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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUDAY..FKmU'AlW 13. .UKM TUB IgfHERmGE DAILY HERALD PAGE Calgary Musician Quite Lives Up to Advance Ptaue The. organ recital by of Calgary, in Wesley Dr. Hodgson church lust inra IN partner In xolnit and Ki'owlnt which la JJip turo- Md out milk, butler mi to the or Tin vulue of Mtjr ided (M trau iia to o Aikcrta'i output of 'erumrr butler In 1110 wtl 1AMMM at IKIO. The jrei. (3) At Umtt eerioiu IB the dtlrjvu'i way, yet during put tow dulrrlni made tn import- ant tapuUKBt of rmiwtri' TO PROVIDE WORK evening was greatly enjoyed by a rep- resentative Lcthbridge audience. Dr. 'lodcson is a brilliant light of the I'.njclish school of organists, .being a Fellow of tbe Royal College ot Or- ganistii, and was honored during his carenr by being chosen as accom- panist for the Seffleld Choir ou its world's lour. The program prepared was such. !hat L'duld only be presented by a virtuoso showed masterly technic and control of instrument. Tho most popular' numbers undoubtedly were Roisjni's .Overture to William Tell, and the on Scottish Airs; while the fnost poetically beau- iiful was Dr. Hodgson's own arraiijie- ment of the Romance from (be Sym- phony "La Heine de by Haydon, Being followed by tlio de- lightful MimiBt and Trio from the Symphony .in A word aud only a word relative to Dr. Hodgson's work, as criticism is! beyond us; his legato ar.d staccato playing, his absolute regard to detail, his conception of tone coloring and his mnsicianly interpretation left nothing to be desired. The assisting artisls were Mrs. Kniost Layton and Mr. Krederlck Bluckburn of Medicine Hat. Mrs. Layton giving an exceedingly artistic a difficult song "Die! which won for her a earned recall, the song "The Call of the Sun." by Ligurd Lie a Norwegian was then Mr. Hlackbnni. the possessor; of a true lyric tonor voice of delight-r fill quality, impressed one strongly by i virtue of his artistic understanding in bis songs, and encores which] Fell were of the romantic, order, bis first j number being Marshall's "I Heart You Calling Me." and ''Within the I harden of. My. (Alicia the other cboseu being! Blumenlhars popular "Evening (4) AaBMl Con- vention kwn ot the uitln and important htlpi ii toe incut ot the dairy of tW prov. it Ike nfellnr place tho producer, the manufacturer, produce merchant, and tie coisumtr of dairy products can dlacou in neighborly faahlon pniiiag prob-l lems which crop up from time to time. (5) The program of year's coBTcntion will have something of In- tenat and importance to every branch of ibe business from the initial pro- ducer of dairy products on the farm to the ultimate market the consumer. Following is a brief, synopsis of the subjects that ahonld or special in- terest to' the rrodiicer, and tevsry facility will be given to anyone at- tending the convention both to give and to receive information: "The Live Stock Encouragement I I "Dairying in and Some of Its Lossons." "The Voice of the Market." "Oow Testing and Mflry Records." "The Bird in the Hand." "Bovine Tuberculosis." "Some Producers' Problems." HepreBentatives of the De- Yu lltlang. where am a whole regiment transformed; cuntaa, drinking, prostitution, gambling, all done away with and over 1000 diers won to Christ in only 14 months. "II Is practically ill due In stand of the General. His men (oil Therefore any hope for a speedy ad- vance In tb gainert Ihulr health completely. Most troubles arise from poison accumulat- _. ed in the Colon, which is absorbed meningitis. There have been a character as a little later in the disease. The first signs are likely to siderable time. A prize is biiug given to (.he highest scorer each week. Bob Harvey rolled 202 early this week. In thc league the High School aud T.M. C. A. won their games. I The Boys' Work is stll! moving for- i ward with leap.1; and bounds. I Carmangay has started up a. Tunis Square and several other nearby towns are talking of it. I A Tuxls basketball league has just been organized with six teams. The next series of We swimming classes start in for juniors next week. See Air. Petley, the Boys' secretary. There was a good turnout to hear Dr. Stewart give the "talk" at the Thursday Noon Luncheon for the older hoys. The .new meeting, place pvovided for the use of the public at large in the Rotunda, has beun used freely and more requests come in daily as it Is found this space is available. The National Council of tbe Y. M. C. A., which lias been doing a won- derful work in the promoting ot new associations and other new fields of work, etc., has bad to considerably t duce Its staff to meet the conditions of the present financial situation. Only one secretary will be retained In each of the four districts and three men in the head office at Toronto. "China is awakening, moving, grop- ing, drifting." writes Joseph E. Platt, be high fever with severe headache i y. M. c. A. secretary at Kirin, Man- and vomiting. Later on the symptoms churn which arise from the infection of life brain centres will appear. The ypu-ul may wel, asli Jn t symptoms at this stage are delirium, (lriftins mass of Humanity, mostly PnflnesH ot the neck find convulsions, illiterate, .the 'educated chiefly The patient may then become I teachers and officials, bold the reinn. of tho: actual infection bavin, damaged in such a way as to leave them blind or deaf. In some cases a child" may be left an idiot and might better have died white the infection was at its hc.'glu. Meningitis is diagnosed in many cases by puncturing the lower part of the spine and letting out sonic of tne spinal fluid in order to examine it for proofs of the presence of the disease. Tiie process is almost pain- less and. has been found to have re- lieved or even cured the little pa- tients in sonic instances. A still more fatal infection is tuber- culous meningitis, which Is a disease if very young children as u rule. It .isuallv- causes death in from two to bree weeks and it acts very much in the same way as the other forms of Into the system. Internal Bathing keeps the system cures Consti- pation and the hundreds of Ills which ,re directly traceable to it. These letters from among thousands in our possession should convince you that internal Batlilng brings positive results. Mr. James McLauglilin, Bvanston street, writes: cases even of this more malignant form of the disease cured by tlio puncture of the lower spine. movements depends to a large extent on the attitude taken by these groups. They are creating the new public opinion. This fact IB well illustrated in the groat religious movement In the army of the 'Christian REPORTING ON GERMAN FAILURES I "I bought a the cure of a bod An amendment to tbe Nevada div-[ orce law provides that applicants I must have resided in the state for I six months. L. Cascade.' for of Appendicitis. THRONE SPEECH MAY GIVE INFORMATION ON VNEMPLOYMENT INSUR. My doctors told inn I must havo operation at once. I had spent more than fifty dollars in doctor bills, but Lhe Cascade completely removed in :i few days every trace of soreness and pain, t eat and sloin> well now. have regained my formnr weight, and am r now in perfect health." A Mother from 11. II. 1, Leam- ington. Out., writes: 'About two woeks ago our eldest son look, sick wilh Cramps In the Roweln so bad ho could not move. Our doctor gave him hypo- dermic Injections and ordered him to the Hospital to bo operated on at once. Before doing so, however. 1 in- duced him to use the M. TJ. L. Hlld in than it he was tip and around, and lioon well ever slnc.o. it. also cnn