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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta CHILD HASHARDT1ME Ypung Toronto Widow Tells of Her Struggle, lo Make Home for Son. TOOK A STRONG! WILL No One Wants to Look After "'a GHlld Whose Mother :Goes to Business. _BEX 1 see the spiLC given In the papers to arfctes on the business woman I feel coniifiint that tho writers are tack- ling the subject from the outside. And i am doubly .confident that the said writers are thinking in the from which so many newBpajjer'yJH cles are sent out Having looked quite often for an article that will deal with "the busi- ness one who has. her life and being in. a world enfr.-parts arc houses, ..clothes, :church Income tax, relations, over which b'tien ruffles'her mind while .engaged; In th.0 Business" of the i THEORY OFCOLOR FOBftOll hind. I am s to write 'an article for my own satisfaction. I am one of the "business' men. 'whose attainments in the twentieth century are the talk of the' world. I became a business man by'necesslty of having to -turj out and, make a livelihood for and my child. iris.. better for the task than the ladv of the 'knowing1 how to do several thing; moderately. ivell- Unfortunately, 'f preparation whatever for :netKpdsand practical life, When I closed the door of mjjhom ind "took my little boy by Ha.-la ill my wordly r-osse'sslons were a de termination to "carry on" and a lo if debts that I was equally.deterinm ill to discharge. Within a week, I had secured wheys I could' employ tbility as an orsanizer, bitt J jiqtthave my boy with me> 'VM con fronted by the first prbbiei meets the married busine: nattier. I could havo gone. In'-, fp 'i'ttcplng boarders, but lacked :th >hysical 'strength for that, tfomen at Uaude Aviation Group Trim at the Noon Hour V X pany, social engagements, a'l have to But what are they In the balance vith tbe life of a fulurc citizen? Sacrifice Well Repaid HEMEilBER well the nlsht I lay awako most of the njsrit, after an fternoon of showing my youhc riend, son, where he was going to ;et off In tho future. Three years 'f learning Jn a school in which ne- lect was the) monitor had Allowed hi'-sroTr'th that conlti hot like thistles, and were ivefi less desirable, 'ACKING TRUNKS AJEOUSINESS Recommended to AnV Woman [Without .Special. Training Forced to Earn Living. vi ninfl.- to -three vigil, I made ,iip things, first that >oy was to grow up so that he would >lease me. Second, that he would be able to please me in so far as he acl- ed from' And third, that It was Viy task to be entered once, with a slrons faith, and illing heart, and unending: patience, .0- instill' In, him those principles- It has meant No one Qows what 1 have given ,up, t might carry out my achieve, my Ideals. 1 feel that it would not be playing the game in a manner to tell of -them- I cod tiled the cost, and 1 have not yet asked for iny discount when I came to pay. To-day; I-, am- beginnbg to IbinK that what I.'cou tiled" as sacrifice was 'only -miking interchange of things that -weigh but very little In the great of, things. t There Is comihs-to me. day by-day, a reallza tlonjthat planned well that night CHAUTAUQUA'IS A UNIQUE EDEN Remarkable Gathering of People at the Patent Institution Every Summer. THIS GIRL TRIED IT She to a Hole! th It Worked k' _ DISCUSS EVERYTHING ABOUT three years ago my widowed mother lost f ortui-e throi'sh dishonesty if a relative. We had always lived in one of the. small cities near New York, and aiter the craEh came, i-hich meanHhe giving up of our at- tractive decided to move to New- York. I hoped to find some wayun tlie city by which I could sup- port myself 'anil my mother.-. f For-nearly-'a month I loolcetl a. and looked Jn'va'in, because' Every bocly: Dresses and Acts Ac- ording to Inclination Witriout; Consciousness' of Oddity. WITHROW. of my lacktof e One and-that I have been.rearing a good jreturned boardins-house, and pahafliab, a good jsat window, thinking a few i gionmily worlhless- and days i S ,the honored founder, Bishop A .Vincent, is a an idea, and a fbrteH and, although atilV a camp a summer school, it Is now vastly being- a 'vital and energiz'lhg fnstitutloh wUH recogcSs- ed university stanflaras, stirn- "mef students, 150 Instructors, 22 de- Besides, ere a quas in- America and Europe, which formerly 'githered icn mhlion sum- mer attejuULnts; .'and, In" addition, thousands-are readers of its prescrib- ed course, which pronounces tha t o rcalie-bini one of the family, A Struggle L approached slavery o far as occupation, of mind and iody'.were concerned, "for night I ras too tired to stay awake to enjor ay heartache for the little hand that come stealing over {the edge f the bed for "Moth-" Wneait was possible for me to par ay first visit to the'.lonely lad 1 had weeping his mother, I found "hat he had as ffie'ot the for" he had been rhlpped regularly, with the rest, and could not understand such treat-, aent he wasn't i was not> going to let him see ir.e rhtp my children, without giving him same." I made up my mind then'and there' lo explain away his sense t Injury and Injustice, lhat I would e a business woman and at the same ine have a home- for the lad, .I-lold ini whaj; made' j pact with him, was to try j be a good boy, and help rne.realize ae home. Then-I-had the worry of passing he boy from one hoarding place to 'ad t her, burdened the while with'ari nxlely to. make good in the work I adI 'and lo pay off that iirden ot debt, The end of the first tar saw bills and :funeral iTpTnseii.Vgroce'ff" bltlsTand -butcher His I set to work lo pave for that home. Bjjt was two years more before that Twice In- that h'ad ly boy through a icond the op-, that ISfeV-''And-liV itwecn, I know wag y personalities ttidt were not helping I uplift him. The general Idea of that should be done for In iput where give o "bother" whaltverrAs'lf.ai IB worth the jothcrcd" about her, a totbcr docs grudge raofntnts jat keep her away.'froiri'fceVr own esh and bluocf. "Put him in a good ihool." Tint a good school 1ft a i y drain on a woman's purst Pu {lm In Stlrely.the -rj j A word Atltstibe homo was reality- A ila point I could fill pages abon It means to keep house and hjstness position, hut.it Tfie woman ntfc IS undertake If, on a moderate___ lust mane up her mind to A life icrlfke that wllf make the fife average mlsflomry Idok patblze in e.1 over whom she must worry in the-days and-weeks that are'given over'to' tbe'fulfilling of .someone else's'ideas In" the grind of the aver- age business life.1 But .Hie. woman who .would fulfil, her roo'therhood, the while she fulfils her 'duties as 3- business woman; needs. no other tool than her own dauntless will to, mould her fortunes to the accomplishment of the dual v.-iih life.'1 once- had' Eaid, :'IE "you ever have to earn your bread and butter you can surely do It f01f it has .much rustic beauty. In Difficulties of London Papers Circulation Curtailed ly Raising Prices and Limiting Issue. T LONDON, July 19. here _ are not "jelted" or pushed as in Can- adian cities. 'There are no hews The men selling -papers "hang out" near hotels. N cafe and theatres. to the paper, shortage, the packing' trunks." "Without stopping to puVpn my. hat and hurried over to the hotel, asked for the man> iiger, and offered my. services as a trunk-packer. Profitable at Hotel -ihy he- thought tho idea practicable. He advised me to.have ing my terms. These he agreed lo have dislribuled among" his guests. Two days.after the cards were placed in, the hotel I receded a tele- phone .call saying1 that--a family of four had suddenly been'called :liomfc m account ot illness, wished lo engage me lo pack their, trunks and forward thehi.: "There were slx-huse trunks, and the entire after- noon packing ''iS'hen I received 510 for my Imagine my 5oy. newspapers bolng allowed only one-' sixth of ihe pre-war suply, circula- crooded avenues and cool ravines? old. houses of 40 Vears ago are fast disappearing, be- ing picturesque bunga- attractive colonnaded administrative buildings, classic lec- ture hallCaml airy cliib pavilions. Also auaintly timbered manual craft shops and.art studios allcst its up- to-date leaturcs.tThe amphiVheatre, once the largest in modern limes, accommodaU-s anil con- tains a superb organ, the gift of Mr. CheetGi; Masscy. _ Chaulaufiua'a' programs are ail- 'suiting the nid capacity of tho. entire fanilly, from ktndcrgarlen'tots lo'toticring grand- concerts, classes, iporls, ana even Statesmen, lentous shell-rlmmcd glasses. Every feminine carries notebook, the daily bulletin arid a monstrous bag. An abnormally free and easy man- ner prevails'-In the Amphitheatre where the .family darning and pea- shclllnjj is frequently brought, for or meeting, a .few habitues 'are always fringed .around the outer seats. A pronouAced "and positive altru- ism characterizes, the Chautauquan and no one appears annoyed if some one planks a chair square in front of one. the'custom is it for a devoted.'couple ,to carry ctfnvas stools wKlch tho husband plants one In front of the other, taking the front, though backlpss onK himself. At first we thought-this'ungallant, seeing Ihe small wife hidden behind her ample spouse; however, care- ful watching revealed the wherefore of this procedure, to.en- able Ihe lady's dulcet whispers to reach the manly car without her needing to turn around, thus giving trulh to "the dictum, lhat women talk straight ahead.. chlUy evening wo observed a csrelent gentleman recede- Ao his "wife's fide In-order to' share hej comfortable and not afar ofi another, brave .one .tied a pink scar over his d ratty; bald pate to .the amusement1of.hlsI'nelghborF, but no his "chagrin; for Chaulau- (tuans Indulc' Idiosyncraclea withou of 6'ddiiy. Frail ladle: sit In scarfs 'swathed'with the grac of-Vestals, or. Jn fascinators -worn with tho coquetry. ot-Spo'nlsh sen oras. Old ladles arrive at mornio classes in boudoir, caps, thro tig one may espy "the nfteraoa crimps.Vyet contincd'-to tho curlln V en e rab! c gcnjlofn e n b and Irumpel or attneh Ihem to the dozen or nior flatforth batteries. The number ancient and honor Chauliuh a hi on them being the able" twenty, year president of .the Woman's Club, age hitman..and jrravityi'no'es it corhS, {1 >'tirilons pr'-O Low 'clvltiz. lion. as, the 5ERNHARDT WILL GENIUS Least, Ac ress Hopes Her Grandckugli- 5'teKWiii Inlicrit.lt.- .YSIANE IS PROMISIN1 a trie Age of Twenty She Cerlain of a Brilliant CRAYDON. IB world of-art anfl. science a a Fine Outdoor! All the Colors are -Used. JP R E Real Color Scheme Belief 'Thin Merely Keeping to Shadei of Color, i i ELIZABETH PORTER WTC) KOPF w N every good landscape the artlat uses all Ihe colors there ate. A do not nuUe believe thatt Theroachins twenty .years, and tho iire- of the .con no vies, fireworks, sp are helng curtailed; prices In- The Dally Express, the last of 'ihc half-ponny (1 cent Canadlan-.monay) papers, has advanced its price to a pennyi The which is cn- to limit Its-Cliculation-'lo not more than has put'its price at ihrce pence. Similarly targe fnohilng papers, the Post granh, are Iwo.ncnce each.j i_ TTie'Star, oil carries messages as" -'Pass It will not io ifay It, The >all says lhat If Tders do tipt wish being dlsappoint- Ih gelling Ihelr puper Ihey should order with.a hews ftgenl to old the paper. It is difficult to' find n, even Ing paper oil eatc after a'-morniflg paper after 9.39 k .-.f- Orders came quickly ader llialj soon my mother and I took pleasant rooms in the hotel, whore I could ba more p.isily rfached. 1 like, and 5j-2teniatlc in. my work. In a note-b'ook I write the 'contents ns nearly as possible, and where each arUdeMs lo bs found. prices' .vary.. .jStccording to Ihe For those un- Is and for size of the trunks. der 31 Inches my chp 11 over that length tir I recommend this source Ss( liv'ell- hootl to any woman thrown'upon her own rtftourcea without any business1 training. HISTORIC PALACE NOW ARMY HOSPITAL A Record Throw HOIT.HB hunler saw an odvor- tiicmenl In Iho describ- ng a charming within _ a tone's Ihrow of Ihe station.1' He made an appointment and In lue.courw was, escorted to the house tffo' When he reached ihft threshold he urned to the agent, suavety, "Would you" mind Introducing he whisp- Queen Elizabeth Once Diner! in Ihe Soldiers' Dining-Room in Fulharh Palace. 'ond ered .to tht who-thrtw lhat SIDES. a a (allure or (t may not be) TntHher IS a lot of Indlspulabio evidence lot tho contrary, "PULHAM PALACH has bttn con- verted ffllo a_hOBpitarfor Ivu con- valescent Th6 to vrt.icti iiscd'tO hang'the portraits 6f mftny Venerable dli a soft greyish-green '01 holds twelve 'bedfl. The beautiful Is to be used as tho men's dining-room, anci In the kitch- en, where Queen Elizabeth once dla- food will be prepared. Hfthertb candles were nscd fri near- ly aJf the hedfoom's, but arrangements have now beeh ttt llghllng.lhroughoui the house, except In the Porteous Library, with Iti circuses are preachers, travelers, authors, edu-, cators purvey various supplies To describe tho recipients of ,.lh'i5 diet to treat the seven ages, ot rnoslly woman, as she predominates and. at- tends ctawcs as midget, maid, mo- ther'and grandmother, ilefc ahe Is no weaker 'sex, but, like ,the. .dla: Hnguishcd Vincent family, is'Trre- pressible and andj com- mences classes al 8 oft times Ullfi, p.m. Even the small boy Is off to his "gym" or craft shop by S a.m., for none are immune Ihc Chautauqua'bacill! and class go- ing becomes a' In fact." too, caught mania and rushed to Icfttnres .every hour until we ran into both brain -anti body indigestion and had lo buy ihy popular Vlittfo digester" (a pel- let, nol a The devotlohar meetings are in- allonal and hy tinlty of vforfihlp; I'Icturc an ear- nest Hlble ot "two .lo three hundred, or A. Vesper service under the trees'with eight hundred (o a thousand voices repeating qua's Salute must be mm Honed. Seven, thousand fluttering handkerchiefs is a! thrilling sight, but alas, in flu Iteration, germs are scat- tered, therefore -.the. salute IB ban- ned by the- Woman's. Club as un- hyglenicfandi a -wave-r-of the- hand has been EugBCStedr-of two. hands ccording' 16 the ecstasy cc-nrcr. of the Let not this summary of'Chau- lauqua's ways frighten any from this odil' Eden. 'The quiet-minded may sylvan, sollludc. stll waters, far maddlog-crowc of meeting goers. Slmplo. siimfner recreations abeuml and best of al when evening1 falls no city nolees mnke night hideous, -for after "Chimes" (19.30 p.iri.) silence reigns and: blessed SCMWEHOW 'ali'iijift'aotin be answered. has remarkable personal beauty, a brilliant and well educaleu-niind, and "an unniicstlon- ablo dramaflc talent.' She, H linguist, speakbig Italian and Spaf'sh as flu'cnlly She1 is Ihc authbr" ot several one-act In which Mmc. Bernhardt has appeared, and she'herself has donp dramatic work which.proves her sound train- ing and .talent-' the-same dlfferfrnV, hi' Otlicr'.Vords, you( dominant'color and put amounts of ita 'comi'lcments. It you follow ft real scheino of'col- ors you will that centalns" character ari_d' :And will A room ytIttf accessories in warm reds and -yellows and a nig ol deep-brown, Toae and, blue wlll'glve the effect of a sunlll autumn forest. A room in browns, with" vcrmllllon-spot's of color, is like a sunset-at'the seashore. The grey, with dark blue and a touch of orunga room uow so popular Is like tho'cnd ofj n. snowy winter Enowy and. a solid bit of or- angc-red sun, going' dowu behind biuoj wall'of. hills, >r i UT between woll trained: faknl and tTie "divine name of genius B there is a wide gulf fixed, Will the younff.glrl bridge thq gull? Timo only wljl tell. And even it.the answer la In the tfirrnauve, it wltl leave open to Bpc- ilallpn the moat vital scientific 'an- !e of the whether many, 'rrejiared hallowed sun-set- hour; for the Imagine the vast amphitheatre crowded at twilight evensong, orithe class vigil in lha shadowy hall In the srove, lit enly by, flickering tripod lamps, where Bpimdal evaltallon ntilckens ttic impulse- 61 tvery listener dnd to rellBloas -Influence of ChatAufiua Uncomciow PeahWitiei 0 turn lo lighter vein, Chati most uncon- ventional. walks rh thu road and hardly weAri i hat. Old ,lssiim6 colorf.i Utk-F, middle aged emoked gog courageous.Bplnstcra rrccn flhadcs and youthB afad TO turr taufiu SOMEHOW I never thought that you would, even when war swfint through somehow jthoiiffht, because I loved you so, F That you would slay. I 'did not underfiland That (something1- stronger than my love could come, To draw you, half-reluctant, from my heart; S never thought Iho call ot fife and drum Would rend our cloak of happiness apart! And yef, you went ,r-And_ did not vr, I.smiled, instead, and brushed thi tears aside- And yet, when nlgnt-time comes, cannot (deep But silent He, while longing fight w; You aro my mftnj the foe you flgh my And ntvcr thought thai yo would got B., Sangsfcr, In Goo B THE BURGLAR OF Tlffi 'ZODIAC ;UT aornctlmca this windows Aro burst by magic dawn I, d then w? sec far .rislM... Ot star ombroltlorcd Where laughing angels Arc laughing "like 'iun. has been'the 'multof of courac, In. our asylum ]n'1 his gcni credity, or the result of thfl con- lant-companionship and training, Sarah Bcmhardl- herE.elf had no ickgroiiTid of Heredity to explain her larvelous success. Sho. literally umpctl Into fdmo without- any lucncc or aid' other than her own Hho In Paris, October 22, HI, of Dutch-Jewish parents. Her athcr waa at one time a well lu do merchant at Antwerp arid died aoon after her' birth, Her -mother, was sixteen-when Sarah was bom, Ncllhcr of them wero remarkable people, 6go sho did whal she has done during the present wai her thcalre Into a hps pltal for wounded sbJdlers, In Fcbruaryi'ot last year her .leg was amputated- 3Ier courag6 wai Indomliable and her recovery1 rapid Tho fcamt year she played in. Purls and entertained al Iho dlffcrcnViantonmonls In Edg- land, and yyjB BcveT seu ourselves AS vti.rcal ly arc have ioarncd th ksaon Id one wears a crown, Oho piles his feold In rowi, hio balances a fenlher On of his now. One's a sword awallowor, One -mumblca onc-lwo-Uirce. And all in, our agyliim' Are unhappy as can be- you sec, the whole trouble (Though we're absolutely Is, we fear a strange Wo have tometimes had. So Eomeilmcs wt huddle close And clutch at hcail and Kor I'll tell .you what's the afraid of ROSE BBNET, TVT.Hk-T.k T 1TTLK ETHEL: '-When did yoi corae back, Sirs. Mrs. Walker: "Corrrt back, deart I haven' been awayl" "Well, mummy you yacl. Blio you hftd b at, loggerheads with your liuabJ ior. .over ;