Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOURTEEN f HE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER It, ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LAWS Itft. in oTRStJom or aious Address In care of Tke Herald. MH8 after mile of the coun- try tvau opened oj. and isglj- the UtUe yord onward, atttiug on aU as the ing amid scenes of wonderful and sur- jrislug beauty, again tho straight line of duty stretches uncompromis- ingly before, and we chooie but tread it. Thus sa I mused the Vord bringing us home from noli- dsviui. Away (rom tha curves and the rtstful tint impel you1 to linger aud invite your soul, back to the straight true line of duty. Back to the everlasting tbre'e meals a daj, the Ethosl probltins, lo darning tocka biding bread; back, to lue heart M'cea end the stress and strain of the great desire to do for your fellow men and fellow women some ot the thiaga which you believe tho good God niaced upon your heart to do. straight road brought cs home with a prayer In our heart that willi tho duties oi the coming year, would come strength and wisdom to foHov.' the straight road, of duty, see- ing therein not only the opportunity, but the beauty and Joy of loving ser- vice. Women Buiy Again Thus from holidaying come many women: and the activities of women In. the cities and towns is just start- ing all over our province, llow I did wish that every woman coald have bad a time of rest and this summer, the first time In my life' that I have ever taken one. 'But the woman who stayed at her post the slimmer through, will be found with nsr sisters making plans, to improve her locality, her province, Ule Domln- To the study ot particularly tfcow tc'ally ftfttet womea and children. Study them only to rind what the lawa are today, bet with i view of determining what changes would be desirable. MtMt Co-operate Thero Is no question but whit women ot this province may have any- thing for which they unitedly and tly ask. Then why, yoa say, are the livrs not more to oor desires! pSy this: (eve of ua ksoir the laws are or are wilHnB to like the ond make the effort lo consider what would be rank and of women are this whole a and while this !s the casa nothing ol any conwqueuce will be attained. We may by such methods secere a crumb here and a little there, but such "jitts" lead to conten- tion In the homo and discourage any- thing farther. Men, too, must retHie that lur U register tielr QuMtiM Box MRS. H.: li Jou will write Mrs. MrKUlop. Cal- naxr. and tell yonr juat to me, will leJl yoa wbetber cr not you entitled to 4 peadca. tow Jocks to me ]Mt the Act vai In- tesied to help. JtB. M; tt yonr wife died Intettate, tix (or to do ui to apply- to appointed idninSit-rator ot her otUlB. Tour adopted daufater is the same uader our as II bhe had beaa bora to yoe. At present sho iafcexit trota foster motlier, you iaberll ereryUsinj. If. howevtr, yunf had not died until the tlrst of Mil year, you and the foster wooM inherit UGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. OTTAWA, Sept. complete si of oftken for the three ships reeeuttti to Canada by tha Imperial overnment Is givVu beloiv. Eicept specially mentioned as being rom the royal navy, they are from he R. C. N., CrulBer Aurorn: Captain H. C. H. C. B. E K. N., in command, ineer Commander J. f. Bell. R. N. iiai'or Commander J. Elgar, R. N. Lieutenant Comniand- C. R. N. First Lieutenant Commander R. C. N. C. W. Murray, blent, D. B. Moffat, Lient J Hibbard, Sub jeut. P. G.i Hart, Sub Lieut. H. T. rant; Engineer Weut. N. C. BaUan- yne; Engineer XieuL W. S. Mor- son; Commissioneri Kngineer J. W.