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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta L -Ui WRITTEN BY CANADMIS FOU THE CANADIAN WOMAN Ti''l ft men Cutting a Big Figure Yankee Election Campaign as a Woman Who Has No Vote Who Seconded Teddy's at Bull Moose Convention "Win With Wilson and Cut Cost of One Motto. IN HER NATIONAL COSTUME OF STATE a thit kftobi-e and force themselves Ato tho nitiontl tompalgn this year i ii manner beam Amenta i politiL lor years Mas said tint American women, ui their English sister'-, although in- tere ted tnf public aftalr--. took no ac- tive part tn political lue md. except foi the sutfragisls and iinti huffrasists, Deemed ip no desire to enter into 4 national pfuticte, .Utnoutrh from tinn -to time, w Jjen moral Issues are at the% done pi actical.work 4 in munlcspil e impugns But with the beginning of the I sjfltation at Chicago, befoie the TO' of President Tait, it be that the women of the eountrj had awakened to the fact that national politics is. a big gnme which is wor'h pla5ing were.pres- eiit at all the sessions of: the conven- In larger numbers than has ever been the case and among those I faithfully in their seats at every session were many women so- i cially prominent In ail parts of the fs It was women who .Constituted .the famous row, i th d lUiguialicd -erablu m 'f convention --for ythe beauty and ele- of its spectators Uor- was the Uoltimore convention j ''devoid'of.-the; picturesque element ofj Tliose who' were present II forget the stirring part lich Speaker Clark's daughter took tth conrention. in her father's be- for a whole lifetime have refu take any part in the campaign for the Bull Mooso party, even though it has inefmled the ballot a'or women i platform, and they are now engaged in working for tlovernor Wilson and Governor Even those suft'rugists who have thought fit to throw their, Influenco with the Bull Jfoosf have not all done so because of the votes for women in the platform. Miss Jane Addams, though a believer in the ballot for wo- men, has gone intu tho campaign not so much because suffrage has boon recognized by the third term candidate because of her devotion to the articles in relation to social reforms, which have been1 so lavishly incor- porated us third term doctrine's. DUCHESS TO TEACH THE KING FISHING Her Grace of Roxburghe Is An Expert Salmon Dance a.Bit, Too. By. THE DOWAGER. GREAT preparations are now go- ing" forward at Floors Castle, "the'Scotch seat of the Duke anil Buchess of Kosbujvhe. tor the of the King- and Queen, which place this September. Kins George, as you know, is a very keen fisherman, and he is anxious to have a.- g-o at the upper and lower waters of the, Tweed nt Floors, which are be better stocked with salmon than any other river in Scot- land. They may well be. for the Governor Wilson of his nomina- j Duchess has spent her money as lav- ii and, another woman has been j isWy in this direction as she has V Many Women Honored. 3 XJT these were eaipty lionors com- pared with the part which wo- iieh' have eince played in the national anipalgiu A woman was included in delegation which officially noti- ICRAZE FOR SIMPLE GARB iffiW ANGLE FOR GRIPS PRETTY PRINCESSES! AUTUMN HAT i Grand Duciiess Deliglils Mecfclcnburgcrs by Donning Peasant Maria, of Roumania, j As a Water-Carrier. Paris Says New Fail Hats are to Be Small and'Not Worn Back of Neck. __, L'KOl'K's pretty 1'riiicesst L hor ug-ly joy hearts. Tho rococo age i ll i pretty Tito most niiiiomil-ccisUimcy of in their Oun'd Duchoss Aloxandi-a has re- Mccklmtbiirgr-gchwerln, second thniyl: turned. i ter ol' crusty uld Duko of Tho merits ot rococo, vvhlc'li decked jn-etcinlor to the throiu; of Ilanove so quaintly the" frivolous eighloentli Hanover ceased to havu a throno ii century, are Its sentiment and its IStiii. ami' (he Duko now spends hla vu clothes. It was the of Strephons: cant days trying to avoid Kaiser WII and Chloes, of Cupid's darts and Jomr-; helm. But the- Grand Duke of Jltiik ins, hearts; it was iilsu the ago of. kmburg's slater iy 'Crown J'riiict-SH (iiieonly shepherdesses with crooks nnd and this makes cuinplicatioiin princely spinsters at spinning wheels. Thu Cumberland children were al i who neither tolled nor spun. It was' citrttfully tniineif tu halo Pnissbi am the ago of the artificially Vrotty the Hohonxullcrns, aiHl.Graml Duchesi princesses it because they looked "Alexandra is expected by her papa adorable 'us shepherdesses, and uifly zealously-.-to hate the .Crown Prince women liked it because with patches This fact is connected with the Gra and powdered hair they .luukud nut, craze for dressing as u Meek- half so bud. I ienburs peasant. And now that it has come back, I Meckleuburgcrs hale Prussians They everyone is trying: to bo cxpwi their.Grand Duke to hold Pms flciul The princesses of thirty .sia at a distajice and to iirlnff out European _. Courts are .trying to look; When possible the dlt'lWence bbUveen like-.-.shepHcrdeaiiL's. ,or fish-girls, or the two peoples. One difference is nnd they adorably sue- th'at aiccideiiburs1 has a very effectivo ceecl. .From all corners come tales of mitional dress. Duchess eijjhtconth century fetes. Also Aveurs u almOBt early ninteeiith century is not ex-, Jk-ck leu burs' The eluded, uml Berlin hiU-ly has had. a Eu peasants ordinary ropean garb "L'rusalnn clothes" and wonderful exhibition of silhouettes, of'Ilow that the Princess forswears Prtis- whlch Prince August Wilheini is an shui doihl.y> they ardent collector. QRAND DUCHESS ALEXANDRA, of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, in which delights the peasantry. '''predicted was the seconding of hls JIaJesty imo the "trick in esses" of nomination of the third party can- ttie for since.her marriage she his become an expert salmon fisher, and last year landed eighteen beauties in the space of four days. In the evening, if their Majesties desire, she .can dance Scotch reels till further orders, and just as well as any "Hit- land" lassie into the bargain. The past season, which hay been one of the most brilliant of recent .y by 'a woman. A paradox which. scarcely seem credible in any -7'country than the United States is this very woman. Miss Jane Ad- s, of Hull House, Chicag-o, does np.t 3 the political privileges whica'ore -ifj. in the co'nvention. Illinois a suffrage State and cannot vote. ;g E. Overfleid, of Utah, the woman on the Wilson notification ;e, is not in this peculiar posi- .Mrs. Oyerfield comes from -46 Stare, and is thoroughly with practical politics and fisure of poilUcallthe BACK TO STAGE TO CURE NERVES Lily Elsie, Famous Beauty of London Stage, Finds That Married Life Is Dull. i__________ MABEL RUSSELL WILL TRY TO FORGET GRIEF She Induced Stanley Rhodes, Her Husband, to Buy a Car, and He Was Killed. years, went out with a last flare-uo of gaiety this week, and all the ''rich and great" are now on the way to felt in seaside. Highland moor, or rest fancy takes them, or fashion for years been i in her State. hew suffrage State, Caiifornia, Taft convention a woman Mrs. Isabella Blaney, who in favor of the third term camli- withdrew from the Republi- to join the third" term 2Irs. BJaney, who will bo for tile first time this year, as-one of the most important figures V'fi.% the Bull iloose convention, Wilson in It. "VTDODP.OW WILSOJC herself h'aa given her sanction to the ,-v era of her sex triking a practical campaign by aceeptins" the of honorary president of the National Democratic League. ,d Mrs. Thomas Marshall, wife of the -1 ce-Presldentiai nominee, has ac- ;A the office of vice-president of organization. Mrs. Wilson a special Invitation to the mem- Urs of the league to be present at of Governor AVilson's' t' itmination at Sea Girt, -p'he Woman's National Tjemncratic which already has branches in Joy States, will organize Stat ...finches do not exist, and the of practical cam- body of of distinc- ji in New York City is- National "Wilson and Marshall Club, jiir-h was organixt-d only week to I practical campaign work for the nominees. The orgitniza- has taken headtjuarterg in the Avenue Building and elected of- noas whom are women re- as'social leaders, as well as who have been for years engaged rki- of public benefaction. motto of the organization will 'Win with Wilson." Among the "Tvhich the wi.mon will cm- ".be the holding of outdoor In the uptown shopping dis- far, downtown as well. The MI wishes to enlist women ports of the country, so that sTj use their influence with the country for the election of X.U3L ui Diving appeals. the isHiios tiie women dwi'll upon iis appealing: most to the housewii's will be the of .'living'. On the stamp's which will sfiek on sale at a sand shops the slogan, "Win with Al! "BY1 Left it Home. AX amusing'story Jias .Just leaked) T. oul of a hostess 30 well known in i London that, she had better be na ;re, who had been heard ONSTERNATION wa London fashionable cently when it pretty Lily Elsie, who married CapL lun Bullough last fall, is to return to the musical comedy. HER FAVORITE hail.was dark. 1-heard Thf rustle of a skirt, thought I, "I'll catch You now, my little flirt." Softly -I sallied forth. Resolved that when I had kissed her' That I'd make her believe I thought' it was my sister. The deed was done. Oh. bliss! Could any man resist her? Apology was made----- 'Alas! It ivas: niy sister. ;j return to the fctotiights in order to for- get her brooding over the untimely death of her husband, who was killed in an auto accident The beauty has :Ies re- j been seeking.retirement rft her countrj ut that i home since the of-JJr, Rhodes, who was popular in society, and a man ot" wealth, For some time she was in vaudeville, where she made a great hit and a for- rt of her contract with George Edwardes, culling for u season in a to! new piece, which is expected to enjoy tune singing comic spngs and creating original and lively dances. Her naive merry blue eyes, and heavy gold- en hair were too templing1 .tor the mil- Outside. Germany, the new rococo craze is strongest in nou Tho j Crown Princess as Shepherdess. AUGUST WILHELll'S wife, ,who creator there is the- heir's wife, hulls from Schleswlg-Holstein, Is I clpesa" Maria. "Principesa" Maria and leading rococoite. Lately she gave an j her still prettier daughters, Elisaveta mid Maria, and her. pretty son, "Prin- tul" Carol, all walk about the Rouman- ian earth in weirdly primitive robes. Crown "Principesa" appears in a robe, carrying a pitcher of water, and "Prln- tul" Carol appears as a potato-digger, while "Principesa" Maria Junior ap- pears sometimes as an angel. entertainment :it which evez'yone ap- peared as a AVatteau or Lancret char- acter. Crown Princess Cecllic, usually a modern person given to weedy! petti- coats and cabbngey hats, this time turned up as a shepherdess, and flap- ped a fan painted by Monsieur AVatteau himself. "National costumes.play a great role in this new rococo. Sometimesl they are eighteenth century and sometimes modern. Germany is the paradise of types. She has no single national cos- tume, but ti dozen different local garbs. Prussia alone has costumes for Silesia, for East Frieslund, for PoirieraiiJa, in fact, for every section. look like a Frlesland peasant irirl in a chemis- ette and twenty petticoats is the new- ideal of the rococo princesses. J. CIWUL 8FQR'f.' "OE.NEVOLKXT PARTY, "Don't you think fishing la a very cruel Angler: "Cruel? Well, 1 should so. I've sat here three days and not had u bite, been nearly eaten up by gnats and stung by two wusps, lost my poeket-knifti in the river, and tho sun 'hay tffken all the- skin off the back of my ncoU." the evening wore on, and .several nota- j for a living when Bulluugh k-d biHties were missed. It was discovered I her to Uie fashionable altar of St.! that no one a "B" began with Hanover squar They re- j. escape the' Rhodes the Lucky Suitor. XE of the wealthiest hand- somest of these, Stanley Rhodes. t -B" tva., ,tays after a clpver the went niehtly ,o Seu h.ract, though .tasulir number of fold shoulders und i f he her Tor :j- glances were this good lady's pur- i from friends claiming "B" us: their initial. The mistake was discov-; ered "when the servants re-urriinged the rooms after the ball, for envelopes containing invitations for the wretched "B's" were discovered behind one of; the cushions on a sofa! That same morning the woman engag-M a secretary. j Another woman, equally well recently isimed invitations for a changed the date afterwards, bnt fur- got to announce this important fact in the newspapers. On the night of the first date fixed, therefore, about it hundred misguided folk drove up to house, and to their intense surprise, found their hostess "not at home." AH shu is ono of the people who had a house in one of the new fashionable suburbs for the season, her guests were not best pleased at having jour- neyed ail that way on a fool's errand. olved A long at the altar, ilur- words" across the footlights, he "had onyush not to boiher her at thft j i door. His knowledge of the world j taught him how to woo and win a fair j j lady. Fir's t he called and Invited her j out. but always with other friends. j "When they became better acquainted, j and was sure that she. liked kirn, he made his confession love. h.ts value for pf-opU- who 'are brought up in thu midst of quint 1 surroundings, but those whn are used io ha.nl work collapse if deprived of SURPRISED POOR PA HQWAfather in his garden takes a proper pride Indeed, And loves experimenting with out- landish sorts of seed; One day he met an horticultur.il ex- pert jn the bus, said, "You really ought to grow Raphanus "I'll take the said father, though he'd nftvor heard This hlshiy-aounding title, i-tlll he hurried to the store. And with confidence assurance he ad- dressed thft shopman "I want a quarter packet of Raphanus Satlvus." And ni'ter weeks of waiting came some little shoots of preen, Hut father nearly fainted as he gazed Ai first Tthodfc.s laughed at the physl- cfjtn's unuyual explanation of his wife's nervous contiition. lie would not llst- I'-n to her going on the stage, but when hfr that, her physical condition ;a getting worse he remembered that touring hud meant so much to her i when they went on their long trip j together, So ho surprised his wife, on her birth- LILY ELSIE, who hfw as ton teh.ru day by giving hc-r one of. the handsom- English by jmr.uuncing her ro- cst touring cars that he could find in turn to tin; auifjc. afy-r belns the wife JjOndon> u W11S to withstand all oi a prominent .sock-ty man for Itss iJi4ii, kinds of wear, tor they had decided to undertake the daring venture of mak- than year. Ing which time amazed friends saw HR n trip around the world. Mr. Rhodes had only nad Returns to Stage For. Rest. upon the scene, 'ndfchefl were sprout Ing with a growth luxurious the spot where he had planted, the RaphnnuH Rativus- He hurried to the expert in a state, of ivlld alarm, hen he'd heard Ills story bo- ught him to be culm, irotninir up all lie said, all this fu.ssV for radish is' visions oE thu pretty actress changing i...- rt.w) a few weeks when one night tho J the country, who did not know the sharp turns In the road, let the car skid, 1 the stage, she says. Although she j ravine. Rhodes was killed. will not go on until early in the is getting ready for her post-debut, j QUEER SUPERSTITIONS. visiting her theatrical friends and -her COUGH ,8 tno subject old haunts which ,nhr: left to tske V niorc Quaint superstitions than fling in British socittly. Miss any othur djSCuKe. In North- going back to the footlights for ajnmptonslilrfi it is believed that if a has not said she has any fault jsnuill quntiiiiy of hair is cut from the to find with Muyfair or it.s people, buttnape of tlu- sick child's nook. Toiler; in that she believes work will atone for jit ptrei- of meal, urn! given to her IOHK period of idleness. Hlitv whooping oonsh will b.e, Stage Cure For Melancholy. lo il" O'fMULTAXKOUS 11: dog. mcnt that AliHs-Klsie win return W'lKe. comes -word that .Mabt-i OF-FIGURE STRAIGHT AND SLIM' Short-Waislcd Frocks Have Van- ished and Natural Waist- line Is Restored. ATS "P. it' be in Urn A A says a New York im- porter of .smart gowns and hats, who recently gave a resume of the changes .to be expected In the autumn, as fore-. Khndovved by what is now being worn in PariK. "Xo one wears her hat down on tho. back of her neck any more- The Imta are much smaller in the hoad sixu and set on the head at right angles. Tho manner of wearing the and at the hack of the head, instead1 of ou top, makes it necessary to lift tho hata oft' the back of the neck now that tho head sizes are smaller. "They haven't been able to find a satisfactory substitute for black and white as'a costume harmony in Paris. You'Will see some rose colored gowns, but tho majority of women are still faithful to bhick ami white. Every woman in Paris is wearing' a> eorsagu Ijououut, which is either an American beauty rose or a velvet one. Tlu> velvet roses are the smartest of. ill the corsage flowers. skirts are to be entirely vorn for dress occasions, the lines of. the drapery being long, so as to make women look as tall as possible. "The short waisted frocks miulo lopular by a prominent Parisian couturier noted for bis eccentric styles mve completely vanished from Paris, flic natural waist line is restored and the lines of. the figure are as straight ind slender us the draped skirts will-' permit. As a matter of fact, when skirts are properly draped they :entuaie the height of the figure am7 ts slenderness. "Fur. lace, ribbons, and flowers ie much used on the new U'ternoon and evening. These vill be of the supple materials riqre simple in general style lave been having, hut more elaborately trimmed. The jontain more material, but will nude to give the narrow effect he lower part, and slashes vill make it possible for o walk 'easily. Accordion V1 Irop skirts or fans of blackA'e ill in the slashes and will fw vhL-u the wearer of the A CART FOR AFTERNOq TEA --.yHBN UlO !s hM' own mnid I'" VV sho oonve iavhiB a cail lie w t liv "I from kitchen to liv hold cvur collation. any or fumed slielvcs and ruijbu.A-ed-M- natm-nl wood ratl'" sldBrtns -Ihcli- ll tha oonvenienco heeled will nccllecl tor tha lo" s and in 1-'1' aiyaiy or willow a little oak tor, tai.1.: drawer, h'Ms several paper napkins. I vice upon Ili- covere b oklcro.1 s off when in on -L L less this t ils "'1' is ortlruu- cm- handsome affair of -i-iss rinW1 with ir' b-iss 'Ilft "leered with a 11 'i-' cloth and be aecoin- of jr the Housekeeper. O ar.il nittlttid nil together into can be used In olive nil ;tml lime water "l Jti tjur-utitips make? a very good a lilinv- Turpentine is atew yftu frtsli fruit left J a. nit'al.'can it once. You "will to see how you have, 1 marketing always that iie most eeunomlcal to buy the host f] frvKli'-nl pivxiuco, because there Is .I'lit: (his! can gathtred very e.isily om matting nr hare floors by pinning rloth over Hie liroohi and goiriq- over ie vinsty .vurfiwe. Hi: fore a broom lir .jtruws closely together, put pnU boiling watur, fiink two hours -'and thoroughly before uslnp. u preparing cftickcti for honvi use' ii in a pail of boiling- water before picking It The feathers will com.- off arid tasilj-. il.rTt cooking a round steak, jiriii. n. n sniiiil immmer or iiny blunt ihinff. .The boating breaks His fibre and the steak fs leas toush. K m THK vory nuulfsl1 llulc this mill blue tono. It Is cut with short sleovc-s and a ume Is mailo' In from l'ffinK Hnlslu-J with a s.iuarc collar ill the Uacli a His out with rlHcUkc vo- neasos, which no one hut loci 15% but his greatest, ndjmict Is the been qvercomo, w "110- faculty of vlist itc.v'fe The Ornamental Apron. tea of ciaintl- "l" ost fabrics ,-ini quite ds Hgucui a' present. For years these ehannliiB at, coKsoriftS of dross- hnvo-becn worn -on the Cimlhiijiii. but it IF only Idttly. thai liavn bneiin'to look upon littU .ipron as nrnanunUnl ralluT thnn PCOH omicul. nml to niakr Hie toa at rccffivft our frKmls an, ot ion for wearing oiu-. 1 GREAT TKKT11 A MdSC'OW DUNTIST to :_ supply fiil'l" Unit tint ROBUN, Toronio ;