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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH H, 1017 PMT.Y PAGE EXTRA THE DUCHESS'OF CONNAUGHT BJES Diseased Skin Freedom at onco from tlio agony or lii Ulscaac, .Tlio fiooiIilHfc oils. Tjy Illeinbolham Druggists, D. D. DJ to CONVENTION OF' WOOL GROWERS. The annual meeting of Ihc Southern Alberta Woo) Orow. era aaEacintton will be tiolfl ff hero lomorroiv anil Friday. A hanguel will ho held Lomorrow v nlglil. 'i'. lice. Arkcll, licad ot holding a whist Bin al 8.30 In iho ff SO.lv. Ijall. Proceeds arc for (he re- Tlic UO.I1.A. aro drive ariil ilanco turned soldiers' fund. ,Mtes .pawson wishes the A Mission Hand birthday concert will helrl In tjio un Krldny iilghl til 3 o'clock. Mrs. IJaroM I senior Itttlo dangler v members o( Wesley Mission Ihnd to Foremost to Ins ROIIO to week wjth v v .the iroal Dominion department of agrl- culluro, la 111 the' clly lo oonvetiUon. at Iho church tomorross' avtliing al lives. 7.16. The regular monthly meeting or tho Tho Christian Kndeavor of Ihc AlesanJcr Oall Chapter, l.O.D.Ii. will SI. te held tomorrow afternoon at thn y nlfihL 111 o'clock in Llio. Y.M.G.A. All Iho: wishing to renew llielr subbcriiilio lo J'rhccs are asked to do so al ihis lcn I Clirisliaii chjrch nre, nt AcrU I'nlrlck'B social on Friday n tlib th'ureh. The regular meeting of the Willard W.C.T.U, will he held tomorrow al S- p.m. at tho-homo of '.Irs. The regular nionthlv meeting of Iho 1261 llll Avo., north. All member! ol Knox church was held Tiles are ashed to ue rircjftiil. jay evening in Ihe school room. The llofilc for inc. ending "The Jews ami TJic committee of the Alberla C'o-' tha and "Our relations lo Hie operative for boys' work met at the was oljly handled by Miss Me- V.M.C.A. last night, a itl lalkcj in- Leay and Miss Ualtour. formally ol plans for the coming sum Al 2.30 o'clock this afternoon on -page 10 nioi'. Canon McMillan, of who ia one of tho Judges of the Juvcn- The culling rommltlce renorls tho Harvey, 4 pyjamas, 12 piles' uHpa, 2 UUfGca' aprons, 3 comfort bags, Mrs. Mrs. Honlidcna, whirls; Mrs. John Bcoll, 23 32 day. March Tjic fiuchcss of Connauglil'dkd .'late this afternoon. -s He court, and lias had Q great deal of pretty wcdil'l itj took sunnlles and machinery for llio for- Sylvan J.ake, BO. that irCti Interesltrl n-ovcmcnt, before'ii mass meeting hcr'si'ter Miss Loltio Rces Just he- 18 towels, )8 binders, Mrs. class. 94. wingers. 40 .lownls, 12 the larl'cs of Westminster chiircli [orc 'VQIVB sverc exchanged, Miss I'orry, IE pillow sllns 23 lowala. Mrs. fort .hags; Mrs. Wood and assistants.; yesterday aflernonn at Wcsi.m'nstcr sang ft of sojgs by Pearson, 2 12 rjtltdiv slips, 673 slings, many.lailcd At the" conclns'un of bis Cairic tfncobs -Dond, "I C binders, 2 comfort bags. Mrs. Iteed, 615 T bandages, 323 lowela, C slings, lira. Sandbach, .S dcrs. .ove lYou Truly" and "At nnvnicg." LATEST TOG'GEKY FOK THE SUMMER GIKL v AS SEEiV AT PALM UEACli SIR THOMAS WHITE ILL Ilie of questions at the rotiuest of Ihe .The bridal eovvn itafe faslilonej of pyjamas. Mri. J. S. Stewart, C sur crenm crcpo lie chine ana was trim- filcal shirls. Mrs! Tcrrlll. 1 _ pyjamas, HOSPITAL Turr MONTH Number of Ottawn, March Thomas 'lllte. minister of finance, Is confln- REPOflT OF THC GALT d to hls'homc with a severe colil. V not likely thai he will lie aMe to be ut again before the middle of the eek. Sir Thomas lias nol been feeling ell [or some days, but waa deter- U1IIJ1. [ned to remain nt his desk until all lcj during tho month, 4: lnt.il. 11G. Mrs. Ilutns Ilccs of Voss, N.D., was In dagea." Mrs. KnovvUlcn, 12 many-tails. mod will] lace and pearla. The bridal U Kilria. IS towels, C binders, bououet IYRS of lilies of the vnllcv anil Mrs. Hugh Taylor, S pyjamas. Mra. while TOECS. Miss Lottie Reca wore Washbrcok. 12 pyjnrana. 12 jiillow OF. FEBRUARY. 1917 cream voile and carried daffodils. hinders. Mra. Wardman'anil in Imsnitiil at Immediately after Ihe ceremony, a House, E day shirts, 4 pyjamns, G The pressing committee have, preai eel 1.446 ai-tirles during Iho month. Tlio following pairs of socks have' been knitted and received: Mrs. Milieu 1, Miss Fnlrley S, Mra. Jameali Horn 33. Mrs.> Freeman 3. ford 1, Sorosis Boclety Crysla lie-inning of month. 53: admittances buffet luncheon was served lo those 0 bl-idi-rs. Mrs.. Knlfhl, 12 T Ijikc 1. Mrs. Hush Bcolt 3. Mrs. durlpi; month. 50: trnnsl-nts a'lrall- who had wilneased the ceremony. Inr.-lages.' Mrs. XorsKun. C 'T ban. 2, Mrs. llclscth 1, Miss Klilg 1, Mrslj: rninarlos with C loan were coniple'.cil. victory; dur-'.rtarge of the di.ilng room, and was Mrs. Emlirery. ij many-tails. 'Miss Me- GETS M. C. nonUi, during month.'assisted in serving by Misses Esi.ier Leny, ii inanvtalla, Mrs. 3G T C; ininiljer of ratienH in nt Vtialcr, Clarissa HCCB and Jessie Lund bandages. Mrs. Cull, G ninny-tnlls. orrl of nicinlh, transient? Ulscharg- of HoiiGyrorrt. iMrs. Ward, 12 T bandages. CoRlliurst, cd rtnrlnG total. 116. Mr. ami '.Mra. Johnslon will IcaveiG day pyjamas, 12 towels. Slarncs 1. Mrs. KcKeau 2, Mrs- erou 2. Mrs. McClure 2. Mrs. Jolm wool doimtcd ftir 2 pairs; Mrs. Wa ren Harrison 1, Mrs. J. Young 1, Mrs. ScotL 1, Mrs. mond 1. Jlrs.. 2, Mrs; DAT; Monlro.il. Marrh il. hcan ixnvest number -during mnnih. this- evening over the Northern socloty. of Cn'slal IiaWc. C 2, Commerce 3, Miss formerly or the Rcsina 'humbot 'durinB month. 50; fie for Wiimipeg, where they will May hhirls, S iiyjnmtw, 12 pillow slips, ,E. Nlmmons 2. Mrs. 'It. W. Long nd other western papers, writes Irorr monlli, -I3S. Ispenil a few (lars before to 12 binders, 2 nurses' aprons, 18 mnny-jmaking a. total of 10 pairs. An'yo he [roiil telling of Ills i promotion to j ,iays for prl-' tlieir home al LcllibrldEC.-. Mrs. John- tails. i' liavlne Bmall quantities ot -vrtilta orl.j' me decora valc 2S7: ward patients ston will travel In a Ur.lbred suit of. S day shirts, Sipyiamas, [other wool over-Jrom their socks1 patients (ireel.'jufdwiTerse willi hut and accessories IG pillow slips, C binders, G wringers, [kindly return. .This.Is used.for l pair surgical stockitigs C hot walerllng socks uf same quality. Ion of ILe miHLary cross. He .wen1 vilh the first division ami has been r every scran with the Cmadians. Ilf 122G. was never or ill, conscd'aenl opernlJcins under 12S; total nrmber of hospital days for'lo matcli. Miss TlGca is a graduate of the lo- bas covers. pen eal high school anil of- flR-j Coaldnle 3 day 'shirts, 3 S- he 'ins seen more aclive servicr 33: locnl or no an- liartuient of tlce unli-crsily. For (lie! pyjamas, Cameron. 6 pillow slips. G _ j JHss Dalrymple, _A nurses' aprons.' pyjamas, 6 Mrs. J, Davidson, 2 pyjamas. Mrs. S levels, TjKdmonds, 6 pyjamas, Sirs. KaErburn, many-tails. 2 pyjamas. Rlrp. Gillcsric, 12 towels. f dages, 10 many-tails. 'Central W.C.T.U., 1 4 iiiiiow1 5iip5, 3l1nES. 9 T bandages, THE FOOT TOGGERY IS ALWAYS Q? GO! FOR ALL AGES Von Gc( :unl Comfort at Iloncsl CO. JHERLOCK BLOCK.', ;