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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta m VOMENoPTHE VORK IS OUR STYLE OF GREETING FUNNY? Newcomer to Canada I; Amused by, "I Am Very Pleased to Meet You." MATTER OF EMPHASIS May Acid lo the of trie Stranger Within Out Gates. By J. F. STA1.EY. AM very pleased to niftt !s 1 the Canadian moJe of ti'tctliip. which nnj amuse? the It is. cl course. ;o a slranper by touit o-ie to whom :se or she lus jest Lien iutmluced. 'Anywhere else ia the iJiilifh 't would be toirevt'from a is a mar-i ap-' jiopriale cr-o-jgh in tho mouth of itt, Ring or tte Premier of the Domlniou. tVhen used, as it is Canaila. for 'EI- by Einipcrirg girl? ar.-.l wotuea so a. much older man. a situation is created which is Gilutrtian-in the cc- Irerae. On wonders, first of a3t, whe- the is of rare distinction high rank, but soon sees, however, the itsouciaiice of the speaker, tlul -tally no oniJue familiarity Is in and at.the kuce that the greeting no sodyo of humor. So Its use a feeling of risscnent. Quite the correct style ia EOUVK --'rich circles here is for the hostess. Ci all, to conduct the visiting geni man and him to each lady'of the parly, actl then to hand him over Jlto Ihe-host to 'inlroJiicfc hmi.to the '_ "oieu'folk. The TChole company in'a solemn circle. anJ no one's until the ceremony Is enaed. Then the frost and both'or one of them. 'Aujthipslr. wave ionds to Snli- rnaie'itat everybody knows t'vcryhoJj and everybody may do -ihey please. At once they., all t smirk and bow like so many king and .queen penguins oa.an Icefield.- To refara to the conventional grcei- lup: "1 am very glad to'meet of emphasis "civen" each wcnS dif- terentiates the meaning of the'cryptic sreeline and the nationality cf the speaker. example. "I am very to. rneel .marks -Ihe of Yankee Loost- 'Jr; whtreas. am very pleased to you." tends to complete embnr- uent of the new-comer, who has a post "t am very to meet you" is optn toMf.it-: and po on. slill remains a" iff iculty-when all has Wen said that .Mn be findinr a more suitable ''-node or speech In the democracy. MRS. L1NA ROGCRS STRUTHERS HOW ROYAL PAIR WILL BE MARRIED Full DeUils of Iric Wedding of Prince Atlliur of.Connaught and Duchess of Fife.' ROYAL .STATE COACH Will Be Used by King and Queen Sir Douglas Dawson Has His Troubles. -JR Mrs. Lina Rogers Striithers World's First. School Nurse She Got Her Big Idea When She Was Engaged in Settlement Work in New Movement Has Spread All Over Stmthers as an-Authoress. lo The Star Weekly. Oct. 4. j ;iuwsox the' Comptroller ot the l.prd Chaui- berlaln's Department, Is prob- sbJy the most baOjrered man In Kng- l.ind jusl cow. By reason cf lion' Is io Chirac of virtually the Trhole of arrauseincats for the of Prince Arthur to the Dischesa of Fit's, on .-OctoWr 17. t.e declares he is having- "Quito a bt.-uitlful tJiue'of it." Not a day passes but whal he !s besought for tickets ei'.her for the wedding or the'reception In St, l-a'sce'. and all sorts of reasons arc Irought forward as'jualifyicg the ap- ml. One lady-asks for 'two seals In the because she distinctly remembers pausing on {the front al.BrisMon >eirs ngo 0 tie up the shoelace or the Princess KoaU j However, the" limit- fa coolness fa tickets fo'r admission, to a Royal fuoetlon was reached Jyriny fir the last Corona- tion. An Ainerican" lady wrote for sea is in Abbey for anJ her daugliter, and wound up by adding "that ;is she vas not sure of Ib-i prico of These, she she would be obliged-it ihe Lord Cham- would flU in'far ine necessary By EVE DROPPER. HK schocl nurbd Sn Ihe sucfi the dislinc- lion which In a ;vory >lnle way to nf To- "stay put1' when, once" they the reasons. How Sbe'Got Her Idea TT was while she was In workylri a welter of Slruihers, of Toronio. I.lna was graduated from! Hc-spllftl for Sicfe Children.Toronto, a year not very IOTIE: sone, to talking- Ami how she ilot? talkr wonder ihe Associa- tion of Nova Scotia wants her io drvss the assembly this month on. oi .course, school She is chajgtd -wilh'lhe subject. To' have misKd lysiitg trsint-d as a school nurse ihe lisU-ner fevis was Fate In Thope Halifax jjersons who OPPOSE school nursing must needs the public of-the ctty "had rejected as either, diseasej: or at any rate, for aasociatioiT1" in. eiasse-s wjth their. as" bui T A Seeing HK scene in the church will lie worth Kfcelug. Not -otily Queen lw-there, Vjt Queen On of tha Sioyal Indies ihe care, to thii Inky may lansfcnienls ore m'a'Ie" by whlrh this Is beins given as io' what to wpar, and harnbnlzmff rnodincatic-ns lining in nothing.waa" teins done outtiPts. Conditions went to of the worker, but, "was to do _than to she" "irm hand io adjust Ihe She'lock htr idta lo the Bc4r. Ifealih .ofJ.New York City, aiifc ob- LOVELY CREATION'-OF. -'DESIGNER lo try it out on a limited ai[ the cnuM ".man- age. .The', experiment succeeded to such at the end of only the twelve asflsl- -antE and at of tthrec- months .the hand- some sura, Uollara was devflopmerit of the projec-t. ._, .1 The' .'iakt.: -pi St. Jamt-sVthe elcrgyibeins ihe Arch- of.- Iiishap Khcppard. two latter are .Chapel -Iioyal. c iqaltt-r J-'nd Bciri TV. AtcoeV. Mfiwis' o ;isv-rE3fbn5ible for {N JJ the -whdVj pf: the rpusicji. bfi sery'tf. piyy the The first proctssron, which" the .longest, Itavc the palace A Charming Evening Gown Schawb, ot rost-cotorcd J.rotrtdod salin, with wi'Jt black velvet sash; six work to New York, fectlng the Miss "Rogc-rj left for Color at) to experiment further In.PutHc schoo.I'parsing, with the' Board OST as cbntrplHng agent The scheme" worked out lo such advantage tb.it 'when, upon '.h recommendaUon of John RQS Toronto, and the ;Local Council of Women. Miss" Rogers; was invited" "by the Board of Kducallon to the inunlcipal school nursine, accepitd. RigU'Kind of Control eight esn out ot "twenty-one tales. Recording to Mrs. Stiulh- medlcal Insptclton in 1.-3 Is.controlled by the JJoard Uioii. >lrs. Slruthtrs'thinltB this the tdc-nl EysU-ra, and the ract th-it she dnea should carrj' weight, as she i's tht ilonal in Ihe world "who ho." haj" a. seasoned {-xpcritnce, -wllh methods." She reserve.! that thy I-ersonnel of ihe boards must always be dtred." In Toronto, the mijst fellciiuus have Jit- the Itoard of Education and ihe ..ot'lIc-aHh. whrrc, Sri the nf conlaglous disease, the of controls The Torcnlo Public scbyol ytnff ;-t Iht prciKint -Utcc inirty-scvcn JIUFECS, twt-nty-onc iiledi-' ral Ir.-rK'ctora, jind three -in inspeclcr, find tbu olher two Ocaial -Mrs. tilrMhtra tllrecttd the. nursing slrtff unill IKT rtccnt when her va.i reslgred to one of her who.at l-rtscit tondutfa iht operations. The tt-p.vfn of J'sihlfc school nursing in Toronto srread by dcgrtts to oil-.-r clllcs, which constitute the lump on ihe national bafccboard. iJy'-de- too, has Ihe lump less rcluctont. 1'uhlfc scliool many by orc-rrtlo" now !n'Victoria, "Vancouver. ttjtt, "vi'lnnfptg-, Hiratforrf, the leading Canadian cities, omitting (for some obscure cause) Ollawa. Public- schools In Montreal hive hart nurses for irevtr.il years, hut IhiHr Dumber irdng sevtn pccEaUy" selected has l.eeii-.k-nt'.hy the Kiny bnd .Queen for the honeymoon- ARE WOMEN REAUYGROW1NG SILENT FrencK Scientist, Forced io Come to Thai Conclusion After Year's Study. v f DUBUDOUT, a French KcltnUal, has recently leport-xl pome starl- lyi ling faclaj which appear to the lendc-ncy of woman to talk is that tt this alarming decline Ttcera up tho wom.in of. ri. years from now may be ir.an's silent iiartner, speaking seldom and only when troffls nrc-arjBolutcJy necessary. "This'strange he says, "can hfi csplnlaed In several ways. For that there has been a change I have no longer any doubt, after my extended observation, not only In France, but In KngTnnil, and America, iir.d "Take, for instance, women fn restaurants and nl public places of all kinds, where they are seen fitely moving nbouL with men. Kvcry- whero you nee Ihtr men Inking not only their own.sh.irc in Ihe conver- sation, but even icAdlr.g It In many caiea. At receptiong, nt public- dinnerBr ihe fair sex seems, for some time now, lo be letting ihe reins of ,convenation slip from their hftntJs. cxplanalion for this qticc: slate of offairB is Hint women, with their growing Inlerost In outside doingfl, .In business, and anil in the strenuous put suit of careers Independent of mfcn, arc moic. and more grlf-ahsorbcil. X woman whose mind in occupied with some burning tiucstlon of the who H greatly over the success oi her next business venture, or the popular approval of her latest book or picture, or is not nearly RO likely to keep up a run- ning fire of light conversation as her moiC care-free sister of iO years ago. "If Ihe man she is with ahoivs an Inclination ,lo lalk, she is more Ihau to let tt gives her grtaler to follow out har own train of thought, while outwardly Bhc preler.Os lo In -every word that I --nys.1' M, Oubwlout claims to spent ovtr a year studying-thEn quta- tionr lo fcave.pUhered oxtu.il first har.a, from wafching" men and women In different parts of the world. 'UP-TO-DATE ,1 T was" after her birthday, 1 -and.ihcjllltle maid of eight. sitting Jiaeonsblaiely.'by the nursery window. "Aren't fou KQ'ms to play'wiih your Tie w. ftslfed her mo-..-'- ther. with :i side glance al Ihftjr .OiECarded proseht. said.ihe Utttc girl. "I "thought you liked h'tr so. but -you wanted a nice. 'Orie taifceij, didn't X6 this The maiti's eyc-s Hashed flnil as" reyijied. 'T ihat says''.Votes for women.1" i w By MURIEL STRAITHMURE. E hear oi a good many strange vocations for women, tut 0110 of- most unusual Is that n professional wioe-tdstcr. In fact, cri; are very ferr In UIQ cither men or women, for a. wine. ter must be born and hot marie, tlm ange ar.J subtle qualities required or such work very rare and al- gifts of a kind of genius u fact. Mile.' Collinere, a younp French onian, b (he most accomplished wlnc- astcr In the world- She is quite young; receives au enormous tal- ury. as1 it may seem, lllle, inerc Is a cares BD- for wine' or. spirits and never swallows Et; the testing Is all Oono by tasle in Hie moulh: If she were to drink wine she wojld lose her subtle magic or laste. Is so fine .and BO mnn-tlously. that'- can discern from tho first taste. of a. wiro just the grapes grew from which it was made, whether they were rr.ined in California" or In tbe rlne- of France or. else- where. She can even toll the very vine-yards in whtrh iho crapps trcw, or whether they were raised on a hill- side or in a'valtoy. She can instantly, detect an. adul- teration of any sort or if there' Is a blend, and" of which urines. She has often found so-called with not a particle of grape juice in bc- Ir.g znaile'up bt cheap alcotol, dyes, and cheap fruit juices. Mile- Colllncfo'is Oceply Interested in her work, and slie seems to regurd! it much as an artist does her art. In order to keep'1 her great from .Its- ep'1 her great fr power' site takea'the care of her hcAll1i..for Ihe reason that she must be well in order to do her for-her sense of taelo. loses its cunning when she gets out of, health. It becomes tirc'l, gets ncrvour, or is t-vtn OeprcsstJ.in spirits'she will not taste wine, for.-slie says that der such conditions she- could not do The seri-lcca of this rejnarkablb wo- man are naturally In greal. demand France an J a ml r Italy. makes nu income of about 'twenty.- fho -dollars -a.-year'. -The'.gre.it vint firms employ, her for reguiar work nnd "freniueritly ror'spectal Oulj-. Only a half dozen woitfen" wine- tastera have -.known to history.. The most renowred.of-theao are MTF. Oldham. the wlfo t.f Mr. F. Oldham, n famour LonOon wino merchant; Mme.'Pom'merV; wlio died in Paris 12 years ago, Rwl.wris regarded as tho most expert tt "all Mile. CoUinete c5nie. upon .the. scer.c, anrl Slgnorrt a woman whose final judgment is always asked ijpnnlflh wine A STUNNING AFTERNOON COW N BY. BUZENET Notice the New Apron Effect OOKfr of Mark velvet trimmed ullh llsiil salln. sslln wllli troidcrt'J i-aric-l, Ulaclc velvet btll, r- ;