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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta age Written anaax JNE CITY HOUSEKEEPER AND HER ' NUMEROUS LAUNDRY EXPERIENCES A Tale Without Any Moral. . Which You Will Recog-' nize as Your Own. WAYS OF WASH LADIES :: A NOTED AMERICAN BE4UTY[ :: jAre Indeed Mysterious, But Is the t Laundrytnan Any Im-' , ;-jorovernent3  By .WINNIFRBD COTTER. �iT� HERE isn't fi^olnp to be any r. ;l moral to-this-article, or-as far �f: � > as;! know at present^nny par-^^flcular ptjint. It Is ^just"ia recltaJ of a "kioronto hoiisefce^qr^a-atttrbws in one ,BPecin.I branch" of .dojtiestlo economy,] Said you may-gO'on .to>th� next artfcle lyith^ full , assurance ,-of.v^riot haAjlng missed any thing. of|.JmPQrtance in.tHis. � Mrs. Hortori." was. our'' lauritJi'eEs and ^cipci'lU. i4ii)iu^ *of s-J^,*c~sc2liv,�f&^ .three i>jears�ppfen'eU'' We went ^^rqu^h a succession '(jf Creche and .^feacktown livdlesi eneh 'ol -whom apr' i'�jjSai;ed to he JniiXnore jdesperate cir-iiSimstancos th(uj;ithe>|ast,, and.less dls-'Ho'sid to repiit.'her -fortune by the 'Micdlum of thfe, waahjjoard. ^ They ill refused to ;bc'�engBsed for less than a riiil%day,'but.'th%JtbegaJi about 9 a.m, ,�iid .drew to a close at % 'the ardors of,^'their toll being inlUgated by an |,'*^',i\tv^^e of four meals: Btetween. From ' ' itfaiyingftlhges of hlue and: yellow, oiir ^^pJolhesv.settled� .downi;tojf a .permement; ^WejFi-. memorials of the pegs-which 'w.v'e,assurance at least of their having; ... lEad'a; bath.of, fresh air...... / ^ ^ Ona#plhkTi-and! jwhlter youngf^pCT \vith$a really terrific burr in her, ' .^vaedK, ,1ji:ouKht,',ai,JSix->veeks-old .li^-ifint .along'' td,: whose � interests the ^clolhles^WiSltfet^waa'devoted, -while the �iiMUng,d ei-ohSihgJn'g confidences over It, that afteti;;. th^ socond trial I felt obliged to take measures- ajgiii^t - Its Teappearance.  - AiidUiifer East-En'der 1 ITT oJjlJofWlNG her came -another T'* E^sl-ehdei? who" scrnhbea in a bank from 6 tp*,9 a.m. and from 5 to 8 ,_____ The intervening .hours; jfore to b? devoted to ou*/lntei�stS.';; IleBpalr drove me to this rt-rangeniept-^despair and hope, for I h'u�,beep,ptonnJBed ^a siith share in a tlg1>ljr-T?�)mmended and highly specicQUed English laundress about to copfOT H^n esteemed ser\'ices on needy..^Ca^iada.-^ So I tem-pdrlzed with-'the bank laflK psnaing the arrival of t^e TEngllsb �pecla:}i8l, to LATEST FASHION DESIGNS \FR^ PARIS GOWN CREATORS WOMAN'S. OBSESSION DRESS. iDress. Dress. . , Idol.and fetish supremo Of the female rart of the human race; �Woman's nocturnal dream, Woman's diurnal thome. That' can.v cause her eyes tb beam With a Joyous gleam Despising, Eulogising, Criticising, Analysing, She harps with feverish, eager �� ��� stress;,, �.. ,� , .> On dress, dress, dress! ' I>ress. Dress. Dress. Bane of the poor male worm, ' - Who In ravings about It must acjCiulesce For-a seemingly endless term, "While the ladles compel the garm, Of madness to start and squirm In a brain-th^t was! shrewd and. firm � * � As, Bxecrating, Deeply hating. Objurgating, ' Comminatingi He wishes the world did no � curse -possess liiko.dress, dress, dress! whom I looked forward with an ardor; her subsequent ministrations fullyjjijs-tiried. There. ;-'was ' one > drawbfujk-rf there al-ivays Js-i-she was aVers'K "to giving general assistance in the hoiW-and as. under .her en>ert managemenv' the washing i'dldn't extend ver/ far' iJnto the: day,; time'hung heavy 'upon 'her hands. . "Of course.'^mem>. in Hengland there would be maids fbr hall," she explain-' ed. "An 'ouse^illke. this would >'ave; three, mem, jat the very least. -HitJsS different .houtv'ere"^an observation .with which ;;my...�LOwn more e-ttftmled experience tallies-" V - .Clrcumstances;iti,began to �:. improve' tinder her-r-ab!^;^'ministrations, .Aan^i our spirits > revived. The conxplex-' lon of our ralmei\t became several de^-? grees Hghteir,';.-verging on respeotabll-i Ity, when, onithftieVe of her fifth visiti* X received a.^not^ rcpntalning the Inform' mation that-as.'esli^ Sriever had a tmo-ment to herself'anyivmor^, she.,,was, dropi^ng off-some -of the work,, and-she hoped I'diisult, myself elsewhere;* ft; oortalnlyvwaa-.>a;;blow. I sought Ih; vain > for-the'- cillu^ My ,tfeatmjBnt.i.of' her, in reminlsdeStxfandor, seemed'to ma ;exemplary.ii.-i couldn't improve on It, I had pald*inisriptly, and Inquired-Into .the ages,:^,anm-euts,' and evenidls-^ positions of hernumerous ^progeny; wlthlnterest^^ not "to; say enthuslasm-vX: had' presented her 'with .garments-for the >Bame, v and fTiofealned  -f rem ^vgivlng.-the l^ood advtee-tmnr tremblecf^n' my tongtteuJ:There�wSatr5iothlnff. I'ooMld re-=r prooch myself 'wflKiiand = 1' fell back upon - that; for consolation-the, final and only; resort of all .wellTdoers.^ -As' for Judy; her frank, and :tdismayed astonishment proved h^r guiltless - of offencei'^j'No, it niust''-l>9:feven*:.a*; she had'said. Shs dj^n't'want so much'! work,, and'Ours r. She acaulesaed.'*'The driver fairly staggeredftunder tl^e jload; ;we gave him next Monday "moynln^;; but he received it amicably. " ' ' I had counted the cost;'or ..thought I tbacl, . mentally subscribed the - totra; lamouat hoping to ptachiiiit; ^ f > "Yes'm. and the pleceS that were/t^n cents last week are fIfte'en'ihl�,'iJs 1 "Won't do Judy," I said, flrmfy. I went over the lists,".MSHps,'frppi ;f wenty: to thirty-flve>,6iBiits;'''!i)Wjts.7fl^^ of the items. Ours," rihffSDla^neat and smallest,' - .were -marked�?;fcthIrty?flYe, Dahcing Childrett in "iijile Dreams," and Cleverest EMertaihment in CHILPREKAPPEARIMG 'fAl .JOHN GALSWORTHY'S "LITTLE DRe�M3^ C MARIE.COREUI IS SmLAFAVdRITE "Bak. Leads All British Authors-' 'TIas Just Changed Her , � Publishers. /JuLOWS NO-^EDinHG Of Her Copy by PubHshers, Who Must Print Her! Books as She Writes Them. ' A' ^^^BWi?days; iago -world here -was startled by .the news' that -Miss IStario Corelll had made a chaJige in publlsherSi; and that her 1913 iaiveljwas fo^ and Sold by Messrs..; Hoddet and S tough ton., ; This Is no ^ light. under-taking or triumph for any ,llrm ind' Is ino.'doubt due to the sagacity'Of Messrs, Hpdder .and Stbughtoa's/chief ,editor. Sir W.-.Robertson Nlooll,^ the-editor of *',The Bookman," London, ^"Wa^'&tX-tish .Weekiyi''; and. othefopublicatioiia. out Sd y^ cai^-d^^thllHeVtbe shrewd, kind,'genial Soots'-nstead ofj;th�ilronlns/';:*r('maJi who Vfound"'^^^ ".Maclaren, Ralph Connor, and mother now famous literary men. ^ , i-� o Marie Corelll has bcen^only ^i^ceeded In successful sales on one occasion by one other writer of recent years; Mrs. Ij'lorenoe Ij., Barclay, i, the author of ."The- Rosary," but Miss CorelU has *een Si ^ the "llterarj^ ^llmiBlIgfit't for.^^^^^^ .qu'artw of a century, and' her fdme, Jier vp^ularlty, and her sales' show ;n'o slgnsjof�dlminiiti^^ has; �{g^ibepal'di over to her, before she slgn8:^�ny.'contraot,'for,.pubUc^tion,i-^nd evsn\then the publishers are:.not permitted ito see a line of her manuscript They', have to print- what she - sends .*'liwls^^ to.'goodness I had the .handlliig of Marie Sorelll's new novel; ."Xou don't .think of Its sales In .thousands, but in |-tens of,-'thou8aEds,Voiid;feyeii*fh'undre^^ ot thousands, and I am oortdln-.that'lf Ij^othold of it I could advertlseut so ^yldely that It would beat the;'world's record for the best i3'elllng.iriQve};'v>(?XtfH6 time should I bo gambling -with ' my capital, I should be simply risking my profits, and I should only be up-against o;�e proposition-would 'myfproflis'vbe *20,000>or $26,0007 ^ ^"^'^SSfiQARET^oiiRIS^ \.: \'- DANGER Everything;else was on-ithe, same ^scale, r realized my fatuonsMBSs. ryffLB}oa the customary track, .and^-.nothlnjT but genius ever succeeds offi'the traclf. But I' had aat beside MrsV -Ty^ luncheon two days before,!'and UlsteMd to a highly InstruotIVc.;aisqul8ftlon''.on; the householder's duty' to .the. pumlc;, Mrs. Woblcott, It trapsplfed,^ wejgjjs every pound of meat -that come? Ipto her h.ouse'and hasn't found'an hopest butcher yet In Toronto! She demaflds, full weight and pure Quality in'^all her purchases. It costs -time,"' said' this) 'energetic lady, "and trouble,,'but so does - every reform. I do for.all of-y9tt;S.s well as for myself-moTjO rth6,n for,my-; self. If we all insisted op It we"*cofild-'enforce, standard meas'qre f^Jid" honest dealing."  " ' 'JFi'%f'^t''^^T. ' RangUpthe'I^^et^';;f QHE was right Ikn.!T!*"* ^ iJ winced in secret m^y^p-^iif of my; own deficiencies. It' -iraii/lhls; effect though, that I rang up'-,3iiVi�r!Sprletpr, of, our laundry and told.^lm plalnlj^^the NB of; .the- .newest: apd cleverest \^ 4 things to ,be ,s�eo. In liondum ; ; �; this season Is the entertainm'efl t given at the Royal Court Theatre' by the;, -Margaret-: -Mollis � children, ; To Jilaurlcsi Hewlett; and'ifJohn lOalawortiby and otheirfamoas plaiVwrights-havo'lent thte magictpf thelr;mliiraes?--stman discharged  our portion reason fqr dlscontlnulnK%th?i:4Vlv�t:,the PMtm^^^ iHrlce* ^oVc"e'rtTrol^ttlfli�� SUI^^o^K Sts^o^AWelft" a� /toa'rrep1mpfe.^�M l-�nck?,tohUn^whteh^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ � its.yaad have� InstrUoted,drlyeriXo ^tj^jfeint'j^jf Ive iC'ett^^^ If possible, as he wlsHeaffprjM sake to rectify sucji''�rpsi�,'%c. riess. a long-sUff* trying to eat li�q^'-^pl-dclj THou shalt come to me .at last!?,' ^ 'This dainty.wdtl^'baajpiroved-A, gre^t'. attraction both to'c^l^4[fi~and�growQ-up peopl.e-so griBiafe-lnideeia thait arrangements are �lreadiy' -In hsind tn ' take th� entertalnWoiit to- mo',01^-c the bead, on-ct said pretty' things.-' Th?n. to shovf off, I was give an imUation oi Sara hers�lf. I' shall neiver forgot, tile result! The dlvlnfe Sam rag^^j.', ,an.d funjed about in the uiostiindiylne sort of ang^r, H6weVer,4he calmed, Taowii afterwards and w�t'P,%t'^'irlencla,'W�' as jrou see I hiivejQ^SS^pottcn W ex-periencd" V .  ,i '^.j; / ' .Everywhere Misa /Mortis stamps her Indl-i'fduallty on iiii ,w9rk-^froij?' the , . posters,' which she /icdVJSj.hersoip, j^the ( pale green, effective ate|e;hapKl5fes,;>J;o \ the delicately tInteC|5S,te'^jlraeQia�iray / dresses. Some pictures* ftilo'vij'iftWjBntyrfIve cents -fflthout-^eolhg the'wtloles personally. This amount Is Ubiiibe1^>,J can allow. Hoping same iP^y^V|p�^8frtl6faotory, I am, truly .yo,ur^;! j'j It'.'.toolf^me some time ,to reboverl [l fiig 'havto't-'^ldod yet whether to return ,that '^a*ter>with a dignlflQd note,'Or jillCft-amod fi3 a BouvenlfrWhich . .: THE BBUTE ....... went upon.heir knees.. �!!;,! si^n of.", heeding,' " , ' Although he saw and heard�'-he-'Sat I I ' And oaTraly lyenti on reading.;-,' 'She hunibly knelt! * strange . fou'nd^ arose' , ,'' -As if for plljr pleading; V But,. iW!I sat.- - , u,- v'^i'lt*. And eilmly^ltopt-: on,readIn�.';4-ti \' -'j -IAw,^' Reports, _ revieiwS,, the fo'rolgnf?" - --pojW 'f . ' AcclAmtrf of crimes appajlinfgj!'' She*'�Hpw3->!her-irow, the'cloth'-�he"beia, ' >' .; � "S-he- wrung. --UU '.. drops were .0 . feeling. * �' ' ' i' '.I*.' , Aa^" �till she ati^yed upon h'er�. . Ani^ he �was aill ijntt^edlng, ' 5l| ,^'VV^hen M!ary sccii'btie^ his offlc'e" ' -"j/^ floor,,M'� f,j , ^'^'f:{ He calmly,Itoptvpn; reading. tsnown m an apprjjiinaio utM�.v. �a^dd-iectlon 'pt admlr(^ihly'jx^uXcd'dfliibln)s. >'liojya. Mlte^MangMS Mjjrrls ptfftlou'i' lariy^dlstkguIsliW/^^^.fty''^/ - ' Tlie pirograjm doeSinqt^^'OTt.lrely-fion-' iist of dancing awf -(�:]^^tttr-;Dreain� to th^ cottage, of a of^lbby old couplo on All Hallow's Eve. By the aid of a maglo a^'w'-by ^a-ring^ a;t'th^t'ArfjeoUons,,^ jThSyyWss. and iho^'oglr^f'biic&^mear^a-e. � ' ynJted;-oy?n as ,*^i#;pf|fif.*M?n. - J ^gmsol,ves,�Hill^too,.<;il|a^tjtfeMbody^^ ... . �Ut young in heart ^nd' onlecUon' f