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NIIST BLOW TO gIIMAN HONOR YET, IS VERDICT

NIIST BLOW TO gIIMAN HONOR YET, IS VERDICT

Hurt Germany More Than Loss of Army Corps— Stain Lasts Centuries. By Times Special Wire.) New York, Oct. 23.—The execution Edith Cavell by die G ermane denounced this morning by every English language Paper in New York, ore The American. That paper is editorially
October 23, 1915 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
Open Air Skating Ballet

Open Air Skating Ballet

Form 2—l. Edith Cavell; 2. St. Laurence; 3, Grace Darling. Bean bag, Form I—l, St. Laurence; 2. Florence Nightingale; 3. Grace Darling. Form 2—l. Grace Darling; 2, Florence Nightingale; 3, Edith Cavell. Form 3—l. Florence Night- 2. Edith Cavell; 3. Grace
August 1, 1950 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
MY ADVENTURES WITH NURSE

MY ADVENTURES WITH NURSE

German, he was evidently watching to soldiers who were sent this time see return to the house, and for all were housed in Edith Cavell s dime or with know he may there yet Belgian lady who lived not far away. We were quite secure in the Rue Emile 4 SECOND
May 27, 1923 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

sister, Edith Cavell. who died July 25. 1933. Cherished still with love sincere. Only memories, but very dear. —Always remembered by her loving sister, Maggie, brother Jack, niece and nephews. HEADLEY. —In loving memory of our dear sister, Edith Cavell. who
July 25, 1936 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
VICAR WAS JUDGE St. Lawrence Girb Sports Summer weather favoured the annual sports day programme of St. Lawrence Girls’ School,

VICAR WAS JUDGE St. Lawrence Girb Sports Summer weather favoured the annual sports day programme of St. Lawrence Girls’ School,

Form I—l. St. Lawrence; 2. Florence Nightingale; 3. Edith Cavell. Form 2—l. Grace Darling; 2, St. Lawrence; 3, Edith Cavell. Form 3—l, St. Lawrence; 2. Edith Csvell; 3. Grace Darling. Form 4—l. Edith Cavell; 2. St. Lawrence; 3, Florence Nightingale. Flat
July 23, 1948 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
18 0 1 0 0 DONATIONS TO N.U.W.S.S. SCOTTISH WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

18 0 1 0 0 DONATIONS TO N.U.W.S.S. SCOTTISH WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

Alice Low : Proceeds of Edith Cavell X-Ray Car Tour, Edinburgh collection. Gate money am Bs. 7d.). donations (£7165.), post cards ( Is 5d.) *Per £3 Miss MacGregor, Temporary V.A.D. Hospital, Perth, further result of Edith Cavell X-Ray Car Tour ... 8 Miss
November 24, 1916 - Common Cause - London, London, England
 
NU-RgE . - 'OAVELL . MEMORIAL UNVEILED BY QUEEN ALEXANDRA .

NU-RgE . - 'OAVELL . MEMORIAL UNVEILED BY QUEEN ALEXANDRA .

at St Martin ' s Place , Trafalgar Square , ye . « ierday , in presence of a large Anglo-Bolgian assembly , a statue of Edith Cavell , the nurs ' o who was a victim of German brutality . Very appropriately the statue was draped for tho ceremony with British
March 18, 1920 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ANIVA IVEAGLE AS NURSE

ANIVA IVEAGLE AS NURSE

NURSE PRESENTING on the screen one of Britain's foremost contemporary film players in her first American film. ' Nurse Edith Cavell" nas Anna Neagle in the title role. This will be the feature attraction at the Northfields and Southall Odeons and the
November 18, 1939 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
FRED. MARSH, * 11, HOWARD STRUT KORTR, GREAT TARMORTR. LADIES’ DEPARTMENT. White Calico Bodgowna from 4a. M- Cbomiaea from Flannelette

FRED. MARSH, * 11, HOWARD STRUT KORTR, GREAT TARMORTR. LADIES’ DEPARTMENT. White Calico Bodgowna from 4a. M- Cbomiaea from Flannelette

homes of the poor to perform their remedial work will be known as Cavell nurses, and will carry on the good work to which Edith Cavell devoted her life. In the splendid work which onr nurses are doing, and in the knowledge tbat “kind words and kind deeds
October 19, 1918 - Yarmouth Independent - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England
 
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. Here it is necessary for mo to say that the Germans were more friendly disposed to

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. Here it is necessary for mo to say that the Germans were more friendly disposed to

Belgian mining engineer, who won- write and tell me how they are getting on. dered if it might not be possible to save Edith Cavell, once had commenced those British soldiers from falling into the our work, was the most fearless woman in hands of the
April 22, 1923 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland