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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page Written by Canadians for the Canadian Woman HAVE YOU NOTICED YOUR CHEEKS ROSIER Rainy Summer Has Been a Great Thing fpr the Complexions of Our Canadian Nearly Approach the English Strawberry and Cream o By MONIS NTAR1O ladles Caeca havo al ways been auil Province has been noted for It beautiful In sptto of the hig an mprovomeh has lately boon A gradual alluring change has been at unthoughtof and our girls aro more ravishing than It isnt that their features lwv been altered nor Is It the result of a closer attention to tho of beauty Tho change has comq in tho com arid tho good fairy Is some thing which tho beneficiaries havo hated Such is Mie peculiar niethod of unfathom Nature Tho magic bcautlfier has been no thing less than tho interminable we weather of the present Every day that you were bewailing the dark you were finding fault with your best A glimmer oC light has already reached some of tho ladles but the majority are still unthankful Either they havent noticed the soft ening fiiia refinement of their com or they havo attributed it lo their own If they havo failed to recognize It It la because tlio has been going or everywhere around themTheir nex door neighbor has a complexion nearer the strawberry and cream Ideal than she had at the beginning of the sea Their friend visiting from an other city has also more of a pink and white facethan they have seen In the general improvement specific instances aro not so prom Pest Complexion THAT rain and dampness are tl best creams for the complexion is easily capable of propf to universal The Ontario com plexion always has been rather good because this Province has rarely been afflicted with long periods of drought Except by the most how it has been agreed that the Eng lish complexion is morejdeal than the one typical of Ontario of the English luce coloring Is too pink and almost borders on the But the average should be the basis of and this method awards tho palm to Great The women of for although charming by rea son of their and besidesthe Indefinable qual ity of French cannot com pete with tho English girls in the delicate bloom of their Some of them Imitate it marvclously well with artificial and who live near the do not need ex traneous As a theEnglish have moro satiny com plexions than the Tho reason the humidity and dampness of the British Tho of Franco is clearer and drier it probably quickens tho It dulls tlio For this Ontario has been Eng and our women are now the possessors of the same silklike Vhc Effect of the climate on the complexion Is nowhere more graphic ally Illustrated than in Western Can adaThe present flood conditions have prevailed on the prairies also this but usually tho air in that region is remarkably H Is ono of the chief advertisements of tho and is extolled in all real estate and praised by every who feels his blood tingle more vigorously and his mind act more The either keep silent or openly They know that their complexion is suffer and that only the wholesale use of lotions and a periodical visit to a damper climate will prevent their skin drying and Faces Like Roses in a few hundred miles fur tho British Columbia and see the After living on the prairies for a it la almost startling to into Van couver some and to go down to the docks where crowds of gaily dressed women arc waiting for the coast steamers to take them for a trip to Victoria or The ladies faces are like the dainty pink roses blooming In tho Innumerable Vancouver The rain has done it Perhaps our will never have as good an opportunity again as they have had during this wet sum They should the real blessings ot damp and should determine to tako every possible advantage from even infre quent rains in the The trouble is that Ontario women dont know how Ij act In wet When they see tlio clouds roll up and the sky they mumble and grumble about not being able to go They avoid the rain like a plague they will run lor block to get away from Raiher should they welcome and rush out U meet Palms and plants are hur rl a to or put pn ugly rain What la needed Is a genius of a dress maiicr who will design i chic garments for rainy There has been a tendency in this direction but further advances can ho Pretty in the LET a woman oncu believe that sho can look pretty in the rain and at the saiho time bo beautifying her and she will refuse to stay That would be a healthy Even apart from Its influence on tho the damp except for those afflicted with acute rheuma is not Rain purifies the and helps rather than hinders good Several doctors have just this week that hay has been not as serious an usual owing to the purifying influence of Typhoid in normal circum Is not likely to become epi demic in wot as in for the germs do not multiply as readily ns in overheated and Let sing praises to the and Instead of looking back at tho summer of 191 as a time of regard it as a con veyor of beauty and health CUPIDS PRANKS N RANKS OF THE BRITISH PEERAGE Recalled Ky Recent Marriage of Duke of Rutlands Daughter Elopement of DOROTHY VERNON OF HADDON HALL Romance of the Sutherland ram Famous Maidens A1 By MADGE LL the world loves a lover is a particularly true saying when applied to the blue blooded victims of Dan Gupida marks When representatives of two noble families the union assumes Import largely because of the Inherited respect still lingering In old England for the feudal 4 Tho nuptials of the beautiiui Lad Manners and the Marquis of Anglesey revived the memory of ono thp most romantic matches ii the annals of the English which sheds lasting glamor on tho family name of tho ducal house of In the early part of the ast century a younger son of tho j3arl of Rutland fell violently in love vith Dorothy tho lovely daughter of a rich Derbyshire land passionately returned his but Sir George her thp proud proprietor ot thirty would not ccuhtenanca the having dreams of a powerful But young though In had a gallant SILHOUETTES SHOWING FASHIONS HISTORY ciever silhouettes by Pccoud throw considerable light on tho mystery surrounding the female form as they how the whole figure can be modified and adapted fashion of tho the the and other portions of the anatomy apparently changing both their position and proportions at the whim of the the London and forthwith planned daring on to ihe front steps to beautify their coloring their stay Insideand ruin a coloring which Is infinitely move bewitching than that of an Inanimate Why are women here afraid of rain Simply because they have not schooled themselves to dress properly in wet They think that cither tiicif niuist ruin their ichemo to steal the fair Dorothy from under the parental roof of Haddon One summer evening while Sir leorgo Vernon was absorbed In en ertainlns a largo and distinguished Manners quietly appeared in ho roadway outside tho Hall with a Only Dorothy Vernon ho was ihfire When the feast vas at its height of enjoyment she stole unobserved out of tho lordly mansion to her waiting and when tho elopement was discovered all England rang with tho lovo Today the door through which she escaped to tho arms of young Manners is ono of the most romantic sights shown visitors in their tour of the Old Romances Are A MONG the romances of the peer age one may happen upon some strikingparallels to King Cophetuas infatuation for the beggar A hotblooded romance is as treas ured a possession of some titled families as the hoary pedigren or the family This old Newborough romance began In a prosaic and un promising fashionTlio first ha ran of that when old and went on o tour of Europe in search of It happened at Florence ho went to the opera one evening and sat watching the performance care lessly from his boxSuddenly his old heart found place In the sun oC ro when for tho flrat time his ftvcs fell on Maria Stella the prettiest ballerina in and the daughter of an His reckless suit made her Lady in a few weeks and she lived amid the usury thnt became a great lady of the 3and till her husband leaving icr with the care of two young A mystery surrounding her own birth then occupied most of her thought and for she believed on credible evidence that she was really a daughter of tho Due dOrleans and Princess of though she never substantiated her claim The LevesonGowcr at tho icad of which is the present Duke of has had a romanco well remembered by many people still liv The late II Duchess of before her marriage to the third duke was a the widow of the Dukes They discovered mutual and when death removed both Blair and the then Duchess of the Duke married much to the as tonishment of Ho made a will in her some what unfair lo the present who subsequently contested it in tho law This case is memorable for tho fact that the dowager duchess tenvoven Initials carefully pre survoa clot lies In due course she rutiimtd to Goth accompanied by Miss Annie who there met Thomas a man of position and belonging to of the best Scoulsh He fell in love with Miss Gordon at first and eventually married while her pretty became the ivife of his bro A few years his marriage Thomas Erskine succeeded to the Earldom of and dvlng the title went to Meihven while Joanna succeeded 10 the In 187G a of theErsklnes made good his claim to the Earldom of The present was sent to jail for CRliJt Of because she destroyed a document al leged to relate to the After these sensational episodes she became tho wife of Sir Albert Kayo and even when dead made the tongues of the gossips The final sensation was provided recently by tho disclos ure contained In tho first clause of her It mado known her desire to be buried by the side of the third Duko of Sutherland in the mausoleum at in u coffin made of or of some material of the most perishable Cast Up By the T NTERTWINED with the history of f the Scottish earldom of Mar and Kellic is tho story of a mysterious sole survivor of a who in way back times was cast up on the shore beneath Castle Adam Gordons home on the east coast The baby girl was taken Into his and failing tho dis covery of a clue to her was brought up with his own familySis teen year after the seawait came to Castlo Ardoch there was another wreck on that rockbound and another sole merchant from in enjoyed the hospitality of the Gordon Surprising developments surpassing tho ingenuity of any sensational novel ist followed his appearance at Castle illustrating how far tho long inn of coincidence can reach in real When the merchant learned tho story of lie beautiful girl who nd a babe had liecn rescued from the was profoundly ImarussodRe covering frnm his ho oundcd his host by rlttiming her us iia long lost lie explained that sixteen years L of Ills who been living in Imihi Imd et for accompanied by in i vessel which it was reported liad been wrecked the Scottish All doubt to the soawaifs ifrntily evaporaliul when tho rescued ueroluint the wicker cot in which she had been and the in hohlfir of the doublebarrelled title sits in the House of a beneficiary by descent of the little seawaif wash ed to the shores of Castle Ardoch so many years The Gunning THEducal families of Hamfltun and Argyll share equally in a close and romantic the origi connection with Betty beautiful Irish girl uC with her took ail London by storrr in Horace Walpole says they made more noise than any of their predeces sors since the days of There are mobs at heir door to see them get into their says one chron and people go early to get places at the theatres when it is known they will bo Betty became the Duch of Hamilton soon after she came to When she was presented ixt we are the noblo mob in the drawing rotin clambered on chairs and tables to get a look at And when she went to Scotland With the seven hundred people sat up all merely to see her get into her postcluiise the next morning at the door of a Yorkshire where she had spent tho Sometimes the duke and duchess ate off thesamo plate at dinner and they drank to nobody the rank of an The Duke of Hamilton died In and a year later tho duchess married Colonel John who soon succeeded to the dukedom of Her sister Emma became tho Countess of and ultimately spoilt her beauty by the uso of poison s Another romantic is recalled ay the transfer by Major Mercer of iriintinfftower to the nation of tho historic castle formerly called Kuth but now named Tt s about three miles from in iind so potent is its Interest that the Treasury will set aside for its The Maidens ALTHOUGH the cistle has figured prominently in history and was sonic of the famous Raid ofRtUh in Us most powerful appeal thf popular is un loiiblcdly in connection with tho far amod maidens Tho story runs thM n of 15nrl of Gowrio formed an at achment for i neiyliborhit vhich was rcsinled unfavorably hy The lovers were together n one of UK MWOTK when warned of lie tho fount Thn with daring ro jaInert her own Hnnvhnont In Ihe OWCT itpimsito by a nine frrt four inches wiilt it mi fifty foot NYxl morn she closed with her Little Marcia Davidson of Youngest Guest Ever Entertained By the City of Vienna In a World of by Bell of Very Favorably Received Matheson Visiting in in Social Events in Old London Teachers in Jfiy OOKS from Canadian pens re so B comparatively raro In London that It is pleasant to notlco tlio wholehearted praiao given to In i World oE John Travors is namo un tier which daughter of oE gives with photographic fidelity a fas cinating picture oE AngloIndian From the granddaughter of an Arch bishop of Ontario and authoress oE The Sahib wo expected big and her latest contribution en already established reputa John Travers her fathers Christian names by the way Is the of 1 a brlliant conversationalist and charming little Marcia of belongs the honor of being the youngest guest ever entertained by the city of the The occasion was the banquet given to the delegation of newspaper men who have Just returned from a tour through and David with Miss Freda and Miss alnrcla are touring Da vidson la an exprofessor of languages at Toronto University and is taking this way of recuperating Lengthy tours Jn Europe tiro tho rule for Canadians and Sulton of Toronto has arrived in Lon don from travels which took him to the principal points In Swit and Be fore returning to Canada he will take a motor tour through and Another Visitor with us Is Colonel Piovincml Trea surer of been spjmd ing some tithe with relatives In Scot la now In ho doubt studying tho Canadian financial i ba There is a lull Insocial most of our being on tho Continent or with you in From Egypt we hear of the reception of Canadian headed by of by tho and their journey to tho Sphinx and the Amoner the Canadians who visited WHY ONE GIRL WAS NOT VERY POPULAR Her Method of Managing a Man Was Too Easily Dis o a certain young girl 1 I know of who wonders why she isnt invited out as often as she used to knows she is as the other girls of her yet the men have gradually dropped her until slio finds many lonely evenings on her I couldnt about one young man who had formerly gone about with her said Nell Is a splendid and I like but sho doesmanage a so wiien he takes her when she takes him thats what it amount She always iciis you the best cat to the best theatre tickets to and insists that youre not looking well and that she knows the tonic you ought to Then she gets the pro grams in the and tells you where to check your as if you were a schoolboy and didnt know When youre leaving her house after a visit she comes out the hall and helps you on with your Of all things a fellow its that She even iiunus you your and keeps advising you about yourself un til youre beyond The last time I took Nell out I couldnt help saying to her as we parted tho next time we go anywhere I iiope youll me take There are a great many Nells in the Men like to be but It must be always in an indirect They must never be conscious of the fact that the managing is being accom Instantly the masculine mind rebelsToo much too much too much too much MY MODEL WIFE r WISH to laud this wjfp ot 1 Who surely is a model She is no Nor yet a By no means homely In her Not overdressed no slattern she never Nor seeks my waya to pat She never greets frown When from my work return Ing Nor squanders on a Paris gown Thewages that Im Shes never shes never She never Is complaining And I havo yet to hear her kick Because it keeps on So she is just the kind wife That meets my Sho this treasure of my In my imagination foolish waiting a good all around man dislikes and while ha may be flattered for a time he will grow of a girl who appoints herself his con stant and terrible A man likes to help a woman ith her He resents it when the courtesy Is Tri GENERALLY HAPPENS WAI wonder how it was thai old Methuselah lived soIons some woman had married him for his THE COUNTESS OF MAR AND KELLIE Dublin for the Horse Show were and Maclenimn of Alexander of Jones of and vodeau of Among noticed at and functions were the exMlnlster of La Mackenzie and and Talt late of Montreal and now residingIn Philadel A DISCOVERY iOuND her glove on a den In a leafy nook where hone could And I hailed the find as a treas ure rare As I kissed it Tis lovo that acts in a style sd But is It wise to deride It I found her but I ought to add That the glove had her hand Inside Opinion NATIVES EAT DIRT IN WESTAFRICA of West in French practice Al though the practice is common in many parts of tho this particular case is for the systematic way in which the dirt is and for the fact that it occurs in a well cultivated region food The earth consumed is which is found Intercalated among the grits of the region In beds various The deeper lay ers are and for this reason the natives dig which are so crudely constructed that falls oi earth frequently sometimes fatal When an unlucky miner is thus buried no attempt is to rescue as It is believed that the divinities of the mines retiuire an an nual It Is stated that Indi viduals not infrequently consume sev en and a half pounds of clay RAISING BABIES BY ELECTRICITY RAISING babies under the Influ ence of electricity the unique plan proposed by Tliprne olfctrical expert connected with tho Daily Baker has made several successful experiments inraising chickens by such a process and ho believes the same principles can be applied to No kind of food seems to do some weakly babies any says propose to use an electricalr ly charged in which the baby is put to sleep for about twenty minutas ut a Bakers intended experiment Is to place babies near high frequency which would be switched on whilethe child sleeps in bed placed inside a special The re he will be that while treatment Is in progress the electro magnetic vibrations will pass back ward and forth right through their NEW TYPE OF COAL CARRYING VESSEL AN improved type of coalearrylns vessel has just been launched at near In opinion of will begin a new era In the building of cargo The vessel is constructed on what is known as the arch which it is offers important advantages over boats of the ordinary with a dead weight of tons and a draft of IS feet 4 InchesIt is asserted to be the fastest collier built and It will be used for coaling purposes in con nection with the British Smaller capital cheaper und rate pf speed are among the favorable features claimed for the XPJBNSlfE EXPJBNS1 UNDERSTAND that you Bxe are not terms Its confound ing to cost me Indeod In ivlint my wila now liitr party ttmib Kxe by wiiti anc speaking And it is fty V proposed to give that she can nut inviting The Living Representative of the Strange Sea Waif Romancn YKT TO r CLARKNCR a J profound nh j my sou why donl women mens yu tluil iisils ;