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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta American Peeresses Figure Largely in Plans for Coming Coronation Season Living Quietly at Buclcingham Palace, the Present Headquarters of the Court. PURCHASES IRISH LACE Interested in Home Industries and Promotion of the Welfare of Women of Emerald Isle. (SpecIH Dlspsteh) I,osc, but dldn t even have bright dialogue. A man tavpnotlzcs hla sweetheart to learn if she i� faithful to him. Then he hasn't the nerve to ask her, and �o remains In blissful Ignorance. It's about as unimportant a playlet a� I have ever seen, but the London critics, thanka to Mr. Barker's high browod reputation. And many hidden beautlea In it Lady Decies, l.ady NewbDror-and Hon. Mrs, Cecil Ri:!;;-hain Anion,? Recent Recruits, L (Bp"Cial r>l."0 t hi LriMU'N. Pat ONDON Is row ir.sii-.itjr a In; with Its si n of 1 �!!, a tlon soa.*^-on whi-.-li pii?!!i?v-; tho moat brilliant I o!.,;ijn 11;- ^ a groat many year?*. If e\cr Im f"-i 'felt In hlg-h quarter.^ Ih it it i? tir.i' BUYING IRISH LACE. {rid of the Victorian iiiea Hal Queen Mary Is now showlns hor Interest respectable menns to be In homo IndnBtrlea In a practical fashion, Bllcnclng the lips of these li lUr Ii I-to .::e-t o be dull, thun who have ti .- their br;.!r.s, for 't -was from there Ih.-i: Lord Uoi.ou^ 1. more .alsL bro'it;bt III.- v.'Ife, one of the three bejullful ��..�!-Mrhlcrs of .Michael Grace, of .N'ew i'o ilu! tho list of American hostesses, .vho ar.-! er I or I ill nIr.R in London, or will 'he Huches'! of Westminster will slvc one sketch. Naturally its production Is awalt-: oon bf duluK so. Is almost endless, "nil probably two balls. ed with a great deal ot Interest by Tl.-j-e ar-'. ot course, the Ducl.e.- latlon of all who are affected with colds, A VP A D IM CM/- r i Mr-. � ""^v'"r gravely In the tac* /\ r CAK liS tZlNULAND.of the fact that U It were followed noMly every house In London would have to bo turned into what li termed a nursinx homo. One physician aaya the disease coata RATS EAT $75,000,000 (Special pirpit-H.) T,ONnoN. Saturdav It Is calctJiated, according to Sir Jamei London Qu-lte �2,�00,flOO a year, becauae It la That In Itself l.=i a marv(-lIous re ord Crlchion-niowne, that the loss to agri- fair to assume that one-half of the popu- lof rats runs to something like 175,000,000. owing to colds or InJIuenia, and each por. has closed and that the.y could be exterminated it son's aervlcea are eatlmated aa being  nd partleularty her desire to promote tho been so busy predlctlntr that social life welfare of the Irish people by directing |n tho new relsrn will be stagnant the attention of the women of ISngland to This Idea originated anionpr those whr. the work dons by their sistoni In the took It for granted bet-ause the Kinc ani Emerald Isle. Hor Majesty has given a Queen, not being � ard players ti'.r'iiseIves, large order for some of the oholceat Irish disapproved of hlj-h slakes, whi-.-h have lace, principally rose point, Carriokma- been the rule for some years in tli'j bridst-WOiis and Limerick, Including a beautiful playing which has prevailed In the house^ Court tmin In Carrlclimacros.^, applique of a,^ n-iblHty. On tlic contrary, the bi^'b nd Rtilpure. The Queen has also bought pjj^j. ^( ^arjs has preventerl much o." th. B iiuanUty of lace and work done by the omertalnlnK In certain liOU.= e.� which Bt. Helena eovcrnment lace school, with ntn^rwlso miRht have laUcn place, which .ihe Is hlffhly pleased, and tliliiks, j, becoming .�;pparcnt that rery pretty. The .3t. Helena laoe Induatry hostesse,'? who have not done much en-Was .itarted *� recently aa ISO?, In accord-, j,r,^,,lng- for- many years will nr-v.-i anoo with :i scheme of the League of am- throw their doors open wider and entire, deavor by the brilliance of tiieir re-With tlie ona exception of thp. Imperial ' ,,ppti(,ni; to eclipse nmniories of provllJU^ mOTtle or ptiJl; which the K|ng a�m7mes at pfforis, ' tine new hcslcs.- will be tbi bis coronation, the robes to be worn by; Duchess ot Devonshire, .Mistres.s of the the King and Quean are belnr made In i Robes, who will lead the uay v.-ltb a l^ondoD, . Until lately It was understood series of niagrniiluent f iinondon says there I. always,some on.: CadoEBn honor of the new Countess Cadogan and new management with some Viennese the .Saulinry Committee of .\lr.-i. Chauncey. one of the popular.'ot his granddaughter, the Honorable musical comedies as an altracllon. At American hostesses In London, whose'Sybll Cadogan, who Is Just eighteen. j tractive as the thextre Is, It so far has failed to attract the public in any large! I.'iilted .States -Minister at Bucharest; l.ady Kowborough and her sister, the "tonoraltle Mrs. Cecil Bingham, once will entertain largely both In op^n the theatre In a few weeks under a nrcm-^ing' to^iri-V WUsonrthe VhaiViiirii" of �way from work with a cold. There ta no - the Port and excuse for saying London Is lonely, as you et th are un be to keep down the im- can always have a cold to keep you com- portatlon of these "undesirable aliens." ipany. There will, of course, be splendid tunc- at the embaasle-s, in wlilch Mr. j Whitelaw Reld and Count Woltf-Met- tlons at Covent actresses coronation uncxp.^c-tod marrlasro to General Bingham took all hor friends by surprise. It Is hardly liki-ly. however, that any-t'.iln/T will surpass In trrandeur the royal ternlch will take a prominent part, ball tl at 13 to bo /tlven by the Duchess of The opera season will open .'Juihrrl.-.'i.i ,i,t Pt.ifford House, one of Lon- Garden on A*rll 22, and the clon's mo-^t wonil'Tful p.Tl.TCes, In honor of gala performance will take place about a her daMi-iite"-, Lady Rosemary Levoson- week after the coronation, when a notable Oower. In .-idditlon to several formal en- feature will be the appearance of the lerlabmients she Is also re.^umlng her Frl- imperial Russian ballet from St. Peters-' ay pveiiivij parties, at which many prom- burg. 'n. nt Ir |.-! and artistic celebrities The demand for boMcs and stalls for this se.i.son's opera Is uniimcedentod, and the King has already sui scribed tor the royal It now oeems to have Iwen decided that Ills Majesty,.,will wear' the raaivt)e of one of the.QoorgBB. TJ�o Quoen' will net woor the mantis or train wr^'fcy QtiWn"Alexandra at hor coronation, ai.oije tjme th*r� was reason to boil^ijet It W8�:�er.MaJe�t5-'s Intention to do, btit one specially mode tor her in London. This is �being made of purple velvet lln�d with ertnlne, and will bo em J>roiderad by tho tnembcrs of the Ladles Work Sonlety. of which Princess Louise, DuchosK of .Argyll, Is president. POR HOME INDUSTRIES. Tho movement for tho promotion of everything British in the way of dress being worn thlG coronation year, started by box which has been unoccupied for so Though Lady liccies will be only onr ot quite a rorslUeruI'le nutTibcr of American peeresses who will take part In Ihe coronation feslivliies, tlu- lin.^li.-, younj; bride of that popular nobleman j Lord Decies w-il] be one of llie ntvst in-; terestln^, as no doubt she will be "no i of the most Ir-t^irest-'ii, in the lou^ Si*rit;.>. � of enterialntnenti--. In ir.t.- thick of u-hlcbi , I she will arrhe fruiu Iter honr-\iv.oon. Like Miss Vivieti (lould, tlie L'uciie..r> of Marlb,.iru'ii;h uu''� \ iintU'i-b.i. >. un - of i.v.a-don's n-iitst lustcsM^s. uas onl\' eighteen when s'ie bt'-ame .t H".:>,-!) i.i-*/-. CSS. TliouRh on a vis.t to tho Cnii-rt .States 8bo will 5:op i�u',.- a sho;' ti.nt.* in orJei- t^' be hack before the i-jrona ;lon. ,Shc �a.s ire alway..) to b^. met. Ar>!OTllER KOYAL BALL. Tlie Duche.^s of Portland is to givt a ro;. al hall in Gro.svenor ISqunre. The '" = "''� '"""'"s. a-hd a depressing feature ot l>u; tn whom ciui .>n .M^'n mdra sr; nor, di;CUSSi is c-a.. s that away �j-jt loerc In toe i\ltii.s me e.\pie.iSlon on k. f I '^'S is oiu-n, coroial attd friendly, but huslnoss Inco.irilto of Madam Lurllo. has nr SutherlsMl, Portlind a:-..l Wes::nln',er ...... . , , i , I. . o , ji.iat i.t-r- 01 Lit-; Lices-vo.d of a.l pean rut�tI.-'-v wa-. toiur-; , . , , creation and design, and who Is an en round such a l-euutiful cji...en. The lutlce; ^ ,.a.,aer ji-,.i:i -..J u.-unvK.i.i, thuelaetlc supporter of the movement- .She Marlborough �-t.>d as Lord lllKh ''��'''"- U now arranging an exhibition of a Herie* steward a! Kmt; Eii�aid-= .orjiuil;on. of taibleaux, for which she has resrved a ^ho liurhcss of Manchesicr is .inoiher (Sp.'cia; �iit-o bJld iB-atch.) I.ONi.ON*. .'^atordav. R. THOMAi^ IIO'A'ELL. tho Canadian immiitrat.oa .is'-'it who Is conducting the sruroh l!-,r.. i;;hout Kngland for s fur the sialuan farmers of Canada, large space at tho Crystal Palace. All tboee dresaes are being designed by l.ady DuB-Oordon herself, and will be mads in her London workrooms. In Han-fiver square. .\mei-ican hostess whet born popul,ir m Ireland, and wiio now is piannlni; to entertain In London on a t'.rar.d scuio at her house In G.-r-Mioir (viu-cf in, Cotinlcss of Anra-ur, who sui't-fo ir-d lo the tllie only this year, al- i is a !i A !!-,��;:, .m woman who will be entci-t-ilning larroly. She was Miss lOlolse i;n at King PAGEANT OF EMBROIDERY. The large assembly of socloty women nt the pageant nt embroidery, held In .llr tioorga Cooper's house. In Orosvonor ftiuare. was also testimony not only to tjuoen .ilarj-'s movement Init to the Into.--st that Is taken in line needlework. The , .xhlMtToh W�s-" * loan oollectloh bf antlqti .; i, ..i.u ioi,,; i 01 iiiv ai,U i^ctujii and .iL..i;.i-er ilt.ct are tuuud on tiiu U'ailaby irut-.-^. .-V piiysi-ian who is also a student of p.-'.j jio.og; Si...-.- toe - lont-iy l.A.'iidoii .a^e" u;i uf 1:1 all cia-.'e-s, fruiu weoiLu; ., to junior eo.iU3 In bloUt-i-a t-r lu-ts. 1 liere .s -no p:..- su la.T, U.I ..-.-a-.s . I at III- 1 u , .:li 1 h>"i-i' i.-i In Lon Io;.. a . of pia.-.-. {��:-, : w-i...- -( l--a^ in l-;ui oI)e. 'II;.1 ilhrr ia e bko It, says thia -> 1; i.e In .New York, which, . o, t,l i, tt.^ .iuu,.ii�-i- i>ia.j r, :-i-i-spo:iJenis who ai-e st-i- n-.iaon being mlserabM d !,Mif�I.iitis eaitlrely out ,.vi- L'b.r.i.o, there are mo*-a t t;i 11 a aii.v other clt.v why many pe-�ple like It. tho njoat.lntoreslinr Item of which was a ecreonf'^ent by Lady Sackvllle niit' of Kno)^, which Is said to have liseii worked by Quean-Bllsabeth and the women ofj eourt. The Dowager Lady Normanton lent -pj) old flresarcien. 'rii�i-e were' also i.':nbrolderles done hy iuc-;iiber.s of the A vhoire-Society of f^rodertrr.^. In which scc-1 jii a. dlpbr.ia priie fir Ihe llncjit exhibit cliapiv.iiiK out ori,liia. �� 10 Bd'llly ct design, d*ia,l of coloring 'admli-.tlile b ji I'kUvard's roronallon, 1-n; t' tc Lord Cu-lin^-tan. l.als a deep iniere.-t in poi.;ii.-pre;it us3l.-^*:in-:c to ici I election fliilils nnl'l I-.' '' � to lake hi.-. .-i'-al la Interest In pc lit � -- I- '-^ ' wai wi.ik ter.-". Her il;i 11 tHllJ ;� la.. � anil � . ;. -..I l.O.NDON '(.:..'..N'T SEE" THli -'HAiaLM" SKIRT � I � -1 in o . n. ' onIV la i ..�r. and hod artistic execution dULJeJ be-I .� eeii ll-ad> X'hyllis W.uusor i'iive and M s B;i-;.. In t"r.-; diiil.".s room, wiii h was f.'-ied up \ a s:a;,'.'. si:.- tab..'aux were gi'.-fi, as J \:.-;lra}l:-.-.' of a le;;_ie by .Mr. I'aulton ':.vnsuud m the ' i-iu.ei. lo-.veti Cj'.:ceti .i.,d::.ii. ai .1 tjT.n 1 o: �.' i.----. -> v.. 1 . -; of'tT.o i.'ir.fcaB . ; i.- r-. ,. (...; V 1 !i -;-5. Pirn-. CTibi u;de. .oi-.n:i..u ;.ii.o V.WHS ift:! 'OTIIEK AiViKKlCA.N K! hPES?!:?. .Miother Ai.uii.ui; |,-. -..i^ \.-;io if garded as one of tlie ir..�.-;t cliariiiln tilt' Marchioness nf l.iifiiin and .-'.vu, .Si.o is an enthusiastic tnuslclfln, nn,l reel tiy. it w-iil b" reini-iiibci-cd. gave her ,i. vv' scrricei! or cl.;irlty Anoii-ier ;.i'iii.g Aricrlcan pocr> � iMi n a favor-FA- .(. witli roy-aity Is l:.n .-.o.mK Ciiinlons ' f C:.'.n;.r,l, w-iiu w--. t \t:sy Ilcutrine 01. "i;;;- ;.. s.-,-i-i, ..iMo-.t iiat.ii-al Irish 1 ��rs sr o..;b: look to Amnrlcu tl ' Ism- i.'.:, rotsi a-tcn.j ,d;-. i - ' o 1. .Saturday �iflO ;in em or Ta-ha skirt Is still .1- i'u: i.iiu: lopi,- lii a-'*..emblages of li.e v.oi!,l ftrrinine. w-liere dross al-.'VH is a riib>c: if seiioti-s consideration, ' new, which w-as born to meet I a wui.t that many sportswomen and ail ro- -'ilrw iiticn rt :'ji^::U.iO passengers will start tor tJanada In -Mnrch and In addition during that month about three thousand Immigrants wMl reach that land ot promise via the United .States. This phenomenal Immigration Is attributed to the general prosperity and Immense advance In railway construotlon In Canada. Fully thirty per oont of thcsi Immigrants are skilled workman ajid nearly all of them have means upon which to subsist for months after their arrival. Inhere Is no doubt that Immigration Is being stimulated by English Imperialist or-gantzatlona, which expect through thene sturdy Britons to neutralise tbs ofteots of the groat rush from tiia Onlted States to Our Lady of the Snows. and found u fl.\liig .school of his own. The dale of the coronation gala Ihe-J atrlcal performance at His Majesty's Theatre has bren otllclally fixed for Tuesday, June 27. MIsH Maude .\llen appeared In a special niatlnoe at the Palace Theatre In a .-cries of new- atul oiiarmlnK dances, l-'ortuna-leily far lier iiealth, the weatior has become r-iio-h warmor and she probably dicin't vet pneumonia. In the perfoniiance ot "Th.? Prln'^cs^ Clemoptina" Mi-^s .^tt lia I*atr.c-k Campboll Inlured one of her feel TTie pain w-ae 0 Kreat that .'be wa.-; obbged to pive up tho performance. Last week in;i:kfd the thirtieth anniversary of the forioiii^' of the Co-ript-o-i Comc-d.v Coininii:\ The .Stace mi .s 1 m when .dr. Iltniv Conipton on bl- r. t" � n from .\nie'-ioa. thirt>- years ntvo, fcirirct this co'i'i-a:.) to pive Mii.irilsb ron.e.I be bad no ioca It w-ouUl roiitlnue f..r iiuiro tiliffln a I'w moatos It hu.s Ik. playing steailily e\-er -tn -e and ia pr,'! ably the oldest tlicatrical orgaiib.iition in the world A portrait of Sirs. Georire Al. xaniter. wife of the a .-tor-ma na uor. pal-iird by Mr. W. Grabarii I:ob-.^rtso-1, Is on.^ of tbr prm-cliial features of the .National Portra!' Society's exi.ilialoii at the Grafton Gali'-ry .VithouifU the (.'o.irt if stilj in iiioui ;;lii . It Is not being rigidly held to any Iioht. The Liuke and tMi-liess of ' -ooiu,,..; Princess I'a'rn-ia ;ttten'b-d a p r forniance ot "Tlie ("bo-olait; Soloi, r � iie other niftht. It wa.-s tlu-.r second v.,, t to that charming opc-a within a fortni-;!it. according to the P- Iban .Mr. 'ti-.arlc-s .MiL.\o.., a-Jtltor o: I'hat .Maiters," Is not an 1 ri.-11 ii..i 1.. as naive cffera from others to recommend n ally deserving objects of charity, thus .-n.'eguarding tho mllllonnaire against the luioyanoc of distributing his gold among tiio unworthy. Lord oirathcona Is wealthy, but he Is als-i es.iontially a man of business with a 00-In S.S mind. The begging letter writers are Ibcoly to c� so the stream of his char- ly to dry up somewhat. THE NEW CUNARDER IS THE AQUITANIA A great village of canvas surrounded the historic pile which Is the country seat of Lord Fltswllllam, and In thia gigantic marquee more than thlrtjr thousand persons enjoyed tho hospitality extended In honor of the flrst direct heir to the earldom in acventy-flvo years. Seven thousand persons wtre rivlfed to the christening, but only a limited number was able to see the actual ceremony, which was performed in tha chapel attached to the castle. Tha chapel looked like a floral bower, fllled as It was with palms, lilies, whita azaleas and hyacinths. The baptismal bowl, a ralued possea-sicn ot the FitzwiUlaras, was of silver. (Special Dlsmt-h 1 I./OM10N. tiai irdar The enormous sieaaiship which the] i'liiiard conipan.\ Is having built at .Messrs. .loiin Uiow n Co.'s yard, at Clitlebaiik, Is to be rianied ibe As usual with 'uiiaio .-^;.iii'-. tiio dMlvation of he n-ame u nuie.�tin^, Aijultaiilrt Is the Latin name oval In shape, exiiulsltely wroug-ht, and : a p.rt of Guiil, origlnallj- including tha . oii:.ii> between the Pyrenees arwl Ga- oiiiie. peopb) by Iberian trlbe.s and by J^iiii- fa;i.iiles uiio settled among them. The .-\q.iltanla, as already announced. Is .i.;'.'i,-it-d for tae N'ew ^o:lc mall service .iiai \- 111 co.'-l about �:'..i'.U Jl. but an .\ii.e;i,.ia lie ----- w^s twrn and brought ui) In i;o.s-on. Kl.NG REN^OXES BAN "Tantalizing 'ronitny'- Is to be ni:ne0 ON Fl.NGER BOWLS'^andwlcrhes, aj,000 meat patties, .,00u gallons of Lieer and uiiuiiutea of tea, without which no Kiiiilian tiuielUon wouli be complete A special stall ot 300 : waiters, who went from London to Wentworth by special train, served this gigantic aire �|'l;e on-e faivous Whi-e Star liner Ger-T. in;o. a ve.-.-tl u ai--- bH.- been regularly [':;. in-., to an; fro across the .'\tlantic for ,:i..var. of .'..r--.-sli: ye irs and wbiih !i,;..,-i,-. :,.- a rr i,.'-.l in tihat respe.ui. L, t 11 sold to 'rurisn buyers. (Special nispaloh.) Lo.sou.n-, Sntuday Con. .ocrabie Interest Is manifested here! In the announ-.ement that King George V. has removed lite ban against the pros- teaat ^i^^:X!irz:'t:^eZ'''""'^� Mr. Lewis Waller has had nied.ils made' marks the severance of another of Presents, including enough silver bearing hla profile. They are In Imitation ihe links n-hicb bJn-'s r-:n�land to her pict-lmuBs lo (111 a cupboard, but the gift tho of Roman coin? and will be sold aa sou-i "J'<'s