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Consider the Saleswoman, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Daily Star, 8 November 1919, page 22

Consider the Saleswoman.

She has been in business for over thirty years, and she has known whereof she speaks, this saleswoman in one of the fashionable St Catherine street shops. 642 more words


Children's Amusements, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Daily Star 19 November 1919, page 24

Children’s Amusements

“My two girls are eleven and fourteen years old respectively. Should I allow them to accompany me to the theatre or the better class vaudeville houses?” 535 more words


Ball for the Prince of Wales, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Standard, 1 November 1919, page 25

Gaiety Reigned at the Citizen’s Ball in the honor of the Prince

An unqualified success and a most enjoyable event was the unanimous verdict on the Citizen’s Ball, in honor of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, held in the Windsor Hotel, on Thursday, and attended by a representative and distinguished company. 569 more words


Borden's Naval Policy, cartoon, 1912

Montreal Daily Star, 7 December 1912, page 3

Borden Naval Policy


Etiquette of Calling, Montreal, 1911

Montreal Standard, 9 December 1911, page 26

Etiquette of Calling

The commencement of the winter season, and the consequent return of many of the residents to town, brings calling very much to the front once more, and the question at once presents itself as to who should take the initiative and be the first to call—should it be the earliest of the latest arrival? 574 more words


Montreal's Patriotic Fund, 1914

Montreal Daily Star, 10 September 1914, page 18

Many Pitiful Cases Reported to Committee
Ladies investigate every case closely – death follows departure

Incidents emphasizing the burdens and sorrows that have to be borne by the dependents of soldiers left at home, are being brought to the attention of the relief committee of the Patriotic Fund. 455 more words


Dramatic Scene in a Chicago Catholic Church, 1901

Montreal Gazette, 4 November 1901, page 4

Publicly Humiliated
Dramatic Scene in a Chicago Catholic Church

Chicago, November 3- There was an intensely dramatic scene in Holy Name Cathedral today, when in the presence of a fully 1000 parishioners, Jeremiah J Crowley, the excommunicated Roman Catholic priest was publicly humiliated by order of the authorities of the Church. 344 more words