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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; OCTOBER THE DAILY HERALD PARE NWB ALBERTA WOMEN ALBERTA LAWS WeKINNEY WILL WELCOME AtlV QUESTIONS OR DIS- CUSSION ALONG THESE LI ADDRESS HER IN CASE OF THE HERALD. WINDING UP T.HE COMPANY Although, all marrUwa are supouti to to anntll "dettk Una tart." jet H IB tict ttat at doaot Tfcat IB H tke inter- ests of all coucerned should M pro- tected the bust possible manner! In any sort 'of partnership, tail in carefully; done.'. But' Igu contract jrhlcfc concerns not only the partner! themselves, but the children, odr Jaws "make very Inadequate' pro: agree with me, let us state your own proposition in another way. the wife nay marry again, and "mayv need her share of lie property to support her next family, would It not be as just to state the caie this way as the otherl" '--'I This was met by a stony silence through which the masculine disap- proval and feminine enjoyment fairly (hooted for 'expression. of the' family. Injakflrt, Judging from onr we would think; that It. waa the men wbo "needed: the.' protection? come 'whit 'nay'' to ttV rest of tin fan By: .Noif the' marriage relation eilsta for the children, therefore in a separ- tion, -of? ho the fir at thought, f iVhoever ay, bV responsible the- condition J'Bnt we have aSImony in tils coun-_ one r man'; ventured. Is a ninci wiser dividing the property.' -Women '.pre r'not used to much the woman .who Is guilty of adultery? Would you; give her half the Joint earnings of herself and husband t" "I believe women would be content with that law worded any way that la satisfactory to men, with this con- dltlon; that the iaw would retd the same It husband la substituted, tor wife and wife for husband, and the meaning of the law still the same. lu other words, It you wish to give the entire property to the man when his wife guilty 6f that crime, then give the whole property to the wife when the husband Is- One more clause I would add, that It shall be just as easy to. convict a man -of the crime as to convict a woman. At present le man guilty ot adultery usually ets hls'lnnqncent wife's earnings. re you amazed that' I ask justice the guilty wife? Is 'the rimlnal who is stripped of his estate? irery criminal finds his estato wait- for him when he returns from irlibn.' Where'hayo you any pre- edent for robbing a woman guilty" ol dultery. ot her earnings, other than he precedent of robbing all women cari ing property; It is" much er: 'all with man1, used to it, jlieri; make him: give a mbnth for the support of his family. This leayea her theYcare. of the-prope'rtyi'ahd "free' her- self to her famUy, and; at the Baino time aijures 'her ;bf with which convincing speech ho reBomerl San half ol the }olnt estate, or eVsonal estate of I re may, 6i affairs .which lead to a "separation; the children'are not.', i; innocent sufferers. They have a'right there'la'no to two parents, they need two parents, but they-can have but one. Now In the interests ot the child- ren, what be' th'e issue In de- ciding which" parent should have their care and Straining! Should, not: the only question'b'e' which parent is best qualified to raise them., to .become good But" Is'that the only question affect- Ing the Judge's decision? r. It Certain- ly Is not.'.and It> donbttal.lf even the most important: question as our laws-today regard rthe-question. Bicep't inJ a-very brazen'.case, the childrenwill be given to the who has the means-'- of j supporting 'eptirse .that tho father, unless.the in- herited money, kept'it ln: her own iot Joining" "with her huBb'ana. So it Is usually the case that, although the wife-has isecnred a divorce on the and the'- children, would be he hu the means of snpnoiiing th'em. A. frerntum'''oil property, or the property Is sufficient, alimony1 may b'o necessary; but to 'make it an ex- cuse for giving the earnings ot the wife to the husband Is 'adding insuil to injury. Has the wife no right of choice as to whetber she would rather iave her 'own earnings :or alimohyl Woman Is now a and you w II! see that she wIJI coon. have, a right; of :cholce. and not .take rthV iecisJons if her tb.'.be.'ijait.', 1 The" more selfish JtKe man, the more likely ho :'to' to get the .children. II he had been just, and pttf a jfnt'shars in'his wife's she vfould have an equal chance .with him to be given the 'cBlldren. '.V And alimony Is what you clalinlfor it. soon de- cide it is .not convenient for" him to pay It, and It is usually easy to-flni a; ineans of -avoiding payment Or h'e.wtu marry again.-'as the tirat party sajgejted, and 'use. his first wife's money. to provide. for second family his fifst'-wite" to scralcl along >3 if. best sb e ca n: A ju d ge w II reduce "his b 'cBlldren. _ So It la seen .the? wonderful tl that a' selfish' husband can eld "over, bis helpless ;wife. The en- snch; circumstances. Judge knows how III lie alimon; Is worth, 'and he williBeidbm' give .1 child to, the mother, o'n the slrengtl of. that alqne.'-If a mother really want her chlldrep, presentlher cas to: the judge to: show that' she ca provide forj them otherwise' than at and I have ho' in OK regard for t than judges do. If the gentleman claims it surely the. man would! be glad. to get. off with di- viding his proper his: tw.ife, f-.thelr moro point. I suggested that ho Immorality of flie'men less ob- ectionabla than t'.'the'wonian? _. Just how to lengthy loiter, with all its and I certainly would not the responsi- bility of at the coming plebiscite: '1 agree with all that you say regarding the clcuC- ing of the issue, and I .will go you a step further jrjd'say, Ibat It this matter had-been'managed by women In Juil 'he Sam? way as It has been managed ''by it -would'.be proc' Incapable ot ma'naRlng public' I has purposely it might have been piit to be clear, to that-all1 would know theiiresults'" ahd.-i! the -it is at present Judgo have power to give .to the. par- nt to whom he -gives "children more really hink, 'too, that it neither parent is be a properj person ;to raise thi children, afcd the court eras Tit o; take them away f torn both; that is should also have power to take any or. all of tho. property of both larents, to he used for the raisins of he children. Why ls.it considered such a small thing to taka the'children and such a dreadful thing to take iroperty away from a. man -or a voman? "Oiir Infants' Act, as .amended hy our last' Legislature, is supposed to give the mother equal rights to their chiidren. .have shown that-thia-cannot-bei.dpn'e In a separation 'unless the wife Is protected in her earnings during Bnt'- the Act .itself slates, 'that no acce_ss_ltb ofc Cjistody" of a child shall be granted to a mother.con- victed .In tbe-Bjll.be- loro-itLpassed the. Assembly the word written into the'.wordlng beforeithat of "mother." .When the Bill "was finally passed- ;the -wort 'father1' was stricken' but, and this was "that 'the: father EhaV have no fights'whatever to: the chili riot.-po'ssessed'by the as may granted by the courti" and you call that .giving equal'fights' to the: mb thbr. "pray., tell j is not our provin.ciaJClaws that you are objecting to, so as the manner In which they" hare teen administered. That Is the way many people feel, aud the reason .that. Is be- ing taken. As I'stated befpre: in this column, he Dominion govern'ment has con- rol of the transpqrtatibn, the riterprovinclal The provin- cial government controls the-manher of being 'sold with'in the province This makes a divided authority. It you can imagine'a family wherein the mother says, "the children shall .have only as much candy ,'as. Is good for but right rou may regSiUite Kbw" much they may but I Insist that- you shall no lave-the right to tkeep; candy out he house. I govern thai and I shall allow an unlimited amoun1 n the house at all times, but you may restrict the amount they may -cat, and how'they, shalheat.itfand when.' Now that is tlifi-condition under which wo Uave The DominibntjBpvernment wouli allow the provincial! gov6rnmeiit le say how inuch.vaBjiih'qw-tho pedpl should bu.tSwould not allow the provincial- govifnmebt to limit ir any manner 'the'amounl.'lhat migh much' .the 'obtain i a tartify. of j children" .bad lot s o candy right'befpreUhelr eyes, vrhict they-''we'ro fforbiddEn eat. The would eat it Ion the It to eac other; and-do'all rfanner of forbl den things.' -'That is jdstltha" resu.lt that you ai .ia.mentiiig4: It .'5-. that mus tire earnings of the two-belong to him His wife' must prove cruelty and adultery against him very, very conclusively to get XdiTprce, and even then" she'-must .IWB with, him her life-tirde earnings; aid the children.''-Atlthe same: time, he can prove'adultery.'SEainst.her much fore easily and set her .adrifUhUdleai and "What remedy wonld you suggest, a mati ventured to a statement such' as given abbva "I have no-cureajl, but It seenii to me utter folly to which bid for selfishness and Immoral- ity on the. part of the husband." We may by such measures'keep famlliea together, but at what a coat to the poor mother, and with what lessons, learned children.. Would not common sense-suggest an equal divi- sion of the property, and equal proof to convict either'man or woman? Thft justicei would often prevent a avoiding the causes ot friction in the first place. It. would also .enable the judge to give the children'to whichever parentine felt >as the1 best qualified to raise "You think-then is given the children, that she ehould have "Gness the speaker eug- -given the, ehlldrea think that he should to given just half at tho werit, ronnd at that, and the questioner admitted that the parent to whom the children are given should also have more than half of the prop- more than thaV continued. "If titter hutband or wlfft, has property other than Joint property the joint property is tot sufHo-. lent toi properly ehlldren do you not think that the personal property oi. the other, parent, ahoald be glfen 'to'the parent to whom the judge gives the This evidently met.by a (rnes- tlon In the minds of many. "But the -man marry again, and will need this property to support kls other one man ventured. and the-best argument yon could advance against him. keep-, ing it; He should be made to fu 111 hta contract to provide for his fore'ho Is allowed to on anbther such bhllgaliin. It li just becanse he may, do do (his Tery thing that the division of property should be.made Sin, and .-not wait until furthor'com- plications Or, if yon still dig- rather thanf saddling himself Tvjth this payment If he knew, it must continue' during his wife's lifetime." Palsoa "to tha srstMi pains, idm iiri sUHmu. -The poisons an tvteMr rmiontf bj uu of mixj-Unr One pill a JOM. 25e- a kpi, tHdMlMV obtain under divided authority. At long as the provincial government can; not prevent the shipment of liquors. Into our province, we will have just this sort al affairs. That IB just >by plebiscite; given us. -The questIon really etnuld be. "Do jrbii want your provincial government to hive thopowerMo pre- vent the shipment of liquors Into ypur province lor beverage That the real''quesllpji, >t Tbe the qiiestlon is stated li his." Shall Ibo Importation of tntoxl; ting liquors Into the Province'- be orbldden? No." It you mafie rosa there, 11 means that you'furor ils dlrlded authority. It'means that Ithough our province may still pass aws regulating the. drinking of II- uors, we will be powerless to keep ie stuff 'It can shipped In, D any and all quantities be continuation ot present conditions nly moro ao.; "Shall'the Importation? and the ringing of, intoxicating liquors into he Province be' Yes." The question la elated twice on the 'iallot you will vote, and you aake your cross after the" statemeiit 'ou fayor. you make y.ourv.crpss after the It will wish tbe province r to have the fight 0 keep kind of liquors (for leverige th at cannot l6gal 1 be sold here. -At present; 3 pe.r cent "beer can-be legally sold-'there, herefore, 3 per cenC'beer andlpnly bat could be shipped In (it cllo t If however the., sontlment of this province should, change, and our laws should-be that all sorts of liquor'could bovsold berey :theu all sorts; 'of .liquor- could'be. "shipped In So ypii'see this plebiscite is to permit the province to keep out all that can- not be legally 'sold here. It puts the whole thing tip to the province: The plebiscite does not In any way effect liquors' .for medical, al or manufacturing purposes- It only affects liquors for beverage purposes. not the .only one who is disgusted prescription, meth- The doctors the. satne opinion.' Tiers'is no question but the prescription business Is the place where the people of this province will insist that the aie shall first be ap- plied; plebiscite carries ''yes" onr .legislature wi" have power to wield the aie effectively, and. the law making body that does not listen to th'e voice'of the people, is committing AUCTION FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSE- HOIJ) FURNITURE ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER AT VILLAGE OF CHIN One Pedigree Clydesdale Stallion 15 head Honwi: one Cow two Cowa (fmh In a fmr GEO.PORTER, AUCTIONEER Street South, 1692. A. N, C. A. TOWRISS, Clerk. 'r ADMINISTRATRIX AUCTION SALE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 1920 TEN O'CLOCK, A.M. TWO MILES EAST OF GRASSY LAKE Farm Stock, Implements and Household Furniture 26 head of Horses, 9 head of Cattle, fresh, 6 store Hogs. GEO. P. PORTER, AUCTIONEER. 327 11th Street South, 1892 MRS, ELLA OOMUfiAO, Administratrix H..J. SCOTT, Clerk FARM HAVING RECEIVEP; .FARMING CO., LTD., I WILL SELL-BY, PUBL ATiTHEIR FARM, ON TUESDAYS f 30 Head of Cattle, consisting of young cows, helfersfand calves; 10 Head of GeldinKS. heavy stock, ages 10 1' mare with colt at foot; B Head of Colts.- (These are ally 10 large Hogs; HcCcSrmick Bindor 2' 1 McCormicki Rake; 3 Discs; Brunt "Press John Deere Gang'Plow 12; 1 Jolin rDeero .Gang Plow 14; 2 Wagoha'with Grain-Tanks; 3 with Hay will It. Dii- jrour month when the Racks- i Packer; 2 Drags; 1 Fanning.Mill; 1 Gaeolir.o 114 h.p., with Pump Jack; 9 Sets Heavy Work Harness., r ..v M FORD CAR, 11918 MODEL! ;f A oreat quantity of small articles too Sale starts-at 10 a.m. NOON.. TERMS CASH NO 'RESERVE CO, LTD., Per F. :A. Lind, PETER LAVALLEY, Auctioneer, Care of powsley-Lahd Agency, Lethbrldge SALE Qf HiEREFORDS Household Furniture Having recisived from Mr. E.'H- who has'sold his tarni, we will sell by Public Auction on his farm, Sec.l, Tp. 36, R. 2, west 12 miles west of Innisfail; cars will meet as follows: i3O HEAD REGISTERED HEREFORDS 4 Yearling Bulls; four-year-old Bull, "Royal Fairfax" 20880; 12 Cows; 4 Yearling Heifers; 9 Purebred AUCTION SALE i FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON SECTIONS 24 AND S3, TP. 3, ROE. 24, BEING 4 MILES SOUTH OF NORTH OF WOOLFORD, s MILES EAST OF CARD8TON, 7AND 11 MILES WEST AND SOUTH OF SPRING THE PHOPERTY OF F. A. ELLIOTT. VON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH COMMENCINO ATiONE O'CLOCK '27 Held i ftw. flrtt tlMi.-Mllk Cowa; Enilnt; of few of _ All mint abiilutely no reterve, owner li giving famine. TERMS CASH. PETER LaVALLEY, A f AUtI f _ v Farm Stock, Implements and Household Goods WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. AT THE FARM OF JOSEPH RI8HEL, N.E. 14 OF SEC. MILES DUE EASt OF ETZIKOM i SATURDAYrpOBER 23 COMMENC'lNG 1 O'CLOtK SHARP HORSES--AU High Grade PercKerons Gray Percberon stud, 13 years old, weight well- broken; gray rrare, 8 years old, ibs.; gray-mare..? years old, ibs.; teattj gray marea, G years, Ibs.; learn brown geld- ings, rising 4 rears, Ibs.j gray mafp, 5 years old, Ibs.; gray gelding, fV years Ibs.j gray marc, 8 years old, Ibs.; brown ware, 8 Ibs'.; gray 4 years, Ibs.; black'getting, rising 3 years, brown flllloB, rising 3 yearti, Ibs.; two 2-year-olds; 1 One cow, 6 years old; 1 heifer, 2'years old; Deerlng binder; MoCormlck mower; Deerlng hay rake; John neefe Plow; sulky plow; heavy auyll, band-blower with drill nnd an abunaanco of hand and carpenter tools; 1-brcaker, steel draE, new wooden draBlMWoot grain drill; 2Vi h.p. Mart Sh.iploy Mulr gas engine; cream separator; Old Hickory wagon; buggy; gnlvnnlzed stool tank; washing'machine, nearly new; "Homo Com- fort" stove; double disc; 4 sets harness; set heavy harness, nearly now; 2 sets breeching harness; 1 set plow harness; 2 wool mat- tresses, now; 1 Ostermoor mattress, new: 3 new Kant-Sag bed springs; 3 iron bedsteads; .cupboard; 2 dressers, extension tabloj and o I her articles too numerous .to mention. TERMS: 25 per eenS. 12 months credit on ap- proved Joint notes or bankable paper with 8 par cent, on all credit amounts, or for cash on all credit No reterve. Free iancrr.at noon. C.G.DENTON, Proprietor, J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. Canadian National Records Canadian" Hereford Breeders' Association Certified .Copy of Pedigree; Re- corded in tho .Canadian .Here- ford Herd Book., Willow- Spring'. Cherry, 17515, Female Calved April 1st, 1913, bred by Frank Al- berta, :V 11307. Minister, 7113; dam, Spot'4tb; 11306.' Dam, Kenswick Lavender 3rd, '''.'f Sire. PeerlCBS Briton 2nd, 1 2705; dam, Kcriswick Lavender (imp) 320S., This Is to certify that tho abore pedlgteo has ed in'volume S. Approved: T. H. Mason, for SHnlster ot Agriculture; A. n. Ottawa, Canada, Jan. IS, 1915. 55 HEAD OF GRADE CATTLE 13 head of choice Dairy and Stock Cows. 16 head of two year old Steers and.Heifers. li yearling Steers and Heifers. 3 Grade Calves. 25 HEAD OF HORSES Team of purebred Clyde Mares, 8 ond 9 years, 1800 pounds, each. Matched UamV Mare and 5 and s years, 1350. pound a each: Team, Mare and 4 years old, 1400 Ibs. Bsy team, Hare and Gelding, 9 years' old, 1SBO pounds each. Team' Black and 3 years old, 1300 Ibs. Team of Oeidlngs, agod, 1350 ibs. each. Buckskin Gelding, 5 years old, 1400 Grey Maro, 4 years old, 1400 Ibs. Bay. Mare, 3 years, old, 1200 Oeldlne, 7 years old, 1500 Ibs. Tfro rhlng S'year old Colls; 3 rislny 2 year old Colls; Mare with Colt at foot; good Saddle Horse, 6 years old. FARM IMPLEMENTS, MaBSoy-Harrfs blnder.S ft. cut; 2 mowers; 2 hay rahes, 10 ft.! hay loader; 2 Vnn Brant double disc press and drills; new Massey-Harris land packer, 15 fu; H.ln. Oreat West gang plow, stiibblb and breaker Canadian National Records Canadian Hereford Breeders' Association- Certified Copy ot Pedigree He- corded in the Canadian Here- ford Herd Book, Royal Fairfax, 20880, Male Calved January' 16th, 19JS, bred by Lv O. Clifford, Ostawa, Ont. :Sire, Alvln Falrfai, 162SO. Fairfax 10714; dani; Joan, 16265. Dam, Miss Brae 26th, 9975. Bofmie Brae 3rd, '7497; dfim, Tn'illght, 9970. Tills is to certify thai the' above pedigree has been record-, ed in volume 9. Approved1 T. H 'Mason, ,f6f Minister ot Agriculture; R Dawson, Begistrar. Ottawa, Canada, June Canadian National Records Canadian Hereford Association Certified Copy'oi Pedigree Ra-, corded in trie Canadian Herd Book. .Redbird, 13073, Female Culvei April.30th, 1912, bred by John MUnsrton, Ai- berla Sire, Dude 4th, 10603' Sire, Dude 3rd, 3503; dam, Peerless Violet, 4059. Dam, Lad; Bird Briton 5tb, 'r Sir'o, Bold 2472; dam, Lady Bird very mush by being prompt H on tho hour .let starling; an early ttart rrjeani a good ffritth. Came early and beat choice, PAISLEY V-v E.H.TRACHT AUCTIONEERS ;