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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAilA' HERALD ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LA WS MRS, WcKINNEY WILL WELCOME ANY QUESTIONS" OR DIS- CUSStON ALONG THESE LINES. 'ADDRESS HER IN CARE OF THE HERALD. Travelling With I Liberal Leader Questions. olbonvlso. ;rJtv ihc tiling (fttu.'.LU i i H 15 the ititeuUoii uf writer ot uni then liy r this colutbu U; elvu soaiv qaesiU'riP. jieek- ro to it' thai he ['f .both wise an j" otter lure j urits tor Ms family living au JbsrfiH askix! me various of LO; rvb item uf I both men Sumo ct ilitm j MMI Nou- tlvlitj, luay IK; yi1 interest ta c-tiftr. auti tomj vuimtu conlru! her ov.-u tbo reaL'LCS'i j fitd i.n-.7'Lb sehpir.e ol lUusy. HII Uon upon the subject oi not only j if wu tliousht vliat this Mor women, but lor mea 3? Trril. j wuiiK! ha-. will be as suli no t'r-ifc Out tj our :ui-l IK'! jcuts rather thaa as tc ami ngia lo ry hit tbst we could fi M'he answers Lave in heca ejifcrjjed upbe, b'tt cit? "y the us This will taku up UIB righifi cs to properly jaftelinjr and next v.-efk tbc motions asked sub- ject at ft mteting of botb men auj wo- Wagc Scale in Canadian Press. Service Equalised Through- I out .System j I new ieu _ .Thck t first it, d The Woman's View Point "Should a. iuairietf hare ab- solute control of own .Beaker asked in a meet- This js a question your scribe and, farsrlaftly brings this result, a vigorous of the head liy most ct thote present, finally a '4uesUonftiV louif'lh'd ttunribet (if eyes, tint not uutil after romo woman lias tbtnt sbc ehop'd." suggests .the spc-aker. aii' vrho Old cot coJ la the is hardly fair is is 11 Uo to Lave oi. "But he dots the first Tomati ubjotted... "Nut the, speaker "He cannot sell the liomeftead rrithout his Ciinseut. End cannot b? aira more than tiiirdg- from her ic there arc jf one find one ceni if there arc iiu chlW- ren; Itot he can" give everj- cent awaT while He fa'Jlrtug'except the hcmcsLeaJ. Nov." do you ihink tho hue-1 bo allcwcd more or less freedom in disposing of his cstale? caruc. the chorus. "Then is U playing the game lo ask "tiial the wife ehall have absolulo covering at least Ihe neit >ear ajrl to 1 Jasl. up iLu i'a-i- .-.Oua-Press, und Us press the Jailer aaviiis ihe ou- dyrsattcii of rnaiioual yrcsi- (i-nl. flCSfOC H. ThO i. ite sysloiti ou the basis of week for day line operator.-: and Jli> jier weev for liae witli i more in eucli case, for bureau i-n-.tors. This satisfactory suluiioii of ;a dispute that at times was atutij j was brought about largely through the i efforts of the board oi i-nmiiliatlnu. i over by Juiipe Giinn ot Otta- j tho younsor French-Canadians. E. Norman for tlin SATURDAY, High Taxes Responsible for the to Invest in Canada mpany, and OavUl Campbell for tuo co rnon. Application for this board was OTTAWA. Sept. 25. iCtussilEan are hundreds of tbou- saudd of pounds of British capital be- ing ht'Ici fatorable tles for invcEtmaut In Cnanua. and thew funds seat across the At [Untie as soon ai tho exchange prob- Las riglited itself sufficiently to aupeAl to liritlsli fuvestors, act'ordSiip -to'J. A. Uobb, M.P. for Huntingdon. I Quebec, has recently returned I from a to Britain. The high taxes bclitg placed on capital ia j Uritain are responsible for the desire Me-oibB- lor Oii-ilinc tiisL is nne ot i to iuvefit In Canada, Mr. Kobb stated. j adding that it would be ncesBary for Canada lo exercise caution ERNEST LAPOINTE, lias to tie front in re- cent years. He er-teri'J parliament as member for la 1SCH. ID submit their case to it. ......_. fccltj in Turosto Scptviuwci i "Kich bwu an interc-st :v was reacheil j came ihe answer.- "pou .v.-orklus'cohdilioas, i 'Is tbai uot jusiice between a I NVasreemeiit_beiiiK possible on the j __ t cuuvaicvi uv i niiu University..Mr. Lnpotnt! is a sue- i5 attornty and crown prosecutor (or Kamourasin. mail anil siwaker.': "U surely is. but luru work it asked luOy. The Dawcr Right "A (ull duwnr right, each in ail real U you u-'t'rfi [rc'Tfl Plntl TVJ- HoH rtllll lilt: ills I JsjO a'lVeek to everv oper- i f is and 'orcMc and lator In [ho ssrvlco and Mr. Norman I are ant and some- Smith accepted this on behalf ot tho humorous. political judg. company. resultant i-eoklv wage ls The wcsl ivill find hn him one of the reprcsenlativcs being as fellows: man of frata from [jonaltzlog and ro- investors too heavily by war of taxes which could be avoided, Olherwiee, ho thought, in- vestors would be driven to seek othor investment, fields. in LUC Udiiiij UL LUU (JUltT .VuulU f i protect Mix botb Jive and live ni? ,J together, and would give t-iem KEEP A SEALSKIN FAMILY ON A MUSKRAT INCOME .OMAHA, Neb. Retirement of preachers from the ministry because their pay Is poor was deplored by Bishop W. P. .McDowell of Washing- C-. addressing a conference of Methodist ministers of Nebraska hore recentijv HUhon McDowell said ho had'heard one minister say he was retiring because he could not "keep a sealpkln family on a muskrat In- and declared that too many were getting out of the mluis-lry for that reason. CLAIM 5000 RETURNED 'MEN ARE OUT OF WORK TORONTO, Sept. sold- iers1 emptoyment bureau, maimg- 'ed by mttv Is wanted by the G. W. V. A. in this city and made to Premier Drury and Hon. Walter Rollc, minister of labor, here terday afternoon by reprecenta- tive? of the district command G. W. V. A. The ministers were In- formed by the deputation that there were five thousand return- .ed.men_out of work here. Warning Against 0 verconfidence By The Presbyterians Mustn't Overesdmate Strength of the Prohibition Sentiment TOHONTO, Seijt. warning to mtnlstcrB ana people ajalnst the dau- gpr: of over-esUmstlns the strength o( the prohibition ssatimint, aod uu- the influence and powor of Corcos supporting the liquor traiuc ia connuctlon with tho refer- cnii-jm that' be taken, was given here yeeterrtsy in the form of a reso- lution passed by the eiecutbe of the home ulEEloaB-and social Een-Ico ot llie Preiibjterlan church. The Kame bcdy on record as strongly diMppforing ot the Domin- ion government in any way being identified business of race- track betting by attempting to regu- late the evil'aiia concluding as fol- lows: MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative istcad or vohfllcltng intercEts. Tba'. irill mean that neither one can sell real eatclo without the signature the oVnep. At first glance it miKht not appear that thla would make a Terv great but it would. It would mean co-opemtiun between husband and wife which cur present laws ijis- courage. Line operators: Maritime division, I 1S12.00; night; Ontario and Quebec I dlrislon, ?46.CO day; f 17.00 i nighl. I On behalf thrf men. Mr. Camii- bell filed a minority reyort affirming the original demands of the meii. A vote was taken by tlio inen which resulted 5u the overwhelming rejec- tion of tbe and the t "The executive would re-affirm its former position: Thai the business 1 ct racetrack betting should bo made a i criminal offence !n' Canada." Accept for the name CtUorafo oa the package, thea jojf child Iz horiug best 'and most liarnilesa physic Ipf. Ifee atopiwev liver and boSels. Cklldren in' uaje. hcttle- You muil ,.uy Advertisement.--. .Tiro ne got rant Jor Ecraiw Bkla Itrttt- tLOOl 11 Ij-t OQC4 >rni heila the lite Cbau's OtQUueot 1m U yoo ewottoa thU paper and seed ax Etarcp Ladies Let Cuticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and Yotmd "At prewat uur law, encourase a tho oriElnar de man-to hold Cvootlliug his own WJo! The men claimed that their chlof nh- was the riiscriminalton W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer, announces the followina AUCTION SALES ly to glvft her any. Our laws alsn dls- courage buying of iiroperty in bolh names, making a conirllcateil sit- uatteii In the event of the death of either. of these conditions would disappear.h'y a full dower law." "But you are dealing only with real objected uno woman, "how about live stock, mortgages, stocks aud "The full dower .would not be tween tlie wage allotted be- operators of the maritime division and. those of other divisions. The company thercui'on eijualir.e the wage I from coast to coast on the basis of the total IP. v.'agc provided 1 under tbe majority award. This he- j ing refused the company -offered thai representatives of the men Ibeir' choice of either bringing the maritime wage up to one dollar of tbe Ontario tho Bjicnker agreed, "but it Quebec wage, .or else of cqnaliz- 1 I'.'oiuu a great help even to tho wo- 1 Ing the wage throughout on tlio basia niiiu ivliose Uusbanil invests ia proper- i of the .Ontario and Quebec wage: Tho ty other than real estate. If it wcro j committee decided they would put the rccujnkcd that the wife lias an cirual wilh her husband tr> tile Joint eslr.te, wo will.all perforce chance our attitude of mind. Men will feel not that this Is "my but that it is "our money." and In the interests ot the borne it is this changed attitude or-rnlnd-tnct we are seeking. We know that mon sometimes are bullies ami Umt women are sometimes wives. IB net this a sure onlcrowth o! present laws ami The true foundation fcr a hapnv brane-is In: "A love lliut soys noi mine and thine" Hilt "ours" for onrs'is thine and mine not the sentiment here e.x- pressed be more likely to DO perman- ent if the condition stated were a truth and not a misrepresentation." ESTIMATE PROFITS IN ILLICIT LIQUOR TUADE AT HUNDRED MILLIONS; UETK.01T, Mich.-pTofits running into millions of dollars will be takoii I rum runners operating between vole, but it -large ma- latter ta n was again rejected by Jority. I The company refusing to give any further concessions, a strike vote was taken yesterday, with (lie result that the committee -was authorized to con- clude the agreement on offer of the company. This provides for an increase over the majoriiy award of three'dollars each tri eigbt operators of the maritime division and a decrease of one dollor'cach for 13 operators ot tho western division. Kighty-scvon men in all were involved from Sydney, C.H., 'o Victoria, B.C. AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK, MACHINERY AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE The undersigned, acting miOcr instructions from JOE FRANKEN, will sell by public' auction at the PORTEOUS SALE BARN, TABER. AT ONE O'CLOCK f ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH the follov.-jng: 1 Bay Gelding, 10 years. 1500 Ibs; 1 Day Goluu years, 1DOG Ibs.: 1 Sorrel Mare, 9 years, 1-100 Ibs., colt at sld sorrel gelding, 5 years, UOO Ibs.; I Bay fielding, 10'years, 1400 1 Bay (iclding, a yeara, 1350 Ibs.: 1 Bay Jlsrc, B years, 1160 1U., j. Black Mare. 7 years. 1150 Ibs.; 1 Bay Mare, 11 years, 1100 Ibs., colt at side; 1 Hay Uelding, 5 yeara, 1100 Ibs.; 1 Bay Mare, years, (lOO Ibs.; 1 Ulack Gelding, 5 yoars, 1000 Ibs.; 1 Hay Mare, S years, 1100 Ibs., colt at side; 1 llay Gelding, 3 years, 10SO Ibs.; 1 Bay Gelding, 3 years, 1000 Ibs.j 1 .Bay Mare, 3 years. 1050 Ibs.; 1 Ulnck Gelding, 2 years; 1 fioan Gelding, year; 1 Brown Mare, 1 year; 2 Mlllr COKE 1 Steer; 1 Bnin Yv'cjjon with triple bos; 1 Oultbrow Disc 1 liithrow Disc; 1 12-in. Oliver Gang Plow; 1 Douhlo Disc Press Drill 1 Set Harrows; 1 Massey-Harris Mower; 1 Set Iloh Sleigbs 1 Hay Hack; S Sets Fane Harness; 1 12-in .Cockshutt Gang Plow 1 Decring Disc; 1 Saddle. Also a complete outfit ot Household Furni- ture including 1 Motor Washing Machine. Furniture, Machinery and Cattle, Cash. Horses. Half Cash, balance time to October 12, 1921, on approved security. 10 per cent.' discount on tinio amounts for cash, and 10 per cent, interest. E. B. W. A. PORTEOUS, f erk- g Auctionec'. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND IMPLEMENTS AT PORTEOUS TAINTER SALE BARN, TABER ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5TH 'f. THE FOLLOWING: 25 HEAD OF HORSES-2 old Mares, 10 and' il'.'yum] coils at at rool "t C0lt Bt Side; l M'ro 4 at foot i ipv Mare, 4 years, colt at loot; 1 bay Geldlbg, T yeitf-' 1 _grey Gelding, 5 years; 1 Mule, 10 years; 2 bay Mares, 4 years; 1 Hay Mere, 3 years; 1 grey Gelding, 3 years; 1 bay'Gelding, 3 years- S c Mares; 3 1 Saddle Horse, broke to'ride llorsea knows as Charllo Collett horses, conceded by all good horse-' men to be the besi hi the Taber district. :-IMPLEMENTS, new 1920 Deering Binder; 1 Kentucky IS riin attachments; rBmereon 10-ft aiglne Disc; 7 aets Hamesii and Collars; 1 fi-section steel Harrow and Cart- 2 S-horsa 4-horse iltches; 1 new 3y Steel Skein Weber Wagon and Tank; 1 Bundle Hack and' Wagon; ,1 Triple Bed Box Other articles too numerous to mention. SALE AT 1 CASH E..B. TAINTER, Cl.rk Vf. A. PORTEOUS, Illinois Central on figures by American and" Canadian revenue_.. officers. In some quarters the eslimatss of profit from illicit liquor Kales run as high as 000 000 for the present year. CHICAGO, Sept. and 1'Obt olfire today were check-1 ing up records to determine tho, registered mail taken from! northbound Illinois Centra! train No. 3J known tho New Orleans Limited, Stories of fortunes made over nieh' I heltl "p lasl hy -inrT nt f >l-r and of scores of liquor rings ranginn In SLZC and operations from groups of .-anadtan farmer boys who buy and whiskey by the quart to "liquor bantlits. win) j-.aii-. mates placed (lie value of mail taken! from six packs, at from a thous-! brokers' whose sales arc measured terms of boat loads, arc belns beard nloiiK bnlh pujr-s of the intcrnatlonnl Imniidarj- between .Mlclilgan nnd On- tario. Prohibition onforcetnent 'agents arc greatly, by ot motor boats. It said In be practically iro- to catch wiiUtey Bnnii-Vlhig fast craft. woman, nn'rt everyone present agreed .with her. 'Then yon think that we women have carried our ciicrificlnt; too far for tlie good of tho nakeil Ihe MINNESOTA'S CROP IS speaker. HEAVIER THAN 1819 "We certainly agreed the rEROUS TAM.S. Mlmnj. sola's 11120 crop uromlscs to exceed that of last year by ncnrly half a mil- lion bllshclH, according lo tlio dollars to The bamJIts boarded the train at' Tucker, Illinois. milts south of Chicago, when It stopped on a Mod: signal, entered Hie mall coach, bound tho five clerks ami almost Into Hlver.i-jlo. jnsl oiiti'lds thn city. There they pulled tho bell cord, slop- ping (he train, ami Icapcil nff. CHICAGO DOCTOB BOASTS OF PRESCRIPTIOM RECORD womin. "Then on this point we are ,-igrc-ed. tho speaker continued, "it is not for p'lhe good of, the homo that any mnm- fei- in It suffer Injustice. Thfs point nuLlled, let us endeavor to decide what ftg justice. Our laws and our customs Jbdr.y recognize the "joint property" Jfcts the ''husband's estate." Our laws Ooes Your Hair Fall Out Stop It! How? of Pan! II. Klrli, stale nsrlcnltiiral j'tatktlclan fur tho fedr.rnl agrii-'llluire. based mi ronrlltluns mi August 1. A probable crop nt 3.303-i "HO iiiirhels Is Indicated. PROOF" WOOD ALCOHOL Delrr.ay's French Hair Tonic will the hair from falling. It removes dandruff and makes the hair look healthy. Belmay's French Hair Tonic Is a food for tho hair, It nourishes the roots, and Is a daintily dressing. Girls must havo nice look- Ing hair to be beautiful. Men must keep the hair in a healthy condition, Delmay's Hair Tonic Is sold by one druggist in every town. J'rlco, K bottle. f., S. Jackson.' Prescription Specialist, i'ioac, HS4, opposite Silver-Grill, ff r.. NEW YORK, proof wood alcohol miy be the latest achievement cf :-cionce. Chemists he-re arc experimenting a formula hliherto linkiuran lo the ii-al to make [his liquid menl, prove successful the alcohol will retain its normal finalities and drinking will not bo fatal. CHICAGO. Ontario doctors who have been suffering from writer's cramp writing out pre- scriptions still have Jong way to go to equal the rec.ord of Dr. M. M. Fzth of this city When ar- raiflned before prohibition officers to Rhow C.1US2 his permit to write liquor prescriptions should not be revoked, tic declared he had written 700 prescriptions In four days and that on one record1- breaking day he achieved a grant! lolal of 308. He started at 7 o'clock In the morning ahd was so busy he had no time to take lunch. His averaje fee was a pint. AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY The undersigned, acting under instructions from R. H. TERBEE, win self by pnttll. auction on the QUAR- TER OF 3-10-18, 4 rnKes north and 2 miles west of Neidpath, ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2ND The following: 1 Gelding, 10 yeara, 1600 Ibs.; 1 Gelding. 0 ycj Ibs.; 1 Marc, 10 years. UOO ihs.; I Gelding, 10 years. 1250 U. I CcldiriK, 10 years, 1050 Ibs.; S Milk Cows; G Steers; 5 Yearl Heifers; 1 2-year-old Heifer; 1 2-year-old Steer; 1 Dominion Wag. 1 Van IJrunt Press Drill; 1 Disc; 1 Cockshutt 12-in. Clang Plow McCorniick Kinder. 7 ft.; 1 Sot Harness; 2 Saddles; 3 Sets Hoi Work Harness; 1 Set Mglit Harness; 1 Root Piilper; 1 Cream Ser ntor; 1 Wugon Running Ocar; 1 Walking I'low; 1 Hay Hack- I Sloisros; Healing Stove; 1 Gasoline Stove, 3-burncr; Co Vt bred Itlunle Island Hens; About 7 acres of Oat Sheaves SALE AT 1 P.M. E. B. TAINTER, Clerk. TERMS CASH. W. A. PORTEOUS, 3 ;y HOT LUN5H. Auctioneer. RECORD OF SOURCE of SEVERAL MILLIONS' j internal revrnite i "r.-: are Investigating lhc> prorenco v of .000 which has heen disrov- rrl in Dm Federal liuilding Vaulli. era ung auli. with no record of Its source. U is bo- v 6; 3 Steers, 8 year.; E 2 20 six years 1300 pounds; 1 Sorrgl Maro 4 years, 125' pound v J u-o-jew-old colls, 1 mn-o r.nd 2 Coinings- 1.Yearling jure CoU Sale at p.m. Term.: CMlle, Cash; Time foVone vfsr E. B. TAINTER, Clerk. I, A. PORTEOUS, Auctlonbsr ;