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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HEK3LD GIRLS MAKE GOOD ON MANY JOBS THATMEN HELD AneJ Many of Them Earn Equsl Pay the Men. EMPLOYERS PLEASED Sloriw o: Given by Women A Re- h KHiicefulComJuctoret. flj- SIXWJUR LEWIS AUGUST, 1918 A Pen-Picture of the South Coast of England in' the Fifth Year of War. .-.nt urniluK to Ha l-.aeii room oonJuctwl i fijiece of U S. President soawrr. Vi M.y Of fait t h.d oob- manuals te- -oMIt I ftr.my irt: e'f CiUien 1.1! at reof'e u :ks srims oJ rio were co'm- trying, to pay r the lunch. V- mtiyiih t thtn Fis-lt 6n- the got the jrrt i'.- Tin attendant listened il'a akimbo, retorted, If yuh don't liVc this dump, jTili cun ucit 1 to the manager. .He ttimssc-l and. "You're prob- ablr Imt what can-1 dot I Vin't "sistant is back hewing wash dishes. 1C 1 spoke 16 this rain. beM 1 jut within earnest Inten- tlOTi of again 1 had train and In old-June, t rtlucUntly went Inlo the It wai utterly changed. Be- hind Uaslead of sloppy -iur.y men, were iU-cheerful'brisk courteous, and the Weds at White House "Wednesday of this week'the v White House had its thin! wed- ding cf the Wilson. Admir.islraUon. that of Alice Wlsoa Miss WiUon. the President's' niece, became the bride of the Rev. Isaac Stuart McKfroy, Jr. The ceremony was perfarme.3 by (be Rev..l. S. McElroy, U-D., th efatber of the bridegroom. The bride is the daughler'of Mr. and llrs. Joseph R. Wilson, of Balti- more. The Rev. Mr. McElroy Is pas- lor cf the Presbyterian Church at White Sulphur Springs, West Vt, where he will remain foe another year before sailing to-.Japan as missionary. efficiency. were not And these Bush tests mere playing at work they were a careful and r even tins exposition PE that very important principle, "Most of the things that everybody knew couldn't done, iave dirty bered. Ths roanaser remem- crlnned. .'.'Gpt it .soh> A Women on Railroads NEW field of occupation which has attracted much comment Is tho use of as street car con- ductors and. subway guards- The Xew York Railway Company, op- eratii.g most of tbe surface cars In New i'ork, says tnat but of By 'NOKAU ATLER FLINT, CROSS the Surrey downs the A scented sumuae r wind blow s fitfully. H fidgets horn- icams and whilebeams rustles through the beeches and passing through the dark umbrageous soughs of ancient yew trees, makes a solemn murmurous soundj that Is ike the voice oC many waters. 'The long, sweet grasses ripple and quiver beneath the delicate ouch.; Clovers curtsey, meadow- sweet sways ana bows, tossing out scented salutation of snowy petals On sunwarmed slopes, wild thyme re- eases Its.'clean, bracing fragrance, and from a COPPQ nearby a hidden honeysuckle vine spills the en- chanted and, passionate perfumes of ,ts golden Boom! Boom! Boom! Do you the guns in France? The downs rise and fall In long, smooth slopes that curve suavely to meet sly little woods where the wind speaks with many voices, birds call ID the green gloom, and sometimes a rabbit scurries by with twitching ears and flash ol hts jaunty tall. Here and there, single trees break the urbane How' of greon, Lut every- where the eye can reach, to south, and east anil west, (he magic carpet ot the downs ed 'in'the gJoVing colors of English wild flowers. The deep blue eye of milkwort shines star-like beside-the tiny golden .balls of the hop trefoil Rock roses lift their varnished cups filled with the glory ol the scr White umbellifers, cloyed with sun- WOMEN SERVE AS CHILDREN'S DIET i- L iVr..J i, la the '-tie, -s Is no so successful in on which the conductor must cling ts the long step outside the car. Xnd they have not'-been" cisely aa in .London'.; and Paris, where seem to do almost everj'tbing. women hive not been Clivers- oC subway trains, flut.as closed cars, Women have been absolutely leporia the 'com- piiny." They tak'a longer "ir -irainlng', -they-are careful, consiaer- the' notably courteous In 'giving street directions to stra No Flirting Allowed THE dreaded question, of flirta- and .feared problem lo" almost all employment of women, has been'ccilrcd from the start. The Tvomen have demanded and .tblained In numbers .where the; lordly young god of.the universe.-aged Vloufi ot voice and smelling of iakfi advances, vromen uctors fcave' taken the and .forcefully; tbuy "cbave eclarcd, "I am a workinir woman, cairnms my-living, and; you nrpVtry- ng to make we. want to do 1; perhaps the .most am using -.and igniilcant Incident In the: women in New j" York the case ol a man who tried'to get Into a pay-as-you-enler car just Ct'door was closing. Her'TTs-as caught, and thoogh not injured, was rattier disheveled. U the conductor lad been a man there "woold" have a rare and'joyous fight! e soiiiluctnr ivas a ..weak "womait Shb looked at 'the pbasant severity and stattd; "You know you shouldn't nays tried'to'get 'n Iho-floor wns clOjing." 'es'ra. That'a all said tbe ;nan, and staiifed.to Wnit a aha" Tn- ite out g. 'ccntVS' forever prcvin getting dam rr-y fault, I go the 'door "was closing." Ano aiid. bcgeing for ti Tre Japanese woman agreacon, brown and blue other foods which'may be rationed, and reen lor reference "purposes1, A special book has been prepared for children, and.with supplementary ration books lor workers engaged In heavy work It will be possible, for a household to -have eight different kinds of ration books. 'With the coming into force of th'e new books the coupons-collected by rclaiiers will have to be forwarded to the local food office, will be taken" of coupon E, am 7 '-f-J ,d If they-dornot reason- ably come' up to the weight pondlns with tho rationed f'opd sup- .plied prosecution will follow-" Every .book will.be numbered and sear a code or reference number" so lhat it.. can be traced without diffi- culty. Books Will have to be surrendered -the country, or'lr event of the death of the_ holder -of the book, must bo returned to either the local food office or handed to' the registrar of at the time 01 registration. to ILEEO- with any fiii euched are :jiot on i'm In a corner' y the ;box stands a. big1 A big grey plder Is weaving his web be neen the head oi eat a ripe peach a pea; or an apple >ou get ihc fruit juet a: nature made it, and If you pick U of a tree, H will tnMc all Iho Un when jou eat ft ripe olive, you last a product passed, througl any a process since It left the frci The Interesting process of.rircpar nrr olives destined lo reach the Tarn lly talilo ]n Iho C'uiae of. ripe fru follows Irt (he Helen llfic by Arlhur li Dahl 'The pickUftc Of require from four to six .yeeka, 'depending upon the condition ot the fruit when received- When the olives are firs brought Inlo the faclory, they fan graded and taken vats. They are first covered for.lwi or three days with a light salt brine before any lye is used. Slow Pkkling Process if 'FTCR remEiinlng In tho vaU for faevcral days, a light 'BO rutibh'of lye (nbout 2 per, cent) 1 i added, and the olives are kept In'thi solution for about" nine hours. -Th e water Is then drawn off and ,lh uil'allowcd to stand for f ter'which'clear water is'added an he' biivca are stirred.by means.o pm'prcsscd air introduced ,t anlts- This Is conllnued for six o even days- Then :i second a olullon, not qiiHc EO strong, la mad o the frull, and nllowcd'to rcmal orffrom ELS. lo nino hours. e they subjected to third balh if ter which they go Into a salt brmo ind are allowed to about 10 lays, j'- After (he oHv'es are Ukcn from the pickling .'nJom-ihcy go'.oyer sorting ifilta where women pick out .the .vari- ous'sizes of tlicj fruit These arc placed in cnani els And aro lakcn to the canning abicaiwhcrfl .in.thft cans weighed and pSac'ed on tndlcas Ihcm'to Ihe machineg where'the lops are put On. A SAD HABIT, women make successful law- yers. They arc unable to, break of tho habit ot frco advice. en', receive Instruct ion In eiementarj principles nd.ln laivs Once a .-eek they, aro InalntctCiJl In police In calisthenlc nv'public; ,t tho Headquarters gymnasium. THerp Is a class In firearms. Thc sAl hero, and thcfi he added softly You finow hctlcrn I do what jou old girl a wotlh LOGW, MAV Kfita It In the for keeping hla moutfi shut UK necessity of T 'food supply cf young children, and assuring to them an abun- dant diet ol properly selected foods, Is a'ssutnlag every-day a more crlllcal phase as'the war strtngcncy and demands for the conservation oC foodstuffs'becomt more urgent. A most wholesome educational move- ment Is .going forward among our citizens in the use of different foods. Nature is exceedingly adaptable, and Lho healthy human being can be fed with a fair dcgrcc'of success on wide- ly varying diets. But while Ibc adult may thrive very ell on substitute foods of Various kinds and even be better off with soma ot these dietary changes, It Is not always true that young children will profit Ly the same course. Tho child's dietary requirements a'reHess flexible than art! those of grown per- sons, and insufficient or unsuitable is likely to have serious conse- quences .for the growing child. 'Authorities on ,tho subject stale that there is-practically no substitute either for milk or green vegetables in he food of Ihe growing child. Milk bould bo given Iti many forms, Splnacrf Is one of the best of green cgetables- -It'cau. be prepared In''a umber of ways and should be-used reely In the dally diet Fisb and hlcken arc better for children' In nany cases thap beef or nd w lie re these foods can be ob- aincd ono or the olhcr o children, .Need Slow Cooking IN the face of Iho great need tor conserving wheat, the use of htjw :crcals has'become a" mailer of ne- lesslty. Thero seems to bo no reason vhy such food may not be as whole- some as IE properly cooked- ilothsrs may need to be, warned that ill and particularly tho coarser, like oatmeal and need very long cooking; to be suitable for chlldreo. Therefore It staiitls'to reason "quick" breads' and which have posed to-icpoklng beat 'perhaps only a few' mtnulcs, will be veil .di- gested and that all preparations of cereals should be-subjected-to long, slow cooking i( they are to'.cntor into the young children, '-At this aro being urged to cat all-liie potatoes possible as wlVeat. The_ ipadc -that famHles shall cat potatoes 'thrco times a day, but this la not intend- ed to apply literally children, who would nbt'get'a sut- f'icfent-Jvaricty bfjfdod Ihjthe .day's meals If-given pptal6es( nl-each one. manner of -cooking potatoes must Ijc constantly .varied or tlio family will lire of them. The methods will ineludo frying and scalloping, delicious, lo tho adult we'll not chil- dren. it" f.i fo'ir moth era rernjtinb'cr '.that1 children fler fivo will hardly to cat ilatoes more than onco a day, and at for them. Ihis vegetable' Is bel- r when illecl'and served simply with tho ddltlon of salt and milk or Thus prepared they arc so iinpletcly cooked finely yiflcd that children do not swallow hem In'chunks. I'rylngvorrihe other makes foods genci'fllly leag liable, to the digestion of cniN rcn. "The o! (The Women Soldiers of J.IAniON free to sword, They .have challenged thd dark vndocr: Ind Pain fs their Hege lord, j And Death their ch6sen wooer. Us fearful pledge they keep' By jil3 ffrlrii ahlcht Ic guards their- labor and theif sleep Till Iho high is ended, They, have amlled In the .eyes of -Fcaf, They haviS scorned tha Oreamfng j 0 hope have th'oy held dear, Savb (or Ihelr land's, redeeming, Under the Iron rain, i bloom and fruit arc scaU tcfcd They lie like flowers on _lhc loril plain f By a wild hflrycsl sliftllcred- 1 ing 'heso aro Iho molhers who falf The tacejlhat here Ufa bleedin Thelra bitter call, Thclrfl was a deadly, breeding. j Thnl freedom may blrtri Thtil sotiTs.may rlso from ulccping1, They have- slain ,lho love and lha (Irwinis of cnrth, The iut and Iho long jears -J J 7 v 'J ;