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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page Written by Canadians for the Canadian Woman ENGLISH GENTRY IS PASSING TEST NOVELT1ESIN GOWNS AND'SUITS FROM PARIS AND VIENNA "SMART SET" TAKES ITS PLACE Courtesy and Simplicity of Taste in Dre-s and Living Have Given Place to Vulgar Charily Is Advertised and Become a Curse. 1TH1X the last quarter a cer.turj- a hia taken place In tbe charsi'ter of which grown 5t> icsiiioyrly th.i; fe blaiavlf. uo bdo's h .in Oft r.omWr of Jjirty. oini-MnleJ ths-ai ID fair's wife ovcrbir.ird to cx- taim to her "Th-re, Jlirry. what did 1 tell you? Hit-y are itt ople we-re aware of its j J alvvjii. lUe til the of thirds was Viaelltr fin-uly io l-i Courtesy a Hall-Marie IMI'LIOITV of nvuinor and ir sift of being abli with a lov in life th-in srhool man or oin.ui of the dcieiloraiEon ol manners nnd in scju-ral moral which is unfor- lun.'it-y marked the rres-m-diy woi'ld-bt Eazart set of j SIMI'LIOITV ol and .1 i-cctik tf the UritiEh wjioje .ire at lime; ivfclbly thrust rf I he L-i U; bu: t hi-' majority are to-i niutii Involved in li-.e nhlrirol of toi-sni :st competition mind mat j uaes not .tlKmsilvfb. j Of'the Vtilicd by the .country KPTC'I- :nnn and the great !ady. of fiction and of the faw-in'smlx-rs of Ui history, from whom station to Iish arlsifcrAcy who Tvhlrh thpy werel-orn rtcognillon ind some 5orial used to bo a chatr.rtrristu.- of gcciry. of the upprr a rjit-ft, universally lhat far ertitt-r cou 1 Fho'.vn lo those tvliom In f trier nation "o tlieais't-lre vr Jn trxls. the crtcd.iui.-uk-a.led -was: "It is on to; e biunt or even rude to an never to an Interior.' there remain but few, and nrc by tht have cornp- to tlis front and od thr pistes hereicfor-1 hold 'only by thcro born and lirttl tu ititra through siinfralions of rinrO fishtins .and ancestors. Luxury V5, SimpHcily MODEilX luxury, modern t-xtrava- auce, as repjcEcnted by musical CDmciIy aclrcfscs. million- and South African poler.tntes. cow fills-the places and inbaMts the homes which "a seneratloa or two t-ark utre wxuuieil by land- OTcners and EnsrlisJi'-Ssatry. nines were synonymous TV I Si high birth and living1. It Is u tenet nmonsst a cf-rl3in ;tris- locratic and iraditioh-lovins. in that "the best people Krc- flmplcit." To Illustrate this I can from r-rsoual a litlte of the Dyke of Norfolk. maintain her fir i.ess Duchess of _ "___. to the nver ISrisJana'd premier puke a.nd I'ie'd _; 'Marshal, ?tUI retains his simpl! of minntr and dress. It Innprced thnt during one of the -rcrtrji "entente cor- whta a French .Un UiUinosI at that a series of tiips were for the French officers, one oE which the tcric Arundel, the seat of the Duks of Nflrfoik. which ilvis a few. miica out Portamon'.h. The party were taken in notorcars, and in one car there was a vacant seat bfsJde the chauf- feur which wai shortly filled by his wile. On arrival al the Castle party .irere mtt by the Duke liiraself. who took them all through the and ztO'jndf, ofiicerf, and wives as ne'.l and on coficJusfon of ti-.c lour tbe tntire pirty were euter- yiined at'afternoon tea iy the Dyke and On. leaving iho rastie the Duke n- she presides ure regulated t.nirely by] iir.d bretrdins, r.oV.'vy i- comt-, Eoioriciy. or poUticaf 'oyinio. to tc before ihe uvtn if tbat public be a small Is I thfr aim and ubjvct of- nearly tvvryi num and woman's life, irrespective of j their social station or th-jtr Ir.ink bal- auce. Aud in ths case of a woman, If i-jiCKot AecompUaii ihis end by o tc ict-ar.s. Eho wi] i by sonic o 1 her. An Inconceivable Event JT would nut have been conceivable 50 yrar-s that a daughter uf one of UJB' aristocratic -bouses in Gre-it Britain should appear on ine London so Lightly clothed- It. be indtcem. and to Oince before the To my mind, advertised caarltv IE aS bad as advertised bcauiy or vice, and puliiic developed into a posiilve curse, and not it bleaiJUg.. England. Much of the money lhat should' drvolM to Improving" the housing1 condition of the poor and relieving the con- scsiioa of the- labor market is being on public funds and hazaars in order to purchase titles and notoriety. Jt is 3 well-known my; IbaJ, n.' charity Is advertised, and uulesE it Is foreign, and unless it is it is impossible to obtain subsrrip- Ilons. The mucii us they ran. Up te ery recent flute, their one Idea ap- JCMred ti> to render ihc .form as as possible, obliterating that .would In n.n? ray lu-alth or At present, everything tends imkc ILe form olten" toward thn front, or as tfoa Kronch It, the "mod is a Jon- ner dii vontre." Ono may have reserves .bout momionins that nun of the an- itomy: 'but in describing Iho etylcs It absolutely necessary to say that thrf couturiers-noif build- Ibcir skirta so is tc-rcjidt-r tho Abdomen very much n-wiilence. U Is lildrous and derornsing-, ihls the. iralst line cnrvc op in front and arranging drapery so tlmt It 'hikes1' over tfio' feet and nuikra a lulk over the abdomen. Tn arrive at Lhe effect, couturiers are dress- ing mannequins who show off tho wares without corsets. A model has a two-ruffled arrangement that fits on at the ruffle over the other, tho upper ono to be about naJC a yardj the lower one a lltUo longer- You can Imagine how a full ntftlo look! all around, jxirticulnrly in front In- deed, more fulDtss is put there them at the bock, "for It is now o'rond chic to have tho back quite flat and'tho front curved much "to the fcre.-r New Figrzre U Ugly NO one ftnda.thesK e-tfecW prcliy. In fact no one has a good word to say of -them- Yet the powi-ra Ibat hold to their road In contemptuous of (protrsla 'rom. women rind ridicule.from men. The latest skirls aro cut with a back ttiat ffi.Bkfn plain.and with a. front, that shows.draping thaj is forced forwhnri. It Is not that so much gooOj Ls put in front, for syc'f the cjse, Tlie effect cbmW manner In which''the skirl Is drawn'up. In "their crazo "for" (ho couturiers havo lost track oC tho long Ifncs of cuts. In many Instances" where tho jacket or coatee used to'lio pointed In front or else slraleht'across tlie idcn now is to cut it'much shorter .there.-the curvo over tlie hips and running up so {bat the front.ilocs.not reach below the ivaiat lice. stylo Is surely" going to ruin r- Tbc couturier will have his way, as'ho noways does. The majority of women see that tlie drap-' Ing looks attractive on a young, thin girl who fe as flat fts tho jiroverhial pancake, nnd they consequently adopt tho mode for thcmwlvcs. The high, round-abdomen effect' Is becoming to Kirlf, but by tlwt Ls meant tfaat-fn parlaon i'with older women w Uioso with beautiful curves this .style of draping appears more and flou tin'a flat, slc-nder frgriro. Waists are EO largo and soft looking- that It fa now affected by! almost Impossible for a neat woman there Is no p< slblTIty of even a watch-pocket, so the Ingenious idea of bavlnp the wntch on the toe of the shoe liaa. ob- tained. I XeverlhcTess, all the fhil are taking pla'co. tvtry day in dainty footgear are eloriutnt.of the origln.ility of the moment. In fact, the drcsslng- of the has become n most In- rcstlfig performance. The latest crl J3 that yon mnsl plant a sm-ill at the fnstop it may be _ _______ with red h.Ur. Glossy bljch h-iir In the js to produce parents picasure- wearing Imitations ncestors with red hair In childnn, all m A CHARJUKO portrait of tiie eld- diLDghtwr of th? Chancenor of Ihft KicVxioer and Mrs. JAfjyd Oforge. MiM Lloyd G6oTff6 prtwnlcd at this father she Suffragettes are Annoying Smart Set Would-be Brides GONSIDKflAni.fj STiTioyance has been Ihl3 stapon In London amongst Stt mothers aiuiiuus to sco their daughters wtlt married by the form cf AtiifrjglFi acilvlty, which Its origin to Itie iHHlancy The marriage sen ice f-f ihe Anglican h tlic rxlccU'i for the j-lan of carsipalgn r.dop'.cJ tltxs not lack Uariny. Tho league has Ipgued a manlfcF'.Oj wrilUn 5n larisujco, Ihs "mornl Indlgnltit-.s" imposed on the woman by the stnice, and, not content with sending it to rvt-ry of the Church, liac gone a step farther. No Roontr it an announce- ment mi'lft in tho eociAl columns of tht newspapers ihdl "an cnsaKe- rr.tnt hsz been arranged" than a copy of this manifesto Is sent to the prcspcclhe. trlJe tnil bridegroom- Many Eociely sLrla, bored with the social round, l.avc turned to Hit R-jffratfist movcmcrit, (specially In Its more txtrtme ajagcr, as a ntw form of excitement. It Is quite easy to imagine the (ffett of the manifeMO on ihelr malrimonlnl .-mar, semen is, t-spr-claUy where the marriage arrfiftged IB purely and solely one of convenience. Several matches have been broken off this season foV this.and other udvrtnctd feminist reasons. is due to rtd hidden My black jfigrnenL M. Glruyard E'.tys, rtd hair has been a mark of arislocrucy and beauty sole- ly Ijtcaiipe red-haired perEOas flrd d-.-scer.fJed from dominating, conqutr- Ing races like the Kvotts, Xurman.i, and worth a king's ninecm. Hut, of course, ;hwe NOT EXPECTED IT w.is long after c-iyhi, And yount; .Spooncr was late; And she norvous'fy lapped with hc-r ftct; JJcr ntrvfa were n-thrill, t And she couldn't .ML nlill Hut ktpt rising (o looX. down the strttl. She would rush to ht-r room I-'or a of Or [o straighten a lock gone awry; Or ehfr'd pick up a booh, Give 4 cursory look: Then back to the porch she would Ily. It WAS after hfttf-pajil. At Inn and al last He carnc Info sight, And she cnrpicsnly said: 'Oh, tt'a ynv. la It, Ned? 1 forgot yo'j'-wtre corning in- nfrht" (f Women with heir- nlnk-br gold, and hi ita beautlful-heArt. It may have real, aceJs 'or diamond ones. The lady's maid must be cap- able of making For it Is A Jilt of old-time brocmle. or a j.iccc of thfe clc-Lh-of-gclfl of tlie te-'it'own which IK nre toUilly for .the footgear ]jkc from the.sham ornaments the past, of women who nro-'of the c'ccL What is a Lady Do You Anglo-Indian Novelist Propounds a Question Which Excites Interest in-England. UNMASK one Knglnml ons will Hurt Ct difficidl to 'unOcr the Interest crusted here by a fjutstlon lhat has Just raised bv Mrs rcrrin. tho Anglo-Indian twcllat. JVrrin spoke thrj otbor tilght al Ir.tllcs' in the course of Iter speech, tried lo answer the cuniimlrum "What Is a Mow, It Is A notorious faol that nearly woman Jn England .woutd like lo be ri tidy, quite :i number Of HrlMsb inen.Jn to nnd yet nobody realty wcrns lo hnow'wJial a tady la. JJofinillona thtro arc in plenty, but none of them are Here, for Instance, arc a few: I A is ft woman who dots not work wllh hand.5'. i A Is fcays her clothes.nt ihc most expensive siorcs In A lady Is a woman tsho keeps iwo strvantSf.and a tj-jtdciS. A lady fs a woman who keeps a carrfage. A Iidy is a. woman who can faint whtn A lady Is (i woman wnn has hccn presented (it Court to Klnff George V, A lady !s a woman who moves gracefully find Is bored with things. A lidy Is n -woman who tan .ifford clothes nnd how (o wcnr them. And thin last (j, after all, the definition niost generally accepted on Ihls Bide of tho Atlantic of roynl- blue, crcj and light blue -irrordeori pltiir voile. .Uroad goiiha bell with bo. ;