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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page Written by Canadians for the Canadian Woman MISS 'ELEANOR TAYLOR, OF TORONTO CANADA'S WOMAN WATCHMAKER She Has Made a in lls Entirely and ll Took Her Six Months to Do It. CANADA'S ONLY WOMAN WATCHMAKER HER As a Child From an Old Watch, She Took io Pieces and Pul Together. MARCAttKt HK1.U I wailed a couple 'tt minutes In the. jewelry shop. The .behind. the counter wns busy. mrcr.ent there was nc une .She wjia iookln? u wntch. -Some- one fiooil on tho other s'-de of l-e rounur. Slit? looking ai watch, too. Bui In a. different way. For the girl behind the "counter had] t >air of witn which shel Tas picking out different parts of ticker's anatoay. A'ld In a very; learned way she was giving diag- nosis of that watch's illness. Ser neck bun? a coupra c1" m each occupying the i tion of a wire. This touhe The woman left the chop, DOW niv turn. "Ir Miss Eleauor Taylor I VLLS Arour.d posi- H Difference of Opinion Among London Doctors a? to the Value of Eduction. SOCIETY GIRLS FAIL MISS OLIVE WYNDHAM TELLS SECRETS OF SALAD MAKING To Good toj Pieserve Angularity of the j Figure at All Costs. j IT HE: ot I knew quite well ihat I lag to Why do ash foolish -I ain Miss Taylor." -Thro I tokl her what 1 ivante.i. and Fhe to blush ar.d say something about not having done very wonderful and ait thai. Professions! modesty will Uut all the lime 1 ihojght looked rather pleaded. For sUe is very yo-jnsr to be "the only one'of" titr kino to make watch an by her efforts. And 1 found out how her ralr.d came 16 be so original in the choice of 'occupation. Quite romantic too. Her First Direction SHK wa? fascinated by the tick- tJcfc-tack of all the in a jewelry shop when was-a little girl. She B5ed to so into the shop to to them. And one Cay Fhe went home and fiddling with un watch. liii by bit she took it to pieces, which Is easy erio-Jsh for any for repairing, hy looking at "th. -lint the -remarkable Hung, v.-ilch. the price is too about Jt was liiat the put il to3tthtrI great, sometimes not enough. Hut thc-y liy the same protcss. Thus are cur vocations suggested to this ii3 by the merest childish impressions. jt manage to maintain ah equil balance To think that the tick-lacks ot ttal liltir> Jewelry fhoutd have the inspiration ro a sirl to her life's irork! Anil most riin away frorn of tec ninny Tayicr'two lo tho" art of making n watch- interest years in ih-a School In Toronto, in which she learn- ed that-there is" no about in the ha s its o w n cause That TvcrJd V.avcjfor -Is II rcalir trje thai yuu r.avc j for ,hwtf( and e4efy or made a 1 asked. She fits otlier so y6iii; you .know. "Oil. yts. Ill naturally as nature. That Is why ons show ft to yo-j.' And there it was. simeUmes hears the mrnparlann, "J lyins in ius little c-.isc. JuEt ;i tiny. c-locVwois." undoubtedly, watch wMch macs me tlunx of hours 1 i A ml hours of fye-ai5tnctinu work, all Learning tfle Art ibe lenses of the two liE she .nrcomrli'ri1 in school -wns the creation of s. necfc. It io -watch. i ibe lenses of the two micro- rp which were hanging round heri six months' io zn'ah'e tfcat 1- Not "six 'cr-or.ths of steady for thcfc- arc many other -claims on a -watchmaker's .attention. Repairir.5 a broken rnaln- srrins or pyOins on a new fact, Alsx. thai 'ffti iiave not all a profesf- ainriai watchmaker to loot after our ins! Some one cfee cajne into the ship. Tfce watch-creator haJ lo aiJJust her tils time. if you will leave your watch. made of tir HI look it over for TO-J-- Xo. I can't tell joa tfae price un- tfi T eraralne the watch." Tke Reason Why IWOKDEREO why- Abe could not tell the.price then. And I learned 1 set a'price before the witch over carefully joi find iTen" maci: wfong with tbo price taVe been teo other; irateh .Or H been the So, when I exa.7ilno Uie it Is much fairer to the Oriie o f t he 1 arge s tore ,i -.iejril-looliir.s tool Thta can-.c som-; cjri- all lined up bcxes. And. speahing- of s.rr not htlp but admire such ambitions In a young gtrl'as bbilJ themselves ..n attainment of a sliop ail her own, wiiere. one day.'she can TVOPJC amongst her tools and realize lhal the outcome will not he'A weekly salary. For, even if Ihe sal.iry of-a w.ttcbmaker-is from ej Shte en t o tvv e a ty- fi Jo! Lit s 1-1 r v.-eck, there is aliviiys more.liiilui'Ond- tncp to bti If one Is wor't'n? in one's otrn llttl" shoii. article l.y of i's tn "The. Folly Kduraiir.a Wcmen" haa orrated u great dwl ff inurcst. and rcvvral papers have folU-wcd :t hy obta'ntng with and other p.ulljoritltp- "One "wfll-kncun JO.TO: tc a rcponer: the purely. itandrolnt the weiinn..whoj !ias not distipited la iho first years ot :tduU lite by ar.d ant be! yrtatly Jii-r rr.oru IcarntJ siMcr. According io the i'rosenl Ihe- pry of aUvar.cfd td-.jcaiion for women, ihuwfcvcr, Just those years whrn She is into" her prlmr be de- cuterJ 16 H If within the exporl- inte of most phjsicijns that r.hcre a wuman Is versed in the 'olosita" has ibc letters -of 'sums i is in aroiislnK and hold in c the at c the students in Iho in she is so iiJ-oOd.'nt. In addition Vc work! she lectures en th results of her cxrloraUiiw wjth J-i5t year she pave forty lee turcs. Miss Jobe on t Ilupcrt, where she IK to c a lonely, trip. country where no .white sierscn h- ei'cr ventured, at Ic.ist th Hudson Hay Corariany made c'.'i covtries, mnny years 'DRO. i 'T hope that a result of my lrn% pj this summer thcrp will to imt on the map crn "jJrlllsh 'CoJumbla. I helped :to :do tbat la Ocntn Columbia." Mlfls Jobo ira C, I ha _ Punched' they and -their chins1 would pol have driven 'an dincinfi mad. 1 difconttnied.1 Most of iherp Sooted he" the GREEN IS POPULAR popular micsummer color refresMn? "Lw.n Fff iJtal aimed at by aniJ 1 kcow .of .people who Tvc-Igh fvcry and the slightest rise In weight is1 followed by .the- most absurdly dras-: j lie so-called One woman TTill I have no'ihir-c but an oranee for lunch, c other goes as far as a cup ot ?o-jp, a _......_...........o____..... IE a restful change from the- shades of I or a means of eErape'from home: none r coor caje tone ill of look o on fnarr olives. Many as a y s3iaried instruments for drilling -'or watches art- made of niche) or steel, .which afterwards Is with Oac would not ima; hat the steel which is used for making! F-.-itchea Is bought soft, so thru it can is worker] Into dlffurt-nt shapes at the dlfferunt parts. And one would not Imauine that En hvating it gradu- illy becomes first turning pur- then Elr.iw. blue, and so the tltlnss which one infgttt never imagine are trus. If I hil the mlm! of "3. Socrates or the Intellect of a might bo able to rcirall'in- Blanttr all the vocabulary which MS.S riuVlcd toward ine as I stood in ihat litllo Jewelry 'shoji asking 'questiGr.s nboat things of which I knew a5iSj- lutely nothing. Such a vccabu'uiry: But, unfortunately, 1 claim no shijt'to either of the ahovc-mentior.'.-d with Ujfcm, Outing co.its are made [nj that I .can advance nny biologies Frcen shlnihllla mfd with large white buttons. course, these outing CIKUS are In many othtr woman, who usu exhibits few. if any, ot these Is on? ofjcuirar the ir.r.st popular. Thfiae hfcivy wtms to ir.c nn the contrary, have a very e ir.r.st popuar. fiae fcvy coaF the popularity of vtivct. frit, .ml i brnafl life, aiul i ur fashion's wldtr LnoKlcdse and (xpener.r :_. _ tend to check iier from marrying I haste or on Insufficient mtans, that Is genlnscs. Al- I tail, I what-pride J was shown thy c.tses beautiful of which.this ambl- yourg wialchmaker made' h2r- bftrB has sm tospeclor, who sets prices'self. them, all nMl CHINESE-SHANTUNG MAKES A SPLENDID SUMMER SUIT It Does Not Easily, Bui When llh'Easily Pongee and Crepe Jc Cfunc Crush VKHY woir.aji needs a coat and h matter wbore sht goes "or the climate. It need n..'be of cTiolh. There are only cx- ctptiohal.places in America whert one can even wear serge In August, and II wool irrll entirely.'and depend on that Tveate that Js rnaiie for suits. It Li kind of suiting that dots nor wrink: easily. Bui after ail. has ;i rtrtai dreFSjr air, ar.rl are many vvonun do not want lo live up lo it. U nice, Ri3k stock- X'QMtM CLERKS ORGANIZED! in tny opinion, to I to this A CHOICE' The National Unfaa of Womca founded twenty-one years ago o uerita. i, or inlotis 1n Germany, nuralrsrinr morel I've cd io ban- up either m han twenty-five" ihousaml hut or my 1' _____ ,d Americans turn Into aiad ,edible that gro'' alks on less, swims in the pea, rows upon trees. It Is an art to make good salads, it j easy enough, onrc you kr.ow the first but those you must kneiv to avo success. Your salad lias got to e chilled, your ingredients of the best, r.a the wliolf .ihinp freshly made. You must toss a sil.ui together lightly, and -on must Jianilie the ingredients as llt- le as possible- Americans were -the very first to rupare fruit salad. It is now used all Yet they are maae chef, cnnnot and paprika. Crab Meat up ful5 of cooked 'crab and cover with three or.- four tabjesnoonfTLls- of I-Ytnch well together. Cut up finely rome endive that has, been crhtiled, mis with" II a' small pepptr. Add these lo the crab meat and serve on crisp inner leaves 'of lonialne. Sardine a -dUh with blenched endive'that has iver the itst on Ihif wide of the Bupe r] a t i vc Krvr.c li nuke a fruit There is prime little trick, of nationality about The chef is apt o fuss over It too much or Bomethlns- also nake thu bfst vcgeUib.o salads I mean tbe chiffonnrde sort of thlnp wlih all klr.d.T of cold cooked vegetables mixed together Ilshtly ar.d on u-isp lettuce or rotnalno leaves- The Introduction of nut meats, clietro -alls, and olives Is an idea wlilcn orjgiriatfcl on this continent Oretsing dressing a sood, .nB'sort ol relUh- Msks follows: 1'tablcfpoonful of horac-rartian, 2 taWespoonfuls of kmon Jn'.ct. tcaspoonful of salt, Qu.utcr of panHha, 1 cirpful of thick, tweet ,-rcaui. Whip the cream till very stltf. Tlitn been cbliled. Mix the oil from a. box ot eaidlces with and pap- rika ami Itnioh juice, anrl pour over the endive, mixing well.. .about the 't-tige of the si lad sonic slices 4cT hard unllcd oegs. then the Ear-. dines and bone tbein. If not- already spill anil boned: sprinkle tnsldo-.with1 grated lemon rinti and puprika, preis together, nnri'citt In thrre pieces, placlnj them ou Uio in-iss of -French Dressing HB very (Irsl saticl HOP.SKHADI: invigorate French Is that .'sink'.' It which '.s the we taH ar.d bv'fit known- It Is Kuropc than uny other. To rnnke tt use this proportion: tablespoonful (I vinegar or lti.ipu Juico, fi. lowioemful of pepptr of ollvo oil, k-vcl teaspoon of aaJt, und, ono Hkca the flavor, half a leasyoonful oC_ liquid Mlx'tlje wit.pepper, and mustard in a saucer. Tlifen pour In thu oil, mixing constantly, then arid the or on Gnuid----------- Jobe speaks ot with enthusiasm of Uie loveliest harbors in tbe wort and destined to bccoraejOne of the ma laiportaat. I in 'QHK lo do "jrome In motor boats, in the "watei of that lix-ality, and then will prtxej up tiic Skeer-a Kiver to HazeHan. li ast of civilizaUoa, w.'Ui :tulallon of perhaps one ...jv yersons. .From this point ilungc into Hie :akhis wlj her only, two Indian packers. "I ro( find "a few white persons on raircii- near she eipl-ined. "1 hej that tlicrtj are some squaiv men have tiken'up (and. -You know, tl traces of'the old lludsun d'-ay Con have .through it! Unt aside from" these U.icj. 1 shall prohlibly bt the only tc son. certaJnly. the only white v.-omd to penetrate tbe "country. "I have friends In napert wl bavc-seEcc-Uid my for me. al I can rely upon them absolutely, know tht Si wash, "the dialect used 1 (he fridians along-tbo coast, niid; have-no fcnr of gellJns into difflcu ties. In deference lo the urgent r quests of my I shall carry' revolver. Personally, I would not fe the need of IL Oh. yea. I can Fho with revolver or rlfJO. I run not sat but I do not think f.shiill use pontf If I decide to do so I can them when 1 get Iricre, but .1 think can do better by going on foot J a .in excellent walker. What do I we. moment, ai BLACK VELVET THROAT RIBBON.IS NOW IN'-VOGUE' 1 txtra for maXins one !u on cool days. to-srard Its I rju-ility n( Chicese shantung for a symmcr suit, having trltO It (Jut during the last two In many cJi mates. Including the .Panama CanaJ Havana, the far South, Paris and the coast and it yielded more service find gave more return for. the money than any other kind ot material In ItB natural color It doc-t DO! easily, and when it docs soillt (s easily cleaned arid can be washed by an ex- perl 2-1 such work. It does DO! wrJnVIe like I men or dock or perigee, o? de diinc, or satin, anil one really ft-tl Mke roughLn? it" In may a tradition hcc-.i rnatcnaj ha? hid rllsllr.ctlfln tr.e ccniunis, it IP one tnit which J3 thtr Important thing. amootlmww. of tho Iron pofs It Into entire w. ia not a good maleriftl fco- It quickly >inle.ss ft Iff Ironed every It Is worn it looks ratter 'crustied and fnrl.-wn. dfi chhw-has the sawe unfor- tmwie o< croAhlng, and thta fcirtty fixim It as an cvtry-day material. aJtbouRh H Is cool and maXes appearance. 'mart rMpptrs; and one fats Thtr? is one ihc arid of of u hk-h evfry- wc should IID forfe-.varntd. They are J.ol. They arc not I'cidua anrl have the quallfle.i which of tho Turkish ntvtr tct-n In "he wrapped up In. A sin Illtle (rock ot tpongc or raiinr cotton, not silk, can feel as warm on a summer's day as though It wore of woolen thrcadp. It Is for ihis that many or the Anita ar.rl of it are r'o rtdirctrl; they wtrf: all i well In tfjt sprinc and in loaf tjf -r, hut were never mlrndfd to wear'in the average climalo for August. If one wftnlA an Infjrm-r.Plvr ton llghlly ing- Next In fame comes L....... wlilch hiis the Kime ents as the Krfciich drtssitiij. ine iidditlon of yolk of eye- sinj-onniisc Ls made In tho lolloping proportions. 1 cui'ful of nllvc oil, Yolk of one t-sg- lejiapoonful of ut ilresa.' Yes, II la made of a fell of" flnnnct, Ukc men's outing shtrti This suit is mruie with hind of mlliUiry Mouse of MJs.i Jobi own nnd a flklrt. sh ill wear this on (he boat'going i to I'rlncc Kiit'crt, but .when 1 x down to wurk here Is what I the HUIe :t n ime. stUL Artii Iho Ktanon.nv l Iht very l-efire Cl "My nlrc boy, 400 Miles at Least not knoii- J'JSl. fnr I English Boiled Dressing there Is "the old-faPhl.int'V- hath 1 that is u mucH In 1-VW.ii 1 i-iiiiful 2 i.tbk-aiici'JiifulH bnilur, 2 nf safar, I (t-asvinfiftil of tall. Half iciisi'Ofnful of pepper, any peculiar j rif dry tniiatard. i.nck foino It be ir.nde in ;i rloublc lullrr. ,nc Tho ftj-'i' i'l'tlT, tookt-rl UisMher fircl. "nl1' throuKh they thicken. Then :id'l Wifi no f-ofth lour minnU-H longer, hcaLntf iin it miles. Ce easily before. I to carrtcr Indians as ilioronyhly -'r-an In the I at my (llfjiOK I p'hlch Is until Ihc mlrtdlft ut sepiemli- iThi-y arc fi hr.nicti of thu and voiy HUln Ifi hnowsi tibout Hi cm. 'shall sui'ly (ht'.p ctwracUr. dro: that .can oul the- i stTio-i I to My packers w 3.1 s'iaU need. I 0 miklntf my w. cwuntjrk-5 f N'o. tlicrc flro no b mosquitoe-'. Thai Is t F- GIRDLES for fummer io bo mot ul hi my OU.cr be boinO. ILuio ]si no troubln, about RIBBONS DECORATED WITH SILVER AMD GOLD AND PRECIOUS BW. y.cifbtrj .t ii built out and cp at the batV, and the huk in ths spaces tho back of the ;