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Dee. 31,191 WILY SWIM nN'T WIN HAVE WINTER SALES ? BARGAIN COLLARS THAT WOULD BE WELCOMED, By CLIFFORD HOSKEN. the

Dee. 31,191 WILY SWIM nN'T WIN HAVE WINTER SALES ? BARGAIN COLLARS THAT WOULD BE WELCOMED, By CLIFFORD HOSKEN. the

author complains that men are neglected In the matter of sales, but admits that most men are suspicious of a bargain. IREALLY think we men have a 'good cause for complaint over this affair of winter sales. Why -shouldn't we have winter sales run for us just as our womenfolk have
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAD'V MIRROR LADIES' BOUDOIR,

THE DAD'V MIRROR LADIES' BOUDOIR,

CO LOOll. WHAT IS BEING WORN. SAPPHIRE satin in softly draped folds which billowed into hip panniers was the material of an effective dance gown. Gold lace adorned the corsage and a long gold sash wound twice round the waist and .hung almost to the hem of the skirt, finishing in
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INDIAN RED

INDIAN RED

velour cloth was the charming material chosen by a dainty woman for her winter wrap coat. A deep collar of skunk, with cuffs and pannier edgings to match, made it distinctly attractive.
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WANTS TO BE A SAILOR.

WANTS TO BE A SAILOR.

Peckham's 13• Year-Old Boy Who Went to France and Joined Labour Corps. The wanderings of William George Turner, thirteen, of Peckham, were narrated at Tower Bridge Children's Court yesterday, when the boy was charged with beinc , beyond control. It w 4 custody wanted He s Southa
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

WINTER CLEARANCE - - • The Sale that matters! Begins TO-DAY. The advent of Rebuilding Operations and Extensions to their premises necessitates the speedy clearance of Russells stocks—with but very 1 little regard to their real value. Every purchase will be not only a BARGAIN, bu
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BANDS OF PLUSH

BANDS OF PLUSH

adorned the collar, cuffs and coat hem of the mole-coloured corduroy velveteen tailor-made worn by a dainty shopper. Her small round-shape toque of mole 'nanne to match had an upturned brim of pleated mole moire ribbon. * * CINNAMON BROWN, blue and white stripes displayed themse
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 2 ROMANTIC SEQUEL TO THE PENNANT INQUIRY. Colonel Janson Engaged to Miss G wenda Glubb. BRIDE-ELECT ILL. Her War

Page 2 ROMANTIC SEQUEL TO THE PENNANT INQUIRY. Colonel Janson Engaged to Miss G wenda Glubb. BRIDE-ELECT ILL. Her War

Services—Drove Motor- Ambulance in Russia. There is a romance following upon the Douglas-Pennant inquiry. Colonel Janson and Miss Gwenda Glubb, the daughter of Major-General Sir F. Glubb, are engaged to be married. The wedding was originally fixed for yesterday, but it was defer
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" PASSING OUT."

" PASSING OUT."

Coroner on the Phrase That Was Said So Often by Captain Coombs. The Coroner : You refused it ?—I did not think he was suitable. Witness added that Captain Coombs telephoned to his daughter on Boxing Day, about seven o'clock in the evening. Witness was away at the time, but she t
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARE WE BETTER OFF?

ARE WE BETTER OFF?

WE are told that the old-time pantomime, with its red-nosed comedian and rollicking chorus song, is dead. This much-abused form of entertainment is being succeeded by a crop of so-called fairy plays, some of them " high brow " and pretentious and most of them lacking in humour.
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARTICLES FOR DISPOSAL

ARTICLES FOR DISPOSAL

ACHESTERFIELD Settee and 2 Larg e Club Di van Lounge Easy Chairs, complete, 25 guineas, quite unsoiled and equal to new; 9 Sets of these and 120 other Settees and Easy Chairs, removed from West End Club in liquidation; specification as follows: Adjustable end Chesterfield Settee
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England