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FIGHTING NEAR LOOS.

FIGHTING NEAR LOOS.

A FAMOUS “FOSSE” IN BRITISH HANDS. SUCCESSES NEAR SCENE OF GREAT 1915 OFFENSIVE. WAR CORRESPONDENTS’HEADQUARTERS (France), Saturday. The offensive is developing into a great posh in the most literal sense of the word. The success of the operations which began on Monday last has
14 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A Patriot’s End.

A Patriot’s End.

On this day in 1865 the United States lost one of its greatest Presidents when Abraham Lincoln fell to the knife of crazy assassin. Everybody is familiar with the dramatic details of the last scenethe darkened box at Ford’s Theatre, the still audience listening the dialogue on t
14 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OF WAR FUNDS.

OF WAR FUNDS.

Them have been many interesting exinbitionfl recently the Leicester Galleries, Leio ester-square, and the latest, that second soite water_-c clour drawings of the British Firing Line by Beoood-IdeutenaDifc E. flamdl-iy-Read, MiyLf-Hirw Gun Corps, late Artists Eifles, certaiaily
14 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE OTHER CHEEK.

THE OTHER CHEEK.

Two more hospital ships attacked! The Salta, it is true, struck mine in the Channel, so that her loss is only to credited to the recklessness with which the Germans distribute these engines of destruction when and where they can. But the Gloucester Castle was torpedoed without w
14 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BY WEOMER.

BY WEOMER.

April is the Niobe of months and not without reason. In the passage years it has been right scurvily treated, having been deprived both length days and pride place. Its first appearance I the calendar as leader the bevy months, and with . a tale r.iv—befitting its position. But
14 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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ROUND THE GLOBE.

ROUND THE GLOBE.

C onfimation candidates at Tenterdeo (Kent) included four grandmothers. Two new Socialist papers are be started in Petrograd. fa*™ Gorki will edit one. Missing for fortnight, the Ymuiden steam trawler, Greuvers, has been given for lost. M. Poincarf, the French President, formall
14 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COAL QUEUES.

COAL QUEUES.

The shortage of coal is being keenly felt this week end London, and in some of the poorer parte the Metropolis supplies are unobtainable. Long queues of women and children waited for several hours today outside shops in Eastern and South- Eastern districts, in the hope of securi
14 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Herald. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1017.

Herald. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1017.

14 April 1917 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
UNUSUAL CASE AT THE POLICE

UNUSUAL CASE AT THE POLICE

COURT. the Preston Borough Police Court, on Friday, Kenneth Roy Vernon, 24, manager, of 28, St. Paul’s-square, was charged with stealing 4olb. of cloth. bundles of gauze v one bundle of bandages, ylb. of paper, two balls of twine, rolls of cotton, two packets of paper, one roll
14 April 1917 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England