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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SKPTF'MRF.I. 21, PAGE THRi;i'; I HAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Well W ^ 5Ah HlUL_ ] >��'' nolo, v." of l!;iy including: Timothy, Timotiiy with Clover, Alfalfa and Prairie Hay. Tb> carlot HAY BUYERS If at" open to buy flow or will li" buying during tlio comim; month: ilriiji us ti. lino �t.iting w-:..-ti fcm.I of H.-iy yon :ir- "i'''-'"'I ii.. !>limit what  I'mi.iuv >>� v.!l| -.niit anil wo iI( 1" op >'; !*�!!;.' |io tod a ; to MR. URSENBACH'S REPLY Killinr Herald Inasmuch a: 'Legalized Vic." lias brought, tol'th .'�mil a tirade of itimloiioe anil abuse from Mayor llai'dio Mr. i'noi ot.ul., i trust vim will kindly i;lv space, to (llil Oil"'. I1 is rcirrettahlc. if not lamentable. Hi. t moulders of public opinion, as to I to above should � lop t'o' l>i)iii|i|.i~i11-i .'tonic 1. there  iiinhi your val-ln o\ in i I'l'ly, not' li.ill U at tmsphorc n:' ii ii t >�� mi:t11. i" liatul, 1 have lti"":i :. sr1111 o;11 hi' social problems for many vi'.iV:. ami in my travels tl.roirrh oven nations ami o\ i r murh of til" (iittod hate.-. I hav itisun at ion>. War with . it a it a sea r!! ].ri-asi'"il. i'lai. porlinp.-. not havi- Immmi .Ii.. oviisl :..! man.', had no' liio ins ! ��� i: y of war's  1 i r > 11 � ;� Kur'po �inlay, and it !�> this Dial oaii'-od Am-  i Iran iniiii rv aat liori! io s to adopt ilra-tir iH'ij at ionary ni".i i .ai foot, not in lori-o hy Isrt. for that is largely futllo not hy p.ihro l'orrr, for that Is pn/voii Inado'iiriti- Inn to toaoli youni; and old aiiUo tin- sourro and  ict-filtnvs of lit.-, and o.-pimliiily to lmil'l in thi' soldi.!� hoy liioso i|iiali-tios that will iiiiiKo him resist temptation. To thi- end millions of pamphlets are heini; circulated throughout ll.e nation under the auspices of the war depart nieiit. medical or^ani | gatioii'i, stale hoards of health audi iiyj'ii'llll' societies, ami here let ine j i|llole I rum pamphlet Xo. :(, hearing j the caption: "'i'lie Venereal Disease: | "The has made It necessary fori the ii.iiloiis to face frankly the prop-! lein of venereal ill-eases. The failure of Kiiropean nations to recomiize llielr seriousness has resulted In the �withdrawal of hundreds of thousands of (roups who hail liecoine lucapacit-iiloil for service hecausn of these (II-noases, 'I'd pre\ent such conditions hm have (li'Veloiied in Kiiropean armies, the wa." and navy departments �if the t'niteil States are develoiiluK a thorough hygiene program. What is heini; ilon i within the camps ami In the communities in the vicinity of the camps, however, is insufficient." Permit me to say for Mr. I'ettley'.s heiieflt, thai 1 have nowhere referred to Canadian soldiers or to any nation in particular. N'or have I infernal that the "hoys' contracted their trouhle at the front, hence the cliar�ei luiil against ine are unfair. If tile condition Is dcplonihie at the front, it must troiiuently he ei|iiiilly luul in the environment Irom which the soldier "nine. I i|tiotu ilKitln from the siilnti hrochiire: "I'diulllions In tlin army dopoml largely on conditions tlinni|?hoiit the civilian population. In one canton-lncilt 1 mill cases of venereal disease �wei'iuiU'tea'toil, Boon after tlio opotiltiK of the oaiii)). It was found that some of thnso canes orlKlmitod, not In the camp, hut in cities and towns from which the men had come ami lliroiiKli which they hail passed on tholr way to the camp," I'Vom tlio foreKoliiK II i� ntlloifiil to Infer that i^rhiijiH, to a very Rrout extent, tlio infected soldiers �t the front may he suffering as u result of "Ilie sins of the fathers heliif; visited iili.'iii the children." When the I'lilMul States entered the. war, she was determined to Inko such jirecanlUmi-ry measures an to not partake of the sad ilellmimi that Kn-vnpo hud experienced, hul when the ten million recruits were examined, Anierlcs's ill �aippoint nienl wan m'iive Indeed. When (lie National Conference -of Social Workers met al Kansas City, ill which some L'liDil dele);nlns I'runi the various stales and Camilla convened Ui view of thi- social uplift iinil moral welfare of AmerOa, a report was made from a department, of tin- war, that of thi' ten million examinations, twenty live per cent, ior two and a half million of mini were rejected lor infection wiln social disease-. Can we wonder al America's alarm when such a -taitlini; revelation is pro; opted'.' On April first of fills, year there were 11"."I'll I'nited States, soldiers In hospital", bill I .-rill i; iniiii m nereftl iiil'ec tioii. Statistic unlimited are available hut space will not permit tli'lr further coiihfitcrulloii here. Now lo satisfy the demands of Mi"., is. Ooi| and l'ettley as to the ] "law ami testimony" c.overiiifj state-| tneni.s made in my former article. I refer you to War liulletlu No. 1 Issued j hy the war department under the cup. j .'ion; "Smash the I,Ine." And as tot the icKic'-'iitod district. It wlli do Mayor llardl" Kood. perhaps, to read this same pamphlet as if Is stiictly, against hi. ideals of municipal maintenance, as regards tlio seKreyated district. Now J wish to Inform the Honorable Mayor tint I have nothing to retract j but on the oilier hand would pnocri Klvltn; an exhaustive article against j thi* soi;rei;.iteil ditiict In any town] "! city of  ivili/.at ion. lor pronreoi demands, as no enter the new world f'"ler. t ion, that civilization evolve above the at �iiosplieie of tin' .-enri i;at- �d iiiutriet with all its roni'iin-. m vice-, and finicluiliiiK on thi- su'nject I wish to from the Knitcd States ijovernuieiit pamphlet, "Smash (lie Line," pace .V "There are nvo vitally important re.i-on; why every citizen must fiKlit t!i" si'K'-oc lied district: I. lleea'.l e the e 11 iii ill a I inn nf the se �e|;ated district and the c,in.;... � inent repression of prostitution will be mij-hty factors In wl'inlni; the war! r.ecau-.e In this way only can the fines: clvlli/atlou he promoted, the !i:;:ii."t ideals and the creates! economic cftlclcllcy lie tloVOloped - alter the war is over " I am happy to admit that I."thhridr,o i- one of tin prettie--t cities on the prairie, mlierwl.." 1 would not nave hoiii;l:t a home here, hut that we are what we should be morally 1 do not admit. How niiieli bettor could our city liu it" we would Kive it a oleiiiiiiiK up. and what better time than r!i;!.t now to do so? Why not fall Into line with the propaganda of moral reform in i he universal repression oi those thi'.i-m in our midst, that experiences of older citiei and nations has taunh' illclll to eliminate. 1 refer lo the soK-reeaied district with all its associate evils. o f ritsi;.\n.\rii. Willi regret, hut wish him hesl of iitek. Mr.s. Hyde ami .Miss ll>de ivi re i 'a!-;;ary visitor; thi � ];-'. v."i-k. .Mrs. Hyde ret in tied to town on Wednesday inorninr. while Mi-. Ilj'le left for the a-', where . lie*-,-ill HKain aiteml l|r-Donald Institute of the ontatio Agricultural Collel'o, ol (iuelph. W. X. liowe. oi .Maycrni-t. is dead, a^i'd ilii Vear--. There .was nobod the violin " lie MlOII|,ilt when hi w function. "Sir." he .sinnni'iit I who could nlny Slllllklll. ,il iea-t so ami lie iki, delighted i. k'd to play at. a local ini: is over two kiindi "(Mi, that's all riitlit: said to the host, "the in shall use i,i your j,atIn r-d .'.ears old." Never inind." returned th" ho i; "no one w I ver Know the Clobel. dlfferetici -1 New York AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL XKW" SCHDOD of C.asoliiv Knijineer-inc will o|ieii in I,ethbriilL-e on or about ()e(. 1st, iMviu.r piactical train-in i? on rejiairim: and o|iora'Iiik i;as tractors, a'ltomnbiles and stationary i nKiii"s. S)ecial rates to first ten who Join li.-.inoli of Hemphill Trade Schools. Ltd.. of Winiiipei;. Uei;ina. Saskatoon. Kdmontou. Vaticoiivf r and Caluaty. Write or (� ! (iiliuth ranch. | i, A. Mallory, who has boon "trou-, blenian," \(> this district for the past i year, lias been transferred to tlio Tuber district. DutiiiK Mr. Mallory's Htay hero, ho made . k; ih; plow with and sfithai- hoitoiits, also "I-Incli Hew llacini- scjiarator all oomph te with self feeder, wind stacker, hirii weigher, also on" s-iuch landeui disc harrow, for a nuoil ].".-;:o il.P. (or larKei'i eniiine and plow�. Kerosene burner preferred. P. A. Sharman Co.npany, I.etlihridKe. Phono 11,'.". LOST AND FOUND /1Vb�n Hinlvlnr Mrntlr.n Tli� >Ii>r.tli St. S. nift. pair new Kiev silk kid Kloves. owner would bo .very Kind to recover those. Miss Shirley, l!l!i ,Mh St. S. SHa-i; STUAYFl i Since May tlth One red on left ribs. $l(i turn to 117 l'.MI; cow, branded reward for r. Street North. � black mare, unbroken' connected, or F, J, tliUii. Owner may by [layinn oxpeiises. Ida FOl'ND - oil. brand,al F L nectsd, on have same M. Hanson, Tnrinv Alberta. ";i,">-il l'yhie y. � . or t ,,.i,. house. Will rem :: s, Ha- and )ihoue. Pl,,,?e ;.: 1 TO lii'.nt Three , �,;,; n, .-.iiitald'' for light ,,"'i  -; ply 7 i 7 Ctii St. Sr. nh Ti 1 It Is NT Store; ; -I ., i |i'."7 Tiii Ave. S . i.....i Apple A;;iinr '.� Phone ;,7."i or 7,",ii. TO KKNT- -Nloelv ��,; in modern house. ; � phone. Apjily ".!" 7'.i . Phone ll'.iL'. TO ItKNT-Stcrnr'-kinds of goods ^-rrr^. Government of '.."'-�f-l.! /,&Z? with snani or hot � rill. Floral Co. TO I IF, N'T- A bun. It. N". After 1st oi ' Hurron, Manager i t 'o TO PI-INT - A nioii--. decor.'."si. in ."no ; North. Apply D. .-'.Mil St. South. TO UliNT Ftirni tl.'iuait in fully no,'. Also garage v. it li i i'.Is St. S. P: � TO IIF.NT- 'i room, t eni. lO!? i:ith St. S ses.siop.. SUtt.iMi (icr :; Peat & Co . Phono : TO l'.l'.N'l" Hull- . in(sr., siiitaldo for'"! Ti,.in .i.iy t i Noveiiil.";- p't. at lo i the li ,: Fir. oi a Car lieu e ii! ih,. Town !' "� . tirma'Urn ot (:,' 1( : ittn � ..." li;,,.i,.| ; .mi. ^'.tiMi.  T..\.�s made nmler the prsvi'iotis \ '-'' Seciiin ]; of tiie Improvement I); - , . (or ail ; I rii t Ait. eoverim: tit., tnllouin.'; lm-j r",'i sinablo. prove),).mi l )j a ri. i.'. \i.:: - I Nuiiib'Tt- ii.;, '.'7, 1 i :.;. | j Ai o for t |,e com 'Ir,. , t jon of tli� t �rs. suit-i li'''".'"!" of liip.'iid Tax.'.. ;uad. lo or block ' "'" Pt'ovisioti" ..' .-- ction I' .�f > ' ' tic I'.'lii, at Ta A' '. rov. "in ; : th" follow ja_; Terrlto'i.' 1 ("nit;-, vi.-. - , Numb' r = 97. 1." . 1 >.. A' .i tor th.....n fa--,. 11 ion of th" !!� ' ani". ol" I 'np.'ii'i T,:\. : :.i,'i;|-,|ii !i> til'- S-.T. ' M-y-Tl'e.l a", , Sow m:r S'-iiool j)i-1 rI Nn'ii'o.'i |>7, P'J DRAYING I Of All Kinds WeskrnTransferCo. Limited fTIrt-C. P. R. FrslflM !?(� E PHONES " Offtco ........... ItabluK .......... 10�4 I CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. PHONE 733 M FOR THE I 0. K. REPAIR SHOP �f Shoes and Small Machinery !JS R17 Third Ave. A ii on. \ l" 19s i, ' l" nil lor cell. |V,;!c illili-e. ii' two i .II". '.,'1 '' 11.-p:  i.ii m.ip i : to ol' � I u' i, liar, d : pal AH. ,:� . Al- i for !": . (' in nl w 1:|o( Ir nt present pylons for all popular make i o' pa-, tractors. Ford Engines Rebored Alexainl ,i..|. ; if Mlt.------ are you satisfied with your present llvinc .|i: '.rters'.' If ti.i. r i". ) up ii. -:ki:. to the "Y" ,'od.r. and see for yourself '.i'' vv;!* n "' ' the benefit,, and pri\i!er;cs awaiting '-�"�"� I 0:111- o (Wh^n f'.ralvlnc Mrntten Tl.n '"ims SAI.I-: ([..> :- late- t main .:,u;y ilesici:. pl.iv - -s mile mi: 1 . ;'�.!- *-..o Sale price 0: '.';...�� .V Hi -oil. il lib  !;. I.ethbridye. '::a-l tfh Ave. ami 1-ift St.. S. I�li�U6 ."47. _____________ _ ___............. TO UKN'i -' Linn! fiirin.-iie ! lions... 1'olt SAl.K-.M'i-'''i'-','l;:i !>::,"� model, l.ocpiiu; vo ens. -t per week. :'. M11.1II $'".7r. >�. Ac. i\nick 1. tbbrhhtc Metiers fiirulslic i boa eping room; Sj ,',a Ltd. 11 , p..r week. I ..Kiit. water hath and ide. s - -  - - � ; heds^prin^s  phone. U.'J ,:s! Ave. >. PI,,,,,.. '�;;!'� , ;,.,, tr,..,-e, .Is -.....I Morris chair, I -''M Wilton rug 7 .\ 1" Plume I'.tx. .,:.4-il ', NOTICE TO OWNERS ! , "" , of VACANT HOUSES I i'OK S A1.17 - S;n.!' to.,no by it..rd. Nfw Departure. 1 I'r'n c Jlno. I,, - 1  1 v. . Apply PATTERSON. f.'.cKINNON & BE LL, 1 ''ii*'1" ''" � 1 ,:'n "'' '� 'f.I A v. ,s. ...'.'�1 ^ "THE HOUSEMEN" I Ft lit SAL 17 1 ' ,'iia 11 's knitli.'ig 11, a-i Phone lsni. I chine, K'.l:-t'utH com-1 Owini: to iur.i'.i.; such a largo nutri-1 plet- with table, h-nnl rea-mi for >�!!� | b.i- of client. .'..1111111!; houses we I in,- Salidlioch. "'O 7t!i Ave. 1 i will rem free of rhnrge to th" owner. - ------ ,-------- ? Also to 10m.c- of iipartnients no 1 ' ol; SAI.F -Order your props and charge. Hons... :.,r sale, itetits col-J' *' |i.�sis and cor.lwood now*. Dollv-l(,(t|u'"m.k m......,n.i Hisct, ,.i"aycr'; ^x'v -*n IVetvtnor Mrptien '1'*.^ h-.',"i 1 |iiaiio, lieautilill inlaid c; -c, play.-. >S Foit SAl'.K- . Lund ami lirailie hay. il-o -reeu feci 1 c u--1. ' s,,n ,.Veryt lung in 1 iic bail.linn Quote offer; fob l.'.ovdmin to.. II. .1. line Head offiY>- and city yards, cor-Thibatidemi, l.lo; .iminsler. Sask ""! il ne r .nl .\v,., ami 17th sireet. phono i'Olt SALI-: 1 p. n ot pure bred white 1 "|i; P.O. Ilo.x l-1. I.: Itov- L. (). Kane. !l"l Mil) Ave. S. -;:7-ox � . ollv,.r> $.i,.,o; sii? i t li-l.-/ii- FOit SALF Four lo live hundred tons icr, $tlu.(i|i; Kemingtou, ?lf..(ni; i"ype-good upland hav Phone or wire of-1 v. rite-s icpaire;!. Kvei all and Franls, (via F.O.P.. Coil,.:-. Alherta. This is Sinn,);: Iilmk. :':'}>� all good hav. Holmes ami Todd. Con-' - .....- sort. Alberta, Plume 17. "tl.-.-n '' OI! SA LL - t outent s of 1,-roomed , -- loolllillL. house, ill perfect condition. FOR SAI.K-  brood marcs with ool-,, ;,0(. ,,,..,,,,. UUu-\, from car Unc. at loot, w-cimit to 1 tan Il.s. :; ,Jni' ""l "' "wh '�,,^M, :,s us for free frciiiit application form Dr. A.T. Spankie M.O.. CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office looms llM-ll-'U New P. P.urns Itiilldin;;. Corner s;h Avj. and J111I St. F.ast. Calgary. Office Plione ML'StS ltesidonce Phono M2977 Inlcrno ar.d Hons.- Surgeon, Maiihatta.i iOye. liar. Nolo and Throat Hospital. Now York City, 1911-1911. Specialist to Calgary School Board ELECTRICAL AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W. L. McKENZIE & CO. Phone C37 70S 3rd Ave. S. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agonta lor tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a upoclalty. 518 4th Avenue Dox 334 Phone 735 if hay is for cattle or liioep. Farm Products, Ltd., lis Sherlock IluildliiK. 2;it-ti HAY! HAY! PATTERSON, McKlNNON .x- FIF.LL, I'nIon Hank Chmnbors, offer host upland liny, excellent slough hay and wheat hay, baled, f.o.h. shipping point, cur lots special prices. Froo freight application forms for farmers can ho had. aibjO ANNUAL SALF OF UHIS.C. Whit/) Leghorn yearling hens, t'o uuiko room for young stock, $1.25 oach, solected $1.50 each. A limited number of S. C. White Leghorn cockorels bred from females from (1. If. Ferris' highest record laying pens. $1.50 to $2.01) each. Also Whito Wyandotte cockerels bred from exhibition malo (J. 9. Martin strain! and females from hia Dorcas lino $2.0(1 to $11.(10 ouch. Frod Senior. P.O. box 712 City. 2114-U new $ $7ia.oil llruiitford bicycle, no: :', mouth; in use, will sell for mi cash. Can bi\ soon nt ;,10 lith Ave. S. between 7 and S p.m. 2:17 ,'t GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE liP.lsFNFIF.LD'S KXCHAN't.F, tith St. 1 south, (Next to Simpson's). Second i furniture liought, sold or exchanged. On" motto: Reasonable prices and a sipiaro deal, vlivo us 11 trial. Phone 1120. \V ADD] N UTON, THE AUCTIONEER, IIOTH SELLS AND I AlJYS FUKNITURE. TIP/TOP PHI("5 EITHER WAY. CONSULT HIM HEl'OHE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER (5 P. M. .169. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E. BUILDING. 10TII ST. S. AUCTIONEER Long oxperlenc.o In stock anj farm machltu ry. Sales conducted ii any part of Alburta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALEERTA For Datei and Rates Call Th� Dowsley Land Agency, Leth-bridge. Phone 1809 L. A. H. Roosa Djnylncj and Dayyage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Bangaoe delivered day and niciht. Leave orders at Leth-bridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone.....1869 Store Phone----1450 FrEBi h Elliott Sheet Metal Works Win'er '.'.ill "00:1 be here and hi In;; w 111: it the cold -.vealher. !l;;\e your turioices o\erliau|. cd bv Us F\|.ert wm7i Hot air tiirnaee \\o,i: a spo-el.o'y. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. S. ( Lethbndge, Alta. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1143 RES. PHONE 428 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY DOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANOLEY, Prop. �ICS 2nd Aim. S. Phono 173* Next Fire Hall ase nutiFy Sec'y Veterans' Cluk Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-018 Pay your out-of-town accounts hy Dominion Fxpress Monoy Order. Vlvq dolliiis tostii threu cent*. ;