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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'TEN LBTHBRinC.E DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, .U'jOL 16. 1020 Alberta Women and Alberta Laws (By Mrs L. C. McKttm ey) McKJnuey wUl welcome toy questions along'tlifsc her iu ot this piper. Address csis should b? the simp instead ot V.3. used acaiast I'rrelur ronf Holing. A dower lawfi'st hbw-! an-1 you wilt know hff" ever, would 1101 sli'ovt tbe estate uiau if KI during tho lifo ot bolii exceot at me with. Op in a wortgige iir :'iiy both would hare to sijn. N'ow, many siaves. is lo coma ij them ho Mlii tell you is new, but i; is the- oW- oai o! then! all and the one which'also hK the slave owner. King John that ihe wife ehall. have I tte hardest. It is this "If you do (his such a liebt In ail roil estate held by' thinf. you -will cut credit of overy husband. They nre no: yet nixing i la 'his in half." Ho Is il'hat the husband sbull hare has upiet naauy II your tlpmacJi U disKfhe tvro or three on ion gue b'ef 6 re retiring and en- joy refreshing The purity and of guaranteed by SCOTT t. BOWTiE MA3CEKS OF SCOTT'S EMULIiON so iny correspondent Tvill find.per- 'nbout the haps that the arguments used aro a tiielr hearts wheu Tvomen Avcre little more transparent -than7be.bad nuire's cos; Uieir home. Gut Uon'i I "'is though, the husband au-unhl not so much oil-! ject to seilini; if Hie Ji.ome-: fteafl is all th-al has any rlghm in, she will hoir! oiitirUiatiwhMi i it ifl really frr gfjbil of the Ihnt thpy iiiMl air: This j s v. ill at innfo !n i Iliis column later. kmr.v thm real man impalltntly until I shall finished to up Riany and varied ohj'TiioTi'; 1'ila plan. Go read Ihn'i argument? King .lohn ?are to signing llK1 .Magna CiiartE1., and Iho 'lie clavo holders iti thff The One Real Kerosene Tractor OilPull was originally conceived as a kerosene burner, i- was so designed and has always been built for this distinct.. purpose, It is not a "made over" gasoline tractor but built from the ground uj> to burn kerosene perfectly. Motor, car- buretor, cooling system, every part is designed particularly for kerosene burning. The perfect fuel.combustion pf.the OilPull is being'demon- stratcd daily, by thousands-of these machines in tlie field.. It makes uo difference if the CilPull is running at full load or light load, in wet weather or dry, coldest winter or hotteit summer, any time, any kirostnc is its meat und drink. s" And above all; time' hni proved the extreme durability of the OilPull. v.-ith pri'tlc, to .the first QilPulls 9, 10 and 11 years iu the still going strong. And not satiafietl with the fact .that during-aUtbese years-i] the OilPull has "proved beyond question its ability to burn kero- sene successfully under al! conditions, the Company 'every OilPull a written gu'arifitee that, regaraless of conditions or load, kerosene of' all'grades, can be. successfully to the full rated brake horsepower of the tractor. The OilPull is built in four sizes, 1.2-20, 16-30, 20-40 33- 00 H. P. Have your terra measured for an piiPulI. PI! AND: SERVICE STATIONS-..; BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY LETHBRIDGB ALEX. MCDONALD, MACLEOD A v GEO, MORTON, WARNER AXEL. ANDERSON, GRANUM: WM. FOOTE, PINCHER CREEK C. A. FERGUSON; CARDSTON BARONS IMPLEMENT AND ACCOUNTING "BARbNS NOBLE FOUNDATION LIMITED, llOBLEFORD CARMANG AY-MOTOR COMPANY, CARMANGAY FRED-COTTAHi COALDALE A. SWENNUMSON, BOW ISLAND J. J.' B'lLUNGMEIR, TABBR L J. BURR, MANYBERRIES McMlLLAN GRASSY LAKE GEO. T.WRIDE, RAYMOND The gratifying-re.ception given to MapleLeaf Fabric Non-Skids selling at the same price the Plain the introduction of Maple Leaf( in which woven fabric' is replaced by layer strong, supple cords- imbedded rubber. The extra comfort, extra long life and extra economy justify the extra at the slart, Ask the Maple Leaf dealer to show you the now 1 IS MADE IN CANADA Co. MONTREAL. Local Distributors Western Canada Hardware :Co. ;