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Antioch News 12/30/1943 Antioch News 12/30/1943
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Illinois
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jtM‘ as one phase of their contribuiMM'to-the war edort, and the rejMlalogportion has been contributed
SBittBjiNews.

" ;1knngh the whole-hearted co oper_.l »received here, the Antioch
' N*WI wu enabled to carry full-page
MrtrUiements weekly, in addition to
vtttitoiny columns of news space de
I to this vital cause.

Ttumkl Papers, Sponsors

?Ab\in)ding of the importance atI' to: this advertising and news

t of the war loan campangn

¿gMy-bo gained from the treasury do
'pertment letter, signed by Frank E.
lfPr chairman of the War Finance
Ion's allied newspaper council—
..itii unnecessary to indicate to
effect of this tremendous voltUM of advertising in the successful
'“""jpfethe Third War loan. The
iW nf the Allied Newspaper couniv''ir«^f^i“well as the Treasury depart'.'' ■teat. IOito the army of approximategjljiilieibOO sponsors of this advcrtis■f,,'ud to you and every newspaper
Mn) for your co-operation in selling
’'tto;'»dVerUiements.

| Fearth Loan in January

II mid-January we will be in the
I War loan. While the newssituation may prevent another.

•¿imUl’Wcord, we do anticipate complete and effective co-operation from
Bewipaper in the country. We
—“^;riot let ...
The Deaf-Mutes Journal (February 19, 1925) Number 8 The Deaf-Mutes Journal (February 19, 1925) Number 8
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, Society & Organization, and 1 moreNewspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, California, Illinois, and 7 moreMichigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Canada
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The flflll scheduled game in our
hockey league was played on Alexandria rink on January 30, between
our boys and Stanley Barracks, and
for tlie first time this season our
I boys carried home the bacon to the
tune ot fi to 1. In lhis game our
boys showed a remarkable reverse
\ of form and hud they played like
! they did thou there would tie in the
! running, if uot in the lead for group
honors. In the first period the
: soldier boys were first to win on a
close socre, but, a few minutes later.

| Asa Forrester shot the puck into
I our oppeuenis goal from the centre
of the rink, thus eveniug the score.

I From then on the Barracks boys
I were helpless against our fast going
lads, especially in the last period
when some phenomenal and sparkl
I l»g plays wete executed by our
boys. In this period James Tate,
picking up the puck near our goal,
nude a lighting dash through the
, defence mid tearing down, shot the
j puck in the other net. before the
j boys could regain their positions
A ftiw minutes lat»r Krnest Hughes
I electrified the great crowd tiy ...
Daily Colonist, Dec 17, 1889 Daily Colonist, Dec 17, 1889
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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La Vie Collegienne: Lebanon Valley College Student Newspaper (Fall 1952) La Vie Collegienne: Lebanon Valley College Student Newspaper (Fall 1952)
Category Histories, Society & Organization, Newspapers, and 1 morePeriodicals & Magazines
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Pennsylvania
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Dr. Howard M. Kretizer, former Assistant Director in charge of Personnel
at Temple University, has been appointed as the new Dean of Lebanon
Valley College. He replaces Dr. A. H.
M. Stonecipher, who has returned to his
teaching duties as Departmental Head
of the Language Department. Dean
Kreitzer, whose new home is on Main
Street in Annville, is a graduate of
Bloomsburg State Teachers’ College. He
received his Master’s degree from New
York University and his Doctor’s degree
in education from Temple University.

In talking with a LA VIE reporter,
Dr. Kreitzer maintained that “Lebanon
Valley students are pretty nice people,
and the students are wonderfully cooperative.” He also stressed the fact that
he is “looking forward to this college
year, hoping that the students will give
their cooperation and understanding not
only to myself, but to this whole administration, and together we can make L.V.
a grand place.”

In addition to Dean Kreitzer, six other
people have been appointed to faculty
and administrative positions by Dr.
Frederic K. Miller, president of Lebanon
Valley.

They are: Dr. Alexandar R. Amell,
former assistant professor of chemistry
at Hunter College, to the position of
assistant ...
The Daily Colonist, Victoria, September 25, 1891 The Daily Colonist, Victoria, September 25, 1891
Category BMD, Death, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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Daily Colonist, Jun 20, 1903 Daily Colonist, Jun 20, 1903
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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The Communicator (Indiana-Purdue); November 19, 1992; Issue 12 The Communicator (Indiana-Purdue); November 19, 1992; Issue 12
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Indiana
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Many parents affected by the loss of EduCare bonded together and are on their way
to becoming a recognized student organization, Kids Without Care.

In the next meeting the organization plans
to discuss child care options for next semester and elect interim officers, according
to Lori Martin, member of Kids Without
Care.

“We still don't have a final decision from
Parkview on what services will be offered
to us, but outside organizations have been
in contact. And some have offered to
help,” said Martin.

“We will also discuss the possibility of
setting up our own time share babysitting
service,” said Martin.

While the EduCare task force works on a
long term solution to the child care situation, Martin said the student organization is
currently trying to help parents who will be
immediately affected by the loss.

"Many parents still don't know if they’ll
be able to get the day care they need to allow them to keep the classes in which
they're already enrolled,” said Martin.

Anyone with child care needs or concerns
is welcome to attend the Kids Without
Care meeting.

The meeting will be held at 8 p.m. on
Tuesday, Nov. 24 in ...
Daily Colonist, Oct 13, 1909 Daily Colonist, Oct 13, 1909
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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IC H A LLO N E R & M IT C H E L L ! They dirt not enter this rough ice nor among those received in audience at tor Owen, of Oklahoma. Interested in William Holmes’ trial on
now made public for c tlrst t cross tlie lead, but turned westward Buckingham Palaco during the dav. tho charge of murdering Gus Carlson
statement and map liuve been copy­ or southwestwjird a short distance and Premier Asquith and Chancellor on the night of August 13th. Shortly
b lA M O H D M ERC H AN T S & IM PORTERS righted by the Peury Arctic Club. The returned to Heiberg Land a t a point Lloyd-George have both quit the po­ LAST S PIKE DRIVEM after tho court, opened tho building was
introduction by Peary Is: litical arena for the remainder of the crowded to overflowing. A large num­
west of where they had left the cache ber of women were present, anjl in many
"Some of my reasons for saying- that and where the- four men had turned week, the former taking a holiday at Winnipeg Now Connected W ith Lake
1017-19-21 G overnm ent Street Dr. Cook did ...
The War Cry, July 24, 1926 The War Cry, July 24, 1926
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada
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To be out and out for God—
be a Hallelujah Garibaldi,
ing forth with a handful of men
attack a nation-—means risk.
in see danger in it. It does not
pear prudent to procession in
eets, or wear uniform, to go
her to home or foreign lands
thout assurance of safety. They
ly get hurt, and therefore they
i prudent, and do none of these
ngs, and those are imprudent
:o do them.

The nation would ridicule men
10 were offering for a war, willl to take the pay, march to the
jsic, and even go to the battle;
it who were at the same time
prudeiu as to require S3 « C03"
tion of their going a: guarantee
at they should not be shot.
"Still," some say, “you may go
o fast." Yes, and we can go

0 slow. Let us apply the prinj
>le of this “practical wisdom

our going, and then it strikes
e that we shall go much faster,
hen the sun shinea on the farm, and the favorable wind blow«

1 the sailor, the one applies this
inciple if he makes his hay, and
e other if he hoists his sails.
The Sun of Heaven is shining,
...
The Deaf-Mutes Journal (Sep. 27, 1877) Number 39 The Deaf-Mutes Journal (Sep. 27, 1877) Number 39
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, Society & Organization, and 1 moreNewspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and New York
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Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meat, also
Manufacturers of and dealers in Patent Water Drawers and pumps for
wol Is and cifeUiiiS.

WM. II. HALL,

Barber and Hair Dresser. Particular
attention paid to Shampooning, and
the cutting of ladies’ and children’s
hair. Shop on Main street. 34

CHAS. BEEBE,

Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office
in Morso & Irish’s Insurance office,
Main street. 34

JOHN BROWN,

Dealer in Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb and all kinds of meat. Temple’s
old stand, corner of Main and Washington streets. 34

S. PARKHURST,

Keeps tho largest and best assortment
of Boots, Shoes and Rubber goods.
Satisfaction given as to quality nnd
price. Opposite Post-office.

G. G. TUBBS.

Jeweler. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
repaired. All work promptly attended
to and warranted. Shop in Goit &
Castle’s store. 34

GEO. P. JOHNSON, JL Ifc,

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Office over Goit & Castle's. Orders
left on si,atm will receive prompt at
tcntion.« Sleeps in office. 3(5

C. W. I * A I) \\ A Y, M. D.,

Homeopathic physician and
surgeon.

Offico in Mexico Hotel. Entrance on
Church Street. Office hours 0 to 10
A- m., and 1 to 2 and 7 to !) p. m. All
calls will receive prompt attention.

H. I I. ...
Rhetoric : Fitchburg State College Newspaper 1977 Rhetoric : Fitchburg State College Newspaper 1977
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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On Thursday, Sept. 29, horseplay among four students in
Russell Towers resulted in the
throwing of ammonia and serious
eye injuries to two students.
Allegedly, the ammonia struck
the eyes of John Freitas and
John McIntyre and the hair of
Sara Sheeran. Another student,
Arsha Boyajian, was involved but
was not struck by ammonia. Both
girls live on the seventh floor, and
McIntyre was visiting Freitas
who lives on the sixth floor.

According to Boyajoin the
incident started when “Sarah and
I blew baby powder under
Nicholas’ door with a blow
dryer.”

Freitas described the incident
after the powder was blown in
Nick Stasko’s room on the sixth
floor; “Nick came out of the
room and wet Sara with water.
Then the girls and John
(McIntyre) went upstairs to the
girls’ suite to get pans of water. I
was standing by the elevator
below the staircase and Nick
came out of the suite door
leading to the stairs with a tennis
can of ammonia. The two girls
and John were coming down the
stairs and Stasko swung his arm
and sprayed the ammonia at us.”

Arsha said that McIntyre threw
the water at Stasko and “then

Nick retaliated with ...
Virginia Beach Sun July 1969 Number 27 Virginia Beach Sun July 1969 Number 27
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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Virginia Beach Police Chief
W. W. Davis has defended the
men of his department against
accusations of police harassment. He said that both recently and in the past he has received complaints of citizens
who felt they were not treated
properly and that he has investigated each charge.

He added that while one specific complaint was aired in a
Norfolk newspaper over the
weekend, the article also referred to other cases but did
not give specifics.

‘•I don't mind if they tell
the whole story,” he said, "but
speaking in generalities about
cases that I haven’t even heard
of bothers me.”

He added that the first he
had heard about the case that
was specified was when questioned by the reporter.

“I feel if someone has a complaint against a policeman, he
should come to my office,”
'said Davis, "and not go to a
newspaper first.”

Davis said the incident referred to had occurred nearly
three weeks before it came
to his attention.

In the case in question Officer S. F. Bennett arrested
Dennis LeBlanc at the corner
of 21st Street and Pacific Avenue on June 8 on a ...
Our Town, Narberth, PA (September 18, 1936) Our Town, Narberth, PA (September 18, 1936)
Category Histories, City, and Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Pennsylvania
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General Wayne district's commissioner and former Princeton athlete•, who is the veto head basketball coach. at Episcopal Academy,
Overbrook, succeeding Ray Keegan, of Narberth, who became
head football tutor when Geo rye
Manger became Penn's frosh grid
mentor.

Bala-Cyn-Narberth

Host to Rotarians

JOHN MULLIGAN

Narberth’s baseball club
¡will earn the right to meet Brookline
in the Main Line League Little World
¡Series will be decided tomorrow
i afternoon.

I Gene Davis’ tossers will tangle with
| Coatesville at the community field in
j the third fray of the three-game
'series to decide the second-half chamipionship. A playoff became necessary
when both completed the season with
¡thirteen victories and one defeat,
j What probably will be the largest
: crowd to storm our field in many years
I is expected. No series, and that: goes
for the titular brand, has stirred the
fans into the heat that this one has.
Anyone who witnessed the hectic
double bill staged last week-end will
vouch for that.

John Phan was treated to some of
the most erratic, yet sensational, ball
seen in the league at any time when
the Coates nosed out Narberth in
eleven innings by a 11-10 score ...
Carroll County Republican, January 2, 1857 Carroll County Republican, January 2, 1857
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Illinois
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The Lowell Courier, May 1, 1888 The Lowell Courier, May 1, 1888
Category BMD, Marriage, Obituaries, and 1 moreNewspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire
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.... Wbcn a baao ball player la r«»erved be
may bo most demonstrative.

...»“To your tent», O Israel,” exclaims
Henry Wattereon to tbe democrats. Henry
in nothing If uot In-tents.

....‘‘Warm weather at last," exclaimed
tbe Lawrence American Saturday. But it
was not warm weatber to laat.

.... Pictures of Louis Kossutb are appearing In various newspapers. They must l>e
wrongly labelled. They sbow a skull cap Instead of a Kossutb bat.

....Tbe Baston Kveulng lieeord lodlgnantly scores house-owners and hotel keeper« and boarding-house mistresses who object to children. We must remember that
Brother Barrett has been married a few
mouths, snd the Indignation Is perfectly natural.

....Col. Elliott K. Hbepard. the new propriety/of the New York Mall and Express,
who loslats ...
The Deaf-Mutes Journal (Mar. 22, 1900) The Deaf-Mutes Journal (Mar. 22, 1900)
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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The judge fell into the way of
watching them naturally enough.
After the court adjourned in the
early afternoon he always took a
ride on his bicycle and never failed
to visit the beautiful stretch of
boulevard recently opened along the
string of lakes.

They both came of good families,
or at least well-to-do families, and
their manner led him to think there
was breeding behind them. How,
then, did he come to know that
they loved each other ? you ask.
How was it possible not to know it,?
lie was not always past 50, and
he had a good memory.

So when the judge noticed the
way “he” looked at “her” and
the way “she” looked at “ hitn,”
and the tenderness of the young
man’s courtesy, the judge know
well enough how matters were.

She was a beautiful woman, not
over 20, and gave one an impression
of trigness and neatness. A woman
would say she wore a becoming suit
that fitted her. She was petite, with
one of those fresh, sparkling faces
so seldom seen among overworked
society girls.

lie was a manly chap of 22, athletic, bronzed and thoroughly “fit,”
as my nephew says. My nephew
plays on ...
Virginia Beach News, 9/6/1940 Virginia Beach News, 9/6/1940
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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Weeks went by and the “Cyclops” failed to make her scheduled appearance in Hampton
Roads. At first it was thought the
vessel had become disabled at sea
and had been delayed by her own

COMMENTS AND
RESUMES ON WAR

Congress has not had the courage thus far to effect a single
important economy to offset
record-breaking defense spending, which for the present year
will probably run above $20,000.000,000. Income, despite new
taxes, will amount to little more
than 10,000.000.000. As the New
York Times observes, this is
enough to show “that our budget
has got utterly out of hand.”

For the time being, war has obscurad the grim fact that this
country * moving inexorably toward financial ruin—not only because of debts and deficits in
themselves, but because there has
been no serious inclination to
chart a «purse that will ultimately bring government spending
under control. We have no budget
policy, and we have no tax policy.
The Federal treasury to regarded
as a grab bag. Taxation has been
thought of as something with
which to soak the rich and get
votes. But hidden taxes blanket
every necessity and every luxury,
ahd by ...
Daily Colonist, Apr 21, 1909 Daily Colonist, Apr 21, 1909
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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FATE IN STORE
effect of causing its discontinuance.

A M flN G R E F U B E E S licenses from 08 to 66 and the number
of shop licenses from 17 to 15.
Baby Poisoned by Pills
Everett, April 20'.—A box of strych­
TO PUBLIC DEBT Mr. Fielding, after intimating that
this question could bo further enquired
into during tho conference proposed
by the British government to consider
nine and belladonna pills carelessly trade relations between Canada and
left where an Inquisitive child coul'd the AVest Indies, then closed a two
Thousands Left Homeless In reach them, caused the death yester- ‘Minister Fielding's Moderate hours’ speech with a peroration which Report That Turkish Monarch
the had for its prime note faith in the
Asia Minor Cities Need Admission of Revenue turning of the tide and a rejuvenation Had Fled From Capital Is .
in business circles. He was loudly
Assistance Falling Behind cheered on resuming nls seat. Denied
Mr. Foster's Criticism
Sunk by Collision Mr. Foster, who followed Mr. Field­
San Francisco, April 20.— The scow ing, claimed that the bounties should
GRUESOME ADANA SCENES schooner, Alm a, came in collision with FORTY-SIX MILLIONS SHORT have been charged to consolidated SALO'NIKANS IN CONTROL
...
The Communicator The Communicator
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Indiana
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Students who wish to get closer
to God, enrich their spiritual life or
make new friends should look into
Campus Ministry.

This ministry has existed for 25
years.

The ministry motto is
“Becoming real with God, ourselves,
and others."

Campus ministry is not an organization for any specific religion or
school.

This is simply a Christian ministry. The campus minister, Ben
Gates, is also a minister at the

Indiana Institute of Technology.

“Everyone is welcome to come
to meetings. We don't meet on campus because there are students from
four or five other schools who
attend. There are not enough students to have separate groups on
each campus," Gates said.

Every Monday there is a Bible
study from noon to 1 p.m. in Walb
112 and every Sunday evening meetings are held from 7 to 8:30 at St.
Joseph United Methodist Church,
6004 Reed Road.

A religious forum, held in Walb
224 on the third Thursday of every
month is also available.

“They are a real friendly group.
They have a habit of going out to eat
after meetings,” Gates said.

The students are the ones who
plan and choose when, what, where
and whom they will volunteer to
help. They ...
The Deaf-Mutes Journal (November 21, 1929), Number 47 The Deaf-Mutes Journal (November 21, 1929), Number 47
Category Obituaries, and Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, South, Alabama, and 14 moreDistrict of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, Canada
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We understand William Hazlitt
motored up to see his wife at the
Gravenhurst Hospital, on November
3d, and was accompanied by his sister,
Miss Evelyn Hazlitt, and a hearing
friend.

After attending the Watt meeting in
Aurora in the morning of November
3d, Mr. Harry Sloan, of Churchill, and
Mr. Oscar Buckle, of Aurora, motored
down here to spend that afternoon and
evening with old friends here. Harry’s
smiles still evaporate.

Owing to the fact that she has to
keep in touch \Wth her somewhat feeble
husband, Mrs. J. L. Smith does not
get around very much, but on Sunday,
November 3d. She had the pleasure
of taking tea with Mr. and Mrs.
Emrys J. Crocker, in their Hew home
on Crainbrook Avenue.

Mr. Homer Whiting, of Buffalo, was
now renewing old acquaintances here
the other Sunday.

Miss Marybelle Russel], left on November 5th, for Collingwood, where
she will spend some time with relatives,
after spending a pleasant week with
friends here. Her old scholmates were
so pleased to see her again.

Mr. Ewart Hall is our latest friend
to enter the postal service and commenced his duties in the Terminal postoffice here, on Novemlier 4th. ...
Daily Colonist, Jan 3, 1909 Daily Colonist, Jan 3, 1909
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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PEOPLE STARVE
such progressive and advanced Ideas

MANCHUS KNIFE
Hamilton Manufacturer Dead

TARIFF REFORM Hamilton, Ont., Jan. 2.—W m. B ur­
rows, one of Hamilton's most promin­
ent and respected manufacturers, is
Yuan. About 5G years old, Nan Tung
Manchu, a people Intensely jealous
of tho achievements of Y ___ ___ ___ _
who is a Chinaman proper. Nan Tung

IN MOTHER LAND YUAN SHI KAI AM ID T H E RUINS
Is also the general commander of tho



Two Specials
Pekin police, and In l'JOG lind conferred
Killed By Engine upon him tho office of grand secretary
of tho Imperial government, a purely
London, Ont., Jan. 2.—G. Paisley, honoray position in the empire.
car cleaner on the Grand Trunk rail­
way, was cut to pieces In the railway Snubbed by the Kaiser
London Times Bases Some yard by a shunting engino last night. Great Chinese Statesman Dis­ Awful Suffering of Men and'

in Watches
Ho had taken the place temporarily Berlin, Jan. 2— Considerable com­
ment has been aroused by the fact that
Conclusions on Lord Mil­ of another employee. missed From Office By Emperor W illiam at the New Year’s Women Imprisoned by
day reception yesterday refrained from
ner's Addresses Toronto Statistics ...
Antioch News 03/19/1908 Antioch News 03/19/1908
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Illinois
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Touched by the etory of Mrs. George
Moran of Waukegan, who aided her husband in burglaries, it is said merely to
feod the mouths of her suffering babes,
Judge Donnelly, Monday morning, freed
Mrs. Moran of the charges hanging ever
her.

She Is now at the home of her mother
and after a short visit there will gq^to Lake
Bluff to make her home with Mrs. Fowler,
who has offered her a new life, to be lived
for her children alone.

Mrs. Moran, indicted with her husband,
George Moran, on the charge or having
committed robbery, was released by Judge
Donnelly upon her own recognizance after
the court had takon the matter under advisement for the lost two weeks.

The court stated at the time the prisoners were arraigned at the opening of court,
that be personally haled to send the young
mother to jail more because he hated to
blot the histories of her children more than
anything else, and was of the opinion that
it would never do her any good as she did
not appear a criminal at heart.

Matron Judson of the Methodist Lake
Bluff orphanage, where the Crewe children are ...
The Annual Index to the Times (1907) The Annual Index to the Times (1907)
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United Kingdom, England, and World
Preview
French Masters in England, National Society
of : see National Society of French
Masters in England
French Protestant Church—anniversary

celebrated, July 29, 32c
French Rand Gold Mining Company (Ltd.)
—dividend, Dec. 33, 36d ; report, April
27, 36c

French Republican Committee of Commerce,
Industry, and Agriculture—London section to entertain Senator Alfred Mascuraud, Dec. 7, 30b
Frenssen, G.—“ Peter Moors Fahrt nach
Südwest ” reviewed (L.S.), July 32, 223b
Frere, Sir B.—at Tatton-park, on ministry,
Aug. 32, 8e

Frere, Mr. J. T.—pictures sold, July 6, 34b
Frere, Miss M.—on children : school meals
(1.), Dec. 25, 30d
Frere, Rev. WT. J.—death, Dec. 20, 33/
Fresh Air Fund—appeal, July 39, 35d ; —
royal contribution, Aug. 9, 3e
Freshfield, Mr. D. W. :—

at College for Working Women, on his
journey to Mount Ruwenzori, Mar. 33,
3/ ; at Geographical Association, on
geography in public services (s.), Jan.
5, 32c ; at Incorporated Society of
Authors, on dispute between publishers
and The Times Book Club, Mar. 21,
13c

on Incorporated Society of Authors—attitude towards dispute between publisher
andTJie Times (1.), Mar. 22, 8a
Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight—Church
plans prepared, Sept. 5, 4c
Frethernehouse School—pupils’ conceit ;
presentation to late headmaster, Mar.
36, 32b

Freud, M. Mayer (Rumania) —expelled, Feb.
2, 7/ THE TIMES ANNUAL INDEX. 1907. 311

Freund, Mr. J.—appointed ...
Newmarket Era, August 12, 1937 Newmarket Era, August 12, 1937
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and Ontario
Preview
Post, foremost authority in
Atnerica on manners, has finally
directed her attention to the manners of motorists and courtesy on
the highways.

In the latest edition of her
famous volume "Etiquette,”
shortly to be published in Canada
by Ryerson Press, Mrs. Post has
in'cluded a chapter on "Manners
Tor Motorists' and her findings
and comments closcly parcllel

lhoic emphasized by the "Try
Courtesy” campaign being conducted by the Ontario highways
department.

Mrs. Post addresses her remarks
not to “really great drivers or
very good ones, who are fully
aware of their own expertness,
but to the tens of thousands who
5n ever-increasing numbers swarm
out upon the streets and high
story of a fatal motor crash—
caused by the bad manners of a
driver who shoves to get ahead,
or tries to beat the lights, or
crowds another off the road,
never considering anybody’s
rights but his own.”

In contrast to the dangerous
speeding driver, Mrs. Post next
examines what she terms the
'annoying snail” type of driver—
‘long known by other unflattering sobriquets because of his insistence upon crawling along in
the centre of the road.

Behind him horns can blow
and another car ...
The Tiger (Colorado College), Sept. 1968 - May 1969 The Tiger (Colorado College), Sept. 1968 - May 1969
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Colorado
Preview
With those words and the subsequent 7-0 vote, the Colorado
Springs City Council Tuesday approved CC’s request for a license
to sell beer in the Hub on Friday
and Saturday evenings. The longawaited action was the culmination
of months of work and discussion
by the CCCA, Board of Trustees,
college administration and Saga
Food Service,

"It is the consensus opinion of
all concerned,” said college attorney William Haney before the City
Council, “that this proposal is the
best thing in the world for the
college, the students, and the community.”

The college was represented at
the open hearing by Haney and
President Lloyd Worner, who actually went through the technicalities of the application procedure.

“1 assume that the people of the
college have talked this over very
thoroughly,” commented Mayor
Eugene McCleary at the start of
the hearing.

“Yes, we have,” replied Haney.
“The Board of Trustees gave the
go-ahead sign very strongly. This

is a move to keep the students on
campus, to provide here what they
are entitled to seek elsewhere. If
they’re going to drink, we’d rather
they do it at home."

Haney explained to the Council
that, ...