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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SEPTEMBER !8, 192 ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LAWS Mrs. MvKiuney will any oiiffti AdJress IK-I ia or discussion along these lines. Tbo Heruhl. Irft tell you a slory. "Once upon a us all stories Vffin-ivro people emeietl into a iiartaersMp with- out haying all of llw terms of Uic cou- tract "written out. The so ivaules thought they knew rach oshor very well iutjeed, in fact they had lived in the same neighborhood all their and lie question of writing out a con- tract whicl vrmild at least aid in mak- ing cloar (ho duties ol each and the of the gains of (he busings whieli cai-U should leceive, never en- tered their heads. Xow one ut the r.ames was Jolni Smilh..and it so happened that just liefore this event John's brother Joseirti had gone into the meroamil-; business ta partnership with ancificr tnan. The father o( the two hoys uei't with uis eldest son to see a lawyer. and all the various terms of the con- tract were into fully to 6tc that tha sou Joseph, and tlie capital he took into the business should be fully rro- (eiiled during the lime tlie business might continue, and in tlie event of termination; and also that his i'Jdt share of any earnings the comoiny miglit make should also he protected in cither event. A Written Contract Old Lnorh- Smith, father of the youug nieii. was 'a very far-seeing wile. You Kuow that no man would isiio u contract. You have !i OIK thai father in his position of his own virtues sahl tint "he had dealt honesUy ami luiuor- iiMy all but ho did not say with ''all women." It v e had aski.-d him it he meant WOUUMI too h ould undoubteiily have With Press Delegates that bo certainly, did. "Her Husband's Old Knocli Smith his wilo bnve j bet'Q married 40 years, ilcin? a thridy j und liard working couple they during that lime acquired quite a nioo little property, worth easily Enoch curtail your eac ttrourliver tad bowfis doa't work prep e r y lake CAHIEK'S Lltlta Livery Pills today j and your answers! trouble vriU For CARTERS fBlTTUS JlVKFfc- IPILLS ot blotchy skin nothing them. Purely 5ca2.ll Pill-SmiU Dcac Frits Sept. Loyal Lodge passc'l a reii- (ihLli'.m deuiojisirutiMi iu tins oiiy by tbi> for ireUuO. if Lord MiU'Swlney of Cork dies in Tlio resolution sa.vs a meeting bt? a to iho yablic peace aad might to forcitile deai- uuslrations ef disavp'ovt-l." It was decided to sesui a delr-gattou to the mayor au.l protest wgaliist 5iich meetings held "iu this Protestant city." p mir.ns her represent i for Uio same yertoj, Tho bunie thit'i will tell of course tie true o' wages for yes. I've well. 1 came t Mr. Smith, and inrreasiugly true, for to this country ivbcn it was new, and his enrninss would be larger. I've worked hard. 'Pinelly the boys j Xow how can Mr. Smith, (and you were able to help me, and we cleart-d j know tlm Smith family is a large ones all this land of brush, and now I j fee! that he has "dealt honestly j figure there's not a man In the-prov- honorably with all men" whea he Ms ince has his farm In better shape than calmly nppropialed the results of his mine, or has livestock more fitted to! wife's Jaliors for 40 years? bis needs. Yes, I fusure I've tolerably well." Meanwhile bis palinnt tired looking wife sits with her knitting antl suiiles SHEEPMEN OF MONTANA ARRANGE WITH MILL FOR WEAVING WOOLS earnings! remintsceutly. but there is pathos in tbo law. tho smile. She could tell you of Ion? ol work of "which Farmer tiioch knows little. Ot bulter and ess money thnt paid the grocer's billp. and matTVe'said eonielJwcs by the use of son, listen to the" advice of yotu1 fath- er, and give close heed, for 1 have net lived C--5 years in this world for noth- ing; ami while 1 have lived I have seen many things. If you remember, but one bit of advice that 1 have given I you. let it he under any circumstances enter into any sort of. contract without its being written out in every detail, both as to Ihe duties and the returns due each party. It simply cannot be done without trouhlo arising. You may think that every- thing is thoroughly understood, tuLbe- fore the imtier is closed, a finest Ion will arise some and usually'a question tbat would naturally have come up in writing out the contract, "I once knew two brothers, cstrans- ed it seemed Tor life over the renting of a clover field. The agreement was oral, and the brother owning the land said he had simply rented tlie just one tbat the clover seed maturing later belonged to him- self- The brother who rented the land, said he had rented it for tbe season, ..and that the clover seed was "mistake so easily avoided H they" lied taken the (rouble to have written-'out the contract. "So take ciy-advice." said this wisfi old man to his tv--n sons, "never enter, iu'lo any sort of agreement wlt'aout -everything being not only undo-stood but written out iu detail. There-will .oven thc-u be enough estuses ol inis- And he just as .sure yo-.J not have Hie bis end of the as are lhat your bns raised In the garden that same butter and egg money could be made now and then to buy part of the family shoes. 40 years of lortag. but none the less hard service that her husband might own cue of the. best farms in the province. In Dollars and Cents Xow let us a MUJe. Can we find Uiat the wife's 40 years of hard faithful service has sny money value? Is there a market for such services? What would a fanner give today to secure the services of a woman who would work efficiently and uncom- plainingly 14, 16 aud ev IS bours a day? Would per month be too large an amount to offer such a wo- man? You may say that that amount would bo far too small now, bul years ago it would be more than double what each a woman might re- ceire. .Trne, but half the amount forty years ago would buy more laud, or horses, or cows, tlian the full am-j Ts it not lime lhat our laws pro tecLcd each individual 1ti Hie owner ship of tho results of his or her own Is It not time thai tho difilcuUies ot a husband and wife owning together, so that n real partnership j between man ant! wife would tho HELENA, Sept. wool growers through their or- ganization perfected at a meeting held here tonight a plan whereby they-.vill deliver finished blankets and cloth for men's and women's clothing, from virgin wool from Montana, to the consumer, at a price which will eliminate the multiplied profits of 200 to 300 per cent, which now prevails between the grower snd the ulti- mate consumer. A contract already been agreed upon be- tween the association and inde- wo'olen mills, making possible this far-reaching under- taking. BLUE RIBBON If you want to find out which is really the best tea in Canada, buy a package of Blue Ribbon and it won't take you long to easy and natural thins rather HUSH (ho most diPacult thing imaginable" i This From Theodore RcsscvcSt "If the average husband and wife fulfil their ''duties toward one another I LONDON PAPERS HAtSE PRICE and toward their children as Chris- Mrs. find Miss Agnes Powell, wife j nml daughter, respectively, of Dr. j 11s T. Powell, editor-in-chief of the London .Financial News. They are travelling with fir. Powell on the li perial Press Conference tour. DICKENS LANDMARK j TO BE DESTROYED hQXDOX, Aug. Dick-- ens landmark is to he destroyed, the In the wisest possible profit us nothing if we haye lost our own national soul, mid we have Ttl'osraph to C routs, the Daily News lost it if ue do not have the ques- aml Chronicle to tion of the relations of the family! put upon the proper basis." dore Roosevelt. These increases would have been Theo- i months ago, but Lord North- cltife declined to cc-oncrnte. g use DOW as a stable. The bonss was identified.by the finding of some old plans of Ber- jnondsey dated 1S55, on one oC "which was Slkes' house." AND OX-BLOOD POLISHES THE BIG VALUE BOX ____'__ Also for Black Tan and White Shoes ItHB F. F. DAUEY 'HAMILTON.'CAlG. MERE MAN, COULDN'T ATTEND, UNLESS ESCORTEU. BY A WOMAN VOTER j i SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. man, unless accompanied by a woman i "escort" was refused'admittance to-[ day to hear the address of Governor' 'i i coj paign day in the Saa Francisco day, be a very small wage for i tn j member of j MW5 ;i business woman as her husband is I u business man. and although sn-3 inlghl make sonic unwise investments. nut for any in justice'will react on the j even ts lie has a ver.v cofr In her earnings or proportion to iis importance. "Besides, 1 have raised you to be' men. Even if you couM impose upon one and secure to yourselves which really belongs to -another, it" is not worth the price. Tins way does not lead to peatBnml in en t." When you come into the autumn of 1 now you be able '.o say in 1 now 'I have