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50 MILE WALK. Novel Challenge to Mothers and Babies.

50 MILE WALK. Novel Challenge to Mothers and Babies.

MN. Adit May Edwards. of Moss Side, Manchester, the challeug,or in the mothers' London to.lirighton (50 miles) perambulator walking race, which _will probably be held on; April 7,• has received a large numbef of communications from enthusiastic 'withers desiting to compete. but
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
MARRIED WOMEN AND WORK.

MARRIED WOMEN AND WORK.

SHOULD married women work ?—by which is meant work in office, school, or factory. Education committees are notoriously at variance on the Point. During the past week one governin g body has decided to employ single women teachers °illy, while another has resolved that its marrie
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
" My dear Ilugh, we will not delve in the past," said West soothingly, "a young man must sow his

" My dear Ilugh, we will not delve in the past," said West soothingly, "a young man must sow his

wild oats." ." I sowed a pretty good crop," Hugh laughed. " But I've worked for ten years in Canada, worked hard, worked like a man. I've shed the skin completely, l'm back now to be all that my father would have had me be." " A mistress for Sandys will be wanted, West," Hugh we
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
for correct solution of OM) PUZZLE

for correct solution of OM) PUZZLE

Here is a fine amusement for the winter evenings—to solve the OXO puzzle, with the excellent chance of winning £lOO. The OXO Triangle Puzzle consists of 25 small triangles, which have to be formed into one large triangle in accordance with the rules supplied with each puzzle. It
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
Wife's Crime for Sake of Cowardly Lover. PAID WITH HER LIFE. Accomplice Saved his Skin by Lying. By JOHN LAURENCE.

Wife's Crime for Sake of Cowardly Lover. PAID WITH HER LIFE. Accomplice Saved his Skin by Lying. By JOHN LAURENCE.

T E eternal . triangle has been the cause of more sensational murder trials than anything else. The unwanted husband, the neglected wife, the passionate lover have all in their turn schemed, swayed by the most elemental of all emotions, the desire for freedom with the loved one.
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 

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FRIEND OF THE CRIPPLES. Children's Gift to Si! W. Treloar. HIS 80th BIRTHDAY. Wonder Cake for Mao Who Made Them Happy.

FRIEND OF THE CRIPPLES. Children's Gift to Si! W. Treloar. HIS 80th BIRTHDAY. Wonder Cake for Mao Who Made Them Happy.

Sir William Treloar, the Cripples' Friend and a maker of magic carpets as well as real ones, spent his eightieth, birthday yesterday at the Cripples Hospital "'and College at Alton, Hampshire, which he founded. The youngsters were delighted to see their old friend, and even mite
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
SMALL-PDX. Hope That Outbreak iS Now at an End.

SMALL-PDX. Hope That Outbreak iS Now at an End.

There al e now only two eases ( f small-pox in hospital in London. Mr. B,ottrell, in reporting the fact to the Metropolitan Asylums Board yesterday, expressed the hope that tileY had got to the end of the outbreak if London. Two cases of smallpox were notified yesterday and two
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
WHY COAL IS DEAR. Heavy Transport Costs as Grave Burden. CUT FREIGHTS! 4ePort of the Advisory Committee.

WHY COAL IS DEAR. Heavy Transport Costs as Grave Burden. CUT FREIGHTS! 4ePort of the Advisory Committee.

COAL IS DEAR. Heavy Transport Costs as Grave Burden. CUT FREIGHTS! 4ePort of the Advisory Committee. \lines Department of the Board issued yesterday a report of Advisory Committee for Coal and c,fi l L Coal Industry on the possibility of 414 4 4 economies in the costs that tirkt
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
OLDHAM OUSTED. Middlesbrough Score Fine Goal Through Birrell. OLDHAM 0. MIDDLESBROUGH 1.

OLDHAM OUSTED. Middlesbrough Score Fine Goal Through Birrell. OLDHAM 0. MIDDLESBROUGH 1.

Middlesbrough beat Oldham on their own ground, after a hard match, by a great goal scored by Birrell, who ran right through the Oldham defence late in the second half. This point should have been neutralised by J. Marshall, who just on the close failed to find the net with an op
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
SPORT IN BRIEF. Points of Interest from All Quarters. TENNIS FINALS.

SPORT IN BRIEF. Points of Interest from All Quarters. TENNIS FINALS.

Noah a member of the Hesleden Wednesday football team, was fined at Castle Eden, yesterday, for assaulting William Slater, the referee in a mately with West Hartlepool Wednesday. It WaS stated that New all, on being ordered off the field, sti tick the referee to the ground, and
January 14, 1923 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England