BLAZER FLANNELS, in smart stripe, effects, 27in. wide *<c/T Per yard U PLAIN NAVY FLANNEL for /I Blazers, 88in. wide Per yard A BLAZER FLANNELETTE, best quality. 27in. wide. MX Per yard I/ 12 TENNIS FLANNEL, cream. 1A 54in. wide. yard
The Orangemen were not Vifh the outrages that had been going on in the city and elsewhere, no matter whom committed. They condemned io the strongest possible manner, and it was their duty to use their influence to stamp out crime and outrage within their gates. (Applause ) Mrs.
On the invitation of Mrs. Grainger, tho members of ibis society made return (sketching) excursion on Saturday. Although the weather was not quite so good toe previous Saturday the outing -was much cnji.nfcd, as wag shown the large number of sketches that were made. Mr. and Mrs.
The death of Mr. John Cunningham Blow, Garraumore, Knock dene Park, which took place in a. private nursing home following serious operation, has caused widespread regret in business circles Belfast. .Mr. Blow was partner the tinn Sltsars. Blow & M’Keag, linen merchants, Donegal!
information every phase industrial and agricultural development in Canada. In the Reference Library maintained the bead European office of the Canadian Pacific Railway. 62/6S. Charing Cross. London, S.W.L, complete data on natural resources. climate, labour, transportation, busi
The depression in trado prcTailinc Glasgow and distnrt is deflected the anmui returns of. the Glasgow tramways for the financial year closed the 3let nit- The rcTcouo for the year was *,2.547, 218. and the passenger* carried numbered 451.572.475. a decrease compared with the pre
Fein Pact. STILL LOOKING FOR WAY OF "SAYING THEIR FACE.” ‘Morning IW »)■»-“ the ovit lioerty the Irish people has been suppressed bargain between two fartrons —each without thred real ten tali ve aufionty—to nominate packed Parliament elections orfJer. On that there can be no Ir
M. Poincare's Memorandum A Disappointment." 'Dailv Clironiclc" The memorandum of M. Poincare The Hague Conference is a disappointment to those who had hoped that France, having done her beet to ruin one Conference—that Genoa—would be content, and not immediately •et about trying
authentic., have ha-i under * propwal relax the Curfew rextnetmne. hut leer that this l anuot dene at present. ■>>'■"« the failure of the .itirens in manv arear !<>•““' them hv observing and causing others to ense. the regulations now in foe It bebesed that as the give evidence