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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUBTEEK THE LETHBHIDGk-; UAH A1 HKKALU TUESDAV, DKCBM8KII 2-1, 191S OF PRESENI ONES 10 laws ot Ihe Do t'jCuMa strictly en- municipality" Hugh DebMii laH much at Wesley ball '.The Social Krll." Tie preiilded over" by S. J. Mirrko, declared the speak- nas IB the echenie of re- now fcetora Ihe people It had to do with happiness and Ihe develop- the tame. He deilfed lo 'V ol tho socIaVcvll iKi point of beano, For fid; since confederation, the Iplgllc, '.at- a national board In tho forced u nation, as L''ratton.'-to deal with problems o It is high time thai a nation reepcnlie -Its nationhood in mstltrKJon of a IXmiloiou Board hit Heallb.ri'The enliBlmenl; ;16- this. .Thi lynmber and thwio who-'after' en -developed iDlirm Tided thste Into gouoiThoea ind yphllls. The cards Were Inoie f the U. S. A. (oTerumeht lu mill rj'acd civil (jrbrle, ind llllixy mWlraU 1 in Canada. Oonorrhoet- '.iho moiz prevalent >f Ihe dlMaies. -To It vis due a srge proportion of .blindness or sur- opori 'IpVABir- n'omcn and sicr- eerlput lhal a uassed vldtrir for compulsory1 reglslrillou thoie dlMaseil. I by number and not by name. Dul If the treatment prescribed was not fol- lowed for" a luonth the names were yub'tyibof. i; Vnlleii SISU'E Inlo the "war ihe awdl- cal tnttmlly became ictlre. ffnlallvfd irom "ihj'; different jtaleil were Invlled to Washington. Schemes tor toe treatment and prevention of vtnereil dliMM, leitlni u tlie roott ot the dlMBii. aw) the queitton of carefully examined. 2 NO PMON.IS Illy, VasH'prea'J by it TM i case Iht, dler tbn the civi- lian 'iS'M tha BOldlsr, out rf sli of the U. 6. soldiers with -vsnirea! iiteiso tilt the before en- listed. )t sljnlltcant Usat In Ihe first veir-ol wpr, after Ihe lion's 'maSc. no place coualdered BO sate SB lhal at belns In khaki. public lid clandestine. The vovlous j mm -KOTe to s ot aypbllla claboriteJ, Ihe speaker varnlnE Bgalnsl quack reme- dies, and Blnlliij (bat Ihe bacteria In lie ani tho outward maul- feslitlonV, ft" temporarily removed, boutd lo reappear. In Ihe sec- ondary slaco of tho disease It broXo ont In the niouib, anil as eon- slderaule. danger of infectioi. iu lngr In Lbe. ueo of driuklng or or napkins Infected by llioEti vtlio had ilia disease. 7hc paralysis o! men oror forly-flvc years or ago was due A qiihrtcr ol the paresis in asylunie was due 10 the fame. In of fallen girls un- der lila noilcc BO per cenl. of Ihose odrnflted, all under IS years of age, were suffcrlug from syphilis or gonor Ihose rejcclfld. or over nion. for? physical unfltness, .'and of cured in ;V Tho eiorinlty of.neglect In In- soldier 46 lo facli alao :he rcsull Ihlt toe first thirty per cent.'riiosa. The latler was Cive limei ._-...-.-i i mora provjieui than the forwcr. Work in Various Countries Mr, Dobson reviewed the wor'K in various counlrics to combat tbcsci diseases. Wilh the discovery Oi' tiic gorm mid the trealmcnt there has been a -'rapid-change In public opinion as to seriousness iu their s-proad a.nd prevalence.' tho crisis of the war came the proper valuation, of what the loss of human Hie In jujt before .t! the data lo hnnJ. The .was machinerj' for ropagana'a campaign to.rouEe .Venereil Diitstei said thai In hij_ad- to is venereal. Stijma does not attach? itfelf jfo ton-aver, -stigma, ili iaciies' itself get tbe In the tf'the Tvorci :it is'not ven- Vereal.O'He tJien'vwent on by. means ol show'tha ravages "of Sara tabwn dlseaEesf'lfe dl mf op' Vnf n royal commission hai baen appoint- ed to investigate sexual diseases. "Al'ter lue publicity roi" ILe report a nutubei1 of and mejlc'al Tolameered thelbj services ;to, .slem disease. Tflfe; country -ivas' then year oi- two or t'lo wiir'llic same say- InB held sootl. Itpferrlug to thoee lu autiiorily xuo had Ihe Idi-a thai a restrlcled or toler- ated area was necessary, the speaker recounted (he ui-tlon ol Secretary Daniels of tho I'. S. navy who jnvo the governor of llhodo hours to close up the realilrleil or he would llfi Ihe naval baso from Ihe stale. A similar message was sent to tlio governor oC Mlnneaolit and lo Ihe mE.vor of Xliuncapolts by. Sec- retary of V.'f.r DaVer, threalBnlng the removal ol Ihe troops If the reatricled nrcas -were hot done away wllh. Those had the dJslred clfect. In Seattle It was the same, with the result of 300 diseued bfins roundbS up. Iu Plilladclp'.iia, ivhero tbe major had bad his own vlewi o( tho restricted area, the police wera instructed to report lo the president and not lo the mayor. am continued Ihe speaker, "to the military authorities of Canada'for what they have'done to protect tho soldlcjs ti'oui disease. In case of tho disease they are; not to blame, bnl 'the civilian What .is asked Is'not that special measures be adopted, but ihat the laws of Canada be observed in every cll'v. "There ure'ireiyt ality lo conilderwl In decking upon the MusDclal policies ot thf-country, Juit aa there are- In dlicusslni Ihe so lal aide ct Mid Hilltl Dob- ion, who li lu charge ritorra work ond child In' well, discussing reconstruction wllh The- Herald "Ono o( our Erealesl Sbvarumentrvone -which tai.' led to tuuch rottenness In political life, haa been our cuelom of borrowlns monoy widely from other couiitrlts. Wo have we cm fl- The first ine'n -who enlisted in Can- me uiccaac. i uc luuuiij iiM3 divided into different and ada- were treated, with prophylactics (ree Lreatment (hoie aHccL- ed, as it a seilous national A'tislralla fount! the" sUualioh. so Merry u; Oiristmas whicli' wish we would -absp-add '.wishf- 'or your good'healto at'sll But remember (hat'good _. '.health can never be 'yonn -as Ijfolg aa your teeth remain ne- So why not par a Visit 'ftf our between Christmas ,Vhd NST Year md your itetth inorvmhlj- ovtriiaulsd and in.goiid ikape'Hr-fft COEI- Jng year. Acc.pt oiir asiuraiKe by the Intimon.T of all fpaf -paiienta that This method was later changed, as It was not considered safe. iraf instead told that it was nob In the front'llne'..lbat danjer He was admonished (hat tie oest safeguard was In a clean life: H a: man was not considered strong lo withstand tempta- tion a prophylactic was administered. The speaker soundly trounced EegregaLion 01 underslandlog. Jljcovercil.In Canada liance a greaj soycrnupeft loans oura'elvM. to do Iliie. and not only would 'the money ,lhe countiT, but would eliminate Iho oppbrluall'y to'r-and Ihe tendency to of -eilrava- ai we bfve seen In edmo of our government financial "circles, filravn- gance which his been immoral as [lyliiing could be." "There I: one point about this en- lira recoiiBtrucllon problem which I think those In authority have hitherto overlooked to greit eiient. and which'tends to lead to'unfavorable and Bi-en Immoral conditions Iu our great centres. This is tlie fact that n great deal of employment provided for Is seasonal. That'ta'to.lay, the govern- inent and the reconstruction commit- tees have been much laken up wllli consideration of works Ibat would pro- vide employment only in the summer, such ;as railway construction, house biiildlnf, Irrigalion projects, .and -so I'orlh. Hut.tnere'are five months In-tbe )fj year, generally.: ;he westjSvhen aui'h work cannot ha undertaken. We have thoiMinda of Uieee Uaea on piir.hsnds. V AND i. SEASON'S GREETINGS AND OUR GOOD FOR A JOYOUS AND HAPPY CHRISTMAS. CLARKE CO. LETHBRIDGE, CHRISTMAS, REMEMBER THE SOLDIERS NEW YOHK, Dec. cele- Victory Christmas la New York tomorrow as well aa in thous- ajifls ot homes here hare ben 'cd wlib a special vlov ot providing Vale.Tide cheer, for the Amer-1 ROMANIAN AMBASSADOR __________ ____ PARIS, Doc. An- lean eoldlerY, Bailors ani'marlnos who I tonesco, whose appointment aa llu- ,5111 ba unihlo to-spend their Christ- manian minister lo Franco was re- mag at home in distant slates., Menlcently announced, pl'CF.euteil his trc- of the illlts'Ulso. will be rememlierod. Idcctla.1! (o President today. They tho-city land replace reslrictcd areas by There were 110 legal iied segregated areas. Medical of the-, residents-is theso areas lie regaried- a? "I would like to eee any jnedJcal mau espouse the cause of medical Inspec- tion before the medical He would >e laughed to tcom. Medical Jnspectldn. cannot test all cases. No medical' man wLo is np. lo date but knowa that tests are ;aot -.worth i Uiiog. without the manifestation of disease. best man couldn't be sure, that'a. person was free from gonorrhoea, for tho disease would lurk in the fcody for years." The Waisermann.tesi was complicated and therefore.not Iii general nse.. Urging ones again lhat It TVM no to get new laws, but lo en- other men; who reiy hive1'families. This does not raUier makes worse, Ihe condition? Uial-elist. What vu ueed ;lo give our attention to 13 some phase of work .irconslruction or industry that will absorli_all this labor that is released immediately Ihe sea- sonal work now planned becomes 1m-' possible." APPLY. LAW 5IADHID, Dec. msetins of 'Cathalonlatf deputies "flud repre- sentatives of the various cities in Catalonia it was decided, according diapatc'ues from Barcelona, to- poslpone acliou rcsirdlnt autonomy for Catalonia until January 10, when i. declaration '.will be -submitted. The Spanish government has Issue! a proclamation stating that the law would, be applied to all those dlElurb- ing peace. Open Thursday As Usual Tonight 10p.m. TO We wished thank you for hoping us to make our Christmas Sale greatest fet in pur history. To. one wish you MERRY, CHRISTMAS A. We Pnetiie ft Art. Drs. Bmner, Richards Nelson Hifh GnAc AMIXU DcBtBtry PHONE 363 Ott 4 (TMH Letkbridfe Hrttl, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA J'j CALSARY USA EIGHTH AVENUE I. W EDMONTON 3 CRJiTALt 1LOCK. said: "Erorr mayorT ptflclal and po- lice are sworn lo enforce the laws o! Canada. When a maa adopts, a different policy he says he is bigger thaa the house ot commons and the senate.'-. In spirit he sels himself to eland against the IB.WJ of the Do- minion." Ho had not dealt with facia ot thia'City. He-let ihein to the citi- zens themselves to dsal with.courage. He had y- contempt tor the man who considered business interests, .before moral issues. the conclusion .of. lie meeting, on the motion of Mr. O.-F.-UrMnliich, It was resolved' to' form a. comraltlee of seven cilliens lo carry on the cam- palgn Egralnst the social ertl. 'A com- mllUe of three was appointed from the floor lo select the tame. The selecting committee are Messrs. Benbacb, H. Barrowtnan and C. HrandorV. PEOPLE They do so berause.it is pro'- 'ff itable and through a dwire to. provide against Hie uncertain- ties of the futiirej Today in flqlng ao Ihey-may, .in addlllon tb'helping themselves, help the- "country." Canada needs Ihe money of all her people and, through Ihe sale ol War Sav- ings Stamps, haa" provided au easy and profUable method by which Ihey may save. EAGER YOU AS BEFORE frffi IN THE RYLAS CO, E Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK Third Avenue 3eirth I '.WeWish'toEileiicI The Season s Greetings and lo thank our palrons for pasl favors and respectfully solicil a conlinuation of ihc same. in future. The Lethbrkige Laundry Co., Ltd EARLY IN YEAR The movenient for a irabllc lllirary, which was lo have been discussed.Oils week by. i commlllee ot clUzens which haa been asked lo act in 'the matter, hac been suspended until after .the first of the year, when It la Loped that it wlll.be taken up with cnv-dslum, zr.rt something definite- accomplished, towards the establishment of Ihe nu- cleus of n public library. A mcellng of thls'seneral commlllee to discuss Ihe details of the movement ivlll probably be held the first Monday'of tho new year. It was at lint proposed that the li- brary should be started In the east room on tbe ground floor ot the T.M. C.A. 'which if at present occupied, ai a writing room, but the directors: appar- ently have other end equally valuable plans for this room, and-It Is now evi- dent that there will be no accommoda-. tlon the V. for the library. It Is sug- gested Ihat-the flrat point to be.de- cided h the matler ot a librarian cap- able of establishing the p.jilem of bandliag Ihe books, and of., looking alter this In a proper manner.- It Is felt by most of ihn commltleo that the library will not be a success until such a person has.been secured. The matter ot accommodation and of let- curing Ihe books by public aubscrlp- llon Is felt lo lie a secondary mnlter. Rnd that they will be n comparatively matlpr (n Artistic ia the pjcture line.' Flat.iiolcl FT enct'vi -Ivory 'pboto' fr'ani'es Jn aiij' -eite. A large variety of colored prints by all tbo o'd mMLerej Yon not jenrl j-fttr. dolls out ot toirn to hare onlr roiuor repairs made. We repair thrm. no miller Trhat .U for Ifee coat of tram Donation lo OTit ot Albfrta Picture Gallery PW 1724, HJ Ibck >ur friends and everyone we extend the Season's Greetings V if and best wishes for Hardware ;