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History is made at nigk LY NAT E says 'CHEW' cIFAN og/5/RON & CA, Nothing like Wrigley's for strengthening gums and keeping teeth white and healthy. That's why dentists recommend it for young and old. Wrigley's also sweetens your L breath, freshens your palate, soothes your nerv
November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

AGENTS WANTED Rate 3/- per line; minimum 2 lines. AA BACKING of £5 and 10/- in EVERY £ corn. Agents wanted. Novelty Private Greeting Cards and. Calendars of distinction. Make big money. No experience, either sex, full instructions.—The Sunshine Publishing Co., Dept. 5, 5 Bayer-s
November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
and still the same price

and still the same price

November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A SOLDIER'S HEAVEN

A SOLDIER'S HEAVEN

QIR lAIN COLQUHOUN, former High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, has a new idea of Heaven. "My idea of Heaven," he told a British Legion gathering in Leicester, "is to march through the gates with the Scots Guards with the 2nd/4th Leicestershires l
November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
o,aturday, November 5, 1938

o,aturday, November 5, 1938

November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO-NIGHT ca

TO-NIGHT ca

TO-NIGHT Saturday, November 5. UNLESS you are very careful, this is going to be one of those unfortunate and difficult days when things just won't work out to plan. Monetary losses may be experienced, and various hindrances overcome by the majority of people to-day. Even a friend
November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

—Between August 23 and September 21. That restless spirit which makes you want to go places and spend money, is going to get hold of you this week. You have marvellous opportunities, but in order to make the most of them you should try to be a little more consistent. —Between Se
November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL

NATIONAL

10.15—Service. 10.30—Time, weather. 10.45—Talk. 11.0—8.8. C. Scottish Orch 12.0—Piano. 12.30 —Song and Dance records. 1.0 Aston Hippodrome Orch. 2.o—Herring Fishing. 2.s—Chamber Music. 3.o—Henry Hall and his Orch. 3.55 — Rugby League International—Wales v. England. 4.so—Records.
November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR '"ARMCHAIR SHOPPING" GUIDE

THE DAILY MIRROR '"ARMCHAIR SHOPPING" GUIDE

T e C o in - plete Outfit includes . B iI - l a a b r l able, by 23 n c hes, ith Bilrd Cloth Bea, - olished Frame. With Two Cues, Three ALL 'Mord Balls. Seventeen Snooker Balls, Tangle, Marker, Chalks & Rules. All r nt for 2/6 Carriage Paid to approved A WEEK rders. Promise to s
November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Fell Only Seven Feet—Died

Fell Only Seven Feet—Died

ALTHOUGH he fell only 7ft., Walter Aburrow, sixty-three, gardener, of Emsworth, Hants, received fatal injuries. A piece of orange peel led to his death, and he tumbled over the sea-wall. A courting couple gave the alarm.
November 5, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England