The Intelligencer March 16, 1916 (page 2)

“Received cablegram. Mrs. David Waters of Hillcrest avenue, received this morning a cablegram from her daughter, Miss Grace Waters, that the Scandinavian had arrived safely in England, and all the Belleville young ladies aboard as nurses were in good health.”

The Intelligencer March 16, 1916 (page 2)

“The meeting of the Red Cross and Women’s Patriotic¬† Association …¬† was held on the 11th inst. in the Liberal Club rooms and was well attended. The President, Mrs. Lazier, presided. …

The Secretary read a letter that had been written to Mrs. Lazier by Nursing Sister Jessie A. Maurice, Moore Barracks Hospital, Shorncliffe, who had spent Christmas in an isolation hospital attending several of the Canadian soldiers who were either suffering (or were suspects) from cerebro-spinal meningitis, saying how grateful she was to have the Christmas packages sent by our association to distribute to them and how appreciative they were, and that we would have been amply repaid for all our work if we had heard their expressions of gratitude. …

Mrs. O’Flynn reported that 7,000 pairs of socks had been sent by the Association since the work first started. …

A committee was formed to interview the pastors of the different churches, and with their consent Sunday, March 25th, would be Red Cross Sunday in all the churches.”