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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, ISM PASTOR BLAMES LURE OF PARIS, MODERN BABYLON, FOR OLIVE THOMAS'DEATH LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The death o! Olive Ttoia Iho beautiful moving picture act- re.3 and wire ot Jack Plckford, who d ed from the streets ot swallowing bichloride of mercury after a gay nlftht iu the Montiaartre restaurant's and claudfEtiue fesorts, has aroused a Blorm ot crlticlsjn aud denunciation ,of the Uabyloolcs jf iho world's capital and gaiety of Rev. Dr. Beelrmati, rector the American church' In Paris who re- cently raised Jl.OOO.OOT In" New York lor a campaign against the vice here which "causes innumerable American girls to lose their souls in Took died Time The death of Olive Thomas Is a tragedy, Inceable to the of Paris modern Babylon. Thousands of Americans come here with the In- tent of haviug a {food time. Thousands come for business, hut lose tb'e'r heads once they are here. Thousands stay just long enough to lose their souls and return, homo broken In spirit and in health and totally unfit to lire a clean life. "Our country would condemn as criminal the trentla of fashion which mark the putrtlc dance halls of Paris instance the eihlbitton of nudes. The slitter of priceless jewels adorning baro throats and bare limbs of vomen under cleverly shaded lights Iho languorous musts, rivers of Iced and too lascivious dances all combine to turn the heads of the youne .American girls unaccustomed so Iho lying attractions of sucU places. It is a subtle poison that slowly but surely -o-lelnlcgrates the stronsest mind and the most solid education In It.frora me to insinuate that1 tba lovely 'youngs-matron who died a terrible death was herself in anr way responsible for her accident, but It is unquestionable that when the mistake was committed the could not been in her risht state of mind. She was terribly excited and from an all-night party amid surround- ings such as 1 hare Ruined By Gay Lift "There are now iu Paris hundreds of Americans who ere destitute yet they enjoyed prosperity iu their own country. They have been ruijjed ut- terly by the accursed lure of tbe mod- ern Babylon. "They now spend their time In prac- tically a continuous state of intoil- catlou from wine and worse. "Washington should send another undesirable ark' similar to the one iu which Goldman.aud the other Beds were deported, to clean up Paris of tbo horde of. good citizens now rapidly rushing to total perdition. "Until that is done, until the women are forbidden to make shameful ci- nibitlons ot their forms In places which under the-name of dance halls are nothing less than twentieth 'cen- tury reproductions of the Greeo-Ho- mau orgies, tho souls and the lives of unsophisticated American girls and young men ar'o not safe In Paris." Tho Duchess D'Uzes, famous suf- fragist and society leader, declared- "The death of Olive Thomas clearly shows the terrible consequences of the notorious gay life of Paris, whicfe since tho armistice has grown moro and more flagrantly immoral. In my opin- ion, Olive was murdered by tho Mont- martre. When the French women gain the reins of power their first ac- tion will he to close the palaces of shamo masquerading as restaurants and ballrooms." Comparison mdsr Candidalc' for President is in Prison-i-No TJge for League '-'of Nations Sept. iS.-The big issue ID the SadalUt- campaign this lall is as usual .private bwhersblp of the means orproduetion, Otto Bra listener, national secretary: and campaign man- ager of Ihe; Socialist party, said liere today dfselisilnE the Socialist cam- paign. Tue Lqague ot Nations issue was viewed by the Socialists as "largely he said. The party felt that troituceci by' the 'Old parties largely 10 cloud the .issues and keep tlie people's attention off domestic issues. ISngchc V. Debs, the Socialist presi- dential candidate, in prison .at Allan- la, On., was not -advising In 'the con- ilUcl ot the campaign to any eitcnt. IJse was being made iu parly litera- ture of what Bo Said to Socialists visit- ing him. The chief speaker !n the campaign is the vice presidential candidate, Sey- mour Stednjan, of re-enforc- ed by IU speakers or moro under thr- national organization. He his com- pleted a tour of the sonthweit and on aoptomber started for the Pacific Oklahoma. He'said ihe party eipcct- cd to poll a larger vote in theso states than ever before. A large part of Ihe party member- ship oulslde of the foreign language federations, has come back, the So- cialist executive reported, referring to Iho split last fall, vchich resulted in formation of Die Communist parly and the Communist 'Labor party. No policy of conccnlratlon in sec- tions where Socialist sentiment is stroug will be carried on by uational lieadiiuarlera, according to the party secretary. He said that the national office was makiiig the campaign as general-as it couid, leaving concen- tration to the state' organizations, which could undoubtedly carry on ouch .1 policy In New York, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. By B. C. Manufacturer in Tariff Commission Hearing at Vancouver v Chambers Of Commerce Meet At Toronto TOKO.NTO. Sept. ot tho importance to the Dritish Um- pire or the conference of the cham- bers of commerce, now in session here, was emphasized by King George, In a cable message read le the congress this morning in acknowledging the loyal greetings eiprossed by tho gress, in a cable sent on Saturday. Lord Stanfordhp.m, the King's secre- tary, cabled as follows: "The King fully recognizes tilt these meetings arc conductive not on- ly to the commercial interests, but to the very unity of the emprle, and His Majesty wishes that all possible suc- cess may result from your delibera- The congress discussed this morn- ing the creation of a permanent bureau of standardized information on all colonial methods ot valuing im- ports and exports, and decided on its establishment. Mark Sheldon, of Australia com- menting pn tho formation of the Im-i pcrlal shipping committee, expressed disapproval of the delusion ot th-' dominions and dependencies fro membership In the committee, resolution which was passed, added this protest a demand that tiio Cr Ish government afford tho dominior an opportunity to nominate the representatives of shipping and Ira Ing interests to serve on the comnr tee. Sir Aler McRobert, of Cawnpor India, asked that-the passenger a commodatloii be included In the scop of the shipping committee. VANCOUVER. Sepf. A. J. Wefts, president aud J. H. Cunningham, vice president of Iho Manufacturers' association of British Columbia urged strongly at the afternoon session of tbe Tariff commission that a permanent tariff board should be appointed whose duty it should be to devote their whole ct- tentlou to tariff matters and from io to time, make uece'san- adjust- ments where it was found these were required in the interests ot Industry. Sir Henry chairman of the commission, desired to know just what a board could do, for it was obvious it could not exercise any iuCuence In ih'e fluctuations of the market. Mr. Cunningham was not prepared to say Just what might be accomplish- ed by the board, but, urged that as Can- ada was now cnterlnc into competi- tion with the rest tho world raw materials should be allowed to come in duly free aud that a board could remedy any hardship in case a cer- tain commodity was temporarily uu- nhUinable in the country by allowing It to come In duty free from other countries. The commission will hold another ELEVEN session Tuesday leaving in tue afternoon for Victoria. IMMIGRANTS MUST BE TO KEEP GOING FOll A YEAR SeitLliT-Uewisli Tele- graphic conditions which will govern tbe entry of Immi- grants into 1'sleiUno, just made public" by the administration ot tho district, are coulaluud In dispatches from Jer- asulem. Each Immigrant must pos- sess a passport vised by the British consul of his cily witb ample proof that lie wril be able to sustain himself for at least a year and a certificate ss to his physical fitness. All ports of entry Into Palestine will be supervised strictly by immigration officials already appointed and every immigrant admitted Into the country will have to register with tho local police within 15 days from the date of landing.. Failure to register will lay the immigrant open to immediate eipulsiou. Tourist and pilgrims will not be required to register. Sir Herbert Samuel, tho British high commissioner, is vested with the right to expel any Immigrant within five rears from date of his arrival if ho has broken Iho laws of the country or It such expulsion Is nroveu to be in the Interest of tho state. RESTAURANT. PROFITS 200 TO MO PER CENT. NEW YORK. Sept. tion of food prices In the restaurants In this city by Ihe medical health of- ficials department eaid to show that profits have ranged from 200 per cent., to 50ft per ceirL, eiclusive of overhead expenses. The Fragrance of -I! Anticipates its exquisite flavour. Send us a postal MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU Complaint About Removal Of Returned Men From Bal- four to Tranquille VANCOUVER, Sept. Major A. P. Proctor on being asked for an op- nion on last niglit'sj Nelson dispatch stated that there was absolutely no in the allegation that the aoiiiomucr 1 sUrted for the Pacific in the allegation that the toast. After making a- round of tho Patients Balfour had been warned I'fintral slatna to that If th o o I'entral slates he plans to go east I 'for Ihe .balance of about October '.be campaign. .-CCTetari that, If they resisted tho orders for Iheir movement to Tranquille they me party !Jpccled to be on the ballot In practi- cally every ;stale whe'ro it has pre- viously had a vole- of any oonsertucnce It does not expect at this time to get on tbe ballot In .Vermont, Louisiana XCw Mcslco, South Dakota, Idaho and Dossibly in several other states In the ioutli and west. The-.tbreo big states this fall from ihc Socialist standpoint, Dranstetter said, are New York, .Wisconsin and i would he treated as deserters "No r said the party i irould be sent lo Balfonr from h.itni Oltaw Oltawa without coming through me" said Major ProcCor. "And when 'i was informed ot the wish of the patients at Bnlfour to see me before their removal was effected, I wired that no slops were to be lakcn until J leavlns today for "The he added, "Is be- ing underlaken In the Inlerests of na- tional economy." Folks who want the best nmst insist upon getting %st they ask for. To be sure of the best in corn flakes, order POSTTOASTIES No corn flakes com- pare with them in flavor, fullness, goodness. Try a package and make your own decision. Uats fair; isn't it? AH grocers sell PostToasties CONSTRUCTION AND SALE OF HOUSES BY CITIES OPPOSE ALBANY. N.Y., Sept, lion and sale of houses by cities is no feasible or desirable, members of th New York legislature, which convene tonight in special session to act upo tbe housing problem, were informe today In letters from Mayor Win Wallln of Yonkefs, chairman of th executive committee of.the state con ferences of mayors. The proposal to exempt, for a llmi ed number of years, the general prop erty tax for state and local purpose single houses and tenaments, excli sive of the land, in the opinion of th committee, Is the most acceptable o any thai has been put forward. HIGHER TAXATION'OR STATE BANKRUPTCY COLOGNE, Sept. Highor taxation or state hankrnptc are tho only alternative possibllitie for Germany, Dr. Koch, German Jlln later ot Homo Affairs, has just toll leading public men In a conCercnc on the economic and political situalloi of Rhenish Prussia. Dr. Koch declared ho could not sea the faintest possibility of any rcdnc lion of tho tax schedules which had already been drawn up and approved Dr. Koch was overwhelmed wltl complaints about the shortage of dwcl lings and tho paralyzing effect ot the present exporl and import regula tlons. Discussing tie unity of tho empire the minister announced that a specla' commission comprising members oi (ho Federal Council, had been organ Izcd to slitily the problems the new alignment German states. affecting the fedora HYDRO-ELECTRIC BONDS ON WINNIPEG MARKET WINNIPEG, Sent. will have Ihe privilege tomorrow ol subscribing to the first issue ot the hydro-electric bonds ever sold ove the counter in Canada. An issue of 30-year six per cent, debentures, will be thrown on tho market at nt which rato the securities will the Investor anil one-quarter per cent. The denominations arc fioo, SiOfl anil and the J100 bonds may be purchased at down and 81000 a month. by Postutn Ores) Windsor. Ontario. BILL HOHENZOLLERN MAKEB NEW WILL 20.-william llohcn- llcrn, former German emperor, has written a new will, which is declared to bo his last festament. Ho hm en- trusted It to the keeping of Notary bchrool at Amerongen, says a Doom dispntch (o HID Dally Mall. EXHIBITION OF FUR BEARING ANIMALS OTTAWA, Sept. 20.-An exhibition of fur-bearing animals that are belnK armed" In Canada will be held In Montreal on November 21 2S and II Is announced by Ihe commission of conservation. This tonrercr.cr, is an outcome of the conference of fur- bearers held in Mon-ral last winter Wler tho ausplw tittrj commission. Why are People 5b Jndifferent about Sleep, TO watclt some of your friends, you might think sleep was the most ufiimpor- tant thing in the world. Yet every man could earn more, would enjoy his work and play more, if lie would make sure of. a good, sound sleep every night ail his nerves and muscles relaxed, and storing up new energy for day. And if he wakes up tired day after day he'd better look to his sleeping the wooden hcd that squeaks; the metal bed that rattles; the old-fashioned spring that sags and sways; the lumpy, unsanitary mattress and pillows. You'll never get the right kind of sleep except in a sturdy, noiseless spring, a soft, oven mattress and clean pillow, all inviting you to relax and gfli soundly to -sleep. The truly noiseless Bed is the Simmons Metal built Jor sleep. Just as the sletp-inHittiHg Spring is a Simmons "Wal- of specially tempered spring coils. Fine springs that fit the cftntour of the body and support the spirie in a straight line, "curing perfect circulation and restoring the energy used up in the fatigue o( the day. Simmons Felt Mattresses 'are; the result of twenty-five years' study of equipment for. sound, natural sleep; iMatje of..1 in factories. Used in thousands of fastidious Canadian homes, And SimmonsPillows, which rest the head and neck exactly as they need to be rested. Simmons Limited is a spe- cialist in Twin pioneer in that fine moderh.-pririqple of a separate bed for-each'' sleeper. Simmons Metal Beds, Brass Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Pil- lows, Day Beds and Children's Cribs are the most sought after sleeping equipment in leading stores right here in town. The prices are little if any higher than for the ordinary. And when you are selecting your Simmons Beds with an eye to their appearance in the room, you will sec that Sim- mons has for the first time established and au- thoritative design in Metal Beds. ,1 a juijeill ffriH us hMel, Mtdical Jturnali and lltallh Say t afoul Stparalc Bids and Stand Sltep." frte 0} thar" The "CAMBRIDGE" Design Twin Pair Mide cf Simmon! new Square Stsd Tubing smooth and fiilly finished. Esquiiieeljr enimdsd in the accepted Decorative Cclorj. Hal (Ke Simmon) patented ptciird tolling catleri. choice of Twin Pjrr ind Double Wklih. Specially plcuing in Turn fiir. SIMMONS LIMITED MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG CALGAKY VANCOUVER J3uiltjbr Sleep ;