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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1018 MGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Well ington yes,pa. CEPerc 15 very huch WORRIED? HE BUEN /-> DEPUTE sheriff FOfi THREE tV^S NOW, p,ND HASNT MADE -\ftN APREgr^gr? �-- .HE's ^^^ID^E^ERirFvviUL^RlNR^E ,~ ATTBNP1N f W*,ELL. ?~To) [WHAT? ft F-TO ARREST VOU FOR SOHE * i MINOR CRIME, FOR WHICH THERE WOULD BE ONLX A SLIGHT f^NALYY 0^:�-SAY-, VA FINE, OR A FEY/ WEEK5 ^^JN^JAIL?! S;3�nw.. Uf THE COAST NOW arrived in Cnlgnry on Friday night at 11 p.m. and left on Saturday at 11 n.m. for Saskatoon via Kdmnnton Mis lord ship Is Htill retaining bin usual good health throughout tin- u-lp, despite bin years, though he Is suffering from a slight colli In an Interview given this morning. ],or.l Hliniigbiievsy said: "We have hud a very pleasant trip so far nnd have enjoyed tlm jounmy iinim'lino 1 y Wc found the people ;t( flic const nil finite happy and contented, 1m car.so of (ht* prosperous bmltic'-.s conditions they :.:c en loving, and tlie prospects they ;,aV(> fcr the future. Ship building In. of course, the nut�tnndliig industry tlirro today, and it i:i keeping luiry nud giving employment to ii largo llUlllhc;- of people, l t.*ga rdin g . short, stretch o' railroad under i:nv-eremen' auspices, to run from -N1111; �  to Suoke, on Vancouver Island, a ills-t:i:i-e of about seventy mll�i* mills for the muni* t:.,�buc]i,,for I linvo novor ovon uoen the {;nan to my kno'.vlodKo. nor do I belong to his sect, or nny other religious aoot. in Lothbridgo. I think Mr. Vr-nenbach's vlown on tho abovo subject aro sound, and ho ban Riven us somn ulrlklng facta nnd figures to support thorn. If Bomething is not dono to atop thia appallliiR Btato of affairs, tbn world -will Boon bo ripe for dostriK.--Uou as wan Sodom and Goraorrolt. llr. Oocq thinks thoro 1b too much my of wolf, Btiroly a very foolish Clmlllo under exlstine conditions of this awful canker that Is not only ruining tho lives of KalhliridKo young men, hut of young men all ovor this continent. I would liko to say horc, that after lcaldltiK in LothbrldRn for noarly throo years, 1 can say that in no city In Canada-and I have lived In several, both largor and smallor, Than l,�thl)Tld)?e-have I seen a city whore vice was lots In erldence and whero I could trust my wife and daughter to walk on the Rtrenta ut I nny time without fear of molestation. | Aftor rondlng Mr. Urnenbarh's two I letters I full to nee whfro ho has been I trying to blaclten the reputation of I.nthbridge, or nMt aspersion on our Caniidtan suMlera. He jilfit ::tutod fnr.ta us thi*y sulat, and tirKod us to fall in line, with the propaganda of moral reform in tho universal repression of -vice,. i Some people spunk of these sosre-gated nrnas as a necessary evil, they say there has always been vice, in the � world and there, always will be. Just 1 the sumo as somn people try to Jii.j-; flfy poverty by quoting the words of : the Saviour. "Tho poor ye have always with ye." The people who are fund of quoting tills passni;e are as a rule nicely fixed and able to enjoy  all the rood things the earth provides and thry uccm to think that the pro-Bent damnable state of |?rca' wealth on onu hnnd and extreme poverty on the other Is Koiiift to exist, forever. : Xot so a I'lilted States senator, who , stated in public a few weeks :i|;o. that within ton years of the close of the war the workliij,- ninii of America would be nhlo to enjoy the same de-' Kroo of comfort as the man who is receiving a salary of ten thousand dollars per annum. Is today. !.��; us hope that this slate of affairs will exist In Canada also. Nine 1 would ]il;(> ;o offer a suphchIion as to how we people of I.othbrldse can lie-in to try and stamp out this ruriblc e.il. I say !ien! itob,-r|s just bmfort! bis diMlh. tiier,- is nothing very wonder-fnl in the action of the American gov-el '111111)111. Hut he attempt*! to misinterpret the Aliicticiii) itoTeriliilnlifaction In the mailer ,vln*n he static that they have only Jus; awakened to i:ie state of a'fair.;. T'u> retil reason is t!'*� -when a man eiillus he gi-ts a way from hia tioiii** intliiuuces and assoria!lotir. and is liicri-fore perhaps inclined to find amusement for h!:"i:*e!f. If It takes the fovm of lb cntl.c.iruess. then tiiite in danger that he may unfit himself :*.s n .soldier. Now, the military authorities look on a man u� a flghtlm: unit, more than as a human being, and If this fightlnp unit contracts some Infection h" In no longer an effective, hut hns made himself a charge on the army, vithont giving anything In return. Major Kecuun. who was MO. to the Origlnsl JTinccss Cat's, put tho government's attitude In a nutshell when he told us that you boys have coiit the Cnuiulfan govitrnmnnt. about li'OOrt enr!] to bring this fur and It you render yourselves unfit at this time, yon are wasting that money, and not only that, you are acting In a trait reus manner to your Kmpire. Another anglo U this, suppose we have to mop nn attack, and a hundred of tlm men are down with V.D.. It i.-i quite likely that the absence of that hundred might menu tlict we should he unable to hold I'ritz. You therefore owe it to the regiment to take care of yourselves' And there you have the crux of the milltaiy viewpoint-concerned only with tho turning out of so many thousand of tight-Ing effectives. Ah one with three and a half years' service to his credit, some In tho ranks, some ns an officer, and boiiio on headquarters staff, I consider that I am cognisant of the actual conditions in the Imperial forces, and I have no hesitancy in saying that tho percentage of venereal disease cases was uever �o low in the Imperial forcos as It Is today. As tor his statement that medical Inspection does not inspect, It is childish (n the oxtremo, for It Is obvious, that If the woman who is subject to modtcal attention will attempt to hide her condition, how much so will the F,eml-profo8Hionnl, or clandestine, prostitute be prone to cover he� condition, when medical attention is optional in her case. Had I'raenbach's criticism been in the least constructive, I should have boon with hi in from the word go, hut on the face ot it is merely an attempt to blacken the name of this city, of our mayor, nnd of the hoys who aro fighting for us. And tho only effect that can bo produced by it will be to raise doubts in the minds of mothers and wives of the men 'Over There', as to the conditions under which their loved ones are living. If Urnonbach will have tho courage to come out and say that ho la referring to tha Canadian troops, T will see that the mutter is cleared up right away, and If he is not, I would ask him to have tho decency to make a definite statement that he is not referring to the Canadian, or Imperial, forcea in his letters. Apologising for my loug-windednoc*, Yours truly, 2* ? MADD1S0N. TROUBLE OVER BALLOTS AT TRADES CONGRESS Qqebnr ,J. C. Watte, for the presidency of i l.nhor Congress by Ti *� Niagara Falls, by J.">', \ James .Simpson. 'I i pears from the list, of *, but I'. M. Draper, the surer of th" congre.- *. 'tilted for this olllce ',v Winnipeg, easily retain* ters wan appointed fr.tr to the Hrltlsh Trifles tens beaten   Trades and �las Moore, of itcs to IK."-, onto. di'iap-: e-presidents. e> reiary-treii-tleuiKh cluill-.1 iiussell, of 1 it. Mr. Wat-"�ttnl delOBiite nd Labor con* Winnipeg, to In ti At gress. while T. .1. John-on was elected as fraternal (i**iegate the American Federation of Labor. The congress decide 1 to meet Hamilton. Out., next ye,- Charge False B.-illots The struggle for 'In* election three vice.presitlenciPs u.i-- very Keen and one delegate alleged what h" described ns "cronl.-ed work" in tlm voting. A. M. Martol. Montreal, end It. Uaxler. Olace Hay. w lore Mr. Uees was tb The voles were as Heps, |r-.ii. I';,'!. I'M. MeAndrewt. V?.\. 1> Afte;* the fourth I..*' wn- declared elected ., ward, fraternal i|el"i : ericau Fed.er,it ion of I acting as chairman. '! in the total �uti* on tii aroused suspicion and challenged It was olo votes bad been legist were !n the hall. .'.i of the government nnd the worker*!' federation. The Americans will be guests at a reception today bv tlm federation and will have luncheon at I tlm foreign office tomorrow. CAPTURE FAIR BOOZE charlottetown. ivK.I , Sept. ?l --Last night, the prohibit inn inspei tor seized over S:'i',iie" n, ,( liquor from a well known drug !irm. This, it is alleged, was part of sioek laid in for the exhibition which opens tomorrow-. HANDS UP! TO RENT (Vrtift, rttrdylnr M'r.ft'in Thn rfemTiJI ,\c'll'".V. of for the third ' rei|l|;,-|.ll be-.,l"d ele.-lcl. iiow s � m. if*--! 11". L'ui'.. ]-.*�sill was us tluii mor" I than there ii Investigation i.bowed Hint Cm authorized ballot pa-pera "hax ins run out, ordinary white was ttreil. Some delegate* apparently bad taken advantage of this end had torn up tlm io*. ;.* of wnn.i puper ll-eii (,, r,vi,|- (!,,� Wtbl": . ''tl then made nnd ins'ked a s**t , votes. Mldgcl'" of \-jucoi;ve ed a motion ci'iling f*ir a new i and new tellers. It. .1. Halfoiir. Hamilton, speaking on behalf of bis ii,*ifer�s. X. Arcntid Montreal, and H 1! conn, nnd liiiuself. -. lire but then) tens' I upon them. Mr. Midgeley -aid flection on ;!n> that h'.s motion Houston, Montr"..!, put In a large numb TO KKNT �Vprlght piano. Apply Hiinm S. Slieptird Hlock. 2-11 -�: TO UK N'T- Store to r.-nt: cottier -It.'i Ao>. ami llth St. South. Apply T>'i-rlll Floral Co -.'..l-o To ItKNT r'tirnl-to'd room, modem, n -e of phone. Aiijily 7th Ave. S. i'notle ,47, i:it*-, TO KKNT - A 7*ro.nneil fully moi|**in lions,. In Duff ii'blition. Apply l-.",f, Hit Ave. S.. plum*- I.-*;�;. "-Il-o TO itl.NT - Tiv-C P. H. FraiaM PHONE* Olfln ........... 11U � Ublse .......... 1014 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF 11.00 down. balance haU crop, ifest buy in district. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Vulcanizing! llnvn your Mrrs and tubes repaired at tie* Central where you gel ilolinr for dollar's worth of service ai'd nil our work guar-uti'ecit. Sciiona!. Hlowouts, Itlmi u!s. Spots and Ketllu Ite. trending a specialty. Cen*val Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas "27-0 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shots nnd Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. ,r  in* had false ni'ii* ctiou Duncan. Trans-i d they would re-no stigma cast Ha*. 110 �lib Avi rt" litis * room-South - i'i-0 rooms. l's,. of Soul b. he pai'i'd. no rr- !' Hers, but Insi* ted le* voted on. j. ii. said crooks had r of false ballot-i. IN PARIS .tniuel flompers, GOMPERS Paris. Kept. :M. president of the American Federation of Labor, mid his p.uty of labor leaders arrived in Cans today. They were received cordially by representatives AS OUT OF DAIE AS HORSE CARS Says Corn Rinas, Plasters, Raior and Eatlno Snivel are Taboo Now. Ciood thing.! should be passed along. It Is now said that a few-drops of a drug called freeione applied directly upon a tender, aching corn relieves tho soreness and soon tho entire corn, root and ull, cun be lifted out without pain. Fur little cost a qunrlcr of an ounce of frcezone can he obtained from any drug ntoiv which is claim-oil to be sufficient to rcniovo every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. This Is ti drug recently announced from Cincinnati. It is gummy but dries the moment it Is applied and idmply shrivels up tho corn without inflaming or even irritating tho healthy tissue or skin. Cut this out and lay It on your �wife's dresser.-Advertisement. jl.M'.i. j TO KKNT- - S i i',*i7 7r b Ave. ! A 11111 \- Arthur j I'hone ."i7.', or 7->". ; TO KKNT - Two i'tniislmd be one room suitable for two, nb��� for winter. Apn;> ocj Mh St TO l{KNT"~Nic**ly " fiTrni-ii**d in modern house. e|,*e,,. ;n. phone. Apply i'l"* 7th Ave. i'hone llii'J. _";7 :i TO KKNT*- Stor.ig.i~ ,paco r.u* all klndu of goods. Kates reasonable. Saunders Hay and Craln Co., l'-'.'l '.'nd Avenue South. I'hone 7.!.. Teiniizft In rehorlng gaa tractor cylinders, and fitting ovorslz** pistons ami rings. We havo In stock at present ovetslro pistons for all popular make4 of gaa tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. 8. BROS. Phone 1732 f reel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with It the cold woather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Kxp. it work. i 1 nt nlr fuui.ieo work a special! v. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. 8. Lethbrldge, Alta. aHECTR'CAU* VSUPPLIES^ AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W. L. McKENZIE & CO. Phone 637 706 3rd Ave. S. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contractlnt of all kinds. Agents for tho World t'umous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 61S -1th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 r-n A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridpe. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, Sift FIFTH 6TKEET S. LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1�4] AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinory. Sales conducted la any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALOALE, ALBERTA For Date* and Ratea Call Th* Oowsley Land Agency, Lethbrldge. Phone 1IM L. A. H. Roosa Draylng and Baagage Tranafer to All Parts of the City. Try Ut. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Lethbrldge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone.....1869 Store Phone - - - - 1450 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIOGE HOTEL. PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 423 -------- Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLLY, Prop, MS i'ud Ave. S. Phono 1731 Next Fire Hall &>y .don't 1 ^f^F^RHCEET WAR VETERAN WHEN^YOU HAVE At job tovo.fre ry  *Hlnnse notify Sec'y Veterans' � Phone 372 CANADA FOOO BOARD MCEN9E. NUMtER, 2-01# ;