Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
fftflU t'MFELTB Till: I.KTII1UUDGE DAILY IIKRALD. "iVEDNESDAT, DECEMBER 10. out of onels s be successful? The next President will be elected by women In politics you get what you ask for. And the women of America are going to ask get the man who will be the next President of the United States. What the plat- form of the feminine voters is going to be, how it will be organ- ized, what women should vote for, these vital problems of government are outlined by Anne Martin, Independent candidate for United States Senator. She asked her divorced husband for a It was a topsy-turvy day, this wet, unpleasant Friday the 13th. Miss Keane, the newspaper society editor knew it. She knew it as well as Mrs. Treadwell who asked her divorced husband for a job. Everything went wrong- and then the miraculous happened told only as Kathleen Morris can tell a story. Be sure to read "Friday, the Food in Mid-Autumn Good Housekeeping this month shows how to prepare a real mid-Autumn dinner. Together with the menus and the nu- merous ways of serving these delicious meals, are tested recipes, secured appropriately from Massachusetts. There are five Tery helpful articles in this department for November. A few other big features In the same issue, additional stories by: William J. Locke, James Oliver Curwood, Rebecca Hooper Eastman; Articles on: Dec- orating the Sun Parlor; What Women Phy- sicians are Doing; Gifts that Children Can Make; Needlework; Gifts Easily Made Out of Wall Paper and Shellac; Bathing and its Relation to Health; Two of cutouts in color for the kiddies by Sheila Young, to- gether with Harrison Cady's famous hug pic- tures. A 254 page issue the biggest publi- cation for women on the newsstands. Their worlds were poles apart. was of the people and she was of aristocratic birth. It is the old, old story that is forever new because it has been touch- ed by a master hand, because it deals .with a new tween love and conflict every man and every woman may soon have to face. Children of by I. A. R' WYLIE, begins where most novels end. Planning the winter wardrobe and doing it The new winter silhouette, together with alL the other latest Fashions, direct from the greatest designers of Paris. Through this department you can wear what is newest and smartest without making a great financial outlay. A complete Paris, New York and National pages of Fashions and 55 illustrations. will find a valuable Christmas forethought in these pages. All of these in this big 258 page issue- 1. A, R. WYLIE DR. FRANK CRANE DOROTHY Dix KATHLEEN NORRIS ANNE MARTIN REBECCA H. EASTMAN- JAMES MONTGOMERY FLAGG JUDGE HENRY A. SHUTE WILLIAM J. LOCKE DR. HARVEY W. WILEY DEAN CORNWELL GRANT REYNARD WORTH BREHM E. W. KEMBLE The Real Diary of a Real Boy Here is another boy who will set America laughing "Plupy" Shute. His diary, so delightfully humorous, is infused with a charm of other days when you were a boy up in New England, or the Middle West, or down South. This diary places the author, Judge Henry A Shute, with Mark Twain and Booth Tarkington the literary fathers of a few immortal boys. If you have a job, yoii are being watched Love cannot change women. But other things can; And those other things that happen every day, no matter what job you have, are the things that your employer watches. There is an heretofore unexpressed truth in "The Little GtrJ in Business." Another true article in this issue deals with a woman who made u tremendous success by sticking to a motto. Will Prohibition Prohibit? What is going to happen to Ihe patent medicines and flavoring extracts that contain alcohol? Will doctors revive the practice of prescribing whiskey ns a remedial agent? What brews may be made at home? These questions are all answered completely by Dr. Harvey W. Wiley in this issue. A reader service department Every one of the 295 different advertise- ments in November Good Housekeeping is part of a genuine reader-service department. Every advertised product is guaranteed by Good Housekeeping, the acceptance of the advertisement being subject to our own ex- haustive laboratory tests. And each one, fundamentally, does much more than tell how to spend money; the announcements show how to save time and energy; they insure greater service and thereby resultin realecon- omy. Think what this really means to you. for all stands Now!