OFFICE 23 STONED TO DEATH. NUMBED KILLED ON WAY TO CAIBO NOW BEPOBTED NINE Cairo, March 24.—1 t is, unfortunately, confirmed that the number of officers who were murdered when travelling from Luxor to Cairo by express March 13 was nine, not seven as first reported. A report has b
The flight Hon. Eveleen Baroness Gray, who died December 24, left an unsettled estate of £121,113. She bequeathed legacies £1 000 each the. Salvation Army, London Citv Mission, Protestant Defence Society. Homes, Dr. Homes, Mr. W.. J. C. Fegan's Boys’ Homes.
‘LIQUOR CONTROL IS RUNNING ENGLAND INTO REVOLUTION.” The . Liquor Control Board is .running England into a revolution,” .said Major Malone, M.P., chairman the Tottenham Bench, when refusing to-day the application of Mr. Lickfold, a solicitor, who desired certain documentary, evi
It is just the climate for what the Englishman is, ibe steady, plodding worker, without excitement, noise, fuss, or nervous exhaustion, just the pull and-get there in climate and man. In many senses man becomes the atmosphere in which he dwells. As he walks and works, he looks,*
against moving dogs without special licence within certain areas, has burst like a ’borobehell among dog owners, and coming as it has in the midst lthe exodus from London for the EasWr holidays, has caused nothing short of consternation in many households. Dog owners w ho have b
HOW - The more the Results likely .to 1 follow from the Treasury’s shofteighted policy, in refusing make further grants for'pkniobu test become realiaecl .the plainer it. becomes that the matter cannot be allowed to rest and that pressure must be brought,to bear in the right, qua
ms “DOOTS.” Mr. Hughes has Ids doots about the outcome the Peace Conference, and this respect one with the great mat? Britons who have followed the protracted proceedings at Paris. But on one point Mr. Hughes has doubts. He sees the Hun the same to-day as was yesterday and will b