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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LIFF OF AND A NEW TRAINING HOME CAREFUL LIVING FOR TENNIS No O dy Geareta or Wme For Girl Who Would Be a Cham i Teinb Is No Garden Game Saji nn Champ on 3To cigarets. nad nff trine IE EO a lias been-the undoing oi imn crack player who couldn't usiit jiist one or "one more teauy weeny one-step surely w on t ?lJoH.niy gain; One thing wear GOOD QUEEN EMMA tho Dowag ers or Kuropo few aro moro interesting tljan Queon Tmma of the 'NotherlaudB. under sKtj but she 1ms a Dowager for a duartdr of a otnturj With her Is bound up tho ro mnnco of a thousand yeir old reigning family which run to women tnd is at tho point of extinction It her daughter, the, present queen, had not been born Holland would hmo gone to tho Gcrmins wd Queen Emma; Is considered a saint ntriini) on ntalcli il ijltr (Otft dijs Vtay rilc L0st footweai is tho n on a glass of Sp utsh L padtilla shot, with a (i. isole. Lu icn ami a santiiciih- 10. Good Players Abroad, cai-n match, 11. -Drinking nothing during a j of ire that tl eie aie ma I eh except barley icafer. ftentj toed g'll players, abroad 12. Bed (it 10 p.m., and nine jtp'ohe here' is beca' i.e of the.Jacl; Jiours' undisturbed sleep. {professional teachers in this country hce e rules EnRland for instance a girl ja tennib lesson just as she does h r imii ic 01 he at the hands 1 ciiue grl tews cJiamp ons Bv CLAHE CVSSEL s onal she beg ns Indoor Tennis- Doubl slof some .tJunvrKo.! v .tgbt up-as an accomplish- .arapi pjayer_ Here Tvetseem to neglect _vTO n ei I know w ere plaj mg a. rlldiments The rCjUlt )S thftt the "T" slJh g same of tennis the, e American gir, ta bad 1 o h when one of them saat tho of no teachiuCj tl c score Fifteen sassy jeered a young loaf r wno was neeknsr th oush the ferce don you slap h s wr-st Veal hard WHERE IS SWEET- FACED WOMAN? COURTESY MINUS TOO WHY IS MARRIAGE SO OFTEN A BORE? Husbands and Wives Destroy Their Own Happiness When Too Frank. mat 1 Is idea of whit tennis, is tcjs is fhe 'dea o o p op e In parsing I m-gK add tha p ther of tho e pUt ers "ie net could wcJl mn ha i'ed the at tne fence if it wtth a amg'e hana jtoo. is Jio- jgiirileii party game. j Uter hofc c. map S jwhal Hag Beconie of the Plea IS Very Popular' sart Counterance ard Princess Sunshine Changing the Character of the Duchy of Brunswick. H> ro- nian who t -iiHiihgij -ef" baseball. July 18, 1014. AUCUaT Of 1 his duchc_s cto i L Xiouisc become Polite Bv MRS. DONALD SHAW. f S Ui" stjle of facial ex j pre sion worn b> women of all ages a pleasant ont, le who takes the tro ible to notice the tountimnces of the women anl In the streets of our cities H not he ICate to gi e a decided negra- A CDKrtR Cf JMTPCMDTIC 3QENCC B3CM, METHODIST HwnCi tive. Thi ilter c. map 1 i nnls him all in. i II Bl be. J-- to xiSi-any nian who JPn s nihgij-ef baseball. A Lbam c3 3 matcll ivl h tho rs IQ the sco e oil. n running ticc BimWi u deucs sou; wi I flnl poaftlltS of Tvar -vUU jutt hat .t ,s raws m-u on, ,tl, mra-uie-h ixhansted a the.t c and the cronn a srl is U ouch 3he .aoftli pli Itirile-sm m mon, prin-cs Ilt-s with hi. fi'n m liic loir lioid iiith ilcasure tendency to assume a for- -1 to a mi-lure of il t oiper Lbam C5 lyf topics of1 -conversation pior hip matcll wlh tho pj_> rs Tht Iin-u L ou the sco e oil n running toetrbarrpsjmtoit ihc pnn es tiW ond hiutcur B me -asuiff to suth an of war -vith. juct nt hat it is ran.Ij that one neeti, bo! end the thin. lost s glit of in the of TarsiYv fro ball ons ot the dailv t nnls means tus for IT-TI of the onlj fljugh er tLe read r msj whutp1 ll Ilu L -tooueh the t for worn n ra is it spoils reconcil i ion oa l "e forearm anJ s raJr.3 raosclES K cit ir ictor a Lou t, has made as fonnerly to Br.rlin- I rmzea-c1! n Son" n you outht to k ep in the finest shape And r swim if iou wan toi-1 imp keep your game to the topnntch! Tha. up arm mus les Sl e _ be ke for rarquet work and he n P mcew Suns ime AVhen a wa er ia "pt to spoil jour Ilis 11 a pr e for a pho is a tsc I fict And golf st-o% injr her without a ctrictly taboo. The golfing eye on6 eomiieteil. the tennis c-ye ore quite two differed The son b? the Diwbess and Duke if- -nest Aug t was recently chris- indeed to meet ajschool and'all tho D queer looking jnian or a. fti 1 AM h a edjn-urts i TC mff pans banging on reefn of txpre ion: yet a few j the ars "go a nt ssion -nns] sliL rcp'ies scornlu. able to Thus a-JL and the 'tatuie ir I im i WvJinen who t u cs are not ouiiea I a re m u illj wa p. i m disposl-1 __r suro to e "i to gone to other and a is by n t re a il -in s' looking .waspish. Robbed of Natural. Beauty PRETTY Ups are .set in a straight un tiding line, noses which by ,nd of r that blunder ire forced to ac w o ih it sf-e is -a Supcuoi soung person You' also leavn that "she is Misa.Aiii.j Piiririton. an assistant examiner in the patent office ana that it is her duty to puss upon the-patcntability children's toys. Hundreds', of drawings ahiV'specifi- of every toy imaginable fine their to her desk dnl> and this Material inust (explain eiacU> ,hov the are made and operated I' is" absolutely neceEsary that '.the the specifications state, any skilled mechanic is supposed ti be able to make .If the de- EeriptJon'of ascertain toy Is not-luclt foi Miss Puiingrton to Gerlv a cleat witi ers tending of the median ism moilel must be submitted. Miss favorite' tha is one whiuh has most pk isci h-TTanfy in tins pu licular line of work has. been the toy: ifliiariuiYiK, In which celluloid fish t.-uliioles, and toads swim and hop Lbout. appljcntions arc received for UP THE ILLUSION Do Not "Tell tlie' Truth" About Other to Each l Other LOVERS IN ODD PLACES Some Daring Spirits Choose Lion Cages, Coal Mines, r and Ferns Wheels. C WEDDED ON TRAPEZE Another Couple Caused lion by Having Ceremony m Statue of Liberty. v" l-Vi nwniiiije Js> loo of'en i boro thero can be Httlc doubt Mum i cbuplo ijlinplj endure Cich others bocletj because they nre afriifd to separate, disgrace or afraid afraid 'of social from economic in constant file tlon or in subdued mlsunderatandmg Manj alteinate between and Hie reason is not fvr to seek What mnl es marriage n the first place' Illusion Vn 1 it la Illu iion that is indispensable to its. h ipp5 continuance AVe go about to f'nu1 Ouier for tour disagreement He her shb nags him, he is she fs exti n igant ard ill that It ib all from the main trouble is has been al lowed to tear aside ill the all ihc er> and poetn and en chantment has been prof melj butch eied, and we call the com man sense.'% The Catholic teaching that mar Huge is a -uciamont is light in its deeper significance The union man and om in ib_onlv rodeemci from being beastlv DJ Uie element of lojatts and devotion It is when the MOST people flho- maKo up tliclt minus to mu try consider themschcs fated by only oha church or i registry office Ivot all marriages however, o been celebrated In these spe- cialty appointed places More t lan one couple surpri thfelr friends bv choosing "twinge roundlngs In which to the tied. i Amongst Oi.ees of curious wed- dings ch cus musi Einirdid a prominent place It is on record that one pair v> ere spliced on a swinging trapeze biide tmd briaefcioom gorgcoufclj at- tii ed climbed upon their aernj perches while tho officiating magis trate conducted the sen Ice standing on terra firm i between them The lions'- tiie-seen" oC redding ereinonics on more thiyi a faingle occasion 'ihe Hist time th s was done is siiil to sixteen ago b> 4 OtfQ people at Boston. sense ot "tlll-death (lo us part''-la.In both hearts tl theie is an> true ma riage In Other it I" and not lhat men an 1 faeel thing that it be full of n- tin 1 now it ill A lien tl ere is no rooie tionder and a. ttl'ng of tht. infinite and mil n in it then comes That 't, why it is, i( Bin to worship an Idol of wood orjAh went ei ind tl stone UhPre Is no vague less m it it s nQ morc nen otls man as Aulgarlj kno-tfable Hence it Is -that- the woman who usually norm's in telling the trjlh to her A lion tamer and his bride wer'e die pan ic-3 and the bcs in in accom- panied them Into the case contain- ing ferocious It is h irdly tlmt the re UK it1 0onUf- man who read the !do so from the safe side of the bars, d the hriflo husband aoouti herself wno piclis imt his flaws and exhibits them, and shortcomings is muidei ig th" man who ceosea he pardortb n Hatter} and praise he h towel upon the woman in the flaj-; rff coi fehip u and hoists of telling ti i onlj "truth." -Is1 sow-ins the "sBcd-'pC bore- dom .and alienation. pprsHtent ''cc n" fdr the good in or a iabanl con Ini El onlng of it, anu of iil r mml "in c n t a Human m lire I wants an f ipprtcli j Ion of of iu r MIL. tioi 1C do not to take n I tn, dull patent th n cl c or whether it is a phase of That there Js rany beauty-in suc-n a shion no one coul 1 tcrjcu ly be lieve It only necessirj to studv attlstic photogranh t o appreCIate the fact that from in of it irtists point of tvomcns faces hoftexei a supporter on. things, and-you can't have both once. The golfing eye fixes itself on aj motionless ball; the tenjiis eye must catch it whizzing a mile a minute, j You can't eat everything would be.a cliamplonl'' Many here to'a summer.-lohg.j: 'A-glass of niilk arid -a sandwich is-ali j ought to take for luncheon, on j of a big match; it gives you j thing to "go on" without making .you heavy- and sluggish. Avoid WineyToo. v ;v AB for anything to drink, that Is out of the question. A. cock- tail, or even a glass of wine, and your, chances go a-gUm'mcring, But I have I fcnown a girl actually in "need of brandy or some other stimulant at the end of a heart-straining and nerverracking match which haa gone, into deuce many times. You may be sure, the girl never Iminlgcs who ?ias a first-class tennis rating. As for me, epirita of animonia is all I j when I am yall'In." As one of my fellow tennis players among the .men has rightly aaid: "A girl can't be, a sport and u champion same time." Which is strictly' true And, of course, not a single cigar- ct. "One puff and your keen eye may be gone, your steady nerve sapped just a. little. Regular hours, oC at 10 every night when you are playing ttteadlly, and nine hoars of undisturbed sleep. Nor must you read ;yourself to sleep, even ;1t you are nervous because of next day's match; it spoils'your eye. Jn factor never allow myself to read at night during tho entire.tehnte seaaon. favorite amuseraent is to play the .piano'for the other girla to dance; the playing doesn't hurt, me, and the? reader' I completely spoils their deli- cate 1 nes and ejes which nature in hey are comple elj robbed of natural beauty and restnule or worth repioducuig on AD muUi as painted marole- To 01 camfls That this is not a look into the eyes of many girls national characteristic is easilj and i omen in dajs fs enough pro ed for tMs not found in the to one to vender hether the faces of women who have lived in feminine- nature has turned to stone counln "L expressive of so-nethlng than scorn and ill temper to be but Js an attribute L enone a 1 ind of look .is not tending to improve the girls of nor to-jiugtir well for the women .of the firai'reir-for undoubtedly the adoption of such a fashion -in faces must lend affeet the character anil mentality .ves 01 and pporter one may be of feminine freedom and advance- ment, I do not think there arc many who desire to 'see the total elimin- ation womanly traits of un selfishness; sympathy, and courtesy, either, outwardly or .inwardly. WALDORF ASTOR'S TOO WITTY DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, ASTOH, the, cxnnirlalct! American who lo seeking a dukedom, in Kntjland, was reported lo Im very angry with his witty Ameri- can daughter-in-law, formerly NannyJ-finshr.rm, for her Jocular remark in I'tjferancft in the tlghioned 'sirinya money >trfl. Aslor lysifi one of'lhe fbiir.bcautlfill I.rn.ghonis made famous by.the Charles fa nit Her wit r.nd humor arc.tii.V cf notublo t llilnkVoout'it for girl' tenhte play'-l-gathings', unll slie'is yc'ry populaj1 In Amurlcu as >yell as. .in England, of the city dweller The American woman-has maaa it her own for .'some time past. Isut amongst the farmrrs' wives and daughters unlesb the latter have at tended city schools one finds in en- tire of .this: characteristic, and their face? are as e-vpressne and la varied, their eyes as distinctly 3-di c'ativc of the soul behind them, as are the faces of the women lot .South- ern Europe for instance I have noticed often how ..quickly the eyes of a man and in fact, of women' themselves will turn and linker .upon the .face of a woman no latinr-what-hcr ago may be r hose expression distinctly, fcw ect or cheery, and the like -young wornan will speedily find herself left in-the cold on-the advent of iv girl who Is devoid of artificiality, ar.d who is not afraid, to, allow some human expre-'iKenefl" creep into her eyes, whose mouth docs not seem tp have forgotten how to smile, and who looks as though she hp.d some sympathy and unselfishness In her make-up. LacEt'of Common Courtesy A FEW days ago I WPS coming out of an otficc when one of tiie over smart.and under civil-young women suddenly brushed me on int side without h. of apdlogj. draRbcd oin.n ihe h swing door, let it clcac her without a backward 0Iance and on he" way its tho I v as the dust be- nealh her feet AJ I waa cons.dei nbly older than sho as and wn Imoreover carn-mg an umbiella and a j heavy pacl it I of papers one -syoultt {have though thai she hud taken of me, tha least she mlrjht hue done howovqi sreat 'her-hurry, wad to hold the door unt.I I could grasp the In idle iMiJeli "he hsd'practiilly wicitcd from me I wonder> If Rlrli who in this manner' are npy moro attractive to (men ihp.h they ire to woricn or whether their comparilOna do not occasionally :could. bo a return to tho RenUtnofs and, cour- tesy which wcro tho :.'.outstanding oC Ih'c wonicn. of t wanly-HUD years aRO.. -To. Jgo about the world 'ahjr ;ftntt contnct tp suppl> that don t get married. iii.iiiy- a woman has cominiiteii a to hp HIM ind by her fatal cleverness or murderous conscientiousness.. a man has taken piide in clil ing: i the f iu e1- and dicims and ecn Im nt f re m his hcjirtlis.tone, and ;rpund a hell of boredom. 'When there ia-no vhion'tho peo- ple peri'-h When th( is no in marriage there is loathing. Love is-a tender plant. As well expect a rosebush to grtt'x 'and bloom without sun soil and water as to expect love to flourish, 'ivithi'-ut an preciation and praise, careful rffusal to deal in thosd arn but ashes and a scorching wind to love. Inside a Statue. KOTHEK couple conceived the sti inne idea of bcins. married Je the hollow he id of the God- i of JUbcitj a colo statue Jn harbor O'Cicidl slon beirgr en en the iluH ool pi ice the brid il par hiding1 to mo nt thltc Imii'lrpdi ftc of iv ears Jgo a counlrj itle- iii in extremeh fond of huntlnp, icsolvnd on a hunting weddiliR. His bride, who was also- ji< -lic-cn rider to hounda, agreed, and Ihc happy couple were united on horseback in1 the-open air. Thfe' bride wore a riding Jiabit, while the groom was in red coat ami top-boots, .arid following the ccreioony there a hunt v; Mirrlases on horseback were frc- qiienUln the days of Gretna Green, when an eloping couple Jiiiti drily to reach tho blacksmith of. tlmt nlaca In order to-be legally married with- out touch waste of'-time. -In mora modern timea hasty marriages h'nvo. been made In carriages .and motor cars. GOLFERS' HANDS .ANIMAL CHAPERONS FOR SOCIETY MATRONS. aiNCI Mrs W K mdprhill Tr imported a Belgian sheop dog rind an nounccd that she was ui train him as i chnporon (he c h 13 emit rivali-y among the society ladles of New York nntl Chlcugo in follow-! Ing tills fad Many New York womt n followed Mn Vandeibllt and now i 5011 only lave to take a peon nt Fifth mcnuc to see m my matrons uid with nnndaome police tugKlnff at a inasli. But Mlsff" Chl- U.IKO was not to follow.': her hn-ger aister, she wanted lo he original; hence c'onlroverey between Mlas Frank Torole; with lipr Al- which she- niainialnfi lias a much keener flonnlbjlity ns ti) just thb proper manner in which his mistress nlioultl bo ehnpRrbned. Wore, on tho rlglit ol. tho picture, with her Helplan police doff, Is .confident Hiift'IniH not made a mistake !n her choice, and HO the rivalry on. The Alsatian is a: new opcclts and will be watched with' of care every golfer from time .to time suffers from sorb or tender spots on tho hands or. fingers Which bother lilni '.n Ms gumc.. Gloves are used some players without, serious .in- convenience, 'biit .there others'who cannot use-them. a1 good Idel to always: curry a small roll nf one-inch wide adhoaivc' plas- ter In the pocket of the bag. In case of a, blister, cut or other trifling ailment.'U is an easy matter; to wind a f-.ill wrapping or'two tot'the plaster, on1 the sore It, will be found that play., without inconvenience. In case of a cut It'ig wftll.' to put a hit of or clcnri llnpri over the Gut ociore ap-. plying the -adhesive plaster so as lo prevent tiio tiiarlng.opoii the wound In rc- movlnff the pins tor. A bit.of. the plaster over a blister on the foot may 'nines'- enable you T'O complete u round with greater com- fort. ;