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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANl-AIW 17, 1919 TMK l.KlllUHinr.F. HT.IUU) PAGE TJiHRB THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PAS By Wellington DONE SOUK Y Me, JEST WSK YO' cUL WAS c, r LEMUEL 5PUUYTER- I'SE 'FFA1D J nice.? COLLECTIONS Kvrry Tj'j inrrss is founded on credit and supported by Us col- are specialists. Send >is your slow ani doubt- {ol accounts. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdona'd Block, Lethbrtdga Phone 1616 COAL quality screened coal In lots. I'rices right. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY til M-allliUK touts Hi rns exposed tho sins in matters which lie .within his knowledge. Tl of the city. hc> said. liigeltst Steph- of l.ethhridg.i diH-liireil wort particular vere the al- ls Hi-- cesspools o( iniquity. When lie the advertisements at damn halls lie trembled for inc. slrls wbo would drawn there. If Kirls knew of the ,r. language of nun alter they hail been FARMH LUNCH Splendid Addresses Heard from U. Marnoch, H. Siuch- hury, Lieul. Johnson. THIS WEAK, NERVOUS MOTHER Tells How Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. tti always tired, my back acheo, and 1 felt sickly roost of the time. I went to doctor and he said I had nsrvous indi- gestion, which ad- ded to my weak condition kep PROPERTY FOR SALE rhm Mention lUralrt OR Femi-niortern house on 2 lots, xoui.1 It'm-e. big larn ami chick- on house. Cheap. Apply 12th Si. A. iiorih. _ _________ 2p_-i; i FOR you buy. rail r 1 sen my You may want it if von it. Hage, C27 JOth St. S to his slaK when they become proli- dent. During the time they are learn- ing the government will make the same allowances as If The were attending a vocational cchool. This he ik-tlar- otVered the opportunity to nen ivho had given so muuh for :helr country. There are dis- abled and soMlfrs lying the liltalt; in Knglaml yet and the in-oblem of fitting nu-n for civil lift1 _1 again wilt Lc a large one. Hu was FOK i.-rjomc.i Le said, thai tiiu employers cash- Clwir title. J. Dinning slbtc'to Alberta do htr fLaro this great work. FOR roomed semi-moil-[ President Dyson in a YPLV neat i C0ttage. lot fUicken house" speut-h once more conveyed die ilianks ,.mi clear title. Taxes oT the Alberta command. G.VT.V.A. (or i for or terms. Apply 3oO very splendid entertainment pro- st north. BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phon? 1205 RESIDENCE Phone ___. 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street tl. 2SO-2G HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Board License No. 9-inos ilanuns with them. pure, sweet would nnl allow men to t.ike them in their nrms. There are 600.MO fallen women In the United States, ami 000 of them owe their ruin to the dance halls. If the men were only per- induditiB Hie coiivoution: guests attended the farewell luncheon lendored tlie ili'ICEates to (lie Great War Veterans convention by the Hoard tjrill Tlmrj most of the money before vided by tie people, and the moetins close.l vlth the B of the Xattonal Anthem r S. verse 11, the preacher taid Ur.A.'i.Soankie ache, irritability and depression Lethbridgc their con half a Work from the world it. was ever started, liow in Hie A worlil it WM lie, he could I cv P. n. depot. Tho chic! of police ......told him Iliat lie caught ten men play. IIIK They.were hroujht be- fore the rourl am! the case dls- Kiisseil becauso they.. they v-era only playini not imagine.Tcopie say that it is novr "Some old scoundrel i3 coii- rcrncd atiout the Eirla and asks what is to become of thorn, hn .-.fa3 emu of those to allow the existence of the district in that it was a. necessary evil." II was loo lale lo mit a 'eice the precipice when the auto hns pone over. It. is loo lato to call iloctur when the patient is deid. I.I is loo laie to rail 'ire brigade when the limisc is. It vcntlon city again soon. C the r con- acne, iiniautiu.; j' The Boon more serious a; nun .uui Tt U ntsuchoeriods in ife that LyoiaB. note of the convention during the Compound will oomile of sessions, he attended was sincerity. Mid he denied that there tnev vert- wns nny evidence the returned men lie said "What can1 were lacking In self reliance heeause ran put lliem out. Gel. Mr font- years they liM-e been in a 1 uu ,.._.. pro- l egeae om normal healthy condition, proper laws lo clear out the leeches." If the. iieoiile were Riven to Goi these tilings would not be. Parlor r card playiDE. the position where everything Tided for them. A very pleasing speech was made aror- a id encouraged gambling. It the .manr S. .1. Shepherd in whwh he said kind s about e ga. rase is minu. iv H au avnmcrKiron Ot ot he'hoiicii the' bpys Tvo lo have licensed sin and call in the Gamblors' Association of I number. He paid a tnlmte to "urae et the Bo TC- rrest- it ;i necessary evil, riril is everywhere ami (here is everything for edification----- fur imltliis away evil. Yet Intelligent ]1W> ft was written np "Bucouragej Marnoch who kept the Hoard of trade np on Ihe In doing what it le." _.j liomes of the Hards are tho devil's hilile. rd playing In nir luiiiiuii ici. iiiwinc. -t u men about necessary sin. it There would be no gambling n.lliere necessary lo get girls (o mutllato their were no cards. U WJia as much gamh- iKHllcs for men -who are lower ilisn ling to play for a cut-glass dish or for Ihe beasts? This moniing a girl took any other prize at a whist drive as (o the irnin, she did not know where for a J20 gold piece, as the youns she was going. She wns a.girl whn nmn said to his mother when she was was trapped and received here for her angry at being cheated' out-or'a cut bony to bo damned by the lust of men. glass dish at a whist drive. Yet Ihe XVhe'i that body is cursed sho Is hur- same mother was horrificdUvben sha lied away. "Oocl forgive Lothbrdiee know that htr hoy had been winning could for the boys in solving their xriiknis. J. W. .1. W. secretary of the nro: vinclsl organization and commissioner I in charge of Ihc new labor bureaus, dealt at some length with the prob- lems his department is endeavoring to solve. There are two phases ot the work, Ihc employer and the employed, for the sin of licensing eirll." Marritd Men, Too money by cards. In tha course of his address Mr. FOR of the finest homes minTirir linthecily. Well built. Fully modern NOTICE TO CREDITORS i eight roomed house with full base- Him PI X1MAWTC hot water heating on 50 foot Mil) LLAImAN I ]ot A Bargain al J7.000 with good In the estate of Nick Kozniah, lale of ternls. Apply Mrs. Oil, 150i> 4th Ave. Ihc town of'Taher. in the province s of Alberta, niiner. deceased: i M.D, O.K. EYE. EAR. NOSE AMD THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Mums Building. Corner Sth Avs. and 2nd St. East, CalwiT. Offlco Phono Residence Phono M2077 Interne ar.d HOUSF Surgeon. Manhattan Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat lloapltal, New York Cilf. specialtst to TRANSFER J. Muny COAL ORDERS, C.O.D. PHONE 652 Ed. King's Furniture Store, Third Avenue South countries, including the Uniled Slates, nd in Alberln we believe we are Ing very well. There is more mon- .ogether. aud there has not_heen by Ihe in, and that after that date thcr administrator will distribute the as- sets of the deceased among the par- ties entitled thereto, having regard only lo tho claims of whlcli notice has been so filed or brought lo its know- ledge. t h j d "e Mr. Stephens retorred to 25 men Stephens said lhat girls in toliw down to the district last Sal- were followed hy men who made ihnn urdav. of men frequentins; 11. improper proposals. He knew of a par n ir had returned men that, urav. o ma-, One 'of Iho physicians o! the city had ticular caso where a young girl had met married man ot tho city there, been so spoken lo hy "A low down of It." "What does It dog about town who had olfcred he diers. In __. eluployers of irervtlilng poa ay 'for the sol has taken a tore- a failure .yet. am not afraid of this problem of readjustment The boys are willing to play Ihe game if the citizens of Cauada are willing lo play It wllh Ihem." Tom Lonpworth Tom lungwort h, local G W.V.A. "ft means the spread of disease." Ono all eho would wish prominent physician of Iho city had money." dated on oath that 60. per cent, of the men of JjethbridEe had been, are, the way of affected by venereal discaao." Think of the., surferlng child- ren ant] wives. God bwas the wives'." Tho preached denounced danco halls Ex-Mayor T. R. Deacon of Wjnni peg. has suggested the taking over o Iho Greater Winnipeg district railway hy ona of the older railway comnan- cA few hours to the west of you is.a land of mild temperatures, salt breezes, green forests and beautiful, busy cities. this winter, in your rest time, rec- reation and inspiration are offered you in most stand TO this question. This city was tile first In the province lo establish a reconstruction commit- tee." Mr. Mitchell helieved IhitMt every community in Hie province would endeavor first to absorb as many as possible of its'relurned men t would go a long way towards a set- tlement of the que.slion of employment for the soldier seeking lo reestablish liniEClf once more in civil life. He de- lailed the organization of his depart- ment and tohl how it is linked up wllh other provinces and also with ccnlral clearing bureaus at Winnipeg ami Ot- lawa so that the men in charge of the employment here will at all limes fcnoiv the slate of the labor niartct.in other parts ol the connlry. In clos- ing he asked for Ihe co-opcralion of every employer of labor, boards of trade and municipal authoplles in the ._______t GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIMITED Administrator, Calgary, Alberta, or to i SHEPHERD, RICK, Barristers, I.ethbrldge. Alberta, Solicitors for Ihe Administrator. given the Approved J A J -Ad 7, president, thanked the Board of Trado tor Ihe assistance il -had given the veterans on every opportunity, and dc-; clarert that the reconstruction .plans for. Southern Alberta put forward by the board deserved Ihe endorsement of every citizen in the south country. tho Rotary Clutrnlso for its aid whenever called upon, and also had a special word of thanks for ev- ery labor organization lit the city I which lie said, In the past 12 months sons Having claims upon tho estate haaSonated about lo the late Steve Petros, who _ 1 nn t nr> fllh flnv of XflVRnibGr, NOTICE: to CREDITORS" ervea the ennorsement AND CLAIMANTS in in the south connlry. i In tbe of Steve I'otros, late ot GENERAL TINSMITHiNG Phone 1713 330 Sixth Street South LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. CANADA FOOD BOAfO LICENSE NUMBER the toivn of Commerce, in province of Alberta, miner, ceased: Notice Is hereby given thai nil Hie de- tho local uiiiuli of the G.W.V.A, m. the 9th day of, November, Vocational Training i "IS. are required to send to the tin- One of the most stirring administrator oi hi. estate Capt. A stirring address fnll of cheer.and encouragement was that of Cant. De- noon, Introduced by President. Mar- och as