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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MAlIci! 26, 1C2S.
News About Women in Europe Bucharest, March 26 OP) Quein lliirle 1b ulueatlng Prlncnj Illaoa In 1)io simple anJ practical ways of an American girl. Illanu Is only IT ana In tho Queen' eyes la wholly unprepared for the duties of matri monial life, or for the tasks of a re ponlblo Queen or reigning princess. "first of all," aald Quoen Marie, "a good tteen must be a good liousckeepi-r. And so 1 am training lllana not only In the ordinary edu cational subjects, but In the, useful arts and In the everyday duties. of the household. I'ntU that Is finished, I do not doalre h-r to marry," Was nusy Queen London, March J6 (A)-Qicen Vicforla'e letters Indicate that In spite of her grief over the death of frlneo Albert and her refusal to have anything to do with public ceremonies, for many years she found time to go Into official mat ters very thoroughly and even de cided how the navy men should wear their whiskers. In June, 1 SO 9, orders were Issued at her command that naval men were not to wear moustaches unle.w ttiey also wore beards. Dislike Soliller Stride Constantinople, March 26 W Turkish women are exhorted by the Constantinople daily, "The Repub lic," not to adopt, amidst all their new western practices, the Anglo Saxon woman's "soldier stride." The sheet devoted to womert, a re cent Innovation of this newspaper, lays down the following rules as to tho proper method Of walking for th- ladylike : "Do not drag your feet, but slide them gently along the pavement. DO not waddle from side to side or m,ove your shoulders or swing your arms. Take short, dainty steps a long Mrlde Is unlovely in woman and above all don't rush. Keep your eyes on a hih point directly ahead of you and appear to see nothing.'' Although the older generation of Turkish women is not likely to in fringe upon any of these precept, the majority of younger women have declared open war on the traditional Oriental me'hod of strolling lan- gurously through life. One of the most startling manifestations Is the cross country race now being or ganized by the girls' section of the G-alata. Serai sports' club of Con stantinople. It will be the first event of the kind for Moslem glrl in the history of Turkey. I'l-m-tlro Mow Step London, March S P With the opening of the Mayfglr dancing sea son dubutank'B huvu been pruclUlug new steps to Biaiuitphone music. Not because tiny do not already know how to dance, but hostesses havo given uulei hint that the 1'rlnco of Wall may turn up at "onto of their functions, and they want their girl guests to bo quite up to date, The Intricacies of the Charleston and tango are being eagerly learned. Oppo$ol to Strike Durham, March 2(S (P Miners' wives throughout Kngland's coal fields have taken steps to prevent u general strike In May when the government's subsidy to the coal In dustry comes to an end. The women have been aroused be cause the coal owners and the workers' representatives have not come to agreement, The women themselves arc to go direct to the conl owners and plead with them to take the Initiative in arranging con ferences with their men. Hallway officials have arranged to take 41,000 women to London to participate in a demonstration against a strike April 17. Hit by Superstition London, March 26 (P) Superstl tion is about to wreck tho plans of dress designers to make green tho prevailing color for spring. Kng lishmen as well as Englishwomen have an aversion to the emerald shades that Is born with them as the fear of the boogay, only It lasts much longer. To wear green is considered un lucky and In tho provisional dis tricts a superstition exists that if one. buys a green drts or suit they will be compelled to buy a black mourning outflt before the year is out. This strange complex was com mon among the Victorians. Furn Jones, the great Fioyal Aeademian, rarely used green and Dcsratll had No. 10 Downing entirely redecorated because most of the rooms were done inshades of green. Will Admit Women r;ome, March 26 UP) Women will be admitted to membership In the Italian Academy of Immortals, just created by the Fascist government. ;The distinguished personages who are studying the problem of select ing the first thirty academicans have decided thit at. least three women hav the ' unquestioned right to places in Italy'6 Intellectual Tar-naisuK, They are Ada Negri .J'aly's most famous poetess, and Clrazia, L'eJedda and Matilde Serao, both novdlsts. f-lirnora Negri, althotigh a. Milanese, has chewn Capri, as tho backgroilnif tor most of hyr work. Sltrnora IJeledda is a Sardinian and Highgru Sorao, a Neapolitan. All arc thu authors of malty volumes of work. Empress' JIclrlo"ms Moscow With the revival of Interest in Empress Catherine the Great, both in Russia and America, the soviet authorities have placd on exhibition lu the Moscow and Leningrad museums a number of heirlooms, personal clothing, jew els, books and loveletters of Rus sia's gayest and greatest woman sovereign. The most striking and nnconven- I tional Is a pink silk chemise which ' Catherine presented her lover, 'Count Orloff. as a "keepsake." This ; Is shown. In Moscow's principal nui i scums and bprs the inscription, in j Orloff 's own' handwriting: l "From th' dearest and most de voted of wVVes." .:. ! Several hundred love letters ex. changed betweVn.Xajtherine and the i admiring OrlofCoh&va. been offered I for sale. I v' ' '.'I I Manjtwcj Lepdcrs Livcrpool-tfi' ltl a. court, case fig. urea .were :&njaled showing that ' of 1.400 resist red, money lenders 'in Liverpool ', about liOO of them ! were women. In one Instance a j woman client had paid forty-two pounds in respect of a loan of five pounds and then was sued for two pounds additional, Tho money ! l ndor lost tho case. ! Ilarbailans I'nMlclldii, Munich A mass of evidence testifying to the fastldloiMneim n Germanic trllrtwuiii-n 3000 years ago nas been unearthed In the graveyard of a vIIIhl'o of the hrnnzn age in southern ltuvorlu. The finds nave enabled German scientists to assemble entire wardrobes of worn- cn. The llunner of then wore n tM. lacing corset of reindeer skim a bright-colored knitted jacket; wool- en sKirt reaching to the ground and a hair net which evidently covered only the braided knot of hair at tile back of the bend. The rrnwn. nig glory of her coiffure serins to novo been a double-toothed horn comb studded with copper nuggets. Large quantities of bracelets, rings, etc., wore found. Mannequin's Ambition London The ambition west end mannequin is to take nine pari in a dress parade attend ed by royalty. Hut it Is only since , the boost of Knglish dress ma. ; terials that any lady of the royal . family has spent an afternoon wntchlng the arts of tho model and ' studying tho effects of the home industry materials. Princess Mary watched one of these parades, to be follewed by Princess Helena Victoria who at tended one at a court dressmaker's salon. She discussed silks, wool, art silks and velvets. j noval Napkins Leningrad Royal napkins and tablecloths belonging to the Ro- j manoff family are in enormous de ; mand lu the United Slates, entire ly npw nd bearing the coat-of arms of L'mperor Nicholas, tens of thousands of pisccs of this table linen have b-, som t,y tj1P to American buyers, who sent them home to relatives and friends as gifts. The napkins are of the finest Holland linen, are Inrge enough to serve as tea tabhcloths and cost seventy. five cents each. Perfect Ilross. Never! London Woim u will never wear what physicians consider is a perfect dress because they would vtew It. as ugly and "frumpish," sid Sir Robert Armstrong-Jones, famous Knglish doctor, in a lecture on clothing nt Gresham college. "Women dress better than men. however, from the point of view of health," declared Sir Robert, who pointed out that British men, among other things, erred too often in wearing woolen pajamas at night. Easter Hosiery Kll.K HOSIERY FOR WOMEN Well known makes in nil the fash ionable shoe shades. $1.49, $1.98, $2.98 PAIR - j" " ji tr -iiiiris' " a ir-wi uTi ii''-"iaT-TTs for mmamfmm 1 jam. " mr w aav I Children's and Misses' Pumps and Oxfords (Patent Blond Trim and Blond Kid( sizes to 2 $1 98 $2.29 SMART WOMEN HAVE BECOME VERY ENTHUSIASTIC OVER THESE BEAUTIFUL SHOES F All Sizes and Widths And in Every Style $4.95 ASTER lilonde, drey and Patent Combinations 100 Styles to select from Walking styles, Operas, Pumps and Straps. Dainty Cut-outs to complete the Easter ensemble. Newest lasts, colors and combinations, with flexible turn soles. How jroo d, indeed, to be able to buy such fashionable footwear at such a saving price! ' Starting Tomorrow, Saturday A Startling Sale of 2000 Radiant haster Ha SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICED Big Change in Face Powders ! A now ! mh proeess povvd.jr that Ms not afreet, d by perspiration will not let an ugly shine come through stays on until you take it off; line1 and pure; makes the pores, invisible; j ; looks 111;., Iieautifnl natural skin; jgives a FOft velv y efllnpl e ioi). (1(1 . Ithi new wonderful beauty powder ' vll,e " .i-.-HU-glO. Atl TT IE sent 0 j ItalianRecipe 5 Heinz Spaghetti is already cooked ready for your table. Just heat and serve Not only cooked, but deli ciously cooked, after the recipe by a famous Italian chef origi nated exclusively for Heinz. This recipe brings together Heinz-made dry spaghetti, Heinz tomato sauce, and a rare cheese, in a form most delicious and nourishing. The work is all Heinz the pleasure, all yours. Here is spa ghetti at its best ready to eat. HEINZ COOKED era wUhchcejCani matosana Other rarittia HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP HEINZ VINEGARS HEINZ BAKED BEANS HEINZ CREAM SOUPS Th e taste is the test Exhilarating as the Flower Show Spring's newest caprices in a rainbow of gorgeous colors and what a perfectly payable price ! A LL New Britain knows us for Mi llinery. What we say we offer, we do J offer and hundreds of women who can easily pay more, buy here by preference. 'Tis the smartness of ou r hats the astonishing variety the emphatic value we're handing out for every dollar spent! Any you'll find this sale a worthy successor to all that have gone before. Flowers! Ribbons! Coekardes! Fashion-wise hats from fashion wise designers, in every shape and style of mode-importance. Florida gold, lovebird, Moroccan, dogwood! diadem, seashell, black! SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY MATERIALS Snake braids and Milan hemps; transparent fab rics and youth preserv ing combinations Exquisite! Finest .Makes From Europe Women's Easter Nov elty Cuff Kid Gloves' $2 98 $3.50 FAIR 0 E7 1 L I N 11 tr-H '," - .. "Get the Kiddies Ready for Easter" A NEW COAT A NEW DRESS A NEW HAT Come here tomorrow you will save considerably we have the largest and most complete stock of Infants' Wear in New Britain. Every New Material SATURDAY STORE -WIDE SPECIALS IN Authentic New Spring Styles AT PRICES REMARKABLY LOW Expressing All That Is Nc w in Line, Color and Fabric Is a Grou p of Lovely Forecasting a Springtim e of Youthful Smartness Are These Charming Coats Smart Models in Delightful Variations of the Youthful Spring Silhouette Dresses The Models are Many and Varied, the Colorings Both (lav and Dark Their modish simplicity of design is distinguished by unique decorative touches. Coats for every Springtime occasion, including m a n y new cape models. r Special For Saturday NEW SPRING COATS $14.95 Every new style feature is presented. Puff sleeves, cape effects, flares, straightline, models in stunning colors. Smart embroideries and fur trimmings. These delightful creations of lovely fabrics breathe the spirit of the Spring mode. Dresses of eve r y type smartly tailored for sports or models for formal wear. Special For Saturday NEW SILK FROCKS $14.95 Hundreds of stunning new models, featuring every new fashion note, designed to sell for a great deal more. ' MM I i mnnm-iffi'WfarffE-l