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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. October THE LETHEEIDGE DAILY HERALD THE MOLSONS BANK Capital, Paid Up Reserve Fund Head Office: Montreal, 78 Branches in Canada. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed from date of deposit. IL S. and Foreign Exchange bought and sold at lowest rates. A General Banking Business Transacted. LETHBR1DQE BRANCH DIAMOND CITY BRANCH K. D. .JOHNSON, Manager D. C. MORRISON, Manager OF CANADA Frolits Assets Over Fends for Your Trip no matter what part of the world can be 'conveniently "secured, whenever and wherever you want them, if you carry a Travelling Letter of Credit from this-Bank. Absolutely safe, as no one else can realize on it, and an introduction to the best Banks and Bankers everywhere. Our Local Manager will be glad to tell you all about them. Office cor. Round I G. R. TINNINQ Bub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Graaay Lake- -rt. W. Baillie, Manager. h Tf AM ftI r AllUKALl By A. A. Ford COPYRIGHT 1910 BY PUBLISHERS PRESS. It. is j.ust a 'quarter of a-century since the International Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associa- tions of North America held its annual gathering in Canada, the Jast ing when, as will be the case with the forth-coming gathering, Tor-, onto was the meeting place It will be a very different Toronto which will greet the delegates this time from what it was in the days'of the first International gathering. The city has grown immensely in wealth and industrial importance in the in- tervening years and it is safe to say that the work of the moral THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN "COUNTRIES hove recently been completed under which the branches IMS Bonk are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points .In the following countries FiolMd Ireland Rossfc Italy- Servia Siaa> South Afitea Fr'ch CochaKCtaaa Java Mexico Norway Sweden Switzerland Turk O OELAT m PAR TICO LARS ON APPLICATIOJI Lethbridge Branch C L Notirse, SHAKE-UP IN NEW YORK POLICE" FORCE COMES .New York, Oct. long ex- ipected shake-up _ in the aSministration of the police flepartment occurred late today WTlen an announcement was made from the mayor's office that if olice Commissioner W. F. Baker and MB deputies, Frederick H. Bagher and Cfcaries KIrby, had resigned, James C. Cropsey, a Brooklyn lawyer, was named to succeed Mr. Baker. BOGUS SHOW GIRL ADVERTISER. IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Oct. old game of bogus theatrical agent who advertises I'or "show girls, experience unneces- and taKes five dollars apiece as a registration fee, was successfully rked here, and police nave a rant out for him. appears only to have gathered in fifty dollars when suspicions were aroused. the .same amount of zeal intc iiis Christian 'work asfhe does into management affairs. Others well) known have "put their shoulders to''.the wheel and will help 'toljinaker'th'e'conyentio'h a memor- able one'-in the annals 'of tha Dominion. Ever the last Toronto meet- Ing in 1S76, annual international con- ventions have aiet .in the leading ck- ies of the United States. The success of the organization-in that country has been mariied and 'the membership working .forces -includes many noted men and several "of them are scheduled! to take the approaching gather-, ing. tnat.but several prom- ient men from .abroad are expected. Mr. Harold Williams, of London, Eng. son of the: .'late Sir'George Williams the father, of the Men's tian, Association, is hoped, will. bo able to .coiafe and hopes are 'entertain- ed that'some of the foremost men in the work may be able to; cross the Atlantic and give a tielcing: Hand to their brethren in North America. The work in Canada is naturally on ra smaller in the United States owing to: the "great difference in population but its importance is grow- ling all the 'time" as the country fills 'up witi; the -'influx 'of settlers -whq come from abroad, to make homes for Wm.BlRKS; Montreal.- One of the Trustees of the Intern. National Y. M. C. A, welfare of the community has kept pace with its other development. In this connection the Young Men's Chris- tian Association has been an immense factor seconding- the work of tnt churches in looking after primarily the young men of the city and direct-' MAN "can serve masters; nor can any shop maintain two standards of quality. X Semi -ready Clothes are made and tailored in a shop where the same high same standard of quality rot is maintained. The same tailors who make the and suits make those at and There is no cheap cloth nor cheap work in a Semi-ready Garment. Every suit is tailored under the one only way that high-class craftsmanship can be only tailoring shop in Canada maintaining khat policy. out church-affiliations is Ms-feet directed in .-the .right way. Ev ery effect is made to pro vide, attrae tive amusements fpr 'young men sc that they may be guarded against the many harmful whiclTbeset the -pathway of the young more par- ticularly in the large centres." Their physical welfare is made a matter oi direct well equipped gyin- nasiums being provided for that pur- pose. Should a young man desire tc improve his temporal welfare by ad- ditional studies in. his leisure hours the association work provides for that with its system of night classes in.dif- Many- dope fiends contract the dreg .habit In th era Certain dangerous d riigs, were .to their baby days in the'form of "Soothing Syrups "colic cures" and "infants' friends." The harmful effect of "soothers" containing opium, morphine, chloroform, chloral, etc., cannot be too strongly stated. Do" not give baby a "soother" unless you positively must. give rt and-rest-con ten ted." Nyal's Soothjag Syrup con- tains opiates.. It induces natural, healthy immediate, relief to baby, calming the mother's tired not put on flabby flesh, making the little easy victims of childish diseases. think of recommending Nyal's Soothing Syrup if we were not certaia of beneficial effects. Anything, you buy r with the name will entire satisfaction. Sold and guaranteed by All Lethforldge Druggists 3859 iatiqn movement.. that. it, tnaf., amusenei is in themselves ever been'-taking, up. ptjwere injurious, but ,n mam- cases tue The 1 M C A. 'jwork which 'catea-7to be -lii .-the young'men'of the community.7 Starting in' a small'; the 'work; ar provided lor'the' part read- ing .rooms whereMts .look over newspapers, niagazin'es f commenced to pro vine tLese- am as meats but' surroimSed utiristian 1 o make a ;_, DR. H. WOODSURY, President Y. M; C. ferent branches of studies most likely j to be desired -iby yo.ung men- who hav .catered upon a business career.- In: ad-" .idition wall-this is -the religious-'side of-tire- purpose1 of which if to ;'win the1 young men f or: Christ ''and make them living embodiments of the faith; '-that in chcm. Another important topic' to receivr attention- is tins: "In view of the growth of church brotherhoods and kindred organizations; our civic and in- jdustrial the modern -jsociation -the development of-j is CLARENCE J. HICKS, New York. Associate Gen. Secretary. ing their footsteps in the direction of Christian ciitzenship. Many of the most prominent citi- zens of Toronto., nun famed the .coun- try over for their success in profes- sional, financial and commercial life have made the Y. M. C. A. one of their D. W. Ross, Montreal. themselves, either In the. land or IE the "industrial cerrres of the Domin- ion. The Work in Canada There are now eighty-two. associa-' tions in operation the Do- minion and of ibis number fifty-five' own their association buildingsi' These are valued .at There are 167 'officers, secretaries, etc., anr he genera! membership is now in ex cess'of .The International organization, wa: "orrned in Buffalo in 1S54 and this con vention will be the thirty-seventh. jubilee of the organization was observ ed sir years ago. The oldest Cana Association is the Montreal one. Chairm N -C. -WARNER New -Ynrlc i New York, GERALD BtRKS Montreal an International Y. M. C. 'A r r, Prominent Mowhai- I f Association objective and -what changes, if any, are -required in our religious work methods? This question will doubtless arouse great-interest, and create considerable discussion. The history'of the assb-' 17 character. At dif- ferent times -Intended 'to provide amassment for Uie meniber-: were introduced-. It was found that tnese brought in young- men-who .might have spent, their ev- enings; in more harmful pastimes, not -of Inter. Com. loii'g short, the -'Association went m tor athletics a ami now Has its clubs devoted to -various. ain'iJs of ports iricimany organizations' cave atiiietic 'fields -for the" use -of meniDers or have a'mmgerneBts (Continued on JOHN R. MOTT. Associate Genera! Secretary Interna- tiona! Committee, New York. cMefest interests as a means of pro- iQjng the weliaro of their fellow- ers and delegates. Prominent airon? I ana these leaders are sure to sethp handsome KCW association building which is in course of construction to take the place of the present quarters on minion Square. convention will open on Friday morning, October 28. and continue un- til the last day of the month. Problems of far reaching import ance arc to be discussed by the-lead ciation. Primarily it was organized t ;