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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE WRITTEN BY CANADIANS FOR THE CANADIAN MRS. VANDERBILT TRYING TO FIND '-WORK FOR BOYS She Has Interested Herself In the-Shoeblacks of London, and'Is Determined to Save Them'From Drifting Into the "Submerged Tenth." GONE BUT NOT CERTAINLY FORGOTTEN HS. KIIBP15K1CK K. VAXDKlt- I-JILT. the sister-in-law ot HIP Duchess oC -Marlboi-oiisli, finding time in the intervals of her many social London And Paris to take a hand in urjrnnixlns several charities for the relief of dis- tress in London a nil some of the lead- ing English cities. 'Until lately her n.imc was not much iii evidence here, as most of her lime was spent in the French capital, but .now She .ui have come under the influence, of Lady Grumud, Mrs. "-Osdun ililfs. Mrs. WhiteUuv Keid, and 'while ir.td "shlned" boots at the street coiners in London Is chiefly through discovery of K superior "finality of-poi- U-h. wSiich enables the patrons of the "Sht'ie BrJsade" to perform that duty easijy for themselves. is at present In communication with several well-known men with a view to formula Mug :i scheme by which some useful form of employment e- found for the boys. Her own btr 10 apprentice them to useful trades, but many of them are beyond :i'suitable ag? for that purpose, some others nf' American colony Saunas, however, made, up and is Quilt? busy ii.r UritUh phllan- her ,iiiiu the.-shine" boy must ihropy. Sininsvly.OBoush. bti tc' drift down 'to the 10 be the firs: person to n-nlize tn.u j "the occupraion vt the lads who once i" nerved tenth." EVERY DAY: Lawrence! r" Is New York's Champion Female Spender. j TWICE DIVORCED; Couldn't Live oa Year, So Coiirts Let Her Have Fling Again. liailt'd as "the jposi cxtrava- j t woiuah in Xc'u- .Watt'Mtirns.Curtis Tence. .petieu mcnibpr of-'stjcieiy, ariij. frstwhiJc possessor of many millions, i is to come into her own asain. I _ "The Spender." as she once knoivii ainonc hc-r for years i-fijeyed The somewhat doubtful disiinc- lion of Ir-oinj to find more ways in BY THE SILVERY SEA SEASIDE flirt On the pier J Trfiiled her skirt; 'Kerchier dropped, "Pardon me." Then they stopped. He and she. Pleasant talk. Music's strain; Pleasant walk, "Meet By-an'd-bye Time to part. Sob sigh. "i'iy sweet heart. vows: -Then v.-ent he Back to spouse, Ditto she. i caprice. Indeed, jt nus been stated that, .._..., ar. one of her calm- I :o kot-p Uncle Sam's leg-al tender i states is filled with f ppekages fresh milliner or I ths- have ntfrer been opened. a Day ForPin Money. TRAFFIC OF TITLES FOR AMERICA_N_GIRLS TO GEASE The Odd Part of the New Situation Is That Europe Is Taking Action tc Cut Out the Trading of Titles for Millions. c AN It he tlml nobility Europi; has a surfeit of Amo can Is it possible. Hint Hie. HIS drawinsr from the -Matrazine of Fun gives that publication's opinion of the'prevailing fashions in feminine attire as contrasted with old fash loned costumes., In she was -of 'rite saruless uf. or utility. Anything lills from hiji and that TOOK iaiir-y was ordered she speiMliIy enjoy ajjaln the In- 'mT t i -r of her va.-t estate. In lact. oftt-n -.vj-.iM nut trr-ubK1 to uackiigv after ii was deliver- j Tht iist-rn of an- S'p'enil-. purc-mly. warf eylficit-nt lo her Those who tr-orie methods in former .-with interest'the re- b'.> court's Will Mrs. c-asriun-merii the title of "The "thf-y ask. or' will she retire o the seclusion of one of her now -that she has re- Ejiineil of -her -Five hundred dollars-'a day Is not t'io much for n person with my income 10 snen-.l for pin money." once said Mrs. Lawrence, in the days before the court Thrice Divorced. in thf spotlight of publicity dur- .isirjhe-past years, as much'by her varied matrimonial ven- is thronqh lavish fxpt-mlilure ixeitins and WALKING COSTUME FOR CITY WEAR Xor has slio lacked of other ports. through the- barest accident iate family and lu-r lawyers of how much she was f-vcr kno mulcted bffojv- DI of the plott victim io t-seape. It I it is stra, Mrs. son. is It. Munis, to apply for ilie ap- iinifnt of ilie conservator of hrp rs- Hie lime ni thr- npplicjition her son slated that he was fvafl'ul lesl his should one (if the H-itn and ffraftera." with whom continually, .surrounded, and l bled h-r for luunlreds of f dollars' during a series of ami ornilne by tlic doxcn scis at from lo SKi.OOO a s'jt, jewels llar r..f whit buUn-tiolcb' sUtvliL-ti wliitc, moat widow .Madame Camllie (hi Gasi, has _ A again covered herself poii- .7; l .rnrwal. Mrs. Lav.-jence has Ijoen in h, PRIDE OF FRANCE TOTOURAMERICAJust Madame Du Cast Is Richest, Tallest, and Cleverest Widow In "City of Light." THE YELLOW BEDROOM HAS REFUSED MANY NOBLES OF FRANCE j Though a Widow for Twenty) Has Just Finished Mission to Morocco. I'AKifci. AUBUSt lersullle widow, Tlioush not in the first flusli oC youth, j dressed in !he Barb of a boy. She is rcuirn.s from tivr Jrip in iloi-ocor, the best amfiteur pianist in Paris. J're- vilh the h'lnnm of health'nnd visor jscntly she is to lour the United States. richest mercnaius in lans. ami he .trong is secret. She Is frlondly in iV of nn entente cordlale be-1win. the present Sultan of Morocco n "n SRuiame i nnd her visit helps prreatly lo smooth ,7i vf'me de, way ruai1 "f "1C wl'.ore formerly stood STriC.Oftn In vain yachts, threp stables full of liorpcs and carriages at her different ami an ex Ira Jl.SflO per month cari-iaKo.bill in Now York City rlii! year round, wcrc'a few of the fails nid foibles of Mrs. I.awronce, wlik'li about. reputation." ot nrfincjnj? mcossiM Mrs. l.av.rencc wittily, can. Anil there .the mhttor .stands, lit mission in entrusted to her jy Uie Ministry of Foreign-Affairs and Ministry ot" Agrieuliure. I Madame du Oast is the .tallest anil j one of the richest nnd most accom- f widows in Paris. Unlike moat ench women, she IH unite blonde, with a hint of Titian red in her hair, i NEW DECORATION IDEA Now It Is Considered Quite Smart to Use Yellow in Bedroom Decoration Furniture in Italian Style Now Fashionable. WKETHEfl yellow bedrooms are becoming or is a. question which -must he left to blonde and brunette to settle between themselves, but one thing is certain, the yellow bedroom is just now extremely smart. It has completely supT-ianted the srey. bedroom of last year, and the and pink bedroom of still older date. Of course, if you have very good bedroom furniture '.hat "pleases you, it isn't necessary- to throw it away for a new set, but if you art) buying any bedroom furniture just nnw, nrul wr.nt to get the really fashion- able thing, procure for.yourself a set furniture in the Italian style ot painted wood In u. beautiful shade of yellow. Some of. the yellow painted furniture has simple sold lines lor decoration, and there are other sets which are decorated with little bouquets of flowers in soft, old-fashioned tones. The work 3s beauti- fully done, nnd, of course, the sets are not extremely reasonable. them there Is "used a plain wall covering in ivory, pale rose, or grey, or a chintz wall .paper In tones of rose, violet, and Ivory. Grey and white flowered paper'is also used. When the walls nre.1 plain tho hangings are usually of flowered chintz in the tones mentioned for the wall paper or in striped chintz or damask in two tones. Nothing is more attractive in a room which yellow furnlturn than violftt or lavender of soft shades. With the yellow and the ivory of the paint a most delightful color effect is secured. Quite a deep rose chintz may also be used the furniture is pale in tone. of the and mushroom rathor court furihcr ik'BX'n- eratlon anil imvm-iy than sanction moro matrhmmial alliances with ow i't't so '.It would appear fnnn the rifiM'tit jniblU'aifon In the newspapers uf WaVsavv.am! Madrid "f two royal orders, which wi.uld Foein to Indicate Hint about the last tiling In the world certain noble bonnes is ll'.c union of one of their bluod with an American "Jrl- Xot Ions' press of most historic city of I'olaml, imhllslu-d the fact tji.it iill tin? princes and dukes of lii-re nre dov.cna of forbidden by the head of Ihe Prince (ioorso, of KO imirlhe Riviera lest they meet accidontaliy "that American pel-- son who calls herself the of oui- son. Prince .Vnioine Albrecht." The "AmfM-lc.ui pM-Sdri" Fpoclfiod Uy the head of the house in his pronuncianiciito, her is no loss person than tho Dorothy Deacon, society belle of Newport anil who was legally wadded (o Prince Antoinc Albrecht in London .July 5, J910. Clutches of Heiress." THK other news item, also- pub-. li.shed recently, appeared in the Madrid newspapers. H was lo the effect lliat Kins Alpl'imso of Spain had Riven the Unite of Alva a body- guard of dowagers and courtiers "to prevent Mis Highness from falling into the clutches of some designing Ameri- can heiress in id mnrryins nor." The fact that the Rjidaiwllls and Albas huppc-n to be uxtremfly rich may explain, the. hostile attitude as- sumed by Prince George 'mill the rnler of Spain. As for (he rest, of the old world aristocracy it will doubtless to snap up American fortunes and American girls as it has done for the last one hundred and nine years, 01 ever .since Elizabeth Patterson of I Baltimore, heiress of the merchant t ,....._p. William Patterson, set the i fashion of 'mavryins 'Jerome, afte.r- i ward king of Westphalia, youngest brothtir of the gren't Xa'poleon. She paid for the.privHeKfi of assum ins :i title- Loo. ns have her succes- i sous, for she had to keep her husband during his subsequent Play In Amer- ica, nnd probably, before their., mar- riage as well; Since time 'six 'hundred beamy, hea.ltIi, and wealth they gavt to Lhtisc Litlle but henrl- bivaU and That KiutKJwlll order, for Instance, against tho unfortunate Princess 'Dor- oiiiy' is .iiimttly Infrimous. for Aniolne Albrcchl was k-fiiilly miirrieil to Doa'con in London, July 5, 1MIU. Tlie Riulxlwllls are Cathollca and the C'alli.-lii: i.'hnrch does not divorce, yet Princess Dor- othy nf is rtilh- leply put without the pale of society by ilio head of her and lu-r offspring is declared IHegili- unite. Live on American her America n for her' hus- band's maintenance, for Prince An- toinc. Albrcchl doesn't como into his fortune until after- tl-e death of his father, who was bprn in tSGO. As the are; a .proverbially llved race, this American girl may have to keep her Polish husbanft twenty-five years or longer before ha comes Into his own. In iho metin- tlme her American" dollars- -will he I heir chief support. The Rit dxi wills, i Uy the way. are not sovereign princes, but only large land- holders, anil the part of the whole matter is that they raised nc objection to the< marriage of -Miss A.VD this while wealth provides Pndcnv.lana MMiiio of will, to animals that'will be added to the col- leclion.s of the Zoological Gardens of Janlin dcs Plantc-s ami the upon licr her purpose being 'o in porno Jardln du N thp widow of the ner of e dru th t e and 'he US Ih''Ei! But Incidentally That theie has Wen a political ami "er musical attainments diplomatic, side to Madame Gnat's for v-lslt purpo.es. A strong Miure is secret. She is frlondly townliouse (he Dowager Dnrhfss Gt-nernl Ronlnn.cer one million cloUnrs In n wild effort tn put the DuktJ d'OrJfans on the thronp nf France. On Gast has been a It. is by social, musical, literary, sclen- j torn to. tific. and commercial intercourse. f She was boi a in Paris and is presid- ent of the Society ot Native Born NEW THEORY .OF' I'arisians. Once a month this society gives a. dinner at which Madame du; GRAVITATION on Gast has heen a widow f..l- fullv a :score of which !GEBt Prides. On these j_rott- in I..- thne her heart and hand have been wit, which has the fin- Tl slanlaneonsly 10 v.-ial O.staneos. vainly soiiffht by tlie first nobles of Finnoe, AmoiiR other aspirants -was flavor In the world, may bo hoard. The recent visit of Madame du Gast lo Dnlte ili: Sniran. :le Talleyrand, then Prince was "ot rirst' .T.vv.0 On one occasion Ihc Dnke whcn 1L wns in. 'Jii one occasion NIC IJIIKC ..-I an nnchivalrou, juiK'e who Afrnlrs. Fho vlalied HaX Inwr- about Country. .She saw Jhc Sultan, inappropriate! remark ninskfd portrait of Madame du Oast. I! is n moot question whether Mad- une du fJiist or the Countcs? dp Ream first nmonc tho wralthiest of Fa rift widows, but the former has the most Ifnar.ts, for on her rent-roll tlicro atv the namrs of four .hundred. An Accomplished Woman. SMK is a woman of muny nc-com- ;On horse-back she Is from Kranne and ccpted tho of his bi suard- V.'hcti she returned tn Paris a book of hers on Morocco was pub- lisher! fnom Mm' fioverhmcnt printing presses. Captured by Moors. HKR roconi trip was not devoid of ad venture. She fun! hrr com- lanion were about to bo mndc jirlB- as it bus appeared to be, has hnen of the pi-fifoumlesl mysteries. In Krcnch academy paper Prof. IJo sincsd, has nftV-rcd a now theory. lioint In space, is surrounded by infinitely- a'Uemiatod "presc-ncc." a ttlv- filial thiB connocls an clas jii is. v.in IIOFHC- naciv sue. is jia nion were about to be mae jtr lierfi-ct IJidiui. while shu drives a pah- loners by a Moorish band when Cu fda s only an 'expert A! Fioii nnd Onelloiipri came upon, the taken piirt wilh dlailnc- lion IT: nutomobilo luis almost suffered lr.' a motor hoaL tlie Mediterranean, andean scenes. Itecoiinizing th2 srcat French- woman. they not only prevented lior cnpitirc, but- chivalrously her Oast Madamo du Oast' hi A fjcntlo philosophic- willi view.-, of liroucht buck wilh hor many studies she has Itrrmirhl up her daughter flora nnd fiiuna and of Ihe indus- h the strokw, j trial rcsourctJflif alsc wild all other bodies within us ranpe of action. The variations _oC action are not successively transmit- ted, so roquire no lime. Tho presence follows the mntorlnl body wherever It nnd with it noes the inuiual at- Iraclion on olher bodies. This hypo- lliesfti seems'lo with that of :i continuous "Ho thing's "t your XVo'vo foiir kinds of Koiniblii-atiM and tliroo kinds 1'JeinncralH, to notliincr of tlmsc i crowns and "coronets badly in need of More than sixty of' these have obtained five sat for awhile on n throne or throne- let, of wore entitled to that honor, and nil .conferred lasljnjr benefits upon tho noble, or ignoble, families they mar- ried into. Tlie outward advantage tn noble j families "they enter'IK generally reck- j onetl' in dollars nnd cents, but the j American girls called queens, duch- esses. princesee. marchionesses i and baronesses, hnstowed upon their husband's line ,a far morp valuable -good, red Am- erican" blood- t of England, France Italy, and Spain prove j that in nil these strongholds of pri- vileged classes when is re- stricted lo the noble born the no- bility dies nut. cither indirectly on nccount of dsseneration by constant intormarrjafre oj- .directly by the want of Issue, which merely .-mother I of j-'ayinp the same thine. The old blood has lost its no Kirl must supply thn vanished vitality It may be arir-usd that UIB country- women of .the debilitated- nphlesscs wruilfl serve ..is well, .but these arc either ineligible for family reasons ni jfor want of the "dot." Bo- I sidc-K. they lack the i-juMity most de- isiniblo in the process of rejuvenation i On her part Amorican girl, sup- good, virile .blood, health, a j nimltlc mind; ami iihovf- all money, proved a powerful asset in tho of the 'Kuropr'an aris- i a iid ;i s a ni le wn s chca t ed j out of the peninlsilies promised in i return for hoallh and wealth. 1 To bt'.uln -with. Patterson did not become of Wf.stiilialiil [but to make way for a. {Tprnun1 i princess: Miss Mary Lee of Rrooklyn. did nor become Princess 1 shn married him- but had to be con- j tent with Iho mushroom title of i Princess-Xoer; Miss Boston, who married 'the Portiis.'tl, Kins rerdinanJ. acknowkMlKed ns "Here lies fhf (hey wrorfi .on her tninbr-tone. What Can They Show For U MAltiK K.MfLV HA.MKL of j York, was crci.iod. CoitntcsH (III Uocca-Ouglihehna. a name recruited from a novel, when, in.fact, she'was, the wife of Prince L.mis of Honrbon, Count of Aqullni Siie had a son and a daughter by AdUtlti. but Toyal rec- ords make no .mentiun of them. Finally Prince Allu-rt of Monaco, tho Kiiiiibler-kinp. divorced his Anu'rican u'lfc, nee Alice Heine of Mew Orleans, and banished hor from his states. Yet all llicsc women brought sldorauli; wMllh to tholr lords and hnd to sive to into tncir Ueeplns with- out rint'.lifiwitlon, as Is 'v't'i raviiliy. And hundreil r.iUl olher Anicriciin women and ffirls ilid Prince Albert Rr.dxi Antoinc. Albert and the Princess Pudenziann are now llvlimr at Castle Polonecr.lrn, In Russia, and are happily mated to all 'appearances. MATTERSiOF TASTE- rntfK orator hates Ibtigne, I lip.'ir, When married, 'for his- lunch, The undertaker won'fhnve beer, Xor tram-conductors punch. The ulown spring-water- never drln Us, Tlic-banriuet toast; wont steaks mc- thinU- Nor editors-a roast, 'ShoenmUcifc Hiej t eat fried sole, The pi inter pie 01 sweets Sonic ictoio (tulle detest their J 1 olicemui won tjeat beetH Ji n, Die 1 ntl I main disrepu- table-looking relatives .you hava until you die. Tlie .tllsreputable-tooiting- rela- tive -loirietlmes rcfralris from attending: the weddliir, but le nluavs cornea to the Ledgoi. NATTY SUIT FOR FALL OUTINGS of Kdln." )i Itftlit tweed or quiet tii coiiur and cuffs, and' little 'round hat In match.1 trimmed vvilh full In i :rs or Krapr'p. Onnt ;