F. Hammond and rhildivn as visitors at her home this week. Mrs. Hammond has been in California for some time.  *  Miss Kdna Holiman spent the week end in Stirling visiting h>-r parents. * * . Mr. K. W. Long left thi-; afternoon for Medicine Hat to'take up his ne.w position there.- Mr.-and Mrs. S. 13. Mileliell returned this afternoon from Xanton where they have spent a few days. Woyuurn,-is in the city on her way t> Edmonton. r * e Mrs. 1'!. Young, of Stirling was a vis itor in Lethbrldgc lust week. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Sgt...K. .P. .Stewart arrived the y ;f deputation rep- morn- in is and was met by resenting the School Hoard, the school class, Mr. Stewart's ex-pupils, the I. O. D. E. and Mr. Oliver. ! Word has been received in the city I that, tho Xtnas parcels sent by the i Knox church have reached England | ; safely in good condition and have been ' � forwarded to their destination. j I ... |, Word has also been received that : the parcels sent Tiy the. Crystal Lake church have reached England and \ been forwarded. * * * ! The Rebekahs will meet for Red Cross sewing at 7.30 Tuesday evening j in tho lied Cross rooms. i * * * Mrs. Ormsby addressed tho Big Sist- I crs class of Knox church and gave, a most. interesting speech regarding tho Big Sisters work in Toronto, suggesting many uplifting and helpful ideas tor higher womanhood. f KEEP YOUR STOVE BRIGHT Black Knight STOVI POLISH 40 Easy to use-and gives a brilliant polish that lasts. Apply with a cloth to cither warm or cold stove. Black Knight will not burn. It is dustless. '*HE F.F.MUEY CORPORATORS Ltd HAMILTON, CANADA o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Morgan, 6th Ave. Aj ... The Protheon class will meet, on Tuesday evening at eight o'clock for Red Cross work and business. ... c� ? * *> *} -> > * ? SOCIAL EVENTS ? ? * Mrs. Ormsby is leaving tonight for the east after visiting in U.'tlihridgv At the tennis meeting held last Friday evening in St. Augustin's Hall the following officers were appointed: Hon. Pres. by acclamation, Mr. R. T. Ilrymner; Pres., Mr. A. C. Rawortb; enroute from California and IJrilish \ vice-pros., Mr. R. Vi�laynard; sec-Columbia i trcas,� Miss D. HeirrTey; Committee.,   � Mrs. Brymner, Mrs. Raworth, Miss M. Mrs. Jones, who ha-.-Mm-- White  12 The "Father and Son" banquet to towels, ft" slips. Mrfe. W�tham 6 low- |,e held in the United Church hall this els, 3 sheets. Mrs. Wright-.12 sheets, evening promises to be a most inter-6 binders, 6 slips. Mrs. W'alwork 8 osting event. All.the boys.are expect-hdkfs, 6 flan, binders. Mrs. Water- ed to come, .and bring their fathers. Much interest is being taken in the organization of the girls of the city into a "Canadian Girls in Training" class. This has been discussed recently in Calgary and is now being taken up under the Sunday School work of the city. Full particulars will be given house'4-'T's,..2:>M..T.,.S' binders. Mrs. Ward 4Ct>./ 18:||Up|�' 3 stockings. Other bandages ./inade are: Mrs' Anderson: fi T's, Muf's. Hollworth T's. Mrs'. O'Hauah *af: T.. Miss Miller 30 T's, 4 M. T.jtf^vMi'Gregor 12 T's. Mrs.-SHU. 3 M'::^:n, . ire- thtfitollow-ArWitto'ng: 1, J.'-Bajfentync 2 jL... , vXPi�----*____: In connection with the Home Nursing classes it is announced that if absent from more than one lecture it is not permissable to take the examination. '  * * There will be an executive meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. ler"-2'; Kfounro, 1tt#rVg6r"'2. McNabb | s's chib meets tomorrow evening 7, McClure 2. Morgan 1, McClure 1.! (Tuesday) at 8.00 at the home of Mrs, Nelson 2, Naismith 2, Phinney 1. Paris A great many friends assembled in the home of Mrs. E. R. Armstrong at (he brilliant reception given Saturday afternoon in honor of her guest, Mrs. Ormsby, of Toronto. Little Edith Armstrong in dainty pink end white attended the door while Mrs. Armstrong received her guests. The drawing room was most spring like with its gay red carnations, and the. dining room was resplendant with pale pink and white snap-dragons. Mrs. Galvln invited to the tea table at which Mrs. Law and Mrs. McClenaghan poured, assisted by Miss Kate- Brodie, Miss Roxie Armstrong and Miss K. McPhee, Mrs. Cra,wford and Mrs. Shearer. During the afternoon musical numbers were beautifully rendered by Mrs. Robert Long. Mrs. Ormsby seized the opportunity to make an appeal on behalf of the Canadian Forestry  Battalion which has been adopted by the War Relief many of tne clubs, women s orgsnlxa auxiliary of Toronto, of which Mrs. tions, universities and colleges in Ormsby is the President. This auxil to from whence they will be sent to Captain Loft, of .this battalion. Capt. Loft will see that they are personally distributed. It. is asked that these socks be made large and from pure wool, as the men sometimes have-to wear two or three pairs at a time. It is to he hoped that the busy women of Lnthbridge will find time for just one more pair for these unfortunate soldiers. Myrs. Ormsby wishes it to be understood that she. is travelling merely to see this country and for a rest from her arduous duties in the east. She is in Lethbridge enroute from California and British Columbia, and is now on her way home. Mrs. Ormsby is a sister-in-law of Mrs. E. R. Armstrong of this city.    ? : ?>*i-i^i'. ? "  Mrs. Maude Whitmore, of Edmonton, is spending some time at the Queen's Hotel, Toronto. Her visit to the East is made in the interest of the Department of Education of Alberts, where there is a very urgent need of teachers for the various English and foreign districts. During her stay in Toronto, Mrs. Whitmore spoke before Peart 3, Prosser 2" Owen 3, Sear 2, Scott 1/Sullivan 2, Taylor 1, Wallace Kirkham. The regular meeting of the'\History 3, Wellington J. Voting i, Rose (Turin) j and Current Events Department of the 4 and Misses,Dunk 2, Fairley 2, Hardy 2, Henc 1, Stewart 2, Young 2, Art Needlework Club consisting of Mesdames Boulton 1,. Dawson 1, Francis 1, Hay 1, Hendersou 1, Jones 1, Livingston 3, Roy 2, Ross 1, Simpson 1. Williamson 3. The altering was done by Mrs. Chas. MncKay who also knit 7 pr. Several pairs of socks were returned with no names. Please leave the name with each pair of socks. Unnamed parcels of work returned are 19 pillowslips, ti sheets, 6 knitted face cloths, 4 pyj., 7'flan, binders, 12; hdkfs., 15 M. T. [ A total of 3!)61 articles .were sent! to the laundry. The cutting report j shows the following numbers of articles cut: Operating gowns 100, stretch- \ er caps 25$, personal property bags! 300,. towels 579, hdkfs 1404, face cloths i 223, pneu. jackets 60, pyjamas 221, j shirts 213, aprons. 75. jb^ed pan covers i S2, wringers 91, pillowslips 324, am- j putation slings 131. sheets 88, arm] slings 100, flannel binders 7S5, surgie- j ul-stockings 50, binders. 112, T's 428, j M.T. 145, Those doing the cutting are: ; Mesdames Fairley, Hamilton, Conzet, | Rea, Hehdrie, Mahon, Dow, Marai Evans, Lundy. Vallance,. Hessey, Laf-/ ferty; Kellogg. Parker, Ainsworth, I Donald. Lund, Spaulding, Wallace, Mc-! Clure.'Law, Oarlyler.Morris,'-Rose, Ray--niond, Phinney, Young, /Graham, Nelson, Nichols, Braithwaite, -Piigh, Livingstone, Minor, Ferguson; Urquhart, Menzie, Allwood, T'wHll,' Armstrong, ; Raworth and Misses Cascadden, Hen-j rierson. Tho. attendance of .tlio boys working Saturday mornings are as follows: For 4 Saturdays: William Hay, Ralph Robinson, Douglas Robison, James Mossey, Donald McNabb, Ed. Skinner, Jftis Chaplow, Robert Bavkley, John McNabb, Tom Parks, Joe Myers, Stewart Fowler, \Morris fpwltfr. Art Tones, EVvart Hodgins, James Kergan, Tom Allan, James Goldie, Harry Taylor, T. Flynn. 3 Saturdays: John Harris, Capper Harrison, Roy ' Harrison, Norman Brooks, Steve George, Carl Wootbn, Dick Coultry, John Fasard. 2 Satur-1 days: Frank Alexander, Allan Mac-Kay, Norman Geogheggan, Jack Randle, Harold Powell, - Sidney Jenks. George Johnston, Mick Kropinalc. Gordon Jones, Andrew ' Logan, Bert Davis, Lester Houdeiistrom, Harry Ford and 1 Saturday:- Sidney Tuck-well, Hughie Mahon, "James Dougali. Harry Johnston, Eftc Treliving, Willie McNabb, Fred Brett* Archie Cameron. The money received at the Red Cross Rooms during the month is as follows: Life members $25.00; active members $8.00; associate nuanber* S4.#0; Systematic giving $4.00; donationsi""$24!).-' 50 j sale of quilts, mattress pads and rags $12.75; "Red Cross pins $2.50; junior ijjpntbcrs. ^|1.25; at - total of MRS. W. F. HICKS, ,Supt of Roojns.,, Mathcsis Club will be held at 3.00 iary has been organized to answer any appeal sent to them in aid of the war, no matter of what kind, and has espoused a most worthy cause in the Forestry Battalion. This battalion has been recruited from coast to coast and is composed largely of men without relatives. Two thirds of the htett upon1 being asked to give.' their,fnext-of-kin replied "We have ;smv next-of.-kin!" These men work at most arduous work  building-bridges and -other construction' work, standing in water a great deal of their time. They-need-socks more than the. avetage sMdler, ye't:having no relatives are more poor ly supplied. Sd badly'have.-they needed socks that, onevof :their officers, wsote home 'asking that' $50' be' withdrawn from his private bank account apd used to buy socks to be sent to him for them. It is for these men that Mrs. Ormsby makes her appeal asking you to remember them among your other efforts for they are surely worthy. Any one who can spare a pair of socks is asked to leave them with Mrs, Armstrong, 626 14th St. S., who will forward them to Mrs. Ormsby in Toron- crder to bring her object before the people most interested. On a recent Tuesday she was the guest of honor at a tea given by the Toronto Women's Press Club. There was a very brilliant gathering at the Art Museum .of Tdronto - on .Thursday evening, the occasion being the opening of the joint exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Ontario Society of Artists, and also the Inauguration of the first section of. the new; gallery, tbp formal opening of which took place on that afternoon. In the absence of Mr. Byrhi-ner, president of the IJ..C.A., who has been ill and .was not well enough to-come up- from Montreal for the occasion, Mr. Homer Watson received with Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Jefferys, the former, being president of tho O.S.A. NOT TRUE Moncton. N. B., April 15.-The report that Rev. O. A. Lawson had been killed in action is unfounded. A cable has been received by his brother. B. J. Lawsoh, of AmherSt, stating that Chaplain Lawson is in good health. Of Course- You're Going to the Big Benefit DANCE Tonight In the K. of P. HALL Big Orchestra Engaged Your $ will help a family of children whose father has been ill for three years. 3485?4 ;