Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. APHIL 20. Vm I'r.v: LETIIBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN The Old-Fashioned Man And Woman Suffrage Ottawa, Aiirll i;0. Ono. imist not bunk :ilt()K(;tlier on the. ilcbateH in piivllfinuMit, 'I'liuy uru llw> (IrosK pai'iulQ of (lliiHinuilalion- liiiifiiiago Ih iiBoii there to coiiciml llioiiti'lii. Tho \lLHl -woril in ulwiiys Haid oiitHldo tlu; Iioiiho and t'ii'i|iicnti.v it Ik i|iilt(! illffuront i'roni tlial wliicli rillH Mr. Spealtoi's imwh. A.-i nonu! nioni'liei'R mako a, lifai^lico oi' II to talk niin way, voli^ unollii!!' anil think a tlili'd, il. Ih dllTlciilt to ktiep track or their real ojilnicniK. I am not sure tlial woman snriraKu (lot's not KO tliroUBli tho lionsc^ with a HlirnK of tlic Khouldor. 'i'lie old | taslilotuHl tiK'.inboi' does not - bc.liiiVi; j ill It but ho rfgavdti it as iiicvitablo- part of tl. .om�nt of liio hko-and he Is not ivitlioiit hope tliat it. H'ill .soon paBH iind that men and women will got back to beiiiK men and women again in the Kooti ojd way that Providence inlended. "I would." said the old -faHhioned monilier, "that i could utter tlie thouBlita that arise in me but my conutituenls won't let lue. I have a good Hized woman's vote in my rid-iiiB and I may need il at the next election. At the sanu' time I'd be; glad to do withonl il. They'll vote the same way a.i llieir men. .Simply (louble.s Ihe (�niivasKiiig-that's all I can see In it." "Woman," I .suKRe.-iteil. "will riv j generate politics. You imisl reiiiem-lic'r tliat fihe Is niaii':^ ei|iial and haw an equal right to aliaie the i'e.'riionHi-bilUies of .state with him." Not Superior "I'lfliiall" Kliorted t/ie old fa.sliioned member, "eciiial-yes. Hni not lii.^; superior-some of them go tliat far -but I'll never asree to that. Kiiual riglits with man. Granted. Then equal duties and eiiual iienaltiQs. Tliey are tlie weaker sex no longer. Maying edged In on man's rights they can hardly lay claim to womiin's iiriv-ilcges. For inHtance wliy sliouldn't a brisk young woman of voting age give up her Heal in Ihe street ear to me. a tired ohi man of si.xty-five'.'" "I suppose," contiiuied Ihe old fa.shioned member chewing hlA cigar .savagely, "that when a woman kills lier himband by putting powdered gJasa in his food or arsenic' in hi.s tea that siie will expect lo escape hanging as usual. The mere fact of her having a vote won't prevent her (hlvalrous friaiuls of both sexes from molting the kind lieiirt of the minister of ju.stiee v.ith pleas to let her off because she is a woman. And what's more I suppose the liiiiiister of jus-lice will go on doing il. ri"'s old faaliloned too and doesn't liki; to see a wcman dancing a jig on the empty air." "ICvldently." I said, ".vou'ie on the same side as those bright young men from Quebec-Sir Wilfrid's rising liopes-who dcvelopeil their college theses the other day to Ihe lU'feet that woman's kingdom is tbi'. home. Mow did one young gallant put it- that her tiirone w'as on the fireside? A pretty hot spot for a throne-but let it go at that.'" . Quite Right "Tliosc bright young men from Quebec." replied tiio old fashioned member, "were quite rigiit. 1 say nothing about tlie influence of a church which lias sanctified motherhood and does not want to unsaiictiiy il, but 1 do fake my ground on hunuin nature. "Woman suffrage is a great deal more serious than i)olitics--il is sex. I'oli-tics may shift but sex is immiitabie. ] am disinclined lo do anything that �would interfere with love making tlie world go round as it lias done ever Kince Eve was created. There will bo many social, Economic and politi-�!��.,m di'al of feeling at .'.ivle'l Tlie evangelical nei I in were Inaugurated !:,:.� a.-e growing in iiil. r n, goes by, ami il is > ,\;..... ,| day will )iro\ e. to Ik : v.-n Ihe eau.se. Rev. llobinsoii and lii, are winning iiiueli i;' ,.;, ; iiienf for the earnesi luaiip they are coiuliictin .Mieli.^l I rie-:! � IMI � 1 a ^' i-:v-;il I'll iha' �,l d-,. T\f V/orth a WiiilC You cnli fiefJi'. II lipyoni- Old Straw n.e,:;, or t.ilen nrv/ -cukir uMlli 'I)Y-0.1,A' .STRAV/ liAT COLOK,PMUi|)ii. Hl.-icic.liliT.riivv l;!iic-,Taii.Ur..v...i, (-tofii, Carclm;;!, r.iitl I'ni'plc. U,-.il;iy liltlf'l::n'i:; will, .-.vrry I''-i f-'i !ly .siiiiplf:, ti.iiiply perKTL. t;jy it 1 Acal'i. your Drujji'isl or Doalrr f ;r straw Ha� Color fO!' a,s,-.oeia le; 1 V, !lie!l ______J ____ ............_____ - - ; ui) attempt at emotional m- di-.iiualie effects are indulged in and the nipsieal program is creatin.g iniieh inierisi. R. N. W ,M. POLICE ITALY HAS SOLDItIRS | BUT NEED TRAINING \'i'asliinKlon, April l:e In evplpna-lioii of Ihe appai(.'ni .iiidin.iiy iiividv-ed ill dispatidiing llalian iroujis \ii ilie I'reueh front wliile fiinmli and r.in; ish troops are now in hnl'., Iinlin:i military exiieris )j()ini"i kuI here ei day that Italy will lia.n a lai;'i' iiiii;; her of soldiers available for si^rvic" il I buy can be properly iu'iiieil. (.fji)i;i liel and maintained. �OR SOCIALISIS GET M SENTENCES Minneapolis. April TO,-James A. ^ Pelerson, candidate for the United j States senate, and ,1. O. Bentall. Soc-1 ialist candidate I'or governor. who! were both convicted for violating the | espi'onage act, wer(^ today sentenced ! to terms of four and five years, re-j speetively_ in the Federal prison. A: stay of sentence was granted and bonds were fixed at $10,000 each. i Counsel for both men announced j that an appeal ivill be taken to tliej circuit court of appeals. Peterson was convicted for writing articles criticizing the senate's war aims in the Minneaiiolis and SI. Veul American, a weekly newspaper, while | Hentall was convicted for making an i address last July at Hutchinson, j .Minn,, nr.ging the rojieal of the dniftj law and for obstructing enlislmenis. : P. G. E. BILL Victoria, B. t:.. Aiiril 111, Al ibis morniiigs session of i)ie ? legislature. I'remb r (dive'.-, in- point the board of directors. .J. .;..�;. .> .> .;. Cavalry Service Overseas Age .................. 18 to 45 Height from ........ 5 ft. 5 in. MUST BE ABLE TO RIDE. Apply at Barracks at Once. the pioneer motor machine co. REPAIRS For automobiles, engines, machinery. BLACKSMSTHING Mclaughlin and Chevrolet cars fairbanks-morse ljnes AT COALDALE 1 Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones are often caused by Gall Stones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not one in ten Gall Stone Snfferens knows what is the trouble. Marlatt's Specific will cure without pain or operation. Buy from JACKSON & CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. J.W. MARLATT6.C0 581 ONTARIO ST, TORONTO ONT. G.H. Legler AUCTIONEER NANTON, ALBERTA UtKik your sales with W. H, PAWSON, 11 Stafford Block Lethbridge, Alberta BULLS FOR SALE J. H. PATRICK & SON Of llderton, Ont., have on hand twenty-five Scotch topped , SHORTHORN BULLS From 15 to 24 months old. The'se may be seen at THE FAf^MERS' FEED BARN, Third Street, Lethbridge, , J. H. Patrick & Son, Alexandra Hotel Undertaking 20 per cent Discount As prices are advancing frequently, we have bought an extensive slock in order to protect the public ,therefore, we invito yon to call ahd 'see us before purchasing. COUNTRY AND CITY ORDERS RECEIVE OUR USUAL PROMPT ATTENTION MacKay and MacKay 803 3rd Ave, 8., Lethbridge Canada Land k Irriiation Co. Ltd Phone 1802 Nev�r Closed WE HAVE A FEW , Staude Mak-a-Traclors FOR SALE AT OO each Orders Must Be Accompanied! with Deposit. Lethbridge Motors Limited ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH IMPROVE OUR SURROUNDINGS With hardy Alberta grown trees, shrubs, flowers and fruits. An investnient in actliinated nursery stock is an improvonient that will grow instead of deteriorate, and add a now atmosphere to our home environinonis. Buy hardy stock from a home coinijany. The A. MITCHELL NURSERY CO.. LTD. Nursery at Coaldale. Stafford Block, Lethbridge Visitor* Always Welcome. These lands are in the district between Retlaw and Medicine Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan rivers. These lands are to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. The Company are looking for bonalide settlers. We would be pleased to have you inspect our lands. Prospective purchasers should make all enquiries direct through the Company's office at Medicine Hcit. We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. ' LAND DEPARTMENT il Canada Land & Irrigalici! Co. Ltd. Box 677 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Phone 2428 PHONE 535 1720 SECOND AVE, S. GREASES 62 STATIONS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Mice to Engine Owners! THE IMPERIAL OIL Ltd. Will be pleased to quote prices on the best grades of GASOLINE, COAL OIL, LUBRICATING OILS AND AUCTION SALE On MONDAY NEXT APRIL 22 AT 1221 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH at two o'clock FRANK WADDINGTON instructed by the owner will sell by auction, AS above, a quantity of useful household FURNITURE and effects including: Set oi' si.\ solid oak dining chairs; oak e.-itending dining table; K;vnitary lounge; bed lounge; two good grass roj'kcrs; massive morris cliair; three good tapestry .sonares; single bed complete with springs and mattress; solid oak dresser; oak finish dresser and stand; two sets toilet .ware ;oeeasional tables; "Homestead"' iJhole kitehen range In A 1 order; window enrtains; wringing ma-ehine; wash holler; 8-day cloek in oak rase; kitchen utensils, etc. And one pen White Leghorns (laying) Also One Runabout Maxwell Car in good running order. terms cash phones 770-469 sale at two o'clock prompt. FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has ' Opened a BUREAU in the , Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. Phone 1603 NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS OF Emmerson Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it Will Be Necessary to Order Early THE SUPERIOR SUPPLYCO. CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. .