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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920 THE rFTHrnitnGE DAILY HERALD PA'OP. (CoulinueJ from Front FLAG OFFICERS OF THE ROYAL CANADIAN: YACflT jCLUB AND THEIR YACHTS Lloyd George that fho -would not ittnctioa any policy of annexation by iti Germany. It was impossible, declared tho proniter, to Kave another Alsace-Lorraliio. Such a policy, he said, had been by uome powerful perf onager and Journalist in Prance. WI hardly .need aBBure tho Mr. Lloyd George "tliat (M. Mil- leraud mid his associates readily and since rely save oMurauce thiv.1 the vast majority-of the peoplo of Franco were Jujtas much opposed to a policy ot that'kind as the people of Great Britain. .1 attach enormous import- ance to that" .A MliundtraUndlnQ Removed .Vuotier misunderstand I a? that had tieeu removed, the premier went on. was on too part'o! tbo Krencb, who no doubt thought Great Britain did not mean to enforce the treaty regard-to the reparation and ills- armament. .There invs no difference o{ oiilulon ou disarmament, he said, -out when It came to ordering dtsarraaffien', there no one in Germany who eeemed to hare the power to enforce tho decree, grcatett-dlHteultiM tho allies had to "aco. Reparation guarantees and acceptance we must Mr. Lloyd George laid. "That is.essential. Wo cannot these torrif EC'weapons of war to bo left lying about. Jlegardlng repara- tion, we want to know what proposals Germany Is ftblo to make for llquldat ins her liabilities. know perfectly well that, in her present condition she'cannot pay. but ive want (o see that Germany really, actaoirlrfge? her liability End is UilnWng about methods of liquidat- ing it.'! Let a German minister corao to Sira wltn'Bome definite proposal regarding the turn she can pay and the. method-by which "she proposes to or any 'other suggestion for tho liquidation of her liabilities." Turning again to tbo question of disarmament' of Germany, Mr. Lloyd Georffo raid ha' had heard by Uio Brit- ish officer in charge of the destruc- tion of .weapons, that tho Germans had faithfully given an account ot nil thelr'guns. "Regarding Uie premier tald, great'difficulty is being exper- ienced! Tho men tavo not given them up and that U a danger, not pnly to tie peace oE Europe, but to the Inter- nal peace of Germany." The Hag officers of the RG.Y.C. hare been elected by acclamation; From left'toVfbt': Commodore Cecil G. MarUtt ftnd cutter, ot Commodore Gcorga H. Goodorhara and hla echooner-yacht, Oriole IIL, and AcniIUua Janrls and hla schooner-yacht, Bagwell. Canada's Best Flour MAKES THE MOST WONDERFUL BREAD AND PASTRY YOU EVER SAW. HANDLED BY ALL GROCERS. A9K FOB AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK Seeding is general In the iMedicino Hat district and from Medi- cine Hat to Swift Current. Cuticura Soap Will ilelp You Clear Tour Skin Alhegta Women and Alberta Laws :.i (By Mrs L.C. McKmney) Vre. McKihney will welcome any questions along Ihesc lines. 'Addrest lief In care of this paper. A correspondent asis tie following from hla wife and leave borne, start- questions: I "What'are a woman's rights herej in Alberta, and how can. abe obtain "Can a man 'sell the homestead if his wite and family are living off of it tor "Can tho husband 'sea stock be- longing to his "Can a man taie the children away Clogged-Up Over Causes Headache foolish to suffer bom constipation headache indigestion, and. kw-; ailments- E another PEGGY. Now as to the rights of married; women in this province, tots Is or school matters -It is the resident Uipayera whs may vpto in school affairs, both as to electing trustees, and Issuing deben- tures, The expression "resident ratepay- ers" "is defined In tho School Ordt- nancsi-as meaning' any person of the full ago of 21'years, actually residing in aijd who has teen the owner or occupant of accessable prop- erty, period of-at least two inonthK prior to 'the election. lu'o. rural municipality "resident ratepayer" means auyone of tho (ull ago of 21 years, who resides in the and whose name Is on tho last revised municipal voters' llaL In 'aby.olher district "resident rate- payer" Jneans any person of 21 years 'of actually resides therein should be a largo'subject to consider t and whose; name appears on tho last lu one column, or one Issub of a paper. In another way, however, you could almost sum it up in one BOUT tence, "she has none worth ing." There is nothing which you can do Peggy to secure those mythical rights, Just sit -tight, and keep on' work.ug hard, and saving all you can, and if your husband should die before he has given away everything which the byo revised assessment roll of the district. was amended In 1D17 ao that "resident ratepayer" also includ- ,ed the husband, wife, BOD, or daughter of the ratepayer, who was of the full 21 and who actually resided lu the .'school district. This again was'amended in 1918 to( Include 'sister also, but stipulated that any and all of the above must live in the.'samo house with the resident rate- Oxo ooBUin the rich meat of pruaie' beef itt eotnptct tod ooareucnt form they art biadj for ate ugrwijcre, it any Joit a a biwgit or two I a htht; raMaioiot mctl U ot you together hava earned, you may! payer in order to vole. j hnve it all It there are no children, This debars .the teacher unless'he or sho'is the1 occupant or owner of halt of H U there has never 'been but one child born to him, and a third of It when Liver CUIMARD ANCHOR Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW Vanban ..MayIB Cannanla .Slay 15 K. A. Vic. May 29 Vestrls .June 10 NEW YORK-TCHtRBOURQAND 'SOUTHAMPTON Maurtetnia May 22 Inipcrator June 13 Monretania 3 Tmperator July 17 AqulUnla .Jul31 Impsmtor NEW BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON Tlyl Ocurgo May Byl Jun 23 Jlyl Gcorgo Jul2S EyI George Sop ll NEW via Movlllc ColuniDta .May 22 Columbia .Jnly 3 Columbia. .July 31 Columbia .Auj. 2S NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER BOURG AND LONDON Caronia ..May32 Caronla Saturnla ..May S May29 Cassandra July DrallB, Money Orders an-i Cable nemlltancoa. For full IntorniMttpD apply to any R. and a. S. agents, or to Com liany's SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St.. Wlnnloco great nerre and blood (on Ic for ABeBb. Rheomattao, Blerrouoeu, getplftimen and Pmafe Wealmeu. land. 'The teacher who boards may if more than one child. But ho can tie it any sort ol .way. (hat -The original Act; which was passed peals to him. Or if ho leaves 'no while >we were still part of the North- the two-thlnls will be tied iip-for the .the vole an children and tho legal 'eiriens'es will debentures to non-resident taxpayers, nake you' gasp i right was kopt until 191S Can you wonder if some women arc'' "Henr was Insert- Mlravagant, and gel tirb'A'of scrapins, h- omen Made Young Bright eyes, a clear slrfn and a body full of youth end health may be yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL 'dent taxpayers In school matters from (municipal expenditure of money. The But sv-en the little third, and that non-resident teipayer may vote for means .the third after the legal fees. councillors in a municipal election, or arc deducted, is not yours any more.. J0j 'debentures for any municipalei- The legislature last winter made Umt'-'peiKillurVot money. The wives, hns- liablc for the children's support, eft'.bands, aud daughters of those on that our last legislature really spl.'.the'assessor's list may vote for conn- women back a step'financially. The -in-ii" i.... argument nil these years has been; that although -women had only- the third, yet that was hers, and tb..........Mctagama June 11 .Empress of France .Tune 12.............CorsiCifn .luno 10 ..'.....'.......Malta June 25 ,.FrinCe Fred. Will. July.Z .............Victorian July 9 ...Empress of I'Vance July 10 .Metngama July 17 ............Corslcan July 23 ...Prlnoo frcd. Will. July 2-1..............Mclita July 30 ...........Victorian TO GLASGOW May JO .............Sicilian 'June 2 ...........Prctorlan June 23 .............Sicilian July 7.............Prctorlan July 2S ..............Sicilian (Passport application form) supplied.) Cftll or for full lion, 0. P. n. Ticket Offlco, JA3, GORDON Depot Ticket Agsnt PHONE 512 Tickets Issued on all oihir hollo Hues. Used for 70 Yean Thru its use Grandmother's youlhful jpptarance has rtrruliud unlil youth his become but _ The soft, white eppfcaranee it renders eaves the joy of Ekaury will for j new legislation, for I third is equally Are your gums Do they bleed when brushed? JorPyorrhea. four out of fire people over forty, not only destroys tiic teeth, but often wrecks the health..-1 In Pyorrhcn, the gums become spongy, thai recede; the teeth decay, loosen, and fall must be ex- tracted lo rid the system of the infect- ing Pyorrhea germs which breed in pockets about them. Thea: germs low- er the body s vitality snd cause many diseases. You can keep Pyorrhea away. Visit your dentist often fcr tooth and gum inspection, and use Forhan'3 For the Gums. Forhan's For the Gums prevents Pyorrhea-ror checks its progress, if used in lime and used consistently Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Fothan's keeps the gums firm and clean. Start using it today, ICybdr gums have receded, use Forhan'3 according to directions, and, consult a'dcriiisl im- mediately for special treatment 35c and 60c tubc3 in Canada and U. S. It your druggist cannot supply you, send to us direct and wo will mail tube postpaid, fORHAN'S.LW., Montreal FORTHE GUM thirds for'the children's support. Not that it would make any diffqr- enco to many mothers, for .wo well know that mothers heed lo be protect. cd against their children far more than children need protection against their mothers. But T do not think many women in this province- bet.ov- ert that our legislature would make: a woman's property subject to the sun- port of the children until tho moth- er's had first been given a Just share j in their own and their husband's- es- tate during coverture, Selling the Homestead The homestead does not necessarily mean lanrf bwnieatcaded. H means the home, whether in town or in the country. Tho Dowe- Act reads: "Tho I residence of a married man shall not bo deemed for the purposes of this act, to havo been changed .unless such jhanse of residence is consented to n writing by tho wife of such mar- ried man." Now K it were not for this ciauso the act would be of .little Flccauso if a man wanted to sell tho homestead and his wit6 oh-, lericd, he could simply move into] tarnished rooms. If his wife did noli follow him he need not be at any further responsibility for sup-portihg her. If she did follow home- stead .would then bo no longer a home- stead and he could soil it without her signature.' Also K a man and his wite are living apart; a Judge ot the supreme court may dispense with the signature of tba wite, and allow the husband to sell It without her consotit, a man can sell Ihe but it must he subject to a life IS-' tcrcst for the ivlfe. So you see really how llttlo the Dowor Act omounls to. A man who Would be just to his wife anyway, would not take advantage of it, but ono who would not can easily evade It. Property laws between man and man aro plainly -written, and easily understood, and' without loopholes which allow ono nian to work his will upon tho other. But those between man and wlfo arc not so written. A man can not ncll stock belonging to his wlfo. 1 hardly understand your last question. 13ut your luisbartd can mnvo lo almost any corner of Ibq cartli, and 1C you refuse to follow him, and can not show cause to a Judgo which ho will regard as sutfl- cient, your husband is. under no.fur- Ithcr responsibility for your support, Question No. 2 "Does a non-resident taxpayer in a municipal district hnvo a right lo vote at school "If ho owned land in a number Of districts, could he vote In all of "Is a teacher to vole '.s. ypto.; f' A'! parson then, who does nnt ?ay now her vote for the expenditure ot with the two money when the good of-children is anraxirt. Tnis js a step on the way of recognizing the import- ance .of the rigbls of the child over those, o! property. SASKATCHEWAN STARTS rO.GO OUT EDMONTON, April a -riae'of 18 inches on tho level of the -Saskatchewan within the last '24 hours and a local run oC 'ico'lasl evening lasting about halfan hour, lie general break- up, of Ice in Iho river has start- ed. Tile rfso in the river started earlyTliursday morning. TO EUROPE QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL May 7, June 4......Victorian May-14, June 11, Bmp Franca Junn 25, July 23 rr. Fred. W'm From-Monireal To May ..Liverpool 0.. S cot 15. ,19..Sicilian ........Glasgow .21. .Grampian S'th'pton-Antp. k E8. .Tiinislon ..Havro-London J CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICE I M.in Si. my tack! OUCH! HOW IT PAINS! "OH, IT'STHEREl Right Across Small of ttc IJapk or Over the Kidneys" tUMBAGO, RHEUMATISM, GOUT, SWOLLEN AND PAINFUL FEET Due to Faulty Kidney Elimination. .Aii signals of distress. The kid- neys have too much work to per- form. Uric ncid iicoumulates in tho system in the form of urftte Obtainatyotirnearestdrugstoi tli at newest discovery of Dr. Pietce's, called "Anurio" (anti- "Anurio" is more potent than lilhik and dissolves urio acid as hot water docs sugar, Tho best kidney remedy known. HAMILTON, Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets liave been such a wonderful help to me I want to Icll suffer with kidney trotiblc. I have suffered with rheumatism {or the last five years, and I have only taken three bottles of the Anuric Tablets and three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, ntidatnnearly citred. I waut to recommend Dr. Pierce's medicines to any sufferer with kidney trouble, or anyone nm-dowii after having the 'flu MRS. ESTHLLA GRANIIY, No. 54} James Street, North. ANUHIC DANCE OFFICIAL OPENING OF G. W. V. A. AUDITORIUM AN INVITATION DANCE WILL BE HELD IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS Friday, April 30th DANOINd FROM TO REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED STREET CAR SERVICE AFTER DANCE INVITATIONS BY PHONING 372, OR FROM MEMBERS OF LOCAL COMMITTEE. AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 1104 6th AVENUE SOUTH FRIDAY NEXT, APRIL 30 COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTQN INSTRUCTED BY MRS.-J. B. MURRAY, WILL SELL BY PU8LIC AUCTION, THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects Including: Heavy mission oafc secretaire desk; splendid lounge In solid leather; very handsome MAHOGANY CHINA CAB- INEfT; white enamelled wicker easy chair; solid oak upholstered rocker; SOUD WALNUT UPHOLSTBRBD CHAIR; MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABI..B; SPLHJfDlD In oak with record cahlnet to 'match; round quartered oak (lining with extra leaves; set ot flight solid OAK DINING CHAIRS, occasional table; cork carpet, 3x10; SIASSIVB OAK DRESSER; beautifully carved oak DEDROOM SUITE, comprising bed complete, dresser anil, stand to match; largo'oek'dresser; small uizo table; oak book' case with glass doors; about 100 volumes ot bed- room rocker; dresser with long mirror; gilt framed mirror; brass trimmed bed comnletq. HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE with gaa tirt. ures; gas coll water heater; wringer; hose; kllcten table; kitchen utensils; pictures; glassware; china, etc., etc. TERMS CASH PHONES "YVADOINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" For Immediate Shipment ..iCar Load Lots or Less. 75 CARS OF CHOICE ALFALFA. 50 CARS No. 1 TIMOTHY AND TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIX- ED, AND ALFALFA MEAL AT REASONABLE PRICES. About 40 Cars Rolling Now IBS. GOVERNMENT TESTED ALFALFA SEED FOR SALE, PHONE R-217, OR WRITE ;