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PSYCHIC PHILOSOPHY,

PSYCHIC PHILOSOPHY,

W'/ heartily congratulate the .members' the Society of Psychical Research on having chosen the brilliant author Evolution Creatrice as their President, and M Bergson himself in an address which drew from Mr. Bilfour a compliment equally graceful and unique. His subject was the r
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, THUBSDAY. MAY 29, 1918 STORY-TELLER AND WIT.

THE GLOBE, THUBSDAY. MAY 29, 1918 STORY-TELLER AND WIT.

THE GLOBE, THUBSDAY. MAY 29, STORY-TELLER AND WIT. It speaks volumes for Prince FiVrstenberg’s astuteness and qualities of self-effacement that he has succeeded in remaining thoroughly liehind the scenes. one has ever caught glimpse of him in the limelight. His strength with the
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OPERA HOUSE SOLD.

OPERA HOUSE SOLD.

AMERICAN IMPRESARIO BIDS FAREWELL TO LONDON. was officially announced last evening that Mr Oscar Mamuierstein lias sold his interest in the London Opera House, thus terminating ms connection with operatic ana theatrical enterprises in the English capital. The new proprietor the
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(■Y OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.)

(■Y OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.)

Westminster, Wednesday. Already a kind of summer somnolence has fallen upon the House of Commons. handful of members and few questions gave evidence the general inertia; while the promise of renewed debate the Appellate Jurisdiction Bill was not calculated to counteract the lang
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INTELLIGENT ANTICIPATION

INTELLIGENT ANTICIPATION

Describing Paddington Station in the Railway and Travel Monthly,’’, a writer places commendation on the genius Brunei for tne design of Paddington station. He says: We judge of,the scope of mens minds by the.r accomplished performances, and Brunei s must indeed have been a mind
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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THE CARE OF CRIPPLES.

THE CARE OF CRIPPLES.

Sir William Collins presided yesterday, in London. the second day’s conference the Invalid Children’s Aid Association. ; John Kirk, in a paper entitled ‘'Cripple Parlours —Ragged School Union,” gave a description the Cripple’s Mission of the Ragged School Union. The mission, he
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“SECURITY ”

“SECURITY ”

“SECURITY SEN© YOUR BUSINESS THE DERBY
31 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHAPMAN

CHAPMAN

Member of the Leading London Sporting Clubs. Write for Illustrated Book Rules to 24-26, Maddox St, London, W. Telephone: 890 ONa « Telegrams : ‘•rePAVABJ.E, 1.0 WOO" NOT REPRESENTED
31 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VICAR’S LETTER.

VICAR’S LETTER.

Ely Consistory Court yesterday, the Rev. R. W. Close, vicar of St. Matthew’s, lattleport, was charged with sending a grossly improper letter Miss Madeline Mott, the daughter of prominent farmer. The Chancellor said that more disgusting and disgraceful letter had been disclosed i
31 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ALT’S. TO-DAT, at 2 and 8.13, Mr. GEOEGE New Production. THE MAEGIAUE MARkEI, ilasical Play, in 3 nets. MATINEE EVERY

ALT’S. TO-DAT, at 2 and 8.13, Mr. GEOEGE New Production. THE MAEGIAUE MARkEI, ilasical Play, in 3 nets. MATINEE EVERY

SATDIiUAY, at a. Eox Office (Mr. H. W. Anderson) 10. Tel. 201 Ger.
31 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England