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ENGLANDS DAVIS CUP VICTORY

ENGLANDS DAVIS CUP VICTORY

The British Isles qualified for the final of the preliminary tournament in connection with the Davis lawn tennis cup V Wimbledon yesterday, by winning the Franco- Bntish tie. There was promise of a great finish to the rubber bel7een countries. »’ut it d.d not materialise, for Ma
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR, JULY 15, 1914 LORD LISBURNE’S BEAUTIFUL CHILIAN BRIDE. Mile. Elita de Bittencourl Lord l.isburne New portrait of

THE DAILY MIRROR, JULY 15, 1914 LORD LISBURNE’S BEAUTIFUL CHILIAN BRIDE. Mile. Elita de Bittencourl Lord l.isburne New portrait of

the bride-elect To-morrow the Earl of I.isbtirne will married Mile, Bittencourt, the beautiful daughter of Don Julio Bittencourf, attache to the Chilian l.egation in London. The Earl, whose title is years old, is twenty-two, and his fiancee nineteen. Mile. Elita de Bittencourt,
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LORD BRASSEY’S FRIEND, YESTERDAYS BRIDE. Woodbine Parish mmßf ML,.. Lord Brassey greets little friend at the garden party given by

LORD BRASSEY’S FRIEND, YESTERDAYS BRIDE. Woodbine Parish mmßf ML,.. Lord Brassey greets little friend at the garden party given by

Lord and Lady Jersey in their beautiful grounds at Osterley yesterday. . N m r \\ ,. '■ I v <r K wm K |'~'-1 , V :, Lord Jersey hands the Queen’s prize to Elizabeth Whitehead as the girl who best carried out the motto, “Be good, do good.” —(Daily Mirror photographs.) Ik ' Miss E
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Vitality

Vitality

Iron ‘Jellolds’ Every muscle, every fibre, every cell in the body is instinct with vitality, but this vitality is continually being expended and must continually renewed. This revitalising the whole body it the duty of the blood, and it will therefore be seen how important it is
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Eczema

Eczema

MRS. ELLEN DYER. Lake’s Lane, Beaconsfield, writes: “When our baby Laura was month old I eczema broke out in clusters red pimples, which itched I so much had to keep the f child’s hands gloved to prevent her from scratching. Cadum stopped the itching at once and in a couple of w
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The flret lunch at the new dining centre for workffirle which was opened at 97f Upper Konninston-tane, yeeterday. Two M.P.e, Sir Stephen Colline and Mr. Donald Maclean, were preeent at the ceremony. The meal* coet from a penny to sd.

The flret lunch at the new dining centre for workffirle which was opened at 97f Upper Konninston-tane, yeeterday. Two M.P.e, Sir Stephen Colline and Mr. Donald Maclean, were preeent at the ceremony. The meal* coet from a penny to sd.

The lunch at the new dining centre for workffirle which was opened f Upper Konninston-tane, yeeterday. Two M.P.e, Sir Stephen Colline and Mr. Donald Maclean, were preeent at the ceremony. The meal* coet from a penny to sd. scraps of literature. And Edgar, being thought fill man,
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Owes his Splendid Health to Mellin s Food. The eleven months old son of Mrs. W. Neill (Edinburgh) offers one

Owes his Splendid Health to Mellin s Food. The eleven months old son of Mrs. W. Neill (Edinburgh) offers one

more striking illustration of the benefits of Mellin’s Food. Thousands of testimonials from all parts of wor ld can be cited to the same effect. Mellin’s Food builds up strong, healthy bodies and sound constitutions.
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mellins Food

Mellins Food

1(9. OXFOBB STREET LONDON. W. A Sam|'le bottle of Food, sufficient prove its value, together with an handbook for mothers, 1 The Care of infants,” sent free on request. Mention paper and address Sample Department, MELLIN’S FOOD. LTD., PECKHAM, LONDON, S.E, ARM Co., td(First Floo
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KEEP THIS RECIPE. “FUDROPS" JUNKET. {Fttdrojn Coloured Flavourinjt.) Warm half pint of mHli, add to It a tearpoonful of U

KEEP THIS RECIPE. “FUDROPS" JUNKET. {Fttdrojn Coloured Flavourinjt.) Warm half pint of mHli, add to It a tearpoonful of U

. half a toaspoonful of FUOROPS.” apricot or honoy. Whan tot. put a little whipnod cream top. ■' Fudrops ’* dolicions flarourings* are sold by all Grocers, etc. (64d. per bottle), by K. f. JAY and Co.. 222, Dover-street. 8.E., post free, who will enclose gift recipe file for kit
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England