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"THREE OR FOUR TIMES."

"THREE OR FOUR TIMES."

In reply to the question it he ever Save him money for any other purpose the witness replied. "Well," and when pressed. the witness said: 'Three or four times. It was always a thousand dollars." "For what?" "We were mixed up in getting liquor and hotel beenses." "From whom?" "Mr
June 30, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
CARE FOR IMPERIALS.

CARE FOR IMPERIALS.

Coast to Coast Organization is Planned. Ottawa. June 29.--A complete ocean to ocean organization to care for the discharged soldiers of the Britten army. who have taken up residence in Cant's. is being planned by the Imperial Veterans Association of Canada. Major T. B. Thomas. o
June 30, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
Rose Bowls $5.00 to $15.00 . Gifts That Llst SOME men will always think that selecting a wedding gift is

Rose Bowls $5.00 to $15.00 . Gifts That Llst SOME men will always think that selecting a wedding gift is

a terrible task. but more and more are discovering that it is•simple and convenient to do their gift buying at the House of Klein • Rinkley.
June 30, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
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June 30, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
STEAXSIiI F. ARRIVALS

STEAXSIiI F. ARRIVALS

STEAXSIiI ARRIVALS Clan !tura—At Kobe from Victoria B. C. Rath::n Head—At Be:fast form Montreal PresidentWilson—At New York from Trieste. Fontes—Jet London from Montreal La Savoie—At Havre trees New York Alexandee—At Montreal trots Liverpool Mendlpranae—At Montreal from Hull Drot
July 15, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
COUNTY BASEBALL

COUNTY BASEBALL

North sad South Wentworth •League. Arrangements have been made and a schedule drawn up for a series of games to be run off between the various baseball teams of the county of Wentworth. Starting June 28 the contest will be confined to eliminations for league championship in Nort
June 24, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
NITS THE SOLDIERS

NITS THE SOLDIERS

New Tax Catches Bien Already Badly Off. A great protaist against this luxury tax Is being made by returned men. Although not an otrcial word has been said about it save by the geese- 1 tary *the Soldiers' and Ssllorie Federation, the men think that it bibs them more than anyone
June 3, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
I THIEVES BUSY

I THIEVES BUSY

Two More Cases Reported to the Police. Fred Save, of Smye Son, grocers. corner of Wellimp.cn and hebecca streets, reported teat a waterproof cover and a green striped horse blanket were stolen out of his buggy last evening. The horse and buggy bad been left standing on Glendale
March 20, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
STORIES OF THE WAR,

STORIES OF THE WAR,

which come to me through various 'sources I am struck with the self sacrificing patriotism of many of whom the world never heard of in their earlier lives. Yesterday a touching tale came to me from Ghent. A family. father and two daughters, in good society, were in the city duri
March 20, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
SOFT COAL MEN IN AGREEMENT

SOFT COAL MEN IN AGREEMENT

.Washington. March —President Wilson, expects the bituminous operators and miners to reach an agreement on their wage differences "on the basis of the thajority report" of the Coal Commission. This announcement eras made today by Attorney General Palmer. following a conference p
March 20, 1920 - Hamilton Daily Times - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada