Soldier Man May Go Close in Chief Leicester Event VOITURETTE THE DAY’S HAP Play On, who is owned and trained Mr. J. Russell, will attempt to gain his sixth successive victory at Leicester to-day. He has been remarkably consistent this season, but to day ii looks as if he is goin
Two Months’ Imprisonment For Dublin Republican There was “scene” the Dublin Court yesterday when two Repnblicanf - sent to jail for refusing to recognise the The incident arose out of charge l against young man who wore an Easter UKand who refused to give his name and add re;-.
Walked Into Canal During Fog Two Lancashire girls, Mary Roach, of Leigh, and Elsie Cleworib, of Astley, fell into the Manchester ship canal while walking along the towpath at Leigh late on Sunday night during a thick fog. The girls were accompanied Thomas Clark, of Lowton. Throe
BELFAST NATURAL HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, In OLD MUSEUM BUILDINGS, College Sq. N., THIS EVENING 8 |),m. MR Ht’ J,A\VLOR, M■ A .. M H.1. A. , WILL iloliver PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS, Jed ' THE SCICIETY: ITS PAST, PRESENT AND HOPES FOR THE FUTURE.” Admission Free. - GREAT MISS
A circus story brings all the thrills and tension an animal trainer’s life to the Imperial this week. is “The Big Cage,” a well made picture without frills, which sticks resolutely its purpose in presenting a magnificent circus act with fine showmanship and enough sentiment to m