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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. MAhGH7f "T" � iTi iiii � , PERSONAL  R. R. D�v|,4> A gotteraf meeting; of the Mkjor Jack Roil chapter;. will be held on Friday, March 8th; lit the, K. ot-P. hall at d.30 p.ih., ^� ':.  ,. *. V- � i The Major vjackRoBB Chapter I.a. D.a. will iheH tbhlght. Thursday, At 7.45 in the Had Cross rooms for sew-Inlr. A good attendance is requested. -   * Anyone having socks ^or the Major Jack Rosa Chapter I.O.D.H will please Hand thorn in to Mrs. 'Conybeare or Mrs, De Vebor this week, aa they want td get a parcel off soon to the sailors.   * The member^ of the Kastern Star are asked to.ineet at ,the Rod Cross rooms tomorr6w' sfforhoob. -'.         4 LAOIES,CURLING 4 III the ladles* curling Miss Bawden yipn from Miss Buchanan, Mrs. Aird IffHU Miss AIrd, Miss Proctor from Miss king, Mrs. Alrd from Mrs. Fer-giisan and, Mrs, Marshall from Miss Proctor. Baturday afternoon draw: 2 o'clock draw, Mrs. Alrd vs Miss Bawden; 1 0*ckK:k draWi Mrs. Marahall vs Miss Snobanan,' �[' � � � WOMEN'S INSTITUTES, MIsa Isabel Noble, Of l^ayslond, Un'. the chair. The ad-Aresa ot welcome was given by ^1b worship. Mayor Bvans, which was reaponded to by Mrs.iJSllt M. Tdwhs; ot Coronation. Other prominent offl-chls who^MldresBed the session were bfa bbnoiv^Lieut.-aor. Brett, Premier Charles Stewart and Hon. Duncan Mar-�ball. The women speakers; ioplUded Mra. Reld 2, Doris Roberts ?, Margaret Roberta 1, Wanda 8'ehambach l, .Tanet Bcott 1, Irene Simpson 7, Marjorle 9m(tfa.2, Harriet Steaktey 1, Myrtle Stevenson 1, Pearl Taylor 1, Phylllg Turner 1, Stanley Turner 1, Myrtle Wardman 1, Anulo Waterhouae 2, Bessie Waterbouse Ella Waterhouso 2, Allan Watson Andrew Watson 1, Josae Watson PhylllB White 1, Dorothy Wlltets palsy Wllaon 1, Willie Fairbanks Teacberi and Friends 5.  * � THE NURSING MISSION The report of the Nursing AHsslon for the month of February is as follows: No. of new patients.......... 32 No. of old patient*........... B l9o. ot metro patients......... 5 PAGE NINB dore Benhart Anderson, of Traverp, Alberta. Owing to the illiiess of the bride's mother only Immediate relatives were present and after lUe ceremony the newly married couple left for their home at Travors.    SK0U30N-HENNIOBK News has reached Raymond ot the marriage at nariiwaU ot two popular Raymondltes in the persons of MtS9 Pom Ilcnnlger and Mr. Uon Sltouson. Miss Honniger la a graduate of the Knight i^;cadehiy and> at Christmas time she completed the Calgary Normal course and had accepted a position teaching .ichool at Uarnwoll, where Mr. Bkouson was already on the staff. The romance began and a wedding followed. The people ut the Raymoif^ district extend congratulations to the young couple who are ntlll at Barnwell. CHRISTIAN-SHAFFER Another pretty wedding took place recently when Mlaa Shaffer of' Ma-grath, becamo the bride ' of Noplln Christian, a popular barber of Raymond. The ceremony was� perfomiod In Lethbridge and the young couple are now In receipt of the many congratulations ot thoir friends. No. of professional calls (day) No. ot professional calls (night). |/No. of friendly and relief calls . No. of business caljs ........ No. 'of office ... ..; ......... 255 11 47 76 161 Total ..i. .'...... ... ..... 563 Five nurses for private duty 8up-plied: No. of patients paying full fee ... :{ No. of patients paying part fee .. 10 No. of patients dared for frefe ... 11* Groceries w-ere supiilied to lt> families; meat to 14 families; fresh milk to 5 'families; fresh eggs for 1 patient; chicken for another patient; bed Unen and night gowns for.^wo patients; new clothing for 2 Infants; medicine aup-piled for.3 patients; new-boots for t boy; worn clothing and boots tor 11 families; temporary homes found tor 3 children; tent paid for 2 old women; 14 loads ot coal sent out by the city; 47 calls for women.'tor days work sup-piled; 2 calls for men for days work supplied. , � : '.       RED CROSS NOTES ert ladies' tailor. A perfect fit i^ > guaranteed.' � > � " -i'^ If you see.a pattern in: pur 200 samples that' pleases your fancy we can make you a, cos-; ^  tuinepefffict in every detail as to f|t and style. $08 Third Avekw S. X I AN EXTRAORDINARY SAL OF Comprising the newest Spring Modes-in fad;, they are the Manufadlurers Models for the coming season. These were secured by our Mr. Smith, who is now east visiting the fashion centres, under exceptional circumstances and at a very exceptional cost. As a preliminary opening for our spring season we are placing these on sale at a saving to you of at l * , $17.4d Come Early and View the Other Thirty-Six:: ;