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i f rna fi GRACE HOSPITAL NURSES GRADUATE be held Paul's t to In attendance and in the the Hurvem be used. No. 24. England, o'clock After a iiarty meet Icelandic a rummage Main St., Chapter ot the The presided, committees Mrs. to King regular summer, magazines, of be held Riddell, No. at the Oriole 8 p.m. will at the 36 I r i . : i w. rr ii (:. . rv - - 'B fawasifcgwa ii inmmMSgem. mm iwwMWiwMWwawhw iiiiii WMMmHWMwMSMasMasW gt?MWBWRWwiaew8iiw t - i mn - r - n - imriffwnr the skirt edged with a deep silk fringe. Het hat whs bluck velvet faced with shell pink banded with ribbon of the same shade embroidered In silver. She carried a bouquet of sunset roses. Mrs. H. Watts, sister of the bride, wore a gown of hlnrk chiffon over shell pink with French flower ornaments at the shouldor and waist. She wore a hat of black antelope banded In rose, end carried Ophelia roses. Mrs. Harry HlKgins chose a blnrk crepe romalne over coral pink, with pleated vest of georgette, her hut was close - fitting model of black velvet. M JW M MM IklWUslUayi KING MIGHT TIP BRITISH LIBERALS Liberal Chief Should Advise Them "How to Sweep Country," Paper Say$ Eighteen graduate purses from Grace Hospital were presented with their diplomas at graduation exorcises held in Young Church, Tuesday evening. They are seen in the above group. Hack row, standing, left to right are: Capt. Pearl Elliott, Ethel Mann, Sadie Dawson, Mrs. Pearl Scherk, Miss Bjorghildur (Jislason, Anna Lucas, Velnia Healcyj Rose Huron, Violet Bartley, Caroline Siemens. Second row, sitting, left to right: Gertrude Ileaton, Mrs. Grace Eyre, Ethel Berridge, Staff Capt. Hansel, Dr. May Whit - taker, Eva Duxbury, Violet Cohbe, Isabella Cropley. Sitting in the foreground, left, Isabella Knowles; right, Kathleen McLeod. , Photo br rtobson'g Btuilio By Canadian im LONDON, Sept. 22. "It will be regrettable from every jiolnt of view If. os seems only too probable. Mr. Mackenzie King will be unable to attend the Imperial conference," says the Liberal weekly paper, Truth. "The Liberal leaders In the Motherland will have particular cause to regret Mr. King's ubsence from London," Truth adds, "for who Is more fitted than he to give useful tips on the way to sweep the country." Continuing In a humorous vein, Truth proceeds to suggest that Mackenzie King should be Invited to preside over a friendly and strictly private conference at which Lord Oxford and Asqnith, Lloyd Qcorge, Walter Runciman, M.P., and a few - other choir spirits could consult