now its membership is one thousand plus.
Headquarters are established at the library annex on High street, in front of which floats the familiar badge of the original society, a red cross on a white ground, chosen out of compliment to the Swiss Republic, where the first convention was held in 1863, their colors, a white cross on a red ground, being reversed.
Attendants are on duty every afternoon, and much work is given out and the finished articles received by the Sewing Committee, Mrs. Lyman Sise, chairman.
Some of the Red Cross groups already busily employed are:—
Woman's Christian League (W. M. Cong.
Ch.), Mrs. W. E. Farr, chairman.
Tufts College Auxiliary, Mrs. A. H. Gilmer, chairman.
Woman's Alliance (Unitarian), Mrs. Charles Sawyer, chairman.
Sesame Club, Miss Miriam Clark, chairman.
Catholic Woman's Club (W. M.), Miss Kate Duane, chairman.
Watchful Circle (King's Daughters, S. M.), Mrs. C. L. Carpenter, chairman.
Sarah E. Fuller Circle (King's Daught