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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta By MARWN "_ WSSSTT-ODD years- ago -John I Habberton. the author, en's wroto a book entl; tied "Just One Day." It was'the history of a'housemother's day.Jrom the peep of dawn, she was awakened by the baby's cooing 'and calling, .w'ntll the "children were nestled all, snug-'jn their beds" and'the weary time to sit to mend the 'clothes they had their play. It was a realistic true In every particular, that; I wrote to the anony- mous author, thanking for enter- Ing into and describing so fully and sympathetically; the trials and cares and compensations .none but the mother of a family v.'ho is 'levins' and -conscientious can appreciate. T came to the genial writer in. afterdays when-he had dropped the rrsask of anonymity and laughed with him over., my' mistake. I, likewise, come :-to know his. wife, and somewhat intimately, and I saw 'whence he got his tacts and "local I had divined, a. woman-was back Story. Ifood you can out oC it. yoa tver thcrurht why the today la In: the Such a ahort prayer It 'Give me day my dally food' will do, If. you mean it. Food for the food' for th .human nature Is prone to- as the .sparks fly up- But.'make a beginning-! Say to trith'- the dawn of each new .jmomlngr." All I have to learn o' living v; do his today. Brace yourself upon the thought and "take up. the bu.rden. of that living. You SATTJEDAY will -be amazed presently to see- how free it'leaves your mind to let tomorrow alone. You will be more amazed to.find how much of the sweetness, of the "day .you have lost In forecasting the possibil- ities of a- tomorrow may never come. Harking back 'to our unlicensed preacher in "The Royal I quote again: "Don't. sit down to .cry. over. the ..mis- takes you made yesterday. Don't pipe your eye over what you are. afraid will come tomorrow. You see -tomorrow. f and. .it- will be today lay the time It gets here: and God, who :has.never broken a. promised and-who will .never break one; prom- ises" that you -shall have strength, for Othe day. _ "A- man told me. when .1 was a little shaver, that all the fortune .he cared, to have was one little pocket in which he could always find a sixpence. All the fortune of time that you this your.Heavenly, .iratheir just, onerlittle .day." Again It entreat, .try prescrip- "Or, I would rather say, enter the gaie that leads to the'JRoyal Road. It stands open all the It -Ishad not known 'for.-myself., all these years what peace "and- '.strength' are to be found., there. urge upon _ you "what a2- vising milk -for .men and women. I wish I could here and now, what one of the-.'woriieri in. our story "calls "The .Royal; .Readers." It would, outweigh in my mind all else that we.-have been permitted to do to .lighten the mass, of human -woe. .-I mean.a body.of resolute-life workers, who .would rate today value, and determine to live -i-a it and it alone, .leaving- the morrow in th'e hands of -him to whom.'it rightfully, belongs. Another woman, a truel poet soul. FAMILY MEALS-Vyf FORAWEEESP .BREAKFAST' cereal and cream. commeal toast, "tea. and ,'i .T II X C H A potatoes. ma-pi' i, breakfast, tomato aspic- IMPORTABIT NOTICE the enormous _fj number of It'tters.sent to the Exchange, 2 must osfc con- tributors to their, communi- cations, to hiw.dred .wordSf cept 'in cases of -formulas or rec- ipes which requiTV greater space. I -xant all '-my to a shoKinff in the Comer, and if my is. this respect is complied with, 3L icill oe possi- ble to print many n'.ore letters. Symposium Upon Our Domestic, X RSSPOXSE to proposal that some of the.maids do not con- sider theirs--an .Intolerable lot., be invited to express tfi.elr views upon, the "Vexed such a flood.oC" letters has been, turned "into our mall- bag- that I am appalled jat the task of sifting and selecting fium the mass, ilost of them, are too r and too cir- cumstantial in narration- -t -f events that would interest us, had we- read, of them, to be admitted -U Corner. The best 1 can do Is to- -i edir to the best of my abU ity.- present- ing the salient points of eat h .story. Let me remark in advancer-of the selec- tions that all are written i.'ith a. free-" dom and ease and1 a command of nerv- ous English that w'ould do .a'edit to any educated woman, whatever ;a tght be her social status. The is more than fair and the.tone of a saajority of the letters temperate and w d 1-bred. to the conditiua I name will speak for themselves. (No. 1) Although now a happily -woman, I have not lost my interest in H he girls." I am now their dressmaker, aiwi keep in touch, with many them I think most of their troubles are their own fault. Thpy forget what is their place in the world. week, and T reasonable 'hours. Now and then, when there a party. I ha.ve not KOt in before 2 In the momiinf. The madam often tries easier for me the next flay, it she Itnoivw I up late.., ShA.Jtoows that "I not nedlect mi' worTc- for mv nlAimiru, run smoothly In' our.' house" cause I try to thorough. and honest-with my employers. No. I am not srade one of be- oause want to Their intererts do not appeal to me. and mine do not in- trrest them socially, ir you are careless slovenly nnd slanjcy. thinking of your pleasures and srrlBvaucea, instead.. ;af, your, don't expect to carried. colden "But you have an easy repeal, my we three children, the father mother, and a nursa; seventeen roomi in 1 the Chouse and. no second1 grlrl; a two days In -week, ana a. cow on tio place. That'means lots of extra work for me. If is called-one the i -in town. I tha.t -there are hard iHuationj by down. But of ttw other kind, too. are. -.t many real ladies on one of kitchen door w on the other. Only, we must careful to prove that -we are well bred at heart. Be-. Ing a._ servant (Joes not -worry, roe ,at and in, case Prlr.ce Charming- comes I Know "oar" house -will be run on principle. That -will 'be -a, lady In-the kitchen ts -well as'in A COOK CDavenport, (WO. 4) me say tha.t there may three mis- tresses in this place who right, but outside of my! If I -could collect, the -waices me I could buy all the gro- ceries for a family, for three months. I am not exaggerating one bit. I thought Pueblo -was the -worst yet in this respoct. but It seema "there others." I itin afraid the next (reiHsratlon wni find very ;tw who are willinr to do house- I .-admit..there are girls -who are 'TIO cood." I have had. a. taxte of both kinds. -But what difference would money make -with It doesn't- make the maids -any better, or the mistresses mistress her -work In the world. So have we. all employes. My advice to the is: pick out a good .hysbaod. get married! .C. A. if. (Pueblo. JZxitTciaipe: the prtx-llege of Inceispolatton, I would remind, our spicv correspondent-that every woman thlnlvi a husband" when ehe isaa.rrtes. Moreover, -thet such a per- centage, of the spouses "selected prove unsatisfactory in -the ilong- run that It behooves- a. jwudent earner to look long and keenly she leaps from the .of .hOTsswork and the "madamV into servitude from which she cannot escape by "changjnjr her place." The. hardest way of earnin-g- a living1 ia to marry for a home and support. CKTo. 5) In'the caJliajr or business of a. servant, aj I found it before I haa a. homo of my own, I had everything to my advantage, and there, was no limit to- the- many did Qpoortunitiea. what I learned. and For four years I was a, servant. In this calline- I'had a home with cultured people, salary, promptly paid: a -warm room, nicely furniohed. and plenty of time for myself, litUe and shown to me -which would take too Ion IT to name here. Dear clris. all! your mistresses do not l.tok down- upon you. When once you have proved youwelves satisfied and interested in what on in home, they wlil soois Stit thsy src frienda cai> They will do