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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'TAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALP THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. 1920 [Woman Suffrage in U. S. i- Will Enfranchise WASHINGTON. Aug. tlon of the suffrage amendment to toe I Constitution cuds a struggle which] .fcegau in this couuiry before, the Col-' I ouies declaredv their indeiicajdence. It1 i vyll -1 women. "T Vtoman sul'traye first raised its' m "in Maryland iu 1047 uhen Distress Margaret Jlrent. heir of Lord Calvert. demanded a place in tlie legislature of the colony as a property holder of wide extent. And in the day.-of the Revolution Abigail Adams' wrote her husband Jehu Adams at-: the 'Continental Congress "which was framing tho laws of the infaut nation that, the i.mre and attention are not paid to tho ladies, we are de- termined to foment a rebellion and will not hold ouraolveE bound lo obey say laws in which ve have no voice." Organized work' for woman air'frago began m the United States with tho "Woman's nights Convention In Sen- eca Falls X. 1S4S in whlcu was t called b) Lucretia OJott aud Elisabeth Cady Stsntou, early leaders of Massa- chusetts' and New York, in response tq the indignation aroused by the re-' fusal to permit vrouien to take part in the anti-slavery convention of 1S40. From the date of that convention tho suffrage uiovemeit in the United States btgau the. fight that lasted seventy years and eJidei} with victory. Another convention .followed in 1S02 atSyracuse, X. at which "delegates irom Canada were present and it was _ there tha Susan B. Anthony assum- ed leadership of the cause to which the devoted her life. In 1S89 the ISatioml Woman 'iSnf- Irage Miss Anthony and Mr Stanto'n "at its head wus formed in New Yorfc and in the sanre vear the American "Woman Suffrage Association was organized in Cleve- land with Lucy Stone and Julia Ward Howo as Us leaders. At first JUferiug iridely In policy, tho National Asso- ciation working to put a suffraga amendment through the federal Cdn- 3 and Its sister organization bend- ing its efforts to convert the country state by state, the two associations later auited under the name the NsUonal -Woman siiffrago Associa- tion. The Association's drive fcr the Tote was led in turn by Mrs. Staaton, Miss Anthony, Dr. Anna Howard Shaw and Sir Carrje Chapman Catt, the latter ot whom is, now Its-president The 19th .Amendment The- nineteenth" amendment, -which oeare her name, was drafted by Miss Anthony in 1S75 and was -first inlro- I- uncea in by Senat- or A A, Sargent, ot'vCalifornia; and it Is in the same language that the new principle ot the- national law 'reads Section right o.f citizens, of the Tlnited Stales to ,-fote shall not be denied or abridged fcy the United States or by any on account ot sex. 'Section 2." Conjrrtss shall have power by appropriate legislation, to enforce, tie provisions of this article." -Tie amendment 'holds the record ot heing before the '.country longaj than auy other successful amendment to the Constitution. It was introduced aa the 16th amendment and has been successively the 17th, ISth and 10th and has been before every session of 'Congress since its initial appearance. During the. first 35 years after its -Introduction Into Congress the amend- njchtmado practically no progress and until seven years ago it had not.been debated on the floor for 30 years. But the camnnign for tho movement was slowly hut steadily gaining ground in the Militants Meanwhile Anthony made test cf the right of'women to cast the ballot going to the polls and Tot- ing She was arrested and couyjcted a'nd, though she refused to pa'y her was never Jailed. She became, however, the forerunner of the "mil- itants "who adopted the forceful tac- eacbusjetts, Texas. Iowa, -Missouri, Montana, Hi2 jiesota. New Hampshire. Utah, Cali- fornia. Maine. -Vorth Dakota, South kcta. Colorado, Rhode '.Island, Ken- tucky, OIVKCU. Indiana, Wyoming, Ne- vada, New Jersey, Idaho. Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and "West Vir- ginia. Kri'iu Ha in this country, the suffrage movement met determin- t-d opposition from women as well as irtfu men. first organised tioo on the part of women manitest- od itself in 1S73 when i committee ot prominent women presented .a peti- tion to Congress "protesting against extension of suffrage to women." Mrs. T. Shonnap, wife ot tho Civil War hero, headed the- committee, of Premier Paul Pi'.ialeve of F.-aace who stopped here ou tais way from America to China Dominion Can't Make Many1 was quoted as sayiug as he dtseiu- which Catiiarine "Ward sister of the famous dlviue, Henry Ward Bcecher. was a pjember. Yur ions anti-suffrage organfzntlous came intu being subsequently, nntil thp Na- tional Association opposed to woman suffrage was formed in 1911 with .Mrs. Arthur M. Douse of Now York, as its "first prbsident his body, step by step, fought the adoption and ratifica- tion or the amendment Full suffrage is. enjoyed tooay by the women, ot 21 foreign countries In- cluding the new states of Czecho-Slo- vakia and Poland and tto ancient ca- llous of England. Germany and the Scaoidinauvian .countries. -Now that the 'women vf the United States have won the right ecfJiilly with, the men lo Uke their part in the government of the republic the effect of the wo- men's vote on the political life of the country .remains' for time to show. :Many -women are joining the old line parties with their folk but the National Woman's Party hold its o-.vu convention :in June and will draw up its slatform for the coming campaign. First efforts probably will be directed to the laws on inheritance, divorce, guardianship and other laws alleged Lo .discriminate against women. 1'oinls Hut Have Set Up New Record ANTWKKP. Augr. There wero only-, two dual events scheUaleil for today in the seventh Olympiad, these beiog the throw and tha nietre rate, tho pole vault, the metre the 2iKwn6tre dash, antf [he hop. step :ind jump. contestants are entered in several ol these events atd the Can- adian contingent is that ihe Dominion may be represented in the 1s finale. The Canadians are elated over the brilliant performance of Karl Thomp- son, of Prince Albert, terday .sly, w or a ho yes second LarteJ Tokto: "Tho peace of the world has iioth.- iug to gain from an Amerioaniied or un AiiglJeauized CMuru .Without ln; any waV- meaning cffend our friouda or Allies, we Cc-el that 10 French the moral obligatloa 10 cncuurago and develop the. Intel- lectual, scientific and toehniciri rohi- t ioa s whit1 h exist a! re (id y bet tveeii China aad France. "Frauco must not fail, at this.litue; while Chiutt, seeking to Is.' calling for iuleHectual uides auti technical 10; that, call; Anything that fails to iiresewt. French culture 16' Cliiua leaves liie way open for Ger- kultur, to ourhuii." M. Palnleve said his mission to China, which is .his destination', had nothing to do with finance, but was linroly'cdueational: KeJemitlc and tech: nlc-al, with the IdefToi laying a fouu: datlon for a knowledge. of tho Far Above rill it HOME-MADE BREAD Home breadUiriaking reduces the high cost of living by lessening the .amount of expensive required to supply the necessary nourishment to the body. The increased v nutritious value pf bread madta in the home with ROYAL YEAST CAKES should be stmiciem incentive to the thoughtful housewife to give this Important food item the attention to which it is justly entitled. Stead made with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other. Made in, Canada fror-i the lUVmetre hurdle mark, and, while it Is realized that Canada has but little chance of figuring very prcinmently in .the matter ot jpolnts. owing to the comparatively small number of entries from the Domin- ion, the fuct that one Canadian has made athletic history has 'greatly cn- 'couraged Thompson's Canada was drawn against England in tho first round o'f the water nclo. contest yesterday and the members already under .Svay HI Fraiice to re- of the Canadian team are looking for-1 Chinese students who ure in- ward to a keen contest with tho team j "easing in number. project has from the Mother Country. The water' bcen started at Fnris by Senator aad polo matches are scheduled to begin! Hugucs Le, Uous to found a August i'2 and will bo held in the new b0cml club ..for visiting Chinese. stadium built especially for the Olym-j PAPEFt. SUITS FOR J2.50 APIECE LONDON. (By Canadian firm that Imports German goods via Holland has had a range o! suitings sent from GeruiHuy on apjiroval'whteu may. be sold In Great Britain, made up and ready to wear, at from, 2s. Gd. (60 cents) to 10s. 6d. per suit. These suits are manufactured of his aim to guide toward trance the cr d cut styles. rUllnuca nil, Chinese who are seeking a higher ucation. His visit is deemed here? to be !m- port; alres irtaut In view of. the Largest Dirigible In the World Being BuilffortheU.S, Latest reports rtceived at the Niivy Deyartraent are tint, tho dirigible 11-38, now being constmttsd tor. tie Americao nary DT the Royal AlisWp Works, at Bed- ford, Is moro than 60 per cent, completed 'and probably to-take the air-by the lallcr part o{ November. When the great dirigible, which will surpass in .size any airship orer coustmcted, LhrusLs her nose out of the hangar at Bedford for the .first time there will traiaed-to-the> minute American crew aboard lo put her through.her: trial flight. Several training cruises on the British dirlg- pic. Barnes. Canada's saly entrant in the 400- metre event. Heclor Phillips of Torou- I to, qualified for the semi-finals iwlieu tho preliminary heats were ran this morning. Phillips was, however, elim- I FIFTY MILLIONS FOR I WATERFRONT IMPROVEMENT NEW YOliK, Aug. The great: .est water-front improvement here in SO years, in.volving the removal ot 32 One thousand of them can be bought forl20 'pounds sterling These are of "tho very best class oE paper texture." Complete suits were permitted to pass the customs at the declared value of lOd (20 cents) per article. The firm of agents dealing with the goods declares that under the system" of btiying the paper suits at the .pres- ent rate of exchange, 'it would be possible for a Britisher to be "com- fortably dressed'' In o new suit every iveek tof-a ysar at.tho. cost of one bought in the West Knd of Loudon. AERIAL POSTAL SERVICE LONDON TO. AMSTERDAM Canadian. Press) A daily, service forjttie despatch of mails" by. airplane between London and Ainslerdaui began on July 15tb.- "WINS SAILING.TROPHY .N.y, Ana. Krelde, of New York City, iilternatlbu- al canoe sailing 'champion; ivon the. _ national yesterday at tho il regatta of'tlje American :iation'at. Ih6 Thousand I BOLT ANSWERS PREACHER LA PORTE, 'lightning should strike this tent tonight how many'would bo ready for tha llov. John Tiniter, evangelist, asked a congregation of Free Methodists CKWulns a tent at Sprlngvllle, near hear. Jlanday night. Outside a storm was threatening. A minutes later a bolt or ligul- ulug entered tho .canvas .top, killed two ministers on the platform, biyn-. ed the Rev. Mrr .Timber, dangerously and knocked down many the wor- shippers. The dead; are: The Rev. Henry'Lenz. presiding Ueilvi 'dire. 111.; the Hev. L. HaBtoL field agent of, the Brahsvilla (WIs? Canpo seminary. Assoe: His .time for the Vr'ace. of .six miles was one hour, five minutes and three seconds. Quebec Province has a surplus foi' the vear ending with June of ?S5V D10.50. r t, "u n, luc urmuiai VL 1 mated in the semi-final this afternoon, antiquated piers- along the Hudson I Riven'and the erection in their I of IS vastly larger piers of latest design, has been planned bj-j Murray commissioner of! AGRICULTURAL MISSIONARY BEING SENT TO CHINA! WEST "RALEIGH, X. K.- Mitluletcin, instructor In srgric ture In tho Xorlh Carolina State (Jol- j lege of Agriculture and Engineering, and approved by the Sinking) has been uamed an agricultural mis- sionary to China by the Ftoreigu "Mis- sion Board ot the and'will leave soon to take tip his work in Kaifeng .College, Honan Province. v To form the basis of the agrlcultur-i al arid livestock department of thcj college a number of Auiti-lwin breed-1 ers- have contributed a number of i head of .dairy cattle and Mr. Middle-.- ton will take these to China with him.' The dairy herd will 'ha tfatcil for by i Chinese boys In. .exchniige for their hoard and tuition.' In Addition, a dem- onstration farm "similar lo. those oper- ated In connection with Ainerii-au ag- ricultural colleges Will heJ eo1 .with- a practical Chinese fanner Fund Commission. .The improvement wiil.cost SoO.COO.noo and will remilro 30 years to: toropjete. Work is ex-' pecied to be starteM'jicst suriug. OHIO BISHOP 'V i WILSON AS EGOTIST Ihle R-33, offered by the British gov- "as a co-operative" giilile.' eminent for'that purpose, already I have been mridc by American person- nel who: will .form the R-3S's crew and the mammoth airship will be-i manned by experienced sailors of address; air -when' she sets' out on, her trans- Atlantic flight, -which officials say bo mp.de- neit April or May. With a gas volume' of i Cr50n Bishop Andei-son declared "Europe again lo be drenched in blood be- cause Wilson's egotism prevented Ilia taking William Howard Taft and oth- ers into his confidence." K, He charged that America 'deserted the world when it.ves most needed, thus causing the present Pnlaml.crisis. The bishop then asserted thar. no man ever rose so'quickly to the pin- nacle of arid Ibc'nJdroppeti so quickly to inconsequence as President Wilson. A Well Balanced Food ready-to-eat and con- taining its own sugar. A Popular Cereal That Saves You Money Grape served with milk or cream, fresh fruit'or berries, makes; a delightful dish for home folks or guests. This health-building food rfaino wholesome, nut-like from the Wenty-hour baking of wheat and malt ed barley. All Grocers Sell Made by Canadian Postum Cereal Will Poland, and Fvussia Agree? i'erhaiis, but there is uu douljt about your agreeing with its that wo cau Bervc- you well! OUR SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY-SATURDAY, 40c 50c 40c 40c 40c 35c r.oo 60c Plantation per Kisses. per ll> Olrl per Ib Peanut MriUl per II) Sailed JYarji pur llj I'eamil UiUto por Hi Or Vtiroo pnu for U'illurcl'3 Chr I will be obliged to raise the price on Stuart's Extracts to 30c per tube, We can'supply for a while at. the old price, 25c per tube. Vanilla, Lemon. Maple, Orange, Peppermint, Pineapple and a number of other flavors. 608 Third Avenue Autumn will- admire the; soft -''fabrics, -the dinging youthfublines, -the graceful yoii: may also show it, the garment has had to. pass the rigid test of Honest and. careful workmanship -in every detail of making and cutting from eaqh stand- whethei' style; of material, or of nianirfacture; each, 'garment has been selected for it's individual superiority, giving you a guarantee of-utmost value for every dollar of cost. Our Prices Are Just as Attractive as Our Styles I I C C C C I i 'C 1 bl OUR ADS, YOU READ 'OUS AO- VERTISEMENT YOU KNOW THAT THEY ARE WRITTEN WITH THE PERSONAt SIN- CERITY THAT YOU WOULD EXPECT IN A LETTER FROM. A NEAR FRIEND RECOM- MENDING TO YOU THE DE- SIRABILITY. OF WEAR AND WEARABLES WHICH WE KNOW TO BE JUST AS WE DESCRIBED THEM. WE LIKE TO HEAR OUft PATRONS SAY ARE REALUY BET- TER THAN HAD ANTICJPAT- ED. I Affl WONDERFULLY WELL PLEASED.1' AND THAT Is JUST WHAT WE HEAR TIME AND TIME AGAIN. THE NEW THINGS FIRST ew ew CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN CORSETS 100 pair ur madn- from good quality" material; hose auijuuris and' well flnislicd'in every way. Values up to o fn V5.50 pair. Week Special EMBROIDERY EDGINGS "N'riiTow 6dfiinga for iti assorted patterns ami In gootl riuallty. A dean up; values up to lOo y.inl. Week Knd Special, yard LADIES' HOSE Cotton noav. full fashioned derful value, arts broivti find Manufacturers' eecon'ls. up to 70c pair. Week Kml Hpoclnl 5c 50c BLOUSES uiiey' 'fin'j white Hahufai silk Mouses In slylos r.m! sizes from 3D to U. Values i to SG.OO oacli. Week End 4.95 CAMISOLE MATERIAL This Is :i fine sill: camisole iimterial; juat the-proper -width-In crepe de cliino and silk. are maize, pink and white; lliilshed with Isicu edging. Rcgulnr yard. Week i nfj Knd Special........___................ l.UU WHITE FLANNELETTE (ioofl hoavy weight While Flannelette imrirte width aud soft fine finisb. lleBiilar 60c value. Week EnO Special, yard te...40c Pho.ne 1251 YLANDi COMPANYl Prompt ;