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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta for By to dolnt nothing will mem content and mental as well as phys- deterioration. Nature abhors a vacuum..and the brain accustomed to work ilont; clearly defined llnci will, when deprived of systematic duties, low the power of concentration and have to. be forced to labor that It once took a matter of course. Therefore, for her own lake, ,-our 'firl-piust have eomt occupation'. I .would, call her attention to the fact that, first of all. she owes a duty to, her parents. They .have educated her. It may be at the sacrifice' ofper- tonal comfort and ease. The daugh- ter should, therefore. In planning her decide upon eomeihlng that will not interfere with her duties tpward her father and mother. If there are several other daughters In the home, who mean to remain "there until they girl may contemplate possibility of going; to another city or town to learn her profession. But ahe should do thia ai a last resort, and when ii aha 10 not needed It. the home heat. the looks for any profession or "calling." there U eomethina; she must letm ,n her mother's house. She should, make a practical Hudy of all branches of housekeeping and house- work, from dusting: ana making beds, down --or up ro ordering meals -and marketing; wisely and Until she has done this, she lias -not been thoroughly educated. To the thoughtful observer It Is found thj. country, Mn are In 'practical cooking. In rled. and through n0 the'm. check the earning capacity of the leiriti- some part.c- e'et study or occupation M lst that riri waj of supporting Harvey .Washingtoni.- 'Wiley. chemist of the" United ters such trenchant; that. I take the. liberty of the benefit, of-thevrlrl talk of mine Is -i He says: "v'V; "Poor cooklhlf ii'.V ational i graduated ind has come h'pine." SHE completed her -course, or graduated from a fashlonabla "flnlshlnir. 8he has come back to. the home, swspt and garnished foe her. other words', re- decorated; '.to suli the. fancy and ted i sate of the 'daughter of the family. What Is she going to 'do with' her' time? One thing is must apeciflc "to occupy hands and brains. During her 'scholastic career had regular routlni work, has trained 'herself to stated hours for study, for for 'recreation. -To settle seer must know how the work should done In 'order to demand skilled labor So, first-pf ail. let our girl deter- mine to acquire a practical knowl- ,of homework in all its .bnineheif. It Is her duty to'her sex, to her possible husband and to fu- ture: generations. Jn a recent statement made by Dr. ail "In THE HQtJSEMQTHERS> EXCHANGE IMPORTANT NOTICE n fOA USE of I He number of letters tent to the Exckangis, contributors to limit their com- munications to m wiorrfj, except- of formutiu or.rccifM tekick rtqairt greater space. I vent all my to a showing, in the: Comer ttitd.if my reyuett in thu respect complied with it will lie potti- Bto to print mrmy more totters, Attention Is railed to tke fact Marlon Borland cannot re- eetvt money far jmttvmt, at Mf no connection with, anu'di- that tellt them. Tomato Pilau FRT thin'strip until' crltp. ef rice irhfch hu -and picked tnlnutej bill into a irila' to determine: If .It Is done. If it be reilh- l.ndor. turn- the IlthtJy into'a hot col.nder -u i you .would poUtoes sliiki lo dislodfe every drop of witer and jet the-col.nder In the open ovsn for minutes to. ilrj-.th. i-fce off EaSi grain apart from the rest. boTH5 "if f, a" hms th' Our South .Carolinian haj iur thanks 1 and tht txcelltnl to 'A Chemist to the Rescue Baking ponder practical chemist honors Snlon7 bould Baking Powder Dough .ftand Before Baking- Itf wnlte. ?h.eriLon. Ttie Mcret ter, u mu f? It to ll.h It ft thine, melted lard A U added h> sonn ___ tFXt, Do he addi Boll turd-for ten mlnutei. Ht the wuceptn upcn an asbceicm mat and turn the na very low. Cover the KiiueepJn to keen In tne Cook slowly for three. quiricri hour without stlrrlns iricri h Tha ''contents should yen- drv w to serve; As cans are of i r, depends icy of r a .soft, inded for while yet in her father's home Is her mainstay and the support of her dear ones. Our girl must, therefore, take up Hne of work (n which she may perfect' hersotr. Stenography, typewriting, bookkeeping tcacl.inR. embroidery, mil- linery, one of a num- ber of occupations open to her. But to'tHfl girl who none of these I would call attention 'to the fact that there are many for women who are skilled In the care and 'duties of R. well-kept home. We all know of women caterers who excel In their business. An expert cook who will go out to.pre- pare "company tllnners" demands and receives high prices. r country. Doctor Wiley hits so squarely on" .head that I t'wP.i take the liberty of quoting at length ther another pregnant Into terrible Intemperance of ,wou bad cooking easily lead the world. The rich man who establishes a fund and flndi a way of properly adminis- tering; it to teach good cooking to the women of this country will do a greater than any man has ever compound. (0( Instead of'hos Imrf thl. Take but ch you would allow of but .1 compound with a plnth "avorlni Ha.ln, buten t cream ,Jd iml cnam In other and w on d uso thl- "hoctanlnr cheap and abundant. make efc 'Tackiug blankets in chest." to cere for the silver. Ilia, and diina; how-to prepare the roomer for the.night, .opening tht beds, laying ouMjathrobej and slippers, closing the blinds.', etc. JIany of us housekeepers, busy from morning to night with.our various avo- cations, social ,t demands, charitable) work, etc., would gladly .pay the services or such a teacher for a single dsj To some- one to show the new maid how" would be. indeed, i boon. Ami- SUMh clean, nice. sheltered .kind .or work, many refined girls ready to undertake It. What shall our s'lrl do? Surely thcrt 'art-numbers of which sHe may undertake But before- afar for art, literature and music.-let her-be cer- tain thit the work the Ml Fathet means foi her to do Is not close at home wait Inp far her willing' hand" id find'it. thai she may do It with her might FAMILY MEALS FOR A WEEK L CORRESPONDENT offers a menu for daj s accept, for the -hrst, day of the stuffed' date! -HftllbUt K SUNDAY BREAKFAST peanut potato j "Sweeping illh ln 3 (O.K F.rk IIO nwd ln and 'a m-u lOltl of tartar.-, tazurii kind cream acid, sclil caJclUm (phoe- eat with ol'lau Pilau jy MI fovi hM been I dd the Boll "Hoppin j Joliii" wpeaj or u Piece o( aak pork and i p this a handful of Boll hard for ten m Ban upon an sjAeaion very str Ths ites. Set the sauc mat and turn g; slowly for an hour (n ipan. dried In the No up under the num. of the m" table. at tht imith. Is wretched stuff, dlspleaslnt ani) lo lh? alwi" me of Charlotte Bronte', de- of Yorkshire "Tabby's" tht potatoes In a ".wrt of vegMaWe glut.11 .Tht rice murdered may do M .vrimb" To Tfaih a rice In two wattri; Tnen drop It slowly Into tiro nuartfl of Ktwp'upThl boll for twenty Seier rict wbllf It li in cooklnjv In Tour request pawed along" the Tim to be stopped when _ the, holder of the SaU her You have prepaid us lor any service we may be to render. Candied I lolets and Roses W'll jou or somebody In Corner let ira a reclpa fnr candyfnr and rose J F L (ElCijon C.l" The request Is referred to fa- nyilar with the dainty of which jou speak Selling Homemades lirht I am 5 the ssl how much dough will PI w 1 Ofle crt-am puffs, like UIOM aold bake" L B 12lfrf> iot ft' .bout where railroad men I whl? pin myit' herself, even if there does not seem at the present any likelihood that she will be caiied upon to do It. Not ago some one remarked drastically that every woman ought to have some pro- means of earning money so tliat she caji support the husband she may- perhups take unto herself. While, this was said in irony, it.is a fact, that of women In this'broad land be are supporting the men thcj mar One fcjnd.qf .work .that .offers itself to the girl who is an experienced, house- er Js lhat. of training The buaj- -woman who lias engaged a new maid and. wishes her taugrtt the ways of a properly conducted home hears with delight that there is in her city a young woman who makes a point of perform ing this She comes to the'housa when the new maid, who is to be cham bermaul arrives.-and shows her just what her duties are to be and how to.perform them properly. She tells her .how to make the the rooms, care for the toilet articles, riant the wait "on the door, take the visitor's card 'and announce the caller, set the table for the various meals nn nounce these meals, waJt on the table for brsakfae't, luncheon and dinner; how (3 pi fruit halibut fa- cake, tbait. KONR4.T BREAKFAST Saratoga petaKMf chtrry tart praNBR etluu soup atufltd braatt of TUESDAY BREAKFAST eft-over from Sunday) corn tea and eofTM. soiip In cold teal (a boiled ct> ..PINNHR milk Tomata soup, Kreen peas, mac .hen-Its .and cream cake WEDNESDAY BRRAKFAST Stewed dates, careal-and cream, bacon and fried and VoffJ. LUNUHEON- ncll and AHT S. X. Bur .Sort condlea ..hotel Oindles" and lay them upon tnt letter hours bofoni din- r.ST' POOm. In tht rtfrlgtw- riti.F'b Substitutes for Suiter A SOUTH CAROLINA Tmir Ittttr wr'lttn In ptncll o narrowly tacaptd tht naslrbaakct or, that account I cannot engagt it> rtad mtich le-s to ptndlti! notts "hen thty art nrltttn on both tldM of tht and perhaps signed In- itials alont, there la no of a reaxTlnir. Tou rlvt name, and'addrtti in full and write upon ont tide of'the Mortovtr. you art In earnttl In wlsWni to turn an hxrntst ponny or two by em- ploying your one talent. 1. When J rtad your Ittttr through I rot out my and welglted a loaf iht dtllvtrefl this morning. It cost S cents and If.wolihi just three- quarters of a pound.. Since 4 even I P0im3. -and Ytsterday 3 soun with gr nulled .na baked ah THURSDAY BREAkfAST BUn ten mlnutt. In a quick oTtn Thiy should bt %ery puffy whtn and of a golden, brown or of sny hind Pests in Old Furniture Flllina; tlbleipoonfula llh tnough milk t po-lllon t; keen-inaVti' b'ut" tin of beautiful rare old furniture In ronotlencf, I want to tell "t llgnl Into them 2 scant eupfuls of ausar and Into tnl, the cornstarch paste As soon as tho milk bolli pour It from th. .ajice PJ" "IrMtlj upon the mliturt jou Es UB sow., of ihi rsmilj heirlooms In form of the furniture I of I palntir... run if ._., _lcan and rane ntr rone Each room ic pcrti. mothtr Is old. with ua In our nfw time.UK I read In the Ex- ilr Ro In the use "t IffliiM %itu-ate all the ulivar nlshtKl wood Then cover the furniture with tarred paper and leave It fnr two tlRjs r r pan you not bo'rrdi somewhere, In which t. FRIDAY BREAKFAST eer il cmm fritd tea and mufflni. -toast. l li 1 pr haye made t aa you eannot-.f nee them su SSSSf mn I sst f t moat robust traeil has never aMc iJ of Into marlile. Havo. the syrlngo ready again- Fill It QLlchly Imt thorousMy nnd clond door and wlnifows. floe for lour naked eajrs. ntv-ed potatees. bean and trM aalad upon letluc, FrencndreSnarS is? DINVfcn W, flour wtnVintii tnat TomY. iituiin ciirt! fully tht Ingrtdlents In' baking ont of your ImvM and compute .the coat S. This It tht> raclpt I know of for rnattlnf ;