VISITORS. The nursing profession records the names of many heroineA-Florence Nightin- ' BOARISH TRADE IN lIIIVOISIETS. gale, Edith Cavell. those who with the (By arrangement with London "Express") watchword "Sick and the wounded first' PARIS, Wednesday.—At
rounded, and farewell volley w.ia fired by fitmg party of the 6th ol memorial service for MISS EDITH CAVELL A special memorial "ervic* for Miss Edith Cavell, th« noble Hkiglishwonuan who was the Germany's roost barbarous rrime, was condacted in Charleston
November 8, 1915 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
DERRY CINEMAS THE STRAND “TV'UKSE EDITH CAVELL,” In which Anna Neagle, the British star, appearing in her first Ameri• can film, has the title role, opens at the StrancJ Cinema to-day. The story of “Nurse Edith Cavell” adheres closely to the facts of the
family. Since the announcement of the execution of Edith Cavell the authors the book have been busy in conjunction with Viscount Knutsford, In organising the Cavell Fund which is to establi'h cn Edith Cavell Nurse* Home for nurses aUcbed to tho London Hospital
November 14, 1915 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Nolan are in the pany. Chief Engineer’s Dept., Waterford, supporting cast in February, 1902, where he served for 14 “Nurse Edith Cavell" is the story of a years under Chief Engineers Mr. G. A. daughter of Norwich Vicar who in the Jeplnon and Mr. R. D. Patterson
December 21, 1946 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
of Christ Professor Stalker of Aberdeen, he decided to take Christ for his Saviour and model, and to live for Him. Nurse Edith Cavell, daughter a Norwich vicar and another Joan of Archer statue will yet stand in every capital in turoi>c, except Berlin.
November 13, 1915 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
beautifully, as a solo. Mrs. age depicted the great Red Cross heroine, Alexander's hymn: " There is a green hill Nurse Edith Cavell. executed by the far away." enemy. The local British Legion ren- Mary Slessor, dered great assistance in making the Okoyong:'
anyone." These were the last words of Edith Cavell, spoken just before her execution by firing squad in 1915. for helping to smuggle wounded British and French soldiers out of occupied Belgium. _ . I read Edith Cavell's words as I passed by. for the first
January 5, 1997 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
one of the outstanding dramas of the last conflict with Germany, the execution at Brussels on October 12, 1915. of Nurse Edith Cavell, states the “Daily Telegraph and Morning Post’’ New York correspondent. Shortly before the Germans entered Brussels Nurse