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A most wonderful life story, the simple unvarnished tale of the childhood, early struggles, and ultimate success of the great film star told in her own words. Do not miss the long opening instalment in To-Day's " Picture Show," but secure your copy : : , ? .c Ak .,• . s , ~,.•..
November 24, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR PETTITS, Nov. 24, 1919 A real useful and ser- 21/11 viceable Gown. Black and White Check 1

THE DAILY MIRROR PETTITS, Nov. 24, 1919 A real useful and ser- 21/11 viceable Gown. Black and White Check 1

1 7. 5/ 1 1 d . Pretty style in M . ,1 - d 7 s . made of best quality Frock for maids. Winter Practical full-cut Skirt. Coat Frock, finished Smart practical Silky Fast Pile Twill back weight finished new sash, with adaptable collar, square collar, self but- Poplin Frock. as Velv
November 24, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Plain or Twill.

Plain or Twill.

Post Free. Made from the Finest Long Staple Cotton. Every Hotel Proprietor should test these sheets.
November 24, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PERSONAL.

PERSONAL.

OFFICERS' Second-hand Uniforms, Mufti, City, Morning Suits and Dress and Dinner Suits, Jewellery, Boots, Trunks, Underwear, Everything. World's largest secondhand dealers. Wholesale, retail, buying, selling. Outfitting. The best-known firm in the officers' second-hand trade.—Gol
November 24, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 28, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCE GREETS VETERANS.

THE PRINCE GREETS VETERANS.

:~~:~ TWICKENHAM-BRIGHTON SCOOT.—Mr. Roberts, the Food Controller, wearing dark overcoat and light hat, interested in_ the , sUpei-motor scooter before its departure from Twickenham to Brighton. The Prince of Wales reviews and greetS i mufti, some in Service uniform and others i
October 28, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IS _RHOSATISM CURABLE? ' . •

IS _RHOSATISM CURABLE? ' . •

IS _RHOSATISM CURABLE? Doctors say URACE PROVES IT " Yes." Those who suffer from Rheumatism ktiow from experience w they h,iye to urvieno, They tagolifow ilia en. Umatisrn mitladi to cure. Indecd until recently, rhel.m at sin w' - being practically incurable. ficiontists and eci
October 28, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A °' Crowner's " Gratitude.

A °' Crowner's " Gratitude.

County coroners, or at least some of them, have had their salaries increased, and one is good enough to ascribe this reform to my hav- tkOk Miss Sheila Brady, a The Hon. Lady Bailey, rising young soprano. daughter . of Lord Rosswill\ be heard in' Lon- mor ,is ew e don shortly ;
October 28, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INDICESTION

INDICESTION

is rarely due to any organic derangement of the digestive organs, but instead is almost always caused by acidity and food fermentation, which, by irritating and distending the stomach, causes most of the pain and distress variously known as indigestion, flatulence, gastritis and
October 28, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" MAZE" COMPETITION.

" MAZE" COMPETITION.

Do not delay to enter for the interesting "Maze " Competition which was in last Saturday's Daily Mirror. For correct (and neatest) efforts sent in I am offering Thirtyone Splendid Prizes:—First, Five Shillings; Ten Half. Crowns and Twenty Consolation Prizes. Send your effort (st
October 28, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England