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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1310 THE LETHnmDGK DAILY HEIULD PACE TURK FHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S There Was No'poubt as to Whicli Valet Would Resign. By Wellington KE.HY WFTl ALET FOR nx sot i-m-uw AN' cwr WTOP.D Two >vn-Bts I J fe HOUSS, AN 1 UiMV COLLECTIONS 3 m your 5low acd doubt- i Ml R. C. FAflRlS SERVICE AGENCY j 5 Mucdoraid Stock. Lethbrldga COAL quality coal fa car lot-. rl.'iit. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY Tells Forum of Great Work of Dritain in the est Audience Yet 1 business lo fight toy light until ttn j MtJ Dot of Ctermauy was Ihrottlcfl. prnu'l of the ot our men LIIH, mutt v.'d- corac ihvro In H. way m porrft EJijjill mf'-uis'Jre romutiuaio for what they hate dotty fnr Canacij, One of tLo ponflGneui rueuM? of the grsat conflict lasting friendship other countries, eypertp.lly the United HUlea. Ton lone have these countries been the bust of jliiRuists, hut now that EO many men have tiled in Uc fence tif a common en use the jieace of tlie worH 13 fissured. The usual (SiscuHsIon which Is one of the features ol the Forum, did not1 People's Forum It was ft crowded house that grcet- C'apl. RflT. A. H. Uenoon, who ltd- Communications unaer ihia must tsar tba of tho writers. -Yotico to the Pulj'ic; Thy HoraM will print no h.orc- letters on tho so- cial evil at present time. Thi; Her-jM fpels iltstusston iti this column has hecn full ample on U.JE tueadon, and thai i-otb- funlicr can he hy take ulBcc owlns la the subject hulng i me tlelailB, much of which has HuiKonlfcntioiis. The only the Paat was thai taken Dr. Convbeare, who "Ul1 which tjlore llfls betm tonsld- orablo criticism. The Herald has not. restricted the discussion as much was chairman of the meeting. Capt. Uenuon referred during ,.k. tho Forum yesterday on'address lo Great Hrltain and her col-jaK ft have done unflcr ordinary "Some and ExperiWos oufcs and to this Dr. Cunybeuro took: circumstances, but now that the quea- nf (hi- 'War." The Starland was ruck-' exception, maintaining that Canada 11tm iias bceri from all an- na to tliu doors and the audience- was ;i sc'H-KoveminB country anil was m tilis column, The Herald feels keenly appreciative of what the imilreinot subworvient to Downing Street. Iire tillie lias conic to close the tolil them, 'Hut only colonteH Urllaiu possesses Controversy, ut leafct so far tlu: Previous to thu lecture a filnt from L011'1011- Canadians .i 3 ForuJii column Is 'returncil have our own v-'as in hand on Saturday, and sent out 5iailiullt determine our own It i_-ijn (he nuture of a reply to is now doing This film Is liy the Citiiadian government anil ibowD serially aud much-mooted question. The Herald iti comptat-i ncnoon reiilied that lift only Jnsrced to publish ft. N'o further let- jsjiiny. lo pire from Iht other allied eoutitries. Ho mahttaiuwl Canada was IT amt was entitled to tho claim of ecjnaSity. Musical Numbers Two very Ceasing musical inimbera were given at the interval, a song hy Mrs. Kulh "The King's and a ind political diflerence might cello solo from.ilic Meaalali by Mr. result In dismemberment. Hut Melntyre, both were accompanied by ten; ;vill lie accepted. at the Forum Ironicdlatoly proceeding vhe Sunday. Tho speaker outlined very vividly the wonderful unity that prevailed iu the British Empire at the outbreak of the war, H had been feared that clasa diatinc Uon Mr. lj. Uoombs. An announuL-nicnt from (he chair stand firm and determined in Ihe hour' wua made to the effect thnt Mrs. Mc- ilio great ideals for which tho empire stood prevailed and we saw the people of crisis and ?J1 class, political and creeJ distinctions forgotten. Tlie world hns not begun to apprec- iate what Britain has accomplished In ths war. Tho ordering of all her nJEources, tlie magnificent organize llou aiid splendid sacrifice by the iieu-; Alons the Clyde on both banks j ami at tho other shipbuilding centres f this branch ot iutlustry was ruslice! i with terrific intensity. The saint: wnsi true of other Women of all classes worked hard ami long hours in order that the men fighting In France should he kept yroviued. Ssyed Europe Hritaln's work during (he past four years saved Europe. She was thej force which ultimately brought vic- tory, Tha au'jlouce listened with interest to Capt Denoon relate hia visit to tho Grand Fleet and wero told of the quiot work duno by tho silent navy in strangling Iho in policing the seven, ECBS and the ulocUade. AVlien the 113th battalion hud been .ttvural days out OQ the ocean crossing over to England, tbe trans- port met by Hrltfsh destroyert. Tho buy4 knew ivcro under the protecilon the British Navy anil they cheered tho siilora with thr. great- ftnt cnthnsIaBni. The work of Navy haa been A strliiEcnt blockade haa beuu niainlfliiii rrl. soldiers havo been transportefl ovtr thu different seas.' two million lioraea anil roulea, ouc huntlroil and thirty million tons of; food and material along'with tons of munitions. AH of'this went tcM tweivo- difter'ent fronts, thanks to the i work ot tho British Navy. Zeebrugga anil O.stead subtnarlno nests ot tho Jlun woro lioltled up by tlie and nearly 75 per cent of tho American KtiHicy, M.L.A. for adores? the Korum neit Sunday. To Miss Milter: It is with deep interest ihat I have read anil re-read your letter in iJiiy's Ilei'alit, anil ivhifc you Ray some very uncomplimentary things, I shall pass them by inmoticcd and talk to you as a girl with a soul. When one atop3 (o thiuh tiiat nine limes out of ten (lie girl of the under- ivorld is a victim of while slavery or some fiend who lias robhevi her of her virtue, Icavijig her fo hear her shame white he, rattle snake al large, is hail- ed among men as a prince, can not but cause the most profound sympathy to in every honest soul. As I visual- ize on thc'contltUon my heart is filled with satfriuss., On the other band we are brought face to face with the facts Ihat prosti- tution is Ihc greatest curse that has and the teaching o! ihat saure-d lesson of tJiyt. were nor lauynt in your cKiMLuoil. A committee of motliers, who and Liirit-rrnand tin- boy and girl tram peraotKit Mperii'nee, will render you An upemiig will be made for you to cntor the new liffr with a btioyaiil FOUL tbo sat- isfaction luat yon are actually a cog ami not a don in the uhof-1 of the new civilization, Opening9 are to be pro- vided whereby you ran tuter new avenues of life all Hie way from the commercial position to that of becom- ing wives of gooil men, Bin ihts corouiuee aud all the help of Utia old will not avail you much, iberp is some con- structive application en your part to enter the better life, It is gratifying to learn Ihat thousands of girls are being brought back to happy life as a result of this movement. Now, Miss Miller, in all kindness, It'l me ask you If this new movement IE not much mure to uie advantage of the lady of tender virtue, than to any living soul? I am sure your heart will Do uot forget thai we are one of the very last elites on the continent to take action, and wuilo it is not yet a- dopted, there is nothing can prevent its being put into operation, for Can- ada Is at Ihe back ol tbe movement. On tho oilier hand, should any wo- man of the underworld rftuic to con- form to the the onK recourse will be the sttrn apnlifaiioju tho law. ajjcl goud.-icss Jcnon's, ihi> Criminal Code of canHdii will roac-h every tluit iiis or IT.T body. j In conclusion, the system is OTIC great, whole-fouled movement tuted by the best thought of progres- sive civilization, for Urn tuoral, physical anU (c-nipora) bciti-r- ment of the new World Federation. O. F. Ursenbacli. suit that they secured a considtr- able quantity of the liquor. Unfor- tunately the firemen tKeir schem- was discovered, and be- fore they could make use cf the rescued elixir they v.-ere caught by one of their superiors ancl later discharged. BQULTON'S TAXI Closed acd Hea.ted Car City and Country Trips Office _KES1DENCE Phcne 1093 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O o. Prompt Service. Phone 1315, 410 13lh Street N. 2SO-2G RESCUING THEIS REFRESHMENT FROM HULL'S CIVIC SEWER OTTAWA, Jan. thrift campaign appears to havt left a permanent Impression on certain members of Hull's fire de- partment Under judicial instruc- tion the Hull police undertook to pour several barrels of what was described as "good wMskey" into a civic sewerg The news 'of the edict had spread, and two thrifty and enter- prising Hull firemen decided to do their best to avoid the waste. With care and skill they "tapped" the sewer pipe at the psychologi- cal time and place, with the re- Jan. is reported that a rlocipion Ins been reached by which the Canadian government is to bear tho of taking the wives and families ot Canadian solcliera in England out to Canada, which scheme will probably involve reim- bursing those who iu the past piUd out of their ovrn pocket for tlie bringing their wives anil cliil- dreri. Tins question ba.s been agi- tating thousands cf overseas mou. HAlf AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada FooJ Board Licer.sf No. 9-I11D3 2S7-0 ,11-ila ISoott, Ottawa, left a ;riOO.OOO estate. jB. n. police who attempted to break what they called a "Ked The paradp followed n meeting at Tnciustriat NVorbers ot the World speakers tirgcil a general striko In Jill imluFtriCB In ptop the mannfuclure anil pliipnietit of supplies to the American Torres in Russia.. Police C'ajitaiu Scaring, ivho Ipil a forct) or nearly 100 officers in an at- tempt to stop I he parade, was at- tackctl Ijy tlic A crov.'it es- timated at nearly gfttliered on stieels when the riot otciirrpit. The Evangelistic Campaign prayer meetings en .lainwry 14, 15 from 10 to Army passed ovor to Europe under its gulclanC9 and protection. And tho British Army which ivont Into tha war with 160.000 men who fought Inch of tho way from Moris un- dor Oenorat FVoncb, fiad ratsprt an nrmy ot nearly eight millions lofors tljn arcilstfco was frfgned.. Tr.a Gormans in their yropARandn ivctk uss-i to that Britain was to sacrifice every Kronchman In firrtor fo Ihe war. KnghnJ ha? ralaott men (or tho army; Scotland. 6620.000; Ireland 175.000: I llh 10.30 a.m.: District, Rev. J. K. Section Mrg. A. Fiti- ley, 210 lOtli St. X. .Section Mrs. Scolt, 215 JS'th St. Section Mrs. Kllchie, 170S fith Ave. and Mi's. House, iiSS 12th SI. H.! District Director, liov. W. F. Section TJeglow, lOlh'.St. H. i Jits. Joyce, S31 S. India Rare England ralaotl I II por cent for tho Bjltlsh Army and (iilfored 65 por cant ot tho tlos. Tho mm at our omplro iv6r6JAve' Mslrlet DJraotor, ntv. Chtts. UBd their courago wta an joaplrAtlon. The Fuluro Tho gpcakor had no (ear aa to our men do when domobllfza- llon topic placo. Thoy would not tolor- P. Thnell, 1225 3rd ATC. B.'; Mrs, ,t. W, Craig, M4 Htli 81. S.; }lrs, H, M. C20 Hth St. S.; .Mrs. A. M. J217 6lh Ave. S. Section tin. WlrM- dicglon, 020 llth St. S. District Her, o. I ever been to and an abomiiiation in the sight of Got! and clean society, leaving in its wake mis- ery, disease and death until it has be- come the greatest ot plagues known to humanity. To this cml, civilization has denounced it and decreed that all com- mercialized prostitution must cease. Stringent laws have been enacted for its supiircsslon and it is doomed to.go. What right have to commit murder, burglary, or any offence iu the cate- gory ot erimo, when the law "Thou shall What right bare you or me to prostitute our bodies when the Jaws of all crrilizatlon say; "Then shall Xo condition, of. poverty or ivant gives you or me a license lo break a latv of Cod, sociely, or lair of tho Inml, and when ive do nro a- mcnnblc to the full retribution. Is U rifilit for ;no to be a Itorse-tJu'ef, bct'iiUiSC I have no hcltor occupation? Xo siti can be lolcratctl by God tir tuan at ihc stLcrifire of Iiunian ir- reapBctivc of the extreme tnviroiitneul thai might promote it. Tliero is a lime in the life of ucariy every girl when, at her dear old moth- er's knee, she knew H was ivrong tr> be unchaste. Tlien that fatal moment I ofltimcs coineF, when some vile man robs her of that priceless voarl, her virtue. She becomes an object of rc- morsc and says: "Sin be thou my re- fuge." Hut nucliiistUy, Misa illllcr. is wrong and contemptible to humanity (mm every point of anil no human lining has the moral, social or legal right to such indulgence, lie or ano who does so is a violator of every known law of biology, eugenics, human anatomy, hygiene, morality, society and taw of the land. In tiic face o" tliis, would you contend that Ihcry remains one lilllc excuse for Illicit intercourse? No, your heart tolls you a thousand times no. liclhfi one of the tender sex, 1 know you. like all girlu, have a and that IhcrR miiat be gems of .goodness that intuitively bum in your heart. A diamond with a flaw is preferable to a etone without ray of ainiKght, coming In unbroken flash slrlkea a MHW fn Ihc pane ilnd falls obltnualy (o the floor, Can not that flav; be removed from hoth (he dia- mond; nnd the window? Can not the flaw In tho fallen girl-be removed and she placed In the throes of a lofUor life, to become the being that God In- SEALED-TENDEUS, addressed to the Deputy Minister of Public Works and endorsed "Tenders for will be received at the Parliament uildlnge, Edmonton, up to noon of the Thirty-First (31st) Day of January 1919, for the supply and delivery of j Groceries, Hour, etc., during the year J19I9, to Ihe Provincial Gaols at Letli- bridge and Port Saskatchewan, The Hospital for the Insane at I'onota, and the Hospital for Returned Soldiers at Red Deer. I Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a Chartered Bank, payable (o (he order of the! Dep- uty Minister of Public Works, for Five per cent of the amount of the Tender, which will be forfeited if the successful tenderer tetuses or neglects to enter into contract or falls to carry put the provisions thereof. i Specifications and Forms of Tender with approximate quantities will be supplied on application to the Depart- ment of 1'uhlic AVorlcs. j Tiie lowest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted. at Edmonton, tin's Sixth Day ol January. 1P1U. I, C. CHARLESWOHTII, Uepuly Minister of Public Works. Unauthorized insertions of this nd- vertfecmcnt will not bo paid Tor. Ad M Section Mrs. Bacr, 215 th Are. A, H. Sootlon Pftnl, 604 Aro. 8. Socdon Mrs. HuHock, Mo disorder nut would see to H Ihat Uio Meals for which Canadians died will lie fulflllod, Tlie Trar hns wldctmd our vlalon and wo aro hc- glnnlng lo know