The Gazette from Montreal, Quebec, Canada on August 14, 1926 · 8
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8 TlTfi GAZETTE. MONTREAL.' SATURDAY', AUGUST 14. 1926. VOL. CLV. No. 191 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The marriage of Jean, daughter of llrs. John McMartin, Redpath Cres cent, to Le Jonkheer Richmond Au- gust van Schuylenirch, attache t the Dutch, Legation at Rome, son of Wigbold van , Sehuylenburch van Wisch and Ines Baroness Budden brock-Hettersdorf, of The Hague, Holland is taking place this after noon at half-past four o'clock at the summer residence of the bride's mother, Camp Massapequa, Lower Saranac. His Lordship Bishop Cou tmier will officiate at the ceremony The bride will be given away by her brother, Mr. John McMartin, and will be attended by her sisters, Mrs Venanoe Lemay, as matron of honor, and Miss Frances McMartin, bridesmaid. Le Jonkheer Ingo van Schuylenburch. of The Hague, Hoi land, will act as best man for his .-brother. The bride and bridegroom will sail by the Veendam from New York on August 21 for The Hague, Holland, where they will visit the bridegroom's parents before going to Rome to reside. "Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar Carpenter, of Winchester, Mass., are the guests of Mrs. Arthur Drummond at Bea consfleld. for a few days. Miss Mary Mann, of Toronto, arrived yesterday ajid is also visiting Mrs. Drummond. The marriage has been arranged ts take place on Saturday, Septem ber 11. of Beatrice Leila Webb, vounger daughter of Mr. Charles Webb, "Sunnyside," Danville, Que., to Mr. William Liddon Murray, son of the Rev. Canon G. H. A. Murray and Mrs. Murray, Three Rivers. Mr. S. B. Coristine left last even-ins for St. Patricks to join Mrs. Coristine and their family. The members of the Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club are holding a dance this Evening at the clubhouse, Dorval. Miss Phyllis Heaton returned on Thursday froi Metis Beach, where she was visiting. 'Mrs. E. G. W. Bell, and lier two .-hildren, of "Weyhurn, . Sask., who have been the guests of Mrs. Bell's , mother. .Mrs. Donald, Dorchester street, we.t, are leaving for home tb-'day. The marriape of Helen Dorothy, ' 4au?hter of Mr, and Mrs. Loftus Dancey, of Uoderich, Ont., and Granddaughter of the late Mr. E. H. Parsons, of Montreal, to Mr. Herbert L. Renwick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Renwick. of Hespeler, lint., has been arranged ;; to take tila-e very quietly in Goderich the end of the month. Mrs. Barbara Miller, daughter of Captain the Hon. L. Lowther, 6.B.E. Urother and heir presumptive of the Karl of Lonsdale, is in Co'oours .for the hors show. Mrs. Miller is an enthusiastic horsewoman, and has ridden at. the leading English horse shows for1 Lady Muriel Liddell-Grainger. winning the silver challenge cup at the military show at Aldershot and carrying off numerous nrizes at Ranelagh. Richmond, Olympia and the Royal Show Reading. mediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Richardson will leave by motor for Christie Lake, Ont., where a.' reception will be - held at the summer cottage of the ' bride's mother. Mr. and" Mrs. Walter E. Mark-ham. Victoria avenue. Westmount, are spending a week at' the Chateau Laurier, Ottawa. Mrs. R. O. McMurtry and her little, daughter, of Spain, are arriving in Quebec today by the Empress of Scotland, and wljl be the guests ofi Mrs. McMurtry s mother, Mrs. Frank J. Hartrf Ontario Avenue, for several weeks. Mr. Thornley Hart went to Quebec to meet Mrs. McMurtry. brother of the bride, will act as best j man- i OTTAWA SOCIAL NOTES (Special to The Gazette.) Ottawa, August 13. Mr. James Murdock, who has been visiting friends on the Gatineau, will be home tomorrow. - , , .-iw Mrs. Robert J. Stead, who has been visiting relatives in WlnnipegIor the past month, has returned to Ottawa. Miss Rabs Drayton is home from Murray Bay, where she visited Miss Burstall. Mr. Justice Martin, Acting Chief Justice, who was in town Thursdayr returned on Thursday evening to re join Mrs. - Martin at Kennebunk Beach, where they are guests for the Slimmer at the Atlantis Hotel. At Knowlton he was joined by . 1-iIa grandson. Master Jack Martin, who will spend ten days with his grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Birkett and Winnifred Birkett. who have been on-Ti trip to the Pacific Coast, have' left Vancouver for Lake Louise and Banff, and will arrive in Montreal about the end of the month. Mrs. Rene Bauset and her grand son. Master .Pierre Bauset, have returned from Trois-Pistol es Mrs. Bauset is leaving shortly for Atlan tic City and New York. ' .' . Mr. W. Bell, of the Robert M. Cox Co., left today, accompanied by his wife, to sail for England, having resided in Ottawa for the last three months'. Miss Frances Wiser of Prescolt is spejidjng a short time visiting Miss Jean Gamble at the summer home at Aylmer cf the latter's mother, Mrs. J. T. Hammill. . Miss Minnie Campbell of St. John, N.B., who., has been on trip to the Pacific Coast, visjting several cities and towns en route, is now in Ottawa for a brief -visit, the guest of Miso Flossie Howard. arranged sonar cycle, her -numbers being chosen for her particular style of work. Completing the vaudeville are Ffeeman and Lynn, popular piny-ers on the vaudeville stage, in "The Love Thief." Cecil B. De Mille presents Leatrice Joy in "Eve's Leaves," as film feature for Sunday, Monday, 'Tuesday and Wednesday. From Thursday to Saturday, Inclusive, the vaudeville bill Includes "A Gypsy Camp," a dance offering: "Singing" Eddie Nelson; Bristol and Belle, in "Beansie and Bozo"; Len Carle and Dolly Inez, presenting their own idea of "The Evening Pest"; Jack Fitzgerald in "Odd Bits of Nature"; and Ross and Leddy in "A Musical Cocktail." The photoplay is "The Boy Friend." AT THE CAPITOL Douglas Fairbanks Featured in "The Black Pirate' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Dunne have sent out invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Anna Muriel Oliver, to Mr. Hugh John Fraser, which will take place on Wednesday bop-tember 1, at nine o'clock in the morn-isg at the Blessed Sacrament Church, followed bv a reception at the home of the bride's parents, 27 Melgur.di avenue. . . Mrs. O. D'Aoust and her sons have returned from a trip to Old Orchard. Providence and Newport, R.I., and Boston. Mrs. J. W. Potvin, the Drummond Court, is leaving on Monday for Ot tawa, accompanied by her god child. Master Reynolds Richards, and her sister, Mrs. E. Richards, to spend two weeks and attend the Centenary celebration. Mr. Potvin will join Mrs. Potvin towards the end 5f t he week. , t Mr. and Mrs. W. Morrison. of Claremont Avenue, and Miss Brice. of Gait, Ont.. have left for Hattie Bay, Bic, where they will spend a few weeks. Mrs. D. W. Campbell, the Acadia. has returned from Cap a l'Aigle. Miss Margaret Campbell, who , was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Balrd, in Toronto, and also visited at Burlington and Stoney Lake, has returned home. at Mrs. Stansfiejd Blaiklock has returned from Metis Beach. wYiere she was the guest of Mrs. Louis Sutherland, and has left for her summer home at Penneville. " Miss Leslie Drummond, wlno is at present travelling in Europe with ladv Drummond, is sailing for home on August 20 by the Mlnne-dosa. r'Miss Dorothy Lamb and Miss Gertrude Mondor are guests at The Montreal House, Old Orchard Beach, for a few weeks, and will then motor to Boston where they will be the guests of the Misses Canney, The Fensdale. ' The' marriage of Rhona. eldest daughter of Mir. Felix Shaw, of ' Westmoun't, to Mr. Charles Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Richardson, of Westmount, Is taking place quietly this morning at seven-o'clock, at St. George's Church. The bride will be given in marriage by her uncle. Mr. Herbert Taylor. Im- The engagement is announced of Miss Mary A. Donnelly, of Montreal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Donnelly, of St. John's, Newfoundland, to Mr. Eric T. Kinney, son of the late Mr. T. Kinney and of Mrs. William Connelly, of Cham-pagneur. Avenue, Outremont. The wedding will fake place quietly early in September. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Hague and Mrs. Sargent Owens, the Drummond Court apartments. have returned from Kennebunk Beach Maine. Miss Berths Pinsonpeault has returned from Lake St. Joseph, where she spent several weeks. Mr. snd Mrs. Andrew B. Taylor of Toronto and their children, who have been here visiting Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Duncan Bell, and sister, Miss Mary Bell,-have returned home. Mrs. H. K. Atkinson, accompanied by Miss Ruth Atkinson, will leave on Saturday for Philadelphia and Atlantic City. They will be away until the middle of September and will return by way of New York. QUEBEC SOCIAL NOTES (Special to The Gazette.) Quebec, August 13. Mrs. George Mitchell and her son, Mr. Archie Mitchell, who have been at Old Orchard, Maine, have returned to town. Miss Gra- Duffett of Richmond. P.Q., is in Quebec and is the guest of Mrs. William Marsh, Grande Allee. Lady Pope of Ottawa is spending some time at Lake St. Joseph, where she is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pope, who have a summer cottage there. , Douglas Fairbanks In "The Black Pirate" will be shown at the Capitol "next week. The story which tells about a bold buccaneer ' who fights gallantly and captures the princess from the pirates gives "Doug" every opportunity to exnibit his gymnastic prowess. The entire film is in subdued color. Donald Crisp, Sam de Grasse, Ander3' Ran-dolf and Billie Dove are in the supporting cast. Other numbers will be Leon Leonidoff and Florence Rocks, overture by the Capitol Orchestra, comedy 'and news reel. And they will latlvely true, right. "Recreate the Middle Age, that dark and joyous time; and your Wandering Jew comes instantly to life, sixteen hundred years old and still wandering. He is a part of the great rumor, the reflex of popular religion, exaltation. Under the stimulus of book-learning and travel, those imaginative accessories, the Wander ing Jew took a new lease of life. It be ' when a canoe in which she was pad dling, capsized. Three companions who were in the craft, were rescued. Miss North was trying .to change her position when the canoe upset. Munich, even in London. He died (poor . fellow.t like so many rumors, with Jean Jacques Rousseau and the nature-worshippers. If, as it appears, he , anticipated the exploits of Casanova, unfortunately he fell a decade or two short of a meeting with that hero. "Mr; Thurston, the playwright, scarcely attempts to recreate .that actual belief in the Jew which is the foundation of his drama. Indeed, there is no one among the characlers who appears to believe in him. They say they believe in the legend, but that is another matter. He fails to carry the great rumor credibly with him from age to age. The author's legend is derived not from its renewals In popular Imagination, but from a fact of history which the Jew himself (who was present) calls legendary. Mr. Thurston is rieither an inquirer into', the origin of the legend, nor one of the poets of its growth, but confines himself to generalizations upon the subject, such as that love turns to ashes, that ".ife, when empty, resembles a hollow gourd, and that we all are wanderers in a foreign land, between the furrow and the stars. These declarations, enshrining .the eternal commonplace, are the essential stuff of romantic acting." , FILM 0F"BEN HUR" Opens Season at His Majesty's on August 29 Now. in its tenth month on Broad way and rated as one of the screen's best achievements. "Ben Hur" will be the opening attraction at His Majesty's Theatre, beginning Sun day night, August 29. The playhouse is now in the hands of a corps of mechanics and renovators In preparation for the opening. It is announced that an organization of 35 persons will accompany "Ben Hur" from New York, and that the spectacle will be presented with the same musical and stage embellishment being employed at the Em-hassv Theatre. Older playgoers who comfortable auditorium will be grat- remember "Ben Hur" as a stage tried with the opening of the con- play, should find new thrills for the Motor Sales Appointment The steady growth of the Modern Motor Sales. Limited, distributors of Rickenbacker. Diana and Moon cars. has necessitated the appointment (f wfln ih.n tfat t. annpraH -nftenpst Josenh Clement, as organizer or and most credibly in Italy, in Paris, i their wholesale division for the AT PALACE THEATRE Harry Langdon in Comedy, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp" Harry Langdon is starring at the Palace next week In a seven reel comedy, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp." With this picture Langdon enters the class of Harold Lloyd and Charlie Chaplin as one of the leading film comedians. One of the features of the production is a hundred mile an hour cyclone. Baby Esther, will appear with the chilif violinist. Ron ald Duquette.' Prof. Agostlm with his Palace Symphony will render an overture and "Zamna" ar.d Andy Tipaldi's Melody Kings will play. . Province of Quebec. Mr. Clement brings to his new position a Ifngthy experience In this work in Lastern Canada where he is well known. Ed ward Busso Is now in charge of the company's branch at 34C1 Park ave nue. with Hector Duhamel as sales manager. I LE ARTICLES OF SILVER Metal Ornament of all kind Repaired and Re-plated hj expert men. JOHN H. FEELEY TJL. 0332. 411 Aylmer. l : : L University of BISHOP'S COLLEGE Lennoxville, Que. Three years' course In Arts leading to the B.A. degree. College opens September 16th. Matriculation examinations begin Sept. 14th. Terms $425 per annum for tuition, board and residence. All forms of recreation, including golf. For particulars apply to the Registrar, Lennoxville, Que. WEEK OF GRAND OPERA San Carlo Opera Co. at Prin- cess August 30 Public demand for concerts in a Mr. and Mrs. David Geggie and Mr. Hossack. who have been at St. Petronille, Island of Orleans, for some weeks, have returned to Ottawa. Miss Muriel Joseph, who recently spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Andrew Joseph, has returned to Montreal. Mrs. O. Adams, of New York, is the guest of Mrs. Rodolphe Lemieux at Murray Bay. Miss Scott and Mrs. J. D. Brown, of Winnipeg, who have been visiting relatives in Montreal for the past ten days, left yesterday to spend a short time with frTends in Quebec. The marriage, of Miss . Roberta Phelps, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Phelps, to Mr. William Gray Fohs,ter, of Pittsburg, Pa., son of Mr. John R. Forster and the late Mrs. Forster, of Cobourg, Ont., has been arranged to take place on Thursday evening, August 19, at half- past six o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, 102 Royal Avenue, Notre Dame de Grace. The ' Rev, Dr. A. E. Runnells will perform the ceremony. The brides only attend ant win pe miss .m Uriel Howell, as bridesmaid. 'vjvlr. Victor B. Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. J. de S. Bosse. who have been at Metis, St. Andrews-by-the-Seas and the Maine coast, returned by motor through the White Mountains and are occupying their town residence again. Mr. Lee Jackson hR arrived from Toronto to join Mrs. Jackson, who is staying .with her mother, Mrs. Edward Slade, at her summer cottage at Lake St. Joseph. Mr. Harry Staveley left on Thurs-davyby the SS. Northland for a trip to fcaspe and Newfoundland. Mrs. Holden and her little daughter, of Ottawa, are at Lake St. Joseph for the remainder of the summer. Miss Ruby Green Is in Quebec for some time and is staying with her parents. Mr. and 1 Mrs. S. Tanner Green, Maple avenue. Mr. Willoughby Staveley, who with Mrs. Staveley has been visiting Mr. and Airs. Hawley at Winnipeg, has returned to Quebec, while Mrs. Stave ley has gone to Reglna to stay with friends there for a time. cfrt season on Sunday, August 29 at the Princess. Theatre when Signor Creatore, the noted Italian conductor, and his famous band will give two performances. Miss Pauline Telma, soprano, will fling at both concerts. A week of opera by the San Carlo Opera Company, will follow Crea-tore's concerts, and will constitute a music festival at the Princess. Every year Fortune Gallo goes abroad to seek the newest and best singers. When iis San Carlo Grand Opera Company comes to the Princess Theatre on August 30, for his first season in Montreal- since 1922. there will be a number of new faces in his artiRtic combination. Among his latest importations will be the Italian baritone, Lorenzo Conati. Conati arrived last week In New York from Italy, but will not be heard m that city until after he has fulfilled his engagement in Montreal, as the San Carlo Opera goes direct from here to their annual season in the Century Opera House. Visitors Are, Invited ANADA is noted the world over for her wonderful Furs. One of the interesting sights of this City is the great Fur'Shop of Holt, Renfrew Furriers to the King and the Prince of Wales. You are invited to inspect our remarkable display of Fine Canadian Fjars in the latest styles of Paris This invitation is extended to you as a visitor and sightseer quite independent of your intention or desire to purchase though many visitors find these lovely Furs, exquisite styles and extremely modest prices quite irresistible. SILVER FOXES A Specialty A Splendid Collection under $200.00 Many from $75.00 v 1 Limited 399 to 405 ST. CATHERINE ST, .WEST ALSO LOBBY FLOOR, MOUNT ROYAL HOTEL Theatre Offerings For Next Week With the passing of summer theatres which have been closed for the past couple of months show signs of activity. Refurbis.iing is in order, and bookings are being arranged in anticipation of reopen ing. In the houses which have car ried on despite the dog day temperature plans are also under way for the fall and .winter season. The theatrical fare for next week nromises an abundance of good en tertainment, in which . variety and quality are noticeable. ' MATHES0N LANG'S TOUR "The Wandering Jew" Affords Spectacular Role When Malheson Lang appears in the role of Matthias in "The Wandering Jew" during his forthcoming teur of . the Dominion, which opens at His Majesty's Theatre on September .14, he will present to Canadian theatregoers a figure unique upon the modern stage, of which a leading London - critic has written: "The interesting aspect of this legend of the Wandering Jew as of all legends is the credibility it ,has enjoyed. Such old -wives' tales or myths, like folk-song and saga, are a corrimon property, commonly created: they live In imagination, and are not to be separated from their poets the common people of another age. Modern scientists who tell us that straight lines are relatively curved, and triangles relatively spherical, will yet find their counterpart in historians who assert that legends are re- limitations of staging in past days have been overcome by the genius of the moving picture industry, thus permitting on an elaborate 6cale the visualizing of the big scenes of the story, such as the chariot race in the Roman circus, the sea battle, the tfnts of Araby, the Jurlean jjpprts-sion, the Nativity and the Crucifixion. Despite its impressive note, there is sufficient love interest and intrigue to hold the interest of the modern screen fan. The cast in cludes Ramon Novarro. May Mc-J Avoy, Francis X. Bushman, Betty Bronson and Carmel Myers. Mount St. Louis Institute 144 -Shorbrooke St. E., Montreal Collcfrlate Course, Thorough Business Training. Knglish, French. Latin. Boarders should enter on .September Tth. Classes re-open on the next day at 8.80 a.m. trii-ii nrrimriii w rH ONTARIO COLLEGE OF ART Grange Park. , jgrronto GmpUU InstrucUm In DRAWING, PAINTlNG SCULPTURE ami DESIGN.OOMMERCIAL UiUSTRATiON.INTERIOR DECORATION, and At APPLIED ARTS. HEW TEACHERS' COURSE (AUTHORITY OWT. DEPT Of I0OC) OAT AND EVENING CLASSES RE OPEN OCTOBER FOURTH WRITE FOR PROSPECTUS OR INFORMATION ? , rutvaxK House PUNUAP HALL PROF ?ED CHAPEL gt. gntrreto's; College , AURORA. ONT. UPPER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL New Site, New Bildinijj, 219 Acres. 750 ft aboe RMpris September 15th, 1926. Toronto. 20 miles from the City on Yonge St. Calendar mailed on request. Established 27 pears. REV. D. BRUCE MACDONALp, M.A., LL.D., Head Master Tried to Move in Canoe Kenora, Ont., August 13. Florence North, of Winnipeg, was drowned in the Lake of the Woods last nicht. -- The business man appreciates the exceptional VALUE he obtains in Crown all-hand laundering of his shirts and collars. Phone us to send for your parcel WEST 3570 CROWN LAUNDRY CO. 220 St. Catherine Street Westmount BISHOP BETHUNE COLLEGE OSHAWA, ONTARIO A Church Boarding; School for Girls Kinflcrcarfcn to Honors Matriculation Preparation for Toronto 'nnsnrvatory of Music IV'gTrt Special ciassfs In Art Healthy sit nation antl larR grounds Summer and Wlntef Sports. School Re-open September 16th. For Prospectus, apply to the Principal, MIm V. M. Wilson, R.A., fshawa, or to the Sisters of St. John iliv. Divine, Major Street, Toronto. BISHOP'S COLLEGE SCHOOL Lennoxville, Que. A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS FOUNDED 1843 Separate preparatory school for boys under 13. New fireprdof buildings situated in the heart of the Country. DIRECTORS: Grant Hall, Esq., D.C.L., Chairman Major H. B. MacDoujrall Commander J. K. L. Ross C. M. Holt. Esq., K.C. Major H. Sf McGreevy Lt.-Col. H. Molson, C.M.G., SI.C. F. W. Ross W. W. Robinson G. H. Montgomery, Esq., K.C, D.C.L. Major A. E. OkIItIb Major .T. H. Price, M.C. Major P. F. Sise D. X. C. Hogg, Esq., LTi.B. G. W. MacDougall, Esq., Stanley B. Coristine M.A., K.C. Next term begins Tuesday, September 14th. For.Illuitrated rro.pectui, nppl.r o S. r. Smith, M.A. (Ovford), Headmaster. AT LOEWS THEATRE George Sidney, Character Comedian, Head3 Vaudeville George Sidney,' famous for his Hebrew characterizations, cornea to Loew's Theatre next week In "Sweet Daddies," playing the role of a wealthy merchant who enters into a auestlonable partnership with a son of Erin. The plot, which Includes the Intrusion of prohibition agents, ends happily with the son and daughter of the partners tailing in love, cnar-lle Murray, Jack Mulhall and Jobjiya Raluton are among the cast. Dancing and singing will make up the offering entitled "Masterpieces," with nine people taking part. Other acts will Include Milo, an eccentric surprise act: Nellson and Warden in twelve minutes of cross-fire comedy; Hazel Crosby, American prima donna, with Max Rich at the piano; Nathan and Maybelle in some dance steps, and Alvln and Kenny In humorous gymnastics. A Pathe News and an overture by Sanborn's Syn-copators will complete the programme. ' AT THE IMPERIAL' Music, Comedy and Dance Revue Heads Vaudeville A revue entitled "Sharps, Flats and Steps" Is the heudlineacl at the Imperial from Sunday to Wednesday inclusive, and features tlio 'Arnold K(Htm And Gordon . Fox. In "A Cook's Tour," farol Rucino und Dorotnea. itay travel 10 me accom. nunlment of Eire, melodv. rinncn und Mng. "Trying Their Best" In the title of the variety offering r.f Sharp and KirK. corrauinm AinniiiM, eight dogs, two monkeys and a pony. pr-ffnt what Is said to he tlio fastest circus vet In vaudeville. Maureen Englin promises a well- j JEhe College Heights, Toronto Established nearly Sixty Years. A. Church, Residential and Day School for Girls Kindergarten to Junior and Senior Matricitlatlon Household Science, Art. Music, Physical Education with Indoor and outdoor nports. Mlts ' Walsh. M A.. Dublin, Toachnr'a Certificate, tnlvrraltjr of Cambridge, Kngland. For Calendnsf appily to the Bnraar. Stic tofalgar institute 81 SIMPSON STREET MONTREAL Residential and Day School for Girls (Affiliated with McGIII UniveEtityl v - ' fcnlrance Examination for Day Girls Wednesday, loth September, at 10 A.M. Rrhool re-opens on Thursday, lflth September, at 1 .M. Boardera arrive on Wednesday, l"ith September, before 8 P.M. Miss C'umuilng Will' be at'the Institute after fllh September. Far Prospectus and Application Forms apply to 1 ' A. t. RIDDEIX, Secretary , - - 80 St, Francois Xavier Street, Montreal HOSCOTE SCHOOL t. A day school for boys and young men who wish to prepare for McGIIl Matriculation. Thorough, intensive course. Attention given to individual proulems. J. D. Morphct. R.Sc. (London) Headmaster PROSPECTl'8 127 Drummond St., Montreal Ottawa Ladies' College1 A Residential and Day School For Girls Kvsular Course, from Irlmary lo I'nivcrsity Matriculation. Sjiccial attenlion to Physical Train-iiijr. Other Courses Music. Art, Household Science, Commercial. . . . Anodern fireproof building, comfortably appointed and urfder capable supervision. Situated at the Political Centre of Canada. Re-opens, Sept. 14. Calendar on request. Miss Isabel J. Gallaher, Principal OTTAWA, ONT. PROTESTANT BOARD OF SCHOOL COMiMISSIONERS EVERY WOMAN VOTER - MUST REGISTER ,The provincial lists of the Province of. Quebec do not give the franchise to women. All women voters, even, if registered and on the list last Optober must re-register in order to vote at coming elections. Relatives and Employers can register for those entitled to vote, but unavoidably absent. ,,v Register Now! LAST DAY TODAY! The schools under the control of this Board will re open for the session of lU'J(l-27 as follows: High School of Montreal High Sehool for Girls Huron Byng High School The Commerclnl High School West Hill High School Tuesday, September 7lh, 0 to 12 a.m.:-Keceptioo of former pupils, re-orcanlza tion of elasseB, and. Supplemental Examinations. TueKila.v, September 7th, l.l.'i to 3.30 p.m. and on subsequent school days, during school hours: Reception of new pupUs. Grntlualrs of the Klementary Schools wlshinit to enter Mm High Schools on t'nlverxily Street will be admitted, boys at 1"' I'nlvei-Hit.v Street, and girls at 711 I'nlverslly .Street. Those wishing to enter (lie Ilnron Bj ng High School will be admitted, boys at lSStl f'larke Street. and UirlH at l-.'ll St. I'rbain Street. Principals of High Schools will he In sttfiMlHiice at. their schools on and after TuestlH.v, August aist, from 0 (0 12 a.m. daily. ' Elementary Schoqls Tuesday, September 7th, 0 to 12 a.m. : neocptlou of former pupils, and re organization of classes. Tuesday, September 7th, 1.15 to 4 p.m., and on subsequent school days, during school hours : Reception of new pupils. The attention of parents is respectfully directed to the method of opening tho High ami Klementary Schools. New pupils will not bo admitted until former pupils have been received and classes re-organlsed Tor the session. Scats cannot be held for former pupils after 1J o'clock noon on the day of opening.' H. .1. ftll.VKR, Secretary .Superintendent. VdDay and Night School S0:l MOUNTAIN ST., t'OK. sT.CATHKBIM! W. (Opp. Ugllry's), MOM KHAI Awarded Highest Honors at British Empire Exhibition (Wembley. Eng.), also at Worlds Exposition (St. Louis, U. S. A.). Over 1,200 Students Annually. Graduates in demand.-Visitors Welcome. Prospectus Free. 'Phone UPtown 0030. E. J. O'Sul-livan, M.A., Prin. J. D. Woodlock, Sec'y w -J s, ' -1 Ik' 1 r at. 3. O'SCI.LITAN, M.A., Frln. TAMQTFAn FOUR SCHOOLS in ona COLLEGE A Residential School for Boys nd Girls fn the Switzerland of Canada. The other students are of the sort you wish your boys and girls to know. ' - REGULAR COURSES Regular Coursrt may be followed in any of the following Departments of the College MUSIC The Eastern Townshipe Conservator? of mueic. Including, Violin, 'Cello, Pipe Organ, Voice, Oratory, and Theoretical subjects. Mualc (optional) le now an accredited subject In academic gradea, and If taken, will be counted in the average', PRIMARY AND INTERMEDIATE The Holmes Memorial School, for children below Aoademio Grades. Government requirements met inGradea 1 to 7. ACADEMIC The Stenstead College School In Gradea ts 11 leading to the University! alao Senior Matriculation, preperlng students for university tnd year B.A., and ' B.Sc. In Arts Courses and 1st year Applied Science. . BUSINESS TheBugbee BualneesCollege complete eouraea In Shorthand and Typewriting; and Bookeeplng, with French, ELECTIVE COURSES For atudente who do not Intend to proceed to the unlver- elty, aubjecta may be chosen to beat suit thU Individual needa. rTerm commtnett Sept. 8th Writ for prospectus fJ 1 J?fT? for BOYS 'nJ register early. Jl II il mV AT TvaW firef.S! Rev. A, D. Ivlk.... WR M.A., B.D. Principal

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