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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE LETftBRIDCE MONDAJE DBCEMBEn G. 1920 PHONE (Coatmued from Opposite Page) roses by little Emily-Reed. Immed- iately aftc-rsvariis tho covers were withdrawn' and thronss Eurroanded the taauy heautlful-articles displayed for sale. Mrs. E. Covell and Mrs. L. V. Grist were ths convenors for tUo bazaar and arc to bo complimented upon Us very successful maaagemonl. It la the la a novel manner beneath t trimmed with scarlet and purple, choice could be made o( any kind ol an apron train tho "moil- useful to" the ino'st frilly.Wad. Many useful. aad attractive child- dreu'a garments weredlsplayed at tho chUdrea's sJtll, where Mrs. Andrews I ivas in issleled by -Mrs. Mossey. Delicious tome-coot Ing was the feature of the untry still, where all sorts of Appetitlajr.dishes were for arid which were sooa Bold to riser buyers: This department was In charp> of Mrs. J. Bokwer assisted by Mrs. Clayton. In one comer of room was the Dsb, pood, where ote dipped for pretty ireisurea hldtea. It proved an attractive place for the child fen. Mrs.: McGJadria and Mrs. Melvln were In clure? bt this. The tea tables, with their saowy cloths and primolas, were crowded all to describe minutely many lovely articles displayed tor'tie time, and. attracted many. Mrs. pale, out they ware a credit to was la charge of this popiUr energy ot thu Rehekahs and assisted by Drys- oboiigiT to please the moat fastidious! dale, Mrs. Ward 'and Mrs. Mason. Tho taste. Attractive colorings, novel andijco cream and candles were dispensed Intricate designs and new styles ofjby Mrs. Grist, Miss -fiobertsou and workiiiarSeU the display. Each lady was in charge" of her own section, her various 'assistants. These were as follows: Section C. fV'aUou'. Mrs. T. Xevc, Mrs. A. Davis; section 2. Mrs. Mc- Gregor, Mrs. White, Mrs. Donaldson'; section 3. Mrs.-'TrelivinE, Mrs. Diion, Silss Maine; Mrs. ;Nui- Tforthy. Mrs. Smith, Miss McDougall. hair Is something absolutely English, "None cau deuy, of course, the per- feet rhythm at the American, girl's movements The'eyS follows'h'ef with pleasure as she wslltB. Her are well shod and her ankles neat, Vut she has not the inbtle carves 'of the sliEh ma Idea nor liat dellcufe turn of the that of the foot which. Browning describes aptly. figures Lose Sttteljnet) "The of both the Americas avd hive.lost the, siatc- lioess of old. They arc piacis, -even AtbnUs, but iio longer Venuses. There is a. swiftness.abput them which sport and the modern lite bare given. "The so-called American type of girt Is non-existent. American beauty is of many types, and, therefore it is Impossible to compare the American with the typical English girl. Bnt I particularly would like oarVEngltsh RUSTY MAKES UP HIS MIND BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Distrust way and ends all fears When gentle friendliness appears. the Fox Squirrel. re. are going to said Fur-1 eagerly toe the ioraiug of Farmer mer Brown's as he. put Rusty Urowu's boy and hurried qvBr" to the back In his soft bed In the cage. "That s good. Now you'll set'along faster.! .t won't be long before you are as smart as over." Kafiuer Brqwn's boy was right. Hay- Ins made up his mlud that there was nothing to. tear Rusty began to get bettor fast. 'In or so ho able to'Crawl out bt his bed and ex- amine his cage. -He was still pretty lame ami Very'Boro, but his appetite had returned and.b'e enjoyed his food. Farmer Brown's boy'tnaie to see him many times a day aud ie never failed) PARIS, Dec: next Jnter-al- to brios soaie good thing to eat. There' lied conference will bo held la Franco, were goodies such'sa Rusty never had in about 20 days, according to the tasted before, and ho began to loot Matin. Busty Ike. Pox.squirrel had plenty ot tlnio In which. he did women to'leam a little inbre of value of impresslon'created by There wasn't anything else to If there had been h9 couldn t ancc, poise anil dress.Vfor (bey have all that raafces for biauty "inVthem- telves, but they do-iioValways'linow how io make (ho'beat ct themselves, as American women'VQuouhtedly do." Mies Garter. A handsome three-layer Iced! cafce wis" ODT display, the'tickets for thU, aiid for a beautiful fcJack velvet cushion -with ecru lace covering being, in charso of Urs, Healer. Mra.-Wit-' chell was the lucky winner o! the cake, tha number for cushion being US. v t Tha of this can hare same by MAS. RALPH SMITH MAY BE CABINET MINISTER calling at Scott's bakery. Tho pantry tablo with its pint car- jiatioaa and prinyitas, -.Trhe.ro e -thing from oE p'cXlcs cafce could ho purchased, was "most evening's enter Ul: tcmp'mg" Mr Moms was assisted; st thl stall Mr Iloscv orm an1 3Ir> Sholtz 1 rar- A delightful social was held in the sverj'- evening when, musical selections were 10 a siren and danclDg formed r.irt of theiUlv-'-v nt. Mr. Mrs. Ralph tho flrat and only woman who has sat-as member in the ire of British. is be the first .minister ,'of ;the in the British .fern plfeV fehb Is Tlic white elephant stall, where for a stated sum one chose a mysteriously shaped parcel from among btmdretU of uuknomi tres' Elites, a! 1 daluUly wrapped in white. aUraclctl many buy was in charge or Mrs. Dnpcn, Mrs. Oilmark and Mrs. Genawlck. r Hero wero twa fine chjckcuR later t'Onod off dnd bought bv Geni i Tyltl was tup fish ono fished Into .unknown deptbs 'flT.er a-'v.-bUe'curlsia ami drew forth main unexpected "Sir-- For fftuoi. (vatl Miss Miller were in charge of thr Mrsi Hut Lori-'was Irf ehargb of the i ticket" Tor a haudsomu bureau scarf.1 by MrSi Downer, while Mrs. tCeve disbursed the tickets OdDroiuyrCu ii.litei'lucit! later won by Mi H rvfe The tea room In charge of Mrs Me Cailum was eiceptionallv attractive and. nas ci-owded daring the tea hour :Mauve, yellow. and.Tvhite.iJiuras'forra- ed Dttrnclive centres for tho tahlos. Mrs Crajimc, and Miss Robertson contributed a feature of the j program being tho one ot lho womea Can ileus gireh .by Mr. Roberts his fourteen children TKe splendid sum of was rea- iized'.and speaks well for-tho energy and the: workers. on aflenioou that regularity ;of features, and this poise Is perSapS'.raipcr lacking !n many of T our otherwise lovelv glrla I some. j lures possessed that bal- raced air so common among Americans ncAild'raik high as beauties Many Typet of Cejuty "As for typeSj of beauty there'are- 'uany in America, not one only Once held bailie ladies of. Ihe Moose Heart Lesio.n in -the Moose .Hall, Higin- .bothani. Mock. ,-Tiio'. ladies of Lett. had :impie opportunity to grati- fy ilioir for i'rett> things in the wide -thit met their gnzo Et the >arious Mrs C caundcr formally open- ed: the- bazaar'at' three' and .ejpoko of Ihe' wonderful sirluea raa.dc 1lty-lhc5c ladies in their, second hn- nual Uind tiio growth of lho orgeuizatioii. Little Annie WhllfielJ presented Mrs; Eiaunders .wilh: a lovely Jmiinuet of vrhito and yello-v chnssv ilhenums it's and natt} 3 bazaar .ilso was rcinarkablo for us pssorimtfnt of ilainty arlic'cs uotli useful and iThero Tvero many lovely knitted and crocheted articles-on (ho'faacy stall, '.which was presided over, by Aim.'A. "Wilson 'assisted by' Mrs.. G. Ooldio "a'rid! WilsoiL .and it was not long before they were sold. :Tho apron1 stall was iii chargo .of Mrs V, A 'Whitneld Taylor, assisted by Mrs Tho arranged upon i time the 'Oilj'on elri' stood for America.; "Aiiy one tip-tlltec nose, long neck; sretty'chin and hair Gaffed up in front vvas dubbed hut.'it was'really only one man's expression.ot a woman he admired in his 'o'wh''cbuntryr >Thc tip-tilted noso is really of origin, that glorious fair hair is Scandinavian, and-all BO called .American.women are, to my mind, only ropreeentatives of varlou races-whlch have settled in America Classical; Standard! One of ttio first, things 1 refusei to Judge b; standards.. have nei slariilards ,for lorelin'eaa, and, juflgei these, tho English girl Is secom pur dari: heuhties 'may no have the sparkle' and vivacity of th South .American, but there is a dream ines3 In their eyes which is -very tractive. Talking of hav I seon tbe-peachlike bloom ol the fai tngllsh girls' Tho fair Ame: icah.haa ,a loo about aud, soiuo have light ha with dark skins, hut that velvet quality of skin; that deep gold'of th legislature She was elected to the tac ancy in