Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, APKIL21. 191'J UiK UA1L1' MILADI PERSONAL t Jllss Tracy Patrick of Calgary is in thrs .city visiting 'friends: George Mclvor of Calgary Is hi the city for a few days. a -Mr. Vernier Tripp of Macleoil, en route to his school at F'areham, is visit- ins friends lu the city for a few days. Miss Hilda Churcn ana Miss Millie Voselcnak ure Buests at the Palilser, Calgary, during the Easter holidays. -Miss Anna llenson ot Calgary has returned after trending OH-' holidays with Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Wilson In the city. .Mrs. Kennedy ot Lethbridge is thu guest of Mrs. A. V. Taluni ot this Alberto.ii. -Mrs. Warnc, who Iras been the guest o! her sister, Mrs. W.. for the wluter months, left on 'Saturday for hor home In Ottawa. Mrs. H. a. Longhand little daughter Dixie returned last night after apend- Jas the winter In Los Angeles and Other California poEnla. Miss Inzola Hardio Is visiting friends in SI. Paul en route home front To- ronto, whore she has heen attending fit Margaret's College. Jlrs. W. G. Mo.Maken of 320 7th South, has been called to Fort Fraaer's father, Mr. S. H. Scobel. Tho Misses Eleanor and Alice Man- on ant! iienhuw. who tiave been week- visitors with Grisdale, re- turned to Medicine Hai today. Mrs. T. O. Turner of Lethbridge jr- rived on .Monday morning to bo the guest of lira. H. W. Tucker for a Creek Echo. Mis. aud Miss Iteid, formerly of fcblB WHeefe in the Citt Churches Rdgehill farm, several ..-jks !h the city with relatives, huvc left to visit with Mrs. He-Id's son at Barons. .Vrs. It. McCluug is leaving on -Monday for a week's lecture tour through Saskatchewan, which she will tour tbe south-eastern states, also Bulletin. Members of the Eistcrn Star anil those holding invitations are looking forward to the Eastern Star dance this evening. Mrs, II. McLellanij. who has been sc-rving overseas, for the past four yeard, returned to the city last night after a visit in California. .Mrs. Me- Lellancl has as her guest Miss Maria Odone ot London, Eng. o SOCIAL Members of the Baptist Ladies' Aid were at home to the'ladles of the con- gregation Thursday afternoon, when an excellent program was rendered. The tables were decorated with cu cangettlon. The CHAadlan Red Crois Society has open- ed up branch in Portland .where workers from Montreal are in charge and are giving every care to the wounded aa they arrive. It Is estim- ated that each ship bearing oillier soldiers' dependents or wounded which arrives, costa the Hed Cross Society al least H.OOO all Uut Is reces- sary for the comfort of our men or their families, hac been done. Throughout Canada, Military pttati are now filled with returned wounded. In Alberta, tlie Hed Cross Society Is also being kept busy In sup- ilymr; tho needs of hofpltals within hi province. At the Colonel Belcher 'Inspital, which will shortly be open- id In Cilgary, special recreation ooniB ira being fitted up by the Red 3ross Society. Constant demands are nade on the Red Ctoss to supply tbe extra comforts and care which make o much difference In the :recovery of our. men. Supplies and equipment which have been donated liy the lied 'ross Society daring the past months, mve Included Pool-tables, Card-tables, chairs of all kinds, electric stoves, hos- >Ital and toilet supplies, billiard :ables, pianos, electric apparatus for special cases, snorting culfits, games, flcweis am! fruit. These supplies hate cost the Society many thousands of dollarfi. It is impossible at the momtnt, nnlll the Intcrnatlobal Convention which will be held at Geneva Uilrty lays j'.er Peace.is I'tclarcd. !o t.alio r'efinUe announcement in t-j the peace work or the Plans for this work are already being considered, but in the meantime, what .he Red Cross today is money uid service. Large sums are required '.or work In connection with Military wspltali in Canada, for the building, equipment, and up-keep or rest rooms and recreation centres' at these hos- pitals, for rest rooms tor and on their arrival .in. iMs .coun- Iry, and'for tie care and accommoda- licn of the sick, amongst thest'new- comers The Society fs also endeavour- ing to assist In erneliorating local dis- Iress sickness arid' suffering' which have arisen as" a'result'ot the Influ- enza epidemic., Naturally Pleasing is naturally -pleasing. It contains nothing but-the purest of mate- rials, thoroughly refined. There is no free alkali to irritate the skin or injure' delicate fabrics; no free oil to make rinsing difficult, It is fragrant with the clean, -natural odor of its high quality You like Ivory Soap. SOAP t in tt Hcmiltn. LOUD JEULICOE'S CHIVALRY. The' Industrial Relations Corhmls- c.'on is to start Its inquiry at the Pacif- ic coast, ,-and, working eastward, con- clude It by the end ot May. In St June1; street jeeterday crowd gathered about an' old ob- poor, who had been taken ill or had 'met .wltlran accident. a number of men were look- ins on. It was' left to a'jottng' girl to attend to her needs t FreseTiliy a naval admir- al's that fine chivalry T so, characteristic of navy, he walked 'at oace'- id the 'old lady's side, and, with of tlie young girl, helped her along a small house iti St. place, where Eho Dialled to go. KoL content with this service, tho admiral went into the house-and re- mained there some to make sure there was nothing further tie could do. When he came oat ho was recognized by a few of us as Lord Jellicoe. Neil M. Cannel, once a'Liberal can- didate for the Ontario Legislature in South Grey, is deed. WHAT THE RED CROSS IB DOING AT THE PRESENT TIME. At the present time Bed Cross work passing through a period of re adjustment lo enable the Society to meet the demands which are being made upon It by Peace conditions. Be tinning at our Basierl it is interesting to follow tbe work of the Society across Canada. One of the first charges upon the funds of the Red Cross Society at the present time is the care of OUT woundod returning lome; our troops who are being de- mobilized, and the soldiers' depend- enls, who are returning with their1 kindred to Canada In such large num- bers. The Red Cross is Interested in all these. At the port of St. John, the Society's work It directed to the care of wo- men and children arriving with their husbands from overseas, or as the ;ase may her returning home before their husbands, and therefore In more need of attention from the Red Cross Society. Boats arriving at St- John are met by representatives of the Red Cross. In the great Emigration Sheds, as many ss 1600 women and children will be cared for in one day by the Red Cross Society. A staff of 20 Graduate Nurses Is attached to the St.'.John Branch for this werk. These Nurses placed on the- train by the Red Cross Society, and take charge of all women and children travelling across Canada until they reach their destin- ation; when they are handed over to the tare of either the Red Cross Soc let; or the Patriotic Fund. Tfle T.W.C.A., and other organiza- tions working In co-operation will] the ncd Cross Society at the Port of at John, hare opened Resttrooms and temporary accommodation OTI the wharves for women and children off the The Red Cross Society io conjunction with the Milit- ary authorities, has atao opened Red Cross hospital where the sick amongst these newcomers may be car cd for. On arrlTHl, and after the necessary emigration regulations have been fulfilled, the women and child- ren Are entrained in special trains bound for their variotu The Red Crms Nartw In charge of the trains, take the names tt all .wo- men children In their charge, look after all cases of aid notify In advance the different points where their charges are to he tftombarked. All trains are met by representatives of tH Red C foes Society wfcerever feraiirtes of tie Society In CatgisfT, the Red Cross Society, work- In cooperation wltli the CanniHan Patriotic Fund, fca> opened a Rest- Home1 where women and children are accommodation for 4S hours tfcelr arrival, sod where, If foe sick may be cured for. KwrMBers are hi finding ac conmodatlon and when tier are set tied, the Society also herds oat i friendly hand durist flie BovtM whm tkey are to find their place tn comBUlty. At Halifax when oir troops are nrrlrtfC, tie' M Crow Society fci aluo BWT mptfyfag ofl wtfch arlee and giving a mm vfetcowi Is What Counts will find distinctive styles which are noted smart style, refined appearance, exceUence 6f rMterwds and moderate pnces. More new styles just received by express today.' I HOSIERY BLACK LISLE Ladles' fine mercerized black lisle hose; full fashioned, rib- bed top; full range of Bites. Excellent dy.e or At.................. WC 0. S. LISLE Ladles' outside size; extra large leg; In good qual ity brack llile. All sites and splendid Tatae At............... VENUS HOSIERY Pure silk hosiery fa our now famous "Venus'1 brand; good heavy silk thread hem -In white, grey, sand, and dark pry n A A All at STRIPED HOSIERY Novelty, striped hosiery in excellent quality and good fitting; full faslkmed style, in shades of steel, brown, white, black, drab, and fawn. 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Cat fall, hanging la graceful terming tome of the I'marlest effects Uiat we have offered this season. OUR PRICES to SKIRTS A new skirl be needed spring. We offer a complete and new stock of poplin skirts in sand, green, brown, black and wine aksutoc, Tkese hare JoU arrtfed thh week br' express. Norelty silt In black taffeta, fluey plaid Jnd slrlped illkt In styles that are right ind at srlces that will no hardship on cren the moil slender purfc. 150 to I CORRECT DRESS FOR -WOMEN RYLANDS CO.