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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE DAILY HERALD SATl IIDAY, KUUnfAHY 2ft, 1021 Mrs. lama Peach The Land of Milk and Money J. S. K. Hear Sir: Jilncouragin I say. Alter iinvin? ntckcil your razor ami dulkMl your I'iok trying to get a rise out of tlin jMilk Barons, knowing thul you Jiyvo right and justice on your side, is it oncourugin to find you also have Virtue. advantage of bcniK a near humorist is you cannot niaki' ao iiodeo mail. Mr. Virtue imshoatlic-il! his AVcd. Kvo ho drew beraase I set? whertj two corporate; got their corporate heads to- I did not write the first letter, lie onl> claims lo make a 1.000 per cent, on j his turn over. a matter becomes of sm li vital public interest as to be a source of general conversation, I believe tlio rule is for the moulders of jublick sentiment to ho interviewed hv a re- porter. So taking U'llberella in hand lull when I asked her to reiioi.t thr 1 lust yi'iiteiu'e. wtio s.ifd I never uaid a vonl, I was juss flicwint; my spt'iir-J mint as usual, t luMiii: a motlierly appoat'lnt; i i i -wny weiconie. i I'k'kod nj) one year-old inniall-'r. by its feel it around my head i ten times. Tb.u t-tops them for a inin-' me. i doubled it up then ami pressed liiinl on its stoiiKieli and held its That baby spceehlcsa for u niin- ules. I repeated the wilii 7 uih My corner of (tie room beeame as still eould bo. Tho sudden i made my ouner appear like. ;i'ttM- of a birthday euko. that fit lirM uisposcU of. U was tvith tliis suddtMi fi'stjutioii of 'be balance of the room bepau and the become so .it tin's mirach'. they to investigate bad to tho rest of the chor- us. The silence almost stunned the unteer iiiirsi'ts. looked at m ALBEXTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LA WS (BY LILLIE VOUNG MoKINNEY) MRS. McKINNEY WILL WELCOME ANV QUESTIONS OR CIS- CUS5ION ALONU THESE LINES. ADDRESS HER IN CARE OF THE HERALD. .Mrs. .McKInnny will .welcome any questions or discussion along tltese lines. Address her in care uf 'I'he Her- ald. It you wish a personal reply, please enclose a stamped self address- ul envelope. The School Ordinance according to tho wording ot tho Acl, tlie non-resident comes in. and tho wil'o, etc., cannot have a look-In at tho hooks. However, that is not the cus- tom. Tlio wives, etc., nvill find tuat they may have same access to tho hooks as a "ratepayer." Tills la act begins with a definition of j not the only law which needs an inter- terms. Now those definitions are sup-1 pretor to accompany it. Thero la 110 posed to bo for the purpose of making: question bi4 our school meetings In clear the meaning of tho terms an general need some new blood or Thi and said Mrs. 1'each so help us .lero- used in the Act. In this case something to stir up an interest, for the first time in S days 'he meaning is not clear when It is it is very difficult to got enough' out have hoen quiet, all to-' taken for granted that the delinitious to hold meeting many times Now it's mia til .._ .......u gather at once and the same to moan just what the Act says.if tho samo were meetings re'eardinc How do you do it. are you a pied piper; th ..........I.... or a hypnotist. I said, no ladies neitii-jas shall mean. Women feel that the care of stock or. seed grain, they are nut accustomed to course it would be different." of lo go far. 1 midr gether and counter attacked Thurs-j stond. iviih reasons well known day. It. was short, very short, shows; myself that the iiltimalo consumer is little time was wasted in thinking j up a reply. But it contains in its sar- nortrr. Su taking it'nberolla in hand of u large family. I public affairs they must sit back w. I sallied forth. I put on my rubbers u.ev become uncontrollable Mainland let the men do overything. Per- vtcanciti and waded into ibe nnlk question. As clothes pin on each of "laps, then, it may be an ehcourajje-', Dllu11111 u vacancy occur in tho it was terribly windy 1 was fortnn- 110SOS t.ulum mem to the weaker sex to have one 'lounl ol the remaining trus- in not bavin .in> purson see, (hat is the child. I beaded for Wesley where they are providing a baby for storage purposes during the short course convention provided by tb i casm a wonderful admission. "The charges imposed by the dairies com- pares favorably with those of Law- yers." In the first instance the vord S. S. II., imposed, is derived from imposition.; II is not given to everyon On the lace of it. reverting to tiie stand prattle, some in' us arc aged oil! joke, whether right m- gifted .with that understanding, others wrong, milk then is double what it', nf us or necessity have to acquire the battun in their dear Turn them upside down ii: their cribs and lilt' pillow over their dear lit- ili' heads. If that don't utiiet them swing them around your head fast. 10 times and place a. rubber band around their blessed liitle necks. In e.xtren 'law interpreted just as it is tee or shall call a meetlug of 'rather than as it means, for believe jtto "ratepayers" of the district to the two terms are net always evii-' olect tlle required number of trustees Hiymous. Terms Defined i to complete the board. Here again the non-resident tax- well rep monlr.s ought to be. That's the general im- lint its study pression. of the unconvinced, in re-' anyone, for out of tiv gard to tariffs. It saves so inucii babes comes truth. argument when it is admitted that 1 opened the door of Kali. the price of our daily food, an abso-' and believe me Annie. I thought 1 had lute necessity in the diet of children.: arrived in time to hea To begin then, with the definitions. payer is called, but as only "resident Section i'. Clause 8. "The expression! taxpayers" may vote for trustees, and ive 'Ratepayer' means nny person of the j no other business can be transacted ;at a called meeting, it looks like might he necessary to little of milk to stop tiic age of twenty-one years, .whosi from crying, hut nc.ine appears on Ihe last revised as-i waste of effort. However, the ways of expensive. Catch them sessment roll of tile district, or in the! politicians, like those of providence, 'em rough, is my j case of a district where there has past finding out. Mere women j been no revised assessment roll any should hesitate to question them, i person of the full age ot twenty-one ears who has owned or hoen the oc- Ontlntnofl to dlncovar what rlKbU women In and have been unable from the tent lo Womeu refrained from Koini' to school inwitlnun, uftxr ilecld ing that they not "ratepayers." I'erlutiiD when human right! int'iin more, and properly rlslils not quite so much, nil of tlmao hair gnilt definitions may not be necessary. Hut bociiuM of the manner in which Hilt law is interpreted, rather than tho manner lu which It is the wives. Die... of may -lake full part lu all school The term "ratepayer" is supposed to in- clndo two rlaHei, "resident ralopa.v- ers" and "non-resident ratepayers." but you might never sueus that taci Croui the Act QiMitlon tax Jlrs. you please me again stating suffleiont of your case to bring U to my mind again? 1 receive too many letters for the name alone to bring the situation before MRS. NICMOt (AILS Nlchol. wife ot the lieu- tenant-governor of British Columbia, who ban linen on u visit to KilKland for some time, has left for hyr home lu Victoria, II.0, Tells the Secret Of Their Success me. I n-ill then be glad to offer any suggestions an to opportunities which you may have; Mrs. am ahvny8 especially Sinn to hoar from those whom 1 mot at tho convention. I can see no objec- tion lo you or your organization writ- ing the Attorney General, and stating to him frankly just your feelings re- garding tho suspension of the Factor- ies' Act. Mrs. question is out of my lino. My knowledge of legal mat- ters is limited to my too much for me to branch out into other lines. If you would write the company In -ylnch your insurance is written von perhaps might got the informa- tion you wish directly from them for fe'.'ding them milk we have heen [hem milk at regular and the Dr. Holt, aiid assessable property therein Debentures If the trustees wish to borrow mo- ney, for instance to build a teacher's period of at least two mouths." residence, they may pass imple enough, and perfectly under But this by-law, unlike most others How to Care for the Baby QUEBEC LADY SAVS GOOD'S KID- NEY PILLS ALWAYS RELIEVE. Grsat Canadian Kidney Remedy Has Been for Over Thirty on Trial In Canada and the People Are Still Paying Grateful Tributes to Dodd's Kidney Pillt. St. Edouanl de Frunpton, Que., Fell. havo usod with success Dodd's Kidney I'ills. TLoy al- ways relieve. "I cun also recommend Diamond Dinner Pills. I have used them wilb splendid effect for constipation, bad headache and biliousness." Short and sweet arc these two tri- butes to two of the Dodd's Remedies. Hut they right to the point. Mine. J. T. Lehouillier, who makes the statements, is well known and highly respected here. She gives tho reason why Uodd's Kidney Pills aro in such goutral use all over Canada, where they have heen on trial for more than thirty years. "They always .relieve." Those are Mine. Lehouil- lier's words. They are the secret Dodd's Kidney Pills success. For kidney troubles and the ills that, spring from kidney troubles are i very common In Canada. Among them might he mentioned rheumatism, backache, dropsy, urinary trouble, dia- betes and lieart disease. The .way to avoid them is to keep your kidneys strong and well. Ask your neighbors it Dodd's Kid- ney Pills are not the best remedy for sick the price remain stable. Bread and j I began to lee! at ease, it sounded bran dropped, hut milk like water j like home and bath night. It was nor remained at, high tide. If I could really qualify as a statistician. I could prove that if there was a profit in Milk last year at 17 cts. why the dairies shouH be paying their customers 2 cts to take a quart off their hand: the Tom Ciu's Lament being played on the pipe organ, by a spiflica'teil um-u lives on diluted condensed milk is The grown tips must worry along with clause e, of clause 10, Sec. The chairman ot the board or some do dairy milk, hut to give the kids intruder. It was the babies. God Bles chance you have to use some judg- their res'liraton- or i Tllt'" reilcl tllem a the bottles rilled with my forum- lae and the kiddies curled up 10, Sec. i one appointed by the board -.reads Ihe expression 'resident j the returning ollicer. ratepayer shall also mean and include "blvery .'resident rale away with all extra furniture shall be ,1. wife. sons, daughter, and the returning officer shall" be'entitled c.'inpelition for the My private opinion is that .Mr. Virl-] lung championship. They was all lie was too blunt. He should have used j whooping it. up at once, at a guess I'd .more diplomacy and tact. I would say they .will all qualify as marathon' have suggested that he ga and see runners. There lung power is Ihe commissioners and obt.iine.l a mensy and they don't know what power of attorney to trade the Street means. l ae sister of any resident ratepayer asilo vote on the by-law" heroniboiore defined, provided such "Provided, however, that no except tired little bodies and with a full and i w he. son, daughter or sister, [can he demanded if the amount to be poll oatc-nted stomach fell into purpose of pro- and hangings which might collect dust. Dust is a great germ distribu- tor, and hangings and furniture up- holstery catch and hold it. For the same reason nothing should be kept in tiie vicinity of the baby's crib which cannot he washed. The amount of sunlight which en- LUMPS OF 1 INDIGESTION I i "Pape's Diapepsin" at once 1 then passed among the toddl and those that could lisp told me. that while they had been scared stiff .ls of tlle age twenty-one years. I Ijorrowed is for th 1 res SIUJ" i first s'-ho0' ,-------i lebident ratepayer. irict. does Qr ]a keeping the bab} in j viding a first school house for the dis-l !ers .tlle ,nllrsery is 1 i .1 .-i.. _ _ _ L-OHTIIH a Hi u 1m A important healthy con- fixes your Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomach n nut AS uuu" or la has> 10 understand, is it not? Now.! for the purpose of erecting a fir't Tlie sm> shoaU shine into the lien a is a (li5. j room at least part ot the day, as the called, the wives. iiiHIc .Mr. Virtue writes one letter. Me and lots more could write from 5 to ID each on the same basis. But silence will reign supreme. Nobody will dare ift a pen after the way Mr. Virtue was flattened out. There is no savin? v.-here this would emi. it's a good thins Pete Stickum, the bootlegger. RHEUMATISM r luffenrs from rheumatism could read nil tin -re receive, they would not hesitaU our off" trial of uin Mrs. E W. Htilett of Windier, Out., writes: "Gin i ills, I know from personal experience, are the sov- ereign remedy .for rheumatism ana kidney troubles in any form. I was helped by them, after months' of suffering. I tried many other remedies, but all failed; then I tried Gin Pills, with the result that I wall to-day." Gin Pill, relieve by wraovine the cause. Write for free sample to: National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, loronto. Onl. U. S. Address- Ka- Dro-CJo., Inc., SOU Main St., Buffalo N y icr come lo M I town they .would briufi their cow -vith i meeting must sign a doclara- ithem. the effect that he or baa i I left that hall with a sick semiitim within the district I at my stomach. The price and itirilitv land for at least two nf the milk we receive is food for i or else is the lius- tliouglit. For though! only one dare i daughter or sister, hardly complain. Milk we'must have Actually resides in the same cuu-s we cannot keep. It's really past "r-sident ratepayer." a joke. One feels so helpless and w yo" know about that? <-ream. I can remember once beimr etr- not called to the out to a farm for dinner years ami "Sr m" herc' can Part. years ago. They a jug of it on called, and It- floated arouml uu top of like a lump of butter, and cat it wilh imilrlinu, the our mouth actually sot look-in. Truly you Tli they have nnt the jilot thickens. 'After signing this declaration liasi been finished, and it is shown who are -lipible to take part in the meeting lieu tne chairman call for a poll j of th' 'i minion. Long since have assumed i :'IUIN call for a poll a attitude, ours not tu wliiue j for anil and cry, ours but logo and buv 17 ct f'ic loi-niiug of the proposed milk. j "chool district. Tii.. poll shall be open ami ill ir one hour, at liie end ot that time the chairman shall sum uu the votes. lf Ule volri is ''-'vorahle to forming a nan shall immedi- mall wax night light is all that is necessary. The really proper method of heat- the nursery is impracticable in most cases under present conditions, as this calls for an open fire, but at least it is well io know that steam heat should be avoided if possible and that a gas stove burned for any length of time in the room is very harmful. ,.f Too hot a room roust always be avokled, and in the daytime the tem- perature should not be over 70 de- grees. After the third month the window may be left open over nignt. Children kept in rooms which are too hot are pale and prone to indi- gestion. They are much more likely than children brought up In properly heated homes to catch cold. Undigested food: Lumps of pain; belching gas, acids and sourness. When your stomach is all is instant waiting! The moment you eat a tablet two of Pape's Diapepsin all the indigestion pain and dyspepsia distress caused by acidity Is relieved. Your disordered stomach will feel fine at once. These pleasant, harmless tablets ot Pape's Diapepsin neutralize the harm- ful acids in the stomach, and give al- most instant besides they cost so little at drug ment. CORNS Lift Off with Fingers I'ENDANT D'ORIELLE K. P.'S ELECT OFFICEKS In case any of the dairies feel i have tur no.ninatioua for trustees. I I been uiijusl, I have no hesitation In: nominated for trust- I'uHllHg LilKC giving them an snilil ije 'resident ratepayers' of! n .1 e ft Bathing for Con AUCTION SALE TUESDAY NEXT, MARCH 1ST ON THE PREMISES, 1504 6TH AVE. SOUTH COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK. FRANK WADDINGTON IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS To SELL WITHOUT RESERVE A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE including: HAXDSOMf! ni.N'Ixri Hljl Buffet. ROUlWl KxtnilliilMI T-.llili. good (luaiity Carpel .Square, :i JM' very handsome cmCHTKURKl.D TRY with PAIR of t'HAIHS to vc BEDROOM KUITK. cnniiirifinii spread" Dressing r! CUifferobe: hand-snnnj JJres.'iei in ivory enamel witii coil prints lied complete; Fall Leaf Kilchen Tab OAK TALKf.N'IJ iMACHI.VK anil K( Heater; Kitchen IHenslle, Linen. I ALL THIS FURNITURE IS IN SPLENDID CONDITION NEARLY NEW. TERMS CASH, PHONES 770, 469. ial for any .of their products. Take e district and shall ho able cream, for instance. Their cream is j wrilt' shall hereafter woiulerful, you simply can not BEAT subjects." it. It remains in a pre-eminent posi- -Dominations for trustee? must be tior.. it refuses to be whipped. moved seconded by Yours truly, MRS. IAMA PEACH. stipation "How My Poor Back Does T 4.. i Cliff, Out., jcais. tne nest two and the one re- writes: "I have been using your J. cclving die smallest number shall I D. L. Cascade for the past' three serie one year. Tills will make the months, and am convinced that it Many a Women Keeps Sloan's Handy for This, But It's Great for Other Pains, Too. MAT wearying hack- at be. that so many women j m convnce a s board of KalMnaam I the most modern and scenincne hoi llls with one new each I of doalin with "111 work with one new each of doaling with Constipation that liaa Our Own Correspondent) i PENDANT d' ORIELiE, Feb. j j fin February 12th Maple Lodge, Xo. I 110, K. of P.; at Pendant d'Orjello, held {election of officers and also installed same. Officers were elected as fol- lows: A. Swanson. Stromsmoe. H. Bryant. M. of flartlett. K. of R. and M. .lenaeu. M. of M. Jensen. M. of Yeager. M. of Snortlaud. l Brown. Ftnstad. H. Bryant. Jf. Anth-j ony, Cleo. Yeager. Anthony. i A new spirit has come into .Maple} Lodge since tho Grand Chancellor's visit a short time ago. The mc-mhets are all go, and get there. Mr. A. Scratch, of Noblefnrd. Alia., is back to the district again on a visit ew Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little "Freezone" on an aching corn, in- stantly that corn stops flirting, then shortly you lift it right off with fing- ers. Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for ti few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irrita- "They WORK while you sleep" X a or council- h in her time as shall school board, to the Acl. which liie I held ill any 1 may be mil Mint effei-t I payers" 111 the district the reports li onspaon a iaa ever been devised, and 1 will lose no I A efatB opportunity to promot.'lts use among friends, as I can speak truthfully and enthusiastically as to its merits." the proper application of Na- ture's cure, warm water, by means of the .1. li. L. Cascade, Oie lower Intes- tines are free from all poisonous Va ner. l.'r. t.'lias. A. Tyrrell of New York, ug reports I nistees, trcas- iiuditoi-, after I or friis- annual meetiiii; thri repot-', "lion resolution" t-j passed by the " "ratepayer" hall have access to year, or after oaa place cade, which lias done more during Ihe past 20 years in restoring health and lessening disease than all other means combined. Ask Ihe Cross Drug and IJiink f'o.. h bridge for booklet. MIIII of Today is only Per Cent Kill- cient." They will also be plertaed to Hhc-.'v and explain Ihe. .1. U. Cas- ciido to you, or write to Tyrrell's gienlc Institnle, College Street, vertlsetueuL not teen alile to learn what the pur- chase price WIIK to be. hut we pre- sume that it wan a fail' price being the Jirst laud deal transacted ill this dis- trict for a long lime. The last land .-iiilii in iins prior I'.' this NOK.' per acre. elviu Kiexhaitgli and family left last Saturday for Raymond. Alia., where they will make their future home. Miss Cra.wford. unite attendant the. Pendant d'nrtello pustofficc, husj heen a guest at the p. fr? Knurtoland home for the last ff.n- days. voted by tlie I.'. S, senate to defray costs of moving across the Pacific Brain donated by sufferers in tin farmers fur Dn yuu feei cousupalrd. headaciiy. unset, full of cold? one or two CascareU tonight for your MVHI- anil liowels. Wake up with head clear, stomach rlRhl, breath sweei and feeling fine. No RripiiiK. no in- convenience. Children Uasfaivu loo. .10, 23, 50 cents. ;