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JUST JAKE

JUST JAKE

BELINDA BEELZEBUB JONES RUGGLES 'GEE.'-HE'S GONE/-I KNOW ONLY FR A WHILE. BUT 1 SORTA FEa I LOST HIM/ - GUESS SELFISH OF ME.' -IF MUMMY MAKES HIM HAPPY THATS GOOD ENOUGH FR ./ sit Pom old BOV- ] /here, GLORIA-TAKE /SESGEORGt I 7 TAKE YOUR CORE OPF MR RUGGLES COAT if RIGHT MAY *
February 7, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ADVERTISERS ANNOUNCEMENT Do You Dread Middle Age? WOMEN WHO SUFFER NEEDLESSLY

ADVERTISERS ANNOUNCEMENT Do You Dread Middle Age? WOMEN WHO SUFFER NEEDLESSLY

There Is not woman anywhere, married single, rich or poor, over the age of forty, who is not perturbed at the thought the next few years before her. Every woman fears the miseries that often develop at this age. She fears them all the more for their uncertainty. Often the first
February 7, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“AS BIG AS THAT"

“AS BIG AS THAT"

HERE Is the story of a fine sportsman —and one who. I think, showed himself to be a courageous man. He is a young soldier—an Engineer sapper—who. fishing in the Hampshire Avon, captured a roach that experienced angling friends declare to have been over the coveted 2lb. mark. The
February 7, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TANCY LEE KILLED

TANCY LEE KILLED

Taney Lee. one of the best little men ever to fight at the old National Sporting Club, Covent Garden, has been ! killed in a bus accident in Leith. Lee was the first Scottish boxer to win a Lonsdale Belt. This was In January, 1915, when he defeated Jimmy Wilde in seventeen round
February 7, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
mm to QUO FROM JOHN WALTERS

mm to QUO FROM JOHN WALTERS

to QUO FROM JOHN WALTERS New York, Thursday. STAUNCH isolationist representative Joshua Johns arrived at Congress In Washington prepared to give the most persuasive speech In his career in opposing Roosevelt’s Bill to aid Britain. A veteran orator aged sixty, Johns, with carefull
February 7, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

“Put It Away Hurt Yourself!
February 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OR

OR

m \ l. Page 6 ADVERTISERS- ANNOUNCEMENTS CAN ONE KEEP GOING ON
February 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
But, if the prancing Spanish prima donna who used to be called a gallant Christian gentleman is to act, he

But, if the prancing Spanish prima donna who used to be called a gallant Christian gentleman is to act, he

will want evidence of German intervention, since to be allied with Italy, in this or any other war, is to hold a heavy load of woe-woe upon one’s gallant neck. Germany must it worthwhile.” It' the march through the Balkans begins it will break one of the few constant resolutions
February 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
| Anti -Christ? | {PEEL it duty to answer such barbaric and hypocritical feelings of the parishioners of Storrlngton, Sussex,

| Anti -Christ? | {PEEL it duty to answer such barbaric and hypocritical feelings of the parishioners of Storrlngton, Sussex,

in view of their remarks made against the brave men of the air. This cannot be a British attitude, surely, to deprive those who sacrifice their lives for their country, to refuse and object to what they deserve rightful burial under traditional circum stances ? Perhaps those air
February 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INFLAMMABLE

INFLAMMABLE

Mrs. W. UPTON, of Old Kenton-lane. Kingsbury, N.W.9, writes:— Is there a single person who heard that play about Bonnie Prince Charlie who can say anything at all in Ilf favour ? It was should say. an insult to all Scots and most _ repugnant to Calholies. It was the sort of play
February 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England