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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rim MILADI THE SOLDIER TO HIS WIFE Ullle you'd care wliat I Hid at your Xeet, llibbou or crwt or Vliat It I >'ou Nor maybe come home at allt but you'll, know. Hsirl. you'll know Two things I'll have kept to send; My honor, for which you bade go And my love to the end. B. Pernwlc. 1 PERSONAL pupils ot Roberts save their first recital, Ibe following laklnz part In violin 'piano and mandolin: K. Allen. D Roberts, V. Webb, M. Floberta, J. Dtinlop. Si VlKleiiak. P. CIopeE, J. Scott A. Williams, C. Clark. A. Clay-, on. tiurr perred the dainties t the tie I-fldles' Aid ot tbe ChrhlluT churoli are holding a SI. PatrlcVa to- -March 17 at the home ot Mrs. O. H.'HeaUi.'lMS Avo. S. There wtll be a. in eating of the Dig Slilera of Kuoi dmrcu tomorrow eve- ning (Wednesday) al 7.30 at 535 it. S-. to maie for the ;rish the work aiul stuck 10 their posts thrdugli danger lias been marvellous, saj'E Mi.-s pl'ri.-gill'JS. Tho faclorii-s nro dividi-il iniu K-illl abaut 100 in each shcJ. A lertnl kind of worker explosive pls made in cacli shed, and tlie danger is somewhat' lessened by tavins thorn', diviclcu. in Ibc case of raids such serious results would not be like- Missio.n tonlgSt.. All memWrs are asked to be to' attendance. a TTie EwimminE and naaium class, under tho auspices ot. the Women's Civic Club, will reopen on Thursday at the Y- M. C. A. Call-, dren In afternoon at 4; auulls In Hie evening at 7.30. For further j Information regarding these classes please phone Mrs. J. F. Simpson (1173) or Mfs. TV. 11. Holt Tha cUss ftr tha tynthelic sluiiy noon from 3 lo 4. All womeu Inter- eeted will be walcome. Rita Alrd, and a vocal duct by Miss M. (Jlllies and Miss f. Porler ivero very much cnjoyeU. Mrs. Liyton and Miss Avril Lltlle were at the plsno. The whole evening's performance was very pleasing and very well put on. The sum ot was realized. 4. ff sf 't 4 REPORT OF GIRLS' AUXILIARY Since Its Inception, April 16lh, 191S, lha Auxiliary has maclo most gratify- ing progress both in membership and tlic most terrible air raids. The girls in these dcnartmentB'wear loose mid- dies ami trousers, somewhat attor the fashion ol the Chinese costume, ami have their hair braided down Ihciri backs, ani shoes without nails. Tlicy j arc inspected cr.cli morning by a matron before entering. Another interesting picture was that given by Miss Tregillus of what is known as tho "tetryl who work ivilli lelryl, which causes their skins to turn yellow. They wear overalls and broadbrimmcd red hati, closely swathed in trown veils to in- haling Uio poisonous fumes. girls are given considcratii safeguarding their health. months Miss OnArm Hick entertained a num- ber oi her friends very-. delightfully at her horned last evening. Games and nlng, tcHowed' bjr'dalatllr. terred. re f reshmenls. .j c c. CHURCHES The Ladles' Aid of Wesley church to thank the following for help-; pro- uram- Ivy.'DwMO, Miss Hen rtrr Mr.- Banner, alw vis's Mary Ostruod for ker part as donated to the Military Hospital at this par Frank; S75 to the Sir Alexander Colt Chapter of the. 1. O. D. E.; ESO to tho Nursing Mission, and {22.CO lo Ihe Navy League. In artdilion a bale ot clothing has A enjoyable evening wae spen at the' Moste School when the young remanded a criminal for lat- er, not to judg- after '1 ot the case. n acon a a lo the Belgian Ileiicf As- a layetle to the Sheller; sunshades recovered by the giris to Frank Mililary Hospital and to the samo instiiution four barrels homemade preserves and Jam, and at Christmas 70' Ibs. ot turkey. At the "I-ast Minute Sale" ot the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, th J illary had charge of a booth. The y les were made by the membera ciely ladies, others'girls who had earning their livliis In all spberej o life. Tbe work is Called "fellowship work, and, while piece work, the pro duclion isidivided-irobng Ihe. work- ers. The way the girls lurn in when a rush order for munitions comes is Kwiderfnl. The faclories are now being closed tip, ami Hie one where Miss Tregillus was employed bae been turned into a toy factory. The problem of the em- ployment of these girls has not been settled yet, but ot .present they are receiving 25 weeks' pay, if they do not have three satisfaclory chances forj employment before that time Is up. As a consequence at present (he girls j are very well satisfied lo take a rest I and are not yet making serious ef-1 forts to return to their former employ- Miss Trivilus has heeu at the head, of a munition department in London for j two yeare. She ic the daughter of the; late W. J. Tregillus, of Calgary, who L ;was -connected with the V. F. A. of] i Alberta, and has come to make her residence in Lethbridge. Distinctive and Exclusive Styles m Suits, Coats and Dresses These Are New Arrivals by Express This Week OLYMPIC BRINGING kHYL CAMP CANUCKS HALIFAX, N.S., March it reported unofficially hsrt today that Olympic thli week from Enalaid with of 4000 now at.Rhyl. The information from au- thorrfalive although of White Star Line here say they.know nothing of the arrangement. NARROW ESCAPE FROM CHICAGO HOTEL FIRE CHICAGO, 'March a dozen women fainted and many others were overcome by emoke, and these, w'tu 225 men and women employees o'. the Hotel, were'assisted down tire escapes when tire broke out In tho annex to the hotel irtiieli is used Dresses! i Dresses! A nrand new sluck' ot Iho and porrtfct styles spring and summer wear, In atlraeliVe materWi. The many illtle Ideas that make liera dif- ferent and diatlnetlTetlp style also combine fS make Ibis one of the ot outer garments we have ever offered. COLORS 'MATERIALS Brown CharmeuM, Suits! Suits! Here you will find selection ot styles that are sure to please. Plain tailored styles, neat box coat styles, others with fancy vests and collars, in fact the new things are all here. Man tailored and perfect fit- tings. MATERIALS COLORS Serge ...............Brown Jeraey Cloth...... Rott Taupe Broadcloth Black Orey Tweed. M. LONDON, March country as a dormjtory for lhe_ ...-0 ____ and All ths guests ol located Clark anil Madison streets, were aroused and notified to leave the structure as precautionary measured The tire did I not, however, reach the hotel proper I icing confined to the annex on Clark LONDON, iuarcn cuuuiu as a dormitory lor me i needs Immediately at least Tnose overcome by smoke dwellings for its working classes, flriig sloro cording (o Dr. Chrislopher Addison, were iMn revived, president of the local government board, whose housing scheme has lust heen approved hy Ihe British war cabinet. A bill outlining his ideas is to be presented soon to the house of'commons- SO FAR, LONDON, Mareh Prew from The number of diera repatriated Nov. 11, 131S, and March 1, New ers, Soutfl Information announctd today in the houx of by the under lecreUnf of "The most acute question of Oie mo-1 street, said Dr. Addison, in explain- ing his proposals, "Is the shortage of houses. The government wants local lo move alone, and there- fore a time limit will be put on gov- ernment State assistance, he conUntied, irill be given only within Hie next 12 months lo schemes sub- mitted to the local government board and which must be carried out wtttln ___.......____ are being COLCHESTER. ll.- aripoinled io help tlio various Navigation may be considered open at ties each commissioner lo bave a this end ot Lake Erie.. Llghtkeeper staff including an architect and a stir-, John Knapp, with his awlalant, left I yesterday In his motorboat for Cpl Filings art to lie standardized, "but Chester Reef light, which Ihl. not Dr. Addlson'3 ed last night for the first lime hh statement Says, "that houses are to season. This Is tine, earlie be oneI pattern. The govern- than last year. Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN A WEEK If you cannot Inree years in hospital or are put pltal age limit, send name anc address on postcard for year book explaining the C; S. N Home-Pracllce Method ot >lndr InC trained nursing. 9Ute age. Tbe Sciwtl JAMESTOWN, N. ment IB anxious lo avoid any such calamity. There Tylll he plenty of scope (or individuality