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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letbbridge Dally Herald, Saturday, July Daily Her aid 1907.-, Published by the Lethbridge Herald V Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful even- iaj at 1U office, ictim of when there is no where, else to go; the other lika a demon of hell, not content with its fiendish achievements but ever on the watch for new boys And ic may drag their bodies into the cesspool of lust and their souls into the regions of despair. J submit the Inquiry to the public, who is to blame for this insulting in- justice heaped ujtoh the victims of disease that may turn toward the sio- lated hospital? The mere insult of association is not all. With such places resort, as are now under discussion, there is found nearly every vice known to humanity, such as drunken- ness, gambling, swearing, fighting, stealing, lying, etc., etc., aid they are side of one of the running jumps that a0t wanting in this particular ih- Sir James Whitney is prone to take at tie member for West York. Side Lights: J .For Exhibition. "Show me some tiaras, please. I want one for my wife." "Yes. sir. what "Well, at such a price -that I can say, 'Do you see that woman with the tiara? She is my over Transmigration. One morning Jenkins looked his garden wall and said to his neigh- "Hey, what are you 'burying in that he said, "Tin just re-plant- ing some of my seeds; that's all." shouted Jenkins, angrily. "It looks more like one of my (hens." "That's all right. The seeds are inside." it Works Both Ways. The a wonderful thing. I've just ibeen reading of a man who reached the age of forty without learning how to read or write. He met a woman, and for lier sake he made a scholar of himself in two The nothing. I know a man who was a profound scholar at forty. .Then he met a woman, and 'or her sake, he -made a fool of him- self in two The Cat Came Back. 'became of that draw ng of yours, entitled 'The came ibacfe." OUR POINT OF VIEW. From all over the district come re- ports that the crops are yielding bet- ter than was expected. The outcome promises not to be so "bad after all. The only men in Southern Alberta who will not get work this fall are those who do not want IL Those who can do so are finding plenty of employment for everybody, either or without their teams. THE LETTER BOX WHO IS TO BLAME? Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear you permit me through the columns of your valuable paper to make further inquiry con- cerning a matter vitally related -to is popular child of our city fathers, viz. "the Red Light While -there is a natural timidity in discussing family affairs outside the circle of kinsmen, the circumstances in 'this city seem to demand it. The expressed determination of the mayor council not only to tolerate but "to protect and regulate the in- famous offspring of themselves and their predecessors, as not in accord with clearly defined Canadian law, nor iwfU it be assented to by decen-1 stance if the word of respectable eye- witnesses can be relied upon. I am told that on. the night of July 16th about -twenty-five men, pedes- trians, .with an auto 3oad accompany- ing them, visited this section of thev city and kept up, with varying degree of tumult, "a disturbance .until five o'clock Sunday morning. Drums and other musical instruments were used to increase.the volume of eral drunken rows were engaged in. Language, because of its obscene and I profane character, of a most revolting nature, was dispersed through the period of debauchery. I repeat the inquiry, who is to blame cor this con- dition of things? Are invalids of times weakened and nervous through pro- tracted illness, entitled to no more re- spect and consideration than this? In what sense is it an isolated hospital? I should say, isolated from decent sur- roundings and from comparative quiet- ness at least. Just outside the gate of this institu'tion, not infrequently a carousing crowd of half drunken men gather and remain for hours, engag- ing in the most foul conversation, disturbing and at critical periods endangering the very life of invalid inmates. On the evening of the 22nd an auto load of -four crashed through