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THIEF POSED AS DUMMY

THIEF POSED AS DUMMY

FROM OUR OWN *IT CAN'T CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK, Sunday. HAPPEN PEOPLE looking into the win- HERE dow of a Pittsburg tailor's shop admired a dummy that grasped in the right hand a wad of dollar notes. Doesn't it look lifelike ? they remarked. Window dummies are getting; better and
31 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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31 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE WILL SHARE ANCIENT SECRET

HE WILL SHARE ANCIENT SECRET

FOR centuries the secret of making dew ponds— those pools on the tops of hills which are never empty, even in the severest droughts—has been known only to a small and select band of men. A typical family of dewpond makers is that of Mr. Tom Smith, of Whitwell, near Hitchin, Hert
31 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Have you ever seen a single flower from a foxglove plant, fallen away from the little bush, and pounced on it quickly, wondering what you have found ? I think most children have at some time or other, and they have known somehow that there is something rather strange about it.
31 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AS USUAL

AS USUAL

AND so to holidays as usual, which sounds like the "business as usual" of 1914. Take your holiday—if you can afford one, with or without pay. Take your gas maskif the dog hasn't eaten it. Ta__e your precautions. And try to forget. For 'the extraordinary trustfulness and slapdash
31 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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31 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEW YORK

NEW YORK

The skyscrapers impressed us, of course. But it was the heat that really roused our awe. We found ourselves shedding all those things we had always vowed we never would shed. We lived on nothing but long and luscious ice-cream sodas, and with the money we might have been spendin
31 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
' JULY 31, 1939 P age 15 BRIDE ' S SEWING NEARLY 100 yards of dress A material, 200 reels

' JULY 31, 1939 P age 15 BRIDE ' S SEWING NEARLY 100 yards of dress A material, 200 reels

of cotton. and innumerable packets of needles went to the making of the trousseau of a bride. Miss Alice Fabes, twenty-five, of Davis- ville-road, Shepherd's Bush, W. 12 is more than proud of her trousseau, because she sewed every stitch herself. On Saturday Alice was married to
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31 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England