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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOMENofPJHE NEW YORK WOMEN ARTISTSf RAIN AS CAMOUFLEURS TO HELP UNCLE SAM Bill as Yet He Says He Will Be Able to Gel Along Without They and are Achieving Some Remark able Results the Wilds of Westchester Jimp Corps at the allowing one Ml other ilny I jmt on my oldj officer cnmoufleur to rncli will choose his own assistants i from the To them will the material from the such i material to or tlte Womens Corps thousands of j copies of some one of the model rock i with farms until the land within j and suits on which they are now working on tho field days that j st clothes and my widest slioes and my hnppiest expec and went for tramp Into the of Westchester that in between is that used to be covered air i lir miles of New York prow too valuable for plain John Smiths po said my friend as we walk ed iiionfr the road in the afternoon were on the right See those footmarks Theyre wo mens even if thry did have flut 1 think they must have I inarclud in they seem to have covered the road so We out on a real We were to the regular weekly field day of the one and only Womens Reserve Camouflage You know perhaps that one show in York last winter as n ticketsales point that one could attend with the cer tainty that the word camouflage wouldnt be mentioned during the course of tho I believe it hasnt been overdone in slang and story north of the international bonn ilary but there is a specious I cleverness in the smooth of n i new a lrench a i military word that inevitj nhly leads to its temporary overj capitalization in New j Never Tire of Real Thing VT real one could tire One sees it on the this harbor as one watches the outgoing traders and Real is follow their lectures on the BETTER MEALS FOR ENGLISH POOR AFTER THE WAR Womens Similar to Those in Organized to Promote Better FACTORY MEALS HELP Workingmen Will Scarcely Re turn to Poor Except WeekEnd B Che 15 ON THE TREE TRUNK LtfWO EOVN PARTivIULARlf me Post COULD 5E MAINTAINED Why Not a Few More Shelves Housekeepers Would Find Their Greatly Lightened by Mi i rambling I MOLD THIS orr A BIT toy IT Ctc bsing studied in a minor way in the nnd there are several semi official courses in camouflage in New mechanism of modern the principles of i All this is a It such as that at Columbia tin llas women cnmouflellrt There is only one for to come to thousb i and that is not official of hem j or even In the i ror a thov now I War Department has repeatedly as the tlling it that it will have none of these I pf pioneors who to j women oamoufleurs forgetting j the moils were the repeated assertions of but wouldnt stay tin belligerent aliy converting their present instruc tor to the need of teaching What They Have Done tlie little crowd in khaki who had no use for women in other semimilitary and now accented These New York photographers have it under the wide June sky out fixed in the backs of their in le of Westchester are ap Js that they will be wanted later Proacmne their SAFETY FIRST of the leave men met an army in last In spite of the difference in the shot out the glad hand and Paid how are you Are you asking as a private or as a member of a medical was the strictly between Im feeling pretty but int an official capacity Im a horrible Listening un and that if they dont get readv lmve distances for mapj By MARY IKAllAit always suggest the rambling houses of our grand mothers with their spacious linen cool and lavender scent and their cupboards stocked with jams and jellies for the But iu the modern apartment shelves are I seldom thought seems so little room for There always j is to be far above the top of the kitchen china inacces hot and only too often I We use it when have invested the hand of I 1 Canada is reaching out to brlirhtcn the lives of the workins classes In that great body of Kngllsh life which be fore the war was strugglinc more or less impotenlly to attain the influ ence and consideration it At the rate of twenty a week wo mens based on the or sanlzations of tho same name in are being formed throughout the Organized wtth the intention of improving in the rural they so affect ing the lives of what are called In England the lower classes that the Atles are reflecting their In no detail of home life does the new promise so much as in the meals of the working lutho simple act of teaching women to cook lies tho most certain alteration in the atmosphere of the the surest impediment to the monopoly of tho corner which has attained in Kngland the name of the working mans The general stains of the culinary art in England could not be better revealed than in a recent letter ot Lloyd Oeorge to the news ursinK a remodeling of the entire fabric of the household as Many Big Problems for the Kitchen Cabinet to Solve M That Conies Before the House Demands of Domestic the Spirit of Recklessness Has Gone Out of ORAV out all he details of u t crime with care and Sho sits down with the eicg In her hand 1NISTERS of Interiors In son nro having a luirrl lime ministering to Interiors in jnnd meditates upon Its past these days of hlith prlcqs nnd food nlly a Olio must give it nil Never before In tho respect due to old ago and hiuli tory of our country have Interiors loomed so so hungrily nnd so or the wherewithal to de corate them been so Afen hnvc entered into Ihe hitherto feminine game of planning for tho next mcnl with wonderful No limn worthy of name Is ivoing to sec his three square meals hop over the fence and disappear without a struggle to overtake and woo thorn tmck even if he has to use u ioe or a rake to do With all their women never been break mendf The of some break them of some of and some just break Uut it is the speaker of the house who is stunned speechless by the oC her She must anxious sessions with her A soupbone is handled with revei onceH is put through tho third de gree and given a clean shave before it 7s superannuated nnd reluctantly handed out to the family Tho reproachful look on the dogs face when he tackles lint forlorn hope makes a woman blush for tio way In which she bus overworked that She ban a guilty convic tion that If there wns soupbone it would have gone on strluo for shorter hours long It was hard for a womun to see ryo to eye with a potato this time last year when she had to pay as high JIH n dollar a peck for She con sidered herself badly Tho piice of onions brought tears to Her eyes at the These iwn commodities have come down olP their pedestal and mingle much nioru freely with us this i In these censored days when even kitchen run Idyling of the Kings is it oyists and the excho of and it is going to raise u em that the opening of crop of thankfulness in their hearts the harvest dnvq f Kvery now tlley colno backl basei1 one u most important nuv to aid their country in securing Invisibility or at any rate nonhitta bility for its soldiers at the wont be ready to respond cred itably when the time You know the fundamental laws of Where it is impos sihe to altogether as may sometimes be done with a gun em Ihey have made sixfoot thorns under a po idels of a whole with plaster mod every rock and tree put in to They have built wee ammunition camouflaged and photographed the They have dug real trencfies In Westchester mirth if ter of fools Is like the crackling of heavily in a sale of winter canned only to find a few weeks emperUure was too torrid and all our cherished aspara gus has But there are places for shelves in a modern apartment that our nn Iccstors never dreamed Try put ting a little one over the kitchen and see what a blessing it is j always to have salt and I flour and sugar within reach and yet well out of the Try a set of book shelves instead of leaving Books and magazines strewn about over the tabla nnd I IT A Spectacle for Mirth UK sight of a camoutlcur crawljtlie thc raost convenient spot can be securely hung on County and made real Lewis ma chine gun They have ing into an oilpainted tree suit a spectacle for could forget jThe weird thing is built out of cot jton of any color one with ad and thus occupy no tloor And why not a set of shelves for shoes Too often they lie on the closet floor whurc the dust settles on one tQ wffer liluntly she declares that as a nation Kngland lags far behind other nations in household And if which had for its aim a direction ot homo life into channels profitable to a country in war or was re ceived with common Our says a womans rtnrivallcd It wasthe fashion to be ahonscwife and to feed and look af ter the Then some strange idea rose that everything connected with home was save the mark I1 The younger general ion in Eng land has never learned to The custom has down to the low er middle that to know how to cook is the work of servants I quote not only from personal ex but from the public admisj sions of writers and n j the ordinary work of the household j the monopoly of the servant might I be of trifling but in cooking it has Introduced a condi hft risk of losing her her twin Chins and her To maintain diplomatic relations be tween the lobbyists ciucr Is problen tho budget only bill that comes before the house de mands profound study of domestic One hears shockingtales of the waste of but if there is it is not in the average kitchen tho cooks waist is smaller thc spirit of recklessness lias gone out of AVhere a plots to assassinate an egg is well for tho city men and women to get back to Jt is not1 go ing to hurt the land any if a few moro badly needed mouthfuls are gotten spheres They will lose nothing bv n sum on the farm as workers Tor they will get a view of life lhat they never had and could get as visi They will learn that bread is not That no matter what or whore UK tHey must look for it to come up and not That life can be sustained only ly Ihe sweat of brow some browThat thc best way to save daylight is to use more of it a rule that is not ap plicable to any other form of REMEMBERED THEM SllEAKlNG of her American ex re iriarkcd recently that what struck heir most was the almost amounting to shown by the boys and girls over there towards their I hope continued thc famous that the story a New 1ork broker told me is ex Where have you been he once said to a young lady of eighteen or thereabouts whom he had not seen foi some little I have been to Rochester to see my father and the girl iy jovc the broker exclaim And liow did you find said the 1 knew where they one has to bend and scramble every A Swinging Crutch IsNowBeingUsed Weight of the Body Is Supported in a trutcli NKW crutch for melt who nave I lost a leg is described by Tho IjiiBdon Ixuicel ns the wlbrk the camoufleur must matle these ver in miniature jditional stripes and blocks as fancy j morning to find the proper lhek plaster and hidden Since everything is in the Tho would be easier to reach if they break up the outline of his object obliterate or prolong or otherwise niter the value of its shadows irri tate the optic nerve of the man who jes in shooting and them with various borrowed and ori Marys origina were set in rows on shelves well above nls There have been class tion stallds as a cmnce afford a professional he and his was partially the result and cause of ifessional cook therefore i bought some i children go H etl o in in order that tke city wearietl nerves of the camoufleurs should be toned up for the expected strain that will come later Today Is a sort of general with a of Though the camoufleurs are as businesslike as a lot of khakiclad men would be I must aim at By proceeding along these an ammunition a a may be so altered as to if not at least a minimum of adaptability as a target for bulls Paying Own Expenses THE Womens Reserve Camou flage forty in nie paying all their own expenses no visionary Joans of But and are studying under jder the very laughter is an inten cess as Johns for that when all individu al experimentation is the class will combine lo produce one or two models will submitted to the floor and protected with a cre tonne nmlnin from the In the living rooms there can be a with draperies to match the lamp shade or sofa cush i placed over each radiator I to provide a place for When I told them I was aCana ash receivers and some of the dian the camoufleurs asked me if any of our women had taken up this when discipline is to he ot War Sit thtre is plenty of laughing and on the cUge a ing in between for these are uhlne guil emplacement oil which I with the st Tlst New jsity of application to the the recognized instructor of a mens camouflage class drawn from among those liable for draft on the next The girls are specializing on the construction of suits for ob snipers and gunners at the They have no desire to get into trenches recog nizing that men are better fitted for such but they and no does that there a notable future ahead of the woman fekillcd la be on to assist in the assembling of materials in the big studio factor as their instructor ex prohses They are paying out real money all they have in some cases the expectation of being call ed to He believes in them in what they haVD done so in what they will do before the course is Home of the New York papers have run funny skits about the farnPKteyed little one Sunday edition even wont thc length of headline relative Perfect Out ut ol it is a very easy thing to he funny at othti peoples smouldering lunch camp fire behind inn and the appetite of an earnest dinnerseeker well in foreground of my I said they but i was sure they would just love it if they ever tried Was 1 right in that or have they taken it up liltle thinga we all like to look at but often keep put away because there seems to be no room for Cooks should not be kept near the heat because it ruins j And who has not struggled with bookcases in because of refer I encv books that must have a whole shelf must be sacrificed with a few gigantic volumes at one end and a lot of smaller ones toppling The workingmans meals before the war were almost monoton ous and For breakfast there was probably nothing warm so that he was driven to the street stalls for his food apd and to the bars for the artificial warmth and refreshment of if be breakfasted at home kippers were as regular as hjs morning His dinner and supper were largely com posed of cheap bread and It was at thc is as definite a in as wcekend camo his feeding The WeekEnd TUrt weekend holiday orgy Christmas is in For those over one another and gaping spaces I two days everything was factories from noon on No one with any social pretensions or n few spart potiii Is remained In Lon Bourne Torquay and not so far distant all the way across to the other end There is no reason why book shelves should not be tucked into every available corner in the narrow ones for the few odd refer lalSe shal low ones for the tiny volumes iiiv only too often tucked away and lost and slant IT sometimes happens that a man racks for magazines and news ar an Ilanluns Ioint irom Toronto In tuimH of convenience and Tho deprived of that form of luxury and Che breaks his bank s behind the America has de Ive done aud I to split up her present Cumou as In Solomons the laugh recognized by a great Tho prevailing plan was to purchase no meat or next to dur Ily Vrniting legitimate places for ing the but for Siiiiday to hnVR that otherwise would be out of one can gain an effect of spaciousness and and give jveii small city quarters capacity I and green grocers In tho poorer dis u hold u great deal without seeming n imieo on Sllrfrday ami of her vmetablis cook others o be eaten Prepared like fish or meat in glass and such foodstuffs that saved were the standard for five days of the Until the war interfered dripping was1 the worhingmans but and often the jam himself und his He prefers it any time to The greatest difference in his food has tho result of tho factory where ho is enabled to se cure regular of proper com position and sustaining lie has learned from them what pos sible In almost luxurious living at small and the effects feels in his physical Peace will not see him return to old makeshift with one day of over With thc higher vvages and tho of a knowledge of cooking of food values then enters bis hfst of a sane without the neces sity for outside conveniences and luxiiricK which reached their highest level in bin experience in tho national with ra tional wages and arational social level are certain to be of the fin est of the tch for melt who have o Lcincet ns wlbr of Waller a dental sur who has receptly hit pn the idea of applying the of tho swing to Crutches A swing is hung between the crosspieces of pair of iu such a manner that a lame man slta all the time he ip walking and can rest every few paces Ourlng his per thus saving much pres sure under the The idea is very but had never occurred to any Crutches hitherto had re mained almost unchanged among surgical appliances save tluit thc tops of their staves below the cross pieces bad been divided into two halves sub sequently lo the time when thc Ren aissance painters depicted these sup ports of the lame in pictures such Raphaels Fetor and Paul at the Gate Tho addle which supports the weight of the body on the ischial can be easily raised or lowered to suit the itaturu of the A decided advantage of thc crutch should be the acceleration of as exercise In open air can be taken much sooner and for longer periods at a time than is usually WESTERN genius 4ias invented a for restoiing old A preparation for restor ing new umbrellas to their owners fill a longfelt XtlVKIt JOU TT is never loo late to learn Hint you may he too a iolnt of ample proportions an the iitc of the From Friday noon to Saturday whim the pay en velopes were the butchers j Sunday was j five days of o I Monday 111 urn cold leavings dinary And on miynt be either the or Wouldnt Helped Wlcih Th mimnrallon 1 visible Xowi who iliidi Vnt ll10 factory whore ran tin I I ii l i raiulniil iihtii said Then havrsuld thfB biliiiu Then I lie winilii have rilL it ulT i I I Mai JK4od 10 so Ghosts MllK childrens BiaiiJiniitlier lutl Jclieil and as the children uld not go iieiW her room their Burlap and Wire Woven Into Camouflage Screen by French Women French women are currying a lenalb of curium liurlip wnven in inish wire thai in yoiny tu the ii ia used as screens for muchiinj yuns und look out posts iu w mother HiuiiKht it would he a yooil plaerto keep iludr winter of Due day used five an Von can it if you yet it said bis In about five minutes Jackie to b ship treii sales on Ihat dav are a mere fraction of those of other and where tho general physical depres sion if un expression of thc license of tin day The workliigrnrms children seldom ale unvthing but bread and butter until night wheif thoie was added jam or and always Children in Kngland iliu same as their Kven to day in the poorer districts the streets thiontr with children on their wav to paling great chunks of bread And the only break fast they ever in why ra tioning bread will bo Ihe very last food ruxtrlctlon of the Fund ContKl Itr the working classes regard II New Invention Makes Fifty Yards of Bandages in a Minute MM IK machine being operated by this nurse is expected to evolutionize thu inaking of gauze It in the invention of of Hus and 1ms been Installed in the New ICngland Surgical Dressiuua Com mittee According to newspaper the machine is working very It produces two sizes of folded one four Inches ami llif other three inches nnd I didnt ni1 mdhlM in1 a tbc very UP ii Sbaw To tui of f i j i K The inaihlno Is of t depending on thu skill of the which a great duuJ They folded eight or four turning out yards of buud 4 lazy ur indifferent housewife 1 ihtm Uiu usual mulhud of baud ;