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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE7KBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, tALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA WWS f (BY UltLlE'VOUNG'-McKINNEV) McKINNEY WILL-WELCOME AtfY.OUESTIONS OR DIS- CUSSION ALONG THESE LINES. ADDRESS HER IN CARE'OF THE -THE MOHAMMEDAN DIVORCE, .the.'sympioras as Indicative disease, but do not direct The Mohammedan man cau" say to its wife three times. "Thcu art dl- and the deed is done.-- Tha husband needs no lawyer, no Judge. _ and no court of Inquiry. He is all three of tatse himself. Eat that Is not all of this moot effective plan. Tha condition of the divorced wile In rendered almost un- bearable. H this last touch were not added the system would fan of the desired end. for If the wifars position was too abject sbj might even goad her husband on to say tho three fatal worUa limes. Thus the husband in Xev Yort Sires a detective '.o follovr him and watch him commit a crime, teat his wife may secure divorce; or often that he may force' heri or at least pay tier to secure a dlTorce. The divorce' question in our coun- try nifty be "approached from two angles and either one presents'a burning 'question. One la the differ- enc.e necessary for a wife to secure the our treatment to the symptoms but to disease.. When the _ symptoms diminish, we feel that we aie over- coming the But It we di- rect out treatment toward the symp- toms, ignoring their cauee, we will not progreu toward 4 care. For a party comes lo t fore tbe signature- of the judge is hard- dry, the new marriage and often double marriage has taken place. True 11 is not legal In many places, but it Is sufficient for tbe parties until they desire to ccme to Keuo for a second There you hare In a nut shell the reasons for the divorce. That the parties may remarry. The disease then Is, that we ao longer consider that marriage shall continue until the end oC Why have we changed our thought abort it! Because our to da so. No people Is joins to tus allowed by their laws. How many divorces do you tfclnt would be asked for U the parties could never again? Would our Jaary Pickford.- Jor Ifialaace, still be watch- ed oa the screen without tho rnentsi reservation with which we oid-fashlon- ed folks now Tlew her. It the divorced could not remarry? She is quoted as such .'liberty from --necessary for- the huBb'aiioV difference Li no doubt with tie same Idea as that of tho Moham- tbo doctor with a severe head ache. the doctor often come medicine that will divert the Mood from the head and the patient lets pain, But the cause of the heidactie may be defec- tive, vision, indigestion or a score ot olhei cauns; but no matter what cauie when'the'sedative effects of tht drug have passed the patient win again hie headache; Jut so oar progress will be In seeking to treat divorce as a dlfeaie. It Is tin symp- tom. Two Abreait; tf Tandtm? _____ is tho real The lhat which Isldesire to get oat of the marriage 'Tiiis Yes. sometimes. IM imagine our- rmich I selves at Reno, medans, securing the submission ot s Ihe wife; hut It is also a direct in- divorce come before bere the symptom IB treated if ot most il cf Mr. Moore: "He is a most estimable man." It ii all ricM to E4T that tbe lews regarding marriage mast be made more strict, so that there will be fewer divorces. That ii true, but it is not enough. Many people, and we rniiht almost say moil people, marry hastily; peonta whom no law could refuse A license, and yet people who will Ttrjr soon seek the divorce court. Why do people marry e a greater mlxup than we have at ?resent. Just lo Illustrate, tho followlnp case caiho before mo some, time before our province passed the law purporting to give the mother equal custody of the children wilh the girl mar- ried her parents soon took her back to their own home. baby was born. The father had not seen this child, or contributed to Its support Id any way.. The girl's mother wrote me asking if the father could come and lake lhat child. I answered Tthat he probably could. second-letter followed in which tho girl's mother asked, if the. daughter should go to Washing ton: with her and there secure a divorce.-be- come naturalized thero, then" could she conre hack here and claim tho prolec- tlon ot Uncle Sam 'for herself and her Now'that was a stumper. In the U. S. this woman is-single, and enjoys the entire custody of her child. She crosses the line to Canada, she is still a Canadian citi7en, and consequently 13 a Canadian citi- zen herself, and-has no more claim on her child than tbe father, and; if he has more property, not as much. If she could have remarried in Washing- ton, what then? That is also the same condition In the Slates, as between each other. We turned at the electioir as a Tory-DeuKKrat-Cwlitionlst, bat hat shrnys showu an? independence of party whips. Wilh the Cecil family, he ii3s eir ibiled indignation against tho government cpncernlagjtho alleg- ed Irish reprisals indicated, the other eveningivhen be- tween bin) and Sir Hamar Greeawocd, the chief .secretary for Ireland, when they encouutereil each other in the lobby. This explosion, in evaporated iu a few niiautea. Oswald Mosely also' accompanied Lorfl Henry to the other side, OE the aaaio ground. SMO HE MADE CLOTHES FOR ABRAHAM LINCOLN AYR, Silker, who has jast died here at the'nge of 102, in a boalhouse near Blackrock KINGSTON BANK MANAGER- 18 KINGSTON, XoT.47.-4A'. ?3 McDouaell, manager ot the Kiagctoi branch of the Bank ot Montreal, cllei here on agod 71. He wat manager ot the Ontario basic ben ;prior to 1S8S and had eipenenre it banks in Montreal and Winnipeg anf a number of places la Ontario befort coming to this city m 1193. claimed a tailor in Axaerict he made clothes for Abraham Lincoln Silker'also fought America] Civil War on the side of Uie north.ani laler saw serrlce ii 1" siaa war. DO you lave them ttgnlirly, erery Oriiniry htiiJiclie remedies, that merely dull the pain, do no permanent good. Wbatyoc need is comcUriog 16 get at the eeat of the trouble and do permanent gooj DOMINION C. B. Q. (CaKara, Bromide, Quinine) relieve the tirohbing." kecomea Cany them" wilk And they do'more. 'when ire t. nliable, efecti or NeoidjU, DOMINION C. B. Q. TABLETS irffl do a Morld of good, good. Keep a box handy. Take them when you feel an attack cocuiag fa are, they will completely the trootle before tho pua Tliey help to regulate tho system break up directly on live stomach and liver and, in a gentle vrzy, are a valuable' tonic. If you are eubjeet to To in the Rod Box Break up Coldi Cripoo in a few hours Oxmled of Caaada Limited and red Trail Did You Ever Hear o{ the enton Trail? Where Was It Located r Make an effort to ascertain and you may find the text for an in- teresting story in The Herald's Story lompetition The Competition Closes December Tenth "THE HERALD WOULD LIKE TO KNOW AS SOON-AS POSSIBLE THE NAMES OF THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE COMPETING IN THIS COMPETITION. There Will Be Eight Prizjes Divided As Follows f- ADULTS ;v First prize Second prize 50.00 Third prize 35.00 Fourth 20.00 Consolation prizes. SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Yean First prize.....................'., Second prize............. .'.7. 30.00 Third prize........................... 20.00 Fourth 10.00 Consolation prizes. CONDITIONS (1) Competition wfll con- fined lo bonafido In Southern Albortfl. (31 Stories must- not exceed words. (3) All slories must Icglb- ly written and- on br.e aide of paper. (4) In awarding inarks for merit stress will tn placed on tho particular of the contribution and tho particular narrative form In which It (t wrltlen. Itegarrt will nlso to given to Hlcrai-y and srammaH- cal conslnictlon. (5) Competitors must not laeli name to the paper 119011 which story is written. Tiw name and address are Me bs oh Separate ill; ot paper. 'The HeroliI nttrttt the riftt of any of the .whelher In Uie er sot. All contributions vlll remain the property bt the There will be three Jtidges up- pointed to.ciamlne and decide oa tho merits of the coatribu- tt'ma.' Of fwo wffl from the outside, and ana t memtrer of the Horald editorial staff. The decision of the Judgei will in all cases final. Tha competition open, with- out entry fee. If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald Slory Competition The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once. ;