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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AGR TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1SMH LETTER TO PUBLIC JTo ihe Public: When any private citizen desires to write lo tho papers, or minister speak from (he pulpit, and say all kinds of irregular thlmw and untruth*, such  communication or speech Is all right. He Is Justified In maligning .i responsible officer and reflecting on his character, his honor. hl> Judgment ami his Intellect. ThU is no1 :i tirade, but -.'Imply a public communion-lien. When, however, (he nut;, or replies defo.'.dlng himself from a!: h"V violent, untruthful statements, m .1 common-tense logical manner., he is tuilty of delivering .1 tirade, In ;lie jiidgmnn' of Mr. 1'rsenhacii and Mr. Crags. 1 am willlna to let :h.' public |udge who is delivering tlr.de. In answer to Mr ('r.--enl>.ic;r-. >::ed a very lorn: scientific report it ;the subject. That report makes Uie ! flat stn;"r'tent ih.i; seventy-five per j rent.-t'.x h: o*ery .iclit cases of von-I oraal iK-v-iS' in t'ie male popul.'iticT. OF THE SUPREME COURT i The Peterson assault eass was ibrottK'nt i� n conclusion yesterday af-itrruoou. resulting in u tine of $50 be-'ing imposed on Charles Noil, the aggressor in the affair, and a ?25 fine for ; tlto other Nell brother. His Lordship In summing up the case said that there was no doubt that ihoth the accused were guilty of as-!sault. but as there were certain circumstance-! that tended to aggravate them, (lie penalty imposed would be 1 . of a light nature. ! This case concludes this silling of j the Supreme Court. I 'was contracted from semi-professional! � prostitutes a form of prostitution ; .that could not he effectively control- i led by any public process. It does not faii lo point out the lamenta'ol" j effect on the individual and poster-;  ity. In fact it sounds a note of alarm, ami very strongly recommends curn- 'tive means as the way to combat the ravages of venereal disease. 1 do not think the American government Ins , done anything so effective as the at - . (ion of the Imperial government. In nearly every British paper you real yon will find the following Some Perils of Venereal Disease. "Tliis announcement is Issued hy the Xn:lonal Council for Combatting Venereal Diseases, a representative body recognized hy the government. President. 1U. Hon. Lord Sydenham: Nice.presidents, thi' Bishop of South-walk. Sir Thomas Barlow. Ban. K.l'.V. li.M.IV. chairman of propaganda, Sir Malcolm Morris KCV.O. I'll.C.S.I-;., lieneriil Secretary, Mis. A. C. Gotto, O.H.K. Typical Caies. "A" says that he lias "ouly'a -light lunch or it." ami does r.n: worry. If the dis�a>e is not treated at on- � it may spread and bring most danger-out results. "B" has "had it a good while ami tried different kinds o: stuff without getting well." immediately con Milt a iruggiug is almost aland frequently dauge."- 8 WATCH! Keep Right With the Time! ���������������������I wmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmm t^-mmmm^mmmmmm^m mmtmmmm^mmmm mmmtmmmm^mmmmmmmmmm BOYS-You Get a Good Timepiece FREE of Charge on Sat LOOK! TO INTRODUCE OUR SWELL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS WE ARE GIVING AWAY FREE A SPLENDID WATCH WITH EACH SUIT OR TOP COAT SOLD ON SATURDAY NEXT. should Self useless. " It" lector ways � TJS. "C" says "after all. the I ing venereal disease is Ni>. There are about cases every year. The : commission found, that risk of citclif very small." | HO.tiiin fresh i recent royal' in large cities ' one person out of every ten of the po-; piilation is or has been inflicted with syphilis. waited to see "If It got any heroic he 'wont to the due- The Suits are Selling at $8.50, $10, $12 to $16 The Top Coats Sell at____$9,10,1? to 16 -[V worse" lor. This !s to ri.-k being broken tor *--f Sizes 26 up to 35. DON'T MISS IT, BOYS YOU GET THE WATCH ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE, BUT YOU MUST MAKE YOUR PURCHASE SATURDAY NEXT. The Simpson Go. L*dL life. If the diseases are treaied early., convict wo of connivance. lie has i they can almost certainly be cured; 1 if they are neglected the gravest re-.' eults may ensue. i There Is one thing, and one thing only to he done hy anyone who i.s in- fected, who suspects infection, or , who has lAken u risk of Infection- � it in to go to the doctor or hospital nt 1 once. It is no ufc saying "I am tied I to busineus " Business must wait. ! It la no use iaylng "1 am afraid to go." There is no reason to be afraid Ladies' Coats, Suits and Dresses made nlmo* the same statement to the police as given above, as a leader i or a trip, and then when he found it | did not work, took it back, saying he J did not intend it-it was a slip. That ; Is not very honorable on Mr. Cragg*! part, hut I am willing that he do nil j that kind of work that his conscience, will permit of. [ I have nothing to fear from it. I , have yaiil to Mr. Cragg before and say ! OWN PARTY FAILS TO to go; there is every reason to he1*' "gain: If you know of one place of ignatlon in this, city or suspect one piaee. drop the mayor a note. It need [ not oven be signed if von do not want i Free treatment, under condition* .,f,t0 .,,,, , ,.,, 1)0 t,oroughly invest!-: gated hy orders from the mayor. Mr afraid if one does not go Free Treatment. almeni, under co secrecy, is provided by the government In most centres. Apply at the! JY^j, iVitHorlo" has never takuii'u.lvan^ out-pat i-.>nts department of the near- taK0 of lh,R mVitatlon. Will he now est hospital, or to the local medical, v,nen it Ih h0 ,,hiirly made? officer of health. , . , . ,, , , . Further notes will appear nex, Si.n 1 F,Ut 1 �ha" lnH'Ht on t!'e m0st raT"-day in. this paper." i 4 Queen Quality" Coats Another shipment of 34 of these fashionable coats arrived yesterday afternoon, completing our Fall Order. These garments are all of the latest and best styles the season has brought forward, and the material and workmanship is unsurpassed at the price. We have 65 of these coats no two alike. Prices Range from $40.00 to $95.00 fill investigation, *beeuusu the stigma e.r wrongful arrest in one single case,; 1 do not think I need pursue Mr.l('oul1! "ot ho compensate.! for by ten; t'r.ionharh's argument further. w w j l'oiivIciIoii.m, j have, here authoritative information -,'no mayor receivos a great deal of: first hand, from our own government criticism, lie has worked hard in the and suited to our national life. | ''est Interests or the city morally and i My friend the Kev. Mr. Cr'ig,; ac- j every other way, in return for which' cusos me of being an infidel. 1 an 1,11 '* sniped nt from press and pulpit I not. I am a Presbyterian, and just as anient unjust way. When he replies i | good a one as lie Is a Methodist. 1 I It is a tirade, lie Is accused of being! am a f'alvlnisi, because I conceive thot !" (;?-"'" "r a Kaiser, when he Ih really I is the only theory that Ib consistent i�>OHt democratic of man by nature,; Leader of Centrist Party Also Attacks (terman War Minister Copenhagen, Sept. 26.-It appears from reports of yesterday's session of the lelcliHtug main committee, in Herllu that Adolpli (Jroeber, one of the centrist leaders, dolivered a speech before that body which is interpreted as being somewhat antag-onlath: to Chancellor von Hertllng, who himself is u centrist and nn� heretofore had that party's support. llerr (iroeher's speech came aa a stirprlso to bis hearers, as It had been expected thut he, as tho party's spokesman, would place himself back of the chancellor. According to the Tiigeblutt, however, "the circles of the lefl see in bis speech, if not a complete disavowal of the chancellor, nevertheless, a policy which is. no longer lit agreement with all the measures of the government. The sharp attack on the war minister, (Von Steini. aroused special Interest." The l.okal Anzeluer sayn It learn* from parliamentary sources that ICerr Uroeher's speech caused general surprise. "It -was generally accepted." tho newspaper adds, "as an Indication of a change In th(; attitude of the clericals, even though Herr Groouer defended 1he chancellor, great numbers of his auditors hail a feeling that his words were a mere formality and that the centre, in actuality, Is facing n new orientation which will prepare the eromul for an undcrstuntl-imx with both the majority parties." BUY YOUR LADIES' BOOTS AT THE HUO�ON'S BAY SHOE SALE OUR SPECIAL/OFFER! For Saturday and Monday is $10 Off Any Coat in tKe Store COME IN AND TRY ONE ON. THAELL, The Tail or Third Ave. S Lethbridge with the Omnipotence of nod. 1 do not press anyone el�s to be a Calvin-let. With me religion is a matter at Individual conscience, unci noith.fr Mr. Cragg nor any other man is allowed to think for me. On many subjects 1 know more, at least I think so when 1 listen to them, than the preachers, but that does not lessen my appreciation of the minister's endeavors, j nor does ii reduce my interest In what | he say*. To the contrary the fact I that I do not agree stimulates 1 thought. } lu trying to rueontrovert my reason-ItiK, he refers to tho conversion of St. Paul and l.uthor. When was Paul an Irreligious man? As I read the scriptures there never was a minute of Bt. Paul's thinking life lhat he was not religious. How then does his conversion refute my argument'.' Again whan In all l.u-ther's life was he not a Christian, and when was ho an irreligious man? Never He was horn a Christian. Is not the. Roman Catholic churcu Christian'.' He was a monk of that church. The "Herald" says "he l Mr. Cragftl repealed assertions he had made before that there was not a section of the city which did not have a house of ill-fame." 1 brand this as wrong, and defy Mr. Cragg to prove It. 1 do so because Mr. Cragg has come to tho police station (ho has never come to the mayor's office, to discuss things or give the major a fair chance) and quizzed the police, I presume, lo get something behind n^biick that might and his critics by actions and words show themselves only pretended demo--crats, who are at heart Autocrats of] the worn order. t 1 am sorry I have not a full record i of Mr. Cmgg's statements, lie says ho ' wanted to Invite me to his church to, hear him on Saturday. He says he i tried to get me on the phone twice.! 1 was In my office from !)::io a.m. to' 1:^(1 p.m. without u single minute's In-] tet'tnlsslon, and at my homo from fi p.m. to K:,'�> p.m., when I went to a| picture show with my wife. I cannot j see thai he tried very hard to get me. 1 am sorry to crave this space from ' the paper, and to Impose thin snhject on the public, but f give, intimation now that I do not propose to let nny man traduco me or mako unwarranted state-menu. W. D. Ii. HARDIK. f'.ji.- It might be interesting lo note that it is conclusively proven lhat syphilis was introduced from the American continent to Kuropo In the first days of the 15th century. 1 made this htatemoni. before ot the Forum. It was pronounced as untrue by at least one physician. 1 would suggost that our people should read, road arid read, as 1 have done, everything they can lay hands on pertaining to the subject under discussion. 1 promise you, if you do, a very' interest ing time. "I suppose 1 can rely on these eggs being fresh?" "Certainly, madam. We get them diragg from the nmnufactiuor,"-Life. /-"-% Ladies' and Children s Fall Shoes Fashion's latest shoes In bH>wu�, gruys, blacks and taupe buck In S to 10 Inch tops. Ooodyear welt soles and made In low and high heels, Wc Can Save You Money in Children's School Boots Sizes 8 to 10 . $2.75 to $3.75 Size* 11 to 2 $3.50 to $4.50 IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE TMGIE LINES BEFORE YOU BUY LADIES' HOUSE SLIPPERS fells and satins, all colors, ranging from $1.50 to $2.50 De WOLF'S SHOE STORE CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET ;