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Tlk® I&mg F®M®ir®(dl M®ir THE STORY OF A STRANGE MARRIAGE,

Tlk® I&mg F®M®ir®(dl M®ir THE STORY OF A STRANGE MARRIAGE,

F®M®ir®(dl M®ir THE STORY OF A STRANGE MARRIAGE, Women Love Most by Whom They ere Mo*t Tried." gaga GEORGE IS OBSTINATE. MOM V RYAN SON was one of those women who are accustomed to getting their own way. All her life she had either managed to threaten, ioax, or bully people into
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE STEATAOEM.

THE STEATAOEM.

But,” queried, don't you ever want meat yourself ? Mary smiled, then let me into the secret. Edgar was out from morning till evening, and what had formerly been tray meal with his wife now became the meal the day, and Mary ate her beefsteak at noon and toyed with vegetable subst
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Special picture* of the great contest between Gunboat Smith and Carpontiar will appaar in Tha Daily Mirror.** Thaea picturoe will

Special picture* of the great contest between Gunboat Smith and Carpontiar will appaar in Tha Daily Mirror.** Thaea picturoe will

taken by tba famous Daily Mirror ** light*, and will valuable record of the moot wonderful boxing match of the century.
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
long association with one entitled to rank among the world's champions. "It all depends ui»od how long it takes to

long association with one entitled to rank among the world's champions. "It all depends ui»od how long it takes to

get the right punch home.' Mr. in. an American promoter, who h.is been over to Manitot (Carpeiftier’s training quarters), and who made the journey with the French champion yesterday, said: History will nude on ThurKlay. Mark my words, this boy is wonder." It was a surprising tes
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE “GUNBOATS" PROPHECY.

THE “GUNBOATS" PROPHECY.

When .Smith was informed over the telephone of Car- Pintier's arrival and the great reception tendered the reuchman by the crowd he wia pleased hear it and said guessed the carnages would be for him after the contest was over. He wound his remarks Carpentier »»ying: "One u« ts t
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ENGLANDS DAVIS CUP VICTORY

ENGLANDS DAVIS CUP VICTORY

The British Isles qualified for the final of the preliminary tournament in connection with the Davis lawn tennis cup V Wimbledon yesterday, by winning the Franco- Bntish tie. There was promise of a great finish to the rubber bel7een countries. »’ut it d.d not materialise, for Ma
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
July 15. 1914

July 15. 1914

15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR, JULY 15, 1914 LORD LISBURNE’S BEAUTIFUL CHILIAN BRIDE. Mile. Elita de Bittencourl Lord l.isburne New portrait of

THE DAILY MIRROR, JULY 15, 1914 LORD LISBURNE’S BEAUTIFUL CHILIAN BRIDE. Mile. Elita de Bittencourl Lord l.isburne New portrait of

the bride-elect To-morrow the Earl of I.isbtirne will married Mile, Bittencourt, the beautiful daughter of Don Julio Bittencourf, attache to the Chilian l.egation in London. The Earl, whose title is years old, is twenty-two, and his fiancee nineteen. Mile. Elita de Bittencourt,
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR, JULY 15. 1914 LORD LISBURNE’S BEAUTIFUL CHILIAN BRIDE. Mile. F.Hta de Bittencourt Lord l.isburne New portrait of

THE DAILY MIRROR, JULY 15. 1914 LORD LISBURNE’S BEAUTIFUL CHILIAN BRIDE. Mile. F.Hta de Bittencourt Lord l.isburne New portrait of

the bride-elect To-morrow the Karl of l.isburne will be married to Mile, Hittencourt, the beautiful daughter of Don Julio Bittencourt, attache to the Chilian Legation in London. The Karl, whose title is years old, is twenty-two. and his fiancee nineteen. Mile. K'.ita de Bittenco
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England