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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 26, THE LETHBR.IDOE-DATT.Y ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LAWS (BY YOUNG McKINNEY) MRS. MsKINNEY WILL WELCOME ANY QUESTIONS OR DIS- r. CU8810H ALONG THESE LINES. ADDRESS HER IN CARE OF THE HERALD. the final court of appeal to which all questions are brought. As a lawyer she muet argue the case both (or the- prosecution and for the defence. Her judgments must be absolutely fair, for no clients ever knew quicker thau hers whether or not her verdict Is Just, it it Is not, tie Judge will speedy lose (From Our Own UARONS, Nor. C. Thomas her opportunity of Irylng future cases, j visitor In LetbbrMge Thursday, resort being hat! Instead to R manner-Nov. 18th. of settlement approaching the world's Th! Butintta of Homemiklns Uivijing my.tlnjBas needs must be between my cook sewing ma- ajpllinces, and my typewriter, 1 havebeen moralizing up- OD ninny things. Tint, that any one ever ihqught housekeeping monoton- Why as an occupation It le wild- ly.Ler.JUoj business poBitloat, There have made a mistake again. It ii not an occupa- The'woman who keeps bouse for her husband aud family does hot labor at all. IfIro'ii'.dpubt.UUtl statement, read bur tnd flndincs aid you will see' that 1 am right. She hut thinkVehe does; you'know. Tha law gives her'no credit for her work, or penalleei hor if she doW not work. But It ia'ot housekeeplnf and niaking as a' and not of 1U rewards (hat i am thinking today, and the reiiUrenieats for tiic- viiss. lu'that wort V Unskilled1 Labor First the homeinayler is an unskilled laborer. She scrubs, washes her dish- es, her stoves, makai Mr. S. Taylor had his tonslla re- moved In the Van Haarjem hospital Sue must be a minister of the gos- lu'Lothbrldge on Thursday last, re- pel, and may there be better turning home on 1'rlday. We wish for opportunities for teaching. The preach- 1 him a speedy recorery. er has his audience ivlth him a few Itey. S. and Pike attended the bed i, shovels coal into the furnace, hours every week when they have on' Sunday school convention in Wes'.er TSis iroulJ tD unskilled Jabcr. their Sunday clothes, and their Sunday church. Lethbridge. Thursday and Vri- 'She is a laundress, and must find minds with them. They see him as he ;dajr of last week. 'They report time for much II not all ct the family stands bcforo them after careful pre-igood time. waEhlog. Even if she does not com- paratlou. They do not see him when if. W. Roberts returned from the pete with our .Chinese friends for the he' is tending his furnace, cranking hls'chUe In the north m search of moose. entire family there are .many Pord, pr driving the cats off the back' Ha .hopes searchers will things which must not sent out of porch. Surely the mother whose reli-ihava good luck: in their hunt. .the house. -The baby's things, and KIQU wiii bear the pressure of trying! _Tu'e sidewalki on the three streeis he fanxily dannslsf and' she can do things which constantly meet her, by the council have now hese things during the spare time worth having, and such a gospel worth been completed by Mr. A. W. Thomas. which must hang her handi. preaching. She Is a dressmaker. Bat before; The Woman of No Occupation They are a dejlghtful improvement to thj. 'appearance of tho town. Slight Decline in Living S Cost MANITOBA MAN.. IS THE PRESIDENT CALGARY, Nov. The Jour wes- tern provinces were represented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Red Polled association held here last night and It was decided to adopt set stand- ards for qualification In the record of performance which will glvo the breeders au opportunity to have their cowg officially tested f6r milk aud but- ter fat under the supervision of the chief Inspector for record of perform- ance at Ottawa. This tflst will be available to breeders so soon as stand- ards are approved by tho federal de- partment of agriculture. The follow- ing ofllcers were elected: President J. McComb, Bores' ford, Man. H. Elliott, Irioa, Alia. C. the cost of (he weekly family budget Alia.; H. K. Enderby, B. ehe ca'h begin the hew clothei, .Theso are a few of the things ac- A good number ot boys gathered in Uiii laeau. ajid turn old compiisheu by Tne Of no ihe room behinil the church ou Mon- upside down and inside out: cupatlon. Many a girl prefers a post- day night to organize a Trail Ranger's if the cloth will percban'cc a little tldn in an office because housework camp.' longer it the wear comes ID new aud'bpme-uuklng Is so everlastingly 1 Mr. Venables, J.P.. was a visl- part. 5Not only thia, hilt ahe a tall-' the same; no variation. Think again, j tor. .la Lethbridg? over the or, and more. Taltora manufacture The only v.-ay in which such work Is E." Grace, principal of the new refta ont of nice new, cloth, but everlastingly the same is. that Is oh the sick list. the mat make brand new clothes for is' always something to do. What that I 11 r. Johnston who has been In tha Johnny, out of Dai'i almost worn oat something is to be at any certain-hospital 'for some days In Carman- suits: must she do; this woman, time, we houBewIvea would never ven-'gay, is now doing well. of no occupation. lure to predict. Just here comes .Inspector of Lethbridge, MoriThan a Tarlety, and the reason why home- wai a visitor In Barons on Monday of Bnt the l> ilso a mn.t making is a wildly eicltlng game.! this week. Bat ahe is also a cook.. Jhe mml may hayfl ,0 (Q i for the iirmiBr: tlie quietly darning Bucbanan who last year'was a bit of cookery and 'accomplishing the weekly.mend-; member 'of Barons schoo'l staff, re- n'f hont but the fates in of i.cently pa'iied with honors her examin- In She mult email boy or'glrl or anumber of them, atlon in philosophy. This was wit- be Uve of anv ihef In the Snd ;ml5r dected But why j ten under the auBplcea of the depart- be the equal of any cherin the land. to elpHdt Eyery mDther of ,lie ot of staple foods Is on the decline. The diagram ehows the price movement for October :and September of-this j year as compared with, that of Oc- lobor 1919 and 1914. Leslie Dllwortb, Kelowna, D. C.; Eu- gene Hursb. Macoun, Sask.; F. Crawshaw, .Macouu, J. F, lend. Muiiota. .Man.: Grant 1'aulabu- iPonoka, Alta.; W. Hol-l land, Man.; and P. tieiu, Sask.; N.S. MINERS STILL WORKING NORTH SYDNEY, X. S., Sov. (Canadian is; no change In the situatlon'as regards tbu strike of the railwaymen at the Nova Scotia Steel and ODS! company's plant at Sydney Mines. The mines are all working and all coal la moving dut steadily. Where there a Jj persistent cough or general run-down 4 condition, there Emulsion is a positive help. I dent for Bczrtca aod UO03.MC relieves at vrico and fradn- aUv beats the box QiaH'A Oluunerit.lreo H you uitiiUon.tbla pspcr nod jcnd 2c, stanjp forpo eoc. a Box, dealer! ot- Edmanaon, A Umitcd. Toronto. ing palate, cooking________ the phjilcal needs of her family, both singly and collectively.' .Her hnsband must have food sufficient that he may meet the world: with: a smile If he wlshea, and a frown If be needs. Her chlldrea moat have that suited to their different needi. Besides ncderstand catering to the slct Mn'sl know when to tempt a capricious when to insist upon total from food: She must be more than a dietician even, ahe must be a nurse Hero she begins dipping into professions. She must be not onlr a nnrso, but a doctor. She most be able to decide which aHmsiti require other atten- for the family'purse mast at all times be carefully considered She-It irJudge Then she must be a member of tie legal fraternity She is also a judge; with1 bumped heads and lacerated feel-Jon. which place he has Ings-'to "end the day. Only one'lhihg4'been'transferred, sure, .that Bomb uneipected featiirij ISr.D. Mclntqsh IB now a member will be Introduced.-, And through Jt "all'pt: the Bank staff, succcsor to this woman of no occupation, this recently left for woman on God's green earth who 'does' not labor, breathlessly manages somp way to survive. COAL COSTS MORE THAN BREAD IN VIENNA Nov. Coal here nt the equivalent of nlno cents a pound, a price higher tbe blacrat oaci1 houses in town are filling up, and it Is that in the near future" be with difficulty'dial the newcomer will find a residence. A. r.iauniber-.'bf: Barons peoplt) went out to .the sale ot Mr. Kellar's at Al bioa Ridge on Thursday, Nov. 25th! Mr. of Carmangiiy now cohdbctB Anglican sen-ices In the 'Wn Union i'church; Once in two weeks oh Sunday; afternoon. Service next Sun- other day whea the temperature sud- day, Nov. 28 at 3 pro denly dropped below freezing Cartl loads'of the brown lignite, of a very low heat value were drawn up to the' Essex county tobacco growers claim curbs of the popular streets and tha Bare about. pounds 01 fuel was sqld the pound, the ,ven-. Hurley valued at dors being equipped witli small scales.-, without 'a market. PilNCEofWALES CHEWING TOBACCO a's atanaaid since 1858 0 Doofs Opisin 8 o'CIpk I McGUIRES Price re-adjustment has only and for later ed at this tale for many SUITS Regular taken place through our enhre stock and not an article has escaped the Bargain knife. While the markets today show signs of slight decrease in deiivery--any sharp decline is not to be the fauyinp; publit cannot look for any lowering in prices such as are represent-Df IV nTAW AsMTl P ifllT11 months to come.; Business contemplations demand that we reduce our stock at once, hence the sacrifice in I llUff Alii) jAVt some SALE RUBBERIZED LIN- ED COATS Regular 'SALE SUITS Regular OVERCOATS Regular SALE OVERCOATS Regular SALE COLLARS, LINEN Odd Sizes IOC DRESS SHIRTS Up to SALE STANFIELD'S FINE RIBBED WOOL COMBINATIONS SALE WRIST GLOVES {lined) Regular SALE GREY FLANNEL SHIRTS, SEPARATE COLLAR Regular SAUE COAT SWEATERS Regular SALE OVERALLS Extra Heavy Denim Bib. SALE GEO. A. SLATER SHOES Regular FUR TRIMMED OVERCOATS Regular SALE !STANFIELD'S RED LABEL Regular SALE JERSEY PULLOVER SWEATERS Regular SALE MACKINAW COATS' Regular S9.00 CLUETT SHIRTS Regular SALE WOLSEY COMBIN- ATIONS, (yellow) Regular SALE DRESS SHOES Regular SALE' HOSSEKY Up to 90c, SALE 55c PYJAMAS Regular SALE NECKWEAR SPECIAL SALE TWO-PIECE Regular up to SALE 'RAILROAD GAUNTLET SPECIAL FINE RIB. WOOL COMBINATIONS i Regular SALE GAUNTLET MITTS (Astrachan) Regular 'SALE SUSPENDERS SPECIAL j65c GAUNTLET GLOVE (unlined) Regular SAi-E 75c Thopsariils of Bargains Not Advertised Here. See Full Page Advertisement in larsdays Paper, ODD TROUSERS Regular SALE SOFT FELT HATS Up to SALE CAPS Regular SALE i 55c l- FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS Regular SALE WRIST GLOVES (unlined) Regular 90c SALE McKelvie McGuire Largest Distributors of Men's in Southern Alberta, Third Ave. S., Uethbridge ;