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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 5; THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY-HER AIB .PAQJ5 ELEVEN' DRASTIC CHANGES HAVE BEEN ___________ ApplyMiore Particularly to OtfetKM Against ud Children; In Line With Recent in England, s loto effeci oa October 16th, are more reick'ed putmeni: CaJudst by, recent ia line with tejteUtion roecntly em. ia aA (jj i 4 Lash Mas Been Added A sttutr and yoiti( girls working in u4 Ths which cooie more particularly to offence's against passed at tbe the Do- woaea and children and are saM to be' mioioB and assented to on July dee to persistent efforts on the part '1st Indicate the ot consent has of lie. women of Canada to. jaeure j been raised and thartae lash has been more adequate protection for in certain rssna Offences can age is below 14. or between H '16. i new offence has'been crested where the age it between snd 18. The terra ot imprisonment ia one instance, that of procuring, has'bean increased to ton years. Hve years in jail cau be Siren tot oflenees, acataut girls' be- tween 14 and 16 years ot see. More protection, is afforded female employ- es, while tfci' lash has been added for to 'commit ceilain statutory crimes against the code, section 300. Fan-Reaching Effect It is contended by thoRQ-who have had'ah opportunity of studying: the new amendments that these changes in the law. will...hive a far-reach- fnE is pointed out ihat, generally speaking, the seriousness ot iffenoes against young girls has not been realised f bub w ith 'these new amendments In force a considerable change should soon bo in evidence, n'the past, magistrates and judges iave seldom ordered the application it the lush, but with more authority nsted in their hands, it la believed ADDITION TO PEARSON HAH BRUSSELS, Oet ReporU that direct negotiations might br beW be- acd with a view to eifectiic definite acneeinrat on a reparations plan 'seem to have keenly interested the delegates to the international aaancial conference. All toe talk in tbe lobbies the rep- rwecUUies (Us uwrnins walJe the committees and were tasjr. their Tarioos resoln- Uou for conference was with re- sard' to the prospective direct eonver- en lepieaentaUves of the more frectuently imposed in the future. two nations in Paris. TV) unsettled state of tbe rejara- tfcai question is to big matins it difJLeaJt tor Ike oommittae jraciie Soiuce to make', headwij wHk'ite -work. Fbvr diSferent states represented kere consider the settle} a, definite reparations pliii depends vetr much vpcra'wiit they an ajble to do in' the way of arranging taeirjpvblic That the report of imminent direct negotiations be- tweeji Fraace and. Germany aroueed interest. It is understood that the Germans will ask France to port their demands for the retcn of part 'of their merchant dipping in order; to facilitate an re- rrral-'ancl hasten the payment of re- parations. They wfli also Britaiu to release its sequefitrod Cer- man-owned property in order that this might be need at a guarantee for credits for the purchase'of raw ma- terial; SCHOONER WRECKED X BY BIG STORM Oct. (Canadian Press) signal service was notified Sun- day that two schooners srere seen foundering in tbe vicinity ot the Traverse and bad evidently been wrecked br the violent windstorm last Friday. The identity of. tlie'Tes- BelB Is so far vnlinnwn', H is feared (hat their crews have Explain To Parents Purose Of Survey OfBoyJjfelnCity The following explanation Is offered for the parents regarding surrey of boy life to take place tetvrcon Wed- nesday and Saturday of this week. A canvasser will call on you during the above time to find out a number of things about your boys between the ages of 10-21. You' will read else- where about ,the purpose of the- sur- vey. Needless to say we are conduct- ing it to find out about yonr'boys so that we will be able to help yon in raising the kind of boy you want him to bo. We want to give him all the nB requires through physical that ptmishment of this nature -will bo work the different boys' agencies Above U shown the new addition to Pearson Hall, the home of blind 's'oidiera and other sightless patients, In Torotto. BERKSHIRE HOGS ON AIRPLANE-TRIP BRITISH SHIPBUILDING prize Bhlre hogs reached Ptris tods? by atrpbute (rom London. were Draught for breeding' purposes. ed If the universJij- Is to matetmta its present high etsodard amoDg Instltntions. Before luring tor his Umr of West- ern Canada, Sir General Arthur Cur- rie, principal of the university ilsit New York. in LOHDQN, (By That sete atgretctlag tcni udai cioiislnicttom la British UM. kKhest oo record. The future ot the shipyards l> considered becsnae ot the high kcost ot prodncUon ta the face of falling freight ratee sad ioprtcUtlcn IB tte market raloe ol vessels. Reports oi' are namermn, 75 Urgs contrects far nev tonnage been esAceUod dnring June. liaring WINNIPEG CHURCH WILL j members until they are old enough to FINANCE BY INSURANCE) meet lne for themselves. novel system of financing evolved by the Home Street Presbyterian church here will clear the church of debt within twenty years with hardly an effort on the part of the congregation, By insuring ISO ot yonng peo- ple for 20-year endowment policies of 5250 each, the members will adequate- ly meet the loan taken out when a new building was constructed. The plan provides'-that the Insured pay their own premiums. A "200" will pay the policy rates for junior Weononites Must WINNIPEG, Oct. oi Manitoba will meet at Homeland Tues- day to decide finally whether they will obey law or .leave Manitoba to seek "religious freedom" elsewhere. Last it was announced that final have been given that proBociitlonE would take in the. Mennonlte districts It families .persisted .in de- fiance'of; the Manitoba school' attend- ance law. Saturday summonses were served on Menaoniteii, anaugu- ae'tfew policy. 'f They were.' to come up' for day, but it authorized we have co-operating. We are only ;oing to give him a moderate amount ot activity and all the agencies in the city who are at boys work are co-op- erating so that no boy .will be out (oo many believe in tbe honic and'ihe cburch'aiid tvo to bring our contact with incse'and tielp become a worthy. Cariad; ian opporlunities .of-Hfa open to: him.. ..W.e must'give pbr.'lboys a''chahce andfth'ey''will b'e sure under proper guidance to take It. This IB we want to try and do for boy in So par- ents welcome the canvassers and give them the required Information. Be- low are the questions to ba filled In connection with the question re church preference. If a boy has no church preference he can meet through the "Y" for bis mid-Tveek ap- tlvities. Ko difference be made between the religions beliefs. All alike On-the question of occupation If j a boy is going to school that will ;be the answer with-the-name.' of the school 'attending aha if working. Where. doing? Col, J. i the' shipped hi tho basement, which was GUARD AGAINST CHILLS VnnmUm AgiSmft Duprs DsWrate tke habit of taking a em of cobe to a eomg curt ia tbe aid or .damp. Sudi is a tax upon .sjwUra, and tie strenjtfceani.' 'ana ynrtnnf poirere of tbe 4onten- forlifjr yoil. against the crila Those direction tiie contiauance the work Is being curried on', was appointed' rector of the church las March. With Us he has collected be Increased by further snbscriptions to before the drive being made for building funds in completed.' J mortgage for has been ar ranged. V: 1 Will Cott On completion it !s estimated tha the; oi ,ihe Btraoture- viM be 'r' It the nsea of Oxo are to yoa, try s tin of four cubes. On great- ly ireprores gravien, stews, er coups, and is a delUbtfol, nstain- ing and appetizuic Serersft. It is ticellent for ckildRa. laryr of mcnt i or Rezens scd ttoru. It Mo Ike skta. t DJ. e's Oint- JrriU' Cuticiira Soap Ideal for Com exon the. finpervisitra of the -RevJf Swea'iniaa. then the congregation has paid of Ihe- mortgage, tic Tmsl payment .be made last November. Her. J. R Murrell- Wright, under The policies taken out did not nec- essitate the applicants undergoing medical examination, and the church Is permitted to substitute another uame when any of the present policy- holders move away. COUNTING ON GETTING MONEY Oct. fcudget Of unconditional eipenaltnre was passed by the governors Hc- GIU University yesterday In anticipa- tion of the money to bo raited In the approaching campaign for funds need- .It is easy to say a thing is m attfer to prove it. Blue Ribbon Tea will stand every test. TRY IT. .What ,night school work Jo re? If joiir boy wants to