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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAUCU i, THi; LKiUimilKiK DAILY ilKIULD I'AGK fflLADI PHONE SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. J. Mcllvcnu eulerlain- i'd Thursday eyeniny In honor 01 Mcllvetia'B brother, -I'lc. k-'rcd Slum Rial. Muj. A-jkCullfiugh on occustou uf their, frouj over- seas Alter ai-live sorvlcy from the Blades of The decora- tions >ero very tastefully htrsngOU wiih flips and bunting, the sithig colors being .red. ivhito bluta, A sinniituous (Unuer i-J by. tho liortfss. thr> taMe being licauUtully tlecorulcd with daffodib." Tho rciualirXT o( ilie PVcnL' iu niusic and tluntlng. Mfss' Alice Siunu icjslcrcd very beautifully "Angus by Thoap [irescut In addl- u liu' yiKfts of honor were Mnsrva; Allre Sinini, Leah SiinnK Kthel Harding and Mrs. II. Munroc.' 'J r .Mi-s. 2. Schools; FJcetwood, 45; Contral, 312; Oal- brailh, S; Westminster, 124; High scliool, 33. Total, 457. SECRETARY'S REPORT SIR ALEXANDER GAIT CHAPTER I, 0. O. E. sented by Mrs. Henderson. Mrs. Har-1 nun, Mrs. Stat-ey and Mrs. Stafford. It Is the Inlentioin of tho Chapter to I erect a fla-s jw'.e on iho soldier's plot! In the. ceraetary, Mr. Holt has kindly 1 offered to do the' TvorU in connection! with tiits. FuriilshinES were supplied for thy! Veterans' Club office. Mrs. Buchanan who was ihi> dele- gate from this Chapter to ihe National' [Annual Meeting hshl in Toronto hi; May gave a very interesting THE WELCOME TO OUR BOYS will be vociferous and enthusiastic tut no warmer tkaot iKe welcome Back, to ihe taJble of Shredded Wheat the favorite whole wheat breakfast cereal Of course you couldn't get all the Shredded you wanted during the war. paid, a heavy tofl for doing a restricted business- hut we paid it gladly. The war is over, ft is the same Shredded Wheat you have always and For any meal with milk or cream MADE IN CANADA Tho following is the report of the secretary of the Sir Alexander Gall chapter ol the I. D. V. R.: The Sir Aleiander Gait Chapter -I. 0. D. B. held during the jmsl year nine regular and two special meetings with an average attendance ol 42 members. 17 executive meetings were held with an average attendance of 10 member, Tho toial enrolment of the Chapter Is 325, 42 new members have been elected during the year. up on January 31st, 1315, 159. Overseas pins havo been presented (o members having husbands or sous on active service. Two soldier's mothers have been made honorary members. Seren standing committees bare of ttio proceedings and the results of'has been done. 7he grading and 1rcs jirovincrs. to leave the roicl incomplete tlie patriotic work o( (ho I. 0. K.'B j ties ;uvc been VKI in: an.l six millions throughout Ihe dominion. DiJfinji iVatioual Registration fn June this' chapter was given fuli of satil expenditure has been pnid for a harbor'as yet entirely diston- frcm the rails; ami that lite charge by the registrar lo _supply alloying mllM of rail will connect assistant depul> iCgMrard 10 the ctty wiUi tho railway system of and to assign places and hours ct work. This -Tvas systematically done by ;i committee foryjcU for the purpose Cards were mailed to one with the hour and place to report fo. thereon. About CO metn- icrii volunteered their scrvjces. Jn an eodeavor to a Loan Campaign; this Chanter offered been very active during the year: Ed- acaUoaaJ, Wool, Patriotic aqd VisJIInff, Veterans, Widows and Orphans, Scrap-Book ancl Decoration. Nursing" and "First Aid" classes'have been most success- ful, and during the "Influenza Epi- demic" fn October and November, a number of members gave their jser- vlces voluntary In the" emergency hos- pital. Many "of the members assisted the Nursing Mission, also privately, in making and distributing food for tbft aufferers, although we as a chap- ter did not render assistance, yet Ihe work of individual members is very A local branch of the St. John's Am- bulance Brigade Overseas been formed with Miss Bawden as Lady Superintendent of this district. The Girl's Auxiliary organized by Mrs. Starties has done, splendid work in raising money for patriotic purposes and in the attention to the urgent needs of the patienls in the Prank Sanitarium, also in sending clothing lo the French Refageea. The members ot the Chapter sew every Friday at the Red Cross Hooma udder the supervision of Mrs. HfH. Since tho formation of the Chapter deep Interest-has always been taken in Ihe schools and in everything per- taining to Educational matters. The hearty co-operation of the teachera and pupils during the past year has been greally'apprecialed, and so great hoj been the enthusiasm of the knit- ters in the schools that special men- tion of their work has been recorded ia the Thrift Magazine' {School Sec- lion) published by the direction of (he Xittonal War Savings Committee of Canada. The "number of socks khHeed this year Is: Schools 2121; members and others, 756; total, 2S77. The sock measure.1? presented to tbe pupila have proved oT great assistance. 'f The collections from the school boses were splendid, the money being nsed towards baying Foot for the knitters. Six hook .prizes wore awarded (o pupils (or the heal essays'on Pat- subjects. The competition "was very keen which testified to the inter- est and progress of the, pupils. Seven historical pictures were purchased, which have been framed and ed to tbe city schools, Fluids have been raised by: Five tag days, booths at the Veteran's Sports July 1st, salo of fee cream and percentage of bueball matches, school boxes. Victory Loan Commissions, Navy League open subscription list, Last Minnte Site, Mr. Banner's music recital, raffle of cushion, members net- Ing na models in Hudson Bay Co, spring opening, anri too renting of the The Chapter was presented wllh a 1100.00-Victory Bond Mr. Geo. Donations have been received from Mr. and Mrs. X. T. Macfeod, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo, II. MacKay, Mr. Owatliins, Mm. Buchanan, Girl's AnxlKary, atic Society, Nobteford RM CTOM, Mr, J. P. Bass of Chin, and-Com- ffifasfoner Mecch., ilXfflAUons .liavft .ticen in a ot Vfw Ofttierftt French Kolief Fund through the- French Mltilnter of Mnaiwe, Veterans' j Ctnb Roorng, Nivy Lcapw, rrisoocra off War through Iho Local Red Cross, Halifax Home 6f blinded children, the 'Serbia. Montenegro and Macedonia! Kftllef Futid, local Y.M.O.A., OoW and; Sftver Trinket Funtl CaiUMltan Nurses Horas in' tho CiSun'ry. ind Uie needed was voted in 1U1S, The resolution goes oil to say tliat briber delay iu HID construct So si of tills railway will cause dissAlisCaetton in wealeru Canada, itl Victory' w'ltre is general leliet ihil.il! Chapter offered is police seized 2SO casea of whiskey at: the railway station in Watertown last night, II was in "a car of hay. MoslJ of the hay hail been removed; the Inspectors iiut in as appearance and maile the seizure. Tbe value War" and lo ''Do Our Bit.'1 The ifying results shown in the i'ear's worX and iii the increased efforts and in- terest of Ihe members to mate every undertaking a success, we have every reason lo be well satisfied, fin- ancially and otherwise. esteem the admirable achieve- ments of the given of her best In (bought arid deed, au-l under whose carefnl nnrt cfffcient ad- minislration, the -work of (his Chapter of the Daughters of the Empire has made such excellent progress. Respectfully AKN1U LUNDY, llonerary Secretarr, OTTAWA, March resolu- tion drafleU by ft special comniiUce of western meniliers, of Thomas of SaUcoals, Is chairman, and J. A. Campbell, ol Xelson, Is secrelary, calling upon.tht govern- ment lo console tiic Hudson llay Railway, rcl.iles that in the course- of the construction of Ihe railway many sources cf tho district, about which little is known, such, as. mineral, pulpvrocd end water power possibilities, have prove-rt {o hp valu- able and surely prfKiiir.llve o( national wealth; tlnl appTviximatcb' nincSeen- of the initial construction loB, Ftaak the of tie Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN J 15.00 TO A WEEK It son cannot spent! Ihree years 3n hospital or are 'past hos. Mlal Unlit, tend nume' addrew on trtstcsrrt for boolt .C.. 9, X. Home-Practice Method of 'study- Ing nursing. Staid N. Y. Chocolate WHEN business prohibits yoar leaving tbe office at lunch rime, yet you are 1 hungry and chocolate for chocolate ia a wrtainiQg food. All through the war the value of chocolate haft been demonstrated. The Allied toldiers found that when fatigued, eating chocolate renewed their energy, and thousands will testify how of chocolate uaed as emergency rations supplied them with strength to "carry on" in many a tight pinch. ftuu proren its (o every Profit by tkii wmr Itsm, Applyittocmlliie. En chocolttets t luncheoo -ft will bclp the business Chooolitc U prodtict which system them, i "Oiooobte u a ;d vtlutble m CUM of Canada Ismcet Ith a Splendid Pud? iw cHocotATt OF CANADA For Pure High-grade CANDIES go to ;