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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Do tho women uf Lethtrldge realize that la England and Frnnco today Ihe women aro doing men's work, ao Its up to Iho Canadian women to help lit every possible way to keep up Iho supplies of the Bed Cross, tlio de- laands of which are Increasing every day? Soino or women aro doing iiiau Uielr share, while olhors are falling lo do their bit in (his great tauso. Although Iho following report gives fair showing of work douo from May 2 to Way 30. there U need ol more workers In every department of the Itcd Cross .work In l.elhbrldgo. St. Cyprian's: 1 day shlrl, 3 pyjam as, 4 pillow clips, G towels, 10 binders S ellngs, 16 T'B, 1 pyjnma coal re- modelled, C T's. IS manylall. SI. Patrick's: G pyjamas. 4 ahecls 1 towels, IS sllugc, 5 T'B, 1 pyjama coat remodeled, 10 T'B. S manylall. Teachers: 2 pyjamas, 4 sheets, 1 lilllov slips, 1G towels, 15 binders, 31 clings, 1 nurse's npron, 2 pair Eiirglca clockings, 40 T'B, 40 manylall. Wesley: 3 sheets, G pillow slips, towels. 2 binders. S slings. 3 nurse's aprcnF. 4 coruforl bags, 44 T'a. S manylall. baptist: S sheets, It pillow slips, 1 towels, 16 Ts, 2 manylall. Central W.C.T.U.: 13 pillow slips 14 11 slings, 2.com for' bags. 10 T's, 4 manytall. Knoi: 8 pyjamas, 13 sheets, G plllo clips, Ul! towels. 22 binders. 6 slings 2 nurECs's aprons. 1 comfort bag, liyjatna coals, 4G Ts, 0 manylall. Children ol Mary: 2 lowcls, C bind ers, S Ts, 5 manylall.. Christian: 7 pillow Blips, 1 toweli 30 binders, 17 slings, 1 comfort bag C T's. Eastern Slar: G pyjamas, towel; It slings, S T's'l 5 manytail, 1 pyjam coal. Slajor Jack-Hoss chapter l.O.D.B 1C pyjamas, 24 sheets. 34 pillow slip towels. 14 binders, 5G siloes, 7 Co: fort bags. 1 pjjama coal, 17 T'B, nanylall. Women's club! S'plllow Blips. 3 bin ers, G slings, 2 T'B, a manylall. St. Andrew's: 9 jiyjamas, u Ullo 24 sliufs, 2 nurse's aprons. 31 T's. SI. Augustine's: 1 day shlrl. 1 py- jamas, 18 plilow slips, 3 slings. 1 jnircu'Ej apron, 2 bCuSlclo bags, 4 T'E, 1 manylall. G. F. cliib: IS pillowslips, 36 towels, IS slings. St. Mary's: 1-day shirt, 3 pyjamas. 10 pillow slips, Ii lowcls, 12 comfort Women ol D.iy. Solnls! 10 day shlrls, 3 pyjamas. 21 pillow slips, C towels, 12 binders, 4S slings. Ladles of D. of I. F. ft E.: pillow Blips, 35 lowcls, G binders, 54 allngs. C.I.A.: 22 slips, 21 loivels, S binders, 24 sllns.i, 4 T's. 5 manytall. Hardlevlllc: 7 day shirts, 9 pyjamas, U pillow slips, 24 lowcls, G binders, 30 slings, 3 nurse's aprons. 3 palr'-.sur- flea! Blockings, 2 bedside 6 housef Ives, 2 pyjama Irousers, 42-T's, 12 manylall. Mrs. Waslibrook, 10 day shlrls, 13 pyjamas, 12 9 binders; Jlrs Atwood, 1 pyjamas, 6 pillow slips, B towels, Z nurse's nnrons; Mrs, Har- ris, 2 pyjamas, 2 day shirts; Mrs. Don ilcKenzle, 3 nurse's aprons; Mrs Hugh' Macbeth, S pyjamas; Mrs. West brook, 2 pyjamas, 10 pillow slips, 12 towels, 6 slIngB, 7 T's, 1 manytall Mrs. Wilcoi, 11 pyjamas, 12 pillow Mrs- day shirt, 12 pillow.'slips, 24 towels; Mrs..Lomas 4 day shirts; Mrs. Hugh .Taylor, 10 pyjamas-. Winchester, ,6 lillloy Ellps.'G towels, G wringers: Mrs..Bart pair surgical Jlrs Elackbunic; S Mrs.'Bor man; 1 .day.shlrt; Mrs. Cascadden; pyjamas; Jlrs. Cowelll, 36 12 lowels. 11 binders, .G slings; MILADI i PHONE Tlio G. J. A. will Bold their icctlng lonlgbl In the 1. O. O. R hall I eight o'clock. Mis. John McCauo' and family of oaldalo have Ukeu up their rosld- nco at 120S Third ..Avenue, south. Irs. McCaua': EOD5 are managing Iho arm near Coaldale.' Invilatloas Lave been sent out for n Interpretative rcclUl lo be given y Miss Kathleen Southard and Miss !uth TrlKO. graduating ill ipresslon of 'Mount Royal colli'Ke. -Calcary Albcrlau. At the closing session cf Ihe 23rd nnual convention of- the National ,'ouucll of Women at Winnipeg. -Mrs. F. II. Torrlngton, Toronto, was re- elected president, her only opponent, Mrs. W. K. Sauford, Hamilton, wlth- Irawlng. Officers lor [ho comloK are Honorary president, Her Excellency Iho Duchess of Devou- Elilre; advisory president. Her Lady- ship Ihe -Marchioness of Aberdeen and rcmair; Honorary vice-presidents, the wives OL the lieutenant-governors of tho provlbcca of tbe dominion; vlco-prealdcnls, Mrs. Wll- loughby Cuuimlngs, Toronto; Tuylor and Lady Gibson, Hamilton; 1'rof. Carrie Derlck, Montreal, Jlrs. II. I'. II. Galloway, Winnipeg; Mrs. T. J. Frbsl, Ottawa; .Mrs. Stead, Hal- ifax; recording secretary. Mrs. Jlhys Toronto; ireasurer. Mrs. George Walts, Brentford; correspon- ding Eccrctary to he paid official and lo be appointed oy executive. Con- venors of standing committees: laws for women, Mrs. O. G. Edwards, Al- borla; bbJccUouablc printed matter, Mrs. Llddcll, Montreal; care of men- tal defectives. Mrs. Stead, re or Immigration, MFE. Vincent assey. Toronto; finance, Mrs. Talls; agriculture for women, Mrs. A. Hamilton, Toronto; supervision Tli Slajor Jack lloas chapter 1-6. D.E. will meet for sewing at the Red Iross rooms tomorrow night nt Miss Tracy Patrick of Calgary, ll rlslling her sister. Miss Dolly Fat- Ick. Mrs.'E. R. Lynes and'llttlo -Son, DouelaB, of Allorado, spent Ihe week, end "with Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Ward; V The sum of was Ibo result of be annual rose day. held by the 6, 3. B. chapters In Calgary'on SaliiriUy. .Miss Trlckcr ot Coeur d'Atene, Wath lu. spending a .week: wllu her sister. Mrs. W. H. De'Long, route lo visit relatives In Outarlo. i AH HeLckflhs of Ihc city are re- quested to altend Ihe memorial ser- vice Mvcn by Ihe Oddfellows In Ihe 1. O O. F hall al tomorrow even- ing. Mrs. J. B. Ijovcrlng and Dr. Green- away of Raymond, aro entertaining their parents, Jlr. and Mrs. J. and lE'.llc Ini, ol Lindsay, for a few weeks. Mrs. A. W. Edgar' nnd Illlle son arc leaving on Friday lo spend the Bum- mcr at the coast. They will he ac- ompanlcd by Mrs. and Miss Camp- iell.' On the same dale Mr. Kdgar caves lo take up duties with A. Mac- lonald and Co., Moose Jaw. The Alexander Cell chapter. B., are maklcg special preparations 'or a "French Day" on' Wednesday al .heir weekly lea in the Hudson's Bay Store. So far as Is known this is tho 'Irsl appeal made In'Lethbrldgc for nines' who saved the day ay -MrE. T. iBl.'mpril Deacon, Dr. 'ary peace and Mrs. Mc'Clarcn, Oltiiwn; omen' as citizens. DfJ- Augusta Cul- health, Mrs. pltawa; education.- rof. Cafrlc-Dcn'ck, .-aiotilreal; pro-' esBlons arid cmploymerii-for 'women, IIss K. Jones.-Winnipeg; lino and led urls, Mrs. McN'aughlpn, Jiou- real; conservation, Mrs! UcGilllvray, Tllley, Drant- ord; household economy, Mrs. New- all, Calgary. UbisMeeh in the Gits Churches Chrlitlan al p.m., IcsUmony..mediae. At Pentecovtal Thuri 8 p. Special walling upon God lor the Baptism of Iho Hoi] Gliosl. A hearty- lielcoms lo all. At St. al S Dor cas society mci flrm-allon clas' Tu 8. at the Marne. A French paper lately appealed for money for charcoal. Hospitals were suffering for lack or clean bed linen and change of clothing-for patients because there was no charcoal to maVe llrcs, and no hoi water to do Ihe ueccasary laundry work. Let us show on Wednesday, our apprecl.a7i Lion of what our French allies are' doing. 1 Mr. A. It. Murray of Alta., was unilEd In marriage to SIlss E. R. Boler, also of by Rev. J. W. Morrow, at Hat, June 7th. fling, IB 'jiillow Blipi, 38'towels', 4 manylall; Mrs.' 6 ..r slips, toweui; '.twq unn'anied Ehirtsi' Mrs) Vardman and Jfrs. towels- Mrs. Marchant and 8 nurse's npror-Sj-Cipalr. suritical Btock- Pallerson and Mrs. Clem- :nls, 3 day shirts, 12. towels. Jlrs. Slonu andJ Mrs. Campbell, 7 khaki slings, housewives; Mrs. Lillte 4 wash clothes Mrs. Knight, H T'E, 2 manytall; Mrt. Stilt, 12 T'a, manytall; Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Ben- son, 60 T's; Mrs. Cope. 10 .T's. Sorosin Eoclely, of Crystal Luke: 2 dav shirts, S pyjamas, 10 towels, 12 slings, IS T'E. i 3 'day nhirts, 3 pyjamas, 12 aprons.' v shlrls, 13 pyjamas, 13 sjdlgs, 7 nurse's aprons, C .comfprl bags'.'-' .Stl'KlIda: 4 day shlrtn, E pyjamas, 12 iblridersr. day shirts', 4 pyjamas, towels, 6 binders, 1 pair surgical' stockings. Warrior: 9 day shlrls; 8 pyjaipas, 1 slings, 7 niirao's aprons, air surgical Blockings, G: khaki sllngi JIllk'RIver: 3 day shirts', 2 pyjamas binders', 'IZri'llnBjei'' 2 'pair surglca Wrentham: 4 3 pyjamas Tlio-wool commltteie .report' the fol wing pairs of socks'; 1 TS. -Jamas Horn', 3 Irs'. Win. Scqlt 1', 1 IIss Fllmor i, Mrs 3arllb 1, Jlft.'.Watklns'-i.VWrsV D. A impson -1, 'Mrs.-'MrMllliii.lZ; Miss D n. NlramoDB J SIMPLE, YET A s Are.lM monumeins dMlgnlng. ,pM Vour. plot will bt-in (ubrtiltfi'd tipan rt CHttBFULUT. MM! Cat Harrlilon (Ont.) Fathtr Says Dr. Ca Mil's TabliU Saved His Child's Llf Mr. Corby, Harrlston, P.O., Onl "Our little girl was from birth, and though: we tried .doot6r uediclne and.other.Ullnis.she got nKhlng. A C- SI i, t 1DI yf.QTIIfc 3 A Irte ti llts wlllbe i cenM.for drett iu: home kerfous. loiiii'of Prices: One (or Ihe price at lions said co lets I AnMiu Paralys .'utiuiAM-'lnr. Chl ....jlklfi'.'ifcit-. nunl I 'per- bson 1, Mrs. Galloway 1, Jlrs. Win. cClure 2, JITS. Uceman 2, Mrs. F. E. eher 1, Jlrs. John Home 1, Mrs.1 A. riowldeil 1, Coaldale 3, Major oss Chapter I.O.D.E. 3, no name following pairs were knll wllh ool donated: Mrs. S. Suggltt 2, Eaal- m Star 1 Warner 1, Mrs. Llewellyn Mrs. W. J. Nelson 1, Sir Aleiander all. chapter 12. The cutting report shows a lolal'pf S towels, 3SO pillow slips, S4 3hee'l> ul by Mrs. Ainsworth, Mrs. -Mctiulre, Iss Slollzc, Mra. Kellogg, Mrs. oltze; 44 nurse's aprons -and, -40 iaki slings liy Jlrs. khaki Ings by Jlrs. SLollze; 23 pair, sur- cal stockings, 11 pair hcu suets, by :rs. llesscy. Mrs. LalVerly, supervisor of cutting at the rooms each (lay with Ihe allowing cullers who have worked ard in order lo supply- the present emand. There were H9 pairs of py- amns cut; Mrs. Urquhart, Mrs, -W. Nelson and Mrs. Brigham 36vMrs. erguson nnd Mrsl Aflnor 40; Mrs. crrlll, Jlrs. Dawdcn and Mra. Ro- ertaon 43; Mrs. Dralthwaltc 2; Mrs. units and Mrs. Couth 9. Tho nunv ev of day shirts cut arc: toll airs, nlilpalh and Jlri. Law Mrs. Mcwlnger and Mrs. Tennant 3, Mrs. Carlyle and Mrs. Lnw 19. The andage committee have cut--607 lings, 198 binders, 590 T bandages, EJ manytails. Mrs. Stoltzc, superintendent of work, IB al the rooms each day, ECDd- ug out work til the auxiliary branches n several of the neighboring, towns, mi) lo Ihc organizations and ils In the city who sow In their lomes. Many more requests for wort bo very Elad'i" received; 'The cadets, with JIIss M. E. Stoltze charge, havo been very lallhful each Saturday. During Iho month, W. Hen- derson and F. Robins worked (our P. Joyce, Ihrec Saturdays; Harrison, S. Ingram, B. Trellvlng N- Oeoghegan, R. Clark, J. Tudor, two Saturdays, and R. Coutts C Pardue, L. Hiy, T. Flake, G. M Wrlshl, H. Coutts, A. Tudor, H. Sin clalr, B. Aleiandor, L. Marshall, B P. W. JIcAae, S Jenlts, J. Mossey ind A. -MacKay, om Saturday. The work ol all Csdeta Ii greally appreciated. MRS W. F. HICKS, Asst. Supl. of Work icsday at 7.30 con _____ 8.30 Icachers' mccl Ing. Wednesday al S p.m., IntcTcessio. service. Thursday at 3 p.m, W. A niaot, Saturday.al 2.30 the Junior V A. meet. At St al 8 p m., leachers' .meeting. Wednesday S p.m.. Inlcrce'Eslon service. At United, Church _of North_Lcth- at S Christian Einio vor-mcet In the church parlor. Tnc day al 8 p.m., eieciltivcs of both Sun day schools meet In the church parlo for Iho purpose' of proceeding for Ih organisation pf-fn'n Sunday schnols. Wednesday at 3 p-mM Ladies' Aid c St. Andrew's meel in the church pa lor..' Wednesday'-at S p.m., prayc meeting.' Thursday al 3 p.m., the of 'TVeslriilnstcr meet at the horn ____rs., J. II. drkyV 1510