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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 16, 1920 LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE KLEVEN ALBERTA WOMEN AN) MM. JltKINNEY WILL WELCOME ANY QUESTIONS OR Dlt- CUMION ALOHO TH1M LI NE8.; AOWIEM HER IN i CARE Of THE HERALD. if, i left together torough the night The we might wish they were 'out as they WORKERS CAUSE TROUBLE j MORGENTHAU WILL mi REPRESENT WILSON people tad, the cause It extended in her first the wrotus pf) our, Here >I6. the road, kgows Just how by a seeming father who avoiding his respbnsl- rtod manner, to appeal to'tho forlorn' faulty, ot Supporting his wito first offender. ..The moro Innocent tho small children, girl, the more.likely she will bo to be 'able1 to do so; Influenced fcj such seeming kindness, halt "yc-ii" make Visit to i One'iay' lately I'-ritited oar.jtJl. tt Is.1 aayaoae, very naeh alt othar {alia Ln >rovtace and to tke Do- tnlnloc. per chief of potten not .the girts out le hail with ber dor- It l> a Jail Bet it It a Jan. U U.a place for aecotd to atar errr night waiting tery cordially and no trial, and It 1. not totend.d that they ahall bmfer tkan over night Bnt Jill He -vi v ,..i WhlCt gOOd Of UB.Ilor me dewn showed p, to be the' women's Introdaced me to the pleasant faced patron and left na alone together. There were at that time uo iuaaiec of Ih4 women's department, and the tiialrrfu and 1 pUaaant halt The room where the women are; kept was clean as xjould be. The dity that several'UUnee'could be .nged for comfort of people; jfho must stay there but for" A girl ran away from home. Is located In ovr city. What shall we do with her until her relative: come tor her? most IM held safely some an4 then ia no place but the Jail. Two gtrii to our town, and arf found during the day in company with a man ot nrnavory reputation They' are taken lit charge. Where are WASHINGTON, Dec. LONDON, Dec: military die-1 Morgenlhau of New York, former Un- wlfo aud four tatorship has been composed in some !ted States to Turkey, The Stlgmi of tne Jail Then the girl who has been In Jail his a. wonderful handicap. We do not differentiate between of- fences. It a girl has been in jail fir a very petty effenVe, society feels to- ward her much the same as toward the girl oSeaco has been much more serious. r What Is the A other than a jail for all inch'people. Call It a detention it-must be much It a home'and tram- uig sciool tor first offenders, call, it what you like b'ut do not call It a re- form school.' Take every, bit of the stigma from it. Life has some .way proven too hard for many ot these girls or I hey. would not be ofleadera. Can we hops that- they will'id. ab.Ie! to with an added handicap? If our schools. could i teijllf child in our province a dent way of, first offenders''would No matter how. much money any i in. town or the 'casualties have oec'uifed- in conflicts countrj.'- If public charges, At Bruei, adds message, five he authoritiei might be able to get strikers were killed aid IS others in- your husband you jured in a conflict with the military. an.nqt; fro think lhat a womaa must At Moravia, the workers do this In order, to feed bjr children, seized tho poatofflce "and railway sta- say __ _ Owirparen'ttT Tw'o hanVea are" given Inherit, it has not tho game. new myseltl thought the1 majority ot those I by the two girls, and telegrams Kit cume to the Jail m'ght probably No answer, The girls may have be worso places if they were names, or parents' ma> not tbere _ i kave cast them off Girls are In er of making a woman out of.a'glrl a man cut of a hoy that the abllltj to support herself or others if need But even In pne corner of the main room are the Jill for several days. Where else though ne have not as yet seen to the cells where drunken women sleep could you keep them' They are ah off their sterna There are also three eolutely without fnnds Immaculately white and clean A steals a bit of ribbon She Meals furnished, bought in from' is most clumsv because It Is her first lho; outside It the party has offence The merchant, driven 10 de- she mar order ahe but spair by such petty thieving, decides substantial me U aro fufniabed to, ali' that ho must make an example of her. I away teeilng that these un- She baa no one to go her ball. She fortirtateB treated an well must be held In Jail thft'eahlpmeat at hand The trouble Is not with our Jan, ThatCdur-ofBclala are thoroughly up but with the fact that such cases to prtjljc, per should not be aent thfto at all It eons rate 1-felt, too, that can but lead to an education in crime they used every effort at hand to keep the first offender, and thosb who were einlply detained, from mingling with the rest V matron often keeps Surely, if that were our aim, no better method could fie pursued. "A" girl, accus'ed of her first petty of- fence, and woman, old in. crime, that our .schools.' teach pur children how to Hre.-and that every-childishal' stay there until that is learned, yel we surely owe such teaching to those who have faUen by. .the; wayside, _lt Woujd ;Be Economy We the back, and say.that we are" doing some- thing-for such persons. It Is socletj and will benefit equall; by different treatment of lirst'offent1 ire: At present .we are busy shoving Lhem, down. We are developing them Into first class criminals as fast as poBslble. How many a NO T I C E Customers will please call at the Citizens Lumber Co. for their 1921 'A. HARRON, Manager. BUYBONDS vtWSiayrN AND OFFER- SMENT AND MUNICIPAL BONDS ATvPRICES TO YIELD UP TO 11 1 li PROV'NCE BRITISH COLUMBIA (Guar. Pacific Great due 1942, price 6842; yield Vs, EDMONTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7, 73.13; yield due 15th 1M1j i WE BUY AND SELL VICTORY ARE YOU ON LIST? ROYAL FINANCIAL CORPORATION LIMITED Rogers Building, Vancouver, B.C. BRANCHES >T B C. Permanent Loan Bldg 2S1 Central Sit! Eldon 81. VICTORIA, B. C. SEATTLE, WASH. LONDON, "The Shasta" A New Train California "The Shasta" Is an all standard sleeping Train' Without Extra Fan. Portland at P.M. San Francisco P.M. following evening. Improved Sleeping Car Service to San Francisco and Loa Angeica All Shasta Route trains handle through standard sleeping Seattle, Tacoma, and Portland to San franclnco. Through standard Bleeping car to Lot Angeles leaves Portland at A.M. Angeles second morning. I with Pleasure via The Route California's bright and wans sunshine will help you take on i new 8pend tltf'.fclnlry -days beside summery was; on Jporty courMs or iWtttofrt tonnli coaHa; motor over splendid highways; thesjj and outdoor plfastires await you in Sunny California. F.REE on for the a now I litolilcl tie different resorts. InOjUlre.'of local agent (ot fares, routes, sleeping car reservations and (ram service, or write Southern .Pacific Lines JOHK M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon. although eyldsstly of the industrial districts of Czecho- has been selected h> President wu' ii I' can oaly suggest dictator- eon to act an hjs pjrsonal rtprsse'nt ike nh has been established in several atlva mediating between the Armen- and tha Turkish hirlty (a the orpper person In your others, according Central oc.iHty; ;ypnSiletter does not state dispatch Iroai Many CuticuraSoap The Shaving Soap K nd your children et: some It Is declared. when be protected In her j tlon and nrocliimed a' general rights to 'aa. equal share of the 're- They, disarmed' manyi'soldlers, suits of 'jthe Joint earnings o! herself and SEED GRAIN Dec. 2.- ___ grain-.have-, distributed byjhe .'fVwlnifttelnTi' tn 1 Xi" tho 'advloes, buVfresn troops arrived aid fl red dp.' the.- rioters, kill inj bring? tasai. ST. f W ii g Iho.lracks M .Central 'to' 'avoid SoedtGrnlri. to the annou the opposite good trade do you think .every crim- inal will be to: the state? A good many -times as much. Our present method, aside from the cruelty to tho Individual, is suicidal to the province. The Training School Home Then let CB establish-such training school homes for first offenders, both for uoys and girls, and let that in- clude men and women. jTo -these homes first offenders sent for 'indeterminate bnt' in io case .should they he' allowed, to, leave until Ihey have learned a' means, of 'making a good and GuHicIcnt living. The choice of a.'business or 'trade should bo wide, and should consider not alone the needs ot the community, hul the natural preferences of the person. It will pay In -dollars and cents; Then the people, coming from such Institutions will be iu stead of an ever-increasing liability. A asking for. the estab- lishment of anch training schools ed the Social Service .Council held a few-wepks ago. It haa'passed various women's, of no worthier, object''to .engage. the alien tlon of women's organizations. QU.ESTlbN BPX or Pa.riner Mrs R The Jaw providing that the estate of a wife dying .without a wil shall be divided the tamo as that o her husband under like circumstances is chapter statutes, and is entitled 'The Intestates Succession Act." It does" not' pocie' Into; force until Jane i, I The case to which yon refer Is briefly this; .a whose husbam has repeatedly run thro'ug'lr.w.Ith every cent, on, ha accumulated a little" property. You I want to Snow If a partnership wo'ul j work a hardship to this woman, can answer, yes und no. Not while sh Is living, for. a partnerahlp'.TyouM.jre- quire the consent of both'' before'an real estate was disposed of.' But attc her death, a partnership would gin her. husband a real right in her e: tale. 1 am not doubting but there are women who would be better off wit the little they can get and hold to their very own than.with a partne j ahlp with their husbands. But think such cases extremely scarce; think too well of men to believe othe I. think most men and women and especially ths home' I better off with a real partnersh'p. According to yonr letter. If this w roan had been given by law the poi er'to protect her earnings all thes years, this family would be In ve different, shape today. It Is the wi men whose husbands have already rn through with everything which thl law might hnrt.; Would it not bo to see that .their tribe does not li creaseT You may say that this woman woul be willing for the hnshand to hav her property after she gone, bu that after he too li gone she think It should go to the child. Now If thl nian has repeatedly rnhthroiigh a he could gel.hold of, would tho chil much chance of'getting an) thing In this case7 Would It not b wiser that the husband shonld hav half nnd the child half? Or If It all her property, that the hiiabtin should have- a third and the chll two-thirds To Avoid Vaklna a Will Mrs. 3.: It you will read the aboi it will answer part of your queatio 1 know of but one plan for yoii I avoid Ihe necessity of maldnR will and that Is this: your husband cou deed the lanrf to you, and you tht give him n lite lease on It. YD conld then maSe a will leaving every thing to your you desli nppofcil him executor, Th would dodge the "succossldri duties and but .one of yon would need mak R will, but-It has Its.serious dfa' back Wblle your husband could us Ibo land during hla lifetime, he cou. not sell It. This might be a grea hardship to him. I do not bellovo you would nnd an plan .satisfactory except for each yon to, malce will In favor of th other, naming tho other-executor.( exccutrli. -Probating a will fs not e pensive. Dodging Maintenance Again, Mrs. SIcC.: tou can 'only aecSro divorce on proving croelty and adu (orr. I MU you the lava corn being purchcsed in the Un- A) grain.: fommilsslon-! Wilson ''During the four years that the Seed Drain Purchasing Commission has been in 'operation it has extended'over llfteen million liol- tars in the purchase (for distribution throughput Canada) of seed wheat sii-rowed bar- ley arid Jail during Ihe early part of "1918. seed peas, beans, and distribution In QntHriol; Enipped from Western Canada to the provinces of Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick, during the years and 1319, abirat "bushels of Maro.uls wheat, bushels of seed oats and of seed b'arloy. On account of; the shbrlage of seed "urlng these years in the eastern pro- were sup- to celebrate the Christmas holidays emented- further purchases., of' will be to go over all your broken and ilecteJ seed'.oats and'barley in On-j defective castings and machinery and ;ThV shortage of seed place them In onr hands for .welding eans, and'corn, in the spring We make good on aa caused by the heavy of part of them. Our welding work hese commodities by Ihe eov-, stands alone in its class, rnments during the preceding winter The Problem! Solved The season of Gift Giving Is at season when we ex- press regard and affection for bur tendering them little i thattyou have carefully selected with thought for t their preferences.; But the perpleilng thing is to know .what Is test, to give, and to End juit what you want. Here Is where The Twentieth Century Book Store can be of assistance to >on just i look in our window and1 walk through tha store you will fed many good suggestion! for ap- propriate gifts Without enumerating each and every article we sag i gest for your special consideration i- i DAINTILY DRESSED DOLLS i MONSTER BEARS, t TABLE TENNIS 1 SHOOTING AEROPLANES AND DRAUGHTS Matter1 in tastes are's our jou will 5 f nnd suitable gifts for each of them j- P> ,-v Leather GopcU, Books, Stationery, Decorations A UNIQUE WAY ed States under, p.ermlt from 'ashingtbii r V the iirbribrk WPI >fi "FORD WELDING GO. I .Opposite LethbHdge Do Take Small .Accouiits? We do rriore'tlian that. We invite and take "good care oftKem. If you wish to open a Savings Account, for any particular or wish to .teach the children to save by bavin? acixHmt in each child's do not hesitate to do so the amoants to deposited will be sufficient to ojren a Savings Account, and at JL are wdcome, J. v. A jj j f PHONE, WRITE, WIRE FOR 'IOMPT SCRVICE, The Twentieth Century Book Store PHONE 613 4th AVENUE SOUTH OF lETHBRfbGE CA1XAW STOCK YARbS BRANCH, Ettabliahcd 1804. SENPIP4G MONEY T pBRQAD If wish to send money abroad, pur- cliase a draft from the Canadian Bank of It is the safest method and the Should the money be required at once we shall, be pleased to arrange the matter by cable. au THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGB BRANCH-K. W, RciSae. SPECIAL and Saturday SPECIAL TEN PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON ALL FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATES Fancy Ee-cleahed Currants, special for P Friday only; 2 pounds for Wagstaff cut Mixed Peel in one pound boxes; per t j Canned Corn, Peas and Tomatoes, large tins, new pack, all 'per tin...... Libby Queen Olives in bottles; extra special, each to clear at a' few men's black smocks IPc OUTDqojj PASTIMES fM you this winter on tda PACIFJC COAST of miles of xrfort motor rojiic. through magnlfloont _ Golf on linfis-On this IM tha CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES mihl of ioonlo DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. ROUTE l pirtloulars will bt, glodlj 'CANADIAN PAGiFIC RAILWAY PHONE 1766 1 1 ct. Supina Son 230 13TH STREET NORTH All Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. at Home" THE MORE ENTRIES THE BIGGER THE PRIZES ;