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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETIIBRIDGF. DAILY HERAli) TIU'HSDAY. OCTOBER 17,1918 .-i_____j"ae= ' the object of meeting them to see If ' we cannot prove that some of the arrangements would work u hardship on ; our members, u* should the recommon-jdatlons iro Into tone It will mean, in | some cas.es. the taking away from us I of ptivileges we now enjoy." T ON LENINE'S LIFE Brotherhood of Railway Employees Discussing It With Government. � WilHipeK. Oct IT.-- H F Lawrence.; ot Fort William, geueral . luirautt of, the grievance i-ntuiirittiv of th- t'a'.ui I dlan Brotherhood of Railway Kmplov-ees: H. ; II . A. trooper and .1. A St finer. Iniv,. ixieu j In session m Winnipeg, durum tti" last ten darf. in online.-tloi! with ;li-threatened disruption between this \ body .mil the Canadian i s 'Mr. I.iiwreiVe last nigh'- -aid th .it , the committee ho- been discussing' �.~hm!u!e fur !?> pa-! t-'ti day- with' w A. ("owau. Kcneral superitr.er.ilen' 1 Of the Cai.ailhtn i.'iivcrtinien: railw.tv; 'that a � il-'uil'.ocs has been reported in the negotiations dif to she company's i hands hrtitiK tied In the recent supple.; ment No T i.f -U" McAdoo award He continued 'A>V> iir.. exchanging �;r"- at thej present time witb th� war li.i.ird w ,th ! Communication] under tuli lietdlng must biwr the signature* ot lbs writers WHAT IS THE SOLUTION [alitor of The Herald Sir. a number of letters have recently been published ;n the Herald conuitiius sensational and emotional criticism* in regard to immoral con ditious in 'his ii!\ Uut in my esti illation, not on-- sun-1, reasonable, prac tical 01 I'hrist an siiKRestion has been made by any of these w-:i*ers which, could possibly -.tart a r��fo: ma! ion of the condition louiplained of The seqrepated i|i�tr!ct can he rlesfld up. and the erring women dtiven out of it. hut wlwre are they going to be driven 'o' T'nev are not beasts. th"y can't live out on the open prairie, society will not tolet.t'e them to live m their midst, no mailer how sincere 'heir efforts 10 reform may he. society de, rees that they are outcasts. Amatsrdam, Oct. 16.-Another attempt has baen made on the Ufa of Nikolai Lenine, the Bolsheviki premier, according to the Leipzig Abend Zeitung'a Kiev correspondent. L�nine � received a bullet in the shoulder from a revolver in the hands of M. Dwanit/ke. of the Information bureau of the Soviet. Dwanltzke was arrested nonnre Judgment on all win, especially the poor harlot. ' Well might tho words be well spoken by our Dlvlnu i Master, "Him that |s without alu. let' him oast tho llrst' stone." With your permission Mr. KMIior. 1 will hrlns In mlml for the henelll of all uty Christ-Ian friends two cases of young Rtl'ls i who fell by the wayside, not pioatl-; linen, which occurred in this city j eight years ago. The minister o( a I certain church was interested in these ; unfortunate girls: he sought high ami i low among his own church people for jn harbor of refuge but failed: and the lot of the good Samaritan fell upon the Salvation Army Ofllcer. ('apt. Adams, to assist our fallen sisters. I am more than ever convinced when human nature Is in citremity. the -- service of love, mercy and firmness. thev are 'he arena, be, ause thev have i *',,(ll brother erred against It- rules, thev must ac f,onl falling over the precipice of des-cept and sii.v..|- its extreme penalties � palr 11 ml l,llattl1'' i,s 1 briefly and hon-tio forsHeness. m. chance to regain 'Miounded my views on this dlf- th-ir lost character. It judges ami ,u'"u "luesllon. I will give a few re-dams them forever without merev 1 '"arks by some of our best public men These fallen women are human be- - *: The Kev llr .lowett said them have been valued Il'" occasion. The Salvation Army is principally engaged in tho ministry of redeeming our Kngllsh caltban. the Salvation Army is today ings. niftdy and respeceil inembers of society and I they miRli! be anatn if. instead of persecution, the helping hand of real ;  h'.'istian cliHi-ity were extended to ' tlicm i Where an- 'he men who. in most i.ises. have been the cause of these! unfortunate women Ileitis outcasts. bettiR the dregs. Have they been; persecuted and driven out of society? \r� they beiuK hounded by society amotiR men and women round about whose lives there p.ciier no softening | alluring intlnences of culture and re- j tinenient; and have they any trophies ; to show; have they i deemed any Cali- ] bans? I am amazed a' their triumphs.; Why their ranks are full of them. My  labors and Ministry are cast in an-1 other splm.'c. but mv faith In the re- J Start Every Day With a Clean, Sweet Mouth MAYBE you don't know It, but those bad teeth of yours are largely responsible for that tired feline and "furry" ta-te in you: nuurh when you Ket up in the niornitii: i,.>t us put your teeth in shape and then note th" difference. You'll feel bright ami abrt every morninst. ready for anyttiinc; and your breath will he sweet and wholesome at ail time?, Ixm't delftv in such an important matter And should vou dread a dental operation, remember . Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. I . , , , , ' i other splm.'c. but mv i.iiin i" uic re- .and the polhe departments from one, K(,m,rutJni. powul. pt ,Up Gospel of I tend of the country to the other Not : ,.,,.,_,, u monlh by montu Pnrlched as ! likely: they were only sowinK their j , rt,.l(1 and hPilr tll0 storics �t their wild oats. 1 hey have another stand ard of morals, which i conquests. It is blind stupidity of us I ,. , . . l"':ut> r0l'0|?'!tr> -it at home and shape our theories | nues which is not so severe or exact- . , ounnot ,e done. Let us, ;" y "'fDrtard which women , indolent tiieorizlnps and go I must conform to. L ntll peopet who, 1 oil Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. ; are i laniinering to infl'.c' more hard- | ship, suffering and humiliation on j these poor unfortunate women, will  ! offer some humane, practical and reas- j 1 onable t'liristlan suggestions, as to ; j how. and where they are to I've, their, 'emotional pleas at the pretense of re- i ! formation, is nothing but mere chaff ' land they are showing a ver> poor! | christian spirit in hounding the eitv j : administration to persecute them by: i driving them out. when they have no' i place to go. I believe that the real 1 I foundation for building -trong -rs iis '(i their duly ' iunards so-ty. out as there are min- ! i�ters who -'-ems to fee! �omp-tent. ' J and do give advi. . l' i might le- e\ri,..ed for ixpt'-siitg an , opinion which. Mtheiwi-'- would be i cnlisideied feps.de m mv -ph | , It seems 'u me tliat ni.uiv mini-tcrs \ 'are too min h given in t!o- \i-e of vis-1 1 binary methods, in dealing with  i n-i .li'ioti*. win. h can nut be succes-fullv ibal; with: from that .standpoint 1 '� believe ;)ie prohibition law., whah was , so highly recommended by t;-.e minis-) ters and proh.hition workers, has � | prove.! to be only a visionary method of dealing with the consumption of , liquor, it is only a cover up measure. ; the same applies u> the MICROS! ion* male in regard to the immoralltv In this city The complaint is made that the aiuhorittr his daily duties in parliamen' often visited as a ("oris', inn nlutej.nj.it' many a slum tenement to Ic.tig and new Jife socially to tile pact' and ou'rasts of humanity aga.n vol e my np - outspoken convio gallon question iu In coucludiili: preojatioil of y tion on the m y vnur editorial I* S- Tin-defence of v.  In a spirit of :>� need a helping useful life. Veurs tritlv. ii Dawson '-.- is not' writ!, n in and prostitution, hut tUtion for those who band to a better and Dollars ^..Health KRv^V Health pius\ Dollars �'^^vl^V^s The accumulation^'a*fortune W to be spent by others is a poor � * consolation ' when one realizes,' | too late, that if he had played more and worked less, he would i nor have sacrificed his health for his dollars,' ibut would have had his dollars plus his health. 7000 Western^ Canadians Spent iTheir ^Winter last "year in the Pacific Northwest, recovering their health, increasing their vitality, broadening their outlook on life, assimilating a spirit of cheerfulness through enjoying the temperate climate, wonderful scenery, golf and motoring in.British Columbia, Washington and Oregon.,1 Your Wife Needs a Vacation this~\vinter; her health demands it. Wrii( for a booklet on the Whole Paeifie SorthxvestTor'one'' an Coifing, Mountaineering, Automobiling, Yacht-ui- forever prejudiced, would do well to practice the chief j Conscious of lurking dangers In the command of God to one of his ser-, present situation, from a battlefield vants in those thre� words. Faith, | drenched with the hlood of their oom-! Hope and Charity; I am fully aware rades, the m en who may die in the bat-; the law and order of any city or I ties of totnoi row expect and pray that ! nation should be respected by all cit- ' our young nation shall raise ita voice �izens; but I believe in many instances ' and exert i's full strength to defeat when the law has been carried out in j the devilish endeavors o' Gorman dip-ju.stice and mercy, it has been the : lomacy Complete victory is within means of leading men and women | our reach. Let us have it ho that the from a life of crime to a nohler life. I blood of our braved and beat shall not Our mission in this world is to condemn sin and wickedness which has prevailed In the old Bible days, na It does now sometimes in spiritual high places. On the other side we are commanded by our Savior to preach tho sospnl of Jesus Christ which Is to seek and to save the lost; not the righteous. Dear Editor, wo find in the world today the same clasH of scrlhes and Pharisees who were so prominent In Christ's day*-, fTTor ready to pro- have been shed in vain and generations yet unborn shall know that the sacrifices we content to make and the bitter sorrows we have endured have not been wit hunt justification or purpose. 1 Signed 1 "CMMtrilK." Lieut.-Col. t'y Peek. D.S.O., of Prince Rupert, II.C. member of parliament for Skeena constituency, has boeu wounded in action. SWEATER WOOL THF CTMDCAM C(\ Grey Knitting Yarn 40c 155 SIMroUIN 10. $2.25 CONG. BALLS LIMITED per lb. Bigger and Better Than Ever are the Stocks of Seasonable Merchandise At This Store Novelties in Silks, Waists, Gloves, Neckwear, Coats, Dresses and Skirts Many Other Lines of Ready-to-Wear arriving by express daily. " -and Another Lot of NEW COATS by Express WOMEN'S AND MISSES' VELOUR COATS In all the wanted i-hades. late stylos. Moderately priced. Colors burgundy, taupe, brown, navy and groen. Swrll Coats at $30.00 up to $45.00 PLUSH COATS In a big variety of styles. Plain or real fur trimmings, full satin lined. ^ Priced at $35.00, $45.00 up to $75 RECEIVED BY EXPRESS TODAY NOVELTY CLOTH SKIRTS P.ift ucud materials In shadow plaids and rh-�'kr. Priced at......$17.00 and $18.50 Mere FINE WAISTS by Express from five of the Best Manufacturers in the East A greiiter stock of fine walM- than we've >\ci le-.-n aide to show any previous v.isnn. GEORGETTE WAISTS The d.i:ntle~t ihiiii;'. y!.. .1, , 1 i nlli'" Each.........$6.50 up to $12.00 CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS Qtl.ili'tea th.it w ill give ~:t'i-, i.� 1  � r> wear tti .1!! tin leading shades also black end whit- Priced at......$5.00 up to $10.00 ANOTHER NEW LI32 TO HAND WOMEN'S POPLIN DRESSES . Ti.e licst f | u  I it y Silk Poplin. Made ii|i in .iinai' -itvi. s iu shad'i oj burgundy, bin-, brown, taup-aail black. Selling at Each...........$18.75 EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD IN WOMEN'S SWEATER COATS Light and Medium Weight Pure Wool Coats at . $7.50 and $9.00 Heavy Pure Wool Coats, Selling at. . $9.00, $11.00 and $12.00 RICH TAFFETA AND HABUTAI SILK WAISTS Mice blue pule gr.-y, ...... $8.50 '' If. li  hi shiid'V. of �.,n IVel '� .11.d til.lci, F.ach . ........ HABUTAI SILK WAISTS 1:> i-l.fi. ami ivoiv ,.).] . l.iMd at n-rk. Selling at.......$3.75 up to $5.00 FINEST VOILE WAIST IN WHITE ONLY '�lie !-'! liillge nf .l.'b'it ., l.d le!r�i. s Priced at $3.50, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00 See Us Ftr Boys' Clothing Hats Caps Underwer Sweaters Suspend rs Gloves Mitts and Warm1 Hosiery _ Warm Blankets and Quilts Will Soon Good News from the Boys' Department ALL READY FOR THE RUSH THAT COOLER DAYS ARE SURE TO BRING. SWEATER COATS FOR BOYS Tin- pure wiiui kind in plain or stripes in shades brown. gYeen. navy, khaki, wine and grey. Selling at each......$5.00 and $5.50 Also Others at $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00 BOYS' BETTER TWEED SUITS Made up In belted style* from Pure Wool Scotch Tweed* iii 'mixture* of bruwn grey and blu<\ Sizes 29 to 35 at............$15.00 Also Good Styles at $10.00, $8.00, $7.00 BOYS'TRENCH HATS OF TWEED, VELVET AND CORDUROY Each.............$1.50 and $1.75 BOYS' TWEED AND CLOTH CAPS Knitted Htmtn bands, 'heavy tops with peak, assorted patternti and colors. Each............$1.00 up to $1.75 12-4, the largest Cotton Blankets in white or grey, pair.........$4.00 AMERICAN BLANKETS Plain white or fancy patterns, extra large size, pair ... $7.50 and $10.00 Always a Big Variety to Select from and Always Right in Price at Simpson's be Wanted Cotton Filled Bed Quilts or Comforters Full Size, each .... $4.00 and $5.00 Eiderdown Quilts . .. $8.50 to $25.00 A Big Range of Coverings in Sateen and Silks. THE SIMPSON CO. LIMITED ;