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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f t THE LETHBHIlKiE DAILY tiEflALU ttKCEMBfcn aertaut that a law was paswsd fro i Tiding or compulsory of those They Of MI ONES 10 tKKSIRH by nunAer and not by tnt If the treatment prescribed was not fol lowed tor month the were hot the Into gonoiThoea and ttM of the Do rCMMM strictly en md fttifh Dofetoi tem much Wesley hall Beelal the prfcelded over by feclartd the speak In the scheme of re noir before the jwople iidi It to do with tho bifplness and the develop Rtiot the He desired to of the social evil pofnt of fifty erfjf since the asked for board Many things in tho yearshaVP forced a to deal with problems of Iflhs high time that a nation Dttlil Its nationhood in htttltmlon of a Dominion Board The record of enlistments tttfc to The ofjnen turned down as phyai and those who after en The cards used were those of the government in mill tary and Civil military mWlcal by men in United States Into the war the nsml tratarnlty became were Invited to Bcnemes for the treatment and proventlonof venereal getting at the roott of the the qmatton of pmatltntlon carefully It a case of vottftlhg aol MAOEFOH SURPLUS NTER dier against the the civi Gonorrhoea mote prevalent of the To It was due n large proportion 6f blindness or sur gical and ster It wasfcpreBd by public stad The various stages of syphilis were the speaker warning against quack reme and siting that the bacteria was in the ana tho outward mani If temporarily were botitld to In the sn oiulnry stage of the dlscasr it brokt out 1n the and thert was con siderable danger of infection in kiss in the use of drinking or or napkins infected by those lian the out of six of the soldiers with venereal disease had the same before en It wan significant that In the first year of after the rtgula tions no placp was considered so safe as that or being In In Canada men wore appointed to in struct the us to facts with also the reiilt that after the first yoar or two of the wjrthe same IleferrlnK to those in authority who id the Idea n restricted or toler area was the speaker recounted the notion of Secretary Danteis of tho navy who gave he governor of Hhodo IsUnd 48 to close up the restricted aroa or he had the The paralysis i would lift the naval base from the of men over fortyfive years of age was dufc to A quarter of the paresis in asylums was due to the In a home of fallen girls un der his notice 90 per of those all tinder IS years of various countries to combat With the discovery oi tho germ and tlie treatment there ban been a In public opinion as to seriousness iu their spread With tho crisis of the war came the proper valuation of what the loss of human life to In Great Britain just before tlie wnr as it is sometime j a royal commission ha3 been appoint nd TCBHIf iimwtJ n uu a ilstMelt developed physical infirml were suffering from syphilis or goiior Thirty per The latter was five times 1 tbow or over I more prevalent than the for physical and of Work in Various Countries least half were duo to nee Dobson reviewed the work which might Have been cured iu Tho enormity of neglect declared by the data to The thing was machinery for ropagauda and a campaign to rouse Ibllc Venereal Diaeaaes The spieaker said that in hi he intended particularly U venereal He did not I eel to investigate sexual eare lbr the name Xo disease is Stigma does not ttiwlf to attaches itself you get the In the etf the word it is ven He on means of rtir to showthe ravages of what known as dKeasei He di Alter the publicity of the report a number of scientific and medical volunteered services to slem the The country was then divided into different and free treatment given to those affect as it was considered a serious national Australia found the situation so Merry Christmas To You TO which wish we would also add our best wishes lor your good health at all But remember that good health can never be Tours as as your teeth remain se So why not pay visit to our off tees between Christmas and New Year and hare your teeth thoroughly overhauled and in good shape the com ing Accept our assurance by testimony of all patienta Dentotry As We Practise It Is a Gentle ti j Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Iran Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALU A similar message was sent to tho governor oC Minnesota and to tbe mayor of Minneapolis by Sec retary of War threatening the removal of the troops If the restricted areas were not done away These had the desired In Seattle it was the with the result of 300 diseased girls being rounded In where the mayor had bad his own views of the restricted the police were instructed to report to the president and not to the I am continued the to the military authorities of Canada for what they have done to protect the soldiers from In case of tho disease they are not to bnt the civilian What is asked is not that special measures be but that the laws of Canada be observed in every The first men who enlisted in Can ada were treated with prophylactics to make them immune to the disease This niethdS later It was not considered Everyman was instead told that it was not In the front line that danger in civilian He was admonished that the bejt safeguard was In a clean If a man was not considered strong enough to withstand tempta tion a prophylactic was administered The speaker soundly trouncec segregation or restricted areas by There were no legal ized segregated Medical in spection of the residents ia these areas lie regarded as would like to see any medical mail espouse the cause of medical in spec tion before the medical He would 1pe laughed to Medica cannot test all Xi medical man who is up to date bu knows that teats are not arty thing without the manifestation o The best man couldnt be sure that a person was free fron for the disease would lurk the body for The Wassermann test was complicated an therefore not in general Urging once again that it was no necessary to get new but to en force the present Dobso said Every official and po lice are sworn to enforce the law of When a man adopts different policy he says he is bigge than the house of commons and th In spirit lie sets himself t stand against the laws of the Do He had not dealt with fact of this He lef them to the cit zeng themselves to deal with courage He had a contempt for the man wh considered business interests befor moral At the conclusion of the meeting on the motion of Urseabacl it wag resolved to form a commltte of seven citizens to carry on the cam paign against the social A com mittee of three was appointed the floor to select the The selecting committee are Tlr Barrowman and Thera are great qmitioVw of tnor to be considered In upon he financial policies of as there are In discussing the so il side of said Htigh Dob who Is in charge of reform work and child welfare In the iscussing reconstruction frith The lerald One of our greatest in one which has led to ouch rottenness In political has iceu our custom of borrowing money widely from other We have discovered in that we can fi nance a great of ottr government o do anid not only would he money in the but would eliminate the opportunity for the tendency to stfch a rtot of eitrava gance as we htvfc seen In atfme of our tovernment financial cxtrava tance which has been as immoral as mything could There Is one point about this en ire reconstruction problem which I hink those in authority have hitherto overlooked to e great and which tends to lead to unfavorable and even immoral conditions in our great This is the fact that a great deal of employment provided for is That is to the govern ment and the reconstruction commit ees have been much taken up with consideration of works that would pro vide employment only In the such as railway house Irrigation and so there are five months the generally at least when such work cannot be We have thousands of Un employed In these lines on our They may go to the city and replace other mem who may have This does not but rather makes the conditions What we need to give our attention to is some phase of work or construction or industry that will absorb all this labor tbat is released immediately the aea sonal work now planned becomes lmv OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS EXTEND THE SEASONS GREETINGS AND FOR A JOYOUS AND HAPPY HCMCMBCR THK SOLDIERS NEW cele brations of Victory Christmas in New York tomorrow as well as In thous ands of homes here have been arrang ed with a special view of providing Yule Tide cheer for the Amer ican sailors antTmarinos who will be unable to their Christ mas at home in distant Men of the allies also will be RUMANIAN AMBASSADOR An whose appointment as llu minister to France was ro cently presented his cre dentials to President WILL APPLY LAW a meeting of deputies and repre sentatives of the various cities in Catalonia it was according to dispatches from to postpone action regarding autonomy for Catalonia until January when a declaration will be The Spanish government has Issued proclamation stating that the Ian would be applied to all those disturb ing SENSIBLE PEOPLE 4 All sensible people They do so because it is prof itable and through a desire to provide against the uncertain ties of the Today in doing so they in addition to helping help the Canada needs the money of all her people through the sale of War Sav ings has provided an easy and profitable method by which they may Open Thursday As Usual Tonight Until TO OUR We wish to thank you for helping us to make our Christmas Sale the greatest ajid best in our To one and all We wish you A MERRY CHRISTMAS EAGER TO PLEAS YOU AS BEFORE TOE SAME OLDflRM IN THE BUSY RYLASDS We Wish to Extend The Seasons Greetings and to thank our patrons for past favors and respectfully solicit a continuation of the same in Tk Lethbridge Laundry K PUBLIC LIBRARY EARLY IN YEAR The movement Cor a public which was to have been discussed this week by a committee of citizens which has been asked to act in the has been suspended until after the first of the when it Is hoped that it will be taken up with and something definite accomplished towards the establishment of the nu cleus of a public A meeting of this general committee to discuss the details of the movement will probably be held the first Monday of the new It waa at first proposed that the li brary should be started In the east room on the ground floor of the which IB at present occupied as a writing but the directors appar ently have other and equally valuable plans for tills and It is now evi dent that there will be no accommoda tion at the for the It U sug gested that the first point to be de cided Is the matter of a librarian cap able of establishing the system of bundling the and of looking after thlB in a proper It IB felt by most of thn committee that the library will not be uuccens until such a person has been The matter of accommodatiou and of euring the books by public subscrip tion Is felt to be a secondary antl that they will bo a comparatively fiiHy matter to Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL A PRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK Third Avenue South Artistic Picture framing Everything in the picture Platinoid and FrenchIvory photo frames in any A large variety of colored prints by all the ol DOLLS You need not send your dolls out of town to have only minor repairs We repair no matter what for the coat of transDortation to out of town Alberta Picture Gallery PIMM HuM Bltck To our friends arid everyone we extend the Season Greetings and best wishes for the New Year The HickSeM Hardware ;