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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta CITY WOMEN ARE ON THEMFENSIVE Country Women Do Not Un- derslancl Problems of ihc Cily Dweller. WASTE ON THE FARM Much Greater Than in Average Cily About Farm Gardens This Year? IE) you ever sil la ill a 1 ot csrJs, and just when you wen? tryins your very bfst tu make the most of a Ivor hand hive a onlooliir iry 10 lell SOU which caul to Tllal Is nbout whin as city houuwlvcs lltio when Ihry read Ilic advice or.d criticism whirl) ihe farmer Iiulies have bron prMcnmiff No doubt tlrelr Jiiientiuns arc- ecoJ. come of but they know of our iirob'.ems? Thrill1: Why there Is more thrift priclictil litre Toronto thtin ever kiioivil in rural districts! 1 Snow It. for I hAVe been in both places. The coualry woman is not econo- mical lUth rceard to food. The -Will pail at the bai-k -loor of a bouse pets enough ?oo-.l to keep a city JaJnllr each Jay. Of course, they will lell you lhai it not wasted. >t to fei-J ihc piss, arai they must be ffJ- Hut i' a pig depended on the nee hit ct car bare that the averase city woma throws away cart, nay it would be a lean pip Indewi. The woman who lives In country lias cr.ousrl) food rijht on her premls.'S family. No inaltc-r hoiv she Is Eho can wee- unless fhe Is utterly shlfllws. imagine then n. triaow -61 the- city trying to keep hfr little ones on the dol- lars she Kin make. She will have to live risbt In the city 10 he near her work. The rale or rents -..111 al- low her o. mom or maybe. r.ot a little slick of ground. Nest time one of you country women pre- pares a meal, just count up what you would have had to pay In the city for everything which you have grown ARE FARMERS' WIVES THRIFTY CITY WOMAN'S COUNTER-ATTACK Famous "TJorQnto, Tree .And Its Sweet Romance "HARRY LAUDER, MOURNING ONLY SON, PAYS TRIBUTE TO EMPIRE'S MOTHERS Poncl on the Givj'nnc Estate in Toronto "The Guarded Elm" on the Gwynne Estate A Legend of Love and War Attaches to a Canadian Elm which use at thai meal. EJy JAS. EKEIjTOX. "UST ouLaide iht- ILmiLs of Exhibi- E'ark, in the ol Toronto, and wiLhrn ii siones trow of the Menu r's cheek paled "at the of iliis Tlie day c-iuue 'A Mother Never Harry Lauder Grcal Scotch Comedian Gives World a Glimpse Into 'the Holy of Holies of His Own Home, Where a Brave Soldier Only Splendid Tribute lo ijie Molhers of the Empire's Fighting'Men. when ihe lovcra must, say good-bye! Tu the old rim tree they.'repaired, and lierg, under Perhaps you will come to the con- elusion tfcat-lhai city wldov mun have Mine Mcrci whidi you do not possess by sllt hcr ware rounfl." She Nearly Strips Us daiigbler wrpte an article a irhllt and when siarieJ'oiit ;o read ill thought what a kindly, Etuible woman'must Iiave been the writer. Hut before she hnll throuch she starts Inio u? poor city housewives, -looth nail, and she nway ncw cloihcs our loJst- hair, our phone, poor John Chines ajjd even our breakfast grapefruit, aod she tor- i htracli and rural Eisicrs, ar.d the ihinss Hint they should do without. Riu we hold no grudee, because wo will aomU Lhai can always spot the Irrlok 'taier peelings in our neighbor's can, but are blind 10 Uic nice EOUJ> bone ITC hive deposited in own. Ii's huaian pfiture. BFforo 'yrlher, I bii htt- daughter kiftr ihat J keep my onn house, mind m> own kiddies (but not filwuys ni> OTTTI bUEJness, AS bak "jni' launder, and do an other little cHOrisMnat "nave To b done, bill, bey eve me, if eircum nances meaning fUDds In ihis _ Ufa 1 J ial Gate.'v there stands apart Ihe ktndly hrnnclics. where fo uuny a suiiely, eljn tender confulcnces had been ex- nboul whlth anrt romance changed. Ihcy plighted irotli. Annj-'s hive woven a poignant and loach- rodB away 1o the human love and war in so the story goes days lone Many years ac ihla tree stood among its fellows on Ihe estate of the !aie Dr. William Charles Gwynne; a eklKed sui-geon country: Jrom wno eiDlBrated-Lo reLind and Lwk up his abode on outfJUrls of our little- pioneer- To thfi goo-J doctor and his harmiiic (a. gramldaurhtcr Or he laie Chief Justice W.' D. Powell) rere born four uhUJren. and 'in the course of time The quaint which was built by thodoclor ar.d watch, aficr the lapse of scvt-aty yeans slili came a centre of the smart social life ot the city. In no small measure this TVIE due 10 ine popularity of his duughEer, Eliza Anne so It proved, to return! Lone, sileal ycara passed: years of hope deferred, but always renewtd Anne's beauty remained, but she was uo longer th'e as of Other lovers 'she gallant, jay rind devoted. But, while smiled upon all ol tlK-ni. none would she wed- To lUe old irce she. would ollcn repair, and upon the rustic bench about'its trunli'-Jlic-would and dream her gallant lover, liv- ing the precious thcy had shared. To lier soldier-lover Anne "Givynnc remained irue until death. Tij FTARP-V I-AU11KK. ITT1XG In 'tiy Sl-andcr on ono -sldo of the fire and I Iho oilier Fiilc of Ihc fire came to iho conclusion that I niiyhl. Fay a fi-w lo the 1110- Iliers of soldiers. 1 may mentioti lie-re thai.Mrs. Lau- dc-r ia a great aucl far clcvcicr tlian T. And it was nrjturnl when 1 (hou.Efhl of writing a thing as this present arlick- lhal 1 should nsk her advice. Ro you'll understand llial the fotloiviim- words come equal- ly Mrs. lender and mysclf- Xqbody but a [iiothrr can undc-r- sht! pives up when she give's up hcrcson. There's, a. lie be- ..rceu '.father- anil sou whicli can never he 'broken, and the IOFS oC -mi -s me Vrjtn'a pinning, brofc- lonely romitl' the heart ,m were iny'boy and I. Kill ihc mother's loss! ily dear bears ii very ciuicily, ami quictly al such as these shi tolts [nc 11 Ilttft of what ahc feels. From blnh up Uic child Is so near the time when sonie- nee. layc Gwynr.e, a strikingly btautifril your.s woman Wacious and fun-loving brilliant even as Ehe was prelty. History Repeating Itself BtiT the sentlc lady did not a'low her jrief 10 impair her nntivc kindliness of spirit. In the course.of swi..................rf ..._. years Lha girl-swccLhcait tieveloprcl a.iy nlyhl her thougliLs arc him. Such h lo-rto'willi rcciling rnin'ling and Such mils "It's a to sVic (oils her luishan pliid and "fcKTful wonder: "He's L man, ncvr, or as case inny be, I do At hfs Just a wee bundle in And how she luis'io care Ihcnl Ivvrry. momc-nt of I Into a gracious vfoinaii.- whose pas- sion was Ihc relief of dumb animals. The ohl Itorscs upon the hoinesltad'were her peculi.i are a lot oC thicgE I wouldn't do, aid I should spend the lime al Eome other worii, p.nd Klill super- MED my home nnd brine; up my chil- dren. An'j- can affoid who" iDAkes a. sla.ro ot el uncongcniaJ work, is- us foolish as a man who writes own lo s.ivc the expense of A r.lenegroprier. prapo fruit? Al present prices grape fpiiir ic So'iFr It is not to be wondered at that to tbe hcspilable home came many a gallant to sue (or the hand of fair Anne. Among these none more ardent in his wooing than a certain yours ofiicer of the garrison in the (ort hard'by, and among all her orlmlrcrs the youns" lady showed him the preference. him oE a summer aftcmDO-i ehc would roam the patrJ of her farter's lato or -wo-j'-il paddle up tTie Ilumbcr Fiver to picnic by the litllft rapids crape fniit? Al present prices grape l n_ ffnlt is be'.Ur' wr-home-gTOwn near stone mU- Or wjwn Canadian And I Jiavrjrtntcr It with Ice she would proi-cti.it. grape fml p maKin; hni nf baby lolhcs: Sucli a ccnselesalwalcb and care. Many others, not her ov., of whole hard cssc she heard, were lo keep away the Ihousjncl sent for and pvrn the freedom of lililc; ills lh.il Tcsh Is iicir lo. maye Those childish hands still pull ul her tirr, She remembers Ihc boy growing up n pang PhD had when first his In this clialr he sal; l nt he GIu over was an ink oncf. lil? bedroom- Seiited beside him Oirre fiho oft- inios. crnOLied u low SOUK until Hie Utlc sleeper stirred 110 more, ami he room grciv t'.iat yovi TRAlNMOtHERSTO TRAIN KIDDIES, League Has a Novel Idea Back of Mother Serious Problem, ,XMES AND STORIES' and All Receive Special Child Con- sidered Sepn.rn.lcly, Hy ilKATIIIC'i: UK. who Is' Millrerlor of the Frorliel Lcair'ue, .was tilllliiK In her_ lillthe siili'tnlul biJllilhik- of tlio, racue where, education Is orracil Into c'uch :i (ascliiiillnB- >rocess. "The leat'uo was ulartctl br: iiilall sno explained, 'nnd 113 flisl Slieijeslioii re.ally.en.'nie Ihroucb a doctor tcHiiiir llio mother ota.slek clilhl that cbllilreii.iviio hjvc kilidereiiitcli InUninp'arn mucV more oboiHrnl it nil easier tb.eare for ihlrlnir Illness." 'The Kre'jit lioint Ibat the makes in lia Idea of educ'allon 'Is thai m. tidily of Ihe child can bo rapar- ate from Ilio mother.' so II lias star led. ,.....ry modern and scoftiinsly ne- cessary Idea, of training id alieady 'heard Mrs. T.ariB- zcllcl KflPak to Olio of Ihcse groups of women on the Importance ot triin- iai; the. elii'hl to dlserimlnalo In inii-. K.Tlal tiilncs in order that liu may' gradually form Ihc1 luliit oJ-'dls- In all his choices, moral well as material. "What we must first cnllivole, in the child." Mrs- rnitel' went on lo say, "is thn habit of obseivullon. Wo must glvo Iliioueh P'ay, experiences In eon. Irasts In ortlor lo cli'lilmlzc clmv- islifs. ror Instance, we mlglit play a little frame with straight and ...l.-cd slicks to brine mil. 'hero nb- slmct differences of stralnlllneM anil he Tlila the nudghig :il could liciir .he window-pane. Supposlnj; all thai, supposin iojse mcmoric-.i rcnlly li out In l-'Tiinco'- Why should molhrr .so he-reft, live on? Hut Just liero. In the old house, be- lief conies lo her. ThcHfl are noi dead mc-morlcs. She uoca i tally fcrl her boy beside her, feel his :irni nr her neck, "iiwr his voice, feel crookedness, 1 :i11 ried the his chltdi-cn experience, -niul Is hiiupniF in niust rxpcrlciico "l lo yo11- s let Ihc child experience., whenever through his own choice, ami Ih'eii let Him Jnsllfy cllolcc on the tasls. ot Ihe coiiMfliiciit ner necK. unir tujn.. cheek nsainst her cheeK. Tlio poor, heroic or tier lioy Is1 onl In frur.fi.-. but lie'himself. Is now, nearer lo her lhan lie has over ccn. So the brave woman u'LiS: lUiracll over nnd over ayain. yet cannot sllfle he dull aching of lier lienrl. Since.I have u'liat sorrow moans I have thousht much of .yuu. mothers of our ilAu soldiers, ami tvomlercil at your milcmllil courage rcEolulc failn. .The, liint-s arc >ar.i nnd some you do not lead cosy MVCJI. Yet you novcr Taller. couM well iiave forgiven yon had you cursed tlio country which demanded More Than Insjincl Needed Bi: cannot ill) Jnalice t" by .insliiiel anpzettcl: "it a problem to lie ii mother.' Many systems or cdneation nn> intJ slic calcMhe i.le.-. ot ficctom for te and his own ,wu> ie counr this stupendous sacr'dcr. ot you s sup Voiir patriotism puls ua men only .true Ireedom he ca.t by obscrviiif: laws, arid by .aiilwiilnl- hitficr .Tholce- for a choiee in Mrs. 5 ihe pastures r.n Between Ihc mansion :ind ihc elm rce Iny a nalurai depression, ringed al3or.s. with gnarled, old willows, whlcli was known us Pond." testing hen; o tree would aim oimd In summer of "her Tim cllj- gro Lo and around Ir.c horncstenrl. liizl her snips fruit is wrj, him on liio broad bof vlcr.dlr: tonic. ,ird for the Porj? OT at CloTtr liian'or Sir fle Covcrly. They "were fjrc ycars ago. summons of death to "biiy'our o-wn fniit. nnd it is i' a merry pair, and happy with to their ptolttlress the dumb Ebarr.c tT--.it this FO. love ar.d brutes lost a friend Indeed- Too Expend u, Preserve j Pardng of To unilcr the Uls'.ing ir'. [r.varlably be iloc-H not like to toll. But he still comes to his majinnj' when he's hurl. And what a pride she has In his itcliicvenicntsE Hou tier heart L-X- nlls (Ihougli only n. In hcr helmys her pride) when she licnrs one r.cishbor say Irj'anoVlier: "Itab 'Anderson's n clever hoyl" Thinks of Him Night and Day CAUI-: for him? Dots uhc iwl slill crirc for him night iiti'l dny? he still holds JH.is she nol pl.inncil and prepared liim qehlly lo sleep, and for ]iim since his birth? Docs she not mr.TiTni- him old .WOrl'I SOncS cHil Tilnn nnil uronnrr fnr him Is equine friends wers preserved to the the ccnlral portion of tl grounds. While sho lived saw r.or axe were allowed lr> prune or destroy the shade. When, aiiotit fire years ago. of ileatl tor.r QCO there was lu'.lc u .a.v fanner, The Tragic Parting iKTHEtt or no Iho gnllaj young soldier was as iccc-p to the doctor as to Tils i city u-omc-n worotoot-zyw tvrvc their own fruli ana picMcs. diius'nter legend rtofa not say, Si.c in riuitt fire uouhik-ES the youog man h-i'l his ts or ot.r fruit, rtfi.tis :is ShcJ t lo thc prtud b p country hou-twifc, bu: u s loa pensive lor some of us. had over .dollars' xroith of fniit ?.na pickle" in my cilltirT E_T! the and rj.) tosi Ltan Ihrf ai.u cj-i (.nil iea.n dollars. My Jars i had from tho yr-ar brforc. ihc fruii for a HUle over may have Tiad In mind a, more brilliant for Uicir child. It would Beem more like the chamrter of "the kindly Irishman for him 10 'So ihc frmL'ror a iLllle over wUh IrJulgc-ncc any young fifiy quAils cos: abo-Jt mnn whom bis dausMir favored. Al 1c save 05 mi-.ch r.s knr.w la lhat swcft nnrt lovelj '.he peeling wtrc wash-yj. lovftj n most into Jsni. It L3 eoBi- to (nlk abonl ,0 Mrt lh '.'her. c.r.r noi lo bu fruit. v The di'jghtsr In EIT (.-ionr. up Ihc cily would rfo nwny with ihe hind Inttrvrr.rd lo part ihfm. l-'roTT! nrro's Hie brornl 5f-nji cum a suminons: ihr soldirr-lover mus Ir-.ive ,'il once Tor ncllve j't rvice woraon'lo nfttl of InliC the places o[ Iftc men rlrrk.s ITL imssir.c llu- Iracic Ihe Rroc rry. Bion; who TvouM imtnf- rirm of llio Mww whirh Mils ivns 1 ,hl, two Tlipy .flora fclsrxpMlcsM'in ''-'n nialie an excellent suhsttlule for Tlirjw.iy r.0'1 al] Minshinrt clc-rks; lhal is !lif wire Knilclrnly r.V.I. I -.fctij-tr. .nrlio gem oroun.l the roirnlry nnswl.r lhr !tm, farm rrodure (roln )hr; I0 man who will rjot-mnrlvet their rro- drjce, gmndmollirrs ilid. an'l Trno seli'tlie profit country mrn sbculd, i( Ibritty, kcej to amiii; ago ilic city of To- rtflito purchased of Ihc Gvrynne cslaie whicli lay to the.south of the railway tracks lionltring ujion c lake, and the.- area wa5 aililc-d to Park. Here, lo-doy. ilnioff many of CaTi- nraYC-sl ami in prtriaralion ivorsf-as ac-n'lco. The olil elm >3V.s s.-rtnoly upon all MILS amy. llisloiy la repealing wttl. lovely, faithful girls liavc troih to there gallant lad lioys. nntl In the clays to come niany and many an aching, Kirli.sh hrarl will mourn for the return o: a lover wlio went fortb from Kvlnlji'.inn I'ark to Iny ilovvn hi: fe on th-.- fiikdfl of I'mnco anfl Mfln- (k-n hairn is still parl oC hcr. I nnd his faintest cry goes throuBh her heart. r- hr mother ot a as he was those o'.J sup- that 1 the againat him qehtl. rroonTnt: over, him olil .worM mnlhcr Eanr lo her. Ilr. I..I.T :at when he went oul to rest, msybo, ivith shoiilik-i-s nnir" %nei cc mous- Rut to his m.olhcr iic la wayj. fir.-l ami foremost, that vas bnculle in her arms-. She Remembers Now AXI) llien .he learns lo lou That's a grand .lay. when first ttxlilljs from his mammy to and Ijack iiifcilii. And he Irnrn "lo talk. Was ever poc-lry M plan anil prepare for him? And" In the hearts of maijy of you thnrc Is no thouclu of rcvonK': Just now I sralil lo Mrs. I.amtcr: If only I could go mil ns a sniper and KCl two for my one Anil said to me: "irnrry. Harry! Vengeance is mine. Faltl, Hie Oh. ivq-, men. We arc dirt roml.arcd wllli you. Vcl'to Mrs.'Uiiider, John was more than most sons nic lo their mothers. rorvl was often away from home, anil they were always together. lien ;it l.VM. I hnil more, lime to nc witn Him 1 founil him n man and my canal- Tint wis Rfcal. Ion. hut his molher hail walked vitli li'ni 'M> Goti's Justice Be Done' the same, my wife has no pn- HeniM .willi Hit senlimchlal cowards ivjio would let immlcrers es- cape williont I.et'CJod's justice he done, Stic F.TJ'n. A'n' shi lioi.ics Iliat If .the is taken I1 '1191 he hy the lirlliali. Sh nowa'piir Fpltnees when our. blood not T-lllt it Ihe French take cnoicc in v he nol always of wnat her joy will Docs nol nlf lhal liccn, and all might luivc icon, flanh lit-fnrr iic-r rts Fhe la lonely hcforc the fire, anil knows ,hal It Is all over, nntl knows she will never flee hc-v son Never again? TlloL out lho.se Words! Slie knows will Rre'liln ntnin.. Slic Knbwa H as' surely ris the fire burns Ijcforc her -am thD wind, whistles Xo on tills, not tiiCie poo to Tricy must arcii-t Lho rlnr.cf-s of war of his ilc.ith on r.T haiilc. rcfly l-.-.-iLi- kncc iJl I'1'- citniii. wond-ji it The Moiy of the' fln.irdrd KJn Trcr of Ihc (luynr.c- rpitonv ol 11.': PtOrxTn of Frorts nntl !tf FOTIS :inil Miinlly hcro'c lira: 1 young men ami wr.mf n w lio vc not Tn-si l.n I n sOU tlir c.ill of tUily ilioL'jr.si nivJ iiio.il tos- ckrful ns >those bib ivonls? Ami now _. her skirts all from he hSnd thr.nj nl nnd Inc. And. now ht-'s lirr-cchnl. _Iis tlnrfdy'sa iiroud man. nrd may Lie his mnlhrr i.i proud, loo. the sicha r-.i fotdi t'P "ir hahy pet- nnil pnls Ihc m in Ihc prrss with n >prK' of lavender nnd n ic.ir. C'nif for him! n molh'.r (o All tho, chSMifh mi ay: ML llm chiWl.ih mil iipun hc-r, 'Ti.s -lie mnsl send hlrn ti. -'cliool with anJ wftloomi- him to from hcnd to fool 'from n in with Inrc SnniK Har.ily. Oh, lus'll T cyca Ilial have upon f.nd such fond love. No inn llicy will pivc him Ills And what would j'ou tlilnk- of il.< molhcrn, 'ir we men failed In :rcht purpojo nnd false lo you your sons'J Von would is IHtlc unnicn- lonablc thlnps fit. for BPrviro in every way except the ivny ot cour- let ifjirn RO out to 11? for them-" Yoii your loss because of Ihc grditiiCRs of, our cause. VThniT thrn, If btilniy that Your Konfi went Torlh Jo battle mtnn purpose In hearts. A f.nd wiiii such fond love. No lure- nh, not liore. rlf-ar hrave. moth- F, hut .stimc'ivr.trc cl-so, lox'c nuver mur; Tailed from love. 1 lathcrn .-tre ntrcr