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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALb THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17,1918 0 Brotherhood of Railway Em-plo.vees Disc^issing It With ^ Government. the object ot meeting them to see it we cannot prove that some ot the ar-rangemeuts would work a hanlship on our members, as should the recommon-dations go into force II will mean, in | some cases, the taking away from us j of privileges we now eujpy." I ANOTHER ATTEMPT People's Forum iWilHtpeg. Oct. 17.-H. F. Lawrence, or Fort �\Villlam. general chairman of the grie\'ance comiu-ittee of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Kmploy-eos: H. P. l\elly of Quebec. ihMiruiuu of the coajjaiiltlee of his territory: H. A. Cooper and J. A. Steiner. hav,> Ijeen In session'in Winnipeg, during the la.�i C'XLGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. Dollarsit^J.y Health HealthDollars The" accumuIatiorTof "a* fortune to be spent by others is a poor consolation ' when one realizes, too late, that if he had played mor^ and worked less, he would (riot^have sacrificed his health for his dollars,' (but would have had his dollars plus his healthJ 7000 WesteniT Canadians Spent jTheir^ Winter last'year in the Pacific Northwest, recovering'! their health, increasing their vitality, broadening their outlook on life, assimilating a spirit of cheerfulness thrbugh enjoying the temperate climate, wonderful scenery, golf and motoring in_British Columbia, Washington and Oregon.] Your Wife Needs a Vacation this winter; her health demands it. IVrile for a booklet on the Whole Pacific Nor!hu>esl7or one' on Golfing, hfountaineering, Automobiling, Yacht-  uig, or Fishing, to PaciSc Northwest Tourist Association. Office of Executive Secretary, Herbert Cuthberl, 1017-J018 L. C. Smith Building; J Seattle. - pect they might he again if. instead of persecution, the helping hand of real christian charity were extended to them. Where are the men who. in most cases, have been the cause of these unfortunate women bein|: outcasts, being the dregs. Have they been persecuted and driven out of society? .\re they being hounded by society and the police departments from one end of the country to the other? N'ot likely; they were only sowing- their wild oats. They have another standard of morals, -which society recognizes which, is not so severe or exacting, as the standard which Avomen must conform to. Until people who are^ clammerine to inflict more hardship, suffering and humiliation on these poor unfortunate women, will offer some humane, practical and reasonable Christian suggestions, as to how, and where they are to live, their emotional pleas at the pretense of reformation, is nothing but mere chaff and they are showing a very poor christian spirit in hounding the city administration to persecute them by driving them out. when they have no place to go. I believe that the real foundation for building strong characters must be started in the homes, by parents and guardians giving girls and boys, good plain sensible instructions that, they can understand, along right moral lines and impressing it thoroughly on their minds, that there is but one standard of morals for both boys and girls, until this fundamental principal of right living is taught, believed and practiced, moral conditions can not be much improved. Women can hardly be expected- to be angels, and remain angels, it they have to associate with men who are moral lepers. It might be considered impudence on my part to attempt to advise the ministers as lb their duty towards society, but as there are ministers who seems to feel competent, and do give advice and instructions on political and other lay questions. I might be excused for espr?ssinB an opinion which, otherwise would be considered outside of my sphere. It seems to me that many ministers are too much given to the use of visionary methods, in dealing witli conditions, which can not be successfully dealt with; from that standpoint. I believe the prohibition law., which was so highly recommended by the ministers and prohibition workers, has proved to be only a wsionary melliod of dealing with the consumption of liquor, it is only a cover up measure; the same applies to the suggestions made in regard to the immorality in | this city. The complaint is made that the authorities will not enforce the laws. The people should be instructed and trained to obey the laws, the ministers might well devote some of their time and talent, in instructing the people as to their duties in citizenship, they should be taught to obey the laws, not to violate them. People who persist in driving their cars on Sunda.vs knowing that they are violating a request made by the fuel controller, as a war measure, are not. good citizens. One of the chief requisites of good citizenship, is obedience to law, orders or requests given by those in authority. I believe that it i.