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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta CHILD-RAISING IS NOW A SCIENCE Cflnndi.-iii Alotiiors Apply to the/ Bonriit ot 1 new Offspring Lveiy Modern Agencw T R E-: N D TO SLBl'RBS �.ATnST r.iSH/ON DES/C^S IL'ST TO HAND FROM LEADING PARIS/^hV DRESSMAKERS rr,.v :: r -v.: knov^'io.ii;-- � l;t \v .: \hf Mii-n -i^il p, 'I i:.t; ri>" !i>i:.f^'- i : ; ; i:. o:\ � i ;� :.i � llf--- � :i:a i.-l!!';-: � ; :v ; offjsi' an-: * -la;-:-. Tn? wnniiin of .me:ins \%ht' n>al;:i;,-a s�Tii.u--= study of. int iij.nimu'';:.-' ..r !vr o\\T. .hi.Klren is likeiy- lo I'^no i .^>-m;wi;:ftio �Ar lo. ..-.'upc^it^ :c.;- h.-lr. t'rnni ihe mo^h'Ttf'urfh'; porir, : .\ it.mjielMnp- fii'tliir in l.'-.o -r.- ! int�\''mom into - ihe  fuburiis' r f.iiirrt :n vhc r:rowirui]-^ .,f �n.on-o,rs tu i-ive t.iieir cnildrt'n ihe iie.^t imi~-slli;.-- >nv'..-onrnent. "We rno\o;i oLi: in .'iie �.'Oun;:>- fo." th" aikf of liTf'ohi:dr'=n." ..t retnirk ' silk. fTf.-iiioiuiy hi'P.rd wl'.fn s\itii::i...i!-. ve- \ ,�}� li /!(, u\:l! .^irten;? arc fxpi.-iiniiic tiieir ixodiis i ,,�,,,.,�,,,. from t>i^* ci^.v. i ^ ---------------------------- c.nSn,:n;. ^.'tv �?';,'^^'^^n, of inn- a i...Ut,y. n.,.lv LONDON'S UNIQUE CANINE CEMETERY IN HYDE PARK Where Pets of Sentimental Men and Women Have Been Buried- Amusing Inscriptions-See Pliotp in Illustrated Section. A BAKSi -PAQUm MOP EL ey REDfERTl Ik. C'lr.^O'H' rlii/' Ir})} �� a)> "1- .Viss l.urjrnn'- Guctt. of 'hr .\hrjfl TJf-atr.-^. Ootcu of irhilc 9'/;; musli.'i Mo'Irl of flo'in^i-''! fhiffon and white j; i^i>'al'-i! r-ri,yni!; "�(! aril hlaih /�:/�i:rtp. Lnrgc li-jit net. Kilh hrna'l'jlolli l(i!fi'!a sash, 'f nkirt or m hia':k ami silvr. .\l'iiJ''l dc^\aii':d by Bakst and made J/j* PaquMi. i",v \'i()LA inwiN vviiji..r.\.MS. ON'K ilay a little' ilofr wns nut wi.lkitiK with his mlftrcw in l^ondon'.i nujst faimMiR ot�r�n-aiT ppatT, ilydc Piirli. Tlir.i�ir paused out of tli(> Viflnrin Liale. and thcro, In the tmsy drive jii?�i outside, the little dog frisked Irni near a fair of vira.nclii,'; liodfs. A inoincnl laliT it wa..'- ca.rricd by ii.s nilstres.-:, a plieou.-^, IICpIos;' little I'.-Mip. into tlio keopor's ludgi^ a.l llic ijatp. N'ery deeply the hereaA'Otl tni^^t^r,^ss !a-nirnted, Init lo mure imrpoi^e than mtisl .sorrowful niistrosHe� of rerid.�Co. liiisliand, his Itoyal IliL;hno.iy^ Lho Diil'; where llieij- fjLith-ruUH'.s.s, their .s;i,i,'ae-it.\-, their thousand d^.*:.;,^�islI virtinv, niii^hl be written on a liny he;u|.s|iine. Eerie Elfin Graves. SI11,;T in from Ihe yay sunny Hyde I'iirk lawn .ind frnui the btisy hum "f the avenue, by ihiek bushes of holly, l)o:,, Ida*-, and aeuba, shiulowert deeply by 'j;iOHt. ehe.sinui. i rees, the liltit! silom sfiuare nuitely te.stifie^s tiu: place .i do.i; may .train iij a human heart, li is a little eerie, with iis elfin srav-es of a fold *fr .-n) and their fiuaint inscriptions, but the oriler of the nea.tly marked out walks, the prim array (if .shell borders, tiie. sliowerins over the whole of /�^.'l^'el-ino-iiuls, [la.n.sies, miRnon- wlth a. niarblr headstone and ctirved marfilp slab, is to "Our Robin. Died July ai, is^t. aj?ed ye.ars, and I inr Stv-cei liltllo Nmll. : . , nini. Dumb, [.nvlnp Speck rif Humiinity." .To tlie funeral of "Jaek the r>ajidy, SparLsman and" came nlnR other doi,'s ;und looked erav.My wnso ail their comrade wa.s laid In his place.. "Oril," the pel of a rcKimeni; of the KInir's UraKoon (iuards, waa burind with the reffimenlal colors, a liny silk nap (specially made wrapporl about him. In a. corner near the miniature grRcnhousa is .1 trravr coniaininsr a lead coffin. 'Phis little do:^',s owners connidercrl him an invalu.a.ble ma.-n'ijt, and wMI take the tiny coffin back lo Johannesburi; with I bom. "Sam" has Shako.spearo's ".\ftor life's fuful sluinbor he .sleeps welt" cut In his hi-vidston'.'. .\nd "Toby's" in;ister says simply, What Ka.mos hav(5 biol." . The tnost curious ^^ra\'e in this llttin cemetery, teslifyInK lo the. liuman tijipacity for u'ndyin;; lia.le a.s well as undyinK love. Is Inscribed: 'Chinchilla fhill.t. l-'oying, lovely, i" dearlv los'ed. Poi.soned .)uly .'il.'lW.. find restni-e thee to mel frVi prayeth thy bn'int; inisire..;s, I'^velyri.'' Undern�'^ath is cut, in Coptic chiinte-ters, a, curse on lho unknown poisoner. II wa.K first written in I'Jnfflisb, but the Duke refused bis pcrmiasion lo ha\'e it shown to Ihe public, .The dop's owner Iheii w*ent to the British Museum .ind arranRed with .1 student of -matirs a-re picked, nr.d without letting him be c.'in.-cirais Ilia:. >ve js the resul: of so niLi'')i ar-ention. a result tii.i. mig-ht :ind.:i. a.' \:ntraVed into arv I tasteful studies if li" :s b.takward. heiih^^ .\'lUngstcrs -tliese. art i-.,few ! is help.-d. not hamni'red, as in ti;e vi-^---' = iuto ids I "I'ous ol.ien cjays- her faiaily as t!ie fattier applies to his iitisiness- T'he [iresent genertitinn is profiting tiy this gr.;;il deyelopmerll, l)ut ihe ne-xt and suceei-ding ones will ippll- much system 'i'lito^ Vlifi uparingiiii,' .-f reap a still greater iieiiefit. ^lerely by changing tio' pron.ain "she," tiio same ire-neral formula applies to the scieniitjc nphnnging -if; little girls-. - I In city and siiiniriis ihe, effort is the | same a.Tiong inot!,. :-s w'r.e liave giv-L-n! s.-r;ous study 10 til.- nio;.; importaiit pn.^blem with \\hi>:� Dru^s. - It will -leal | }\'hf'r'\" In bo;-; th-s.' -ntrt ;,ri...i^ ... . ^. i'".Tr!;nn Art (/!.--. -�^'ifiptjrr o;' th'-' iiia'.v ''��r-i= ::LW'/vii-.! ' Jr-rAJicii'yv hPlni. --.vUh an d.>pirii!- P''^-'^"*"^^'!':-" and . Oi>'Mpr.t.-nt. :ir[ii..-i- ^ . , - - - . . ; ti^iii riu'll vvc-r." r-prc:.s.-::;aavi'.'^ tnr fri^nds ot iif-n.-y. ..:] Im.-s ..f rrer.oh j !;i.M;ifiT. ami (*.) ;-.^.--!. ��� niHni;- faf"i;iM'r >�' sh.M.\|:~ nr.f] �T--.-k-n^:-. �iff*^r.s iM f.r.i .i.-.v. 1! if'.r. [h.^-z:^- b.,is an hi:::�.-iii'tii-^ ^v>- Mift-n ar;;'fi:.*- W'Mi!(i profit froin iri'-. trainin;; af "ierraan firf^i.s ar-ri.�i.>. 1-M*'ry ihau.--an�i dollars a y^t-n-r win p:\y S'-T Mv- iini'.a-r^hiy ar firi-:. All > .�niia ny'.-^ arli,-^!,-; will iriv*-- fp'". If--u-hilf- -T'-at l.'i'ii"^' tniir.r.s and a.iliini-rs -a-ill n.-^irurt in Ka- li'.-.-..! >;d: (iV'-f''' i^'-lii'-��>-. i!" 'h-' ni;i.i;..fa.-' rar.-rs :i nd :-'t>*r.- itd'.-fi.'il."f k(."-plti;; thf W'.iNi'n's ltrr..r. fj.. , .HoU.-iJaii \y i,ap.-ia!. .il'-rr ' Jai(^'fi,.u-ini. j ih'- f i'll'- llf \Uf l,iL''u'ard rniili'iiiair*'-. f.irri'.ul! lip iil r.h'- rn"-'-r.!ii;-C nnrl '�Hid'-ninr-d ihcl whiji'- .-/'h-'ni. hr-jaii:-t' -hi.- ^aiil - tin* ':]�;;� 'hin:.^ whicli .-an ai.'iUf lif-rmany ia'M v\ 1-1! - .ir''.t art. i:-5 ihe I'-j.-^iei'-inuther II rI faini I )pe; DirleN-.. tu Ihf; J)R. DOEGE, who is about to ..pea':;,.- i;-,:,i dr.'-.-'ing,"' ' � ^-^ei-m.jiner a National Coliifge in lierlin ii, 1 'rh.- I'iii:i:-iin. '; u-.rg.-iih.irii -j-oc-.- (,ir-desiim German Women's elr.the- ..... .' OaiHc cock the realm of the scarlet bust and ol* the jiapor pattern. "Hochschule for l'"rauenkleidung" is the noroc of this academ.\''of b..aining, and Its sciat will Ix,- nerlin. Xn. Doege aims-at driving I-'rance from her of Kupn-rmaey in woman's dress and to "impose on i:.ui' womt^'n's cio'.iies til* solid.ycrsunaiiiy 01 Teuton civiliza- '.1'. lie .11-. Uiai in f.M.iil,'. years iaii... ail.'.- �...iiitry ,v!:irh i.� ra-!i.-.r l-'r ii,,... wil! I...,.r .If. ss.-d ,,ii.J will ili.ta'.. -asiii.,!!- i, i),,. .,v,,rlil. l-'rati... � niarU, iri whose veins tloivs royal blood. Thei-f. is a riiittir'il ananne;skjold-Hamsoo, ;i scion of the f.iremtist noltle family in 7,Jcn- CJO.MM of the stone.s in tliis ICnfflish cemetery for all kinds of pcta cost from ^ . to $100. ette, red and white daitfio-s, all serve to make Ihe predominant note one of tender, grateful pride. It is ilitficull to conceive oC more heartfeli, ..loriuent lrlbut.s than are iiere off.jred i-i canine friends. .-V Rus-si.'tn Hnind Duke htus pl.accd on the headstone of hi.s dog Pllka his eoat-of-axm.s, r.)vcr.sed, and hi.s The little gr.'l'.e lieside it contttins lho ashes of a crenuited dog, whose hoitdstone says: ��Pu1. aged 1 ye;irs," .V very f(;w cats ttre buried here., some birds, and In one g-rave arc four mon-key.-*-"Baby York." "Sally York," "Jumbo York," and "Tom York." But the little plot is full now, and no moro gra\'es will be allo-n-ed. Recently, however, .at Molcaworth, Huntingdon, has been started another canine cemetery. T'his i.s free to all, but the plots, of course, are not gratuitous?, as the Hyde Park one� wore, costing anywhere from five to thirty dollars. Some ot the stones here have cost seventy-five to a hundred dollars. QUEEN OF ROSES ELECTED JOY oust Y CHOSEN IN PARIS a ----- 77i!5 Year's Queen Is Nineteen Years Old and a T\)f>ical Parisian, With Sparkling Black ^J^es arifi Raven Hair. TO ALtr HERSELT TO A NOBLC DAMISH fAlvllLY PRETTY GKTHt: DITLEVSEH .JZAP or TM^OYAL DM73N OPeJ2A l.e l--a,) .ii..r.-'.\- 1.. ,.,11 ua.-a 111 iliey, ,s;,,. has : man. Of course, "(Jrelhe," a.s the Danish people would fain call her, is Joyously happy and her happiness is in a siMise tmly enhanc:ed by sprinkling ,1 o\er Grothe Ditlcvsen andjof lender sadness wlilch .saying fare- I /.as. fa;- 'k.-� 'A'.i- aa.l U been ,i\-.ri .iiro-duc(.-d at the Danish Iloyal Thealre, Nevertheless, the master of ihe Dan-i,sh H.allet l.s some-H'hat unhappy at Ihks /�-.Nodus of his leading aiui ennnently popular danseuses, and it looks a.s Ihough Ihe gloiy .if Ihe Danish noyiil Oiiura has alroady bcfun to depa.rU .\.s-era 1 PAiil.S lov.-s royalty In some .shape or form. The latest proof 1.^ the election of a Queen ot fiosep. .\nd the beautiful .\'oung girl who has been se|e.:ted for this high honor does not belie the n.ime. a inalter of ftu;t, Pa.rifi ha..<. sev-riueeris, but only one (|ue.;a ot 'luoens. .She has also a prince of poets in lho pi.-rion of Paul Kort, who holds his royal levees every Tuesday evening at the (.'loserle ilos IviL-u^, a. well-known cafe of the Latin Quarter This prince. liowevoB, has a rival in the shape of a prince of thinkei-s, one Pbjrre lirissel, who undertakes lo prove from human speech, from similarity ot conforma-liun, from our cries, and from our morals, that man is descended from a frog. The new 'lueen's name is .\1dlle, Hel-ene Mangenot. She Is .just nineteen and is a typical Parisian, Willi sparkling black eyes, rich, warm llp.i, raven h,, and of a vivacity charactcrislIc of Ihe Krench me-tropolls. .She Is ^ typical child nf (he I^atin Quarter, and live.s with her, (noiner In an altic of ,thc Jtoulcvard AlontitarnaBsc. U was here -she developed her love for flOTT-ors, tor in this old boulevard and its numerou..3 gardens many species bloom in tile spring. Indeetl, it wa.s because ot the wild flowers ot Montpaniafiso that the American artist, A. A, Anderson, selected there a house with a big garden fur lho first Paris home ot lliQ American Art .-\ssoeiatlon. The soul ot those flowers lia.s gono into the blood ot .VUllle, Ma'ngenot, The young lady has a t-n-otold calling, .She is a dressmaker ami she ks an artists' model. .\t the former humble calling she makes five francs, or one dollar, a day, Thi.s is her iirincipal income, and with It she maintains herself and her widowed mother In attic splendor. Sinca her election as Queen of JElosea she calls her mother the Uowager QuCcn. ildllc. Mangenofs second e; \'?. lh;.'t of an artist's model. .She posea gracefully and well, and whenever she gets an engaKomont she receives fwo dollars tor an afternoon. She could have cngage-mnts to po,�!C every day, but she Kue,^ :i�ainst the Irndltions ot the Quarter by objecting to be a nudo model. For a child ot the Latin Quarter to take this attitude Is a surprise to the old-tlmer.s. They accuse her ot having borrowed what Uiey ciill "this prudish atlllude" from Amcrlouna. ;