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Methodist Women Seeking Voice in Church Affairs, 1914

Montreal Daily Star, 23 September 1914, page 17

METHODIST WOMEN SEEKING VOICE IN CHURCH AFFAIRS

Ottawa, September 25 – Whether women shall be given equal suffrage in the affairs of the Methodist Church is to be definitely settled at the General Conference now in session here. 146 more words

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Collection of Paintings - Victoria, 1901

Daily Colonist, 26 Sep 1901, page 3

Collection of paintings – A number of landscapes by F Pauline, artist, are on exhibition in the office window of the Great Northern Railway. 51 more words

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Chinese Wedding Bells, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Daily Star, 25 July 1919, page 2

Chinese wedding bells

A ceremony rarely seen in Montreal was enacted yesterday when Miss Gracie Man Kee, of Quebec was married to Harry Lee, one of the foremost members of the Chinese colony in Montreal.  26 more words

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Women take place in political field - Montreal, 1919

Montreal Gazette, 9 August 1919, page 3

Women take place in political field

Impressions of Montrealer who attended Liberal convention at Ottawa

Although Montreal had no official women delegated at the recent Liberal convention at Ottawa, several Montreal women attended the session of the convention as interested friends of the Liberal party among them being Mrs AR McMaster, president of the Women’s Liberal Association of Montreal; Dr Grace Ritchie England, Mrs Rose Henderson, and Mrs J Archambault. 185 more words

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Only 23 little disturbances now - Montreal, 1919

Montreal Daily Star, 18 July 1919, page 4

ONLY TWENTY-THREE LITTLE DISTURBANCES NOW

“Peace – well, the lid is on the main crater tight enough to celebrate”

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Finding the great divide

Last year, Jordan Sellers and I published an article in Modern Language Quarterly, trying to trace the “great divide” that is supposed to open up between mass culture and advanced literary taste around the beginning of the twentieth century. 1,724 more words

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The Dirge of the Ex-Vacationist, Wiarton, 1935

The Canadian Echo – Wiarton, 25 July 1935

The Dirge of the Ex-Vactionist

I’ve just got back from Howdenvale where I holidayed last week;

My arms are brown, my nose Is red, and I look a perfect freak. 278 more words

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