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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I i i PAGE WRITfM BY CANAWASS-W8 THE CANADIAN WOMAN BACHELOR GIRL'S FORTUNE IN MODEL BOARDING HOUSE] Margaret Earned Hu Living bv HardAVork Fon 30'Years, Found, Fine Home n ir Fo Workers m.Philadelphia PHILAI: worli hoiis ut tl 1m II 1 1 .rid. .In H tiu- perfect.focd. perfect tinotifti tho best of MTV ice, 'light. MII'IL! rooms, liecitmuM. hot tmi 1 water in u >mi ud h on eiich- floor, besiiles" one I'IHUU "ii e-uh tlow i lit. I ith i" the frlmi JO to a week tbe result" of on-; of tiie uikUs' ever discovered. Miss Muryuivi Kinq aeul J .ll> -tin- tbe bmmiin- house, bni sfcinUi is tho liviul of th-- and the buiMmir, M Us 11 wet-i: for' her room .UK! she occupies one of the smalKi i in v. itji s TiHvnti- hath "Yfisp Kinsshury mlu-riitd a mrtun u bum eislu -HL, from an uncle died .ill. Ten i rf tji N Y hit th t u it '.'ome over and tak? :ht- lfiid.intr ptirt, Mrs. William T. of P-arls, who was formerly Miss Kate :Roblnson of New York. 450.000 each year on "her maenfficen: balls and cotillons. A. J- Drtxel spends a and for dinners griv- en In York. Paris, "and London 'Mrs. Stuyvesant hat ninrt? than a million on i HP. The iijost unique and inn-. r ihc patent me- dicine ball given at her N'ew- pirl Iiomp. '.hi? md 1 Mitchell litark ;i fnrtnne on a Xewpnrt- 'villa. The homt> and cos pevernl nililioiis, U IF a replloa or nn Iiali.in castle and Is ornamented priceless treasures. The risers at the Newport Hriiisr? Chili, when they fret tired of playinir for _sreen- liaclts. the nimiseme-nt by pTayinsr for hose thru cost i pft r QUEEN'MARY'S WORKING, CIRL GUESTS Quean Mary's For Working Girts. Barn House, Whitstable, i! n London, who spend two The Homo, which csn accomm purchased with subscriptions made by all the Marys of the Em pi now filled regularly with girls odato fiftoen guests at a time, re at a Coronation gift to Queen Mary. boarding1 house Miss Kings bur v and Mr Kenalh j prices. Mrs. Ktimlly declared thai they could tret ,5 to S'-i'J a Wrek from the bot-.rd- 11 fi1- M KinaJ-nj t i .-d that .she did not to raise prices ,it all thi co'tM mai..j inonry at rged by the ordinary f a wpok hoti.se. She sail! .that vr.s what the bitiher prices. 1 Extra of Boarders. THK hoarding :ir.ri rouining: in thii nolshborho'.'d lizard of the house and scores to tak- j dinner there each num i 1't-r v.it3-limited- oiilsideis all a'.'iiuairifincos .or of the 1 rders. j The espfrirnent ha? made such a success tlv.n the Kennlly house. Is the i scene of many liappy The men declare It Ijt the first home they t have had in years and they have done j everything'In to make the InstUnilon what its fpynder wants It j 10 bf. They garden I la U'omen. theatre parties, and spe- 1 rial attractions. Every birthda'v I 1? observed with state dinners, holiday i ni-f occasions for 'outings. Many time i the servants anfi the landlady herself nre included in the invitations to a Sunday at Atlantic (.'Hy or a tro'K i triii out tn one of the parks. i Only two boarders have left the house since it was npenftd. one to'ai i cppt a position in ttnoiher ctly. the other to .eet married. The men dt> clare that at "last thfty 'have .a place where they ean spend their-evenings In quiet and comfort. 'The girls sn> the men-are the best fellows in the world.- -The -stAtP that tho never have as well or" as llberall> t routed and that they never would leave. Mrs. Kenaily declares that hei savings at the of-the first period were an Immense surprise to her. AT THE BEACHES Ideal Place for Experiment. HE oli IIC i eei t rotten h street ;r io one of the i'i 1! a li" K ar get out to I :LO -r fit. or her experiment- She Iocs led si t (i fashioned house. with a a-ardfn at the ii-ar and side; surrounded tit ah brick walls. n covered. Th-re i'-ng that couM be scrrt_ii-tl ami iransT'urm ed into out-.loor t-ftrnf- of ttvrm pr vatf. connei-U'd with ihr- hislu-r-ju-Jr d rooms. i Thp buaiftSiip Imujif- "parlijr" M abandoned entirely, nnii (lit- wldt- hil Of thp old hou.-t' ;ind trnnst'tirnifd intt e big. roinfortnliTe livinc rouni. Be- j yond Ui.fii wa? library, and :i; the rear of the house, by high French t.n iht- If-ry porch, wn? binll dining room. Instead of nil o.ne table, snioll uvre pliicftd from condlo and- !n wfiathpr. iho dinner PC! on the porch itself. den was turned into a miniatim- jmrk, with flowers and shrubbery and fort able benches around it. In the basement. In front, in the THK BF.ACHBS Tibb's 1'aye Thp effectiveness of "drap de Paris." H soft yet non-clinging fabric Romc- what nf ihe c.ishntere family, is revealed by some of tbe better quality suits. example nf whlrh sketrbed second from tbn left. The side-way fastf-ninp- is very effective, and a handsome scheme of braiding- in employed. In mltciionetle-creen this BMWU looks slcrmllv well. Tbt- gown is of navy or red and the larpe revera pronounce k ,1 new production. This Is In tunic and knlcker fnrm. "Michus" cap In rubber patln is becoming. The rloak shown IP of while and green flow- ered toweling, fnccd with plain green .sponge cloth, and provided with pockets. SOME OF THE QIRLS WADING IN THE'SEA. BEEN VERY KIND TO -THE CAN AD1ANS' Cascade'of 'Inyiutioiis Showered Upon; Dominii.1-r Ministers snd- Others Visiling the World's 'Baliy.'s .Christening. By DOXYACJKR. Kline1 bronkfusl WRS titW-ir at tho ,Tro- T is notk'imblt.' tluit Aniorlcnn t-iidero, wlitch tho '.Couple left for I comrlbutcil to ihe islandu' (or tlia hortoy- tlio casi-ade of invtitiiiutis wliioh union. They" return to Canudu tm Imvo beuii showered on Mr. Hoi'don I September, ami ihu'Canudlun" Ministers. While I Greenwood Baby.' Ihls is not unprecedented. H will I n-inembtM-ed tliuL ofriclal Mrs. Homar visits of Canadian iltnisters huve nut IV1 orft rrtiplents of many, con been nnirked by offk-ial hospitnlily j fi-oni tho rt-'pniscntn'tlvi-'of the United j Stittes. In this c'us'e, however; Mr. Whllelaw Ruld maile u polni of-calllngr i on Mr. l-turden- shortly tiflur .his ar- rival and vliiyitjfd, him. Mr. herty, nnd to u diiiner nnd ball at HUUHK. Tim dinner ul Norfolk House, at which Mr. and Mrs. Bonleu. Mr. Do-laaitlb heriy and his dniiirliter wore prc.serl, was :i very distinguished gathering, j Tliu Duke and Duoboss of Norfolk aru I extremely and of coursi; ita I Karl Marshal the Duke dicUitRS ihti in tbe recent birth of their claughier. 1 hear-thati llie'caso wllh Mr. U S.'Anj- ory's baby, tbe chrfsionlng will tiikt place in .Crypt of Wesminsler Abbey., it will be reniembcrnd that Sir John .Simon; Sollcltor-Gencrali acted us godfulber for baby Amery. HIV) 1 understand tbtil he will Fill tbe In Uiis liiiiie. Mr. As- iiiilih, who on more Ihni. one oc- casion "bus shown his appreciation of Mr. purllamcnUry "abil- ity, .as well as many oilier political big guns on both aides of i ho House, idduorum of big State funciioiis. The j wl" be ceremony. .Mr- I week-end" which Mr. and Mrs. Burdbii Wreenwood's advancement in the poll, ami Air. mid Mis.s poherty spent-tit j timl .bcon and conilnuca to Urimdel -Caslle was" very delightful, Last weck he wna-asalgned In; thr; l.'oloninl Secretary tbe Wost. ludlu Committee's ban- jquet to the Onnadlan Ministers, and iii Is generally believed that he Is.dt'S- lined tu attiiin Ctiblnel rank ,in Hberiil Ailmlnislration. and they were vvltb thy Old j castle and with -tin; historic associations of the undent House of the Howurds- Among tiie most Uuli.ghU'ul functions incideiiL to the visit of- Ur. Borden. the illnlsters and their wivus, was Hotel in hi At lhe House hfij'is In great demand by.Cnnudians who desire lo enjoy the a luncheon ut lhe ,Ril7-J Omirte8les to- distingulsheci nor. of Mrs. D, i ife of the Minister of Ma ine and Thurftlay he 'enterlained L ithe Hon. I. It. hucns and Mrs. L-ucas Wehaier of Toronto Univer- sity nnd Mrs. Webster, Mrs. and Mlsa Macpheraon. and Miss C. .Dean, of Tor- onto, who visited the House to heiir ford, wife of.tho London.manager of the rtoynl Bank. Among those pre- sent were Mrs. Hugh Allan, of Mont- real; Lady Thomas, Lady Parsons, Mrs. AVi'.liiitiis Tnylor, and MI-H." I. Shirley Benn. Hospitality to the Canadians' h'a: Veen mihibly Rane- lash Club- was the Keune of Hn pnjov- I _ -able luncheon tendered by Mr. and M Mrs. Xorton Griffiths. -Among those present were Mrs. Borden. Mme- Pelle- Mr. Lloyd George's speech. Mr. and Mrs. Oreenwood entertain quite ex- tensively both their friends here and {their many visitors from Canada.1 nc Gardens. tier, Mrs. J-lazun. f.ady Ailkeii.-. the. Countess of Den- bigh, anil Miss Doherty., A dinner at the House of' Commons WHS given Mr. Pelletier; by ihe Rt. Hon. -Herbert Hnmiiel. ihe PtiKtinasler-'Jen- eral, mid Mrs. Samuel. I- the huntlnp Held In. the western shires. She belongs to nn old politi- cal fnmlly, and IB finite rapt up in tho her husband- A Degree Conferred. SHE SAYS ITALIAN WOMEN DRESS BETTER THAN AMERICANS Expert on Styles of the Stage 'and the Street Compares American and Italian Women Have-No Conception of Color Harmony. HE docrree uf Music has j been conferred on .Mr. Perclval Illesly. organ (Ft of St. George's Church, Montreal, by the Archbishop of terbury, at Lambeth rPalace. Dr. Al- bert Ham, F.R-C.O., organbt of St. James' Cathedral. Toronto, presented 'the Montreal musicah for tbe de- gree. f Many promlnSnt Canadians attended the wedding or, the R, -HOW TREE LEAVES, PURIFY 'TIIE AIR M IS8 JBmma' FrancesconJ. repre- i Sumnir MO tins' Caramba, Milan, has in New York to begin WofJc on the costumes for "The Daugh- ter of has been installed at the Then.tre. Misa Fran- cesconl in ac on the styles of the stage anfl the street. She Is young. near? her hnir orofVn and wavy, has two iarge that see things, and has of English not a word. Just at prusent. with Miss Frances- irtU at the Martha Washington Hotel Is an American friend, Mrs. Scottf, who is acting as interpreter. Miss Prancesconi has been in New York two days, nnd has observed. up. through'AJrs. Scotti. she IT has been calculated that a aingla IrPe IB able through Its leftves to purify the air from the carbonic acid arising from the respiration of a con- ILUI __ siderable number of men. perhaps a it__.__, ,._. I or even more. The volume of carbonic acid by n human be- ing in the course of. twenty- four is put at about lf'0 gallons.-but by estimates a single square yard of leaf surface, ..-..uniing! both upper anA the under sjde.s'oP i be lea.veK, favoruble tJir- erand R. C. rferompose at tensr. a pal- rector or unrisl Church, j of Qltrhanic a day. One Belleville, to MIEK Elnanor May square yards of leaf surface ton. eldest daughter of l.t.-Col. W H iihen.would suCfie-e to keep the air pure Ponton, K.C., of Belleville nnfl bul th6 IfltlVB8 of mnderaie size present a surface'of ceremony took- place Si. I'nul'a hundred square yards. All 6th- Church, Covent Garden. Amons the er form? of vegetable life act similarly Canadfanr pn-nent were Mr R K in the carbonic lacid frnm the atmoBphoro. LHKier. Mr. S. hnxier. Mr- M. Reid, Mr. J. .Johns men's lounging and smoking mom, with Another practical cloak !a sktitched on the extreme Turk- a wide open fireplace and comfortably i Ish towelinp. trimmed with red or green and provided -with a hoo-1. lounirlnfr chairs, Xtlss Kingsbury sup- Tnc figure nets off one of the newest and nicest Kergrc nr alpaca plied only about nvo books at u is with rirnp of tnfltl Ihc nf tho cos. the siart. but the library srovn f fndngs ln wo M J h.e rnhber adorned with a tinv fancv j u ,MK I formed soon after the Iv.nrriing Mylen, Mr. P. P. and Mrs- Johnson, of Belleville, Mr. E. D. Armour, K.C.. and Miss .Armour, Mayor G. R. Geary nnrt Mr. R. T. Coatiy, of Toronto, the Rev. Dr. Abbott Hmith ja (who officiated at tbe :nony) and A DEADbY AN American agrlcultiirM prints on its front the novel, ouncement -that, as farmers are w r u-ith the cultivation of their have no leisure lime for and have no leisure lime for Mm- Abbot Smith, of M, of ,ne rfay wUI be C- M. OBrJen. K.C.. of Vancouver. prhued on Ihe firBt pase of i i] Colonel Carpenter and Miss Carpenter, j and Mr. and" Mrs. I.ujnon, of London. Miss Anna Ponton, staler of the bride he paper, and the" other page soak iton. d with a "death to fllea" prepara- Thus the f taper will serve two The prevailing style iirnonp Italian women of fashion Tends tw t.alf-tones, golden browns and the with a studied avr-Jamre of' the cle- j cidrd. j The of Italy, is either tiny or middle ground. And no trimming what.soever other 'ban aigrettes. The lines of lhe Iiiiliemu-'s costume :ire much better thr.n ours. j Miss I-'raiicesi-.-m: doesn't wish to be inidt-rf tood ap "-arpins, i ISkfs us tremendously she} say-i. But it f-oniVs to'styie pt-rlority. we'll, really- j SHE HIM. I for the young iran, U-jJrtly, ns he prepared to tie- i part. "I lo.ava you now. nsvcr to re- j turn." .j "flood-bye." said the fair in the parlor scene- "But before you I Icr. mo remind you that you can tele- phone me in the morning over so much I cheaper than you ein semi n iwr-fifr'n- I por, nnd you buy mo a box of the difference." acted us bridesmaid, nnd I.ieiil.-Col. 1 purposes; it will supply important Stewart, of the ITith Argyll ln-jnew.e and will serve to exterminato jfanlry. was the heft man- The A CURIOUS SALE. CURIOUS public auction sale1 iiiken place nt Gnuidson, lu the Canton of Hand, tht? prinsipte articlo being__ Krses Mountain. near Mount Aubert. In thQ Jurfl.Alps. H hns an altitude' of i.r.00 tf.ft, nnrt it ?loprp are cove red ihv.iicr. TvviT.ry year? r.jro the mountain ,was solil, Jor t bin the latest price was t FRIENDSHIP C. .M. KHEI-DON. price ol n friend is to be one. i A friendship that does not cost anylliing ig not worth The reason'we do nut have more friends is thnt we do not want any more or do'not know how to make them. Ton can spoil i'. possible friendship demanding too much for yniirfiftti', bin not by demanding loo much of yourself. A friend Cfinnol bftur kindly criticism cannot bear any of friendship's real responsiiiihtio? and Do you want to retstin old friends? Here are o few l i-Cflep your promises with ihem. Sharfi a few real iroubleH with ihem. Uo not ftxpfid (hem to be perfect any more than yourself. If belong to other politico! parties kindly pity their mistaken ideas, and ask ihe'm'to do 'the en me for you. t Write them a good letter every once In a, while; Sunday afternoon is n pood time. Keep a list of their birthdays and remember the'm. If you h.ivfl.nfi automobile and your friend hasn't any, give, him a Lend him money if he needs It, on oondhion that he does the same to you. )t Is n false Idea thnt true friends cannot borrow money of each other and retain friendship. They can borrow 'anything that can ho returned. I-YIendFhip can hear anything except insincerity." In that blighting atmosphere it wither? and We noed frfendfi in adversity 10 comfort us; new -In-ain'-'iii jifoB- perity to show us how little prosperity Is worth withoi" them; we'need them in everyday life lo lighten its drudgery: wo in our re- ligion to prove to us tiie nearness of the, brotherhood. "Old friends fire best. King James used to cnli for his old shoes; they wiiro en-siest for his niirintinn Century- ;