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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DREAMERS and sentimentalist! call. ours an iconoclastic age. it. Is. undoubtedly true that In the stress of jxwltive duties -and the face of stern J'HCIS we nave not dally with superstitious fancies ana imaginary obligations. In fne middle of the last century a grreat poer. "set the pace" for thought and action: Ute is real; life earnest. In. the larit lines of-ihe grand psalm he shouts the war-cA- of that real and life: thos? that.beat the_ air, Hundreds have, lost.-jiqsiUoiis.tliat aepmcil fellers oJ debt coinracttjd Because it was a simple impossibility to make one dollar' do the work of two. Housemothers have Known old r.nder the' stress of thai: 'same problem. One said To me "the same story: 'Unto him" that hath shrill be given.' My hus- band lost, through fault of his. a situation he had held with Jionor for fifteen years. The head of the linn had a whom he wished to put into, Harry's. plac-o. Tie picked a quarrel Trust no future, Let past bury. Us dead. Acs! act! In Heart within. and Cod That is the keynote of my. motherly thai today with ray dearly beloved con- whom, the ten rears oJ-our companionship have Into .kindred. One of the "ffood oid. passing of which- is lamented by above-mentioned sentimeatnl of making Xew Year reso- lutions. Our stre'nuoys corrrmon-stnal- ble day laborer (all real workers are smiles incredulously when oa- the practice, wus ea joined upon.'' Christians by the pal pit, and th e obey r.tne' Injunction inculcated. by pSous mothers upon their offspring, Jn -that hoary and raoss-grovrn "long ago." li mattered not .that these New Year resolutions to turn over ft fresh leaf and to record thereupon. In the sight of his-h heaven, the bettered thought and purpose, were1 invariabJy .broken and the very memory of them. 2oat before the next first day of January drove the Backslider to a repetition of .the farce. Tt was "the thing" to plan a moral and spiritual housecleaning on TCevv- Year's day, when, the rest of tha bills cama in. Franklin must have- had .the fashion in mir.d when he suggested to hfe thrifty father to say grace over "the whole bar- rel of pork when It was packed down, instead of doing It by driblets, three times a day. Be sure the boy had a strongr.bias a-t that tender age for the economy that came out in force in. "Poor -Eidtard'a 1 -J. would not speak irreverently of the of another year. Another poet To5C century-George D. Prentice ha'..maBRiftcent lines upon. "The.Clos- reminds us -It -Is a time for memory and Tor tears. Because; memories that will not down press the tears from hearts and eyes. I 'Street saddened souls in dawn of another .-cycle to look forward. Yte talked together of "royal readers" poin-3 .N'ow.'if ever, is the rally- for -Every .schoolboy knows the story of the Spanish adventurer "who immortalized .his name by being- the -.lin-st ot-Europcan explorers to clirnb the peaks of. Darien and to look from 'that the Pacific ocean. Behind flashed In the sun the tributaries .-of the Atlantic, over which he had yov- the wild hope of seeing the other sice of the world. Perils, hard- ships, the travail oC soul and the saffer- the purse Is light and food dear.-.Have you ever thought why .handiwork of short-sighted people it proverbially- neat? Seeinjr little be- yoml what Is in their niitters to tlielr thHr attention not wander to dlstractinj objects. There ii fl moral lesson In ihjxt. Look for it! One of the most charming- sketches that havi appeared In a perlociic-al for many a day is George S. Merrlam'.i of his dear friend Ed- wanl Everett Hale, jiublish'd last No- vember. In it we have Doctor ilale's in- terpretntion of his celebrated four mot- toes for everyday living: up with roy liushhnd-for that rc'iujoiv. and Tiiat man ride's to his place of business every morning lij his motor-' car. took his wife abroad and 'did' tHe continent In his own machine.. Uavc used up.--l.he small "sum we had put away toward :i rainy day and Harry lias just secured a, situation after six .months' agonizeil search lor cue. His; salary is-half of thai we had foe twelves-ears and LIIP, price of living Is twice as sreat. Xa- poleon said Providence Is-on the side "of the army that has the biggest Rims. In, the with those that. have, most .moriey." It. I were to. reveal the .secrets: of ,the.coHfesiioiial tu which scores' of other women have pou'retl to me telw: as and. b'uicr. this' aud not dc rward, and t. and not Iiawl. of th_e; body were forgotten'in-that ecstatic hour. His name and that su- preme moment are.forever linked ic'his- with tha peaJts Dear children! we stand today upon hw'shts a 'vasrer. sea and' one! :sifange to us '.tlvui t-he .wide western ocean .was to the rapt voyager.'We leave behind us the tmbeginntns of eternity past. Befurfl us.widens eternity to come. The sixteenth century adventurer. In Imita- tion cf the greater discoverer of Hundred and id' took" "possession of the new. ami the shores boundbis it In the name ol.hlg From, our mountain top we behold w-hat.is_ already'the em- pire or our earth Is the Lord's, and the. fullness thereof." in And here Is where be called "the gospel of royal roader's-prJa-A cip'.e' of. living working: and think- ing Toy. the day- comes into play. If wV-are "appalled by Yet the era upon which we are entering- consciousness of our own 'is somethins which never "was" before and that never will bft again. tt'hen stlllerT from thrill of tli at -mighty thought shall we ntK take counsel together, for a. little while as to the part each of us is to play Jn the space appointed to him or to cance; if we see tiny in- secte afloat upon, th'at wide let us bethink ourselves of the .blessed truth that we .are ,to sail but one -wave at a time. "have nothing to do to the rapt '-We leave behind us who has brought us .thus far'on the celestial take care'-for the mor- row. Don't vex your finite-mind tvith- ctuestions as to .hirf purpose? and his manner pass. Take him .at .his word -and. bend j-oiir ener- gies to the "performance of the duty that lies nearest' your hand. The year-that Is dead was tryinp to thousands' of wives' anJ throughout land. It, has hcen-.eij- pediilly so to wives' through the perfec- tion of Vfceir lovintj'syjnpaxny with hus-- bands against -financial -difli- culties and tha batttc or UCe as our, t-onl It'll) has been like the very-'- Valley of', the. -Shallow heaven-I could sot 'every ori'e oC" these the Mini in peak? of Darlen and turn the wan eyes. toward, a. briphr.- enin? horizon.'; '...-._ injv. motherly, ;is: .First.'and nliovd" hold, fast-to your faith, in.ihe "Father's wisdom- and Jove indi- vuluaHy! is for your.-tiest.' and truest .good. He does'. -Witli this persuasion..bound upon failing he-'irj, "nest fluty" with both .hancs'and'take short views back; out. and not in: 1 J-eml Said the. lover of his kind: "Thtjy are just a modern version ot Paul's 'Faith, hope and" charity.' To look up. and not is faiih. To !ook forward, anti not hope. To look out, and not is charity in thought. To lend a ..that is charity, in action." The trcnjJafio'n was beautiful in thought. -How the grand old man lived It out' to the latest hour of his bcnefi- csiu earthly nllprirnage a grateful country will not forget. Familiar Talk to th- count- less -libmes represented in our constitu- ency times and brighter days during the year that i> upon us. Jlore and loving is thf; flesire that strength and grace may be Rninted, by tlie hour to every1 per- plexed nnd sorrowing-, soul in the daric cloudy day to ,t. ACT: ACT: ''bY-the'llv'tnr pr'-scnt. Jfeurt within, aad OOfl FAMILYMEALS FOR A WEEK I A clever New England tale, by the Cod introduces us 'to one a royal roaOer without knowing it.-. -She three of 'daily use. pair she a see- oml, >do welfto- wear .the "nlgh-tos" MO NBAY BREAK'FAW Oranges, cereal cream. iejs. rice loan and coffee. THE HOUSE M OTHERS' E X-CH A .pork and purr (a ..corn Ic.ttuce und .cflrry ?alad. crackers and -cheese, dough- .nuts and Jam cocoa. DIN'XEK. Oyster, bljiQUc. turkey .icallopcd cauliflower nv.-cet poutocs. plum black cor- TUESDAY BBKAKFAST wd a.pplcs. ccreai cream, b ecge.- French toast, leu, IMPORTANT NOTICE SECA.USE of the enormouj number of letters xcr.t to the Exchange. I must ask .contributors to ilmic thtir com- ir.unicationx to JW xords, except sn casc-t of formulas or recipes which require prfoter space. I want., all, my to showing in the Corner, and if my rfijucst ir. ihis respect is ctHnplKd with it will 6e possi- ble to print wan mora Ictfcrj. The Girl Behind the Counter Y U iave a Of s for I be ma a iny- nish: , I Vsan IcttT lo ".if Is thst thnow ihe n-sl tmplo'ir I JW> (I mo itficr I hart In storr I asVed If K'hari not teamed cnocBh of rr.r .ib ivarranr in naKinz a ..f ih-Micht not. n-ver jmsrsi n. ?aiarj- In tho year." I M-av cftiins K .1. week paylnc a35 oat rf It. Jtimrt in his chair troir. his to then he had to over mo fcir tn th Jac-i and smJIciS very ftnovrinciv, of tta. ami coSei. and nutter. On Sundays nr caJjfs-and- sausaffes or .ftihcakcs. "The cuo'Klnc is -what ba expected in a fourth-rate boarding house. L ihfa :o you faon- we faro In the middle o' the day. Von don't- having' counter- how tired we artsr between four, and hours'- slanging upon a hard-. floor. not 'allowed Jo sit a pUrr. an4 In a rsw 1 yon have firm. This is n 5n warm .weathw t" whr> have a scanty supply of Ice or small Bacc Seruoves Rust Boil cupful of rice In ''Ctvo'ocartK of Ttatftr for thirty Lei it stand overnlrrht. and -t-traln throush thf Irnr.-run spots In the fcr Cwr or five hours, anrf rinjc In clear This -trJII Iron rust of Ions sumllns. To Bestore Faded Upholstery Brae dust out thoroughlr ".and brosh. Then with a stiff apply That ricewater should remove rust, and -soapsuds alimiwater .restore lost youth and heauty'to brocat5e anti cre- tonne, and a stcne absorb the moisture That take.- zhc form of thinss hard to be believed. Yet so firm 5s our faith in the judgment nnd veraciry of our correspondent -that we venture to print her letter and to advise the use ot the- preventives and cleansers she recommends. to iron one-piece suits, or anything very larje anil complicutetl. For cvprythinir. FmaiJcr I sit (r. a Fut'iaiUi height I find that sitiin; at my task en- Rblca TT.C to Jo more ol many work than if I lire- -nij-srlf .nu stnn.nne ACGl'STA K. E. "vVUlrout suspecting It. 'The Kitchen Walls can I succrssfully whitewash my first. I thought J' not nccps- sary. aj> th-; IB new. But noa- the walls arc smo're-stalred and I !ikr to clean them without the aid of a professional. J. H. n. (Verona, S. You cannot clean Avails without disfigurins: thnm. I you to scrub perfectly clran and paint thorn a Ilpht or buff. may wash that ovcry ?eason injuring the wall cover.. To Remove Paint From Woolen Sluffs a si .inlnjurrj material 3ike tlint which the pr.Int has anrt trith It rtib painl The spots trill vanish as hy ars at an1 j rnaj- print f: in your famiiy wJij-.-h b-; to. read by other who Tr'nat he any Mor? T until an and c Jhat I had -j: tvhftt-J -written Is Oxj> some of your mcm- M. K.-'KvaTirt.m. They are Just the little ihinys which are not trifles except In the opinion of the modest donors. The worth of simpies )Ske these Is Incalculable. Toa recollect the fab> oC uooper who picked a horseshoe on bitllefieJri and hunp It ahntu neck from a. corrt, HaMly had he ROI it fn place when a bullet struck It and jrlar.ced off harmiftssly. sa'd the man, "1 now perceive that a very little armor is sufficient, provided It be In the A woman" defined in my hearing' the other -day as "Having what yon want Jn tlic vtry nick of time. For. she added, "when one's ier lies to one's band at the pre- moment when one neerl5 it more than one needs anything else in tnc boVh illr.straticms to your you have passed over to other busy, -hoitseworkers one of'st valuable bits oC advice I have had the pleasure of .pub- lishing here. Forty years ago r wrore out a sentence which 1 underlined heavily: STAND WHEX YOU CAN YOLTt WORK AS WHILE SITTING." I subjoined to the pregnant admonition: "If I could have John's ear for a min- ute, .1 would tPli him that wh'oh would lead iiitn KJ .-wnicb you and to. exercise wholesome authority. John's pocket wbuM the heavier, his heart and yours tiphtcr anc! Vw-nmon's wmild not about in motorcars while you use. the rr-iJIcy jf of our members woultl" but c'oev the homely injunction. "Au- gusta iv. do more of.ail of -.s-CTk when .she has not 5icr spine ami tired hrr feet one woman complained to "fcnls if hor nccls v.-cre working uj> :p tlift of the neck." 1C mav use a'vory iliustraiion. 'I Jb.-u I attribute much of my absolute irumunity from malndk? thai hamper ar.d sifHict humlrcds of my stx to tho. practice, of duwn whtii husv in tbe kjtcixcn and storeroom. I .trained younp for the first qyaricr cen- tury of my housewifely Ufc. mado all.the cakes and and crranis-for our un'll-thry a-'cro- cnmpotcnt to vnclcrlako the. work I had a chnir of the right hcipht to enable me lo beat CPRS. etc., at my mfxfnir-Jab'e. A pa in anct aesln I have made pios ann lent a hand to every o.hc-r son of rookery in preparing fam- ily ffafif anrt arranyinj: for c'cmpanv pone Jhrou.vb Ihe {ion of'the day or cccnSns without recipe updcr. that If'it ripjiearcd in the Kxchanpc. careful sor.5 bas kopr. H wlH be sent in. It you saw it .elHewhere, If is pretty certain Ihai.ypU: will .gct'It. P.ll :hc 0ur arc as vigilant as they are LTJXCKEON" Saddle, potato potatoes (n thin Veart ami bv.ttcr. cake, ifn. Pop May-.ih reader of rhe contribute rcclt-p for UKier- niilk pop? Tils 'has w.-n 'hajijca In fasnify fPcni a VYork'-'stato" Dutch, KfaniJmot'nor. Urine any wntjtUr'or hutu-rmllk that in fcr tJio In a Sah lo lastr- in corrimcrsl to a- ihlck "purer." as the Trench mil it. rn nl.Tiii EtiRliJh. this ncli-.tns: but" too ihfn' fnr fryinp and "with i'f wltlt Thru. ,irr Turkey rark ec ._ __ Uvcr. fplnach mashed lurnipn, chestnut pudding, blact coffee. WEDNESDAY BUEAKFAST cereal and cream, snunge crltlcile cakw. .oaat. trn and cottec. I.UKCHEON Vesfsrday'B In rtips. cliwsc fondu, OitMc crafiam. tomato toast, anrt ;ca. DIXXER "iiic'Ktn FOUP upon cli'.cken multon chops en casscrDiiv o.-tnncil srcen peas, mashcrt potatotf. prun% nut Jo.Kj- and cake, black THTJBSDAY y.m 'ptlt in any 'klml ,-f r fancj-." MAT C. Old Redpc for Ginger -Icr ma and sj-rup, :oost, tea, 1 far the fJschan'e a request hccr. Kft'rr UIXCHKO.V Mlnc-r nf liver toniai-i (a poiatocs, rpe and Ir ri nolicrs cheese, hot plnjiro anJ write for an hour upon without cxhnas'inir It. :_.. T cur v-'terans wouUt sprak tbeir own difcworics alons Jlno. And that our Jv.T-.iors-wnulsl adApf the Calient plan wlifrh "Atifrus'ta K.'. E." evolved from her clever brain. As shn did I The fact that l" nart thouir'it and put jt InJo active pr.-sctj.-o was horn does not Jnvaiidate hor clafm to Ibe patent. wiU Housewife's Patent TOT; Jnvfte hricf crtnuihntteiK Jhjvf r alwavs to irojx. Of I must slauj any in that Kft'rr may rcdsicct? .-uxo-dlnc tiv It Is vry oirt anti -a RCKhl reuMjxr. I Vr vc.ry will it ;o Mr-i. J. hrttir. !lic Jcinnn and norwy. with the 'if thp water, Strain the m'.s- ture efUVacI'l the -nrlitto of sn sn ounce of Union, Let Jt istanrt fo'ir <3av? rVforrr It. JOStit'li C- You haca truipht us how. to m.ika.wtia: nmst be a refresh ajro and'i shourtJ a's -a --boon fhc bf drink" to their ptx-k of tcjr.pJinfr SfncD the "f N'aah until now, WhT HW .13 Sf; "O "be "dWinscrt by tb'ft l.ovln.c mother of lonstiiip for "pomsttJiiijr -to drink" lias MsM Jf? in tbc'hii- mnn system. AVriy r. in men than in women may no: be platis- fWy Thff facr remains that Jhiratv.boy for the coolinj? ('.rausrhl tliAi w'U ticSlc the palate. In- stead of icnorinsr or ft. wjso T-arcrst sratiilcs 5t with puch as sincer bbrklverry vine pa the. like.. Sweet is non- JntftxicinV ah't, -by a majority of chil- A i? mnric by addinp to cfncpr or ale leroonarle.. arnl mint -The Ste'fs in last, jrrst before the !s served. .TuH'inn'- soup. porV sauce, brownc'l pnt. onhttJ, rice .black wM RREAKFAST wrcal and cornmca: mufflns. tea and coffee Clam not potato rrack-rs. cream cheese perry tea. hees OINXER nallbtit. frlod hom- iny Imifan puddiac biacK cofiec, SATURDAY BREAKFAST cercsit and crwim, nnj.Tmy. toant. ta? ard LUNCHEON Creamerl ffsh