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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920 LJJTHH.KIUGB DAILY HKRALR PAGE THIRTEEN Alberta Wonren and Alberta Laws s (By Mrs JicKlnney will welcome any questions alone lines. Addren In o( this paper. REGARDING THE MAKING OF WIUS We lunch the who big betd, mud then UrMu thct body is out of k'utj we calmly, every day ot our fcnore cooMOOM which it not' Been, rcoog- nlted, said atter, not only Uio health and mormls of pur people, but society itwK. to fee! toat by ignor- ing'such things, they'will'cease to same is true regarding the one eiperionoe-which fe surest to come to every one of to feel that If we give the droaa'raeeeCTi- ger any recognition whatever, we are cncounctac him. to glvo.us a call.- Now may in such manner prevent j objectionable, acquaintances among the men and women we.ineot, bntAbe V nmMuger that brines' ins (really the kindest neither hastened nor delayed by Kich _j tactics. This feeling the preacher, the eva.n- moth'ers, and all who have crar peal good-at heart, must over- f. come in induce usio pwparQ ourselves for' that greatest change. which we will bo called upon to meet. V This also jhust be overcome before "men and women will take'the situa- Uon seriously in hand and prepare hii Itrous. A man had far better give his wife the benefit of hie trainees jsdpaent and experience wMte living Una to shield kw (rom aH business worries wbtle be lives, end than try to protect her from them also after be is gone. Is a mistaken Idnd- MM, wbtch mtny a wealthy man has given his Tery life to secure for his wife and famtiy, aod which bas prov- ed undoing ot the estato and the suffering of his family. 1' Avoid Complicated Wills An illustratfen of thla point to my notice not long ago, in tho estate of a man whose estate is at present, let us say, around This man has three children, and three others whom to remember in hia 11? .L will. iBbrofofe 'stipulated' a certain amount should be givdir to his wife each inomb, aod for each of the of the ttireo other The total made ooireW- erctole over two hundred dollar to come out of the estate every n half a good many times. Now this man was trying ;o do the beat he could for bis fcunUv, but K BhoQld not be sxxxAHe (or tie man to so tie up the estate uokee it could be proven that his wHe ig vMft- y incapable of taking care'of any property wtwtever. No mMake which iie likely to. make would DO much more serious then-bis own in tmtking such a will: Just in passing, let us note that In thbi special case, wife is practical- ly forgoing the' pleasure! ot a home. She hajdly Jher 'cblldren from morning uiill night and Is working with her husband in his bnetnees every (iay at. her We. -irorkwl for someone'else, her eilarT would doubt- less be someUiing like a hundred dol- lars a month, and ehe could spend it as tiio pleases, or sho could with it pro- vide for her old see. -But because ehe is working with her hus'jand, her earnings belong to him, and he can in tiila way tie np her earnings and bts until ehe must face a penniless old Rven where Uie wife is making the home, and doing nothing outBttv, sho too should be consulted in. tho mak ing of the will. Together they shoulc talk over Uieir business attain, UJK the- wife should know .toe acd aims ot her hatband. Then wiien she is left to take the entire responstbll Sty, the husband may rest assured that liis "wiil" will bo much. more nearly cerried out through every un foreseen: circumstance wHcb, may the little family, than it could month, possibly liave been dono i. after a few into his written will. Iron clad plans worldly effects so as to best those whom ho leaves behind him: Need of Making Willi I presume we have all of us won- dered II ths harps of some ot the dear departed did not miss a._noto now' and then as walked th't golden streets, if he can perchance look over the parapets and see his family strug- gling along, sacrificing their best years, much of their comfort, and the good of the children, in an effort to bring order out of thc-chaoe. which the dear departed had left behind, and which, while ho was living he could have straightened out by the expondi- lure of perhaps an hour ot time and ten dollars in, money- Really it is notliing but' Selfishness, (or our own inertia, which is another form of which accounts for this failure of so many- people to prepare for an event which all know must come some time, and may come any time. are. not will: ing, even for the sake -of those we love, to maite ourselves faco a citua- tlon which do not desire. 1 have been repeatedly consulted of late, both as to the manner of mak- ing wffis, and as to what vras justice in the division of the estate. This last 1 will.' not consider here except very ._ generally. Your Idea of -justice might not at oil coincide wilh jpne. For an apparently 'geoer- ous-mluded imaji -the ofher i. dayimy'ridea After tee end of 16 Mlwell gifts ,of s. thmwand-dollars haro been to raoot an Ua6een future bestowed, eke to have the rest. Now! I beilcvo anyone who has taken' few :re- SPANISH BULLFIGHT gardlns estates, would not gire mjach] for the widow's.Bbare'after sixteen! years Indeed It yesterday present at the bul would be" surprising if it lasted any-iHghtlheld-for the benefit of'the Rei thing like that long: The best class Oross. The event was attended b; ihveatmenta would be closed to the King Alfonso and Queen Victoria am WAS BRILLIANT AFFAIR MADRID. May crowd larger part of the estate, besides it must fie ready'for the continual month- ly payments. Ada to this, tho purchas- ing power erf the dollar may double a good many times; during all of tbose more likely; it may be cut the women of lha aristocracy, wbx wore the national mantilla. The roya party cheered enthusiastically th three leading toreadgrs of Spain, Be mont, Mcjlas aud Galllto, who per formed brilliantly. will. Ha had left his property to his baby, ;wbile he carried a lifo insurance for hia wife, an (untrant perhaps equal to hie estate. -T'ffanMy tcJd him that not con- aider that justice. This, man freely that his wife had earned as much of 'their joint estate as ho had. j I asked him if she did npl sacrifice as much as he did to pay the insurance, and hSj agreed that, she did. Forms Now making. a ijill, is' a'.very shniile thins. If Vc-u have not' made yoors, delay no toTiger. If you cannot reach a lawyer, there aro printed forms Jhat imay ho used.. These are a help, and 'also a danger. M' you rely on 'the form, and do' not put in too'inany sug' these wills does very well. 'But the average -personals .'so ;apt to write into the form som'ething Schich in legal terms will mean some- thing other than that which the maker of the wiU intended. For instance, a :.man known to tho being espe- cially desirous that the wife should have the farm, added attar the clause it .to her, rtfor her use." Hib intention: was that that much was to for' her, and not for Hio children. Now that of course tied up the farm -so that it could not be sold. .She Lad 'tho use of it during Uer Me, but she could not sell it; just tho very thing which the. testator had desired to se- cure for her. lie added the throo words to make doubly euro, and only .succeeded in depriving her that which ho wished hor to cave. A will be witnessed by two or moro competent witnesses, .who are 1 not beneficiaries under tho will. A very home-made document will hold In court if the judge is sure that it rep- resents tho will of the testator. It -'bo very clearly worded, and right to the point. But the cost of having a good law- yer write your will is not great, and it. Is much tbe bolter .way. You do need Mm to' tell you- how you- should leave your estate. That part you yourself should consider very carefully, but your property will bo 'moro likely to go to the once to whom you wish it to go, it you will employ a good lawyer to write your wHl. Naming an Executor You should name an executor, in. your will. This Is most important and will save mncli outlay. A judge will mrcly rn'iuiro a bond if tho executor Id nnmcd by testator. Bven If you wish your estate administered JUBI na ttio law rould do It, and there- fore have decided to make no will, oven then, appoint an executor. It la 1 'interesting to note how msmy times tho judge appoints tho widow tw tha ndminfstrator ot the estate of the band who dies Intestate. A will should bo simply worded, and 'ohoiild have ns few coniHttons as possible. Olton a man, in tho very excess of his love (or his family, at- tempts lo forseo and fruard against every possible danger may sur- round his family after ho is no longer 1 there to protect them, But tho Good haa so ordered that our foresight Is barely sufficient to uieot our omi iicoda wtillo living, and fow there are who can ace beyond Ow grave. Such wills Aro almost sure lo prove We Are Agents For The VICTROLAand .VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of Both from which toSelect Risch, Limited HISMAMERS VOICE .The WqltzSuccKt of the Season (Sheet Mode: Chappell ariij Co., Pub.) Now sweeping the country from coast tc coast played by Beck's Orchestra thus perfect dance rhythm is assured. Fox Trot is anolhcr wonderful number on the reverse side by Colcman'a Orchestra. 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A Special Three Day Sale oi Dress Goods Co-erta, Mohairs, Scotch Plaids and Serges. Widths from 38 to 44 Inches. Colors taupes, fawn and crimson and fancy plaids and checks. All one 1 OQ price, per yard.................... WOMEN'S CHAMOISETTE GLOVES Natural, vrhlte. blaclc, grey. AH si zee. For three days only at...... 1 U Silk Poplin Sk rts at 35.9O This is a wonderful skirt at the price. ReB-' ular value J9.00. Assorted colors and sizes. Come'early for tliem. 50 INCH PLUSH VELOUR FOR HEAVY CURTAINS Colors brown, green, rose, wine. O 7C Special, per yard Navy Bue Serge at A very fine pure wool English Serge, fast dye. 45 Inches wide. Correct weight for dresses' 'and skirts. Soft Ilnlsh. This is the regular 15.60 quality. On sale at, t pA per 30 INCH WHITE FLANNELETTE 33c Here is a bargain you will appreciate. It ia worth right now 50c, and will be higher. Extraordinary Savings In This Saturday Sale of Suits LADIES' SPRING SUITS THAT WERE SELLING FOR AND REDUCED TO Our ftnest suits ot Gabardine and Trlcolette and English Sergei; nothing and values, "7C Aft SUITS THAT WERE SELLING AND LAST WEEK. REDUCED TO A.'. juits of all wool Serges and Trleotines, beauti- fully made a'nd'rldily lined. and values. CC AA Reduced to LADIES' SPRING SUITS. REGULAR AND VALUES. REDUCED TO A big assorlment of stylish suits at this price. Made from pure wool Trice-line, Serge and'Gabardine. Good value AA at 570.00. Reduced to................................D I SUITS that sold for Now're- duced to.......................48.50 SUITS that sold at and Now re- duced to........................ 28.50: Greatly fifidiicsd Prices Oil All Our Coats SAVE to ON YOUR SPRING COAT Ladies' Fine Gabardine, and Tricollno Cloth Coats in becoming styles and pretty colorings. ALL COATS that sold at and reduced to............................. ALL COATS that sold at and reduced ALL COATS that sold at reduced to ALL COATS that sold at reduced to ALL COATS that sold at reduced lo ALL COATS that sold for reduced to All The Newest Dresses ARE IN THIS REDUCTION SALE Representing Savings of to on Every Garment. Georgettes, Satins, Taffetas, Tricolettes and Crepe do DRESSES reduced DRESSES reduced to DRESSES reduced DRESSES reduced DRESSES reduced to..........'. DRESSES reduced 18 WHITE HUCK TOWELLING 28c Good quality blcaclied huCk, plain or taped border. Regular 40c quality. SPORT FLANNEL In grey. Suitable for baseball uniforms. 27 Inches wido. Price, per yard...............t............; Extra Special Bargains in Fancy dresses GOING AT HALF PRICE. Taffetas, Satins and Cropo do Chines; also a tew Georgettes, assort- ed colors and sizes. Any -t n QA dress in tills lot on sale at WOMEN'S SILK BOOT HOSIERY WITH DEEP RIBBED TOP 1.35 Colors brown, champagne, grey, black, white. 36 INCH WHITE NAINSOOK COTTON 33c Fine soft for undergarments, A splen- did bargain at ttils price. LARGE BUNGALOW Assorted sites and colors. 36 INCH S1LXOLINE DRAPERY Floral patterns. Blue, rose, yellow, JJA POT yard...................... DUC BOYS' RIBBED COTTON HOSE, 45c Heavy-quality. All sizes 6K lo 10. WOMEN'S BLACK COTTON HOSIERY 45c A good iwoarlns quality. Seamless. Sizes to 10. WOOL JERSEY CLOTH SUITING, BS Inches wide, Piifro Jersey In rein- deer, ropcn and roBC.r- 56 INCH COVERT COATINGS, Shades olive, grey, fawn. Suitabla for vromen'a and misses' spring coats, BOYS'WOOL JERSEYS Snap fasteners at neck. Khsdes navy, cardinal and EW' O O C A good quaHty. Bach JttiO FAST COLOR PRINTS Light and dark shades. S3 Inches wide. Worth BOc right now and will be higher. At, per Each BOYS'COVERALLS Bluo, blito and whlto slrlpo, Ian. Vvr ages 3 to 8 years. 1.60 BOYS' KHAKI'BLOOMF.RS All sizes. Strong twill drill for school wear. The Simpson ;