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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ililDAY, SKPTF.MBRR 20. 191r PAGE THRF.R �*�>Y~ ) PO/SH SOME REASON � I-f SHALL HIDE IN HCAH, pLEASE SAY \OU HAVEN'T SEEM j HE?] I'M LOOKIM' VHR^TTSnitlK IfWl WANTA SEE Hlh ON [0PF*CV��- BIZHES*-WHERE K WEU.-1 DOKY KNOW jPosmvEUY WHERE -1 j (he is, sh&piKrBtfr I IP I VVAS LOOKIM' him, i'd take j Pi LOOK IN YHrVT I CLOSET im^hese. OF ^A, SIR, BUT I'VE *Cr AS f\ E-PuYY-SHEkW; AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL! N'lOW SCHOOL or Onsiolino KiirIiicci-. Inf; will npeu In Lothlindgo on of iboul. Or.i. let, KiviiiR practical train., j iruc on mpjilrinf: awl operating ga.i Irartoni, nutotiiobiln.m ami . stationary onijinns. Spfif)-�o.- '--�L_.Lii-. IE r l� AL1ZED VIC The follnwiw; open letter fromMnyor � i  1 v b.:ch, in ishod bv d Vice ha.-Icrald for pun !.". a ]1.t I try!': ti'lM. Villi iiii' Hni-ilio, lo () F I is to 'l\at recently pa Vr �''�llhaeh on l.i".;;;l Veen forwarded to t!i' Hi iiioa: To (i. I*, rrsfiiliarlr. '. iiavi.1 noticed your letter la (he � of Sept. Mill of Hie LoHilirldK  aid entitled " Legalized Vice." u-n inclined to lliliik that you are to (jxprcn'i an lionet roilv'c-but without knowb-dia' of write, mid with tlm in view I !"iini; to answer your Iiti>-r in moderate lancn.but not bectusr it deserves mndi cotiMdemtloii. In my Judgment a proper troiinciu:; in unmeasured Lini:u'>;i\ is what should )� it 1 vi ii. because It our city in known a* you any, "from a standpoint, of tin-(1,'tunrlii tolerance we arc known as a wide npi'ii lowll." it Is mil licence it Is a fact, but because. (>| wicked and untrue stateipeii!s made by you and your kind, who are foolish enough lo v. rltn utitrntlifully and nnnuardeiily about matters y.-.-u display a woeful li;noratioj of. Are you visitini; tho "I'olnt" that, you hear the "all night, honk of the taxi, not only down at tile point, but through the residential districts as well. I am around a :rreat deal, and seldom hear any "bonk" nnywhere. Ai" you around the town more than 1. who am responsible the jiuhlu; safety'.' 1 have liiiantiliiM of literature, sta-11  i i-Bervr.iioii are able to locale each Individual in hla class almost Immodia-tcdy. In this hlonding wo find thorn nro three physical condltloiui in huniaii nature: these are. tho nulmnl, tin-moral ami tho spiritual. I liavo to uso thrco wlmro two would ho uoiiivi tho truth, for tho olio and Hiniplo roa-on that a man may he of u very high feoral typo without any bollof what-*ror in religion; inon HUo Uord Mor-toy, Rohon lngorsol and llnxloy. Notice that thoso Ihroo nntiuia amongst linmlroriH that aro ut my flngor tips, am In tho hlghor walks not suhjoet to cotutltloiiB of llfo that tend to animalism, In tho Honuo that inon who aro too much with horses nro llablo to bo "horaoy," or inon who nro loo much Willi slioop aro llkoly to ho "Hheepy." A man "fnuut by tint vnry forces of nut urn ho influoi.cod by his onviron-lnont. Thou If i. man has inherited a largo degree of animalism and little of �|)ir-Hualily or morality, and Is pi .cod by o.lrctiinstancoH of birth and nature in this world without his saucfion, Is Ii possible to idmngo hi. nature? l-'ur-thor, a had man (so called I is nevor mado good by force. A.i Irriillgloii.-i liuin can not ho made rollglotis by 1 any procoas but roammluK. Ho nmy j bo Roiivorted Into a consuniniatii by- I lioi'i'itti, bul not Into a real and truly j Christian cluirnctor' Who ul'ler all is u really ('hrwtiun i character'.' He is not neutral-, he is simply a good man with till the attri-bule.i of mind and heart acllon. and who desires tho uplifting fit' his fel-lowjijeii, who have not hud the opportunity of being well born or placed in uplifling, environment!!. Such a man need not. necessarily be a believer In tho Christian religion, nor nood lie follow the beaten path of dogmatism. If animalism Is a factor In human nature, has not. nature al?o made provisions lo take care of It; Is animalism a respecter of sex? I need not elaborate. If nature then has wisely provided both sexes in like number.-! In meet the conditions of nature, are we to consider ourselves wiser than nature, and decide that we poor weak mortal!; with help, from whence you like. ;ue going lo change creation or even build up a hypocritical condition nf making things seem what they arc not. 1 do not deny possible progress in human nature; we have its history and we know it has made progress upward, but not. very rapidly. If it lias made progress slowly in reducing an-imalisni. it has also made progress slowly in laming religious intolerance, and making it more humane. We do not adopt the Spanish Inquisition or burn people at the stako today. A "minimum of loir-ration." as we have it does not ne the sense you have tried to prove, but rather that, conditions only aro allowed that we cannot prevent, or only equal to those wo cannot prevent. The district you refer to is as Millet, as any districl in toivil. It is not allowed to be. a rendezvous. Il Is under tho strictest, surveillance, which is effective because nf the fact that, all irregularities can be dealt, with for i promptly and drastically. | There is no more orderly city in prairie provinces than l.otli'oridge, evidenced by the )^ct that iTspertahlo poop;,- ean be on the streets at all hours of Hie night and day without fear of insult. This is made possible I iee| sure, with our small police force, by our S.V.ilem. If all you say is true, where Is your Christian spirit? AVliat are you doing for these fallen women: have you provided any placo for them to go to when you have driven them oul? N'o. you simply drive them jnlo the street to solicit, ami have clandestine assignations which you cannot control, and make them the tools of organized vice. You build up the damnable cnndiliou they have in a bus Two Western Men Members of the Newly Organized Hoard -Hanna is at the Head mess man. an sevral of the b industrial iiiKliiut Mr. Hamilton ; Weyburn dlHtihi. .study of transport particular refercn -M. llanna, the from l he ranks i 1MM� lie was apj" intendorit. of the Since t hen, he ha sidonf, and goner. I i; connected with aditit; financial a ml j ions of thai. city. - a farmer in I he vlio ban made a si ion problems, wit h ii � to agriculture. I  l  - -; > I - � 111. 1ms risen i: railway work. In clued general supev-| auadian Northern. been third vice-pre-1 manager. ;ood city we all know; a condition that is the gnsilest menace that 1 know of to the moral side of human nature. It Is tho worst city that 1 know of for clandestine assignations, and is so admitleil by many good people In Unit. city. The-ro aro many other phases that your letter brings up which need ^answering, but a reply Is impossible ou account of paper space. I'ublic opinion must rule, and I am not averse to il. When I know what it. roally Is I will bo guided by it even in spite of my knowledge and judgment. 1 have said so before but 1 cannot, judge of It by your letter. Now sir, about tho soldiers who aro fighting for tho freedom of the world. If you aro wiso you will keep your mouth shut, and your pen still until you have some real first hand inside information. You liavo written lint ! in your letter a bell of a lot of (rush, that Is a reflection not only on tho boys at th� front, but on those who aro homo from the front, and morn and worse you have reflected on their lclu-folk wherever they may be. My advice to you is to get busy and offer your heartfelt apology for the insult, offered, whether latiuuied or not, for II is there. Yours trulv, \V. IX h. K:\nniK, -M ayor. Ottawa, Sept. IK.- The reorganized Canadian Northern directorate will consist of: "D. It. Manna, president; Robert. Ilobson, Hamilton; frank .lones, vice-chairman of the War Trade Hoard; K. K. Wood, Toronio; It. T. Riloy, Winnipeg; C. M. Hamilton, Weyburn, Sank.: A. J. Mitchell; Major Hell, deputy minister of railways. Mr. Hanna, Mr. Mitchell and Major Hell aro already on the board. The other live aro additions. Mr. Hobson has 17 years' experience In railroad work, in which he was engaged up to ISM!. He is a son of the late Joseph Hohsotl, who was chief engineer of the (.Irand Trunk system until his retirement In 1!)"7. Tho now member of the C'.N.R. directorate is a member of the American Instituto of toleration in I ,Mining Knsineors. He has been intimately connected with the production of Iron and steel in Ontario. In limn, ho was president of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association. l'Yank Percy Jones was born at Hrockvllle, Out. For some years he was in the service of the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal company, and afterwards became general manager'of Hie Dominion Iron and Steel company. He filled this position from lima to lHOfi and then became manager of the Canada Cement company. I'pon the formation of tile War Trade board. Mr. Jones was appointed its vice-chairman. K. R. Wood, Toronto, was formerly a telegraph operator. In 1S S - J. he entered the service of the Central Canadian Loan and Savings company, of which lie later became president and managing director. Mr. Wood was for some years a member of the Canadian Northern railway board. R. T. Riley is a prominent Winnipeg matter. Mr. ('abler outlined the situation as follows: "Kxemptions were granted to Men-nouites under the agreement of 187e. Hy special provision, these Meimonltes in Canada at thatjtime or Ibos.i directly affected by tho agreemeilt of 1S73 were granted special exemption. It had been further generally recognized that the exemption applies to their desi endents in Canada. AIT other Mennimites are classed with tho other conscientious' objectors, such as the Quakers and Timbers. Tho Military Service act exempts them, but only from combatant service. Further, they must be in good standing and live up to the tenets of their failii. "Menininitos roming to Canada from Ihp I'liHed States are United Stales citizens and cannot becomo Canadian citizens until they have lived in Canada for n period of live years. Therefore, these do not come under tho Military Scrvico act anil are not granted any exemptions by tho Canadian government. As soon as they come into Canada (hoy immediately become liable under the provisions of tin* United States military convention regulations, as published in order-in-conneil Aug.. and are. subject to draft under the convention." LOST AND FOUND STRAYED-N.K. "l2-!i-ai, lot No. n!i2i). 1 small blue!; sow, with 7 pigs. Owner Hay have :oime by paying expenses. \j. R. Shnim. Coaldalo 'iW'.Ut iTost-'-'eOTrtlie 17th. ii"!ir the Federal Coal Mine, one siicili No. 12 gunge double-barrelled !:|i"iKim. Kinder please leave at. McDonald's Cun Shop. L'e7" HOST-On "Sunday last, probably on 5th St. S., gift. ]S'h' new grey silk kid gloves. Owner would be very glad to recover these, ath St. S. STRA YK I)-Since cow, branded on 1 reward for return Street North. Miss Shir! Mav nth. �ft ribs. ?! to 117 1!�t FOl'NI)-One black mare, unbroken, branded f l connected, or f. j. connected, on right thigh. Owner may liavo same by paying expenses. Ida M. Hanson, Turin. Alberta. "ari-n LOST-tlrey geldmg f years old, weight about lbs. foretop clipped, l-lS'"i, and the arret of the parties who stole same from Hie Parkland Hotel. David Clarke. Parkland. Alta. S'A-f, STRA VKIi- I'roiti my farm at Product, one brown team geldings, well matched, weight about 2!);i0 lbs. brand-ed on right thigh, quite dim. RftJ Last hoard from east of Loth-lull bridge giving north. Write or phone II. R. Johnson, New Dayton, or I-. F. Rimnell, Lethbrldge. L'lM-u FOR SALE-(Agricultural) FOR SALK. Large i|uaulity of upland prairie hay. also green' feed (oats). Quote offers f.o.b. Lloydminster. R. .1. Thibaiideau. Lloydminster, Sask. ":',l-f, FOR SALK I poll of pure bred white Wyanilottes. M' hens ami rooster. ?l.r,; also ramie choice pullets and cockerels. L. O. Kane. 1404 14th Ave. S. ":'.7-nx FOR SALIC Four to five hundred tons good upland hay. Phone or wire offers K.O.R. Consort, Alberta. This is all good bay. Holmes and Todd, Consort, Alberta, Phono 17. S2',-l> FOR SALK "> brood mares with colt at foot, weight. HiOfl to Mad lbs. 2 Ihree year old geldings, 1 two year old filly. Write P. O. Hox ,",7t City, or phone Rural 1000. City. 'S-\il Nursing Mission PURE TOSH MILK From tiiberculosls-toBtOil cows -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do no dally. Tho milk In froo to thoao who cannot pny for It, and at coat to thono who can. DRAYING Of All Klndi WesternTransferCo, Limited �ffl��-c, P. R. Freight thiO* PHONES Offla* .. Ubl�� . nit 10** everything in accounting -.i audits, investigations, '"' 6y3tems installed, income tax returns, business tax return3, book-keeping, financial statements. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY spors to Henderson, Reld and I'a'.erson) Rooms 5-G Ac.idla Bldg. 612 Third Avenuo S. 320 Acres ii ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF $1.00 down, balnneo half crop. Rest buy In district.. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Vulcanizing! Have your tiros and tuhoR repaired at Hie Central where, you get. .dollar for dollar's worth of tervice and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Rlowouts, Rlmciits, Spots and Jvtltb; Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 PHONE 733 for THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. Will John 11. King, formerly of .Van-ton, i,r anyone who lias knowledge of s whereabouts kindly communicate Mb l)i awer W, ('algal y. -_;*.� 1 ->; FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) (WIumi ftcplllnit Mention Tho Hfr.ilfll FDR SALK What about gelling, an j organ for Ihe winter'.' We have a very I pretty Roll 1 image design, walnut finish, mirror lop. Price $r, Kasy terms. .11.a.-or. itisi h. Limited. Hal-moral Rlod,.. Lethbiidge. Ht'.S-l d Irish retriever", old. Apply Ilox Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms lai-122 New P. Hums Building, Corner Kih Ave,, and "nil St. Kant, Calgary. Office Phono M2S4S Residence Phono M2077 Interne, and House Surgeon, Manhattan Rye, Far, Nos0 and Throat Hospital, New York City, l'Jll-1014. Specialist to Cnlnary School Boord Tractor Repairs Wo speclnllzo In rehnrlnjc (tas tractor cylinders, and fitting ovorBlr.e pistons and rlnrjB. Wo hnvo In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 210 1st Ave. s. BROS. Phone 1732 Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with It the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Lxpert. work. Hot air furnace work a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth, St. 8. Lethbrldge, Alta. FOR Pure br, year and four moutli.-Herald. ALL' Act FOR S $t'>7"..IMI. j Ltd. I FOR SALK land ma 11 res Wilton rut; McLaughlin l>;i,ri model, quick. Lcthbridge Motors L';:;;-'i -Two enamel beds, springs ics, dressed Morris chair, x 1". Phone :MS: 'Jl'.M', / EfeJ&G:TR!CAL/> AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W. L. McKENZIE & CO. Phone 637 706 3rd Ave. s. FOR SALK North country prairie hay. now ready.for shipment. Write us for free freight application forms, if hay Is for cattle or sheep. Farm Products, Ltd., JIS Sherlock Building. 234-r. F()H~SALK -Kntire 'bunch of prixe winning thoroughbred black l.angshan chickens, consisting of 2 cocks, 7 hens, cockerels, 10 pullets, also goad-sized chicken coops and runs. A. V. (Ilhhons, 123R fith Ave. A, South. ":t2-i; W1C WER 10 FORTUNATE ill contrail-ing for hay AND FEED, price was right and both wore cut right, and the. good footling iiualltles' u\n there. Patterson, McKlnnon & Rell.Wuion Rank Chambers, Phono 1S04, offer No. 1 upland hay, slough hay, oat food, wheat food, rough hay at bottom prices. 23K-li HAY! HAY! PATTERSON, McKlNNON & RKLL, Union yank Chambers, offer best upland hay, excellent alough hay and wheat hay, lulled, f.o.b. shipping point, car lots special prices. Free freight application forms for fin-morn can bo ! had. 2:>ti-i) j ANNUAL SALE OF 100 S.C. White i Leghorn yearjing lions, lo make room ' for young stock, $1.25 each, selected j;$1.50 each. A limited number of S. C. I Whito Leghorn cockurels bred from ! foumlos from I). B. Ferris' highest re-i cord laying pens. $1.50 to $2.Oil each. Also White Wyandotte cockerels broil from oxhlbillon mnlo (j. S. Martin strain) and ffimalos from his Dorcas lino $2.00 to $.1.00 each. Frod Senior, yil'.O. box 712 City 234-0 FOR SAL'.'. -Roll organ for $ I Easy lenns. Walnut case. Musi be � sold this week. Willis Piano Co.. Hull' j Block. 3rd Ave. S. 33S-I ; i FOR SALK-Order your props and j cedar prists nud cord wood now. Pellv- ' ered in short notice. Allen Reunion, Caithin^s, B.C., about :;n miles west of Fernie. 211-0 TYPEWRITERS FOR SALIC-lender-wood, JUS.on; Remington, $4S.(Mi; Royal. $.'!">.nil; Oliver, $40.00; Smith-Premier, $20.tin; RemliiK'on, $4',.nil; Typewriters repaired. Evorall and Franks. Sinnolt Block. 22HO THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of nli kinds. Agents for tho World Famous Delco Lifjht Country wiring a. specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 FOR SALK-New ti-ni 7x7x2, S o/.. diijk $S.m>; 4i�� fi.. inch rope, fimil as new $4.iii>. fai'i.Ort Urantl'ord bicvcle, not. 3 mouths in use, will sell for $2a.(iu cash. Can be seen at, aid lith Ave. S. between 7 and S p.m. 237-3 FOR SALE-A pair or Ioiir raime field glasses, French make, l'J verres, admirably suiled for farmers or ranchers for locating lost horses or cattle. A genuine barnuin. Can be seen and tried. Apply Box 1, Herald, Loth-briilKO. _ 233-ii GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE OREIONFlRLirs EXl'IlANOE litll St.' south, (Next to Siuipson>|). .Second hand furnituro bought, sold or ox-J changed. Our motto: Reasonable prices and a sipiaro deal, tllvo us a trial. Phono (120. W A1 )I) IN G TON, THE AUCTIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURN1TURR. TIP TOP PRIO*? EITHER WAY. CONSULT BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER � P. M. 169. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E BUILDING, 10TH ST. S. AUCTIONEER Lont; experience In stock anil farm machluory. Sales conducted in any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Datee and Rates Call The Oowsley Land Agency, Letb-brldne. Phone 1609 r N L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Dagnago Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Ub. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Leth-bridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone -Store I hone 1869 1450 I SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIOGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP* H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Avo. S. Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall \>2L dont r^i^ FORGET i^S THE WAR VETERAN WH*N YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please; npL'fX* Sec'y Veterans' Clt* Phone 37t CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBEB g-4)1� B/+.? 37 4?7?3806 994812 ;