Miss F.. Rule 22,” Couteur, Miss E. C., Rule 22,” £26; Barry, Miss E. 6.. ” Rule 22.’i£30. August. 1923 Evans, Mrs. B. 8.. “ Edith Marshall,” £26. Briscoe, Mr. John. F. Smart.” £26. Remington. Miss E., “ Whinyates.” £26. Dobson, Miss I. A. H.. “John Walton
entertainment. has provided a programme which more than interesting. Tne chief attraction Luring Lips/* which tiiat clever artist Edith Roberts takes the leading part Ample scope is provided for Miss Roberts ri many abilities in the story, which that a beautiful
d Hints. EDITH. mind is that a pudding in which suet forms one of the chief ingredients can hardly be boiled too tong, Put small plate the bottom the saucepan before putting in the pudding. This prevents the cloth sticking to the bottom thf saucepan and
Returning a verdict of suicide at an inquest at Hull on Mrs. Edith Hamshaw (30), who recently made an unsuccessful attempt to climb through a railway carriage Window when going to Goole to have some teeth extracted. and whose mutilated
Mohur, Walpole Riehmond, son. -At No. 1, Dunure Street, Gilshochill, Glasgow, on the 4th inst., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gibb (nee Edith Dryburghj—a son. gEA'.i: Ootobtr. 1923. at, Ballycuddy, Johns- vi., Co. Kilkenny, to Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Seale daughter.
About sixty years ago babies began to be christened Edith, Ethel, Bertha. But then came the fashion for Idea, Wiens, alauds, started by Tennyson's "Princess" and other poems, writes Cecilia Hill in the "Daily Chronicle." Again