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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Siilunla.v, .September 28, 1912 DOMESTIC SERVANTS GET STARVATION PAY In Great Helpless of All Workers in the Old Person in Every Twenty So Tlic Servant Problem Daily Gets Better. Hy Ilklns- The wip aiul apron which arc tho Natlunal liisur- "'lll numbered three millions ut' other words, thjit out ot" the tola population (men, women, and chil- dren) in tho UnlUtil Kingdom one Jill-work is too It Is not worse often as regards i r Milwauki Lnfoliflte himself in an unusual pr.'ilicaini'iit as a result, cf Governor thai. Mcfrnvcrn's announcement that he 3Ver proposes to vote for Roosevelt. :very fifteen or Uiereaboma servant. This is excess! vo estimate. rtheltsa. .It. is ;in undoubted fact doniCEtie" servunis number f; millions. Ana a very strik wltfl 11 iiuii :n the Old Count rr, is Senator Laiollette allow- lhia: llmi_ ilotels sos. mi less than sixty etl to become public advance sheets of !i-.' ho an editorial in his v.-t-L-k, in which ht- houses keeping servants .'anted houses. Thus in two hundred thousand land, one mafd-nf-. tho manifold duties do-} J-Urhteen per rent, of the keapintj .servants are ho- are kept, and per ctmL are servants magazine ibis -i'n'- declares that a though allowed himself to soil his hiii-ds in the urpois oi ill-work pei-i'oi llonsevcttiKni "at the Chicago conveti- 3l' J lion, his progressive tendency is oi a naunx- v.-Mcb forces Lnioilette to ad- remaining twenty-cr vocate liis election. nouses which have over" two Hut while tliis proclamation 5n their ejstublishmw.t, Damestic f.. Ijcins henihicii the state caire havc lheir tragedies of .ta-McOovcn, announcement for XV Roosevelt and at it by .same time a or to too close con "it ne'.vs item from RepubUwn hcailqiiar- :o tho house, or to in the ters at Chicago announcing tlsat La- a sinsuhirly heaHh; follctte will give the national repuh- iican three of his thoy are apt to time in a campaijin against Uuose- Comparatively yountr. Yet the career veil. Lafollctte is expected to he onc year by year, see matter of overwork than is that ol tlio kitchim or scullery nmid in maiij a largrc house where many are kept. In such an fstubllBhmnnt canti-ol of the under-st-rvaius is generally lefi ta iho honseltec-uer. anii those who think that the latter is in- variably so kindly in her considera- tion, nnd so at'fecMormte in her soiiic-i- tude, tor those in her churge. us hoi usually ample dimension.? would sus- know little indeed of: the functionary in question. In nine eases out of ten she if a Tartar, Her little finger Is thlckoi than her mistress' loins. Moreover, in these big: London ivhe the 'the family" is up tion for grossly i iiccommotla- tho under-servants is often For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. The great and we! vplope.1 into an anleiii Taft support- for 'ess attractiveness placed on the front Equiility Association. In New president. suitable young- people. Governor X'cGovtrn's statement in' Can't which he announced tfiatJie will vote complnint is heard an- for the RonseveH poll- thal of v ,X, middle clasncs that it I tical electors on Nobiter finli, says to set aad [that he the repolilican crood servants. i congress and state tickets. there an? man is in- :._tain MONTREALERS .GIVE reached the corrals oil -CARPENTER SEND-OFF the AVcsrern Horse Ranches, Jlontreal. Sent leaviti? on Crowfoot Creek, yesterday, after for Edmonton last nighr, whore he- this reasons. FKjt, i'o- ttrn too much million and a maids-of-a II-work, ivho are almost- rompietely cist off from mixing: with their friends except on the n-iflvilLLfiL 7 creeK, yestermiy. after n lor Kuraontou last nighr, whore he 'Weninr out" Secondly the servant inff tllG brllllnnt Career of a ffov-nmecs, 1 V OflfS of sixty days. goes to become chief of police, Silas her broucht home I0iand ia treutcd by.her nmiiloyur on iWi Jlrfl I Uj These sheep left Chester, Mont., on! H- for sixteen year? Jlon- ber too much, and too oitsn, for herj terms of fictitious equality, until a Wages are Poor. OTV arid then one hears stories oE some rich people who their chef five thousand dollars Q year or But. as a rule, wages nmoiiR the servant class rule very low, and that brings me to a third reason why tho calling is growingr in nnpritjuhirity. Servants' ivasss have not risen with the .wages of most other classes of not In the same proportion- Of course, the wages vary enormonply. A buticr or housekeeper may get his or her five hundred dol- lars a more, and eft oil II-SK. Wany a little household drudge, its hair put up too younpr, but a dollar a week, and less. In a. MASTER PRINTERS .ARLORGANIZED. WESTERN CRAFTSMEN UNITE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THEiR TRADE Saskatoon, Sept. iou of an Intcrjiruvincial Blaster rinters' association of Saskatche- wan anil Alberta, was launclicil tliis afternoon in this citj-. Delegates from Calgary, LctUbriclge, Rcgina, Kdmon- lon ant! appointci! at tlio recent printers' convention 511 Cal- gary, met in the Hoard of Trade rooms anil there rireu- up a constitu- tion for the now organization, the ob- ject of is the furthering oi the printers' in the prairie pro- vinces. General Organizer Van Pelt oi llic United Typolhctao of America, ad- dressed today's meeting, explaining ing tile tielielHs of concerted act-ion liy cinploying printers and Hie accruing It is on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows him profits from the' establishment of lo- home wHh two carvants, j cal .printers' boards of trade to would pi-oby.bly yet about a hun- iafp prices and discuss thc questions j appertaining to the cost of publica-U- tion. Followimc the adoption of the con-! fitifulioH the foUowing office us wore clsnteil President, C. -K. Hayes, L> Edmonton vicc-prosidenl, Marker, I drfid and twenty, and the ether nine- ty, or a hundred, dollars'a year. Con- stant all work. ;io play, and poor are tliu in.-iln features of the calling. Small wonder that tUe "misuses" are complainlnpr. a chorus, that they "can't TABER CAR SHORTAGE good wadays." Some of I secretary-treasurer, (kjrtson, Tabor.' Sept. is al- ready beginning 10 feel iho. pinch of car shortage for grain shipments. There has been iitilc grain shipped hitherto, iniL ft is cioming in in large them, it is true, are the enperi- i Alta executive coniniitlee, j now, and there is nient of 'lady" ccclrs. "lady" bouse- j Messes. Barker, Regina Yoiinir, Has- maids, and so on- means that katoon some daughter 'of ,-L poor clorEyman, or v.'OOff, other needy yirofessioiml, or semi-pro-. fccsionaJ, man, is incliicGd to enler do- .ionlan, I.ethhriilge Slier- Calgary; (Jalliraith, Moose j On 'the invitation cf Peleeute liar- mastic service, in prefarence to adopt- I the, brllllnnt career of a R-ovnrnecs i l'L 'lu in Kcgma in IS'I'J. the next OVER MONTANA BROUGHT TO WESTERN HORS RANCH AT CROWFOOT j July and were driven Pendant I .detective and for twenty- row arises, when she is speedily re- j_.EEp j and .Medicine Hat, from i >'c-rs connected with the minded that, she is "nothing hat a _ jwhlch point they followed the- line OL ilcpai-tnient, was presented on be- servant, .after .ill." Well, better be the river for watering puryoses i Ous'neas men of tlie city than bu ilie jiverape {iovernei-H In readied Crowfoot safe and i :i for and a gold which real feudalism i ferrcd. that than bu llie a rniddlo-class household. can't There are 150 children of school at BlRirmore, and accoinmoiln- tion for onlv 90. not a car to be had, according Lo tho shippers. Tin's shortage is likely to de- velop to a serious extent as tho season advances. There is a great deal of grain In the Ta- ber district to he marketed this year, anil if something is not clone towards relieving the shortage, the farmers will he in a had way. Calgary. Sept. thousand slwep- f'oisT.-oid anil .Merino, pure -jrade ewsa ,-iarl lambs, reg- -i Hampshire, SbronHhire and Eouth'iOiVD to suitably engraved. There was more Icnriy and may possibly bo besides a handbas for Jlrs. Carpenter, Bllt- :iftcr _ ftild the assurance of the promoters of I strikes one most in the relationship of i tht? testimonial that the fund would misfreas nnd mail1 Oili Country A Joronlo clothin? imv.'lit-r selling prchably increase us subscriptions !Ia thc lack of inulual hindly feollns bp- v.ilhmit Ucense( wprfi stn Comhlg ill( and amnunt the two. Of course, there arc 1 with but a sllsht loss from the j fects of the voyase. at .Souris, .Man., was fined and costs. Little is right. Pure chocolate, pure milk and pure what Maple Buds are. They're not only good to (he taste nourishing and wholesome. Tlie children may eat all they want. Maple Buds satisfy their craving for sweets and at the same time buiid up their little bodies. Buy Maple Buds at your grocery. Teach the children to spend their pennies for these wholesome sweets. ISA I multitudes of inceptions there are I admirable mistresses, nnd there .-ire Ipxemulary but. i broadly, thc rule is as .stated. Kven in biff establish inc-nts, the old typo of jrelnfnfcr, was one Iho family, to Kponk. nnd looked on its inter- est H as his own, and, in return, was tho of' that family's refriird, (iH nlmojct cxtiin-t. Th.; whole i-cla- ilionship employer :uid r-d in the household must shortly hr j re-east, H? it IK beiiiff re-cjist --n tho j land, Jn the factory, in the ware- j hcuse. hi tlie mirm. At iiresent. U j ton inm-li a shiun item, without thu substantial benefits [c Name and design r Look for tho Name. They're nofc Maple Buds unless they're Cowan THE COWAN CO. Limited Toronto. Ont. after GRAXUM i rd nil (iver _________; i local "cop" Oranum, Sept. banquet now. tfivtm Thiirsdav nvcninc; in honor oi Kd. Wright, laic manager of thc Until- f.i Ufimilittii AVolli. srvotity- fivc guests sat down to a fuc lunch by (ho Hfrrgcrmati cafr. Thu of Hie liuiflf "I'M" prfi-> fill of a jiold walch full. It was ;i small token of friendship, hut sincere wishes worn it. After a few and sonirs the enioymeni Messrs. unil I.fslie l.anrenco wtH'e isitors In on daj. Nftniian listrtii-r, colicnoi for thc I. M. was in loivn week. j Of The '.oca! jail has hern j fund from Itotiitiii. The finid a-inotints repairs this U, has hmi plauk-jin 811 ART GIRL. 'after "1 doii'i why you are not as consider comfort as you used to he of y-nir j fi'tl-.t-r's." the: "Why, my dear. I He: "How do you make that out? When T nomr? into the house 1 have to hunt around for my slippers and tivurythins else I happen to want: Imt whtn 1 used to court you, and your fulher would corns; in from business, you v.-ould rush around pitheriny up his things, wheel his up to the fire, warm his siipners. rind him both JL head-rust and a foot-rust, KO tlial nil he had to do to drop down and be. Flic: "Oh, that wa.s only so h'Al b'" i) j-li'ep tho .sooner." KHE KNEW, is meant by ti: Hive Party7" Why. th'n whvre Tlir i own "Ilads'-' art1 spend abnut in with gas. re.prc.senting the tiir.il (ins Co., has hcen in town ll.e last week, preparing the ine; of clc. M. will han.Ilr rrp.iiis anil for Uui ARE rtiiblin, i- ly will puhli.sh In tomorrow morn- 's newspapers a loni; lisi of nanios snhscribois lo the narllampntnry Ask your for "FUV'S AIALTKO g-rcal sfrenglli builder invalids. ;