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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE WRITTEN BY CANADffll FOR THE CANADIAN WOMAN THUSLYFLOWRIE CONVERSATION IN COUNTRY CLUB DRESSING-ROOM A Man Landed At1 tHe Cook in the Garden With a Like An Island When in Swimming. Tiy MAI IS. Ql-II VIVE. dnsuuff ioom of tho oountu club furnished mainh with miironb, bcfoic each uf which is u feminine iwse bclnff pro- perly caleimlncd for dinner. The tllcto- graph' not record tho following conversation because It is not which Is juat as well for tho cllctp- graph. Clmracters arc not specially designated, since they are all alike, mom-.or less, varying only in age and weight. 75 tents for i inarrel and sixij tw o bail pins and by tho tlmo youjolt out-here In h motor car you en t a w o or a pin I w Ish thtj d run automobiles on'wires. Anna, have you'got a. blonde hairnet' 'No.- madam, .-biiti we'.'ijut-soniQ. eye- brow pencils since out litre the last time. 'Well, a lot of good an eyebrow pen- cil.will do me-when my hair loolts like u load ot Bring me the white shoe polish 'I'm sorry, madam, but we -haven't any! white shoe polish. "Very bring-, the complexion powder. That's good enough 'Yes, the poor oUl thing is going to by married. She was running loose, all around town ten minuets alter he pro- posed, and my word if sho Sidn't scat- ter the news. It wasn't enough tq have it: printed on the front page of tho iqorning paper. It is certainly a re- lief to. the civilized world to :know that that femalo woman has at last landed a man. She has been the most spectacle In the city for the lost ten years, 0, yes, I Know-she' opdles of money. Otherwise she'd be a Jsp'n. to the end of her Any wo- irian has a husband doesn't .think ..such a cute little trick to catch 'em, i Turkuh Bathi. 1 fe all light to talk about beir 3 1 slender but anj skinnj woman oulti the shoes nlf back to liave a "lew "ourves. I like to see a wo- man a bit robust as-if she well I weigh 100 hut I don t look It When J was man led I weieh just 97 No I don t btlitve In lurk fsn baths. Every time I go there I drink CUe and coma out fh0 pounds 'When their feet are number sevens they weai white 1 know a, woman, and you can see three Inches ot her toes before she comes around the corner. i When I w 'I never could make a decent'psyche. That Smliii girl next door hasn't more than seven hairs in iier head, but it beats the world how she can twist them up to Ipok like a bushel, Til he glad wSen I'nf a grpwn wo- man and don't have i-yeryfioay tell me that 5 oung girls look best simple Simple clothes are supqsed to be clothes that cost much. 'My mo her his sK gowns tP my 6113 Wait until I get marrjed.'I'm going- to wear AN AFTERNOON COWN trai.ifid gowns for breakfast, and swish, around all I like.' Hark to (he Bargain-Hunter. ff'T'lllj most womleiful bugatns I 1 sa In mj life! Look it this dross 1 got on! What do ..Jiotj think I paid for 1L? Only and it lot of It la hand 'done. Never had to. alter a stitch. Awfully good Hues, don't you think? It's really very smart. .1 picked up a shift waist on tho maiij the other day that is Ji perfect petch U his the lUUc VaJ rul on 1 i rd crochet. I hato to tdl jou how cheip it was dim't catcli mo going to an expensive clrc-ssmaker any'more and having her tpll .me tliat fit a.good figure ill ilfjit, but slfo cinf fit my am} Epenu her thnt In the fact .that1'I hayon't'.a-.form like her net OUB- tom'or 'who orders a thousand dollars! worth of stuff every time she her noso in tht> place., 1 can. dig up; some wonders .when'I shovel through the bargain counters. 1 am Just learn- ing how. 'die dead If. you ever saw her In swimming. Sim looks like an Island; O, yes, she she can swim, butr you have to get'out of range nf the? fountain when her feet cotne down, Mero> no' That Ipn't natural color of her hair. She's as gray jis a rat.; She hennas it. Hits It done every six xyeeks. And the way she cultivates that languishing, die-away agony tires out her friends 'We.Hi I oan' stam] her bptter than' I can stand her That woman! always has sometljlng'the matter with. haj I thought after slit through she'd let up on the vivid descriptions, of what the. doctor said-1 and what the nurse ind whit the neighbors said, and who was in the nitxt hospital room, and IIRW mupli Ui cost 1 think HJW shes pi to have a nb cut or an arm off. She's'perfectly, wild on amputating, some part of her anatomy.'As for I wouldn't even have my hair cut off.J Luncheon Mrs, Noah Served i it the usu-il luncheon Y mil gietn peas imd held lettuce salad and n-es ]f EQmeojie would j ist inient i lunch eon Dverjliotl> Pits nbout much is thej then sit around ill htuffed up and sleep through bridge, anil go home and tell the fam- 1U they wero liore.d ig deatii. I'm so Ihij to btay home'-ttOrjnorrpw and get tho, hildrcn and mnbe hjie J- oook 'Don't mention cooks. I used to have a new one every four years, and nm 1 four ones wpfk I neiar saw inythintr 111 e It "iou cant fept onp for c or monej J here juoL aien t an> I think bacl to tjood old dayt> w 1 used to pa to sleep on the gnss ind we wcru .he facandal of the neifch- boil pod T very morning when wauieti hrpskfast I liiul 'to go out in the garden with a blanket and catch the cook. Stuck in My Back. (fl T w is i. boiutiful moonlight night, 1 and Ghirlej was perfectlj idoi able but the ttle told pin at tho back of my collar had slipped down mv back and got -stuck utidir my stays, ind I ncirjy went rn id I 1W e the wrctchetlest luck. H was Ihe first time I had been ab.le to get him away fitm pleanor and him a minute alone, and all-I could think about was that, awful pin digging Into my f'O, yes, I take osteopathy, too. It's Bf[ soothing pooi are weak 1 take treatments other day. My osteopathie physician says nm of nn is out of -Uign ment. That 9 what tljLi to bateopatha there's ho such thing as a perfectly good spine. flm a t fright' Just look at ray h iir There s not i spcgk of curj In It Anni Where j, Uc cuilmfc iron" 'Anna, 'Anna, Tribune, The sketch dpplcts gown stefel colored with dross in styfe, made of rose- pink chiffon. This is an unusual com- bination, and cannot he' appreciated the two contrasting colors nrc tried together. .The effect la wholly charming. The buttons are in a deep shade of rose, and the pale pink' embroUlereil colinr hlrnda harmonious- lv wltjj this dajnlr costume. IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN PRINCESS PAT, BUT- i photograph shows the Marquis of and his, flineco Ladjy aTarjoiie mneis., one of tho of Ln-Ush socletj It was taken as Tiere fct Martins Churflli trntilsir Square Tendon after Ihe marriage of ailafa Mola Tree Mr Herbert Tree Air -Uan Parsons The announcement of their engagement sets at rest the ttunantic. stones of tUoJiopelessJow affaiL between the Marquis and Princess PatrieJa of ConnaughL HOW GKLGARY'S WOMEN 'DID THEMSELVES AND 'CITY fiROUD Reception Committee Ai ranged a Wondeitul Welcome With' Auto Rides, Etc., tor Eighty-Four Prominent American Women, Who Were to Pass Through Tragi-Humorous .Sequel. v THE VTOtt asked a sclioolnils tress dilating on the v Irtue of politeness, "if you wcro seated In a street car, every scat-o'C.which was oc cupled and a- laflv entered, what would jou Pietend I wag asjeep was the prompt lepli HOPELESS. me to congritulale you hat for1" for Just sunshine, the blue skies, the fact (hat. you aro up and about. Isn't that 'Then congratulate me for not hav- ing1 ilKe jo urn" FAMOUS BANBURY IS BEING DESPOILED Every Child Has "Ridden a White Horse to Banbury But Nevermore THn Blorv ot Binbuiv Is depart- ing II Is no longer nccee sari to to to BTnbuiy to eat Binbiiu thoi cm bo bought in London Tlie old cros.s dear to the oia and to the inmate? countless nurserii-s been replaced bv a mullein spire HKo erection but itlll the pride ot Bmburj lenmintd-the old G'obe Poom rould bo scon tli it is some, and the folks of Dinbury infciy iKoinse tbpj thinlv It Is. being despoiled tor the gutitkatlon of I Vnn-iicon antluue limiteii, Lous eon aid fn tlie Old nnrlliiBton; street iscnt' uho hue bo ight the filpbe Room S15 theie I' no truth the rumor of Its liLlng sold to Air uJn tr.ougllt It go tS ere ddl The old Keindeer Inn Itself HMn the data 1862 ind is lull oC quaint Pintled rooms -nllh ine0'ulai ceilings and h( i nsf inf) In its courtsard is tho Globe Room] wlilcl. Tvith Its beautiful slope mul Honed window its md 111 plastered colling snid tq cqljlnin the finest Jauoliean In Ihe coun trj Ihe ilite Ibli is cipod 01) the paneling, and it In that Ciomwell is rci-ordod as holding a council Just before the battle ot tdB hill 111 the pieces? ot rcmox inp _'Hi-, Dinellns some Inloiestlng fljidi been Many old coins halo picked up the malorltv being cop- pc, and belonging to the cenlnrj But the most striking die coveiy lias been a double bariLlcd plslol hidden behind the punpl- [nff ntii the fireplace It 13 In ejt collent piesenotlon tlio In.i buireH runs the pH-Knlcd to IMck tho 1 lie Beat Inn -Drury tajic, luap "i 'I'1 "'P "C milter Is gKen as Bakei London Banburv 1ms no legend !t with ths famous hlshwai man but' tne genuineness ot the relic Imtaken for .granted: J7JC 7 ACTS T ITTLE I heir thnt pa boved sour ears on the ve> tcrday' kittle Boj 'Boxed nu that goo? to cnn onjy HCVB one-half what >ou He only boxed one ot my ears. I dodged (he second lick. It wasn't on the street our AT AGARDEN PARTY Mrs John Ward Wears Costume Completely of at the Countess of Jersey's Function Bi -LTA when we are to I a tew oC fine wcathei to us bj the clerk of the. weather i the month of garden ittep but so few and far between xe been the respictible samples tliib >car that quite i number oE functions been completely ruined The Oountess of Jeisej who alw tjs, ahes two or thiee Ostei'eji Pa k, her beautiful o f dn the Thames ititick oil ho 'last and her guests nible to then fiockb on the spacious Kun" The most sensational dress was worn bi Tohn Waid, wiiq wis clothed in while from hat crown to shoe heel. She had -1ai- coat and skirt of white brocade, of snowy sw-ansdown horilerlng the hem or" the skirt. The. cutj'away in front, ind with long lalls trimmed In same manner, opened to show a iiimply tucljecl white: waist, with'.. a row of cut piste buttons as the only With Uils creation she _rwore .high- heeled w-hUu and a.small white hat with worn In the new fashion comet ice It was hudlj piottx puh-i b but decidedli nn usual, anil attracted a lot of notice as she walked about. TO GEfRfjVL BRAND OF AUBURN TRESSES You Must Get a Job in a Soda Ash f Jt Is Done, 1T Ijas been found that the w ay to oiitain inbiini hair is get a. Job ish m inufactorj new soda asji plant s-tarud abroad i mplojs nen in Hm proceatcs at chang- e fealt as it comes fiom the huge which Ufiderlio the When these men went to work thoi halt longed from tlio light blpnde ot iialnet, 01 noithern to the dark arfd Incks that grow upmi thf1 hearts other racts Gradu- noted that the hair.'of the blonde men'-'" was assuiii'linK ;t golden tinge, iind .Ume' woceJori .the golden hue doeneaed .until now the hair through ill the shades of red from a golden auburn to a fiery red. The change from tho brown hair of some of the men to tho reddish tinge appealed to bf white black longest, but jiow virLual: ll eveiy min who hab uoiked In the plant more than a' year can truly say Jifs te ltd .ind ds hayo Uoen the same wa y. OARRUQES. IRLJsGU jomnal 'Utes tliat the railway hi France In tend to inaugurate "sllencG" carriages tor ho do noi wish to bo addressed by A SERVANTS PARADISE Mjlb IOIUN IT rJ.AGLEK wife of the mult! millionaiic nUway ami fat mdird Oil OnanUcr. bus told In uilnUnlow how nho the twenty servants who comprise htr household corps Sho snjb hhi has solved the sf-rv nit piohlrm btpauso 1 cheat a elil out of pLcasyre pho has planned by aiking her to work whin Iws to get off. When I cnteitain I notify tho servants at Icafat In adMtpcc. HO that the5 wont make i nj for that daj I big entertilnmentfl I employ cttra help My sonants arrange imong tncmseKes so that some of to my library ind they taHo ol It too 1 hty HKo to rtart and they time to do it 'I should feel cojisuiencc-strlcken If t thought persons In my employ slaved all day long.' The .work in my house'ja so systemntlied that they aro not comiieHcd to do BO. urge-them to KO out every afternoon and set tho air, 1 ono Jn JJD rtlciiiar wlilch to stnetly acciu.-a.te, is as tho Adierican Womena Club __lhte clutj Is a. now organization bom last springi but bj tho bilgut lahlne umd tho invigorating nrnm tain breezes of tho City'qt tno Tool Ills, It is thrilled with the spirit1 of tho enthusiastic, 6, aspir- ing. How In ,CaJgarj, ovcr> bod; "docs something and this vigoipujs jaunt .urallng, Imbued with tlie prevailing enthusiasm, has been frantically, struir- __IE for new outlets for its actlvl ties chinnels iu which tor1 make id its aspirations and io reillre iu nm bit tons At last a weekt. a. treat chance :ame A GLORIOUS OPPORTUNITY -a real lUe, brand., new opportunity arose- Iho new? was not told on the Tiouse tops in Oath nor v hispere.dr'upon the of Askalou, but-'in jStonBO-Jwaj or another it filteietl through intjl the becreUuy of tho club ipecial train to pass through Calgary, tarrj ing Hbtflew ard Home eights-tour women delegates who iiad been attending the tion of Women i is tlhai the prgner to TiVfiU it was a great of T o men In Course it was a hie; there eitttU four delegates on train gpint i' "Vow wasn t thalj ar dhcsted them- selves oC all othei engagements, .andt clad m their langcd thenuelves beside the bpu- quets the booklets, ind the auto wrs awaiting tho the guests Tho tiain. WTS sLheduied for threc- thirb pm and three-thirty t.amo as scheduled buT did not produce the tram Tno tlia bouquets, the booklets aaul the care w uud So did the tram Ihe mountftine or not at "Began to Make MINUTF tfter aEter hours passed and btill tho train waited, and tho ladies, bouquets books and ears did likewise But tlie vaV- ing became monotonous after a nnd some of the fainter-hearted be Kan to wondei if aftei all, the game as woith the candle It wasn't the old story about. "I have nruried a. wife, ot bought oxen ete but ont. rcall> cannot staj any longer iou know John imd at ranged to tike us foi si dilve this afteinoon and was nuito eross- when I begged ofC until o clock but I ically dare not keep him welting any longer You know what iren are' So me all about it this evening." 1 hen another It s, loo provoking deai but some people aro coming to olnuer to-iught and I lust cannot trust the maid unless 1m iround myself fahcd south the soup or forget the Ices or bomo dreadful thing But >oullt manage splendidly dear ind you II ring mr up to night t you' So bom, and sho departed. ho llje hours pas led and the delega- tion is the tho autos did the eighty-four books and bouquot remaned the half-past ton o clock at hiight when that special train pulled In to tne station at Talgary, and the lemrwntb of tho reception committee tired and sleepy and hungry too gathered t self together and In dlgnitv and itate Itood ready to porlorm Its duties Only Two Arrived. it th" Rncoutlon Committee hafl dwindled, fin too had the ladles tn iifl received, for, not knowing what had hcen prepared for them, two alone of those "eighty-four famous club wn- mon" had remained awake to partalta In this delayed "surprise party." Tho, bcautlfs of Banff had proved the .indolng of eighty-two, and they had fallen wlIllnK victims to tho woohiR of Morpheus, hut Mrs. Carpenter, of Xcw York, and Mrg. Urown, of Florida, had fa'HB "DOYS will be boys, when are little T. retches and no exception v He imd brftken of the- (he teacher told Won 4o tell We -niotlwii about it, and aUo about the punishment he had was of teaehei She thought mothei might him again Lho nes.t niorning she asked Well, Tomm> did loll mother about bad yet- 1 punlshvd jou' yeff replied fommj tiulcklyC 'Well, wlvit dfd iour mother f'j was teacher's question u like-to wri'ng replied Tommy eolmh STOW JUMPING ,J beach the littlo watched a fat bathei difaf' Ui the Me know nothing of tides, and ho did not notice that succeeding came a. tie to Ills feet At labttan ev- tra b.lg over Ijis ahoes tops Tleasa stop Jie jelled to the filr fat pather 'stop jiimpin up and ddun? else youll thffWH. me1' meet, a- Kojxiawherc down, tho lln.0 wero su at Banff ccr-" tinned the ladles and It is fttl. L KtAcn minutes onl> the train de- short thrilling minutesj the ladles delivered tl carna-tloiis-'and tho booklets and chitted with intere'tlngr lien the quacter hour flonn all so awiftlj and the engino had fehrjeked IU last fiantle LartweU to tlie Clt; of the FootLills' a few happy an4t Vlberta w and though hot huntjrj of thelt up-to-date izatipn settled into servtfd serene in the con-' sclousnets ot obligations Eulhlled, of ,-WHY NOT? OLbIC aged fom, taken in tp see the new babj brothdl hac] recently arrived' t "JJa-wma sho after iJookinff tho liaby over, why didn I joii a half dollar more1 and get a i TEA 1J "UJDI1OR 'How's new SDeiety, roportei' I told him to ai much as possible V j Assistant "He did Rure s hlfc ac- count of jestenlaj s afternoon tea Mri poured Alia Tibber oar- ed Mrs bored lira Rasping1 gored, and Mrs Embonpoint srtoretl A COMFORTABLE NEGLIGE One admirable style Is made of pinlr flowered silk muslin. Two full-lenitlk trips of the material nre seamed to- ;cther in the centre of the back an4 >rousht over the falling: to ho feet. The semblance of a made bj stUchins the sleeve'In -Bhapcd line Ui the. Y.'RlBt, stud each side, as shown In the ;