Hospital Ball: 0050.0871

A BENEFIT BALL. – One To Be Given Next Thursday Evening In Aid of the Hospital.

A number of ladies of Cranbrook have organized a committee with Mrs. M. McInnes as president, for the purpose of holding a grand ball next Tuesday evening at Wentworth hall, the proceeds to be devoted to the assistance of the new St. Eugene hospital in this city.  Everything that can possibly be done to make the evening a great success, will be done.  It is the desire of the ladies to have a large attendance and make the benefit fund one that will be of material assistance to this most deserving institution.  The tickets will be sold at $2.00 and every man in Cranbrook and surrounding territory should purchase at least one, for this very hospital may be the means of saving the life of one of them, in case of serious illness.  The money will be well spent, and in addition you can have a good time.  Buy a ticket, and buy it soon.  You may forget it if you wait.

0050.0871: Hospital Ball

Urging Cranbrook and surrounding territory to buy their tickets to upcoming grand ball, with proceeds going to the new hospital.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  November 22, 1900
Pages:  1
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

benefit ball hospital committee institution money ticket

Subjects:

People arrow McInnesarrow
Health arrow Hospital Auxiliaries arrow Cranbrookarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses arrow Wentwortharrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Cultural arrow Dancearrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Hospitals, Clinics arrow St. Eugene Hospitalarrow

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