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September 27, 1910 What Food shall I give Baby Every mother must sooner or later ask herself this question, and

September 27, 1910 What Food shall I give Baby Every mother must sooner or later ask herself this question, and

in the case of the young mother with her first baby it is one which needs involve a good deal of anxious sideration. Perhaps the nurse is no longer present to offer advice, and, on the recommendation of friends, various foods are tried to see if baby takes kindly to them. Now, i
September 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SELF-TREATMENT EASY.

SELF-TREATMENT EASY.

Sequarine will cure any ailment which produces a weakness of the whole organism. A somewhat more personal means than the Press affords is necessary to explain thoroughly the peculiar properties of their serum, which is now being placed within the reach of all. Hence a book has b
September 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
T GREY FRIARS' SELECTIONS. Newmarket First October Meeting opens to-day with a prospect of entertaining sport. It is evident that

T GREY FRIARS' SELECTIONS. Newmarket First October Meeting opens to-day with a prospect of entertaining sport. It is evident that

many of the races during the week will fall very flat—that is to say, evoke little competition. Mr. L. de Rothschild had scratched all his horses, and now Mr. J. A. de Rothschild follows the example for the current week—the reason in both cases being the death of Lady de Rothsch
September 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INDIGESTION Is the prifeary ot mos: nt the ills to wrlidi we Riot_ WIIELPTON'S VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS arouse the stomach

INDIGESTION Is the prifeary ot mos: nt the ills to wrlidi we Riot_ WIIELPTON'S VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS arouse the stomach

to action. lietwache dies away, Biliousness, Kidney Disorders and skin Complaints disappear Ask for WIIELPTON'S PURIFYING PILLS, remember citere is ♦O PILL =JU I AS GOOD y post 14 stamps. WHELPTON Ye SON. 4. Crane Court. LONDON,
September 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1,244 MORE CHOLERA VICTIMS.

1,244 MORE CHOLERA VICTIMS.

ST. PETERSBURG, Sunday.—Last week, in twenty-two governments and territories, there were 2,405 cases of cholera and. L 244 deaths.—Reuter. ;~:>:.. M. Chavez's aeroplane was completely wrecked when he fell at Domodossola machine. (2) M. Chavez, who sustained fractures to both, hi
September 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DRESSES £l5O EACH. Season of Sumptuous Gowns with Glittering Embroideries. £3,000 COLLAR. Women's modes have never been more costly than

DRESSES £l5O EACH. Season of Sumptuous Gowns with Glittering Embroideries. £3,000 COLLAR. Women's modes have never been more costly than

those of the coming season. Into the workrooms of the fashionable modiste every beautiful material that can be conceived has been poured. The most extra;;ag - ant. woman can gratify her taste. to the utmost. She can have a gown designed running into hundreds of pounds. " Never w
September 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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.1 -real honest soap value -i s what you always get when you buy THE
September 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING PHOTOGRAPHS OF

INTERESTING PHOTOGRAPHS OF

Common, the Arsenal's centre-forward, " tackles " L. R. Roose, Sunderland's a. ateur goalkeeper, who played a fine game for his side. ro • Shaw, the Queen's Park Rangers goalkeeper, fists away during the match against Norwich City, at Norwich. Neither -side scored., • • / % . A
September 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FEUILLETON.

FEUILLETON.

September 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOWLING AT BLACKPOOL.

BOWLING AT BLACKPOOL.

After three weeks' play the Blackpool tournament has reached the halfway stage, for when the proceedings were brought to a close on Saturday 130 games had been decided in the second round, which, when concluded, as anticipated, on Wednesday next will still leave 250 'players in.
September 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England