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G VANCOUVER DAILY WORLD The Newapaper of the Home FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922 ARCTIC EXPLORER RETURNS O w ti 1ST ''yjMfZ f If? J - :K - - . r s f&'$t I 1 - v H MORE COMPETITORS FOR BEAUTY'S CROWN AT ATLANTIC CITY DONALD D. MacMILLAN Arctic explorer, who arrived yesterday at Sydney, N.8., from Baffin Bay after a year's absence on an exploring expedition. Inset la the Bow. doln, In which the expedition sailed from Boston. 8YDNEY, N. 8., Sept. . Donald M. MscMlllan, Arctlo explorer, who has arrived here with his schooner Bowdoln, after fourteen tmonths In the far north, prepared today to leave on a cruise of the Bras d'Or Lakes, near Breton. He declared It would be impossible for any vessel to make a trip through the Fury and Hecla Straits in the Arctic regions. Large ice fields bjock the passage in Fox Channel and reverse Uiles made the Journey a feat which no vessel could perform, he said. Dunns his stay In the far north ho said that considerable land, declared to have been found by "Northwest Fox" over 300 years ago, does not exist. Fox Channel, so - called aftr an old explorer, la a. much larger body of water than was formerly believed possible. . V, - , Miss Mary Katherlne Campbell, K, high school girl, recently won the beauty contest against 170 competitors at Columbus, Ohio. Che Is "Mlii Columbus" at the Atlantic City Pageant and Beauty contest. J&5 J Hifi f - f w ir Thelma Blossom won the Beauty Contest In Indianapolis, Ind., the prize being a trip to the Atlantic City, N. J., Pageant, September 6 to 8, as "Miss Indianapolis." OKLAHOMA'S QUADRUPLETS Back in 1915 one of the hits at the Oklahoma state fair were four cooing girl babies, the Hollis quadruplets. Here's how they look today, Roberta (left) and Leota, sitting In the chair; and Mona (left), and Mary, on the arms of the chair. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Keys, of Hollis, decided to take them to the fair again this year and let folks see how they've grown. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE Weddings Philips Slouat. Westminster Presbyterian Church was beautifully decorated with autumn leaves and flowers on Thursday evening for the marriage of Miss Jessie jNaismith Mouat, daughter of Mr. and (Mrs. John N. Mouat of Mount Pleas - sat, to Mr. George Haxen Clark Phil - 'Ups, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank jPhlllips of Grandview. Reverend W. GiimoUr performed the ceremony and jllr. Arnold Howard, organist of the church, played the wedding; music. . The bride, who was given in marriage !by her father, wore a beautiful gown of Ivory oanton - satin, with panels of Spanish radium silk lace, while her bridal veil of Brussels net embroidered In lovers1 knots, was held In place by a coronet of orange blossoms. Bhe carried a shower bouquet of Ophelia roses and carnations. The maid of honor, Mlaa Dorothy Mouat, sister of the bride, and her cousin. Miss Jean Kellaway of Calgary as bridesmaid, wore dainty French frock of silk ! canton crnpe In shell r'nk and pastel i shade of lavender, with touches of ' silver, and black picture hats of panne velvet aild silk lace. Each carried a bouquet of sweet peas to match her gown. The groom was supported by Mr. Ronald Kerr, while Mr. Laurence Mouat and Mr. Frank Phillips acted as ushers. During the signing of the register. Miss Connie Smith sang sweetly, "All Joy Be Thine." After the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents on Seventeenth Avenue West. The guests were received by Mr. and Mrs. Mouat and Mr. and Mrs. PhiLlpa in rooms effectively decorated with mnn. asters and sweet peas. The bridal party received in a bower of flowers and eutumn leave arranged la the drawing room. Mr. Mouat wa charming In a ult of nigger brown rharmeune with hat to match and Mrs. Phillips looked smart la pearl grey costume and hat of the same shade. The bride going away gown was of black silk velvet embroidered In silver with which she wore a black silk velvet and silver hat and beautiful ermine fur, the gift of the groom. After a honeymoon spent touring FIFTY - THIRD ANNUAL Provincial ition R. A. & I. Society, at Queen's Park, New YVesfminster Sept. 11th to 16th 1922 Exhib Junior Stock Judging Competition Magnificent Agricultural, Horticultural, Industrial and Live Stock Exhibition Band Competitions Midway Shows of Snapp Bros. An entertainment feature of surpassing amusement; 30 double cars of concentrated fun. Complete daily programme of Grand Stand Attractions Balloon Ascension and Parachute Descent Every Day A Full Week of Education and Entertainment NELS NELSON, D. E. MACKENZIE, President. Secretary - Manager Box 754, New Westminster, B. C. r Icomi iw tiMtmiiiiittmKl unlocked V Sjrl5" - JhAUS TRAIM 1 o 5J(V W,e" - TtJOPlNIT? Tanssla Sara Is San Francisco's choice to represent the Golden Gate City at the Pageant In Atlantic City. NORTHCLIFFE'S FUNERAL I tZTiz Ml ' : - - - mm The casket containing the body of the lato Lord Northcliffe being borne to Westminster Abbey, and (Inset) a section of the huge crowd entering the Abbey for the last rites. Vancouver Island, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will reside In Mount Pleasant. Kidd Twombly The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Twombly, 1117 Prince Albert Street, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday evening, when their youngest daughter, Luella Ina, be came the bride of Mr. Robert Kldd, of Vancouver, Rev. A. D. Archibald of - Vancouver. The bride wa given in marriage by her father and made a charming picture in her lovely wedding gown of ivory duohess satin, the skirt fashioned with panels, which revealed facings of shell pink georgette crepe. The bodice was em broidered in pearls and the tulle veil wa held In place by a wreath of orange blossoms. Her bridal bouquet was a colonial arrangement of pinks and roses. Mrs. James Lee, sister of the bride, was her matron of honor, and wore a becoming model of steel grey satin, showing touche of mauve. She carried mauve sweet peas. Mr. James Lee supported the groom, and the wedding muslo was supplied by Mrs. Frank White. Following the ceremony a reception was held when a buffet supper was served from the brides table, centered with the wed ding cake and graced with pink, white and mauve blossoms. About fifty guests were present and enjoyed dancing until midnight, when Mr. and Mrs. Kldd left on the Seattle boat for points In Washington and Oregon. The bride travelled in a tailored suit of navy blue triootine embroidered In blue, and a hat of grey finished with ostrich tips. On their return In a fortnight's time, Mr. and Mrs. Kldd will reside in South Vancouver. Hawman Williams A wedding which was quietly solemnized recently In the Beaconsfleld Methodist parsonage was that of Mrs. Kathleen Williams and Mr. William Hawman, of 2641 Twenty - Thlrdt Avenue West. Uev. T. H. Wright performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hawman will make their future home In this city. Matheson England. On September 5, at 9:80 p.m., the marriage was solemnized at 8m Sec ond Avenue West of Catherine Moore England and Murdoch Matheson. The bride was given In marriage by Mr. G. Hooper, Rev. Dickie performing the ceremony. Mrs. ti. Norrls attended as matron of honor, and Mr. Kenneth Matheson, brother of the groom, was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Matheson left for Vancouver Island, where a short honeymoon will be spent, and on their return will reside in this city. Grandview Union Aids Social Service Work They Cost no More You pay exactly the same for "Maple Leaf" as for ordinary matches. Yet, just for the asking, you get Matches which are Different and Better are NOT poisonous, are longer and stronger, bright beads won't fly off. light at the first scratch, rata won't gnaw them. Dealer like to 111 "Maple Leaf" Match because they five satisfaction. 11 Interesting reports on various tea - tures of W. C. T. U. work were received at the monthly meeting of the Grandview Union at which Mrs. D. G. McLaren presided on Thursday afternoon. The meeting was held In Grand - view Baptist Church and was well attended. One new member was received and the Bum of $10 voted towards the missionary work of Miss Agnes Sproule. The latter's report on her work among destitute families and the sick of the city was listened to with great Interest. Since June, 1921, she has made 650 visits to homes, 223 to the hospitals, given 202 addresses and taught In the Chinese Mission and Presbyterian Home for Girls, distributed 575 bouquets and distributed 650 garments and SO pairs of shoes. Okalia has been visited 13 times by Miss Sproule as well as establishing ono Union and assisting in organizing four Loyal Temperance Legions, three of which had affiliated with a membership of So. She has travelled over 1075 miles outside the district and received and expended the sum of $154.30. Mrs. Burk urged the members to answer appeals from the social service department of the hospital. Mrs. McCallum reported 18 visits had been made during July and August by the hospital committee and flowers, fruit,, candy and eggs distributed each time. Delegates to the W. C. T. V. convention to be held soon in Chilllwack, i were as follows: Mrs. T. McFee, Mrs.1 J. Horner, Mrs. A. Geihardt, Mrs. H. Vollans, Mrs. T. Wlckett and Mrs. It. Odium. Mrs. Thomas Hopkins led the opening devotional exercises. Club fir ' if! - ? WW 1$P THI CANADIAN MATCH CO. LIMITED MONTREAL FOR SORE. TIRED TENDER FEET OXTSCNATtD WHEN THEY Burn. Smart. Swell Itch.BlislerFerspire and form Corns and Callouses. THIS IS ALL YOU NEED Try the highly medicated and oxygenated footbath, which can be prepared by adding Reudel Bath Saltrates to plain water. Refreshing, soothing, healing, and antiseptic, its wonderful effects upon sore, tired muscles, aching bones, irritated nerves, and sensitive skin make you feel like dancing with joy, and quickly render walking a real pleasure again.. Millions of packages have been sold, and the sale is increasing daily. This means something, and must convince even the most sceptical of its real merit. In packages of convenient size and very low price from chemists everywhere. Ask them to tell you about Reudel Bath Saltrates. The first meeting of the season of the Kitsilano Kervice League will be held Wednesday, September 13, at 2:30 o'clock in the Community Hall, corner of Larch and Second Avenue. The annual meeting and election of officers of Magee Public School P. - T. A. at school Monday, 3:30 o'clock. The Canadian Scottish Chapter I. O.D.E., Tuesday, 3 p.m., home of Mrs. Robert Alexander, 4606 Second Ave nue. Take Fourth Avenue and Sasa - mat cars to Tolmle Street, Regular monthly meeting Pauline Johnson Chapter l.O.U.E. held at home of Mrs. H. H. Jones, 3623 Fifth Avenue West, Tuesday, 2:30 p.m. Regular meeting Woman's Auxiliary to Rotary Cllnlo held Rotary Clinic, Pender Stret. Monday 3 p.m. . Regular monthly meeting Buskin Chapter I. O D E., Monday 2:30 o'clock. home of Mrs. k. u. Macpnerson Fifty - Seventh A - pmie and Oak Street i Members of the Silver Cross Circle of iiiik s Daughters will meet Monday at home of Mrs. Brett Anderson, Kerrlsdale, 2:45 o'clock. Take a Ker - rlsdale car to Macdonald Street and walk south on Macdonald to "Woodland." Regular meeting of Fairview Circle of King's Daughters on Monday at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Myers, "75 Seventh Avenue East. Julian Cup Races To Precede Club Dance V. 0. N. In Need Of P'inancial Assistance IN PORTLAND Saturday is ladles' day at the Vancouver Yacht Club, when the helmsmen during the race for the Julian Cup will be members of the fair sex, and much Interest has been created through this annual event. The aquatic programme of the afternoon will be followed In the evening by a flannel dance, for which many of the younger matrons will act as patronesses. These Include Mrs. G. F. Gyles, Mrs. B. L. Graham, Mrs. Ernest Rogers, Mrs. R. M. Maltland, Mrs. W. G. McKenzie and Mrs. Robert Mar shall. There will be many out - of - town visitors present, as Vancouver harbor Js always a popular port of call during the week ends and an event ot mis nRture will attract a still larger fleet 1 of coast faring cruising and yachting parties. Arrangements for the affair have been completed by an energetic committee of club members, including: Vice - Commander R - M. Maitland, Mr. R. Whitehead. Mr. Colin Ferrle, Mr. H. F. B. Brook. Mr. Jack Macdougall. Mr. J. F. Wilkinson, Mr. Jack Nichol. Mr. Ian Mackemie, Mr. William Mc Kenzie and Mr. Robert Marshall. j FOR YOUNG GIRL. An evening coat of white rabbit ' skin is tied at the waistline with a i wide satin ribbon. A white ermine i wrap is banded and collared with a i wide border of mole. The need for further financial assistance If tho Victorian Order of Nurses Is to continue Its life - saving ministrations within the bounds of Greater Vancouver was made glaringly apparent at the meeting of the board of management held at the Broadway residence this morning. The statement of operating expenses covering up keep of the home, salaries, kit bags and supplies, showed an operating loss for the past three months to be slightly over $6000. Expenses for the period totalled $6818.92. "It would be an absolute disaster if this work has to be curtailed for lack of funds," said Mrs. W. A. Clark, who In the absence of Mrs. William Rose, presided during the meeting. The secretary for the South Vancouver branch, Mrs. C. T. Marsh, announced the grant of $1000 from the municipality of South Vancouver. This announcement was received wKh grateful enthusiasm and attention wis drawn to the glaring contrast pie sented between this figure and the amount granted the order by the city of Vancouver. The condition of the Burnaby district automobile and the absolute necessity of having a dependable car nt the disposal of the nurses In rendering their services to a scattered area of homes, made the purchase of a new car an immediate necessity, according to the report of the transportation committee, submitted by Mrs. Moody. On due consideration the sanction of this action was unanimously granted by the meeting. British Progressive League Is Formed An association whose aims nnd objects are to promote high Ideals and higher civilization was formed on Thursday afternoon In the B. C. Manufacturers' buildlne. The motto Is, "Service, Not Self," and the society which will be educational and strictly non - political, will be known as the Bitlsh Progressive League. The following officers were elected: Hon. presidents. Mrs. Hugh Wilson and Mrs. W. Smith; hon. vice - president, Mrs. Thomas Chippendale; president, Mrs. Norwood Clark; first vice - president, Mrs. Alex. McDougal; second vice - president, Mrs. Hamilton Weeks; secretary, Mrs. A. Brooks: treasurer, Mrs. R.Murray. Mrs. Alex. McDougal acted as chairman. The next meeting will be held on Monday at th B. C. Manufacturers' building when new members will be enrolled. ENTERTAIN JHEIR STAFF Mr. and Mrs. R - J. Sprott entertained the staff of the Sprott - Shaw schools recently at the summer home at Cosey Cove, North Arm. The invited guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Scott Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. George Bell. Miss Phyllis Edgell. Mis Rena McRae. Mis Houston. Miss Alice Morrow, Miss B. Le Bosstere, Mr. McRae, Mr. Fleming, Mr. Bruce Arran - dale, Mr. M. K. Sprott and Mr. J. H. Beatty, of Victoria. BEAVER, The first showings of winter coats and suits shew that the combination of brown cloth and beaver fur is going to .be worked hard. , At the forty - seventh triennial convention of tho Trotestant Episcopal church in tho United States, now being held at Portland, Ore., the Canadian delega - Hon consists of Right Rev. A. U. de Pencier, D.D., bishop of Westminster (above), and Right Rev. A. J. Doull, bishop of Kootenay. CANDIDATE - . ; - vft Senator Robert M. Lafollette. of Madison, has been swept into the Republican nomination for United States senator at the No - vember election, by the greatest majority ever polled at a primary In Wisconsin.

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