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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. APRIL ir�. 191R THK LF.THnRIDr.K OMIV HFRALD PAGi: NINB Sunlight Soap \ \ \ O I I; / / / / / SUNUGHTCOAPiai the awcelest said choicest of edible oil* and fats. It contains no harsh or strong ingredient. It is the purest and most efficient of aoaps and, if used judiciously, the most econwnical of soaps. 140 Red Cross Report for February Mrn. Krnrhi' 12 bedpan ''ov�'rn. Mm. Kfiwlci - 12 towelit, Ij plllotv Klip-. ' Mm. nrine, S h.lkfu., 2 flHn liliK^pfR Mrit. FIck'tA cIrhh of HoiillnrH' liel|i n 172 JKlkN.. f^r, toweW. 2r� l.lii'l eri. 4 oppf. Kiiwns, !� nhnctii. 21 fUn bdidofs, .'iu f�(l(iiin povcro, 2r> T'h. Mi'h. H�(ierty- .". opn rowiim. in urg. Btay Saints-fi dhlrtu, 6 pyJaiiiflH. t uproii; T a, 1 pair soelis St Mur^'g \V. A.-I slilrt. 2 pylaili aH f> ptl!oWHllp!�, r> towels, l! liiiidur.s. 12 handkercblefd, 3 T'i. 3 M. T. Thldtlo Sewing Cirile" 7 Hhirts. ! pyjamas, 4 opor. kowiis. 1 aproiiH. M Hhnotli, 24 pillow slips, 21 towels. 17 blndPrs. Ifi flan, blndprs. tl kIIuks. 4S liandkerrblefs. S amp. slinK.s. 12 T'� Mrs (ioiilil. towels. l-'ori'iui).',! :is shirts. Rriwn.s. 2 1 .liepts. (10 lowpls. IS biiidcrn. 4 HurK. Kliii'kiiiKs. 2il CrvMal I.nliP - I'l iiyj.iina.', in i liO lillluw slijl '7 flan. Iiiiiilurs, | strptchir caps. : 1(17 liaiidkPiTliiers, 7.S T�, 2.". .M T.. i pp. kocUh, 2 piieu. jii/-ll>ls. ' nanlie.illi; i.lilrts. 2 pyJ . 7 'aprons. 2 sheets, IS pillow � lips. 2'i , lowels. (1 Miiilers. � flan, liindors, li ; li.iuilk�'r)J.. 1 uper. Kown, fi sheets, 12 pillowslips, 12 towels, ill flan, bind-. ei- . r,r. iKiliis,, 1 slInKs, Vi T's, 2 pr. ' socKs. I Mrs. Green. Kippenvillo- 21 llan. , binders, l.s hdkf.!., t> T's, 2 pneu, jack-i els. ' .Manrath I''osbylerian Ladies' .Md , S shirts, S pyj., 1 oper. |.',owns. (1 slieei.'. i: 1 pillow .lips. KS tnv.els, 22 lilllders, S7 flan, binders. .^ amp. slinRs, 4 suiK MtoiUiiiK-. ;M) hdkf;., 2.'i T's. 12 M. T , (I pr. socks. I .Manyberrles-12 shirts, 10 pyj, 1h pillowslips. 21 towels, 4 flail, binders. 2 amp. slinrs. >^ surj.'. stoekinRs. I stretcher cu|>, 24 bdkl3,, 12 T's. 7 pr socks. ; Milk River Kpd Crosp- 11 shirts, i i:i pyj.. 2 ptj. troii.sprs. 2 oper. gowns, 1 2',� lowi'ln. IS pillowslips, 2 binders, la I'aii binders. 00 hdkfs.. ;tO T's, IS M.T. I IJellud Ladies' Aid, Milk River--:! 'shirt-s, f> pyj., 2 oper. (towns, 15 pilluw-I slips, 12 towels, 7 flan, binders, i". .-heel.. Slieet-hlieler.:. IS pl|. :i amp pill.IV 12 sheet^ 1 pyj . 2 apriii!-' () te.velK. : Pi; 1 flan hlnd- liimi .Miss ,ioni amp. slIiiK .\lr.-i. Ken v.rinKdi s. .Mrs. Knowlili n 12 slinks Mrs. !.i'!ii""i i; eijuvHlip. .Vlrs. .'ilaebeth 2 aprons .i> 12 tioilpan covers. prop hap.' .Mrs. Wnshbrook- s sheets, lowslip". 27 lov.els, 4 biml'Ts. siiniKS. > T' : Mrs. Wiinliiiaii towels, 2 slinks. I Mrs Watson 4 oper. Rowns. 2 aprons, (i pr. soeUs. .Mrs. .(. WpBthrook 12 pillowslip!", 2 amp. slipRs. '1 i.ose nmkinK towels are as follows: Mpsdaines >iketi 12. Aldeii 24. ("oultrv 12. Cornish 12, Cluyton l.s. Flynn is, > PERSONAL > o :�  'orp .1, 1 lioinlisni,, ,1 jiHf ri tiiMii'd from !!. lie; for u te'.\ days wilii ii U 111. n.'Uferil her.. i 1'. .1  !l;.'(ily INOUIUleil ill , .Mr (' I,. MelseP, il.iy iur i'uiivad. .MiiiiMi vie I.- lemulluiiK til 111. .Mis. W. II. liui' Ml- 1'. ll,'.,riionil a.el , il Ills at liei Inline in, 1 laminiin.l h;.:. leeii m i ;.om.. I .me. Word h.i.i Iieen r. eeiveil m llie city ili:ii lie .\mki . pan els , cip liy th.' Kn.iy church h:ivi ickIu'iI KukIi'I'I . ;iiely i.. h,h�.1 conililloii ami h.iv' h. . n Ic.i warde.l i., th. ir lie iln.-iil.m. Apply with a cloth to either warm or cold stove. Black Knight will not burn. It is dustleis. .M is i end in Ivdlia Ilolineili .'-tilling visiliio. towels, 21 f!,iii 0 iipei. 1 shin, soi'Ur. soeks ump. .Mr. K. W. I.oni; !� '' I lor .Mi'illcnii. Hill I.I ii p(i--itioii there 9 m " Mr .-in.I .Mi~. .S. It. m ) . 1 1 lill^ al'tei liciiiil ire'., 1 i tliey lia\ e spent a (.'V. ill �. ! ... 1 t^Kt. K IV Stewart at 1 .. I I in,t and . met by � i I ient'tii; till' Scliool II . clfisH, .Mr. Stewart's I .lif.-.. Ornediy is leavim , i il" . a -i iill.T \ isil ine 1)1 ' enr.aiie Irorti Californi.; . I oliimljin. ; � � * .Mr.4. .Iir.ic;. who ha- le Word 111, i :ii,. I'e parcel, -en; 1 liivh hn\e 1. :i li.'iii rorwai.l. 1 Tiie l!ebf-:ali Cross sewiiiK 111 in the H�!d li.s 11. en Mr iii'i i eive.l . ' ivslal KiiKl.....1 lliat I .a I,.' ami n'l In. hnle... tomorrow afternoon tit the Mrs. .MorKim. fith Ave. A, .'.ill 111 ;ii Tue leins. ; Th.' I'rotheon class will nippf I'ues.lay cvenlnK at cichi oClcvk .. t for Ke.i l;.ii Cross work and business, day eveniui; on fur ; urn ii..r.. li.i ih.. iiie.:lil for .. lillMci),'" .! ifiiti-^li -^iiini! KiiiiKS, t; M. T. New Dayton l.adlfl*' Aid- 2 shirts. | K,iiie,. 24. Grove �. (llleg 24, LoVan M. 2 pyj, 2 opor. gowns, 12 pillowslips, | 12, MrNell fi, Merrer 13, Parsons ,, 12 towels, 12 flun. bluders, 24 hdkfs. �, vines 12, Shirley 12. Sloan �, Van M T- Horn 0. Allardiie 2,"., BouUon 12. Hate 1 Kprlni; Coulep 1 shl^t^ n pyj,, 2 n,.,, 24, nirtli B. CastaddPn 12, Cow-it oper. Kowns, 12 pillowslips, 30 towrts. giU 24, Canieron 12, Delay 12. Hall SS hdkfs. :i pr. Books. i worUi 12, Jcnks fi, .laekson 20. Jen- St . KUda-lo snlrls, 2 pyj., 2 nlnRs 12. Long 12, Ltvio (i and Missps pneu. Jackets, 1 knitted face cloth, 11 pairs looks. slIPK. 1 T's. Warner I .ihlrts. 1 pyj., S pillow j 24. tlant 12, Hedenslrotn fi. Larson G. Miller IS. .Myer.s 1,S. I'rittard 12. Sinecd aprons, fi shoets. 1I slips, fi towels, l-i flan, binders. 2 ..mrK. towels. 12 flan, bin-' "l"''!''"*?". hdkfs., i sliags. 11 T�. � 3 pr. Hocks. While Hehool nistricf-2 shirts. 10 pyj. 11 oper. Kov.ns, 4S pillowslips, 57. towels, 40 hdkfs, fi M. T. Wrenlliani *> shirts. 6 pyjs., 12 pll lowsiips, 12 towels, fi binders. 12 flan, hinders. 24 hilkfs.. 12 kit bu,;s. Winnilred--fi shiriB, 4 pyj., 2 oper Kown?, 12 towels, 6 binders. C flan, binders, ti slinRs, 6 T's, 8 M. T.. 12 tri. slIiiKM. I fUmlkcrehiofs are: Mesdames IJon- Haptlst-l pyj. 1 oper. gown, Oaliue 24, Alcock 44. .Mather:? 24. II. sheets. 24 pillowslips. 1 towel. 8 flan. Westbrook 30. Miss Uearils 2 binders, fi hdkfs.. 4 M. T. | Klan. Binders are: Mesdanies 0. Central WC.T.II. -1 pyj., 6 Bheets. i Marra 12. Raley IS, Stewart Sr. 24, 10 pillowslips. 21 tawcls, 2 binders, 4 j Sinclair IS. Schwcitier 12, Walberger flan, binders, 38 hdkfs. 1 1, Boorman 18, Donaldson �, Howard Chrlsllnn -1 pyj., 3 sheets. G pillow j 6. Hodgins 6, Mrs Rose 4. Mrs. C. H. slips, ;t towels, 30 hdkfa., 1 T. MINERS Inhale Impure Air ivhtch weakens lungs, causes throat troubles and leads to nUnenf consumption. An BilMn dionld Uke SCOTTS EMULSION darinc fall and winter to caridi tkefar blood ud �traaftkca Um tkract �ad luMi. SOCyiT'S contaiuparoeod liver oO witkoatalcohol or harm. ful drM�-it bailda atrMfth 'aeUaaabraclagtoiUe. 12, Scott fi, Stifkiev 12, .Miss Ramsav 24, Pyjamas are: Mesitaiiie;; Dawson 2. Hnll 4, Iteed 7. SteaUley S, Xewlnger 8, Roosa I trousers, Rusk :l, Sehl 1. II. Taylor 4, Hluckbiirno S. (odd 2. Dal ryniple .'i. FloininR 4. (iooile I Shirts are: .Mesdame.s ,\iulerson 2. Close 2. Ha.wklns fi. N'eve 2. I'eansoii fi, 1 quilt toi), StaisUa 4, Patorscn 2, Dunk �, JacUman :!, Lomas lo, Lund -Mrs Tiirnbull 12 T'S. s hinleis Mrs Tullock T's. 4 tow.]. 1; slieets, :l flan, binders. Mrs. L, i'lirim k. :i prop, bnga. fi sUeeta, 3 l/iiKler-. 4 T'.s XIrs. Tiekner 4 T's. fi slii.s. fi hinders. .Mrs. irnrnvurtli 4 T'n. i ll;in. lilniiers. B binders. .Mrs. Thelln :! prii|i lia^s. IS slips. Mrs. Williams 1; linns. 2 stockings, 12 flan, binders. .\lis Walton ',} shirts. 1 aiiron. 3 pr. socks .Mrs Whit" Ion 2 stockings,-ft fclBrters. 4 T s. .Mr.s. W'eslcott 1 urofHi^l^i''*^- -^'. lleiiney; CommittcP.. Mrs. Bryniner, Mrs. Raworlh. Miss .M. Simpson; Miss L. Hentley. .Messrs. liinniiil. Roblnsor. llinck.s and Hyde. Work hits already commem ed on tlie (onrts and the season promises to lie a vQry enthUHiastlc one. ? SOCIAL EVENTS ? ' A great many frfeiids asseuiblPd In ilie liomi- of .Mrs. K. R. Armstrong nt I ihe brilliant reception given Saturday 1 afternoon In lionor of her RUest, .Mrs. : Oniisliy. of Toronto. Little Kdlth Arm-' strong in dainty pink end white at-lemlPd llie door while Mrs. Armstrong ' received her guests. Th^ drawing room ! was most spring like with its gay red ' carnations, and the dining room was ' respiendant w Ith pale pink and white I snap-dragons. .Mrs. Oalvin Invited to ! the tea table at which Mrs. Law and .Mrs. .McCIcnughaii poured, assisted by Miss Kate Brmlic, MlAs Hotlfl Armstrong and .Miss K. McPhee. Mrs. ('ra,wford und .Mrs. Shearer. During the afternoon musical numbers were rendered by Mrs. Robert .Much Interest Is boing taken in tJir , organltatlon of the girls of the city i I'pautifully into a "Canadian Olrls in Training" \ Long, (lass. This has been discussed recent-' Mrs. Ormsby seised the opportanlty ly In Calgary and is now being taken to make an appeal on behalf of the up under the Sunday School work of (^inadlan Forestry Battalion which tin; city. Full particulars will be given has been adopted by the War Relief Mrs. i^tUt :! M.>f. .Mrs. Crowt!u>c.=i T's. I'hylis Will' tolel of ,a*-T's. OUie. .�>cks 1: ing pKire: -V?-;* Hottyiiura 2, Htow CleuvjjfatH 1, .Cope -Stinson �! M. T. l- Mrs. -Mason IS Ts. .Making a a^ th� follow ArbiOfoi'* *rfrr 2.i'Ctov.-ford FEVERISH AND SitK Take No Chanceel Move Poiaons from Livar and Bowela at Once. Mothera can rest easy nfter giving "California Syrup pany," We maku no euuifleir sUe. Hand'bMk with contempt any other fig syrup.-Advertlaemont. POPULAR IRVIOI ?u|d� tsGlsifoir. Far full IM^MMtlan �mly � AMMa WlnnlH� / .... \ Children of Mary-C plllowsllp.s, 12 towels, 15 hdkfl. KastTi: Star-3 py]., 1 pyj. coat. 7 pillowslips, 10 flon. binders, t ipneu Jacket, 2S face cloths. 6 M. T., .1 pr. socks, buttons on S shirts, 2 pyj. coats. .1. O. C. Class-32 towels, 2 T.'b, buttons on 19 shirts, 15 pyj. coats, tags on 23 towels. Knox--5 pyj., 1 pyj. ooat, 4 sheets, 10 pillowslips, &7 towels, 3 binders, 43 flan, binders, 3 amp. sllngii, aurg. stockings, 10 bed pan covers, 1 stretcher cap, 23 hdkfs., 12 face cloths, 4 khaki Hllngi). 2 T's. Lb Seize (Mrcle-1 pyj, trousers, 4 pillowslips, 1 binder, � bdkta,, 10 face cloths, 6 T's, 11 M. T. Major Jacic Rosa Chapter, I.O.D.E. -14 pyj., 15 sheets, 37 pillowslips, 22 towels, 11 binders, 7 flan, binders, \ pr. socks. Hebekahs-3 pyj., � sheets. 23 pillowslips, 18 binders, 10 flan, binders, Ti amp. slings, 1 hdkf.. 1 pneu. Jacket, 4 T'B, 2 M. T. St. Augustine-2 pyj., 8 sheets, 16 plUowBlips, 4 binders, tO flan, binders, 2 amp. slings, 2.'i hdkfs., 9 T's. 3 M. T., 2 pr. socks. at. Cyprlan--2 shirts, 10 pyj., 1 oper. gown. 3 sheets, 11 pillowslips, 72 towels, 39 flan, binders. 27 T's, 18 M. T, 2 pr. nocks. Altered 4 pyj., 2 pyj. coats, 6 Burg. stockings, taga on 18 binders, St. P�trlck~3 eblrte. 7 pyj, 11 sheets, 13 pillowslips, 84 towels, 8 flan, binders, 18 hdkfs. Remodelled 28 T's, 35 M.T. Sir Alexander ffalt Chapter, I.O.D.E. 2 pyj.. 2 oper. gowns, 12 sheets, 26 plllo',VBlIps, IS towels, 4 blnuers, 20 flan, binders, 2 amp. slings, 5 surg-stockings, 3 stretcher cape. 12 hdkfH., 1 pneu. Jacket. 8 T's. 4 M. T. Wesley-B pyj., 1 oper. gown, t aprons, 10 aheets, 44 plUowsltps, 33 towels, 18 hinders, 32 flan, binders, 3 iimp. slloga, 1 aurg. atockipg, 37 hdkfs,, 2 pneu. Jacket*. 7 T's. 6 M, T. Teachers and 'Toung Business Women-3 pyj, 1 pyj, trouaors, \ op�i-. gown, 12 sheets, SB pUlowalips, 4tt towels, 52 flan, blndera, 6 amp. slings, 5 atreUber caps, 116 hdKfa, 2 pneu. jackets, 2 khaki allnga, S wringers, 13 T's. 27 M. T. Kext of. Kip-3 pyj., t pyL coat, \ oper. goufna. S..|fheft�, 18 tiwels, 10 binders, 6 amp. allngs, & aurg. stock, 4 stretcher caps, 24 bdjifa,, 3 wringers, Mrs. Arc^T)ttl(|-^ toweia, Bliaa. f* V  NUrsP  ' - . �* TO.^* pHlowaUi^l � 'l*�ldai�i~�' gown*. I dvMtflMi gowat, t pr. aoeb. � plUon Ptnowaiips, H Scott, fi flan, binders. reiuodeUed 20 T's. 14 M. T. Mrs. Patterson 24 lidkfs., 1 pr. socks. .Mrs. Atwood 6 aprons, 12 pillowslips, fi Burg. stockings, 34 towels. Mrs. Arnold 16 T's. 2 surgical stockinp.. 6 Wnders. Mrs. Ben-soii and Hunt, 24 towels, i! pillowBlips. .Mrs. Her.ning 0 amp. slings, 2 Btre'.eb-�'r caps. Mrs. Buss C pillowslip*, 15 T'b. Mrs. Bourns 18 towels, 4 caps. ; iMrs. Bowker 18 pillowslips. 4 caps. Mrs. Brtmble 6 towels, 12 prop, bags, 14 surg. stockings, 18 hdkfs. Mrs. Cun-I ningham 6 pillowslips. 6 T's. Mrs. jCainlll 12 towels. 1 M. T., 2 flau. ' liinderM. Mrs. Cole 18 pillowslips, 3 T's. Mrs. Dowliug 6 towels, 6 pillowslips, fi flan, binders. Mrs. Denton 6 towels, 6 T's. 3 flan, binders. Mrs. Meech C T's, 3 pr. socks. Mrs. Emerson 10 slings, 2 surg. stockings. Mrs. Fowler 5 amp. slings, a surg. stockings. Mrs. Field, 3 M. T.. 4 flan, binders. Mrs. Felton, t M. T.. 10 flan. bindli,a. Davis 4, Fiddesl 2. 'Oetro*'.!. Htjtbertojf it. . Hannah s' JoHAaton iirfy 2. .#Wil- ajiies fy Modre 2. MairloB 1, McHSnnon ler 2, MounK2. "l^rirtregor 2. .MeN'aiil) 7, McClure >. .Merman 1. MeCluie I. Nelson 2. Naismltli 2. F'hinncy 1. Paris 2. Peart U. I'rossfr 2; Owen :!. Sear 2. Scott 1. Sulliv.iii 2. Taylor 1. Wallace Woliingiou 1. Vonng 1, Rose (TurinI 4 and .Misses inuiK 2. Fairley 2. Hardy B, Hene 1. .Sleu.irt 2. Young 2. Art; Needlework cinli CDnsiatiug of Mes-dames Boulton I. Dawson 1. Francis 1, Hoy 1. Henderson 1. Jones 1. Livingston 3. Roy 2. UiisB 1. Simpson 1. WllllaiUBon :;. 'I'ln' altering was done by Mrs. Chas. :\laeKay who also knit, 7 pr. Several pairs of socks were returned with no names. Please leave thp mime with each pair of socks. I'nnamed panel.s of work relumed ore 19 pillowslips. 1; sheets. � knitted face cloths, 4 pyj.. 7 flan, binders, 12 hdkt.s.. 15 .AI. T A total of :i'tG! articles .were sent ; to the laundry. The cutting report | shows the followin;; numbers of artic-| lea cut: Operating gowns 100, stretcher caps 258. personal property bags 300, towels 579. hdkfs 1404. facecloths 223, pneu. jnckeii fio. pyjamas 221, ahil'ta 213. aprons 75. J^ed pan covers 82, wringers fll. pillowslips 324, amputation slings i:il. sheets S.8. arm allngs 100. flannel tiinders 785, sursle-ui atocltlngs Ml, liinders 112. T's 428. M.T. 145, Those doing the cutting are: Mesdames Fairley. Hamilton. Conzet.: Rca. Hplidrie. Mahon, Dow, Mara EvRUs, Lundy. Vallance, Hessi y. Laf ferty, Kellogg. I'arker, Ainsworth,' IVmald. Lund, Spaulding, Wallace, Mr Clure. Law, Carlylc, Morris, Hose, Raymond, Phlnne>\ Young, QrahOni, Nelson. Nichols. Braltbwaitfe. 'Piligh, Liv-lugstonc. .Minor. Ft^gagon; Urquhsrt, Menxie, Allwooil. T t'oiteil Ciiurch hall this evening promises to be a most inicr-estlng event. All the boys are expected to coiijQ and bring their fathers. If they have no father they are expected to adopt one and bring him. There will be a program and refreshments.    In connection with the Home Nursing classes it is announced that if absent from more than one lecture it is not permissaljle to take the examination.  . * ' There will he an executive meeting of the i^ir Alexander (Jalt Chapter 1. O. D. E.. tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday� at 3.00 in the triangle room of the Y. M. C. A. . .   The music department of the -Mathc-sis club meets tomorrow evening (TuesdayI at 8.00 at the home of Mrs. liirkUam.    The regular meeting of the History and Current Events Department of the Mathc=ls Club wUl be held at 3.00 auxilii ry of Toronto, of which Mrs. Ormsby is tbe President. This auxiliary 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 1 and is composed largely of men with ] out relatives. Two thirds of the meh i upon being asked to give their rnekt-of-kin replied "We have no next-ot 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 titan tbQ awrage iMdier, yet having no relative* are more poor ly supplied, do had ly have they needed socks that un� of their ofTMsrs wsote home asking that |50 be withdrawn from his private bank account aud used to buy socks to be sent to him for them. It is for these men that Mrs. Ormsby makes her appeal asking you lo remember them among your other efforts for they are surely worthy. Any one who can spare a pair of socke Is asked to leave them with Mrs. Armstrong, 626 14th St. S., who iwill forward them to Mrs. Ormiiby In Toron- t.i from wliencp they will b� gent in ( aptain 1,0ft of this battalion. Capi. I.ofi will see that they are personally distributed It Is ask^d that theso �^oi ks he made large and from pur�i wool, as ilic mill sometimes have to wear two or three pairs at a time. It is to be hoped that the busy women of Lfthbrldgp will find time for Just one more pair for ihei^e unfortunate soldiers. .Myrs. Ormsby wishes it to be undcr-stooll that she is travelling merely to see this country and for a rest from her arduous duties In thp east. She Is In Lethbrldgp enroute from Callfoirn ia and British Columbia, and Is n^w on her way himio. .Mrs. Ormsby Is a sisterinlaw of Mrs. B. R. Armstrong of this eitv.    �  � GENERAL  ^   Mrs. Maude Whitmore. of Edmonton, is spending some time at the (jueen's Hotel, Toronto. Her visit tn tbe East is made in the interest of the Department of Education of Alberta, where there la a very urgent Med of teachers for the various Engllab and foreign districts. During her atay in Toronto, Mrs. Whitmore spoke before many of the clubs, women's organUa-tiotts, universities and collegta tn order to bring her object before tbe people most Interested. On a recent Tuesday she was the guest of honor at a tea given by the Toronto Women's Press Club. 9mm There was a very brlltiaBt gatheelag at the Art Muaeum of Tdroato on Thursutty evenlag, the occaaioa being the opening of tlie Joint exhibition of tbe Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Ontario Society of Artists, and also the Inauguration of the firat section of Ihe new gallery. tl\p formal opening of which took place on that afternoon. In tbe absence oC Mr. Byrhi-ner, president of the V.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 the OS A, 1 ' III � I NOT TRUE Moncton. N. B.. April 15-The report that Rev. G. A. Lawaon had been killed m action is unfounded. A cable has been received by big brother B. J. Lawsoh. of Amhertt, itnttng that Chaplain Lawaon ia ia good health. of ggiOj^^boraJl MR8. W. P. HICKS, _.....8S�..��l�w4 Of Course- You're Going to the Big Benefit DANCE Tonight In the K. of P. MALI Big Orchestra Bngoged Your $ will help fiunSy^ of (j^ildrcn whose Mher Jryjrill for tiinc^^cpm. 0" X 3?85?4 ;