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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 7. J920 TilU'LHTHUHlDGfi' DAILY iiliEULD PAGE FIFTEEN Number ot special liaby calla PERSONAL ff Mrs. (Rov.) Craig returned io the today- after spending several her mother In Pcterboro, city t weeks Ont. Miss left last Saturday (or Brtndon, baring been called CTritig to family illness. there Mr. Ed. Kennedy left on Mtmdaf for Tnrro. V Miss Anna Thomson has returned to cllr alter spending a week with hoi-, sister In "Calgary.' Mr. Smith, superintendent, Domia Ion Express Company'.Calgary, was a visitor Ic the i-lly yesterday..! i Mra. J. Steakley and litUe son, Itud, left Thursday morning for an eilended. visit in tho state of 1111' Thomas Longnorlh; first vice-regent, drs. Glilesple; second vice-regent, Mrs. Craig; secretary, Mrs. Tonks; reasurer, Mrs. Sbipman; educational Secretary, Miss Maeftay; Echoes sec- elAry, lire. MeredljS; standard bear- er, Mrs. Kelly; councillors, Mrs. Charles.JIcKlriop. JIJss JU'wde'n, Sirs. Stamford, Mrs. Downer. A large majority of those present at Ihls meeting signed as charter mem- bers. In order to give othera an op- >6rtUDlly ot becoming charter mem- the meeting wijs adjourned until Tuesday tn.the B. W.'.V. A. hall membership ofjthls tlon'irlll. be iJcnnnVd tjii relatives or members of the''G. W. V. A. Mrs'. Charles jMcKIIlop occupied {he bAIr. at tho .compencomonl of the meeting end as coon as organization lUSInecs was reached the meeting was turned tho Municipal Chapter jridef which! nllmew. chapters -trill ba 'ormed. .Those, present at the Meet- ing facilitated business uy their en- thusiasm. Miss Cook, atsLstant superintendent bt.'Gall Hospital, is 111. '.I Mrs. J. H. Lee and Mrs. Armtagc, ivtio have been spending a fow days fn': Calgary, returned borne last eve- ning. o Mr. K. M. Jellctl, of Monarch, la a .Visitor In Iho city. t Jf ha fpllonflng Barnwell residents Tfire In Attendance al the lecture given Iji. D. S. church Insl evening Mr. Alfred Anderson, Mrs NI Peterson, Mrs. W. S. Johnson, Mrs talles Fairbanks and Mrs. N. J. An dereon. i 'T, Thompson, Inspector ot the Do __tilon Express Company, Is n vlsltoi In'tfco city.. Jfrrs. B: Rygg, of liurnetl, is tho gucs bf'Mrs. Fred Shepherd. ft D- MacKinlosh and G. H. Nowcll Alriilonai miLBlor mechanic ot the C P.-jt, are in Calgary today. Mrs. John W. Doorlv, -vrlfa of (he president the Mother church, First Church of -Christ Scientists, Boston, Mass., spent a few hours in- the city jestaMay, tins guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Manson, 7th St.: Mr. Hoorly. who is also n member of the lecturers, filling engagements in Calgary and Edmonton, re'acbeif the city this morn- ing and with Mrs. .Doorly left for Great Palls. IJr. S. T. Hunt, of Bow Island, TFHS a visitor In tho city yesterday. Miss Rath Inman, who has been teaching for the past year In tho Hal- tersca school, has been called home, owing to. the Illness of her mother. W.. Klshcr, a, P, It chief dis- patcher'at Sourls; 'Man., formerly chief dispatcher, Lethbrldgc, 1015-16, lB--ln tho city today accompanied .by Mrs. Fisher and family, en route (a the coasL SO Total CillB ............i.1.....5S5 -.'timber of patients paying full feo 5 S'umber'of patients paying part fee-'. Number. lor.-tr.es l.t Fotir: calls fcr-nnr'seii were supplied fronrtheircjistrjr. i During-tills miiirili special calls we're, mado of SO'.of. year's 43 of are 31 ire on different foods a [n sooil1. condlllo: three of IhoW dernourlshed.; I Fa addition :to tie 83 !eft the city, four have died, there are still JTrto be visited. We are Inviting Ihe mothers, of. all babios, whether sick 1.. come.to onr clinic on Wednesday sfteruouas. -.Groceries have been given to 14 families, meal Io !0 families, milk to sU families, medicine for two bed linen and nightgowns for 6D9 patient. Water-ratca wero paid for nine families, light for one family, rent for one family, room rent for two old men. two meals aud a night's lodg- ing wero paid for a woman and child. This woman came to work for a man In the country who fatlcd-to meet her and she bid to etav over. Shfe'hod no.' money, ;S clothing were: seal, to 10 families In (be country; urgent ajpeals wero received from thcao people, and elTlor the IlKto apple party and lei- ting Adam overeat. noted- Razlish actor, Kill make toaf iteil tail- 'I by -A Anglja lov.ap; drama. rid ArsilSjadipteil nod prelect Hioopias and strotchtng and Eeltins down on one's knees. Oiled mops are alto help in (nvios n perish to painted floors, (hoy have bsea' Toll washed. fh'e coiling ImmedlateJy above on TirondDSoent :mantl9 often tococaca atlll mnro f which It Is Im- cou tor Thoso in possession of Royal Crown Iupons. are reminded that collections the benefit of Ihe Travellers' Aid holns made this week, Thoso hav- nlg same are requested to either scnu them to-the schBOli.wlth children or call tho official collector, Mrs. Needs 1244 5th Avc. A, South. possible (or us to supply. New stockings were bought for four school children; worn clothing anil boots wer6 given to nine families; eight loads of coal wero sent out to the city. Sixty-three calls for women for day's work supplied; three calls for men for day's work supplied; two calls tor maids for'day's'work supplied; two calls (or women to Work In the coun- try supplied. (Signed) A. M. TILLEY. Superintendent. On Premier TJoyd Oeoreo, IAA7 Astor will attend the latornsl-roial- Woman Suffrage Al- liaaco CODSTOSB al Geneva 1n Ji'no as tto'ofnc.ial represcntudve tho Bri- tish Governments it is possible to go at that time. TIPS TO HOUSEWIVES .Jt A Q ff ff .J .J. ,J. By pladn? aVsmall pin on wfrlclj threadxtl needles, on 'ono.. oSnwr ot: tho Ironing 'board srmrUI rjps miy bo'aWcklj mended of the time o( ironing, This saves tho work of fiamining the clothes when they am put away, as only, those needing much mending are sent to the work blackened. If whitewashed, the place i Odors from deep Irying of any klnjl can be cleaned by being rubbed with Iare scarcely noticeable if i n mixlnro of starch and water of the eoniisteucy ol cream. A toft flannel should be used. When quite rlrr. a, newspaper underneath and gently rub off the staroh. Tho black stain will have disappeared. fat Js used. Onicei. psri and gralcj maXaJ a delicious flavoring for many dlshee, A little dried orange peel grated Into vaojila extract will givo n rich