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HEALTH AND MORALS.

HEALTH AND MORALS.

READERS of Samuel Butler's "Erewhon" will remember that, in his Utopia, criminals were "treated" as sick men, while sick men were punished as criminals. You were "had up" for measles .and put to bed for forgery. Really, it would be quite as reasonable course as that now followed
October 30, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

HOW WILL HE GET ACROSS THE GULF ? THE ESTIMATED DEFICIT 'HE ACTUAL DEFICIT To-day's and yesterday's debate in the House of Commons may perhaps provide some solution of this urgent problem.—(By W. K. Haseiden.) • . ER I 111010 P 5 • 250 THE Ac-ruP\L DEFICIT , 3 I ON S
October 30, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"A STONE HEDGE."

"A STONE HEDGE."

..-For 700 has renand sixtyir Homefagots, ' - S) c-*e THE WILD WEST AT THE SAVOY.—" Tiger Rose " holds up Michael. Devlin, the policeman, after getting hold of hie revolver by miracle. Miss Marjory Campbell is Roso and Godfrey Tearle the policeman. Mirror photographs.) THREE NEW
October 30, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
In Quest of a Chorus.

In Quest of a Chorus.

Mr. Courtneidge has struck a peculiar title, considering the fact that he has just informed me of the real dearth of girls. But then he meant chorus girls with good voices. Sakuntala." With reference to my recent paragraph on the Indian play, " Sakuntala," Mr. A. Harding Steedma
October 30, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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FOUND DEAD IN COTTAGE.

FOUND DEAD IN COTTAGE.

The little village of Caistor, near Grimsby, has been the scene of a tragedy. Miss Annie Coulbeck, aged thirty-four, was found dead yesterday at a cottage where she had been living with another woman and her children. There were signs of a struggle and the w oman appeared to hav
October 30, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
j 22, 1919

j 22, 1919

July 22, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
July 22, 1919

July 22, 1919

July 22, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DODGERS AND

THE DODGERS AND

THE NEW WORLD. WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THE IDLERS ? By ALFRED BARNARD. Our contributor discourses on the " won't works" who clog the wheels of the State and stultify the energies of their brothers and sisters. " ND now to work ! " says the heading of a newspaper leading v article.
July 22, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FORTY-FIVE AND THIRTY.

FORTY-FIVE AND THIRTY.

LOVE blinds us and therefore prevents us from looking ahead. I married a girl fifteen years younger than myself. All went well when I was thirty-five, . she twenty. Now I am forty-five, she thirty. I want the quieter joys —she is still eager for amusement. Marriage between peopl
July 22, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England