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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TMK THURSDAY. JANTABT 8, MM ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LA WS (BY LILLIE VOUNQ McKINNEY) MRS WILL WELCOME ANY QUESTIONS OR DIS- CUSSiON ALONG THESE LINES. ADDRESS HER IN CARE OF TriE HERALD, week we reviewed thai status Of women in tlio country south of us. Wo discovered that there the status of "vassal" boon succeeded by that of a "panner." In some States, the partnership is complete, anil in others not entirely so. This different "status" must be taken into consideration in any com- parison of laws between the two coun- tries. For instance a certain farm paper has'been giving statistics recanting the number of women in the States, in Canada who do not have their butter and egg money. But the edi- torial fails to state that there if the T.-ife does not get it it is still while here- if she does not it is "her iusbands." Also, women in the States .ire of-1 ten commiserated because they can- sot will their own property as they wish. But remember, a partnership in and must be based upon mutual in- terests and ownership. V.'omen can- mot ask for a "partnership" a changed "itatus" without the partnership work-, tag both ways. For instance, she could hardly ask to he a full partner with her husband, and also hold onto ler own. j Now we women of Canada must de-1 what "status" we do want. Do want to continue "vassals" and hold onto a little corner here and there, to continue the "yours" and "mine" legislation, or do we want a real partnership'.' As long as we con- j tinue to ask for little corners, and make regular campaigns to obtain i "icraps" men will know that we are yet ready for anything else, and it will not be given us. property of the mother equally liable i fir; tin? support of the children with thill of tlio father. In this statement I am not considering tho law which is supposed to give to the mother equal piii-eiiial rlslits with those en- joyed by thy father, that law is of'liUle value to the wife and mother without property rights, bu'c the oth- i r.- -holding Her to a will bi> effective. Thin the wife is a "vassal" has frequently boon stated In '.his column and the facts shown, but as there is no subject upon which your scribe receives such frequent queries, a few proofs will be stated here once again. One proof is that the husband must pay any necessary debts contracted by his wife. This would seem to in- sure the maintenance or the wife and children, but in actual practice, doss it? As long as the public is not in- formed as to any serious trouble be- tween husband and a merchant] will not hesitate to extend the hits- band's credit to the wife. But at the: first hint of domestic friction that ere- j dit vanishes, 1'or the merchant is look-: ing lor such accounts as will he willingly and, promptly paid. Then i too that word "necessary." is so vague when applied to human life. We have previously cited a case where a judge held that a man was for his wife when be simply found her a place to labor, practically as a ser- vant. Thus It Is seen that the wife has no legal right to eat of the fruit of i her own and her husband's labor be- cause of her labor, but eeause she Is j her husband's wife. She bread i te has earned it, than to obtain "scraps." for when wo ask for some special thing, we are confronted with the fact that to grant is against the attitude of the liw regarding the wife. The Canada Way Now the Canadian tnought is brief- all sho is filling that position. Why Labor True, many women ao not earn their living. have wives who are mere trlflers with matrimony, "who prefer society, a gay life, to the duties of wife and mother. But the law evi- dently not intend that the wife >f- Save earned. The law then attempts 1 credit, _ or for_ doing jo- to to il that he provides for his' wife and family, and does not use this ronderful power this glTes him, to FINED FOR SHOOTING COW MOOSE I CHATHAM, N. B., Jan. St. Louis farmers have been fined three hundred dollars each for shoot- j ing two cow moose and their calves in the woods near here. They paid lalf the fine and were given a month to the balance. their hurt. The wife, then, is a property of her husband, and the law attempts to hola llm responsible for properly caring lor such "property." We would suppose then, as she has when she labors with her and does not pelaize her when she doe's Whatever recognition the law does give her in "the estate of her Is given because Bb.e Is her "husband's and not be- cause she haa or has not done her share. So again, why labor? Again, easese are not unknown Uo share in the re.nlt. of'her own la- where a certain "John Doe" has Dors eicept just her bare damages from some P..EUU be- when working with her husband-that cause such 'person harbored his would have no responsibility. But i wife JIary Doe. who had left the: home At the last session of our legislature a law was passed which makes the "OUCH! THAT OLD Get Out Your Bottle Bf Sloan's merit and Knock the Pain "Galley-west" What Shall We Do About it Tb.e question is. what are we going to do about it? We may not realiie it, butwe are at the parting of the ways. A principle, accepted almost since the beginning of time, is hang- ing in the balance. It is impossible to protect a "vas- by law from other than physical violence, aud there is a question if even that can be successfully done. Just to prove that point, let us cite the so-called Dower Acts of the three prairie provinces. In one of a man has but to move off of the homestead. If the wife follows him, WEREN'T ready for that last quick switch in temperature, were you? you stiff, sore, 'then the homestead will soon become lull of rheumatic, twinges? I not a homestead, and he can sell it. You should have had a bottle of. if she does not follow him, then he need not further support her. Sloan's Liniment handy that would have penetrated without rubbing, warmed and saon eased up' the mus In our own province, the husband must buy property to more i, quietod the jumpy, painful, afiect-1 sny shack wil nil tha requirements ot and brought gratifying relief. I the law, and then he can soon sell Helpful In attacks of lumbago, selat-1 tne homestead. external sorenew, stiffness, acbes, sprf.lna: Get' a bottla druggist's. 36c, 70c, J1.40. Made In Canada. Sloa In Manitoba, they have endeavored to give the "property" a real right in the homestead, by deciding that if she doea sign the transfer she shall be.given some consideration. But you canrtot make a present to a horse. HIa master will proflit by it some way. For Instance, to the city of Calgary, a certain man and woman came some time ago to sell the homestead. The wife would not sign the transfer ex- cept she should be given J25.000, I v.'Mr.h sum rer husband did finally flTe her. The transfer not be completed until after banking hours "master" saw to I couple started home with the money in the possession of the wife. On the home, the husband took it from her. What could she do? The Crim- inal Code states that neither husband No rest day or night for those who or wlte can Btottl from the other while afflicted with that terrible skin j tney are nTjng together as husband disease, eczema, or as it IB often call j am, wlte Yet case would have ed. salt rheum. i made interesting reading if it With Its unbearable, burning, itch- I to trh] ing and torturing, relief is gladly wel- I Om. lo give something to NEARLY CRAZY WITH ECZEMA A. K. McMiistcr, .M.I'., who made Premier Mcighen's recent pro- nouncement on tariff the subject uf severe criticism at Oakville, Saturday last. and replace them by those which say only "ours." Question Box Mrs, will give you a personal answer soon, in the meantime. I must j tell you briefly this. You will never j be legally free from your husband t who has deserted you, and who sends i you nothing for your support. After j seven years, the law adjudges a man i dead if he has disappeared for that j time and you could then marry again without committing bigamy. Mrs. for your kind ap- preciation. My previous article was j iu fault. This is the correct situation. The hours for factories must not he j more than from seven in the morning to six in the evening, with one hour off for dinner. The night shift must i not be more than hours. The privy council haa decided that the provinces have the power to regulate j hours of labor, and the Minimum j Wage Board recommended that the hours be left with that body. Could Not Sleep Eruption Itched and Burned So. "1 noticed Uttk phnple on my face. I thought it from the tun but it kept getting worse and tha ikio WM red and hot- could not sleep or rett tbt entptton iiehad ud burned to, it caused him to Bcruch. 1 wu quite dis- couraged. "I uw MI Advertisement lot Caftt- cun Softp Ointmtm And MBt far ft free uraple. I bought more and using two cakes of Cutfcun Boep and half boxes of Cutkvnt Ointmtm he WAI healed." (SifMd) Mri. S. D. McGuire, Onkiburg. Out.. Dtc IS, 19U. Use Cuticurs Soap, Ointment and Tslcum for every-dsy toilet purposH, SMP Ob.tmmt wri Sold throuthout the Dominion. CinadianDepoC Limit.d, St. P.ul St., "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair! Make It Abundant! corned. There no remedy' like Burdock j Blood Bitters for giving relief to such BUfferers; no remedy that haa done, or can do more for those who driven to distraction with tin; terrible torture. "Apply It externally and it takes out the stinging, Itching and burning, and promotes a healthy healing. Take It Internally and it gets at the source of the disease in the blood for ecfema. Is a blood disease and drives It out of the system. "Miss L. M. Boutilier, 89 Victoria Road. Halifax, N. 3., "I have pafferod for years from eczema. I could not rest day or ni.cht. I suffer- great agony, and wns nearly nrazy the itrhinti; and burning. I used til kinds of salves, hut nothing snem. cd to kelp me. I saw Burdock the wire in her present status, only prove that you cannot give something to a. "vassal." a "property." The "owner" will outgeneral, and win the gift for himself every time. Besides, it is not wise to do ao. If the wife is to he a then in the interests of the home she should have no and very little free-