Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE WRITTEN BY CANADIANS FOE THE Women Cutting a Big Figure In Yankee Election Campaign It Was a Woman Who Has No Vole Who Seconded Teddy's Nomination at Bull Moose Convention "Win With Wilson and Cut Cost of One Motto. IN HER NATIONAL COSTUME OF STATE CRAZE FOR SIMPLE GARB NEW ANGLE FOR GRIPS PRETTY PRINCESSES AUTUMN HAT W ITH v suddenness suul i> that have left observers pispms women have injected themselves ed of r into into the nutional in a manner never before m America i polities. For ww siid thu American women un- like their English sisters, although m- tere-ad m public affairs, took no tive part in political life, and, ox tor the suffragists and anti-suffni Denied to have no desire tu entei mtion il politics, although to time uhen strictly moral issues arv .itstike have done practical work in municipal campaigns. But with the very beginning .of the agitation at Chicago, before-the-re- nomination 01 President Taft, it be- came evident' thAt ihe women at the ftfountrj had awakened to the fact that national politics is a big game which is worth playing. Women were pres- ent at all the sessions of the conven- tion In. larger numbers than has ever before been the case, and among thoso who were faithfully in their seats at were many women so- s a. haiKlttomc affair ot iviih mahngjuiy. silver, it he cnvcrwl with -a fine linun tray cltitii panied by a Vt lirM I 1 od. s cl it the physl- j c-ian'." unusu.ii explanation of wife's r.ervons cmuliiiMi. lie would not list-! .-II to h.-r siiiUK on the staKe. lull wlisn ,11 in- tiint hsr physical condition w worse he reni..'tnl.x-1-ed that] l.iuriiih' iniunl when thoy went on lll together. So In! siinirist'.l ills wife on her birth- I .lay by sivii.K her one of the h est toiirins ears that H London. It was built t kiliila tit wear, for tiny hail deeldwl l underliilie the ilnrlnB venture a trip al'onn.l the worltl. II r. Ilh.Mics had only -lail Ihe dihic a few weeks whon chauffeur, a stranser I tile country, wh vwy modish lltlle coat of this striking costume is made of satin In a dull blue tone. It is cut with short slenvt'.s nnd a basnno from a .slightly, high waist, being finished with it square collar at the back and it doup fall of the elbow. The gown Is of white b'.'tug gathtretl at the centre nlilun, Vlut upper portion of the jujie For the Housekeeper. tii'ds of toilet soap should iui.1 all together onT. calu-, which can be uaed in olive .ill water a uantlil..'s make., n, very good My fur a l.mni. TuriJiintlnc Is alK-o m luive I'rt-sh ft'i'ft left open after a mral. can it at once. You will n.-xt winter to how iii-ii-li IH-I--I rvf-i vou have. 1 i n..rkMin'r ahvnys n'meml.or that it lo buy the ami itriMluei'. bc-oause there i.1 wasti- in using it. ciin b- gathcrod very easily .Itlim nr bare by pinning ji clntli the brsiom ami going over the .itisty fiurfar.e. llafi.r" a new broom UP Ptriws closely together, put into a of boiling water, soak two hours, and.