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PEOPLE IN THE STORY. TERRY, the happy-golucky on of an impover, ished aristocrat, Sir George Wedderburn. In order to recoup

PEOPLE IN THE STORY. TERRY, the happy-golucky on of an impover, ished aristocrat, Sir George Wedderburn. In order to recoup

the family fortunes he agrees to marry a beautiful young heiress, named DAWN, whose father, Ben Compton, a self-made iron magnate, has a mortgage Dawn Compton. on• Wedderburn. Chase. Some time after the marriage a friend of Dawn's,
April 9, 1922 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
BIG BULGAR LOSSES.

BIG BULGAR LOSSES.

Regiments Lose Half Their Effectives —Lost Moral. A Corfu delayed telegram says : The Serbian Press Bureau issue* the following statement: Several inhabitants, whom the Buf garians deported, have escaped to our lines. They state that the Bulgarian regiments on the Cema front hav
January 28, 1917 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Rather Past I

Rather Past I

Rather Past Then she went on tell me that her " set ha* given over frivolity for the duration. "We had little party the other night,” she admitted, " but the moat exciting event was game of shake-hands-in-the-nng." Tho Patriot's Incuse. The railways hsva brought the old excuse-ui
January 28, 1917 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Lieutenant W. Ashbnrnliam Swannell, a well-known follower the hounds, and his bride. M iss Margaret Abrahams, who has been nursing

Lieutenant W. Ashbnrnliam Swannell, a well-known follower the hounds, and his bride. M iss Margaret Abrahams, who has been nursing

in France for two years. \MBm _ # _ iF* «-
January 28, 1917 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY PICTOfttAL

SUNDAY PICTOfttAL

January 28, 1917 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 

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February 4, 1917 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
VST OF YOUR HAIR

VST OF YOUR HAIR

EYERYWHERE you go your hair is noticed most critically. People judge you by its appearance.. It tells the world what you are If yoU wear your hair becomingly and always have it beautifully clean and well-kept, it adds more than anything else to your attractiveness and charm. Bea
March 19, 1922 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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} SUNDAY PICTOHIAL, March I#. m«. GERMANY’S LATEST IPEAGE ®y P3S. ©ELLON

March 19, 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Arthur Henderson tor Russia?

Arthur Henderson tor Russia?

Another possible Ambassadorial appointment I heard mentioned yesterday was that of Ur. Arthur Henderson as Sir George Buchanan's successor. Such a selection would please the Russian Socialists and the British Labour Party, but Mr. Henderson's insufficient knowledge of the French
January 6, 1918 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England