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PERSONAL.

ALL success. Flo true and anxious you Smut. U. F. K --Disappointed. Am writing again, with address.— A HARROW girl >t pictarw. M.Tjßboiie. coming again. PUDDIT.-AH Mil. YMinla, »«l )»o. B, br»Te. Al«»n ready for reunion. HOPE Revived.—Ya:. derlin,, B»fe, thought forcottea. Ever
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

A REPRESENTATIVE wanted *n important company; to nailable person the remuneration will be most liberal—Address A 129®. Daily Mirror. Boavene-st. E A’— Can yon sketch? If so, yon ran make money It.- • booklet, T. Howard, 11. R»d Uon-sq. W.C. Coerrs Shillin*. selle 3s. 6d.-«hopke«
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Prince Waldemar, Alexandra’s only surviving lirother, has come to F.ngland to visit his son, Prince Enk, "ho is learning farming

Prince Waldemar, Alexandra’s only surviving lirother, has come to F.ngland to visit his son, Prince Enk, "ho is learning farming

in Gloucestershire. He is seen bidding farewell to the crew of the Fionia. The vessel, which oil-driven, is seen in the lower picture. I
March 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
M 3. WHEELERS RETURN

M 3. WHEELERS RETURN

Mr. W. A. Wheeler, who has just returned from Japan, at home at Leicester. The published stories of his arrest and escape have been so contradictory that he intends publish shortly a statement setting out the true facts. The small picture of Mrs. Wheeler,
March 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER MURDER IN MEXICO?

ANOTHER MURDER IN MEXICO?

Gustav Bauch, an American railway official, who was accused of being Federal spy by the notorious General Villa, behind the barred gate of the prison at Jaurez. lie has now mysteriously disappeared. General Villa was responsible for Mr. Benton’s death. J I * _ _| «-■ K’ '■■' lx
March 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 4 SUFFRAGETTE SLA Cleaver Attack on National Gallery’s Velasquez. £lO,OOO DAMAGE. Cat and Mouse Prisoner’s Strange Explanation—Jubilant Militants. SEVEN

Page 4 SUFFRAGETTE SLA Cleaver Attack on National Gallery’s Velasquez. £lO,OOO DAMAGE. Cat and Mouse Prisoner’s Strange Explanation—Jubilant Militants. SEVEN

CUTS CANVAS. suffr. gette, armed with a small cleaver, yesterday perpetrated in the National Gallery one the most senseless and savage outrages achieved in the wild women’s campaign. The famous picture known ns the Rokeby Venus,” painted by Velasquez, was the victim. A woman sta
March 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Our Bedroom Drams.

Our Bedroom Drams.

They were looking into furniture shop window in t txford street, and the window was ■ dressed” like a most luxurious bedroom. 1 he coverlet was turned down, an imitation tire glowed in the grate, and the room was soft 1 v suffused with rose pink electric light. One the spectator
March 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Fivr liigli priests are under irrest, irged with emhtz/.ling funds bel' Ti-rnplf* Kyoto, Japan !»«_• oil lon^anji i iU, says

Fivr liigli priests are under irrest, irged with emhtz/.ling funds bel' Ti-rnplf* Kyoto, Japan !»«_• oil lon^anji i iU, says

Kfiitcr, Hii'Mlnst) . tilt* is all.-tfr.l that those in h:trg<* the ftm<ls, who h ire ma'le iii> of wi'lows’ mites,” (olle(fr<| |f>r rclitiious ami purpose'., have spent la personal In ami in I lieiii]' the inn K Sum'* of the priests :irres il>i nlin ol I.or<l illations, nrtli.i
March 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Adenoids. A«h to Mother A i 1 ments. Analysis Bathing Beef Juice. Beef Tea. Bow Legs. Bread and Glaxo. Bronchit

Adenoids. A«h to Mother A i 1 ments. Analysis Bathing Beef Juice. Beef Tea. Bow Legs. Bread and Glaxo. Bronchit

is. Broth (Neal). Burns Capacity o£ Baby'* Stomach. Chafing
March 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England