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Henry Rider Haggard
Birth: June 22 1856
Death: May 14 1925
Parents: William Meybohm Rider Haggard and Ella Doveton
Siblings: Ella Doveton, William Henry Doveton, Bazett Michael Doveton, Alfred Hinuber, John George, Andrew Charles Parker, Arthur, Elizabeth Cecelia, Eleanora Mary and Edward Arthur
Partner: Mariana Louisa Margitson
Children: Arthur John (Jock) Rider, Sybil Dorothy (Dolly) Rider, Agnes Angela Rider and Lilias Margitson Rider
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Text:"...Asaociaterl May Rider the died here Sir HenryRiderHaggard was born it Juno lo engaged In government service In South and while a young men iccamc celebrated as a writer of ro nances and talcs of adventure ... works was laid In South where RiderHaggard went In as secretary lo Ihe Governor of He served laler and was one of the officials who hoisted the British flagover lh territoryon Victorias birthday ... the water and It doctors Mils and funeral PelImps a bet ter way In lo tnUo It dally in table A very llttlo answers he pur about 1 part In Nail fuc lories now arc putting up salt Jn this proportion for tiiblo ... and suffering from was taken from his bed by his and a and baptized by Immersion in a bathtub..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Alton, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...five years ago Lytell was divorced from fcvelyn Vaughn the actress in Oc tober 1024 Miss is 26 and Lytell 88 BANKERUPSETS USUAL MODE H RIDERHAGGARD AUTHOR DEAD LONDON May HenryRiderHaggard the author ... VOLUME 228 INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA THURSDAY MAY 14 1025 GRADUATE OF NORMAL DEAD PINCHOT TO ENGLAND Miss Esther wig 251 Pasies Away After Short John R Sowers Dies in Mount O OBITUARY NOTES Funeral ... services for Miss Esther Ludwig 25 daughtero ElizabethVon Alt Ludwig of Johns 1 town whose death occurred Tuesday i night in tho Ludwig home will be jonducted tomorrow afternoon at the cte residence ... in charge of the Rev Ernest A Tappert D minister t of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Private ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...was taken to a private hospital In London where he died Although he achiev ed a world reputation as a maker of fiction It waa known to but few that the real workof Sir H RiderHaggard was in the field of prac ... here today Sir HenryRiderHaggard born at Bridenham Norfolk June 22 ifcSB He engaged In ment service ln South Africa and while a young man became cele brated as a writer of romance and tales ... for feeble minded youth Che governors brother James G Jackson Is superintendent of the nstitution J CELEBRATED ENGLISH WRIT ER OF ROMANCE PASSES AWAY London May the Asso ciated H Rider Hag gard the author died ... concerns died at..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Kokomo, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., for his hooks must havo had a universal circulation. Most of those who always looked forward to a new RiderHaggard romance Will feel that by his death they have lost a friend. Ho gave us of the best ... and also the motion picture fans who see "Broadway Rose." THE WHEAT MARKET RiderHaggard Dead. For the last thirty years at least the name of RiderHaggard has been known In every part of the English ... as boys enjoyed, and which made for the author a lasting reputation. The story goes that one day RiderHaggard was travelling on a train with hia brother who was reading a boy's story book. He borrowed ... the work from his brother, read some part of it. then..."
Date:May 16 1925
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"..., May Press) E. RiderHaggard, distin- guished British novelist, died today the age of 69. Fairmont, W. Va., May (United union miners in the Fairmont coal fields have been ordered to assemble be- fore one ... divorced her husband in 1922 and he tiled a cross bill, al- leging Marie was not his daughter. The estate was thrown into liti- gation in when Corby died without leaving a will. Attorneys for Corby's nephews ... court today. Green alleged In his jury in the lower court trial were improperly given. BABY DIED FROM A BROKEN SKULL estimated tion iu ordci tho estate. FORWARDS GLUE AUTOPSY AGAIN PLACES IN- FANTORIUM ... PROPRIETOR UNDER SHADOW. New York, May fractured skull caused the death of William Winters, oue- month-old baby boarder at Mra, Helen Geisen-Volk's baby farm. Dr. Otto..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Traverse City, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:".... H. RiderHaggard, Author, Dies in London Hospital London.-Sir II. RiderHaggard, author, died here. Sir Rider had been 111 for four months, and recently was taken to a private hospital In London ... , where he died. Although he achieved world reputation as a maker of fiction. It was known to hut few that the real work of Sir II. RiderHaggard was in ihe field of practical agriculture, In which he ... Augustus Lukeman of New York lias been employed as the sculptor of ttie Stone Mountain Con federate memorial by the executive committee. He succeeds Gutzon..."
Date:May 21 1925
Publication:Fayette, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...was of net with a narrow honlton lace border. The bridal bouquet was a spray bunch of white orchids clustered with gardenias and white satin ribbon. H. RiderHaggard, Author, Dies in London Hospital London ... .-Sir H. RiderHaggard, author, died here. Sir Rider had been 111 for four months, and recently was taken to a private hospital in London, where he died. Although he achieved world reputation as a maker ... of fiction, it was known to but few that the real work of Sir H. RiderHaggard was in the field of practical agriculture, In which he gained the highest reputation among experts. Hawkeye..."
Date:May 22 1925
Publication:Bode, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-president State bank division. The convention voted to appropriate RiderHaggard Dies. London. May 14 H. Hid- Haggard, the author, died here to- lay. Sir Rider had been, ill for four months and recently when his ... that the real of Sir H. RiderHaggard was in the field of practical agriculture in which he .sained the highest reputation among experts j fl.OOO for the work of the agriculture committee for the association ... . FREDERICK, MD., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1925. FOURTEEN PAGES TODAY PRICE TWO CENTS, WOMAN, BURNED AT BROODER, DIES AT CITY HOSPITAL Mrs. Edw. Mielke So Badly Injured She Died Six Hours Later. BANKERS' HEAD ... . Mrs. Beulah May Mielke, about 25 years..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...with American produce This seems to be a hard season on writers First came the deatl of Herbert Quick then followe closely the death of Amy Lowell and yesterday was reported th death of H RiderHaggard some ..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Oelwein, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...mother'o side- RIDERHAGGARD. AUTHOU IS TAKEN BY DEATH with regulations, lias notified tlie. association ot his withdrawal from further contests this year, died here today. LONDON, May P.) Sir II. Rider ... INITIATIVE T.ON'DOX. May 14. (A. P.) British government will not at present take the Initiative Sir HenryRiderHaggard was J born at Biaclenham, Norfolk, .Tune i 22, 1835. He engaged in govern- ment sen ice ... of the will of the late Joseph Goldsmith, onc-llme citizen of Lima, who died at Philadelphia at the home of a daughter .Ian 1920. wit filed for record in Hie probate court of Allen-co, Wednesday. Ownership of valuable real ... TRIAL STARTS BEFORE JURY LITTLE BOY..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...-ti'nl lecture tour. II.- win Charlie th" pfyhnlogy of the hobn. of literature and hl.l own rlTi'.-eK a hobo urn! a prir.i- fighter. SIH H. 1UDER HAGGARD. SIR HENRYRIDERHAGGARD. K. B. E.. thu fumouB BrltUh ... COCTUIOXT. ,-svas fascinating. did not re- ..main Indifferent. -It was the begin- fAurevilly is one of the i.ng. o, crisJB. u wag :al fieures m tho 1'tera-j ateil for her by tQ8 death ot Mau_ Barbey D ... - Last "Wednesday. Amy Lowell died suddenly of paralysis at her home in Brookline, Mays. Being- tbo most celebrated of modern American" po- ets, her death has aroused a (Treat deal of comment In literary ... circles. She was 51 years of age and unmar- ried. Her death was quite unexpect-..."
Date:May 17 1925
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...as an attorney. T. 11. on tho Uarr Dili appro- money to reimburse for cattle killed under the Tuberculosis BUI ware on rage EnglisK Writer Produced Many Books. London. May H. RUlcr the died hero to- day. Sir Henry ... day IT. RiderHaggard was one of tho most widely read of pop- ular the.acme of his pop- ular achievement being reached In his novels or the late Solomon's and The scene of of his other most successful ... ejection of tenants except In those crises uhurc the re it unpaid. ArnofiK nthT bills IT. It. the maxi- Stwrn benefit to heirs of policemen firemen killed on active duty at nnd providing- a board of trustees ... Dead Aflor had vainly tried to penetrate the of the snnkcn U. S. S. M. E. which turned turtle and sank in Uie Mississippi river with a ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...tion of grain and other commodities not requiring quick Dave who has Just re turnedfrom spoke on bus Iness conditions in RIDER NOTED AUTHOR PASSES AWAY May Rhlor the died here today Sir RiderHaggard ... hospital where he was placed under the care of Harring Investigation revealed the fact that Lowrle was suffering from a bruise over tho right severe scratches on the right Whether the injuries were the re ..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Sioux City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...Jack Cope of Chicago drop- ped Iho ball. Players were to try to catch it. bill, the wind carried It to the blench era. WELL KNOWN AUTHOR DIES Mny 1-1. Sir Harry RiderHaggard, the author, died today. Sir ... Henry was born at Brad- anlmm, Norfolk, June 22, 1856. lie engaged In government service in South Africa and while a young man became celebrated as a writer of ro- mance and tales of adventure ... with an African background. In Xew York feed about persons ilnlly. THREE ARE KILLED WHEN TRAINS COLLIDE TKHKK IfAUTK, Ind., May 14. Throe persons wore killed and HUV- oral injurqd In a collision between ... Pennsylvania railroad passenger Iraln No. ti, eastbound, and a freight train, near MartcnsvUlo, 111., 10 miles west of here. Those killed were..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., unchanged. Hogs, one thousand sixty, lower, seven to twelve forty. Sheep, fifty, steady, unchanged. NOTED AUTHOR IS CALLED BY DEATH London. Moy RiderHaggard, author, died here lo- dav.' have nau mine state ... this paper to you, I hope our innocent beloved .on heaven will help you find the will .aid in part. The document was executed soon after the to, death and the distracted father placed it in the shoe kept ... by the family. Mr. Csito, in his-will which was translated, asked his widow not to brood over death and laid cmphasir, on the uncertainty of life. "Be he said. MRS. SHEPHERD IS ABSOLVED OF ALL BLAME FOR MURDER ... -------------------------------------t Case of .Williatn Shepherd Is Left Open With Respect to the Death of Mrs. Mc-..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Kingsport, Tennessee, United States of America
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Text:"...In the to make qualifications In that respect were RIDERHAGGARD DIES By Associated Prest May Rider the died Would Shun League In Arms Conference By Attocioted Prett May The American delegation to the League ... organizations met with a Chamber of Commerce A parade like that held last year and which generally accepted as the best held in Adrian in several a memorial service in Monu ment Park and a public memorial service ... Corps are not TO take part in the parade but are o the memorial exercises the at MonumentPark The to ride in The speaker for the day is to be OFFICERS ON CASE Only One or Two Special De livery Letters ... neetinp were Adda Weyland American Louis Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary Lawrence National Graves of soldiers in the several..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Adrian, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...Haggard, the author, died here today. Sir HenryHaggard was born at Bradenham, Norfolk, June 22. 1856. He engaged in government service m South Africa. He was a writer of romances and tales of adventure ... it will not be long position of the properties, a proposal before the world will be without a Saviour and the Saviour will be without a church. H. Eider Haggard, Novelist, Dies J.iondon, May 14.—UP)—Sir H. Rider ... Spast. As lightning is certain death to telephone equipment the flashes from the heavens this week have been the cause of considerable worry on tbe part of officials in charge of the various exchanges ... , by defendants, and remained in the cold, Avet, until his father found him numb and semiconscious, and “almost..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Biloxi, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:".... There Is No Safer Legacy Than Iphai Given py the Guaranteed Income Policy C. B. ANDERSON RIDERHAGGARD DIES IN LONDON LONDON, May 14—-Sir RiderHaggard, the auth6r^;died here today. Sir Henry Hag-K^rd was born ... , the seniors of the school fori ]vtr. Anderson's insurance busin»fs 1926 entertained in a mostrliospi-j y^in now be' cpml:-'tccl along ti.e the afikir was same lines as -v^^^fKis illness suddenly interrupted itJ ... and they will turn to Him, but God is not in the- sinking business. H'.-treats us as intelligent men and women. I find others who have the idea that certainly when old age comes, or death, there will be ¡ something ... '. Guice announced that he bo-came incredulous over..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:"...HAGGARD DIE5JU0ND0N By United Press LONDON, May 14.-Sir H. RiderHaggard, distinguished British novelist, died today at tho age of 69. Tho author died in a hospital hero after a lengthy Illness. He ... was operated on 10 days ago. RiderHaggard was the author of more than CO books, most of thorn novels of ndventuro, with a few texts of a soclalogical nature. "King Solomon's Mines," published In 1885 ... are in a hospital, Muller with broken ribs and internal injuries, and Thorpe with a fractured skull. No change in their condition was expected today, hospital attaches said. Mary Vokes,..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Berkeley, California, United States of America
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Text:"...15.—Sir H. Rider I Haggard, distinguished British novelist, died yesterday at the age of 69 years.Guidance and Reseach Conference! at Chaflfey Union School At- ! tended by Educatorsj RANCHER VANISHES ... arriving all week and there has been no troable» in passing them out at four pounds for 25 cents. l'epperii arc lirini-'iMg ,10 contp a pound; eggplant tlu hìih.». Imperial tomatoes, btaiUif»^', {)ni ... for illegal transportation of liquor, is closely connected with the present case.VOCATIONAl MEET AT ONTARIO SATURDAY President, Mrs. Theodore Ashcroft. Sm H. RIDEIl HAGGARD, BRITISH NOVELIST, DEAD LONDON, May ..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Corona, California, United States of America
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Text:"..., May 11.-Sir R. Rider j Haggard, the author, died here; today.. Sir Henry Kidger Hazard wa» j lwm at. Bradenham, Norfolk, Juno 22, t 1856. He engaged in government, i service in Houth Africa and while ... ,.■ ^fCiXWWu-^*'--"*** At ' « ■ íMi MOKI TWO BAKERSFIELD MORNING ECHOra mi isCALLEO BÏ DEATH Sir RiderHaggard, Creator of Many Popular Works, Dies at Home * H'.y Tli«» AKKOciati-il I'roKfu LONDON ... Rider had been ill for four month» and recently, when his condition became serious, he was taken to j u private hofspitai in London, where; lie died.! Although he achieved a world rep-[ illation ... and possemen to Sacramento, :!7 miles from Auburn, wrecked..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Bakersfield, California, United States of America
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Text:"...Haggard, whose death has been an-j nounced from London, was a versatile, busy and useful ! citizen of much ability and force. He served as a ¡colonial official, was a successful English farmer, a I promoter ... in after it. It's ’ predicted that fifty thousand (jajlons of California sunshine will be used every Saturday night. RiderHaggard Our literary high priests of “sex stuff,” devastating pessimism ... and materialism, or so-called realism, would 1 doubtless rate H. RiderHaggard as a poor creature 1 beneath their notice, yet it may be that some of his work will be read long after theirs has been forgotten ... tales that made the interior of Africa a land of dreanrs, imagination and romance as well as of hair-raising adventure. ..."
Date:May 22 1925
Publication:Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America
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Text:"...divorce the proposed arms control hoard from the League of Nations. Sir H. RiderHaggard, prolific author of “She and other famous novels, died at the age of sixty-nine ears in a private hospital in London ... following a long illness. I hi Religious and i j Fraternal Circles j Mothers Star legion. The regular monthly meeting of the Service Star Legion will be held In th*»ir hall in the City building. Thursday ... evening. May 28. Ill connection with the meeting a Memorial service will he conducted in memory of members of the Service Star Legion who have passed away during the year. An appropriate and titling program ... Fischer And TnAllípC TA Accept*«! By Troop Commit - j leenian Whltla ♦ SHENANGO VALLEY e X!..."
Date:May 16 1925
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...said. H. RIDERHAGGARD, ROMANCE WRITER, DIES IN ENGLAND LONDON, May 1-4.-‘(By A. P.) — Sir H. RiderHaggard, the author, died here today. Sir HenryHaggard was born at Bradenham, Norfolk, June ‘-2, lS5o ... (.'‘rime. OFFICER KILLED IN 1923 Victim, Kenneth Thompson, Declared to Have Been Slain. a;H- I pastor of the First Methodist church of the tribesmen, the statement}rendered by the Monroe Grotto band, 200 ... proj-' self sultan and caliph at Fez from | Mrs. Neva Liner delivered the next coming true. General Count De i address of welcome on behalf of the Othal Salisberry Meets Instant Death During Thunder ... Storm. . Othal Salsberry, aged 12..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America
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Text:"...in the appara^ In the church.CHORUS OF LIONS DESERVING OF FIRST PRIZEVOCATIONAL MEET AT ONTARIO SATURDAY SIR RIDERHAGGARD, BRÍTISH NOVELIST, DEAD LONDON, May 15.—Sir H. RiderHaggard, distinguished British ... novelist, died yesterday at the age of 69 years. tus. .The warrant n^med two John Doe, defendants, renters of the ranch, who have not yet been apprehended. It Is understood that the name of C. J. Spellman ... 'i ¡irrivii'», all wet-k and there ha.«^ lut ii no tMjuble iii passing them out at foui tioniids for cents. Tepi)erv ¡»re lirinti:if :'0 -iiii ; a pound; c^giiUint tbe •^imn. '.nii)(-r!al tomatoes, iicautie ..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Corona, California, United States of America
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Text:"...Haggard* Noted Author, Dead In London tAmnclatcd Pros* Lcnaod Wire] TjQNDON,. May 14.-Sir H. Itider Haggard, tho author, died here today.-�---� � - Sir HenryRiderHaggard was born at Urndenham, Norfolk ... to 1924 scarcely a year passed without tha publica-tlon,of a novel by him. In his day II. RiderHaggard was one of the most-widely,read of popular novelists. The novelist wasvTcnighted in 1912:.'In 1905 he ... Shaw, a wounded and shell-shocked war veteran, to the gallows* Mrs. Ayres saw her brother seize a saber TrmJ-Htiflrtlreiirla-therto death: Sbe-| will be a witness lor the state. expunging the letter ... "rij!i� paused Wlr�}..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...on the north. Noted British Author Passes By Associated Press. London, May 14.—6lr H. RiderHaggard, the author, died herb day. Ti lo- MRS, SHEPHERD IS CLEARED BY JURY Not Implicated In Mc-Çlmtock Deaths. By As ... ; ahown « bit time and' everybody, wa* ‘Ucklad te death.‘ with the en-tartalnnMnt wa «ave them. “There ara tw^'men here who de-aarve tka sfaatdat pr*tn and the greater part of the credit for the auccena ... much work in the past in these directions, which, is the foundation on which we are building our jpreseht program of expansion. 3 Killed In 7 tain Wreck By, Associated Press. Terre Haute, Ind.. May 14 ... .—Three persons were killed and several Injured when Pennsylvania passen ger train No. 6. due here at 6:30 o’clock,'..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...'n.y\vr Bonlnu ln«t LIQUOR IS GOING UP IN ATLANTIC COAST CITIES Rum Runners Transfer Their Activities to Point« .\kne the Pacific Coast LONDON, 'May 14. RiderHaggard, tho here today. í;P)—Str H. author, died :e ... ^rnment to ('ier-many’s proposal for a sei^^irity pact be commun lrat#»d today to the governments of all the alllis. It was a'nnounced. Forty-four babies have died whlJ«' Inmate» of the baby farm of Mr«. GelBen ... by Governor Miriam A. Ferpuson Wednuday. at the request of H. A. Wroe,* trustee. MOSCOW. May 14. —Seven persons were killed and 17 Injured by th# derailment yesterday of a pas-sf^nger train about 60 mlleR from ... Mopcow. The train -nas bound for Sebrzh, on the I-ntvian border. ERIE. Pa., May 14.—-Two men were ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... " Opposition develops to Ford buying 400 steel shipping board ve/jsels. Abby Rockefeller, richest heiress, weds "poor" lawyer. LATE NEWS FLASH E S LONDON, May 14-Sir H. RiderHaggard, distinguished British ... novelist, died today at the age of 69/, The author died In a hospital here after a lengthy Illness. He was operated on ten days ago. ROME, May 14- Searching Rome for communist plotters, police today raided t ... , to death, on a lonely road vnear here last night, Richard Lawrence, superintendent of the government free bath house, walked into the city early today and committed suicide in a hotel room. MIDDLEBURY, Vt ... stolen the gun lie carried, when he "kidnaped" 11 year old Lucille Chatterton. The jury was..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...the mer cantile tax RIDERHAGGARD May Hlder the died here Sir Itlder had been ill for four months and recently when his condition became serious he was taken to a private hospital in where he he achieved ... a world reputation as a maker ol it was kuown to but few that the real work of Sir RiderHaggard was in the field of practical agri ill wliich he gained the highest reputation among To Undergo I Harry ... to a state The commission is to or forest tree The not later than July Attitude of American Legion On Matter is Also Be ing Killed by Engine While Backing Horse off Track Isaac Sykes Thrown Against locomotive ... to Killed Saving he wanted to save his faithful horse and stepped to the animals look hold of..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"....Markhanna had told about him. so the justice was Informed. Sir H. RiderHaggard Dead. (Hy the As.) London, Mky 14.-Sir H. Rider I Haggard, author, died here today. Demand For Canine Fat For Cure Fast ... highway from St. Joseph, Mo., to Kort Worth, Texa.s. an automobile ' raravan �stimated at ten miles in length, bands playing, flags flying, floats passing and formal and informal programs of felicitation ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...the scientists of America are "dishonest scoundrels" who are afraid to tell their beliefs and "burrow in the ground and steal away the faith of our children." H. RiderHaggard, Author, Dies in London Hospital ... London.-Sir U. RiderHaggard, author, died here. Sir Rider had been ill for four months, and recently wns taken to a ] private hospital in London, where he j died. ! Although he achieved world reputa ... of President Lowell of Harvard: Sir HenryRiderHaggard, celebrated English writer of tales of romance and adventure; Herbert..."
Date:May 21 1925
Publication:Postville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...w ns damaged Phe injured man was to hii home RIDERHAGGARD The King's Message of Sympathy The following of sympathy In the death ol Sir Didor Haggard teon by iho King desires mo tc ex press his ... rt p mid nu r out u home to recover the cost from io lli i U r d to i mke a un the finm I of lo U tilled I iil till inc I be m itU Hit i t I u POWDER EXPLOSION Alen Killed 1 in nn i Uu ... In hla re- of and shipping on that the in building continues An tigly feature of the lio added comn Into this wook by Uit up In indefinitely of thi Uity of and tht Anchor liner FLYING OFFICER KILLED Air ... Ministry regrets to that at a result of an Upavon borough Wiltshire to a Oa of No 1 Trill ill in at 3 M pm on Brown Morgan Navy Flying All the pilot of tho craft..."
Date:May 16 1925
Publication:Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
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Text:"...said. "I have shaken hands with King George and Jack Dempsey." RIDERHAGGARD, FAMOUS AUTHOR, DIES IN LONDON Was Prolific Writer of Fiction but Also an Expert in Agri- cultural Field H, RiderHaggard ... was in the field of practical agriculture, in which ho gained tlio highest reputation among experts. In his day H. RiderHaggard was one of the most widely read of popu lar novelists. The novelist was knighted ... , the author, died here Thursday. Sir Hen ry Elder Hagard was born at Braden- ham, 22. 1856. igaged in government service in South Africa and while a young man became celebrated as a writer of ro- mances ... - came serious, he was taken to a prl vato hospital in London, where he ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Appleton, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...it to and this af ternoon he went out with Alderman Ulrich s warrant to arrest Bills on a cbarge ofjnanufaauring Sir RiderHaggard Died In London Today to by United Today Sir Rider distinguished British nov died ... today at the age of 6D The author died In a hospital here after a lengthy He was operated on 10 days WOODWARD CASE IN HANDS OF JURY Spccla to News by United Press Today The case of Earle alleged excon ... for this morning to spend several days visiting Michael Leahy and chil Chester and of 705 V7alnut left for Steelton this morning to attend the funeral of a of Read passed through here on her way to to spend the day ... Willow street left fpr this morning to attend the ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...London May H RiderHaggard the author died here to day Sir Henry Kider Haggard hum at UradtHiham Norfolk Jane ti IXiifi He engaged in govern ment service hi South Africa while a young man became cele ... substantial returns in that of raising 425 acres of pumpkins i siiuashes and cucumbers for seod Mr Held returned to Phoenix i Arizona lant night where he of the Salt RIDERHAGGARD ENGLISH AUTHOR DIES IN LONDON ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Greater Las Vegas, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"..., will sit in "a box of honor." AUTHOR DIES London, May -14-Sir Henry of law: at Ken, i RiderHaggard, the author, died VAT1 11 Afro tsml- 'the last five years, today. BANDITS HOLD UP PAYMASTER TODAY f ... was speeding 50 miles :xn hour ivhen a wheel on the rear "coach broke and threw it over on its side. Ames was caught under the wreck- age. He was rescued by fcl- low trainmen and rushed to a hospital ... , 0., May Forest Lay- man, 19, accidentally shot through the neck and spinal chord by his school chum, Cleatis Appleman last Saturday afternoon, near New Lex- ington? died in city hospital her ... mem- bers of the train crew were report- of the West Virginia-Pittsburg killed and seven..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...of Nations. Sir H. RiderHaggard, prolific author of "She1' and other famous novels, died at the age of sixty-nine years in a private hospital in London following a long illness MANACLED CONVICTS OWEN D. YOUNG ... H. RIDERHAGGARD. Former Representative Harry E. Hull, of Iowa, has been ap- pointed Corryni-ssioner General of Immigration Mme Maria Jentza, opera pnnia donno, who had several tirmy tilts ... LONCDCXN r-cna, Mav IB -j Officials here are today endeavoring to learn the Identity of a man ship ped at Haven on Wednesday j b> the fishing schooner M J Fltz-' Simmons Oreenport, Ixing Island who died last ... was taken suddenly sick and Cap- tain Monsell ran In to the miiniol pal wlrarf here and..."
Date:May 16 1925
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"...designed chiefly for war would only lead to difficulties without achieving useful OBITUARY Sir RiderHaggard The death is May announced of the negotiate with France on mutual THE FRENCH IN MOROCCO Moors ... chief among which are She and King Solomons Born at Bradenham in at 19 HenryRiderHaggard to South Africa as secretary to Sir Henry Governor of At the time of the first an nexation of the Transvaal he ... ng the French Governments pro test against his speech at a meeting of Chinese residents of Paris after the death of Sun GOLD STANDARD BILL Passed by House of Lords May The House of Lords today pass ed ... May Over a hundred Europeans and many Indians are suffering from Three Europeans have Extra doctors..."
Date:May 16 1925
Publication:Shanghai, Shanghai, China
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Text:"...of Sixty-nine (A. H. Rider died here ill for four Haggard, the .author, Thursday. Sir Rider had been months and recently when his con- dition became serious he was taken to a private hospital in London ... that ocated. n special uix of-net more some time iri the mountain states. ty> Su fn han -10 per cent of the cost such j Sir HenryRiderHaggard was born nprovoraent-. not lo exceed j at Brandenham, Norfolk ... the legislature, within fhe days: T- x' i- ni- TT. "A- complete list of all officials or I'aniOUS IVovellSt III for Past employes in the department who have SIR RIDERHAGGARD DIESTHDRSDATAT Four Months at Age ......"
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:La Crosse, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...- "Is my face flushed- gination?" "Well-I don't know is not flushed." -but your face F6�. a of h i l k aw* uvon deTTiNC HOHE 'jmscoO�.r_� that London, May 15.-Sir. H. RiderHaggard, the author, died here ... Thursday. Sir HenryRiderHaggard was born at Bradenham, Norfolk, June 22, 1856. He engaged in government service in South Africa and while a young man became celebrated as a writer of romances and tales ... , the being paid to Clifford Ftigate who re-being pai dto Clifford Pugate who received the record breaking sum of $2.40, which he no doubt earned. RIDERHAGGARD, NOVELIST TAKES LAST ADVENTURE Relieve Coughs ..."
Date:May 22 1925
Publication:Harrison, Arkansas, United States of America
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Text:"...London, May 14 Sir H. RiderHaggard, the author, died here today. Sir Rider had been ill for four months and recently when hla condition became serious he was taken to private hospital in London vhere he ... died. He was 69 old. Although he achieved a worrit-wide reputation as a maker of fiction it was known to but few that the real of Sir H. RiderHaggard was la the field of practical agriculture in which ... or killed. CHARLES W. DOMER DEAD Former Countlsn Explrea In Hospital After Trip. Charles W. Domer, formerly of Ca- toctin Furnace, died very suddenly at the Philadelphia General ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...to the International Conference on Arms and Munitions Traffic Control at Geneva, presented an amendment which may divorce tbe proposed arms control board from the League of Nations. Sir H. RiderHaggard, prolilic author ... of "She" and other famous novels, died at the age of sixty-nine ears iu a private hospital in London following a icae illness. PINCHOT SIGNS VENUE BILLS TANK ARE ADDED HeHuction of Tax on Bequests Reds ... to the death of Judge A. W. Duff. Terms of Judges Raymond Mao Xtille and B. H. Rinshaw, appointee. Philadelphia municipal court, also ex- pire. v i-' the, boys and girls get their summejrlow-cuts. .'V ;M' K ... Hayward, a nieco of Mrs. Towns, is missing and is believed to have been abducted.' Mrs. Towns is in a ..."
Date:May 20 1925
Publication:Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...the j Circulation Department of The i Chronicle Te'ecrr.m ir.rJicct.nc how many wanted. Phone 2315, fcefcre 12 o'clock Safrrday. BRITISH At THOR DIES LONDON. Mary RiderHaggard, 59, tbe authsr, died here ... . B. C. OHIO, THUKSDAY, MAY 14, 1925 DECIDED west port.ou. PRICE 2 CENTS EE KILLED, SIX AND OHIO WRECKS Premier Stanley Baldwin Asserts Question Is One for League of Opposes Britain Taking Initiative ... place May 21. Pre-assembly activities -will be- Igin next Tuesday with Evangelis- jtic meetings. The council wil rneet next Wednesday night. TERRE HAUTE, Ind.. May 14. trainmen were killed and five others ... expense incurred by pro- dsions of the Lifp Bill, passed the last statd legislature. It vas stated that the club now ex- >ends a year in distrib- iting plates. Peace at Rldgevilte is in Memo- lal ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...AUTHOR DIES Ijondon, May 14.-Sir H. RiderHaggard, the aulhoj-, died here today. �' r � Manchurian Leader Said to be Heading Soldiers To-, ward Peking But Some Expect No Fighting. Assiii iatcd Cress ... . rLEHDIMTir Sir HenryHaggard was born at Bradenham, Norfolk, .lune 22, IS.'ii;. He engaged in government service in South Ofrlca. lie was a writer of romances and tales of tulvenlurc with African backgrounds ... a good living during his productive years and provide certain security for the non-productive years of hlsi old agfi." "Our chlld|'en toda^' are passing througli our ediicationnl systems practically ... SHOOTS SWEETHEART AND ENDSOWN LIFE Assoltated Press. Hot Springs, Ark., May 14.-After having shot and killed..."
Date:May 14 1925
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Text:"...H. RiderHaggard, the author, died here to- day. Sir HenryRiderHaggard horn at Bradenham, Norfolk, June 22, 1868. He engaged in govern- ment service in South Africa .and while a young man, became ... -ep herd ot complicity in the affair b. failing to return an indictmen against her. The coroner's jury recently re turned a verdict recommending that she be held as an accessory ii the death oE both ... was to the effect that his brother, Ellsworth Kern, was atoout six feet tall and weighed about 165 pounds at time he died of the gunshot wound. He was 39 years old. Bell is not quite as tall and not so heavy, tire ... to have seen in con- nection with tha events that led up to the ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...found by a special committee of the Boston Chamber of Commerce, which to- day made pubhc a report of II. liouVoi V. London, May N S Sir HenryRiderHaggard, the author, died here today. RiderHaggard ... and Afforestation, 1906-1911. RiderHaggard also travelled around the world as a member of the dominions royal commission from 1912 to 1917. -------------o Wore No Decorations Berlin. May X. President Hindenburg ... ." and others The question of price still remains be settled. O'Connor indicated f 11 a t i I v lilUiUulUlt from the scene of the shooting that the government would not split and accompanied it to the hospital ... of Pittsburgh department was badly injured..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Olean, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...and asked that the chief executive order a special grand jury investigation of the case. H. RiderHaggard, Author, It Dead London, May the Associated.) Sir H. RiderHaggard, the author, died here today. "Baby ... crossing in Hamilton, Septem- ber 29, 1933. DOROTHY ROARK DIED ON THURSDAY MORNING Dorothy Roark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Albert .Roark died nt the _ _ borne of her parents, 201 Cereal lice Wednesday ... . avenue on Thursday al a. m. at-------------------- the ago ot two, years nnd eight months.. She leaves to mourn her loss, the father, Albert Roark, tho mother, Mrs. Ellen ROark, one broliher, one Sster ... and her grandparents. Funeral services will be..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...and County Newspaper) TWO LITERARY FIGURES Literature loses two outstanding figures in the death of Sir RiderHaggard and Amy Lowell. The one a novelist, the other a poet and critic of worth had a large ... and although she trod out new paths in poetry, her work attracted wide attention where English is read. RiderHaggard belonged to the romantic school of novel- kits. His vogue was not as great toward the 'close ... case of American gogettum is the diagnosis suggested by the meager three-line item. HEALTH Montana has just been found to be the "healthiest" state in the Union, its death rate being only 7.8 per year ... per 1000 population. But don't hasten to Montana. For the secret of the death rate lies in the birth rate, which is the..."
Date:May 18 1925
Publication:Bismarck, North Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"...' ENNY PRICE Fim FKONTAvjtl FOB. SALE 100 tcoT 1 'Copyright. 1P2S. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS U Chicago than by coming dowu here to talk us on public safety. to RIDERHAGGARD, DISCOVERER. Sir H. RiderHaggard ... to be able to do so safely, if both he and the motorist are careful. Coroner "Wolff, also bays that in Cook county's huge toll of life in six months only three children weie killed while playing on the streets ... . "Of the persons killed b> automobiles in the United States iu 1924." he says. were children. The over- whelming majority 'of tliese were killed while en- gqged in running errands or going to or from ... , the author, who died in London Thursday, is said to have been a great..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Davenport, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...April last year, the census bureau today announcedi LONDON, May H. RiderHaggard, the author, died here to- w.ll meet tomorrow o'clock, ar the home Free Green street The meeting will he bv Mrs J M Oakey ... (By The ARUociatfld Press) TERRE HAUTE. Ind., May 14. Three persona are reported killed and several injured in a co'.lision between Pennsylvania Railroad passenger train No. 6 eastbound and a freight ... train near Martinsvile, Ills., 16 milea west of here. Those killed were Dan Walsh and industries. George H. Muench. both engineers, ing featured by the appearance of D. B. Ryland of Richmond, secretary ... he described of the or- as larger TfcO FMMI NEW YOHK. May tlutt Toohey, 18 old. wan held by the hods and dashed a wall at o baby hospital conducted by Mrs. Helen GeLscn-Volk...."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Danville, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"...Rockefeller is apparent to the groHlest family fortune in the RIFFIAN INVADERS PUNISHED BY FRENCH In Series of Operations All But LONG ILLNESS FATAL TO ENGLISH AUTHOR Sir RiderHaggard Achieved BRITISH ... work ouiccrs as n Two Surrounded Outposts are Milton is 25 years old and recently of Sir RiderHaggard was the T Engineers and Firemen land making he sales admitted to the He is field in which VictimJ ... to a members quesi went to the 208 Oldlown i mncs iiu the girl heing picked up i n Mm lit IT rj till in l H n nf i t Uld r Wttll Bul in Ihc evening and made purchases of Associated May Rider Hag the died here ... Sir Rider had been ill for four months and recently when his condi tion became serious he wns taken to a private hospital in Lomlon..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Cumberland, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...By Associated press LONDON May H RiderHaggard the author died today Sir Henjy RiderHaggard was born on June 22 1855 He was engaged in the government service in South Af rica and while a young man became ... for the central office but did not specify itbe appointed by the league TERRE HAUTE May 14 Three persons were killed and several injured in a Pennsylvania wreck when passenger train No G crashed into a derail near ... in naval circles as recognition of excep tional ability Lieut Lawbaugh was graduated from tho naval academy in 1919 He coached the Pacific fleet football team last year MAN KILLED 8Y TRAIN IN ROOKY ... MAKANDACURVE Late this afternoon efforts to iden tify a man killed by passenger train No..."
Date:May 14 1925
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Text:"...somebody is likely to have to pay a stiff fine the jjudge declared HOMELESS DUE TO GREAT FIRES IN JAPAN SIR RIDERHAGGARD DIES IN LONDON London May Henry Rid er Haggard the author died here tday He was 69 ... BOUND OVER TO THE SUPERIOR COURT Carl Canty Held in Bonds of on Charge of Passing Worthless Checks oso as it hoard iioiip 20 Items HA compliance with the wardens ion 20 items aggregating were grouped ... be taken to pre of passing worthless checks A few weeks ago Canty was arrested in Waterbury on the charge ol attempt ing to pass a worthless check for at the Lake Drug store At that time when arraigned ... that congress ol enforcement of and operating the approximately it is highly unlike will exceed that NAUGATUCK YOUNG MAN INJURED IN AUTO..."
Date:May 14 1925
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Text:"...THURSDAY EVENING Cribune MAY 14, 1925 KIT ITIQ1 Death Stills Famous Pen SIR H. RIDERHAGGARD, who died in London today. He one of the noted c-f his books having .gained popularity in the "eighties ... . SALT LAKE CITY, May B. Lamb, 39, Salt Lake architect, and five times holder of the Utah state amateur golf title and one year Southern California, died here following an operation for appendicitis. He ..."
Date:May 14 1925
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Text:"...reported from north oCthe Blade river this year NOTED BRITISH AUTHOR DIES IN LONDON TODAY En Associated Press May Rider Hag the died here Sir HenryRiderHaggard was bor at June 1S5G He engaged in government ... for 2 hours ending at 12 oclock noon to minimum for the same per ixpected to Act This Week on Signing Kircher Measure to Give Roads By Associated Press May hearing on the archer passing in the closing ays ... the government boat Norman turned over in the Missis sippi near causing the death of more than a score of people Tom negro proved himself a Through his efforts at least 20 persons were carried to safety in his ... on the part of the British at this time would not be SUICIDES AND LYNCHING LISTED By Associated ress Hot May having shot..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...Agriculturist Rider th died here May It t 1 Sir HenryRiderHaggard was born inS some form of to il elevator fn June tniders here In an effort to stiiuui an1 a11 ll1Vl raoro acres Ho engaged In government service ... debate on ihf main budget mo tion had bcfn the lory of the Canadian no debate on the amendment was of on RiderHaggard Dead any practical for v Celebrated British Author Was Also of Icv Expert ... late President Harding Memorial courteous good which takes i miuie aUU tea by Umwlt the window of his Wfln hmffer nc ot l Pronpr V 4J JllVJUt II L the window of his He wan serv ihan WW rpqnirtd de ing ... to build a memorial to the President War mi Harding in Stanley..."
Date:May 21 1925
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Text:"...RESORT TO USE OF ARTILLERY AND REBEL LOSSESJYERE SEVERE Only Two French Outposts Now Re main Encircled by the Enemy Chnmbrun Supervising Op erations on Northern RiderHaggard British Novelist Died Today ... United Press Dispatch May Kldcr Uag distinguished nulllsli died today at the age of The author died In a hospital hero af ter a lengthy lie was oper ated on ten days COULD USE CRAFT IN HIS FOR EIGN JURY ... Header Topple Ovc None of Passengers Were Towa May Joe Is seriously ill homo with rabies Infection i United Press Dispatch May Three IVrre Haute men were killed ami four Injured oped excellently and Hie ... thrush bite of a She was w ten over Iwo weeks ago and when the hand began to 1 swell the animal was ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Oskaloosa, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., presented an amendment which maj divorce the proposed arms control board from the League of Nations. Sir H. RiderHaggard, prolific author of "She" and other famous novels, died at the age or sixty-nine years ... la a private hospital in London following a long Illness. hi Religious I Fraternal Circles Mothers Star lesion. The regular monthly meeting of the Service Star Legion will be hold In their hall ... in the City butld- Mc-! ing. Thursday evening. May 2S. Common were special features of in connection with the" meeting the meeting. E. P. Monnozzl of Memorial service will be conduct- Mrs. Edna RIcer. The next ... passed away dur- social committee consisting of Mrs. ljng tne year An appropriate and Stella McCleary, Ada Offutt..."
Date:May 16 1925
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...quota RiderHaggard the author died here i today APRON SALE Women of the Chrislian church will hold a sale of ladies and chil drens Aprons at Ihe Hotel Conrad Saturday May CASE CONTINUED will he paid ... is thought that he may find favor if able to handle the guns out oC the garrison of 50 men and two French officers All the others have been serJously wounded or killed PftTRIOTIC UNITS PHEPMKTOPH ... it does not the issue will thrown into open trial before the entire assembly TEHRB HAUTE May 11 persons arc reported killed and several injured in a collisi n be Pennsylvania Railroad Las scnger Train Xo 0 ... oaslbound and a freight train near Marlinsviliu JU miles west of here Those killed were Dau Walsh aud Jeorge Mueuch both engineers and William man fireman Two engines pulling Uio..."
Date:May 14 1925
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Text:"...OF JURIES THREE DIE IN WEEK In one week the literary world was de- prived of three of its important luminaries. Miss Amy Lowell, Herbert Quick and H. RiderHaggard passed away within a space of seven days ... successful or not, of themselves always arouse contempt for the act. It is only death that brings its dignity to the self murderer and robs the act of its derisive quality. To all alike death brings calm ... of an un- known unfortunate who had drowned herself. And the sum of it all is the pa- thetic line, "All that is left of her now is pure womanly." Death had covered her ,with its mantle of charity. VERDICT ... in these two supreme efforts of H. Eider Haggard. His death may revive interest in them. If it does the cloyed fic- tion..."
Date:May 22 1925
Publication:Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"...25 years. He Is a graduate of the University of Dresden. RiderHaggard Is Dead In London Clnternational Service) LON'DON, May HenryRiderHaggard, the author died here -today. He was 69 years old ... -washed the Yankees, limiting :hem to three bingles and, six fouls. Only two New York players reached second and they -died of lonesome- neas. Score, Chicago Yankees The debut of Pitcher Fran-! cis with the Red' Sox ..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... DEATH OF H. RIDERHAGGARD Thirty years ago H. Rider Hag- gard who died Thursday was the outstanding author of the day. His books were read 'by every one who took an interest in novels. His most popular ... . .Escort 'the youngest to thus personally, teaching the hazards of the streets. The year'is giving encouragement to all who base the future on the welfare of the; farmer. 'Of persons killed by au- tomobiles ... to the United States in 5700 were said Cor- wner Wolff in his warning. 'The Overwhelming. majority of these were, killed while en- In running errands -or going Jto and from school. In Cook county's thuge tool ,f ... or six months, only three were killed while playing Sn the streets. 'If this..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"...the train and sis coaches were derailed H. RiderHaggard, Noted Author, Dies la England LONDON, 14 Sir H. RiderHaggard, the author, died today. 306 Main SL 745 Main SL You Only, Or someone authorized by you ... And That Councilor-Cote Picks Man For Mayor To Name; Two-Week Tabling Move Commended XThether George L. Duval, Mayor Delaney's second choice for the posi- tion to fill the vacancy caused by the death of ex-Mayor Henry ... crossing Main street near Prlchard street about 4.45 o'clock yes- terday afternoon, and woke up In the Burbank hospital, suffering from a severe headache caused by a concus- sion. The boy and two ladles were ... . Donovan examined him and sent him to the hospital In the police..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Fitchburg, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...action, which Is bound to attract consider- General -Liam Tobin U miles of our beautiful territory passing into the iiauds ol every kind of in'ciiidin.ji Americans, declwed the The recent death of H. Rider ... Haggard removes the most noted writer of his day. Haggard's special field was South Africa where he spent a number of years and his King Solomon's Mines, She and other works were read by millions. Haggard ..."
Date:May 18 1925
Publication:Ada, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"...'Coruwr, nnn of thq ihlpplpK i Foril plain .to V tho iVe.nscU; rwonp'rUoilIrm fttff to fio of them for compoj'i trade. RiderHaggard, Noted British Nbvolist Dies One-Way frftin L'edvei Tra'ck; 2 Killed, 6 Hurt ... Ihe local at Bethlehem Steel pmy mines surrendered its char- ter and applied for a conference with company officials for ndjusliiig the wages of the workers. FUNERAL HOME OPENING 22-23 The Fayeltevillo ... Funeral Home Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Craig, ir.nnnRCia announce formal opening of Ihe eslcibliflimcnl Friday and Saturday May 22 and 23. The residence usei1 is formerly that of Mr. and Mrs. Charles rjuibury, 117 ... , Uold joint memorial an'd lecoi-ulinn day services at Kvcrgrcen Cemelery, 'decorating graves of de- In KcrurliiK of Jamie- mil ami Sncarl. St. (hi- University of..."
Date:May 14 1925
Publication:Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States of America
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Text:"...soldier with Abd-J31-Krim's men. .SIR H. RIDERHAGGARD, AUTHOR, DIES IN LONDON London, May J4 (AP) Sir H. RiderHaggard, tho author, died here today. Sir HenryRiderHaggard was horn at Hradcnhaiti, Norfolk ... provided trust, funds for all his children to bo drawn upon later in accordance witli their require- ments. Tho bride is :il years old. Mr. Milton is 2S. Ho is the son of David M. Milton ,a lawyer, who died ... , flnsherl through thn hospital grounds nnd tho slnlo fnlr grounds, descended upon Henry Unnsen. who tiart Just relumed from his work nnd was cleaning his nuto- mohtlc, compelled him ni. tho point or a gun ... around the..."
Date:May 15 1925
Publication:Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America
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