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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TCI? :ifR LETHBWbGE HEUAUl "I'OKSOAY, SKIM'KMHKU lij, IVllf VUceliaiifom CiriM Over to 523 Members. yearly reports and .financial ol ihe local Y31.C.A. ubicli tetn wllbteM unl'-l Ine Auditor I VaJ finished his report are bolnp wade public aurj carry Ihe vwk lo; tteentl oE April ot Ihla year. -V The auditor's report is a? fo.- tows: Hevenue ard Expend.Uires hr Year Ending April 30th, 1919 1 Memberships...............5 2.1W.30 Special sutedrlyiloiis (pftr- coinage o! Hcd Triangle :Fund. 6.01J.JJ Total ..................fK.MS.13 2 Debenture Salarle? and wages. 5.030.6D tor year rtrrled down............... 4.28! DID YOU EVER THINK thai siin trouble, [rbm -voii are surTeriDj. not hftal? It Is It "s so deeply rootsi ordinary are locap- i able of ptnetratlng lo tflo ol diEtaw.. Zaa-lJut, ooi Ihe contrary. Is w isfintd lhal H Is capable ol reach- vins Ine nndcrlyios tlssuea. and tlat is so raany -3f3 ol sVIa Irou- i ble ivhicb hive celied all other Ireatmtuts, 'liavs lo'Zia- Ifck. L Don't delay' tiel a "C -.M TTTJVC It lor vourMll- Not Sonlv Is It isst lor ccienm and all silp. troublcr, tat for '-worn ulcers, old sores, t: Enr'-b; piles, burns, cuts and Tsll sMo All drugjis> or "i-Zani-Eilk Co., Toronto. 50c. boi, 3 Send If. stsrap for on boi. Surplus brought down 4.2SI April 30th, 1918, and Old Accounts Paid May HI, I91S, Defi- cit 530.61 Old accounts paid___-.390.61 Caih and Bank Balance! at April 30th, 1J.9 Casb on hand S 41.95 Current a c count Lessouisiand- icc cheques 1.1 11.27 Sarings account.-----3.312.50 .Special account..... 2.73 plo and Interest S aJarios _ Caretiters......... 1.1M.-10 Muting and station- ery 100.23 House supplies..... Repilrs Ml.iV Fuel.............. 948.01 Water......... .501.IS Telephones M.M 10NTO VETERANS IMH LEAGUE FORPWIM Kire Mi.OU Room license....... PD.W (from 191S to 191S) S--.-9 Reading room Gym eiprnses Bowling capeiiaes Moving expenses "ipcnsea 10 couler- ence............ Bank interest Mtsccllaocous 1S.W ISTi 150.00 1.20 56.79 Mcmberthip Memberships al end of April, 1919: Seniors ...................26'2 Intermediates 43 Free Juniors 23S Revenue Membership suL.Ecriptlons. .1 Special Red Triangle per- centage Miscellaneous___ 41.05 Do mail ones rooufa Lockere Ladies' and classes and 12.PO. Daihs and shcm'ero 635.53 Poctet billiards Bowling.......... SF.4P To'vels Red Triangle re- payment of ex- penses _ Bank 13-33 Sundries.......'-- 26.95 Expenditures j Debenture pajTDcnLsJprinci-r Returned bact the return boyV linve'ljeeu eenl out lo some hree liuudrod and'a largo-majority lare taken 'adVuulugo ol tho free membership for's.i monllis which has oec-u ottered by Oils association. Two rooms bare been retained for ihe usc: of, returning men witL live betfc in which they get free accommo- datioQ for'-the first night aud. nrc cliarged" 50 corns a night atUrn-ards until -located permanently; They have ?f course, tree .use ot tho ivrUlus noadlDg and recreatiun rooniF, swim KiinK pool.-Eytnnasinm aud otliC" Religious r Siimiay. meetings Lave been regular ly held since the first week In January been much appre'clalct as'tbe. atJecdaaces shoired. class lilJO run fo some -Veekn' :uiif was erentuall. dropped" owlug" to conflictlns "with Iho ewnselistic- The "Bible class lielJ for the Chines wsa'a "great success and tne'atLent anco averaged about 15. '.-'j Physical The clBEEES held each arc a -Three-for business men. -Two- for-intermcdiates. -Twb.-fqr. janiors- _- juniors. One'for.Cb.namen. In spite of the Ugstrike of tHfe East ive ajrel receiving garments alrhost daily The Last to Arrive are Pretty Dresses for Evening and Street Wear. Also Some Handsome Cloth Coats, Silk Underwear and Corsets BALL DRESSES AV uch to STREET DRESSES At, etch U UG DOLMAN COATS At to TORONTO, 5- upon t In to the ROW grant, Gratuity Liague i maw Sunday neon and what It to trgaitlaa. tier, to kiwwn ai UnHad Vttarana' Mu la trial thla ahall up all the vaUrmn oganlzallvfia anJ ahall be aolKlcil, "to ta gain for the rvtljmad man that powtr and right to which he an- ai anrwtinced by J. H. Flynn. One for girli. The intermediates hid a irr ng clPEB, and the Juniors aud 5 pec [a unldrs taken swimming. ..The adlee and girls also hid one class "a eek In sirlmmtng under their oxn in tniclresa. There were two flourishing toastel- all leagues for city teimp, anil one for outhern" Alberta during tlie latter tree months ot tbe season. Number of sessions: For men, SO; or boys, 120: TTotal, 200. Total attendances: Men, 730; boys, DQO. SO. Total ladfM and girla attendances, .100. The school board full adran- .pa of the to teach group ames to Ihe school children, and W anies trere'taught to 39 picked toys, nd to 30 picked Elrla. These, boys ud girl3 were specially chosen by tie principals of the .schools au.0 they iDliced a decided improreineut in tha Oayins spirit of iheJr rc-specllre C'hools. The "Y'ss further olfer lo the school loard to leach, the boys to Efdm was loslponed sine die on account of the flu epidemic. Boyc'.Work Some 10" bean-'feeds, wltli a total attendance of from 500 to '600 boys, wefe held dunnc'.the lost months af which TVG Kid of a serious nature from prominent citizens. The iirinjtements for the suppers apd itc Rotarians We Will Have Them On WEDNESDAY MORNING 6133rd Lethbridge and their whom t a'cbn'filderibly indebted, as also to he WaddinslOB orchestra vhich en- latter "leeds." "A series ot "Ulka" of a pncticil People's Forum YOURS FOR THE TRUTH nature was the- older [or the benefit ot the subject bill were not is well patronized as tliev might bate ;dty [Library pTho Boys'; pi tlie piajror ottered to'tite ever the library proposition, after Sopl. 13, 1919. Editor Herald. notice in your issue ot Fri ay. Sept. 19ti, an article evidently eferrlnr to me, and I also thlat thai someone is evidently aakiDE a nmz effort DC obliterating me from this old placet, on vblcb. I have speut a good numbed of rears of the hardest toil'that a member '.of the buman family'could posslbl? put fortb, and If I had toiled In mr OWD personal in terest instead of for 1 might have been more prominent than not- orious in the eyes o[ the general 'pub- and at tbe fame time that tome ot my 'good Mends me mating tbis special effort lo Hadea the Letbbrldte Herald seems to bo tickled lo death whenever anybody i trying; to have a-knock: it me. To me it tbat thn editor must have O- B. .TJ- three ineals per' dar, because no .matter how Bmall-the'information now denied I hare def- nllely come to the conclusion that my activities hKve come to a close. But before verj1 many hours have lassed 1 shall hare a line on my :rlend or friends. Yours for the truth, CHAS. PEACOCK. canvass of'th'e-whole city gathered in nearly 3.00C thus fonnbiE nucleus qf a tery fine city library. r-'Bors1 EarrTarid Give Campatfn Lelhbrldge boya came Eecorjd in-the ivhole of Canada in1 this In' point bfvaQmber of shares laken .compsrinEJiespecllve popnU- lions; _ '.T.ft-ti classes a.week wete held for the "Chinese in English 'and mathe- matics ivith an'average attendance ot ;17, and the pupils eipressed the grezteEt saliificlkm-at xhat the for them.' Empleymcnf Eyery-help is given' to men and >oys looking1 for employment and may be lie he mua C.N1LINESIO CHICAGO POSTAL CLERK HELPED STEAL IS NOW UNDER ARREST I The Prettiest Camisoles Silk Underwear in Crepcrde-Chene and Washable Satins- each up to Nooaen up to U Satin Undtnferti U Crepe urfStttii Gtwmi (6.00 up to ood positions have been'found foe luile -i. number of both, including MV- ral for returned soldiers.- The directors with tbe city lo accommodate tbe city Ibrary in one portion of.'Ihe rotunda, deeming it a pablic necessity and con- J It one method that could be ujed lowarde the general uplifting ind educational advantages of Ihe Association, and Orfankatiens Utlnf the Building St. John's al- lerdance, 15; total, 240. Women's Civic meet- ings; average attendance, 50; totaT, 150. Local Council of meet- ing; average attendance, 15; total, 150. Jfatheais meetings; aver- age attendance, 136. I.O.U.E Major Jack have Home O. B. U. on his plate, think, Mr. Editor, that if you "would not be .too impatient in dealing with something which you know nothing Ire might read some of. your own articles with a little'more inier- iL Now, Mr. Kditor, for your informa- tion, I hereby repudiate Ihe article that you have so innocently published, because 1 have never been to a union meeting since I relinqulBhed the pcial- tton as secretary for Local Union Xo. 574 and the 0. B. U. of which you think thai I was some apostle, neither did. I demand or any other amount. I just innocently forwarded an account for services rendered which wai for the amount ol 465.00 without demand abBDtatelr, and any person wbp sayg that I demanded any thlcx is a stranger to the truth, ana 1, Chas. make a special ef- fort to punish Uie culprit. Mr. Editor, there ii another item ir. tills article which say> ttat President YorKo's "ire" rooted and fie must CHICAGO, Sept. Three of them John 'clerk in the Chicago poat office, who ii laid to planned a rob- bery, were arrested early today charged with Healing of a ahlpment of I ait Thura- day from the federal reaerve bank here to ttie Stockyard Oil campany of Indiana, at Whiting, Ind. Of the atc-len fundi, recovered. The remainder, accerding to an alleged confeaalpn of two of the men, wac abandonr ed at the outakirts of Cnlcage wrwn the auto in which they were returning from.. Whiting down. Pour meetings; IS; tolal, 72. attcodaace, La-Canrile Corsets For Particular People The mail perfect front lacing corset with the Vcniilo back, the' leading front heed corset of America, flesh or white. J7.M, I.O.D.E., Alexander Gall Chapter- Ten meetings; average attendance, 10; total, 1M. age nltccdrmcc. 42; tolal, 110. Children's Aid meet-1 Ings; average attendance, 9; total, 63. Xtirsinff average attendance, 12; lilal, 132. Meetings other than the meetings; average attendance, 20; olal, 800. Ladles' and girls' nasCo; average attendance, 35; tolal, Grand (olal using building, Financial Campaigna Percentage of Jted Triangle Membership campaign Tolal Twor campaigns were held during the year, the first being Jointly wllh Ihe Red Triangle, tho local lien gelling an arranged percentage and the necond was-a merabershlp campaign for tho Lcthbridge Y.MC..A. TORONTO SCHOLARS ATMIKI .EFCAUSE PUmCIPAL BEMOVEO be some stranger lo Ihe truth when be say. that during Inn strike I was absent two weeks and that 1 left duliea to go to work elsewhere. you Irntt-" It Is evident train here la unknomi nuantlty, because 1 never failed to carry ont Ihe duty of m> previous official capacity, and no per son.can slam anything like Ihls face with any good intent. Now, My. Editor, I am Etill leaving my little account to the discretion o Ihe boya whom 1 have represented faithfully, and If I had lepreaented m own personal.interests as fallhfull> T would not be digging coal today and before closing I wish to state Ilia while 1 have been a memberof Trade Unions for thirty-two ycarE, am llrs. JBS: Bern-, Hamilton, reports hat her H-jear-old" daughter, ivho eft for school Tuesday morning lias ot-relumed. New Winter Time-Table Ef. 1'ective Oel. 5th" Plans Sev-