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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. MAHCH THE LETHBMDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LA WS LILLIE YOUNG MeKINNKV) MRS. MeKINNEY WILL WELCOME ANV CM CIS- CUSSION ALONG THESE LINES. ADDRESS HKH IN CAKE OF THE HERALD. iMrti. MeKlnney -will welcoma any Family or dUcuMlou along them; I us city U but lines. Address her iu cure of tion of (tuilllcd, it would follow thfct Hernia. If you wlfch a pvraonal reply ma aueitioni which tffact fMni- ploHso eucloKe a bUmped eelt'-ad- will which drestiud envelope. j the larger city. Tfeft i tloim most freauentlv unon of Citiet In municipal districts, towns, and tillage, 'and fii'hool affairs, the fran- chise is cxtendmL largely to all tax- j noun most frequently upon the minds ut the father and mother, might summed up a living, feeding, clothing, educating the child- ren; giving them.ttiQ proper environ- jiiiyers, anil also, in part, to residenU mont, physically uarl mentally; giving wliu are not taxpayers. But when we them opportunity for healthy iporta, ml proper play. All of those arc depend ln-! come to city, provincial and I und proper ion affairs, tlio frunrhisd is limited almost entirely to British subjects, enl upon making a'living. Then other Tho ronyon for ihte is evident, lu! things, necessary to the proper do- schools and munici-j velopmewt of. the children, can only ditttrictfl, the questions submitted' Ite had in as the father to volcrs'Urc largely those regard-j (and often tho father and mother ini; tiic spending of money for local] both) aru able to bring home thft HlYairs. 1 province, are l Ijtil a unit in the money. questions of policy! Just go, these same questions are tlio1 units. Uiit oi: too 1-0 it sell'. Ki tor. Kov. oara (ity hy tho units, bat by the ones vitally affecting tho well be- cud i ogifc'Ialuro Tor all of j ins 01! that aggregation of families kuuwn as a city. It is absolutely City Charters necessary that the children of tho arc different., Much I city should be educated: should havo icy decided hy the city.! proper comli- law. dhow me the cltUen who puya no Indirectly, and I will t man or woman who uo clothes, eata uo food, Mvei In no (nil drluka uo Tbo air only taiet. What city will be Brat to force our rhlnooki to pay tribute to the city code re? City Tanas li ot taied In all cities. Improvement! on tame come a close wcond. Mont cltlei also have a bunt- newa tax and an income tax, although aome provide that no person ahall pay lioth. The business tax Is mostly ice ev.ry day dlscovered'that'many !8aven a week aml I wonder Low nmny I empted is from to for an unmarried individual or a widow or widower without children. From for a married man, to (or both man and w councillors have wives uleo earn years will elapse ui'tor women given every "responsibility" bo fore they are given their "rights." The tax is righf; round one half ot" one per cent, for the lirst 5500 not exempt, to 5 per cent, for of income not exempt. Provision is inado that tux on land should stand fttsnuid up lo income not city added. March is probable that any announcement as to govern- ment action on labor legislation sub- mitted to the cabinet by tho.Dominion Trades and Labor Congress will be delayed until the return of Tom Moore, president of ihf? congress. Mr. Mooro is visiting Washington dorsed by many men prominent in the Sinn Fein movement, in which Pro- fessor O'Rahilly is a rccosnired leader. Briefly, the scheme calls for an ave 22 sovereign states differing in Irish confederation, and according to religion, 'language, size and ecom trul parliament or two assemblies in Belfast and Dublin." In Switzerland, he pointed out, there P0 babies and the nosier ups it, kinda gots your gate with the sleerly grind oC there is no holidays fo. mt this involuntary animal, differ- j not be in Ottawa Monday eut from la.wyerx in plaru of a Jioh- lt is Hkclv the in day her if she set.; a hoh- Professor O'Rahilly, who discussed il at length in an interview with the I correspondent, it provides the only I solution of the northeast Ulster ques- tion. Professor O'Rahiliy noi opposed 5 j and Chicago on matters regarding tbe international labor movement ant: charter. Almost every year we see city petitioning tho legislature I'or thn power lo pass by-laws along other lines net granted by the char- ter, rsufilly, i.nesn vecjiiests are cases arc not unknown where they have not been. j But before a city thus petitions tlu; j legislature, a majority of the council must vote in ttivor oi" such petition. Making Both Enrii Moet Yet the city fathers uml mothers U" the request is granted, then the j are hard pressed to raise tlia neces sity council must unite upon a definite j sary money for the expenses required form of by-law, and this mast pass tho for the proper maintenance of ihe city council. Cases arc not unknown city. They are asking for more and frhere members have changed their divers means of raising revenue. Mont- niiuds during tho interim, and the right to pass such legislation has not been utilized. Again, it the proposed meafuirc is for spending money, it must (certain cases exceptcrl) be sub- mitted to the voters or the burgesses after it 'has passed the city council. THiti would seem to be a sufficient guarantee that nothing hasty would real is seeking to impose a poll tax of Medicine Hat has such a in operation, and does not give the franchise except that tax or soiau other direct tax la paid. Edmonton day she quits all together and oven Mrs. Peach''could not arcue hpr into goin' on again until she got ready. She says that milk costs too much, AJUL uuu iiuiieu. it i ii'i i J A tax on the land is paid the samo everything else that ,s worth specially talk, t tlo not think Peach lived on Urn some other relative. Each member of the family has his or uer rights, and the welfare of each is taken into sJderatioii. The fact that a person is a member of the family gives full i rights to all the privileges of the 1 home. None must abuse the privileges, but all must have equal share. We are moving toward such an idea and ideal in city life, and most city charters are very liberal as to scarce. aliout them babies u Wesley Church not likin' the milk powder, f would like to tell you about some farm? where tlio farmers have- wild they kid: and some- times puf. thcii foot iu trig pail, the city to the root flavor and won't handle it, but there is a, lot of this foot flavor on the :md mebby this was the flavor that them farm babies missed when they come nofBic position although Switzerland is only half the size of Ireland. "Every Irish he went on, "has as much right to partition MM County Down or Belfast. The real olf jectiou to the Partition Act is that ti. to tbe idea of partition. "Our proper doesn't give Belfast and Ulster en- atlltmte." be said, "should bt; to insist oMgh local liberty and power. In m> its reply to the congress, will intimate what it is prepared to do with regard to the labor Conventions of the League of Nations and also with regard to the measures for relief of-unemploy- ment. Another matter that may be ly settled is whether the government is prepared to support a Canadian in- dustrial convention this year along the lines of the meeting held between j representatives of the government, i labor snd employers in 1919. i It is also probable that the govern-; meut will announce its attention with regard to again appointing the com- i miUee on soldiers' civil ra-establisll- i meut within the few days. HOUSING SCHEMES j TOOK on more partition. Ireland should be divided not into two but into 40 reg- ions. By tradition. Instinct, faith and circumstances we ought to aim at de- centralization and regionalism and up- hold the sovereignty of the people. "What many quite fair-minded Pi- Irish confederation they ought to jet far more. The proposed federal system, Profes- sor O'Rahilly said, might be either dominion or republican. There would be a. federal assembly consisting of a ster business men fear is the poeuibil- ties. national council and a council .of coun- Dc tha presence of the whola family at''0 town. I know one of them dai a man at is asking the power to impose a rental tax. Calgary is asking the power to levy a tax on all who no other direct tax. I! tbe word "direct" was the family councils, or the elections. Those who live irtnong ,us but -who.........." still owe allegiance to other countries are excluded, as tboy should be. No family could or would adopt a child while sucli child still held allegiance to family wherein it wa's bom. The creep into charters of the cities, [left out, small use passing such a by- BLUE RIBBON TEA Common tea Is a drug on th'e market, and you will not save anything by buying it. Half a pound of BLUE. RIBBON makes more tea of better flavor than orve nound of low grade bulk tea. March Canadian the'dtTofflce TT don'tTe-1 total of almost eleven find lis name, but his initials [three-quarter- mil lions was advanced i by the federal government to proriii- hl not sell i during the fiscal i I year emled March 31. 1920. Of this' gj amount. Ontario received Manitoba British Coluiribia Xcw Brunswick and Quebec I liAve them reguJirly, week or so? Ord.niry remedies, that dull pain, do no permanent food. need is something to get ft the Mat of the trouble and do Hfnunent good DOMINION C.B.Q. (CiKara, Quinine) Tablets relieve tbroMticg x mouths 1seo uow tofiy cttu their milk so There Is some little difference in j About that cream she says is making tio'the city's voters' list. Moat hln le are revised during June, some from June to August. Duriug that time any one qualified may have his o- her uajme- placed ou the voters' list. Hus- band or wife, may in most cities, each register for the other. Tax payers names in- upon the list year after year, and in one city that exteuda to the wife or husband of such tax payer. The provision is pretty general that if the voter is not a tax payer, the name Is dropped from the list after he or she has failed to vote at two consecutive elections. Wbo Eligible To Office But in regard to eligibility to cilice of councillor or mayor, WD find tbo greatest difference between the differ- have Mrs. Peaph on the handle of my separator (its jiame is Beatrice) for while and her cream would be thin- ner than it is now. Vou know it takes a lot of spfied to make thick cream, and us farm Cokes get tired gome times same as city fakes do, but I would like to tell Mrs. Peach that it" she wants that sticky cream all s-he has to do is pay for it as the dwlry man will make it stick sume a law- yers do if you pay enough for it. t would like to tell Mrs. Peach about tbe time 1 had last summer put- ting un feed for my cows "to eat this winter. I put it up with a man that I had lured and they called him a I.W.W. (I think that stands for I won't and I had to pay him sevon he. for others none at ail Women'are hls breakfast along with mush ant1, bacou and eggs and jam. ami the covvd I am this winter is getting thai 7 dollar a day with grape fruit feud right now and will be gettin' it till the grass conies. Oh, I near forgot to tell Mrs. Peach about the time I had fast winter. I live nine miles frqm a sta- tion and f was milkin'afow cows and f-'ayusu'.i war memorial is to be the form of u skating riuk. pain or the dull ache. They help to regulate the system breik up on tbe stomach and live.r and, in a gentle way, are a valuable tonic. If you are subject to And they do more. DOMINION C.B.Q of- DOMINION C. B. Q. TABLETS will da you world of good, and permanent gaud. Keep a boi luody. T.I. then you feel an attack coming chums ire, tley will completely tlte trouble paiji bKtaet severe. Corf them with when travelling. They are tit't, reiilhle, effective. They are prepared by the National Drug i Chemical Company ot Canada Limited and told, in the red bos, by all druggists. Aikforthemh; ent city charters. Some cities require 1 dolhlrs a llla board alul a pretty stiff property qualification, I silM he nttrt to ,nave and that any city requiring a property qualification, would -consider a -woman eligible because her husband owned property. Thugs held up Robinson at the House In St. Catharine .and stole his revolver and a stun money. FOR PEOPLE WHO CARE TO SAVE BOYS' SWEATERS 10 dozen Boys' Sxyeaters, sizes 26, 28, 30 and 32; colors blue and brown; with V-neck and fancy. Old price flj FT A ?2.75. Our week-end price.. 1 .OU CHILD'S SWEATERS 10 dozen Little Girls' Sweaters, up to 10 years old; all wool; lovely -t Qf colors. Our clearing price.. x LADIES' SHOES Table No. 1 will contain 150 pairs of Ladies' Shoes; all sizes from 3 to 7. Boots that sold for from S3 A to Our clearing price.. CHILDREN'S SHOES Table No. 2 will contain 75 pairs of Children's Slippers; odd lines; odd prices. Values from to Our clearing price................ E. J. HILL CO. 50 PAIR LADIES' PUMPS hi kid or iwtent leather, low or high hficl, fancy buckle. Old price Our clearing price Inspection Invited. 3 ONLY AXMINSTER RUGS Size 3x3 H-, and Our week- end price, See re- sult Is certain. Shoes and .50 well you knew my halt ia not irr.gat- eel and I did not have any iced on account of no rain summer before and knowin' that I had a duty to perform I in keepin' Mrs. Peach, and the babies in milk I decided to buy feed from the cars to feed my covra. Well I got up at -l.oO a.m. and milk the cows and fed them the freti had hauled from the station the day before, had break- fast. grape faut; mostly mush) and want to the station to wate on the frate train, when T got there they was SO teams ahead of me (they did not have to milk before they came) and about noon the frate pulled in and by this time they was about, SO teams waitin for feed. Well they was only one car of faed for our station a i ivl the man Iliat was ratlonln' out tlio ffjed counted the bales and then counted the teams and Mid they would only he three bales u piece, that day (they only cost us 2.50 a bale or about GO dollars a ton) but. he expected four cnrs tomorrow (lie had told llial p.vary day for two weeks, but it. wns not his fault some one had lied to Well I loaded my Uiretj- 'bales and went home and then had all [the cows to feed and water and by that time it was away after dark, then I1 milked and went to bed so as to be able to get. up mid go and get more feed off them (our earn fhnt was coining tiimorrmv. Well I kept this up nil winter. which was from Septem- ber till June, except one week wlion there -was no mrs for our station and MuV- cows the went nearly dry uml. about the first, of .hiii-1 I figured up what bay row bud ent HIM! U amounted to dollars sixty-eight ran without, tho brand and chop, f toll Mrs. Pouch that I could sell uny of thoso now for npiirly forty dollars it' F found some one tliaf wanted to buy her. Well, tlifs nbont all- the trou- bles I Kotl.inff Llmm tho wlnicr, lint r think that I ought to prt 11 I'nntH n quart from the dairyman till I jget thU grape fruit and feed ueutl Utf. J ii fai'iiiLT Htul not kuowln' iinirh March Specials in the Teeple Store EXTRA SPECIAL COLLAPSIBLE SULKY WITH HOOD A comfortable, stylish sulky, strongly constructed throughout, with spring seat, adjustable back, wheels 10-inch, with half-inch rubber tires; two small wheels at rear to prevent tipping and assist in getting up and down curbs. Price...... WICKER SULKY-Tuliular steel frame, fin- ished In lilaok, heavy tires, natural finish body with three-bow hood. Extra special Sulky specially priced SIMMONS STEEL BED with fS' 1 These beds come in tlm full size, equipped with steel .spring, fully guaranteed. The beds are in white enamel. Remember, this pricn hiclndes tbo bed and spring' complete. jiistent con struct ion door. .1 way with iron railn. beds standing crooked, or aqiicaUlng. Hcg- 'March special. Simmons 100% All COTTON FELT bluo hoa Tropic's i i in u hill-Hizert. e.vtm mil 'SS. bulli Iti art il. at SEE OUR SPECIALS IN DINING- ROOM FURNITURE Here's un opportunity to save money on a sub- stantial, well-built and well-finished mite. Made from genuine solid oak throughout, in deep nut brown finish; buffet top, 29 x 48; linen drawer; double cupboard aud two cutlery draw- ers. Six-foot extension table, 44-inch top, fitted with extra heavy base; five amall and one arm diner built for strength and comfort, full box (lip seat upholstered in genuine cowhide. The eight pieces, regularly J1S3.50. March Special........ Mirror Back China Cabinet to match, (or....... I DRESSINb TABLE FOR Ton Made of selected Iu i rich nut broivn fumed finish. HES double drawers and with its triple mirrors Is indispensable when dressing. Specially priced at only A FUMED OAK LJBRARY TABLE FOR Made of solid oak tliroughont in a rieli nut brown finish; top inches with big solid, lieavy legs, a wide convenient shell! at the bot- tom, book ends and a bis drawer. It's a splendid bargain at BIG SNAP IN A FINE FUMED OAK DINING-ROOM TABLE instead of or A chance to save money :tud buy a splendid tnblc. nuilt ot solid oak throughout with a mas- pedeyty! Lniso. ''.'hi? Hm is .Mi HfilL's. exiemus to Hi.v t'ooL when opened. Finished In dark fumed. At........... WINDOW SHADES I'luin green shiuJes. :jxti nunihUnl on.fsnnd roller will] rius anil bntukcls .....nplelc. Ai....... L. C. TEEPLE DOMINION SLOCK. Quality Without Extrtvagance. 12-foot wide LINOLEUM in block uml floral de- xlgns. Splendid quality at only, per run- (liiij? yynl ;