bpi - ;be The 1923 skating girl should wear a knickerbocker suit of double - faced satin, trimmed with chinchilla. 3BI - 133 iiin vxiMNiriaj iiVENiNG TianUxw oatitkday. januauy t, 1923 YiSSSLS ln Canada and. Other Lands 91 ), ' 1 f The engagement is announced of the Hon. Joan Dicson Poynder, daughter of Lord and Lady Islington, to Sir Edmund Grigg, M.P., who was one of Lloyd George's private secretaries, and who accompanied the Prince of Wales on his Canadian tour. Mrs. Alice Stopford Green (left) and Mrs. Eileen Costello, members ' . of the Irish Free State senate. - King Christiait - of Denmark ridsng his favorite horse. The king is the tallest monarch in the world and his height is made the mor noticeable when he rides on a horse which is taller than most of i those in the royal stables. The king is nearly seven feet tall, which I is more than King Albert of the Belgians boasts of. This picture was recently taken when the king was taking a ride on' the grounds near his palace. f - .v; :?"v A s - , i i Sr" 1 o ' r M Cup tie football in England, St. Albans and Dulwich in spirited play in fourth fiiJ I preliminary round. ) ' ' "lv ' I , f i tot ' The panjolin of Central Africa is a curious looking I f Jjlvipji 1 I fe J animal. His body is covered with thick scales as Slf i j?A I j w " 1 protection and it surely takes quite an impact to )('u" ' ' j J injure him. The picture wa taken when he was mJF " 'fC ' ' tC'f ! ' k CBUg',t ttmtf on lno of re. tavorite place ."k - ? jNl J - ' iiWU for him. There he can sit and watch for hid prey. ! , it w:m n m m - - m p.i Lakshami Lavan, the first consort - of the King of Siam. 'A I j .Pfl r Loris 1 sell of Washington has a reputation as the pigeon girl. She may be seen almost any day treating the birds which have learned to look for her appearance. They have learned, too, that she will not harm them and that there is no danger in hopping onto her lap and eating the crumbs which she brings from the kitchen. Jimmy Blouin, Chicago, the world's champion ten - pin bowler. (., f i : The girls of Northwestern University 'at Chicago have taken up 1 "t 5S 1 . 5 ) r it, f t. - ;. i f 1 ) - i. a new sport. They practice rifle shooting. Some of them have already shown great tulrrst and it is said that generally they make better marksmen than those of the other sex. Maybe it is because their nerves are steadier. Here they aire ready for th fray! Chorus (JirU of the New Oxford theatre, London, are learnm? the art of boxing and according to all indications they are quite interested in the sport. Tho, little lady at the left seems to have an earnest intention of striking oyt at her opponent who appears to bf aware of that fact. 1 f a J 'X i . I . 1 . 'I If T , - ? . I cmV l w:;, I - J At" ' : 111 h4" I" ' P ' j 1! - ... - I . L if? Dr. Von Rosenberg, Germany's The State Militia Company of Plymouth, Massachusetts, firing a volley in front of the canopy over M new minister' of foreign affairs. Plvn,ou,k Rock, in memory of the landing of the pilgrim fathers in 1620. .The celebration is an annual event. 1 It it not always pleasant to be a movie star. Elea - f J$ y ' 1 nor Boardman may lose her arm a. a result of ' " - ! oardman may Miss Maude Dak in was recently chosen as the prettiest girl in Seattle. She was the best looking among many hundreds of con - testants in a recent competition. Seattle claims the distinction of being ihe home of some of the prettiest women of the Western United States and many of the society leaders of America and Europe have come from the city of ram, which by - the - way beauty specialists say is very beneficial to complexions. having been bitten by a camel while playing a role Nearest the camera is theJthedive of Egypt and in a desert scene picture. The camel snapped at 1 next to him is the premier. The photographer her suddenly while the picture was being taken. caught' this picture while the khedive and premier While it is not often that camels bite persons, they have a force which makes an accident of this kind a serious thing. were out for a morning's airing in a sun that is qu:te a bit warmer than that experienced in Mani - toba just now.
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