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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta B CHILD HAS HARD TIME Young Toronto Widow Tells of Her Struggle to Make Home for TOOK A STRONG WILL No One Wants to Look After a Child Whose Mother Goes to 1 see the space given in the papers to articles on the business I feel confident that the writers are tack ling the subject from the And 1 am doubly confident that the snid writers nv thinking in the from which so many newspaper cles are sent Having looked quite often for nn article that will deal with the busi ness woman as one who has her life and being in a world whose compon ent parts are boarding church income over which often ruffles her mind while engaged In the of the newspaper I am going to write an article for my own I am one ot the business wo whose gigantic attainments In the twentieth century are the talk of 1 the I became a business wo man by necessity of having to turn out and make a livelihood for self and my I was better equipped for the task than the lady of the popular in knowing how to do several things moderately i had no preparation whatever fdr the methods and practical side of busl aess When I closed the door of myj home Ind took iriy little boy by the ill my wordly possessions were a de termination to carry on and a lot 3f debts that I was equally determin ed to Within a I had secured a position wheie I employ ibility as an but J jot have my boy with iftktf I vas confronted by the first prbbfem meets the married business I could have in but J lacked the ihysical strength for I had to Li I J and I chose what I nought jras the right on 1 1 was willing to allow the oy to stay with friends who were 0 make him one of the A Mothers Struggle good thing that mywork 1 approached a of slavery 0 far as occupation of mind and were for at night I Fas too tired to stay awake to enjoy ay heartache for the little hand that rould come stealing over the edge t the bed for When it was possible for me to pay ay first visit to the lad I had eft weeping for his I found hat he had certainly bten treated as me of the for he had been rhipped with the and could not understand such treat lent he wasnt but was not going to let him see me rhip my without giving him iie I made up my mind then and there s I tried to explain away his sense y f injury and that I would e a business woman and at the same have a home for the I told im I intended and made pact with that he was to try be a good and help me realize ae Then I had the worry of passing ie boy from one boarding place to burdened the while with an nxiety to make good in the work I ad and to pay off that urden of The end of the first ear saw doctors bilis and funeral grocery bills and butcher ills I set to work 1 earnest to save for that But was two years more before that ras accomplished Twice in that time I had to iy boy through a the cond the accompaniment an op that And In 1 hadto know that he was rnong surroundings influenced personalities that were not helping uplift The general idea of hat shqjjld be donefor in ich circumstancesIs that he should put where will hip mother o bother If is worth the name will be lothered about her As if a lOther does not grudge the moments lat keep her away from her own esh and Put him In a good But a good school is a womans Put im In aboys home Surely the last a I i At lest the home was a At tis point I could fill pages about hat U means to keep housaand fill business but it can be The woman who Is willing undertake on a moderate salary lust make up her mind to a life of icrlflce that will make the life of le average missionary look like a i omen at Ltaside Aviation Group Taken at Hour social alt have to But what are they in the balance with the life of a future citizen SacrificeWell Repaid I REMEMBER well the night I lay awake most of tho after nn afternoon of showing my young where he was going to get off in the Three years of learning in a school in which ne glect was monitor had allowed the growth offweeds that could not eTpiilled up like and were eveii less Duringvthat I made up my to three first that my boy was to grow xip so that he would please that he would be able to please me in so far as he ed from And that it was hiy a task to be entered upon at with a strong and willing acd unending to instill in him those It has meant No one knows what I have given that I might carry out my and achieve my 1 feel that it would not be playing the game in arty manner to tell of themI counted the and I have not yet asked for any discount when I came to I am beginning to think that whait us sacrifice was onlt Waking anexchange of things that weigh but very little in the great scheme of There is Doming to day by a realiza tion that I planned well that and that I have been rearing a good a good In the scale against a few a few outinga a few silk and days and nights free from but filled with very small do not count for very much fieart and I sympathize with the business woman who has a much do I sym pathize with her who has more than ne over whom she must worry in the driys and weeks that arer given over to the fulfilling of elses Ideas in the grind of the aver age business But the woman who would fulfil ler the while she fulfils ler duties as a needs no other tool than her own dauntless will mould her fortunes o the accomplishment of the dual Difficulties of London Papers Circulation Curtailed by Raising Prices and Limiting July EWSPAPERS here are not yelted or pushed as in Can adian There are no news The men and women selling papers hang out near and Due to the paper the newspapers being allowed only one sixth of the prewar circula ions are being prices in and sizes The Daily the last of the lalfpenny 1 cent Canadianmoney has advanced its price to a penny The which is en deavoring to limit its circulation to not more than has put its price at three Similarly large morning the Post and Tele are two pence The an evening carries mch messages as Pass it so othera will not have to buy and The Pall Mall Gazette says that If readers do not wish being disappoint d in getting their paper they should place an order with a news agent to hold the It is difficult to find an evening paper on sale after or amorning paper after A Record Throw V HOUSE hunter saw an adver tisement in the papers describ ing a charming house within a stones throw of the He made an appointment and in due course was escorted to the house in two miles When he reached the threshold he turned to the Would you mind Introducing he whisp to the person who threw that stone TWO may be a failure or It may not In cither case II a lot of Indisputable evidence to the PACKING TRUNKS CHAUTAUQUA IS A NEW BUSINESS A UNIQUE EDEN Recommended to Arty Woman Without Special Training Forced to Earn THIS GIRL TRIED IT She Went to a Hotel With the and It Worked vl ABOUT three years ago my widowed mother lost her small fortune through of a We had always lived in one of the small cities near New and after the crash which meant the giving up of our at tractive we decided to move to Xew I hoped to find some wayMn the city by which I could sup port myself and my For nearly a month I looked for a looked because of my lack of One day I returned to our and sat dofvn by the thinking gloomily of my general worthless Several trunks were being taken from the hotel and I was idly watching the porters flashed through my mind the joking remark ot a friend trunks I once she had if you ever have to earn your bread and butter you can surely do it packing stopping to considerdiffi I put on my hat and hurried over to the asked for the man and offered my services as a Profitable at Hotel TO my he thought the idea He advised me to have stat ing my These he agreed to have distributed among his Two days after the cards were placed in the hotel I receiyed a tele phone call saying that a family of four had suddenly home on account of and wished to engage me to pack their trunks and forward There were six huge and I spent the entire after noon When I received J10 for my workyou can imagine my Orders came quickly after and soon my mother and I took pleasant rooms in the where I could be more easily 1 am business and systematic in my In a notebook I write the contents as nearly as and where each article is to be My prices vary according to the aize of the For those un der 34 inches my charge is and for over that length I recommend this source ef liveli hood to any woman thrown upon her own iesources without any business HISTORIC PALACE NOW ARMY HOSPITAL Queen Elizabeth Once Dined in the Soldiers DiningRoom Fulham in TfULHAM PALACE has been con verted into a hospital for 100 con valescent The In which used to hang the portraits of many venerable is dis tempered a soft greyishgreen and holds twelve The beautiful banquetinghall is to be used as the mens and in the kitch where Queen Elizabeth once din their food will be prepared Hitherto candles were used in near ly ail the but arrangements have now been made for Incandescent lighting throughout the except in the Porteoui with Its many valuable where oil lamps Will 8tlll Remarkable Gathering of People at the Parent Institution Every DISCUSS EVERYTHING Everybody Dresses and Acts Ac cording to Inclination Without Consciousness of FLOKENCB S the honored Bishop A Chau taimua is a an and a although still a camp meeting and a summer it is now being a vital and energizing Institution with recogniz ed university sum mer 150 22 de partmentsjand 300 there associated Chautau quas in America and which formerly gathered ten million sum mer attendants in thousands are readers of its prescrib ed which pronounces that only with 1 The is a city in south ot on lake in the Al legheny Its permanent summer population is with fey riomcans is It all housesand education for it has much rustic beauty in wooded shaded avenues and cool The old houses of 40 years ago are fast be ing replaced by picturesque bunga attractive colonnaded administrative classic lec ture and airy club Also quaintly timbered manual craft shops and art studios attest its up todate i The once the largest in modern accommodates persons and con tains a superb the gift of Chautauquas programs are all suiting the taste mil capacity ot tho entire from kindergarten tots to tottering grand and even circuses aie edu cators purvey various supplies of To describe tho recipients of this intellectual diet would tie to treat the seven ages of mostly as she predominates tencls classes as mo ther and Here she is no weaker like tinguished Vincent is Irre pressible and invincible and com mences classes at S continuing till 5 Even the small boy is off to his craft shop by 8 for none are Immune from tlie Clmutauqua bacilli and class go ins becomes a lun acy in caught the mania and rushed to lectures every hour until we ran Into bolh brain body indigestion and had to buy the popular little digester a pel not a The devotional meetings are In E atlonal and characterized by unity of Picture an ear nest bible study class of two to three or a Vesper service under the trees eight hundred to a thousand voices repenting a beautiful prepared for the hallowed sunset hour or Imagine the vast amphitheatre crowded at twilight or the class vigil in the shadowy hall in the lit only by flickering tripod where spiritual exaltation quickens tho impulse of every listener and religious influence of Chatawiuu Is UncoMciow Peculiarities TO turn to lighter Chau taurjua are most uncon Everyone walks iti the road and hardly anyone wears a Old people aisume colored middle aged smoked gog courageous spinsters green eye shades BjaWepj tentous shellrimmed Every feminine carries ji the dally bulletin and a monstrous An abnormally free and easy man ner prevails In the Amphitheatre where the family darning and pea shelling is frequently for meeting or no a few habitues are always fringed the outer A pronounced and positive altru ism characterizes the Chautauquan and no one appears annoyed if some one planks a chair square in front of Qiiite the custom is it for a devoted couple carry stools which tho husband plants one in front of the taking the though backlpss At first wo thought this seeing the small wife hidden behind her ample spouse care ful watching revealed the wherefore of this which was to en able the ladys dulcet whispers to reach the manly ear without her needing to turn thus giving truth to the that women talk straight chilly evening wo observed a corpulent gentleman recede to his wifes side In order to share her comfortable sfiawl and not afar off another brave one tied a pink scarf over his drafty bald pate to the amusement1 his but no wise to his for quans indule idioayncracles without consciousness of Frail ladies sit in scarfs swathed with the grace of or in fascinators worn with the coquetry ot Spanish scn Old ladies arrive at morning classes in through which one may espy the afternoon confined to tho curlirig Venerable gcnjtlofnen skullcaps and adjustear trumpets or attach them to the dozen or more jplatform The number of ancient and honor in the Chautauqoa among them being the able years president of the Womans aged Jhe club are ibojh human and gravity noes it hoid conferences Imnions find fiat on Low to keep heaithy civiliza Likewise Surh topics In whatf manner of cnair the should or Should women fry are seriously appear in our be it said thatmany lofty themes and war problems discussed and noble accomplished by the Womairs Chautauquas Interest in music Is also phenomerial and an and orchestra are For Music Week some wellknown orchestra is engaged the Russian Symphony for three years and audiences oC six to seven thou sand listen twice daily to high grade Chautauquas Salute must be men Seven thousand fluttering handkerchiefs is a thrilling but in germa are scat therefore the salute is ban ned by the Womans Club as un hssienic and a the hand has been two hands to the ecstasy of the Let not this summary of Chnu tauquas ways frighten any froln this odd The quietminded may find sylvan solitude beside still far from the madding crowd of meeting Simple sumpier recreations abound and best of all evening falls no city noises mnke night for after Chlmcfi silence reigns and blessed rest the SOMEHOW COMBHOW I thought that you would Notx even when red war swept through the I somehow because I loved you That you would I did not understand That somethingstronger than my love could To draw from my heart I never thought tho call of fife and drum Would rend our cloak of happiness apart And you did not I and brushed the tears aside And when nighttime 1 cannot sleep But silent while longing fights with You are rnv the foe you fight my And never thought that you would got In Good WILL GENIUS At theGreat French Act ress Hopes Her Granddaugh ter Will Inherit LYSIANE IS PROMISING At the Age of Twenty She Seems Certain of a Brilliant W A r By BARBARA world ofart and science Is watch with In tense Interest the outcome of a remarkable experiment which the great Sarah Bernhardt Is conducting with her beautiful t It involves the centuryold riddle of whether genius can be inherited or Bernhardts Interest In the possibility of bequeathing her genius to a member o her own family dates back about four years to the time whenLysiane was approaching six the history 6C B world fyjj naa slich rare obpor those afforded to Lysiane Bernhardt as theresult of this ar She has traveled with tiro Divine Sarahall over Europe and She has been present at the confer ences with the greatest dvamntlc au thors and the being discussed andr for igreat She has been present at the re In the in the the atre dressing In wings during a thousand she has lived and brcathfed in the con tinual atmosphere of Lysiane Bernhardt Is now ap proaching twenty and the pre liminary stages of the wonderful ex periment are aitnost The It Is to succeed be Lyslpne ajready has remarkable personal a brilliant and well educated and an unquestion able dramatic She Is a flqe speaking Italian and Spanish as fluently She is the author of several oneact plays In which Bernhardt has and she herself has done dramatic work which proves her sound train ipjj and talent Will She Succeed BUT between well trained talent and the divine flame of genius there Is a wide gulf Will the young girl bridge the gulf Time only will And even If the answer is in the it will leave open to spe dilation the roost vital scientific an gle of tho whether this genius has been the result of or the result of tho con stant companionship and Sarah Bernhardt herself had no background of heredity to explain her marvelous She literally jumped Into fame without any in fluence or aid other than her own She was born In October of DutchJewish Her father was at one time a well tu do merchant at Antwerp and died soon after her Her mother was only sixteen when Sarah was Neither of them were remarkable ypars ago she did what she has done during the present war her theatre Into a hos pital for wounded In of last year her leg was Her courage was Indomitable and her recovery The same year she played In Paris and entertained thousands of soldiers at tho different cantonments in Eng land and THEORY OF COLOR ORYOURHOM In a Fine Pamtmg of Outdoor AH the Colon are ONE PR E A Real Color Scheme U Than Merely Keeping to Shades of One x By ELIZABETH PORTER WTCI KOTO IN every good landscape the artts uses all the colors there Yo do not quite believe that The notice next time you see a vlctd or a really natural Tin even though It seems n the first glance all 6no show tones yellow and all flt ted Into harmony of cotripletnentln colors In the light envelops th Ai good painting of outdoorl has Its mixture of yellow and the three primary n matter what amount of light may de termlne tho color That bit of color theory does no sound as If it had much to do wit I doing over the living But i As a matter of the nearcf one approaches to a natural outdooi arrangement of colors In decoratlnf ITroom the better tho It Is orn step In the right direction to use single two harmonizing blue a green room andso Tfie next step towar a perfect room Is to adjust several color values so that people will say anything looks right in thai room A fme Persian rug contalnl the colors of the but s dominated and softened by one colol and so even In that it gives th effect of an harmonious In a successfully decorated room th as a contains the darkest tones the wall should be ferably of a middle tone that Is found also In and tho o must be the Thai Is the way it is with th the trees and the Work Out Real Scheme YOU will find if you think abouf It that the rooms that look well have all these three primary colors In differentshades and Analyze the best rooms you know and see howtrue this The brown maj exist as dark which Is red arid yellow mixed and a blue Cushion or two to the orangt and you have your color scheme com Just as wjth a bright bright bluecompletes the so if you darken your yellow and bluein different you dark brown and old dull red and a faint dark and pure beej green and coloj and dark blue pure orange art the same colors In different propor In other choose you dominant colqr and put with It lessei amounts of its If you follow a real scheme of col ors like this you will that contains character and will give A room wlttf golden brown accessories In warm reds and yellows and a rug ot deep rose and blue the effect of a sunlit autumn A room In blues with vermllllon spots of Is like a sunset at the The with dark blue and a touch of orange room now so popular Is like the end of a snowy winter blue mountains and a solid bit of or angered sun going down behind tha blue wall of i never gee ourselves as we real ly are unless we have learned tlie lesson of THE BURGLAR OF THE ZODIAC RUT sometimes the windows Are burst by magic And then we see far vistas Of star embroidered lawns Where laughing angels Are laughing like of in our asylum It simply isnt done So one wears a One piles his gold In One balances a feather On the end of his Ones a sword One mumbles And all In our asylum Are unhappy as can you the whole trouble Though absolutely we fear a strange sensation We have sometimes So sometimes we huddle close And clutch at heart and bralfe For Ill tell you whats the troubHj afraid of ROSE The TattleTale ETHEL When did come Walker Walker Come deart I haven been away Little Ethel mummy said you She saia you had at loggerheads with youv over ft ;