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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUAHY 1918 THE I.ETTiBRIDGK DAILY- ,?RR AL6 ^, "Truth Above \l 'ifem'^ll Ihinaa. a�orB�," the ,hlm plead-i, Jngly. \ � �� ' .-\ : :,. "A'wbmj^n can't be everythrngto �, Man, Nellie,': he replied,-lookiag at ; her and then but'of the cab'wlndow, "A man must have other things in his lite, hia bualness, his club, his frienda *-all these things go to make life full. > and compliste, A~^man must develof i all phases'. of hla character, not hit V affeotiona alone. He must want to be An public-spirited citizen, to take hla I Place In tbe affairs, of life, to meet |ot|ier menapd women-on^ the proper |baalt, of ' cour��-and naturally ho can't devote all 9! hU time and lnoverYj>�!nnytblng but n)l ttfo 'to Vaohnbther, ill �M not ftt uU Uuo, of cpura*. EIGHTY GIRLS IN CLASS AT M. H. C. MASSAGE SCHOOL The Training al Hart House, Queeh's Park, Toronto, Wili Equip nrhem for Service in Any of Seventy Canadian Military  ^.h:;- Hospilals'- They Enlist for a Year. ^ CANADA has not a Battalion of Dentil, but up ai Hart Ilouae, Queen's I'nrif, Toronto, Is nn active group ot Tiatrlollc vounn worn- Swho might perhaps be onlled the atoon of Utti. Just at present they are In training for military servlbc, and Whbri the liorloa ot training Is tompletcd the lerma ot their enllst-anqnt rbuulra lliem to serve for a roar at any place to which thoy may/ le Boat. � - There are girls-from Halifax and 4t. John, girls from Alanltoba and Baslcatohewan, as well as girls trom nearer home. No recruiting campaign waa needed to obtain their servlocB. Indeed, tho marvel liaa hacn that thoy over learned that the Government wanted tholr services. JuBt ot present this body of women volunteers Is known na tho School of Massage. Tho Military Hospitals CommtBSlon coiKlucta it, and Lieut, li. J. ICcnda.ll Is the prlnclp^. Dur-.nir the tln^e of In a.m. to 4 p.m. Among " the flubjocls tnuafht np prnotlnnl maasage, anatomy, physiology, elecr trothcrnpy and remedial gymnnatlcs. Kach dny'n wbrk, however, begins with a halt hour Of strenuoua phyai-cnl training. Practical mnasnge Is hard work, ami tlin. .-itudent Who hopes to aclilcvn success must tatie a thorougli coiir.se of muscle building oxerciaCH for hl.s or her own benefit. In a busy honpltnl a mnsaouso may put In fivo or Klx liour.s o day ot practical mnssaKc, una r,hc must bo strong enough to give hvt Inst.patient of the (lay .iu.st as good treatment OH the flr�t. Dr. J. 1'. Mc.AIurrlch, Professor ot Anatomy in the Faculty of Medicine at Toronto University, lectures on hla suWtct to tho schwoi ot massage. Mr. W. K UlatJ!, M.A.i a .specialist In phy.slology, lectures upon ti\at aubjocl. Scrgt.-Mojor HolmcB, II Ki'nan,-itB ot tho Glasgow fe'chool of Maa.'iagc, and nt ono time chief Instructor to tho GlnsROW Iloyil Infirmary. la at the head ot tho practical masfiago clima, iind there ore four other demonstrators under him-The Instnu.'tor in cleclrolliDrapy I* Dr. t'ciipordean, one of the greatest luilhorlVles on X-ray. lln lost his left arm and nearly lost hl.s life |o rcacnich worV: tn that subject, and with Profesfior Jaclijon, ot Kngland, Invented a now typo of X-ray lube. Kemedlnl. gymna.stii'M are faiinht by Ml5� Bunyavd, n. grnduato of Madame Oatorborg'a Kchool at I.^ndon. England. � , Lieut. Keiulall, the principal. Is � KriiduaVe of the Unrley Institute ht London, and a.s nn Inslrucfor In (he Gnntuiiiin Army Oymnastlc. KtaCf, (lunllfled In the Aldorsiiot, aweUIsh and German systems of physical Ijfllnln;,', .�ivvinmilng .ind ginyniistlORv He enlisted at the beginning of the w.ir In Laril .Slrnthcon.a's "Horse, and served with tho Canndlnn cavalry In Krnhcc. After hoing wouniled he ivtia hronght to Canada ns a domon.str.ilor In hnyonct ffghtlng, and Wont thToueh tb� Cnnndlnn cBmpSwlth Lleut.-Co). Mayes glvlnfr Instruction In thlH suUlcct. Rubac-qucnll.v he was pluced In ch.irgp of Ihu iihysio.ii (raining of InvnlidB Un-I drr I'.io Military ITospllnl.s Commhs-tlon. . 1 Remedial Gymnastics '�' WHES- the need cahie for no Immediate supply � oc mas-aeuaes, none licing nvnilablo In Cannda, the Commls-slDn docldeO to pl.-ice Lieut. ICendall In charge ot Iho training school which It was necessary to eslahllsh. .Sufficient returned soldier pupils wore not .fcrthcomlng, oo. through the Itind ns-alstanco ot Dr. Mjirgarot Paltcrsooi a number of ladles were procured for the llrst courte.- Aniilomy nncl pliysiology are obviously suliject.s on which a ni'asaeur mu^t have knowleilRe A great IcnO-tncy to concentrate on tho use of eloctrli^lty is noticed In modfcrn hoa-pltal worjt, and oapecially alnce tho' war has this been conspiouous. lin-dJant hent npp)ini;ce.s arc used to treat many lUa and lonlzatien la another electrical romed.v.' Tho nia's-sc'usca nr'o being Instructed In tho applli'atlon of these methods .of treatment. .  . Uy Ionization It l.s po.ssiblo to pijt Into a llml) or Joint certain drugs which pass (n by the aid of nn electrical current. A wet pad soaUed..in tlio desired .solution is placed upon the part of the body to be -tt'eatcd'^ and a ncgnllvp or po.slllve electric current, according to tho necossltyV la applied. An ionic bath consists 08 placliiff one arm and one leg of a patient each In separnte balh.s. The' current la -applied and passes from tho arm�bath through. the'bodjr to tho leg bnth with beneficial reaiilta to certain types of pariilysia, Tho remedial gy'snnriatics. which are ;tal!on up as a part ot tho massage course, should not be confused with the physical trnlnlng given the sltidents for their own benefit. Medical or remedial gymnnsllca are used for application of practical massage as an cs.snntlal t>.srt of (ho treatment. Miss Bunyard, the head of the clOBS, tiiacbpR the correct method* /ft manipulating .lolnts and cxerclslfie the muscles which control the movements ot the .lolrits. Tho correct nnglB at the limit ot movement nnd; tho correct method of making the different mnvemenla of which the. .folnts are cnpahle arc details whjph the masaeusD mu.st know because, after the ma.saagp, n patient must get this work for the jnlnt and muscles under tre.itmont, ,ThIs* treatment la given wUb i\ view In, IncveoBlng the mobility of tho .tolnt 'and strengthening Ihr niusclea which perfofm Itn movement. / � The rctir.on such great emphasis l(s l^ld on massage nt the present time Itj that It can nRslat-ln the r.e.-movnl of very many nf Iho nnthn-loglcnl conditions:'M'lslng from the wiir, parliculnrly those nrlfiing from such wounds ns Mimrs, sjlff .'.Inlnls, weak mu.sclcH and fractured bones.' � Headquarters Sujl. the Teironio Branch of the Canadian Red Creia Society f/)( |,r/^'.xclnlnied a pioniin-nnt Toronto Zionist when \\v heard Great Britain's official .dcci.irntion in favor of Hucurlng legally for tho Jews of the world their ancestral home In tlie Holy Land. ilundreas ot Toronto Jews i'lirvro this BentlniL'ut. They nr.isi go "bneU,'' hot that they huvc evar been there, but because'-Ihty be-llevo that there lies their iiu.-:t:ny. Toronto's S.^i.OOO .lews are vitally interested. Already a local'in,,pver .'.00 voluntory-i ^ettlcra have com^ forward. V . JJo^t ardent Zionist,'! -ir.? not concerned Over America'!! deljichrnenl from the, geogrnphlcal jiosition of Palestine? Their activity continually accoleratlng since the ocglnnlng of tho war has been directed not so much. If at' all, with the main pur. pose pf recruiting plonogra and settlors to go to Palestine, but rotlier with a mod nnd single determination to iegally securing thi;Ir ancestral home. ~ In this; connection a -.videsprcad misconception on the lart ot the general public of the nim of ihc Zionist tnovemeut, ona which has always'been suspected hv tlm Jewg, Is revealed. Moat jieoplc' .ippenr to imagine :tfi�t tiie object nt the aion-ist'movernen't is to stimuiuto'/v. wholesale rotilVu'.ot the. Jewish people to Paiestlneif Tvu n�.-Indeed are the vast majority ot Sewn'ip aU parts of the globe. Tn'tact.'tllc!?lbnlst movement has been by faritho'most engaging lor loctil Swfs (or tt)e past decade or two. Yet notlilng Wblch'nnljht be called .a .atonn otVinlbuslusin over Great BHti^in'a^ fnr'nieonlng doclnrn-, Hon hnii broliw' WtV r "Tho reswrvec-lion of a. ))ntllpli In ' view of tUo or jsent,' nillltavy .^nd polillcnl .sltuntibn.in^ny^well ijin'osBumed, baa .-v.: * When the Shilera Say 'PI-lE swear box nt the l/od Cross Hospital tor officers, Chichcptev-teTrace, Brighton. Men addicted to the uso ot epithets are advised to buy s yearly ticket, as U invariably comes out cheaper. not movil American .lews.tp teara of .lo.'i-. .vo qunlmH of exultation have yet brighieucrt Ino Jewish homos to any iioilceuble .�.xlont. vwinKi**, In iheb; ey^a no Jiglif of national liberty shhies,' Do tho masMea ,H'a-. ll2B In 'vli.'lt .wonderful times th'ey arc Jiving, one ;l.slts. Can they ) It v^lll ,bo used ns tho ba9|,''.n to extend Vnunlclpal trnO Ing.ln order to reduce the cost of llv-lug. , .' � ' ^ � >� you can't train up a chllrt In.tho way ho shoiilil ro by = tUvowliijit CQjd/wikllHl'. ii|4lil>>>.ui||^iiiii' tlo!il liberty la nt hainl; perhnna It )aol;;i too Rood to bcUove; perhaps lie ia waiting before ho rejoices, to see blacL 0:1 irtillp. tho contract of the natlona, v/hc;i Jewish i-ighls l\\ Palos-lino �ivljr have been "signed, sealed and dellvercti" at the nations' council ta^la of tho coming peaco conference. In aplto of all this the .lews will answer ;ho great national call with couragQ nnd strength when the time .com^'S to build up the Jewish nation onco again. Masses of euthuslastto' JeVa will not bo lacking. All Jewish feelinga, bopes and tboughts will be merged together m ono central spot r-Pnlcsiine. The beauty of old tradition, drniivcd through their blood from generation,^ will draw them like 0, great magnet. The nnclent spirit of the Macoa-j bees n.nd ot those who lacrlflced themselves on tho fins ot tho In-aulsitlon will awnkon lie Jewish nation to mighty deeds, will uplift it with its entire Mcality, Its determination nnd rcsoluMcn nnd grasp with n mighty hand the opportunity to establish itsoK in the nuilu of| living noiions. >i"And cvcii those hearts whlcl^were eojd to Jewish idoala will feel the (jl'.e ot Jewish patriotism kindle un a9r-;the. asbos of Indifference. and Helit the spark of national love; and (hoy will migrate to Palestine ia .tUdueands through whom wUI come to life thp pride of thO'Jewish'race Vtbelr ancient and holy home. jyroOLEP SIR FRANCIS> �J^ aooD story is being, told' con-.-:,.;:.cernlnK Sir Francis Hopwobd,' tlie -Secretary of tjie Irlah Cfonven-tioh,, who has recently been made � . it'appeors that he was Once eross-exam^ning a witness in an agrarian case in Ireland, ami th(5"'mnn, describing how il tenant was evicted from'his holdings by the bailiffs, re� marked that the beam used to break a^wn the door of the cabin wae �l(a ^^i^ I ;