"...a jnitty good Presi dent t handle grave International prob lemu an spark at th same ArnoldMorley Dies in Jan Is Arnold former Jostmaster died yes terday In Ho 07 years About IS yearn JIKO Inretiredutter ... that it would be diffi cult to arrange a sympathy strike of such proportions at this The trial of Mrs Margaret Sanger using the mails to advocate birth control will at least have the effect of giving wider ... of the Italian steamship which struck a mine recently in the Adriatic Among those drowned was Miss a Lippitt Demands Armed Force Be Sent to Miss Hamples body was buried at San Giovanni di Dr Ryan Mariano a reached ... was a member o the Canadian as was D A teleKram announcing th death of Miss Hample was received a the Slavonic Immigrant..."
MARLBOROUGH HOUSE, Jan. 18.
death of . a Founut CBIEF OF TBE POST OFFICE.
Alexamira, the Grand Diicheaa of Russia, and the Princèss Victoria ... .
, The death occurred in London on Monday of Mr. ArnoldMorley, who was a prominent member of the Liberal party in the dramatic years of the late ’eighties and the early ’nineties. He was the fourth son of Mr ... . Samuel Morley, a member of the famous hosiery firm, who preceded his son in the House of Commons. Mr. ArnoldMorley was born in 1849, and after being up at Trinity, Cambridge, where he rowed in the First ... for five years. Following the..."
".... London, Jan. Morley, ormer postmaster-general died yes- .erday in London. He was 07 years of ago. About fifteen years ago he after an active political career luring which he was a member of for ten years ... of the Winnipeg Automobile club Hn s a member of the Carltou and St Carles Country olubs. He was 11 the 'ccal advisory board r the Bank of Hamilton up to hi" present appointment as director. i ArnoldMorley is Dead ... - head Re-elected President. Brandon, Man., Jan. 17. The uanual mooting of the life governors of the Brandon General hospital was held this afternoon. Tho reports pre- Kontcd showed tnat the institution ... they came from. Judge Cumberland pointed out that AW. Cut-ran raised the point of ordering five cars of coal from an outside concern. .Aid. Bourke point- came to the ..."
"...;ctor of the ‘ ^ac•^é':l Hf'.'irt, hi Hov^e, Canon of h:)d Domestic Chaplain to Pope • '-icd at Hove yesterday.
A I E MR. ARNOLD MOJZLEY.
-'r,i: of Mr. .ArnoldMorley took piarle Hampstead Cemetery. The family , ' ùc ... Herbert Hartcup, feutenant, A.S.C., eldest surviving .son of Hilbert James Har^c.up^.-of: Bjiingay, Suffolk, m Miss Winifr^ ...We^iJ-, feel F. Wel^^;;a.jfeife tiHsm
iibt. t*eter s C^urHj, ^ariey, pim., on 5 ... and beaten the Boches once and for all.”
WAR IN THE AIR.
AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.
TENKANT’S EXPLANATION HOSTILE AEROPLANES.
THE NEW GERMAN FOKKER.
DE-VI'H of famous ENGLISH AlllWOMAN.
^IrHiawke ... heart trouble ! di^^d suddenly in London to-
^ ^1' f'Mcl , f November, and the friends of !;!' 'I'' acceding to..."