in the round. The others had reconrso tr whiskey. the glom dike. polities. and that similia similibes care. But, say--Ramp. Edith Carr was just about the fiweiit woman in the world—liiett.toned sod mad and noble. and playing her ideals to win at all kinds
June 7, 1921 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
TEMPERANCE COUNCIL. Meetings at Donaghadee A large open-air meeting was held at the I’ier, Donaghadee, Sunday last, when Miss Edith Armstrong presided, and made reference to the victory achieved in the return of all the temperance candidates Parliament. and
American ladies all received their quietus this round, and three of the four were not merely defeated but. outclassed. Miss Edith Cummings had a bard strugglr with Miss Joy Winn, and brought the match to the 17th green before admitting defeat. the ladies'
June 4, 1921 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
A largo open-air meeting was held tho Pier, Oonaghadee, on Sunday. After praise the Rev. J. J. Teasoy engaged prayer. Miss Edith Armstrong presided, and made reference to tho splendid victory achieved return of all the temperance candidate* Parliament
BY LADY EDITH. Griddle Bread. English Loci, asks for rcciprs for griddle bread, stating quantity of flour, soda, salt, and milk required to make nice light bread, also if same quantities should be used for meal. Should the buttermilk sour? How long should
COMMUTED. Intimation bas been received the Under Sheriff of Leicosterfchiro from Home Office that the death »cntcoco pa&ecd upon Edith Mary Robert*. 21, for the murder of her newly, born child Hinchley, has been commuted to penal servitude fur life.
Miss Edith Hyland, second daughter of ex- Head-Con stable William Hvland, Banbridge, has been awarded the Medaille d’Honneur en bronze by the French iGovemment, with diploma, for her services during the war at Temporary Hospital