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Khaki Confidence.

Khaki Confidence.

It was tonic guaranteed to remove all nervous fears and that sinking feeling to chat to some of the men on leave. There was a confidence—happy or grim, according to temperament—about men. Britain's Millions. The restaurants and theatres, I have been noting, are filled with khaki
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“K. J."

“K. J."

Pvrmamkntarv circles have not yet ceased talk about the maiden speech of Mr. Kennedy Jones. Jt seems to be generally agreed that K. J.” marked out for a fine career in statesmanship. Sorry to Leave. I saw M. Pashitch, the Serbian Minister, before he left for Paris. I am always s
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
An Author and Her Hero.

An Author and Her Hero.

I iikukvk,” said Miss Ayres, when talking to the Fiction Editor about “The Only Son,” that I am more than half in love with Philip Winterdick myself ; but, of course, 1 shouldn’t like Eva Dennison to know that.” Poor Eva ! My colleague says that she will have cause for jealousy,
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mr. Montagu for the Coral Strand.

Mr. Montagu for the Coral Strand.

This is Government that makes precedents and does not follow them. Indians will be gratified that the Secretary of State in the British Parliament is to pay business visit to the vast dependency he looks after. When Lord Crewe went to India in Durbar time it was a visit of cerem
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Birthday.

A Birthday.

Yesterday Father Vaughan was seventy, though I can assure you that he did not look it. He will always known as the preacher who made the Smart Set smart. " Canada in Khaki.” Wei,l, I’ve started on advertising campaign for the autumn edition of Canada in Khaki,” and I am bound to
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
August 21, 1917 .*. W

August 21, 1917 .*. W

August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Souvenir.

A Souvenir.

Mr. A. V. Henderson, the manager of the Ambassadors, has sent a souvenir of The Tin *ee Daughters of M. Dupont,” which he has just had prepared. It bright little production, with an article hy Mr. Hall Caine, drawings Mr. Val Prince and photograph from The Daily Mirror. I m:\R t
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Spend five minutes on your hair. After long walk or ride—after frequent bathing has made your hair dull and sticky—a

Spend five minutes on your hair. After long walk or ride—after frequent bathing has made your hair dull and sticky—a

Dry Shampoo with Icilma Hair Powder will thoroughly cleanse the scalp and bcautity the hair. Besides, it takes very little time. Just sprinkle lightly with a powder puff or cotton wool—leave for a few minutes —then brush out thoroughly with a good stiff brush. It is perfectly si
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
August 21, 1917

August 21, 1917

August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England