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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOMENoPJfiE PLUCKY WIVES OF NEW SETTLERS Wo'k Day and Night at All, Kinds of Tasks in ciian Villages, 'HELP BUILD HOUSES: Take In Boarders, Milk Raise Chickens, Etc., Then Canada's Reward Comes. By K; M. LOSE to the vapor-clearing struggle for bread and butter the female of, the .species does not vainly spend herself in convinc Ing people that she is capable of and wants to broaden ber spherel "When, ott- the edge of village %-ilhin a short radius bl this cit; iitile two-room dwelling1. shot uj Jonah's-goiinMike last summer, and the to fortune on Canadian soli "unrolled at last be neath the very noses of the Johi JBiitls-er Sandy McBeans who set .up house there, it was-noticeable that Mrs: John or Mrs. Sandy did or did, not'do to'wards advancing the 'f aiuily fortunes was- not'.decided gen erall> to its being according to tra feminine occupation, but on the -broad' basis of what was to be done who had a- spare hand to do It. Consequently when Johns efforts had in securing a. delapldat ed. 'cottage for temporary occupation Mrs. John' did not hesitate for a mo- .irierit as to. the-feminity-of-handling a 'masculine matter like hanging wall paper. MrsvJohn the paper, and then hung ejt the TurashuiB and cooked the dinners and washed the babies and carried pails of water from well., all in -the orthodox way. Nailed Uths in New Howe Into, the rapids of 1 setting on however, Mrs 3Irs. Sandy were presently faced by tasks that none of- the wo- men'they bad known had done, but that-: had to be done, so-.imperatively that, beside them attention to extn detail an-housekeeping seemed mere trifling." >.SO ran unmhided while "Mrs Jolm nailed laths In the "new bouse .John was building by lantern light in his spare time She lathed by Oay.that her husband might f hid the work a step farther on when ,_ ,Jie carrie to it. at night. f In "a country -where an" unlimited capacity for'Work is-the only capital .necessarjv.the settler's ;wife .can: con- tribute much toward the familj success aa the settler himself. For husband, is a fixture ,at th? factory from seven until six the wife's -work; -.though of 'the'feminine order that is "never done." can be adjusted. .So. when -by-any, amount of-self-de .nial, been'saved by Sandy Sandy to-buy a small Cold the. shape of a cow.it "iras who contributed the working of the gold mine. She did the milking' night and morning, des- patched the milk with the children tortbe customers and kept the -ac- counts. Building the Barn f- A XD when-a barn, was needed-to' protect family fortune-maker from ,the weather, Mrs- Sandy went to a gravelly field'and picked atones, one-by one with a'potato the barn was built, coral -island-like, from them. After a while Mrs. Sandy was able to another coir and worked up her business so well that when Sandy, who was building-up a little farm on th'e edge of the village, had to give up J'hi3 "job" to work his land, he had something more to rely on than a idoubtful -crop. There is the new house, which cost, si) miicb time, money; and, works for itself In 'the settler's system; the house has to brins in something by sheltering a.boaraer or two. 7n any case boarders have to be taken in. For no sooner have John 'and Mrs. John arrived and managed .to put a roof over their heads than their brothers-in-law, and their uuclea and cousins write thnt' they arc on the way and it ia a filial! duty to'house-them until they, .too, hayft built and in their turn have room for a. boarder. Tho. boarders are- of course, also an enterprise of the where there, are three or four of-them, each paying trom to 15 weekly, she is well on for adding each week as .inUphJ to the family, income aa the husband. This in addition to the ;family washing, mend- general care of the chil- dren A BvUetin From College IF ehe hit a milk business or a business she doeg not UluaJlr.fo Chickens, except to her own table But sometimes have been a hobby of hers la the did find In this case flio naturally turnfl to them In Can- with ens soaring from 25c to a dozen am! broilers a ransom. licjnl recruiting sergeants were the order of the The photo shows the lidi recruiting sergeants penmadirg two cjths to take the Chilling of a tillage m a fru t technical edu- cation has never come wayi But tfiis- npt-, mean that .she is not ideas; and a letin frpm College sefone bright, lit- tle Scotswoman in our village shut ting up and fattening her fowl oa approved lines, so that last auttimn, in addition to the .eggs of other years, she had lor sale .at On the i district Sandy, is .apt to be fired frith a. desire to grow berries. the indignant .baby wailed on the _door- Mrs. Sandy stooped over the ground with her husband thatr first iprihg, planting gooseberries by the light of a lantern. When the; berry crops- came on Mrs.-Sandy was the star player. For weeks. she toiled raadly; from seven inHhe -morning till late in. the afternoon, ing, and. chipping the fruit In' go.od market. During beny-picking time. Mrs. and her neighbors c i demonstration of -how the simple life may be further simplified. Cooking .windled to'the vanish- ing point, the bairns ran umyasned arid uncombed, and alas; for the usual personal- appearance of Ih'eS wpnien -themselves. "Don't Look at TOW Jobnm don t look at translating the, list of accessories of women's articles of attire found t in; the last.yerses of the. third "chapWr ot "Uie "Book, "of Isaiah into thi of. a. wo- man of the For the latter's entire equipment consists merely some bead work, -a leather apron and a blanket byj i -native Zulu he notified the purist in' York-of- fice of the Bible Society "that not' only expert knowledge of several sciences is.requisite In. Bible trans- lation, "'but '.that'imagination, as -well Is necessary' in order- to translate names of womens apparel into, the language of a. country where such apparel is so abbreviated The wife of Mi-. Taylor copied tho whole revised of the Scrip- "tures on her typewriter for the Bible Society compositors. The proofs were sent back'to'South Africa for close scrutiny; "When finally re- turned corrected the typesetters of t.ho Bihlp. House wero set to work at their part of the difficult tasU. The Zulus in 1879 wero known Chiefly for having cut to pieces a column of British troopss at Isandula, in Natal. To-day letters to .the Bibte Society say many of them are as eager for. the revised Bible in their own language as were the Eng- lish speaking Protestants to get their revised Bible in 1831. These let- ters further state that the lives of the Zulus have been deeply, influenc- ed by the Bible. >Stjj BE TRUE Tune: "Rule Britannia." By J. K HpGHES, LL.pi ,IIEN woman In the clearer light Awoke to her duty .plain, This.wae her motto to guide her course aright, And round ihe-world.she sang this etrain; To your country, your home, yourself be true, God calls you His work to "It is not good for man to be J the wise Creator But, when with woman he works, am! each is free, Their upward march Is sure and true. Retrain: To your country, etc. i Let us for better'laws unite, j Let us make' right whale'er is j wrong; Where there Is darkness let us bring In the Whate'or Is weak tet us raake strong. ftefrain: To your country etc W LUPOKOVA HAS FORSWORN DANCE Famous Russian Danseuse Says 1 Tango, One-Step, and Mav ixe are" Murdering ART OF TERPSICHORE Present Dance Craze Will Die the Coming Winter Effect Evil, HAVE vbivetl never again to I says Lydiri.- the, charming Husslun dan- scust .who was here w'ltH Mordkin a few years ago. "For the best rea- sons have I made my vow, f The danco Is dying. In six .months it will be dead. One should not attach himself to a corpse. 'The Umgo, the one-step, tho max; Ixe, are murdering the; dance. In tlic tango you death agonies of all dances. .Through the summer it may g a. lingering life for summei is the silly season, but thb winter-wiU conic upoii the daiico dead. It will die because the foolish pea pie who have danced and danced and danced will tire it Of that which we done tod much cujoy ment with which we been sill-j atcd wft tire 1 Irst weariness then' ,tlien abandonment. That is thc'history of all sensations overin- clulgcd in, ind daf-cing is onlj a sen-; sation i "It is" well. I shall" not raise my1 inO, :my" fool, nor my voice against the- death of the dance. Although I KLVO all tho life I can remem bcr to it, though I have been as de-; rout at the c c-. priestess 'before' her- I .have dropped it, and tUUmgl} for I too am Buffering from' disgust." I havej seen a great art desecrated made j foolish and absurd I seen lliei garments of Teipsichore trail is in :he dust I see dancing everywhere I i{ It haunts me like the memory.of a sin. 'There is no use" doing tilings well winch everyone is doing more bailly and for which there exists no standard. Your what is it? say you tango, but you say -that because it sounds well two persons in your country Would the same but thcj do not I seen thousands, dance call the no two Iiave 'lanced it the same. Jt is a one-steps into wliich tlie dancer .tries to introduce Individuality and only murders grace, Hopelessly Deficient pi--HE man "of this- centinnnt is ,_l light'upon'his feet. That may be truthfully salt! of him, but other- wise .as-a'dancer he Is sadly, her-.l Archl- mfcdcH .Inmes hesitated a intfment, t-iien vontiirat "The ioap LydiR Lupqkot a A Return lo the Early Victorian Ankle "Tre .afibm-Pans wncre CCLIMOH Ulj theie is n little cxigfrer- ition jfi "Ti the pienent mrtuncf1 it seem that inivle "are rtTll> to come in Encrland, for onl> the other j day tiicv Si tile seen Jt a prhate show tf nei" fishlunis in with j giro's evening dress s not call four 01 Te Hours' IIov, profltatil} (night thai] 1 11C AVlglll ITlCin IS J J rji 01 W Ol CO W cUl2ll2f j tiQie be .at tho theatre seeing noble pia> 010 loiilaiuing an Ide in a library, or; -hearing or ma Hungarian Doctor Sews Hair on Bald Punctures.ar.e.Made in Scalp and Hairs -Attached to Gold Wires are Inserted. AMC1HOD of setting inirs to the human Jbcilp In C.LSCS of bald- ness has been successfully used by Dr. Szekcly at tlic'Hospital of St. Stcphane, in this city. The number or hairs planted 111 the head of one} Girls i New Fducation fo Botheis With Men Very Little It Aims At. THE ncv education for no quail el nit'i men, but loaves thcni to mako the mngomcnls. men, but JE j eir own ir-j t undcitaKc I It (locp-no_ ________ vet for thorn It botti-j cii v ith men little. Ifl3 .Urn to turn out slrls so far .devclopetl mentally ami so trained and instruct- ed that Ihey can their- own jlces in the world, can earn their own Jiving- If they wish, if they must, can lake a'j if one that centimeter; ami as both ends arc left aims ''to1'give ,tb fjirls Hucli an equip-j free thlif more tinn i.OOO.hairSj incut theiji of the need j to each square irtfh J [to uiarry fqr'a living. Th'at'is no.1? In the opniat on fine Kolil} more .thiv.i to them on tljb sania ire u cJ 1 jOO inch. In tli-lie voi ,with" nii-li, and1: thai is no amrter inil fine long liaii-svfrom a'more than fair.! 'A ina'n' that must are nttnchcd'to those, marry for support is rated as The sold -loop acts as an. anchor, a Pitiable fijjuro. A young .woman which aftti atciillsitlon, is intro- who; miist many" for support is not V duced into the subcutaneous.tissue, so. much better a case as we have 1 uheie twisted, lljusliold- boon to tllillk' For Slll'port that ing tho. hair in permanent position. It is claimed tiiat 500 hairs can thus be planted in three-quarters of an hcur. A special instrument lias been de- signed by Dr. Szekcly for planting the gold wires, which arc so fine that after the work is completed for plant- ing hairs there is only one gramme of gold left in tlie -scalp. Tlic hair becomes perfectly natural" niter capsule of tissue forms around the gold luiot. Tiie inflammation entirely disappcirs ten cliys liter the operation ami no evil icsults hnve en- sued fiom any Jhc planting The hair can be treated In the oiUlnary one buys with -Hie is dear bought ami'should be and ovory one knows prices, nra- high and that who w.ould fj make good bargains must see to'.it nor. to be pinched by need. i Moreover, in marrying'it IB.often able tjj-bidc- one's time. The best and .safest man-toa iiKiiTjy ull thing-s sQcms-f to-be one'wJio worksUor his and Kuch are seldom-nb'le to.inarryV yonnff. :T6 .wait; ii -huViifdous'. vcritjire, but; there MICH-worth wait) tig for. 'And -to' so little the'mistress'of one's fate i not to'.1 to wait iDan of i one's heart j iia hazardous '.Every experiment with ,Je_Ks.aV womnn'.i maiV. to see what 111111 make iilnv'aml, of cburHe. aflci the oncrUlon inrt the doc-[ llicr. tor's earliest patient, who .undenve tlic operation seven, years ngo, lin.i.a of natural, glossy nair. STILL UNABASHED ARTHUR T.-HAUUCr, jiresldcnt of Yale, siild of youth at a lea In Haven "I rind youth modest, arc men whom women, trained J and self-support and'. Holf-posacssfon, may fairly take a chance en wrtnion more iuur- to the dependent life ahould hard- ly risk. To have in one a. trninod capacity for self-support Is like hav- ing fortune. A girl qualified can marry more for .coin patty and ICES for maintenance than one completely de- pendent on a hunbaiid'H efficiency as a Harper's Magazine. .ilmosl ovar- modost. I'don't riffrco with Die ac- cepted Idea of youth that is cpitbmla- ctl in the anccdoto. this anecdote, an olil man enlil to a youth: hoy, when 1-was your age-l tliouc-ht, illtfi you, tlmt 1 know it all, mt now I'liavfi rnncrifed llm concln- with directions as to its care..... :lon tlmt I know nothhiff." have thcso v lastintr sufe-eostlons oC "The yoiitli, Hghting 11 elparct, j would make her new! .thftt concision iboat I UNIQUE BRIDAL SHOWER GWK tho bricic who ia Kolng1 Into a new homo a shrubbery to which each friend brings a bulb or cutting of her favorite shrub. ;