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THIRD ONE FATAL.

THIRD ONE FATAL.

Edwitrd SkiOw). sixty-three, who died in Park Royal :io;pital from pneumonia, was stated the inquest yesterday to met will, three accidents in two years.
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
Eoro KILJJER IR-AL

Eoro KILJJER IR-AL

KILJJER IR-AL The trial of the lad Jack Hewitt, for the murder of Mrs. Blake in the lonely inn at Gallows Tree Common, near Henley, will take place next Friday tieto;'e Mr. J utiee Shearman at Oxford_
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
Sunday RiuMated

Sunday RiuMated

6 . ~.; , G , . 41 A AN !I , AF : E r ''' op, wA r tl *s o -0, A -a.- N . - ' INNIN 4 E THAW AT ALL EU ROPE NEEIPS. SSIAN PROBLEM t r. he CHANCELLOR (LORD BIRKENHEAD) ti n 4 delegation \v ent i br oad f 4 CErnpienoare with three necessar L'hiects in their minds, y- to the re"ell
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
Press.]

Press.]

Real Glace Kid not Glace Shoes for only 9/6 per pair. Amazing Offer Direct to Public. We are actual manufacturers. We defy competition both as regards price and quality. These shoes are made from real GLADE KID, not. glace imitation therefore better value is impossible. WOMEN'S
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
But I w extraordinary delull'a" who has become a *, L. • , EOI,IQ le -. i 11 y 0

But I w extraordinary delull'a" who has become a *, L. • , EOI,IQ le -. i 11 y 0

t - 1 1 I , 'iow confiding hat 4 ' s s f !! th s We read the re• iki p , 4 t f- k ; ri Pe court s , t i e . eiv e d ee 1 Y g •• 4 IVed . 3 w k i)rota%es it et omes ., i 4 111 4 z tilise c . a; we cannot the gullibility or qv,,t,ht.othel. ' l ll t `"at i 4 er Jtisti- th il it eY
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
BOUQUET STREAMERS:

BOUQUET STREAMERS:

be to know that for spray bouquets streamers are : growing more and more popular—only the streamers are 11T , ,tly of tulle.
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
SU RCOAT

SU RCOAT

Surely the above list mu 4 PROVE to the merest tyro that t must be the man to follow. An am determined to give one and all an EQUAL chance this coming week. Now, ordinar\ for a week's doubles Is TEN GUINEAS, but as I have some extraordinlo Information for on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
NOTTS v. SUSSEX

NOTTS v. SUSSEX

NOTTS—First Innings: Gunn (G.) c Saunders, is Tate, 24; Whysall, is (ox, 35 ; Gunn (J.), c Rowley, b Roberts, 67: A. W. Carr, is A. E. Gilligan 44, Ilardstaff, not out, 107: Payton, c Saunders, b Cox. 17: Lee, not out, 28; Extras, 9. Total (5 wkts) 341.
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
FIRST AWARDS OF FREE WIRELESS SETS ::

FIRST AWARDS OF FREE WIRELESS SETS ::

\.l E. Holderness, of Walton Heath, won the amateur golf championship at Pre.t links yesterday after a thdling game against (right) John Cavern of Cochrane Castle. There were 0,000 spectatnrs E. A. J. Brooks winning the high jump at the Univ....rsity of London Athletic Club spor
May 28, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
COFFEE DOGS. Cruel Craze for Dyed Pets in Paris. COLOUR SCHEMES.

COFFEE DOGS. Cruel Craze for Dyed Pets in Paris. COLOUR SCHEMES.

Parisiennes of the too-smart set are now dyeing their dogs to harmonise with their colour schemes. Mademoiselle Bois de Boulogne grants an audience to her dress designer, who suggests that she shall be a "nut-brown maid" for the dying days of August. So far all is well. Then a t
August 20, 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England