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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WOMEN oPTHE THE NATIONAL PICTURE SHOW ATJONTREAL 'Evening by Miss Munn, a Startling Good Canadian Subjects. SYSTEM IN XMAS BUYING j Do It Karly, in the Morning, and I Take Plenty of Small Change With You. By M. A. F. and 'plcti'.re and place I divide the interest of the visitor at the thlrty-e.ighth 'exhibition of the Boyal Canadian iVcadcmy, which Is the annunJ event, mill tills year In Montreal, of that iiuonal body. In passing, it might K mentioned that most ot the 1'ro vinces ,have, besides this national body, a'Provincial association of some kind. To say "beallliful" is pulling it Ulllul "I said a visitor here the other day. as a group stood at the. foot of the great stairway, from which ii glimpse could lie had of spa lous rooms'and corridors on iitlicr hand, "i think this view is as impos Ing as- the National C.alK-ry, though QU a smaller scale." 1 Ins year the hanging committee 'was made.up of Mr. Gagen, M'r.'lieat I c ind Mr. Williamson, of Toronlo Hi Cullen, of Montreal, with, of Mr. Brymner and Mi Dj-onnet, president and secretary i spectively. i'he result of .their se litlon and hanging is a "lout en- .inble" in which the pictures arc I i ell spaced. There. Is no overcrowd- j -ing and no "skying." while the giotlping has been done judiciously. It would be btyond earthly hopes to iy thai every'exhibitor is satisfied, nice it is not' on record that such a D iisl'lll1 condition was ever reached. irraul thing the committee did n ,s to'voil the walls of the main t tilery to above the picture line with n -.Lini-transparent fabric, thus doing in iy with -the former too flesh-like tone. Some Startling Canvases THE. competitors for the traveling scholarship- were five in num- ber, each, according to requirement, allowing two canvasses. Mr. Edward Glen, of th by Miss Esteile of Toronto lilt. K O'clock H-: 1130- from that timo .ti" 2.80 breadth or hand- Ing in her seaside pictures, Mr. Ga- gcn's strons intcrpreto-tion of rocky coast nud -restless sea. Sculpture lias Us exp single figure. large Single i T T for example Miss Scobla's "Fawn, J.T. L. Mr. I.aliberte's "Le of mother 1 babe in Cl. .W. bust of the late Hon. T. Bertliiaume. Ml, A. .f. t'larlfs relief of Sir William Van Mr. Fred por- trait bust in plastic. stick to his own country? We have things hero so much finer. Ho ihotlld paint The catalogue, among other vain- able information, tells of tho artists it. Ion active P. K. Kohbs. jCapt. Ernest Fosbery Ptes. i subjects when It's two', there's no light in the room4 hut's j shadow from a quickly departing i moon? jmall change, Ji.iid you, amount of time waste will sa that 'the cash carrier would otherwise. -For instance, instead 01. "en-dollar bill that is to be spent 'for a lot of piirc-hascs EO nntlCEiliaiuD j gowns. Doris wns to lie ever and al- ways the first beautiful bridesmaid. She wns to be sure to catch the L. Y. marble Miss Florence Oarlyle r.t over the Queen Mary's Sergl, Chas. Mail'.anl and Keene who hau returned after short leave at home. down to Bren- tanos. Home day If 1 stay long un6ugh In this city of systems I may even understand this card. system, u Is ull a marvellous piece otmachmeri, this oltv'of Sew York, but it makes for artificiality, for tile unreal, isotn- lorn down to he replaced by some- and she was to be bigger. soine.lhir.E more, spot- j rha. u, lmic "oride after tho d thing T' "Umiber Yard, Mi Alfred Mloliles'effective feeling distance In Meadow Flowers." ihurch on Ihe hol-i- Pussiiis Mr. wljUJJa ion, Mr L lifts A Notabje Absentee NB of the gi-catest of -timida's O painters, 'Mr. Suzor. Cote, is showing but is at present 111 Montreal. -'The' after maklnB the rounds of the gal- lei-y, commejitlns on this nnd the other in his Illisminating r English supplemented hy French when tlw VfRht woj-d would not come, expreised..Wtfretv that oui- artists 'did find their subjects in Canada. j "Look at he Bald pointing to i one canvns; "I have seen two thous- and like aro all over Ens- Onrtpdlnn who pics to lingland triM it "aCfflu't he NOT EXACTLYt -pOTH the plaintiff and the de- fendant were countrymen, iliid everything had had to bo ex- plained lo them twice at, least, so that the case had been n very lirfng ono to all concerned. "Do I understand', my said the magistrate at one point, "that the. defendant hurled invectives at The plaintiff looked ill him blankly, and scratched his head. Then understanding slowly (lawn; he smilingly shook his head. "N'o, sir, to tell the Lrulh; 'sir, it was only bricks us ho thriiwcd id inn: but wot I tho hor'ble nr.mos he The4 first to Ks's the little that lust year pop- 1 fairy bridesropm; and ..mother ular this year'is replaced by one i All this was nr.rangcd .111 a still' larger: next year there will ago; nnd al- ybl anolher where the tlloll'Kh the woiidferful.weildlng mell- SSv wSerc-lhe crowds ed aw.y into a In Its greater. "We can do without! ,nco a .slmplp .IJtHe- marriagc- the Rupert, Brooke says "bu j khaki- cannot do without the tt serious-looking dad, and a BOinewhal fearful mother, of the moment alone. Ar-.d to the all'i'ts simplicity, thcrq stood New Yorker New York ..represents ftrsl ijautiM Kfmcimaid.'who in iled out past (he Statute a vision saw her." of uiberiv vou uiignt find some nynbow EQWn and cuinrrcllnB the library next to Taylor's. living and. Dying.' "VVTieh Hrs: Dickie. Si-., stands beside; them-they j as at olhe make a. wonderfully pathetic trio." says; "Wil All in the Placing i rT scc-ms lo me." said the f irst she 1 bridesmaid "timt it's not' exactly good forni to in cemeteries you're not "acquainted "Exactly." saiil the brido, "and the chances are that Mrs. Dickie .doesn't noticed that seasons the saleswoman yon have.-the. parcel sent. "w Christmas approaches instead: "Will you take it This is a polite way of band t'me to think of Ihe.num- pin-chnsej. that are de- enances inut ...u. fm-or which you might know o soul, or, rather, a .body, pi .j. I tivcred at ot'r ana reflect n.tsidc of' Vanopdyerv A. not had some how o ;.e. vou' wanted thorn for tho .busy ugh which those parcels pass" from the time you P'-.r- ch-ise them till they finally ifew may onco have beeir no'dtillig acquaintances, but if tncy'sai' 'lib at_iim..........__. and nodded she wouldn't know them." cried the first bridesmaid ent'rcati.iisly. Already I am so nervous that afraid to open my eyes. I am seeing. of awful things. I sce'hl to because yc of (inarrcling among :f fjM beautiful bridesmaids. h'iHv to reach hlr, business a momtftts quicker. Tlint be Is lo be lo save a few mi sccmii'of more importr.ncc to nun on the street than Hint 1-. nil; Ui H m viiiciuJisai. fowloiiet of.roses-and because and say there wa" no person else to catch It. "Who's your friend'. i There wns' -a ro'giiish'-: snillc In Ihe whispered of when she tossed Ihe I nervous too. I know I'm lUnver" H'K- i soldier's wife and I want to lie bravi first thliikiii't- Ih.i I mis Is tfgyi kind of bravery." Ui.cs the HuikA I ...c y, iion-il cOTditlo-ns. Don't Jumble, daintv fHhric up 1'n a heap; wral, H l-Sillv ina.Wierdna.Mephono he willing to .he the .01111 it after it had been rAurn- j condition- ;