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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta O.'ITK" BOYS ND fWF 4' BEAUTY SHOW ffaw Cffttc the Event Wfitch Keen hfetest in Playroom Citcles. acad G lit'it 'of by tfcwr r y} Ocber ipriaws erjsswl colored jewels, saade on hairpins, act Wlwm the iwaops to EwJre. -we Ok. VwSi HI Grctcben. a Doll Full of Spirit Cinderella, Who Came Without Her Slipper, Gretchen. a little German doll vhoi Instead of burint not pretty at all, but so. full of spirit. cfcVirho We s Si hat she- attracted every one's attention. j Cinderella, a beautiful doll in fine clothes, came vritbout her glass slipper the "finding- a fairy prince. There were. several princesses, royal, and i noble personages. One of the .most strih- iai: --dolls present was Elizabeth, a Hes- l jiaa doJI'in full peasant, costnise. There was piiac eat visitor -to- the; show fore girra a .slip: of "paper op if the Dumber' of 'An- Unexpected Meeting.: rA Long Haired: Beauty. {Jieir jcnro'or not Then there-wefeJsorBe mothers and the-'sbd-w DO aiid At last'-.the.'; great canie K .j Au3t Litiifn ail -jthe dolls -them. "-around' -in1 who TC.1EL jitf1' empire arggs'eraiV-riew of :the Presently 'AtrnfLillian "paaflid; .Tfce slips of .paper piles ea .the .table, and' tb.e.; ixifte te Aimt-Iiiilianrlo ]fttle exhibitors and "Tilings i are tHTn ni yoJi5 jtnll be. too, but I am reiy saucii j pleased, an'd I am sure.TOTj win be also.'f The eipectantly. "-could Aunt "UBiaai.-jnftAii t 1 "The first prixe." coirtiKMd Atrat. Lii- entries W a A Little Coquette. mm ;i A Studious Baby Bey Doll aad Ikrit lAant-'lSRiin Jmnted-tfanm? krtb Of tbeet were tte jewel wxes, sot of 'iJte -inrsmji orable mention'1 were written in iak. in the school declared were; very difficult to mark them 'without j going TO eziijbai: in the show, even ThoEghj Laving, the .ink ron, and Aunt Lillian .'some of them had not played with'dohsi ?OT Jif-r indelible pencil, which js used time. l mark table so that-it will noci -xcircme-nt grew as thr liina for the', in lauudry. TUis v-cryisbow drew near. Some made entire; ___________________________imcciy. After tlie.honorable mention costumes for their doiis-aaJ others; should, taks'aiwy the other dolls' jew- !bons mayked a was i-JOE out old pJaj-feHows tc-; for prizes. Taat would be hardly "first aJiJ a rod iheir complexions and ssnooui; (fair. Buc we some vert llic' '.vfreftheir frayed into souietbiuj; -'Land Hera Lfly, the Doll all 0.5 .were quite irieEty verf at- t .tractive'new .jewelry from beads, tiad I jaciiy right for this purpose." i j werr-rwllyj cut a By ri.i. ti testy cont-aineti (ip ija fink, cord OB d wire and small a'ae icatily for jiipe Jt acd site Jui-d quantities'; of jiKiii'-j V.'or.: on ____ ;Uvy i First -Aim l Lillian- showed ibein hovv >xt-ii- ir.ct a i. make pearl with soiue -01" ll1'-' whk-h were fasiuiitrd to tiiia 'tkc tvire was ex tended back oi ih--- sonn-e iHeailswne jewelry. "I zea-Jiy tfeifik Eleunor For the Jirst priz-i they care to have her watcii used'as as even rii swd Matilda-l rather msch. HVe idea ef away Sleanor watcii. ie suggested. Pttcdet for of the bftaurifu! hM be placed on ;lie !t; ;i-- -ol trar very neatly, ot i he- aw.-.rils '.vfref their and thi-r to 1't iiMiiwkile Clu.ra a.od r.r-j (.'How nhboUi I tbf: playroom with rows of benches1 it" all. oi' one was'Ciiiries v.'ere to sit. A sraaJl table xvas Clara aud v.-frclpiaced ar 'at which Aunt fjitlian it'uiHii iicii'-Jny booked all the entries, sivins; one :i iiuaiber on' a slip of paper, mimLfcr r, as picneJ on tkc doll. Kriday saw n ii.roEJ of little' all sizes to, the hoaio' ot" Clara Matilda, There were so i-ntries cimt tiii.- were iusuindent, in them, "and additional r r.inecs had to be by putting1 bsrU in the centre of the roorj. hosts beautiful CS 01 the shOiV ih'jV i which tin: ciO-i; roC'iu, with questions as co t -'-I Jane Austen, the Doll Blue Stocking, Han, in a clear "goes to the oldest doll in the che big rag "doll-that belongs tc. Mary Marsh." looked perfectly astonished at Sliin.queer outcome cf the voting. au-J 'then scdcTeuly there w.os a burst of jter. followed by prolonged .applaase. such a lot of conversation'. The itoom rtcnf: -with it. Every one was es- jplaijiJBg how poor old iome- ilieet doll in the show, had happened jxrin ths 5rw prize. satd Janie Marks. "I roted for fear because she looked so jtliat J taooght woaldn't bare another I Tore." "And I thought tbe sain Ma- Itilda. ''and I did. said Siillie Red- ifern, "and T." ''and "and chorused a host of others. Then ererybody had another laugh" and all danced around Aunt Lillian while fastened the long, beautiful'.pearl !necklace over -Sarah's plain, calico frock-. Then the other prizes awarded, beautiful French dol! go: the second I prize and everybody iras satisfeu wiib distrib- esjiioitcr. >'erer before an occi-l shov.ii on. this pnge, was ad ro b, the baadsomcat. One at the thr and had haudedinrst: gcaerations of little! jagreea ;