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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta .TIE LETgBIODGB DAILY HS3ALP crtcl toon of ths ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LA WS LILLIE YOUNG MoKINNEY) MR-J. MeKINHiY WILL WILCOIIt ANY OUMTIONS OR OIB- CU..ION IN tki doors wer. mi admitted to HATED WITH (By Llllle Young McKinney) Mrs, McKinney will welcome any or flUrtussion along these linen. Address her in care of tke Herald. U you wish a personal kwer, enclose a stamped self- audressod envelope. So many questions have reached my desk during tho last Jew days that thla number will devoted to an- 'fwerlag Ibpni. The Factories' Act The query regarding lio Fac- tories' Act came from a U. F. W. A. whkh was situated miles from a fac- tory or any one working under this net. Thia must give us sdded pride in womankind. Wo women are not Irterasted !u ourselves and oar the world itself-ias beeei-.e our home, and tho needsNtf human- kind, our needs. Many other queries have been re- ceived. People are asking why it is possible in this lire of the world for i be ignored. In answer let me lay, that It would Kfam incredible if we did not know that it is true. This Is the situation. Tho Inspec- tion under the Factories' Act. and that under the Workman's Compensa- tion Board did duplicate in certain matters. Tlie latter looks after safety with a view ol avoiding accidents. The former did also, but beside.this many matters of health, and comfort, and the entire responsibility for Ing tlut children did not work in fac- tories, laundries, etc., rested with 'those administering the Factories' Act. Now if tha Factories' Act had been MUM protMon that If the house la sold the tenant nuall have ono-month's Mtlfe more. Doubt- less It often a hardship, but this leeway seems necessary In many cases. I shall quote some sections from the School Act wlUch will lit a num- ber of but I should strongly urge you to sond to the r the The thrsa new csrdlws Ue embrace snd welcoaWI kin from each member of the aacred coltago and were wsiducted to thu foot of the throne, wherp they again tacit. The two masters of cersmoa- IH thvww nver their the purple rappa ratgBa, tlio pope holding the Wretta over the head of each for several moinnnts, repeslrne tho words of presentation. The cere- mony closed with the papal benedic- tion. ____ clause you read: "In rural and village school districts the trustees shall ob- tain tenders for tae erection of school buildings and the same shsll be built under ixm'ract and not by day labor, and no such contract shall bo entered Into or signed by the trustees or any other person until submitted to and approved by the minister, and no no tUm shall be maintained or tor the price of school building or materials supplied to construct the same unless the contract therefor Is approved and claim to respect _------- .thereof shall be allowed by way of u act still the sUtute or cMmi Mr ,haJl such contract have any validity whatever unless so approved as sfora- sald. All specialties, bllis, notes or accounts stated given or made in whole or In part for or to secure any such price or materials shall lie void, unless the contract under which tho ssjne are given, or mads is approved as aforesaid." I havs given tits at length, for It Is a vital matter to seven! Question- mully received into the sacred col- lege. This ceremony, one of tbn few that have down virtually un- changed through the centuries to the present day, combined the bril- liance of the period of Michael An- the historic atmosphere "that. envelopes Iho Holy See and the Ira- presalveness that surrounds tho sac- red rites of St. Peter. Only three cardinals were consecrated today be- came the three Spanish prelates tie- rated to the cardinaiate will receive their from King Alfonso. Archbishops Dennis J. Dougherty of Philadelphia, Josef Shulte of Col- ogne, and Midiacl von Faulhabpr of bearing a processional cross set with precious stonee. In bewild- ering succession there camo the 8is- tiBff choir, abbots and heads of great religious orders, priests and monks In black, white and brown, cardinals In their scarlet robes; Swiss guards and Palatine giwardi, ait forming a. be ound for who in the Sedia Oestatoria, borne by crimson uniformed attend- ants. After the pope bad seated himself on the throne, members of the car- (iinalate ranged themselves around ONTARIO WITH GOOD TEACHERS TORONTO, Fcl.. is ao province or state between tjw Atl.mlH: and tho 1'acilic no well provided v.'lh qualified teachers as the province of stated Dr. Waugh, chief iispector of schools for Ontario, swering tho statement of a corrcspon-, dent to thj press that there oiists to-1 day a shortage of qualified teach-, crs in the province. Dr. Waugh. how-, ever, admits that tho province requires about 600 more.' properly qualified teachers but denies that a great num-; ber of rural schools have been closed i for want ot teachers. I W Auction Sale THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE IV PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, ON 3RD ST. ON SATURDAY, MARCH 12TH AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP 1 carload of dairy cows, Also a number of hnrses: 1. double disc prousod drill, nearly new. Van llrunt make; 2 ainsln discs, one out- throw, one 1 twin plow, Oliver make. 12-inch, nearly new; 1 sot of Iron harrows; 1. set of 4-nectlon levsr harrows; 1 fanning mill; 1. second-hand binder; harrow carts. TERMS CASH. J, A. SMIT.'I, Auctlenser. Munich, who yesterday received the' him in the of seniority, the car- Orel Insignia of their new- rank, took dinals. bishops and priesta on his their places today in the ranks of the cardinals and assumed in full the- dignities conferred on them by Pope Benedict. Diatingulthed Paqsant right and the cardinal-deacons on his left. Theii fell a' hush of cspecta-1 tion over the assembly, broken by the opening of the doors to the sistine chapel adjoining, and Cardinals OTTAWA TO INCREASE JN EFFORT TO HELP EMPLOYMENT Since Monday these isolates uave Dougherty, Shulte anil Ton Taulhaher been given flattering attention in the entered. They had just taken the holy city, but today they were the! oath of bffloc Before Cardinal Otti- centre about which revolved a pageant j vius, chancellor of the church. whjcn impressed tho eyes of a dis- As tiiey entered, the three car- tlaguisbed congregation and will long dinals bowed low three times and then advanced slowly to the throne. be remembered. Long before 10 o'clock, the hour for he beginning of the ceremony, Ro- man citizens, peasants and princes, llplomats and priests, gathered be- that a sum of money should be bor- rowed upon the security of the district for securing, purcKaslng, adding to, the attornoy-Erwneral and those admin Jsterlng the Workman's Compensation Act, whereby that board took over the hoard may pass such a by-law. provides that tho board when the action was taken, almost a year ago, but none of us seemed to realize what it meant. It means just this tho factories inspectors are at present reaponslbfe- for administering the Factories' Act Ih retail stores aud oftce buildings only. They are forbidden to enter the other places that conre under the set except upon complaint, and that as to. wages, hours, and child labor only. From the nature of the case there will not likely be complaint to child labor. It In doubtful alHo If there will bo. any complaint from the workers whose helplessness ed the passing of the act in tlio flrst place. To the different organiiatlona that have written mo asking what they c-ould do to help these dependent workers, I can only say, that this be- longs to the department the attor- ney-general. Anything that you or your organizations wish to say shonld said to him. How can our repre- sentatives do the will of the people If they do not know our desires? Guardianship of Children Mrs. D. It Is very difficult to advise without knowing more thau can he written. These facts however qre plain, if you do not secure a divorce or a separation, your husband would at your death stand before any guard- Ian appointed by you. Your people, however, could probably show the court that tho father was unfitted, and secure 'the custody for tha guard- ian appointed by you. While our laws are not over enthusiastic in pro- tecting a wife a bad husband, they will do much to protect children from a bad father. Wives may well avail themselves of tho help of this excellent department of our govern- ment. If you will write all the facts to Mr. McDonald, superintendent of the Department of Dependent and De- Hnqueiit Children, Calgary, you will receive not only good advice but prac- tical assistance in your plans. Regarding Schools If you want to start something, just efty schools. Now this may sound revolutionary, but it is really vastly encouraging. No which ap- pears in this column brings tho stream of letters that the school- sub- ject does. with this. waking up. These letters are -of course largely from women, and they- siow that It IB high time' the mothers of our children wore taking an inter- Rnt iu the schools. I shall Mike no effort to answer each questioner sep- arately, for some of the answers would overlap. As to tho contract, it is t believe quite customary that contracts should Iiavo a ono month clause; contracts other than with teachers. If you rent a house you will fmd tucked away in Your scribe is pleased It shows that people are where they kn-elt and did homage to tho pontiff. When they rose they OTTAWA, Feb., recommen- dation of the Employment Service Council of Canada thai tho govern- ment purchasing for all departments lie stimulated now, so that there might be a corresponding stimulation business as ono step, to overcoming tbo unemployment difficulty, is being carried out by the government. All departments have been ref.uested to j get their requirements catalogued so that orders for the materials needed ino pontm. wuuu juoo took their places on tlio right of tho during the coming year can-be places throne. Connlstorlal advocates read o.uickly as possible. tha woman wanted by the police. 'D- and the law! it district. Sec. "A poll of the ratepayers for and against the bylaw may be de- manded within fifteen days after the date of the tasting of the notices." Thla notice muat be slgaed by four ratepayers (this In practice Includes etc.) in a rural district, and munt be delivered to the secretary, or In bis absence, to the chairman of the hoard. I can hsrdly understand the reports fieing refused. The object of the meeting Is to hear those reports. Bu It Is provided the reports ma> bo omitted "upon a resolution being passed to that effect by the ratepay ers present, but any ratepayer of the district shsll have Access to such re ports and either during the meeting or after the meeting Is held." A trustee to resign mast do so In writing to the other trustees, who shall call a meeting for the election of a new trustee. "A trustee who resigns may be re-elected with his own Non-residents cannot vote for tros The hired man cannot voti even if he did live in the same house with his employer. Indeed, Be might vote If he did not, If he were an "oc- cupier of land." The owner or occu-! pant of land who resided in tbe dis- trict for two months previous to the election could vote. In rural, schools the poll Is open for three hours. Sec. 34 provides for appeal to the minister In case of tbe election not being held according to the ordin- nnce, but clause 2 of this section reads, "No such complaint shall bs entertained by the minister unless made to him in-writing within twenty days after the holding of tha election or meeting." the Problem While the whole province is watch- ing the proposed teachers strike in Calgary, and overs' one. Is hoping that the trustees and the te'ichers may yet get together, is one suggestion to help the situation. The rank and file of the teachers are women: They! know that they have very little! chance of advancement, Men are given the really worth-whilo positions, not because they ore better teachers, but because they are men. We can! put our fingers on instances where a i .raw youth, who never would make a j teacher, was advanced above a "real' and the parents protested! tiiiat their children should vbe sentj tack to the "real-teacher." Now if these women had an opportunity for advancement the best of them'would stick to the profession for much less salary. An It Is ths very us to go where thero is a, possibility of .advancement. The real teacher among women must have j a sense of duty not understood by I other professions to stay on here with present salary and DO chance of advancement. do not mean to belittle the men in tho teaching profession, but our methods are bidding for tho poorest of both men women. We will let the best among the women go where there is a chance of prlnclpalshipx coming to women, and we bid for men who are seeking higher wages than women who do the same work; In other words we are bidding for meq who -wish .their pay to be deter- mined by other crltsrlono than ser- vice rendered. CANADA'S IMPORTS FROM BRITAIN SHOW INCREASE eiports to Can- ada for 1930 amounted to an Increase of compared with as reported at the recast annual meeting of Toronto braach of the Canadian Association of Brit- laii WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF fiSST 707 Third South (Hnfl Block) Phone 662 "Beautiful Annabel! Lee" TN this'numberltheVanderbilt Hotel Orchestra we plsyirs one of the most delightful of recent walues, a revela- tion o( beauty in the domain of musuvJTlwy also contribute a Foi Trot, full of rhythm and melody on "His Master's Voice" Record's 16254 10-Inch S. 100 Atk to hear4hne popular succettes on "His Master's Voice" Records (si Htlbtnv) Swcdltt UlSoninda-Vtliu VOCAL SELECTIONS fted Roi. (Ttcor) LmMKo'Mine (Tt-or) Come Back to Jumbo Gumbo When You Look In tin Eyes of MuU dlriftt Arotc ChriitMyAll (Tenor) Any "His Master's Voice" dealers will gladly play any selection you wish to hear SCKLtfiflt CKAM-O-ruOXE CO., iliflTMU, 1IOXTKXAL MASON RISCH, LIMITED Balmoral Block. Lethbridgr, Alia. THOUSANDS OF RECORDS HEINTZMAN CO., LTD. 463 6TH ST. S. PHONE 582. AUCTION SALE FIRM PPKEIT and HIUHD IFfECTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARM OF S. C. MER1DEW, ON SEC. 8, TP. 4, R. 23, WEST OF 4TH MERIDIAN LOCATED ABOUT FOUR MILES SOUTH OF SPRING COULEE ON TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 1 teaai of Black Geldings, T years, weight. 3500 Ibs.: 1 team of Grey Mares, 7 years, weight 'J700 I Black Mare. 6 years. HOC Ibs.; 1 Blacli Gelding. D years, 14W Ibs.: i'Bay fielding. 7 rears, 1300 Ibs.; 1 Brown 9 yearn, 3200 Ibs.; t Brown Saddle Mare, 9 vears; 1 Yearling Colt; 1 Milk Coxv: 15 Chickens: .4 sets 1 Wagons with Grain Tanks; 2 Hay Racks; IH.C., IVi I'Cream Separator; 3 Iron Beds; Table, Book Case, Sido Board, Cook Store, 8 Heaters, Clmrn, Chairs. Many small 'articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH FREE LUNCH AT NOON S. C. Meridew, P. UVALLEY, Auctioneer Owner. Care of Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. AUCTION SALE A. G. HALLAM FARM EQUIPMENT AND HORSES I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT.THE FARM OF A. G. HALLAM, ON SEC. 4, TP. 10, RG. 20, W. 4TH M. BEING FOUR MILES NORTHWEST OF COALDALE AND 12 MILES NORTHEAST LCTHBRIDGE ON SATURDAY MARCH 19th, 1921 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARPl 1 Gasr-Scott Tractor. S3 h.p., in, good condition; 1 Case Separ- ator 28-46, in good team Black Mares, 7 years, weight 2600; 1 team. Mare and Gelding, 8 years, weight 2900; 1 team Geldings, weighting 2600; 1 Cockshutt Grain Drill, 10 ft.; 1 Cock- shutt Plow, S-bottom; 1 Ditching Plow; 1 Martin Ditcher; 1 U. 0 Q Huy ftaka; 1 "Allwork" Kerosene Jttictor, i Decrlng Grain Drill; 1 Masiey-Harris Grain Drill, 10 foot; S Packers, 12 ft.; 1 Gang Plow; 1 Scraper; 40 Jeet of Lover Harrows; 3 Deennc Binders, S ft.; 1 Massey-Harria Binder, 8 ft.; 1 McCermiclc Header; 3 John Deero Double Disc Harrows, 10 ft.; 1 Bunk Gsjr with RinRa and Mattresses; It Bed Springs; 1 Cushman Gasoline Engine, S h 3 Cushman Gasolina Engines. 4 h.p.; I Adams Farm Truck: 3 Oil Tank; Haruess, Wagons, Oil Drums. Gas Drums, Oil, Grease, Plow Shares, Forks, Shovels, etc., etc.; 3 Granaries; 15 head of M.NT.ON. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. TERMS ON ENGINE AND SEPARATOR WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT SALE. BRITISH-CANADIAN TRUST CO., Official Trustee Estate of A. G. Hallam, PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM PETER JORGEN8ON, OF IRON SPRINGS, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WITH- OUT RESERVE THE FOLLOWING STOCK ANO MACHINERY ON SATURDAY, MARCH 12 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. ON S.W. QR. SEC. RGE. 20 One mile west of Turin SeHaolhouse and two miles east and half mile south of Iron Springs, Black Gelding, 1530 Ibs., 8 years; 1 Blifck Mare, USD Ibs., 5 years; I Grey Marc, 1300 Ibs., I years; 1 Grey ficldlns, 1400 Ibs 4 years; 1 Groy Mare, HOO Ibs., 1 years; 1 Grey Gelding, 1350 Ibs., 3 years; 1 Grey Gelding. 1350 Ibs., 3 1 Black Marc, 1200 Ibs., 3 years; 1 Black Marc, 1200 His., 5 years; 1 Black Gelding, 1.100 Ibs., 3 years; 1 Black Maro 1100 Its., 10 years; 1 Bay Saddle Marc, 900 Ibs., '5 years. Milch Cows, Jroau in April: 2 Heitevs, Z years; 1 yearling Calf. MACHINERY-! Daerins double disc drill, 18 disc; 1 Great West 14-Inch gang plow; 1 P. O. 16-iuch sulky plow, breaker and stubhla bottoms; 1 five-section boss harrow; 1 I.H.O. 9-ft. duckfoot cultivator, 3-ft. Maasey-Harris binderffi 1 Molina wagon and. triple box, 1 S-fU-Emerson disc; 1 7-ft. Wassey-Harris disc; 3 sets double work harness; 1 ford touring car, In Al shape; and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF cash, balance Oct. 1st, 1921, at 8 per cent, interest ou bankable. 10 per cent, discount for cash on credit amounts. P. UVALLEY, PETER JORGENSON, Owner. O. J. MeWyAIN, Clerk- c-o Dowsley I-and Agency, PhonS 1809, ;