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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THEIR. VANITY FAIRAT PALM BEACH, FLA, Most Gorgeous of Sun-Bairring 'Suils, That Were New Meant "to Be DRESS WnfrRieli Americans Indulge a Riot of Extravagance Men Die for- Freedom. FLORENCE.WCTHBOW, H.- aw sometimes inlsnom Ners. designating what Is no How often a breezy na.n like Seacrfsl Is 'assigned o leagues back from the eia, or Cl Cottage la applied to one at tide lev- Mot with Florida's Palm Beac which possesses palms nud bend par excellence, making It the o Palni Bench of the world. v tu bathlag Is'tnmous ojid enjoyed In 'mid-winter, while breslt Ice In our pllchers of a z mom. But as the old order ever yielding Pla" D61V' a variety ot bathing now at- tracts II being ot the species enjoln- ad by'tae precautionary mother upon her darling daughter "not lo so the water. precaution, for Canadian College tHas Fine s In WiMag lo LnfW Soa'al Service are and Scicn- Hiding tne aea noise, ETHEL CAMPBELL, a Philadelphia society 11 rldo the vicious to skill M be able to hold the sleaij} anil to K-P ov.riurrirs you when caught In a Inching, and th University "of Toronl Wonderful War Sketches On Exhibitiorun New York Heralding the Marvels of Ihc -58-Slony Woo, lo "Ncv Yorlf." ook lli'o'lrad" aria Instltl.teil 111 loncor TJeparlrntnl of Social Str ice. nr. Johnson was per uaded lo become Us director. Almost ill bnco students of prbbleins camp from all oier .no year or some ot n which iney were mosl nnd over., two hundred were the first year. To take' Hlcc, and In evor; ready to rlvondvlc r Information on i.uittm of social From'all era untl appeals'for idylcs oi.'.Vadi ousS proulen.B oV come In such-quantities that id lo Iha'dlreclor and hlj assistants umiilJilnlnK a consultnllon which, because It la'lor (he good of CnnaJa. Isir'a'dly and freely given to Inquirers ere slrUET11-- (o solvo some difficulty., Jn.fi ellio-la. :Xll sorls of people, both men .and omen, como lo take either tho full- mo couree. or soirio of Us many sub- Mhs. for Social .Service.Is ohiprehenslvo subject, an j- doea not as Is thought) mean nly 1 charllablo or phll.an.lhroplo work! but'even" fdrnx of enileavw lo Improve jlvlrig and working condi- tions In the country.' .Of 'course, "many of tho Eludcnts ntend making abclal career "a'n.l aro; preparing tlicmBolves lor such positions is execililve scere- In charily nrgnnlzatloni. Pro vlnclal or municipal boards .ot char- ities, children's aid societies, juvenile iolficera, supervisors in'public 'wo a thouirhl of nol.hlnB but Good time, hut who. have, menus raucl. more im'.r'have concrete ttan a mere round o, teas an ___.jjiilnna anil I u E.QU3- Uliu the sea. and Ihe nymphs on the a, ''.rival the flowers.of the Held.-Bright ,rtfully and arHessly contrived t th'e requlrernents of clothing, under taa familiar name of Ey' BEATRICE RHDPATH. R ESetches! 'One Immedt: ately Interested, and one's Interest Ts fully 'repaid by ttesa litUe dramncs. sketched often under fire by a' member of the Amiiican AmbiiUncji Cprpa In silks, france. -the .war' started Herman disport unuL-L .nalhins suit--, bul never.were suet seen before old P IwcbsUr.'.nad returned from a tour In Italy, where hCfhai etchings of-wonderfu _____ i 'to Palin olaer resorts have ii'sciui-" enough to dire It. Fantastic had may i.bt America's Bold each aspires to be L the mould m iut obser- Besides.- tee eipectarit beach -lass.of.Iaihloa and '-ot old palaces and -triages, arid of ft cinata'ot-Vcntcc, allletcled delicately with a great amount of charm. Th5 peace thkt'. do'mlnales these sketches, the metlcnloosTtajre in eiEc'rrtion'is ia striking contrast t tbase ether little pictures of vlolc-nc on the opposite wall of lie eallETT. a sietch that; was done r leaning from'a low window. There a about theso par- cular feel in them the badow that Ihe war has 11 Ilia landlor France..evcn lo these remote i'iiiages where'; tho sound of the guns comes only.-'iis the thunder f a far-off sky. All -these war ikelches "are d'onp.with, a blunlnesa of line, n" vigor, and almost savage ness ot touch until you feel as though the 'ar list'.' naii 'dipped hi of sodal conditions an. of the principles of social Ent. The old haphazard methods _.idiraliy yielding place lo.the1 rlnclpies and tenchlns of Ifto U- and'. while not' long a Ihougil-.ihal any person of bnjsh in Ihe .very blootf.thot.is now Ing through" France. Prepared for Spring THSP the last o make space for the gayer Colored Two Cotasa ,OW tliey are" aailous'to be, of some real uso In tho world, and to the department how capable and Irl'.elllgenl .volun- social workers. A "great, many inougn. -.i0[ our-best-known women of wealth haractcf nnd Mr ability "as-cap- promlncnco 'm "'.movemenLs for bio "of lakine o[ Inslltullonal I boUermen, o[ ,h9 country ..have nnj charitable work, Jt. Is. now courses here .to ized'tlia't'lhe only person who shoiJd ,or posl- holi a'poBlUon'of such hold on .boards'of charity s tbx! in'an or woman who carefully trained for such (ul, c-olirse-oi mf year the the Qoy'e'nimBill nnd prlvale In- I doytaTS; iho saparale lions" when, la. need. ,of workers couraeg may bo undertaken .'or five iooklngVfor trarne CanadianWomen vWha, Will Do War Work TJcbartment snqps ire all heralding the spring and away the last of tho'wlnter hats and dresses demands someUUag staH- ftesh tints, for'sun-'sults em- aid ran the fun sp-ctrum calory However should these Bulls set wet both co ora and wearers wculd probably "IJke Diana's .dryads, some maidens pretense at flight, but navin0 ,oJiig bough whither to flee, the >se parasol 'serves as crjvart- These' simsnades In fantestlo radiate like solar rays, and suggest OlblBt posters. BhicX and yellow, irein orange predor-lnate, mak- -ar, one" ain. under" -hen ister It Is with the shadows ol night balf horrors of war, nnd -ret even more suggestive of tia- gedy becausa'" of .the concealing doom. -There-are" too trie ciureh at VaubecburL tie great cliat bells fantn and lying "He dumb creitures with their tongues- dragsed 'ihsre Is the .a CBnrcb rtUi'lne-root off, the walls appearing nialined and .sca.rred, while iron .bars before the windows are .ar and seem writhing as thongn while njlyanta'geous, uepanmeno lit Is oy hojm'cans necessary. Th of this Is one -which Is, Dr Johnson ._ll-ojd: i-el, not overcrowded. Doing Spleiidid LTHOUGH It A since the wni opened. It has.. nlrsajy.-proven tho crcat need In Canada for this Lilian School of; Social .and-" Civic. Training which .prepares. Its slud- erits lor efficient. service In "public and be roughly vdlvldeiTlntb two divisions: Kcture and class .work Bcon- ones for the'months of Eunshine- _Silk and s'aUn" gaileis are a novel y I no.llced in" one of the. shops hat are most In novelties -ome ot them a darker color ahd some In plain.materials to wear with light dresses as .tha sea, son becomes warmer! for the New Yorker will'not parVwIlh her'spats no matter how warm It It. jihother innovation" Is thai.- s- many ot the ovtnlng drisies are msd with Iho waist separald skirl this Is especially so in all.the dresses ,hc .the TJnlvcr-; that hive been Imported .from Paris. I One evening driss that I "partlc.- ii_.i___ __ pro- "tectlon or thcTdevelopment cietr, and !n growing rn-ivatc agencies uniertaklnir social OT charitable old" Kousa' a r------... of thrift and com- petltlvc Pay-, hoiogy. social relation of the. Individual lo Social Tlyt-lenc. Dependents and the Com- mnnlly, Child Welfare, Playground and Lahor blems. Prlnclpjea Pe'nology.iCha'rlUcsl'aml" HDltlen MElhorts. .Quite as Important Is., til iEr-nd': illvlslon thl >ble worK.--- .ofVlBld "'.He corner' tuacnts dlKeren reas Ih'ls'morjilng quolcd" jhfe words f Sir'lib'liert-rj'lttilsoii. liial out.pf a olii'oi'Sl.'i'SJpb'tl, Ontario had given 'In'. Canada ai-lngVscnt.'inorc than lhTCe-o.ua.r- this and ast year's, collection. E____j has been' given over "to department..nr.d here, all tho lee- In shiny robber'caps or rails! innhats Such a naturoi polycrome mreiy justifies .the Futurist' In his prbdigaHty of palat Away from tie sea sands-lo palm, cr'ores 15 hut a, pleasant stroll or a hriorlous mbloT'chalr ride. Here. too. color aboimds, aia'yariBllM. ot BreeB atHKor In wa-rfns fronds of stately In feathery wmiy 'nibbCT tress and -magnolias. Hl-mscus. hougan-mils. snd flowering .oranss trees, add.lo _the lummer srelR, together with rausUn- ed maiaenaiand yhlte flarinelel.men. Silk panama tats, white enoes" goggles, and jards'ot vli-lo'green chtlfon veiling, complete' the -outing'toilet, nnd pro- claim" It quite Palm Beachy., t the day-wears loll" on a. glori- ous anriect'follows, surfuaing-the sky with rich 'saffrM glow and.Hnglng the horllbn with -orange Unts-.and lurid comes tta brief, larly noticed was of pink nlnon men" and women a broad girdje of I foremost In their various lines. ,Hera bricks He blcealns. .mentsd with nsnny. a broad smile 01 .ruja. -r forcmosl in tneir painted a !and where hearliV embroidered with I and, the valuable m. even the "form great roses along the lmporU.nl books, head roses were I __., nrinciml [so embroidered across Ihe girdle. nut most fascinating now are t: lltlle'hat shops with New.-Yn hounds.-, with one or .two straw .hats pTaceil temptirigly In "lie windows. rics e He -Iho efiect. of tuese sketches wllb stains ot blue and aid yellow color that make more etoVent these elcblDgs of the war., n- stetch of tr.e Amencar, a' rmnrf Dallolra, ng In iib shelter nnd this lethlng ot_ co'm- ipe. In the midst There are land. i, too, avay from the "ring line Notches of quiet streets- In vllteBB France. There ar of women about th raJldnE besWe a, guU principal ladian arid h' Includes 'Governmental and private In Here Dr. Johnson has hi ettlements anil Institutions to an active and-aclual part In Ihe so clal work' of Toronto, which Is recoB nlzed as tha; leading cily ot Canatl n social work. Iho sludEnls receive nol on theoretical training, but the very be trainlns'-Sn real 'live..work. V ucon graduation they are ready lo u-ckle Canada's problems of social iii'rs Evciy in London for ind, offer Ihelr 'services 'for; art lit )iut jhc ;rialure .of he'work how to-be dp'rin. demands eascless' ne's.slikc lidsls, readi1 o sacrifice and ddvoie ,o IhlK purpose-arc'desired. qucstlon.'.as wellvas :iransporlalion fRdlltics. ernnhaslies the dllflcullles confronllng ihe vldiiall'if ;'a' further adlan'.woinen-'cpinp' under, any clrcu'msia.n'ceJ. 6 that from among, all many riafts of the British A '-Qnplrcrour. very own Ontario and specially iie'ntloncd nsV ;lmvlng contributed most' icnerpusly. .to Day" Funaror Ihc nod Cross. Such was" Iho "case' 'when.'the Itcii Cross "yesferiiay .at the Royal Aiitoinpbila'..Cliii.''" IJondon-_to nri- i.ou'nco tne'.tplalTrcciljls ofTlhe'Oc- tpb'er thro.iEh, no iwonilcr To nlo'nlnns'Wero most awfully tickled. prominence the The price of eggs falone has -risen so" greatly that Is gpsslpe'd "Is. about adopted, whereby the. fcsloone'.i with pIc.lures'iotVoslSj.ruU of'egg'a, chlrin eggs aboutT'cbnsril- cuously. andln.lhe'fnrrn-yara-wIHihe.. a phonogmph which'every'q'jarle'r of an hour tfnliatea B recalls'the Ihelr dally, dmy. lij b'c- 'a'leaduiff.fiuestion, generous here "en celling high, I A to being place fte; tor use next-June'when Ihey come Inio-use In for tea.r so no-'e''.- -Day-Preparations for thorouglilycnlplTtble, for (he .W wrv.lco with practical trained minds. and' well- There-to a tele- lowers, look like .Maypoles aril'give i a'.r to -i n-iii.c i grey roomE- And" festive, too, are the HCIEnlS in au-ictj. phone and a speoilns lube In cose of yoii feel that you are "a nazflrdous voyage. voTi hats In appearance. The Hal forth on n .-..-o-- II I- not a -plcmlng. sensation for 'the- im lime 'his sivlft "fllihl .at even a- else but the flat wllor of picture hat to btlb-LcV kox nais u: lends Itself BO snllaWey to all ma- h-irk to tne ffrounu :mui The whole world lies spread before ear day ion on a clear day io checks ed stalls and canes nouveau. luna E0ft twilight, and Eoon after one rush Ihe.darX." Uny liehts appear, and In an empowered lit with lalry Iris lanterns. a Cabaret Dance proceeds, while watch from, bal- conies above. Finally Ihe music stops and the earel.sa gueals of Vanity Fair's vast palace hotel, the Royal Polnclnna, desert Ihe veran- ana nlalllu..u- dahs and betake themselves to the cel-0nd computation. of V.'. Art nd beae es Cand make up) ol the even- Ing telleL A of Color dinner hour brings still an-, i other Chans? lie da hour I and the huge dining room. n a seating and. rcfiulring u colored waiters, becomes a "medley of chatter anti a-Kaleid- oscope of color. This season's mode requires spangles and bangles, and the shimmer of silver gauze out- BhincH the sheen ot satins. Many of the rolrea de bal aro of puro clpln-of- mlil or Eilver-embrolilercd crepe. others'are of billowy net, adroitly fashioned Into the semblance, of a ore-s. hut roEembllng ralher apnn class or candied sea foam. Oceans ol tulle are used.In Trash and scarf, ani tome aesthcllc dressers, who affect Cubist models nnd look Ilko Vogue fashion plates, iwatha this dlaphan- around prclllly arched neclrs and V: Oriental slyle, draw it across the face below Iho face helng powdered .white- as a Pierrot's, and having: darkened brows and reddened lips. This engagmr "Ijpe has also Ho nstonleh augment these figures beyond computation, vonllv Fair waa.ntvcr more vain My pillerned.wlA narrow dark It sir co ]uH cept It as you accept everytmng .n An Is city where Ihe imniendous pro- Imaslnallon, portion of things Wcon.es, a dally hen nn act. nut lo stand ...llrcelly on the portals of anoti.e II and 'stare' up Its elphllU to begin to come to a rea-, of thr, wl.in O..B ot. the wondt. ihal has r.erej wonder. urse a e of clothes (to some, a si, They upholder the huma Tfiey dupols or wilh ar.d wrinkl arc not In the least Macerated cartoon, ot Clbsonr Fisher Grandiose In stylo, load as cartwheels a IVI1 _ __ 111 car-nngs 1 opparel of'Tomc women wli main as Bi I her. pendulums th Iholr lypc. Geor "Alas! Tor the aw Irapic slgniriMnce. true such 'like m Fortunately t silk braid. The Woolworlh O 'learn ihat the Woolworlh cvtr ston: lldlng Is fitly-elght stories height really conveys nothing. You cept It as you accept everything Switzerland. your ears Itel recalls -npallon that you hav tending great l.elghta In Tills may cni, see for forty oik Ihls Haman are .'other IJ giant' sTryicraBers, but looking small nnd Insignificant, the white smolic d'rllilng front their chlmnoys like feathers blown nc.-oss the roo.fB ail further but'so' far.lhat you can scarcely see. arc the slnels Ilk omw strolched lines along wnlch Oles seem to crawl at Irregular Inter als.- It Is hard lo realize that the yellow In Ih afternoon sun nriii the ferry boats nr "y ships that a child would M ij.n.i.- .inlMilinv hlch arc alrcaay comiiiein-v'b-; Hiss' whose-'energies and ciec'iiiive abiiiilca have-been, so In- Elrumcnlahln .the success of these collcciionj.'told'mcUhal It look sli monlhs''preparations for "Our Day." which .was '.held last October, ap.d brought, in over In ciceas t last'year.- ...'.-i Jl'ls's'rlieornan la rforklng now on and she Iclls.in Ha! the Government require now an the portals of anothc ccn achieved. AH you enter you are amuseil. I 13 tyclcal of New York lo hcac halls of gilt, IhfSC Gothic onles. Ihrao fiwcojj saints. Ihe Interior resembling a cl'nrKl or mo5iuc 'his bullcllirj thich 13 rpre-eirilncntly Ihe ;noil emmerrlal In ihe.world. You wish for more simplicity. find U absurd In Its ornalcnisj al- cndeS by Its modern mechanical dc- ,tces Its nail .boxen, IU r.iws of elevators. cigar IH tic- ket windows It Is all Incongruous. Vou Wi rorry because lln ceilings it Rlais llils hulliling nhirh hccauae of lIs dlpllt; of iize should have nn entrance Ih moat solemn, the most simple that wens possible. Then; is an express plcvalor In and you strp for II la difficult to r5 allze thai an elevator can scale such across 'it Is untxiliovuab anil It appalls as tl bidding au' olony in omc to the many Dullesi ao.ably.ac-. ompilshed .wholhcr n Canaiia or overseas, where 1 ccn working 'for', ifcw'. of those m-c's'EnI vcre: raily It Is'lielng illscua ed as lo the advisabllily of Cauadla women sill I over from Cnn adil even .with the ilcalrc to work or to be ot any service to Inc tipy ernmcnt one must he prepared work .from early I at night, anil go. to any part nf Eng [ami lhat may he relinked. H has been found that so riian women, including Canadians, In En mond, Sirs. -pnlm-- Tj1, tho Dowager Countess1 Jersey, Tidy. loli. the Hon.'JIro-- 'Lionel ;.'.duMi; Xlra. Do'nnld Armour. Mrs. -David -Frascr. Caw- thra. Mrs. Douglas. Bowie; .whoso husband has Just Melville Gooilcrlianj. ilias. Tremalne, majronof Ihe'l. O. O. 'Bj.Hbipltal for Canadian officers; Alfred Glanclll, Mri. Porlcr, Mrs. fMward l.'ral j Ta ydn "Horsey, >nd Mrs. Haytcr Held.'. GOT; HIS WISH IMIB conjugal dispute wascd loud furious-. Mrs. niank snld, 'Yes. yrs; It was [Hank said, pooh! It was not In the end .came Then Jim. lll.ynk fell to rcpmachcji -I reading one r.f your old Ir.ltere. Ja.rnca, 6nly lo-ilay." "arid you raid In It lhat you would rathor live In endless torment wilh me than in l.llss by height of mounlalna never appa And you think of tho men who tor three years during building nave swVmg over lhat dizzy height, holanr-.- Ine on cai Iron beam- You Ihlak of "and you marvel, for men appeal 15 gods when you think that they nave raised''this pillar lo the-skies. If America had don-; holhlng: ete bul Ihls; It would have been some- thing nation mlghl bo prouH ID hivo achieved. .It Ecema Id.stand tor Ihe emblem of a rieotKC who cm A POOR VIENNA MOTHER'S MH1E Vienna "Arbiter puhlla'hfs a 1 poor. Viennese woman lo a schoolmaster, begging hlnr.lqj.MC. i____.r 1 net nil ;nnf nf as lOlIOWS! youi grnntcd lllnnlr, my wish." or e e great thlnci. space and concur Iho defy pace anu You do not 30 much mind Itic dft- for you arc alrc-idy btoomiTis this swift in tluit cage- There 13 T rushing roaring so'jnd as you ar Ihe flrsl floor. These are air safelv- cushion 'rrangtd EO Ihal If tho car dropped the air would be comprcssc.1 .-a raplilly lhat the of Jhe en woi'.H checked nnJ you wnul hrouBht safely you Dul'wnen Ihc' elevator hoy nine ,pen Ihc door and humorously shou "Xew York" you langl. wllh a Bens of rellcl li'fccl Iht! carlh under yoi feel after your trip to frorn.t. j. poor vitujiviii t he bad attendance of her Eon .loserh- 'One of lhe--o Is as follows: "PlMse CSCUEC Joseph that he Is lite-- He had ngaln to.star.d IB, ucv.e to wall for .On Friday momlnE he was In the row ns early; >s anil only returned home at