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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER-2, 1920 THE IiETHB'RIDGE DAILY HERAJJ) PAGE THIRTEEN' ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LAWS rV' (BY.LIH.1E YOUNG McKINNEY) WILL WELCOME ANY QUESTIONS OR DIS- CUSSION ALONG THESE LI NES. ADDRESS HER IN CAHE OF THE HERALD. Citizenship have the interests of a buyer and seller -I to consider, and these two peoploboth We are now coming to thejlms of th'6y a rlght to accom- UUO UL I year when many elections, both muni- Of course, if elpal and city will be held and much ha, been ?old, lhe BeUer regret Is expressed that voters noil 111iHM liiVnhiWuwl fa hava the our- sq vitrify concern them. Reference la ill still be'supposed to have the pur- being jnado to .certain other 'years, when such a.small per cent, of tlro vote'was polled. But why is It a serious matter? The election will be held just the. same, aad the result will p'rpbably not CTRn In the meantime hajfe done various things -which would not have done but fpr tha bequest which came to tilni. i s. You should probate the wlh at once, ;fpte'" further complications have voles polled; Why .then not let whole .matter opened .np.before >ini, Btay away from'.the lolling booths if io? Because Delecting- candidates real justice will raofo easily arrived the thing is left the if tie all that is riot doing it.. Later nils- understandings in Ight. arlBC, which a judge, could settle -now for all lime. the. probated, Ihc heihs.would.probably feel that they had given'.their 'mother Such nature. r "A will Is never outlawed the sensp in which, yob jjecanso! the songs, tho college ''people are always buylig'-anf arid the enthusiasm trained to i It is most difficult.lo carry out the will fever heat? What opportunity will the testator, after much limp- has the rank dnil (lie have 16 influence the elapsed; May I suggest, .that with this Vc-siilt of tho'game? r'- object lesson the wi- .to.office.is a'j-ery sinall part-of cltl- zoiishlp-V'Meii.aro bill'children'of a larger jels a fow. years for aii lUuelratlqii' .-A Leisbh From Football' an imporlant foolball -game.is coming, every effort is'riiade'.witii.thB personnel team.-They are train- ed to the lirSit, and inspired with Ihelr res'po ri slbll i lies'. Hut .why th b nia'ss hieetlng of'1110 student body? and! that must keep the morale'that statement, and then appoint an fro'rii sagging, -must, tense the 'jaded eiecutor.. The will must signed hy muBCles, and force from worn 'out wills! two personrwho; are not beneficiaries the'power to.fceep the dead tired hod-1 the presence of each other This is'ihe work of tho'and of the testa for, Jmt; the witnesses rooters.' K'-lthe was not cb'oji'gh interested to go to tho field, Ihliik ye the "team" would stand much cKance of This thfen is the'work of the citizens. whom we put into office have a rlgjit to'.qur interest. Our support it possible; our'crUicism It we must.-biit crlticl.sm in any event; -If nbt'sufBcIently Interested to cast our' ballots, and to wafch the ways of our .officials.'after they take: office, thenMf they do their work well, no credit is UI; we .what we. deserve. .But that does hot.get us.any place. Th'o fact people, men and do'not'Aeed to Knowrtha contents of the will. Appointing an'eiecutor saves much expense in event of her death. One more point this case'.bringB out. It was two years before this will was As I was-talking over >nth a lawyer .who' informs mo upon points too deep1 for the lay. mind, this lawyer statedMhat he.could see a thing occurred." He himself had'a number .of .wills placed; in his care by Probably] the know! that such Villi and .If he did not hear of the deaths inen, just" such "other .cases! Wqu 13 Here again is mu'cB .troublo. because autos, and call at their 'doors and say, "Please' come and That is the plan ".toward which to be drifting. -.BUI jet's stop a minute and take stock-of huniah nature.; Tom: Sawyer's Way V 'Bo you .remember the fence- that. neitded'whltewashiiig and Tom Sawyer riii to do' dp. .yflu ifcj Jill'.. lamenting The fact" uh'tM tfie Inspif- a'tion came was to treat the: work a privilege; .and clurge tie-hoys rh .good round price for the prlVifegc of taking with' the brush? And "then dp. you remember Tom's possessions at the end of the I confess'that'a dead fat is all up my hava left it with my lawyer" how much trouble' would have been -rv Personally, I .can-but think that the time is near when .we: will to air low. dead men arid women to reachi beyond the grave and so much to I say in the affairs of the 'living. As we look about can hut hSeh and'ivonion do not make such'. a crowning success of running their' own- affairs while they are living. Can you ;cipcct that .they will he able to look beyond the' length of their when they do not even know when it and are, sel- dom prepared for'that-ending either I can the fence" had financially or shall be all'.-besn gone'dyer again.and'iigainj able to decide wlselyas shall iinlil-'tha whitewash-was gone, 'arid i be done under, every when Tom's pocket "could tain all of i they know neither the conditioner the his'wealth. amount of properly which-will bo not less'on.irom human available to meet such nature where w.e can beEt.6bservo.lt, -tor It 'differs.'duly In degree, not In kiiVd.. fast making 'ourselves believe that It is a privilege to the candidates for us to vote for them. We idea- is prcposlerous.- Wo are called upon so frecitie'ntly.'to' grieve over.th'e results of "unjust wills, that we in fact wonder If inoro wills are- not unjust Ihi an just. ar? begging pe'oplo to vote and all bull Now this is.not saylng'that, aB.con laklrig them by tfie riapo'ot the neck'dltlqnB now are, mon and women and forcing them lo the polls. But let should not make wills. As laws are that ;which costs. should. But.we are com- us nothing is little rjrized. not ing to aMime when- justice will be our tactics? .If FL man or woman .does not vote for two consecutive elections why not do mbra than Jeayp. his riame off the vot- ers' Why "not charge'him real money to', gel hack on again? I'll ve'n- tur.c'to predict that.this method would bring to the polls just as sue-' cessfuliy as Tom Saw- yer's 'fence. :.Question Box Mr. S.' Here is a rather peculiar cane, and strange that it dotfS not more frequently occur. The.facts are not fully covered hy the question- nf, hut these polhta'aro clear. A man rriado a will leaving same with hlg law- The rnaii_iUwl.some 'years ago aiid Iho will just come to light. Tho (lUOationcr.wishoB to know what they should" ilow do about it. Should they probate tho will? Can they at .this1 date? Would It do just.as well ifrall lielrs "signed oft" leaving prop- ccly just as testator desired In the win? am taking' for. granted ttirit .the properly lias been administered, tho widow receiving pne-lhlrd and tho chll- ilren the rest.-. Now if the properly Is atlll In llio hands of tho heirs, tUo ques- tion is siniple. if any of tho heirs have .sold such that will complicate the situation, for now wo Sis has.gone. and named me Post 'cause I'm. always So Good and Fresh Superior Corri fk done in life, without waiting for death, and when the slate will ho. recognized as an interested party In every will, and no will will he allowed which is an injustice to anyone, the state in eluded. Thjs will mean a closer lond he Iween-the helpless -memhors of the family, and the family Your question Is very time ly becatiBD municipal elections will soon ho hera' again. 'Tiour mother could not be barrfed from voting in municipal elecUons.'becauBe she IB not naturalized. Thft instructions to the treasurer are to a list of persons whoso on the last, revised assessment roll, of the municipality.'! instructions follow that iu making tho list It shall show why such person is to have the right to vote. Whether he or she Is voting be cause tho owner of Assessable Is a resident.'.TOter. Uut no one can be rlenled lha right to owns assessable land hnd whb-has paid his (axes up'to the December last, but Your niothef ;wonld be a "proprie- defined as "an elector whoso appears on the voters' list as 'llio owner of nnscssable land in tho tnnnl.cljial..district." The law nlakes no provision for the discarding of a bajlot bra It one per- jon has .voted, who'should not, vole. The returning officer. Is there to scS that every ono who has tho right ot franchise shall hayo the opportunity I of cscrclslng It, arid no oilier person. It nny ono is retused that right, they, may lake action against such officer. [Suclt cases are not unknown, and some now regarding the taking !of tho pioblfdle. Mr. K. Tho law which provides that the cslalo of a married woman who df03 Inteslatc sliSll be divided Just as a married man's 'would bo In cumstances, docs iiot! como into effect until Jitiic 1st, 1921. BURNHAM WILL RUN A Sale pf the Best in Wear Styles Best in Make Ont., Dec. i. H. Burnham has announced that ho.will bo'an independent'candidate In''the next feilcfnl 116 declared Hint ho n6l- .belong. to: the new National Uhcral finrl Consorvatlvo parly but he was a Conservative. Sale Starts Friday, Dec. 4th at 10 a.m. f Not an ordinary mark-down sale or. a sale.of hold-overs but a sale of the choicest of the Fewest in winter wear, priced accord- ing to the market which means a saving to you of 30 to 50 per cent, of what you formerly paid for equal quality garments. Our policy, of keeping our stocks and our prices right up to the minute gives us" this great advantage which we pass on to'yoii in these wonderful opportunities, Serge Dresses Many have been surprised of the astounding values that we have offered in Serge Dresses The styles aro all new. Tho materials are air of this best quality, and is an exclusive style shown only at' this store How can we do it? Our answer is, 'read} money nt present', will do wonders with manufacturers who need H. These dresses-are ail well made and tho prices arc ONE-THIRD OFF Eegular Eegular ?50.00, Regular for Regular 00, for Fall and Winter Suits For fall "and.winter wear one of theio unusual salts .will meet .with great favor. They aro warm, chic in slyliug. original iu mode, and exclusive in tha prices are remarkable. -Who ever would'have thought that we could otter sucli splen- did wear at such unusual prices7 EVERY SUIT REDUCED Regular Suits for Regular Suits for Regular Suits Regular Suits Regular Suits Regular Suits for Regular Suits for OFF LADIES' UNDERWEAR, SILKS, DRESS FABRICS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, SHEET- INGS, FLANNELETTES, HOUSE DRESSES, KIMONAS, COVERALL APRONS, WHITEWEAR, UNDERSILKS, BRASSIERES, KNITTED CAPS, SWEATERS, UNDERSKIRTS, SKATING SETS, CURTAIN MUSLINS, COTTONS, BEDSPREADS, COMFORTERS, BLANKETS. Ten-Days of Record Breaking i i HOLEPROOF HOSIERY The famous Holeproof hosieryfj in grey, biwn, white, navy, pink, pale> blue and black. Best of the Season's Sale, Per NO LUXURY (TAX SILKS About 300 in the lot It is a line collection of good1 quality odd pieces. There are poplins, taffetas, satins, !n; blue, cardinal, tan, and other shades. Also a few pieces.of stripe Wash Ejlka Values up to Not. 4'. poor piece, in the Jot. Best of the Season's Sale, RADIUM HOSIERY pnre silk hose arc made by the PerrluKajcer company and are noted all this continent as .wpuderfnl makers of high-class hos lery. A flue elastic ribbed top, and every wanted shade1 in the.lot. Regular value. Best of the Season's Sale, "VENUS" HOSIERY Made from tho purest and finest, 'of silk aud In every, wanted shade. See them in the' window-' Black, brown, mid 'paddy; purple, navy blue, fact every shade. Sold as: high as 53.00 pair. Best of the Season's Sale, .Extra Special! Blouse Sale! Wo bought all we could seaure of those big values. lThey are Georgette Grope. Blouses, iij oh, in fact almost oiery shade you can think of. They'aro the biggest vnlue wo' have offered: for years. The makers needed life' money and we could not resist such an appealing bargain, r.nd you'are to share in'it. Every one .worth almost double what we ask for tlrem, See them in Sizes 3fj the window. Values worth up to Best H of the season sale i e A Big Special in Silk and Georgette Dresses Faslilon has. lent licr hindllcst touch to the designing 'of these dresses for wear, adding to their sheer slmyUQily of silliouetlc'lho daintiest and most effects. There arc not all sizes and not all colors, hut the materials arc of the highest order, and rriado by one ol Ihb most exclusive makers.--Our prices on these dresses: ONE-HALF OFF Regular S35.00, Regular Regular Regular for................. Regular IT PAYS TO SHOP AT RYLANDS' THESE DAYS. 40c COTTON HOSE Ladles' Cotton Hoso suitable for present wear, in grey, brown and black; full fashioned and good assort- ment of sizes. AIno a few Children's Hoso included In the lot. Regular values up to 65c Best of the Season's Sale, WHITE FLANNELETTE 200 yards pf fine Dleached White Flannelette. This is excellent quality und lull 28 inches wide. It is vnluo .sold .In tho .rcgulur way.nt GOc yard. Best of the Season's'Sale, yard WHITE FLANNELETTE -.300 yards of flno Bleached ,-WliIlr. Flamiclcllo ynrd wirto width. One ol our bcsl Qualities and easy to launder. Regular 55c .valuo.- .Best of.the Season's Sale, yard v STRIPED FLANNELETTE A limited quantity of high grado.a'nd yard wldo Striped Flannclotto in .assorted -Mlofns. This Is value worth easily Goc ynrd. Best of- the Season's Sale, yard NECKWEAR A big lot Ol Ladies' Neckwear in satin and lace collars and sets suitable for drosses, suits and coats. A wldo selection of styles nud prices. Best of the Season's Sale, .HALF PRICE CORD VELVETEEN This Is an exceptional good quality. It is suitable 'for coats arid drosses for ladles and children.. It comes in shades o( grey, rose, green, saxo blue and cardinal. UcKulav value. i Best of the Season's Sale, yard......... 9x4SHEETING 200 yards of 111 cached Cotton Sheeting in full iloiiblo bed wldtli, 'good-.wcfghl and free, from dressing. Regular value. Best of the Season's Sale, yard LADIES'NIGHT DRESSES soft while Flannelette Night Drcsisns. Several good styles, some high nqcK, others slip-over style. Regular ?3.00 Best of'the Season's Sale, CHILDREN'S NIGHT DRESSES '-Children's White Klannoletto Night Dresses, made with long sleeves and high neck. Sizes 6 to 12'years. Regular lip lo S2.25 each. Best of the Season's Sale, each LADIES'COMBINATIONS Ladles' wool Combinations made In high neck and long tleevo style. Theso goods are'tljo best Value we can buy. Regular Best of the Season's Sale, auit BLANKETS Fine big TVIiile Wool Blankets, she liiSf-. These arc blankels, wo purchased over Ihroo years ago. Some nrc slightly sfclled, ivorlh 116.00 pair easily. the Season's Sale, GREY BLANKETS Only a few.pairs left of these purs wool Blankets in Krcy. They uro full double bed size. Cheaper than cottony Worth.f 12.00 pair, Best of the Season's Sale, pair CTA No sale gtods ex. changed; no and no [joods charoed. COMPANY A bis money-saving which olvee you a'blg hew slock to sel- cct 1 ;