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Bride Killed at Once— Husband Clasping a Revolver Behind the discovery, in the Kenya mountains yesterday, of a bride and bridegroom dead beside their wrecked honeymoon 'plane, is believed to lie a poignant drama. The bride, Mrs. R. Ussher, of Nairobi, lay in the wreckage of the
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR MARRIED IN CHAPEL ROYAL

THE DAILY MIRROR MARRIED IN CHAPEL ROYAL

Commoner Weds the King's Goddaughter "Helen of Troy" Packs Up LEAVES KENYA WITH DR. SEARLE NAIROBI, Monday. Dr. Searle and Mrs. Place (who recently changed her name to Searle), principals in the famous Cambridge " Helen of Troy " case, are leaving Kenya for good. With all their
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, July 11, 1933

Tuesday, July 11, 1933

July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ON TOUR THIS WEEK

ON TOUR THIS WEEK

"Daily Mirror" Girls in Silver Coach all the Continental countries, French and 'Danish Girl Guides loading up a car tender on arrival at. Victoria Station yesterday. They were on their way to a camp in Surrey, where they" are meeting English Girl Guides and Guides from nearly
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WRONG KIND OF PEACE TALK

WRONG KIND OF PEACE TALK

Rugby Head and `lnsipid Female in Nightdress with a Dove ' To talk to schoolboys about the horrors and dangers of war is the wrong line, in the view of Mr. P. H. B. Lyon, headmaster of Rugby Speaking at the National Peace Congress at Oxford, yesterday, he said " his natural reac
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
blood pure he will never be unwell or unhappy. Accept the advice of experienced Breeders, and provide your dog regularly

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with Bob Martin's Condition Powders, which remove every impurity from the bloodstream and, in this way, tone up the whole system. He relies on you If your dog was free to roam the valleys and moorland, he could look after his own health by taking the blood correctives which Natu
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALL BEAUTIFUL

ALL BEAUTIFUL

yESTERDAY'S announcements of births included one that proudly proclaimed a beautiful daughter. So are they all, we add in our congratulations and in a burst of sentimental ecstasy. They are all beautiful or fine, when born. Later they may be criticised. But ought the genial anno
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TOWARDS ROME

TOWARDS ROME

AS far as I can make out the Oxford Movement was a movement Romewards. It i 3 still difficult to see what separates very High Churchmen from Rome. J. E. MELTON. Alexandra-road, N.W.B. THE AMATEUR DE C ORATOR RECENTLY redecorated a room I. from floor to ceiling, but before I comm
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DEVOTION TO SPORT

DEVOTION TO SPORT

BECAUSE Conferences fail, is that a reason for devoting our energies tosport?.. Wouldn't it be better to devote them to making Conferences successful ? I find " W. M." a little frivolous on this point. M. K. Holland Park, W.ll.
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England