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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, October FOR LIVES OF PURITY tinued from front cal, moving picture, and other shows unless accompanied by their parents; or tfuardiyns. u. That it is I he duty of parents, preachers, physicians and educational- ists forgive, wise instruction to' chil- dren aiul 'youth's on purposes.' problems of sex.' It was dccitiwl to 'discuss these reso after serving only sixty days of their Knox church. twelve- months' sentence imposed for Evenin in dealinj in immoral literature in Tor- onto. That this class of literature and pictures is 'likely to lead a bov downr ,vard and malce a criminal of him i s shown bv the fact that nearly all a -iminals wheu arrested Mvt'spms of it in their possession. M i Acting in, K P -e Maes- For rheuou turn, f out and other of diiordctrcd kid- or for trouble, there m. real therapeutic value arid pain allegation iu ttWTCft Of, QUAUTX to accomplish any good in the rais- presided, and with him f jng Of, children. Much time is on tne platiorm besides the speakers; fuuy given to the training of chil- were, Rev- Tr P. Rev. when-, they an Shearer, are young, '-but not T i "'T hese men were engaged ir> the of-: opening-the the- chair- j of .the saddest things in t-lie land is dinrary respectable business of book- raatl welcome _to a those-- the Curfew bell. It means''that the sellers." A power J 1 1 1 1 I tJ-w-A- V U V UAAV ______ _________- the speaker Present, on'behaU oi. the- LctHbridgo community is trying to do what the? ththks, should have the power to rempcrance _ and ..Reform homes ought to do-; it means that fa- sftirch- ii'ttures -for immoral literature and injirpducing Dr.-Drake pe without'.a warrant. sfhe was only.'a doctor _ 01 AvnpripnriY mir Property-Owners Responsibility of twenty-five years' experience, but was the author .01 two valuable i dealing -with the question -for immoral purposes 1S more ftxuHy about which than the inmates in the speaker's cs-j timanon. A law should be passed making, the above a criminal' offence. owner of who leases it was .to speak.; Dr. Emma Drake an.1 mothers are not. 'enough 'to the "duties' of' pa'r.entnood. No Double Standard should..teach their boys and .girls' that there-.'should be no double standard of' purity. Only is tit- nri'-A rnnn? pure and right for'tlie mother should i, T .Sr an fd'dresf -be.-pure and risht for the fathfir. On- which was earnestly delivered and need oi' more legislation--in.'-regard tn >l ,t-hcatrfs and moving picture shows. hood of the laud that they must be o? honu's von have il n Ontario recentl as pure and clean a provincial -7 fCviH WU they would wish TT JS YOUR DUTY TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY TO PROTIDE V FOR THE FUTURE. A LITTLE MONEY WSELY INVESTED IN five of the leading nations of thp world had entered into a national, and world-wide treaty to stamp out the; international; traffic in-white slaves. To those so much about official-inertia and "of getting-governments to take any rad- ical action unless compelled .to, this treaty was.sufficient .evidence that a gigantic organized traffic existed. To show that the' traffic had a strong foothold, not only in the older countries and metropolis oi the world but also in Canada, the speaker in- stanced several sad cases that had come under his own notice in this country. Ignorance, One Cause Dealing with the causes of the traf- fic he said; that ,the first and most important Ignorance of the general public, the ignorance of parents the ignorance of KJ.rls. on. the the purpose and i perils 'Sex, Those who had heard the subjects treated' by Dr. Drakt an'i Professor Shannon -iu the afternoon j could not help but be impressed with the crime .of sil.ence. "Don't you he said, "that the' education the- boys of Letiibridge receive on the streets, around the j and in -contact with unclean men-with whom they are compelled daily to work, is -another cause of the while Theatres and Slot Machines The theatres, not always, but often. the five cent shows, not j always, but often; the slot machines, 'not always' but. of ten, j largely to the causes that go to ere- j V: [ate the slave markets. The sale moving picture manufacturers now maintain high salaried lawyers! some of the" things he had been com-j You are 'more unmerciful to censor the films to see that they j PeHed to read during the last three did not cross the criminal line and J years, Jn the to warn them..if they did. It' would ilure- Nothing j be far-beuei-'initha-lone run if they i York or Chicago could be so i did cross the iine. That was one of abominable. In one case he had .put WILL BRING YOU DOLLARS Insure your earning time is coming, -when you should have something.for When labor as represented by your salary, will hot take care of you. YOU MUST FACE THE CONDITIONS OF OLD AGE Uv i What better prospects can yo.u picture than the ownership of a-choice.tract with East Coleman? Here is independence for youth acd a pension for old age, with a producing capacity sufficient .to meet all wants of self and family. Inyeat now vchi'io lots are cheap. LARGE LOTS LOW PRICES Thomas Grahan, Owrfe.r, Michel E. C. Joe Graf ton, Coleman. Alta. and unre- lenting to your fallen sisters-than are of ynmoral litera- j most Why are -you cot more in Rome, Pompeii, j unmerciful to the men .who-are un- clean and impure. The Market i'the problems that to be cieait, the lav.- jn motion and'had captured j y jwitn in dealing with the white slave copies a disgusting leaflet f Most important oi all '___i. i _ __ _ .5 T Tvi.rvft-. tv that Advice tenors Mermte aervous tot- Kesoluuons Passed Canada and United everv lo 'the' man aski In closing the following "-resolutions '-course of .study in every school and "How shall I bring mv-bb.v to include lesions a true man'of him "Walk 1. it ;ls-Jhe. dtity of'.aU V00d "and .girls 'in fatherhood- aiid IhcTjoys'fpllow ,-citizens to do'-allt in their to in''the preparation''of -ia the' iootsteps' 'of "their-.fathers; suppress the traffic in girls for 'im- parenthood. Meanwhile what are the a alas, is ploughing up moral purposes, and hence to suppress fathers an-d mothers of 'todav doing to l c land oirwhlch his son Avi11 sow all known.prostitution, especially se-! face the great problems which sur- wlW is the man gregated or districts, "since round them in regard to the 'social has led. throuSh. the life of i these, are the" markets of 'its victims question. Every "community has to; Purit-v "ls to sa7 to his son. well as hotbeds of crime, disease answer the question for itself and ev-i "-1- from those things myself. ,'and every demoralizing vice. 2, That adultery and lewd "-cohabi- tation, and wife desertion ,be made, _ _____ _____7 offences under the criminal code i to make a living.' The home-is years of age to attend which was painted in the unless accompanied by their copies'of this disgusting 1 r-t i _ _ i_i i_-i .il lans.. Purify People's Amusements A' wav of edifving.anu nurifyiag the were -spreading_ people's play' aid Amusements has hve5 creating a denia-d f..r are "none; 'but I Have: yet tc (_ find-it, where the victim of "the.white booklet, which was painted in The i slave-, traffic-has-been-.marketed _ at lurid colors of hell Itself, and that! any other place .than light' breading their poison all or restricted .-.district or se- got to be people's. victims 'of the white slave traffic. There would fcs no slaves if