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DMir_1915_05!11!001-Lusitania Passageiros Sem Medo

DMir_1915_05!11!001-Lusitania Passageiros Sem Medo

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.
THE
DAILY
MIEEOE,
Tuesday, May 11, 191S.
HUNS
MURDER
WOMAN
IN
ZEPPELIN
RAID
ON
SOUTHEND
The
Daily
Mirro_
CERTIFIED
CIRCULATION
LARGER
THAN
ANY
OTHER
PICTURE PAPER IN THE
WORLD
No. 3,602.
Registered at the G.P.O.as a Newspaper.
TUESDAY,
MAY 11, 191516
PAGES
One
Halfpenny.
PASSENGERS
WHO DO NOT
FEAR
CUNARDER
LEAVES
LIVER
THEMURDERERS:
CROWDE
00L
FOR NEW
YORK.
Passengers
going on board at
Liverpool.
The
liner
was crowded.Business is "as usual
".with
the Cunard Company.
With
a
full
complement of 
pas-sengers
on board the Tuscania
glided
away
from
the
Liverpool
landing-stage promptto schedule time and steamed down the Mersey towards the ocean. No one on board
Skipping
on deck. They have no fear of von
Tirpitz
or his pirates.expressed any fear of the pirates;
these
cowards, may murder
defenceless
civilians^
but they cannot terrorise them. Every precaution, it
will
be
seen,
was taken in th#event of the vessel being attacked.—
{Daily Mirror
photographs.)
 
Page
2
THE
DAILY
MIRRORMay
11, 1915
DERRY
|
A Wonderful Achievement I
JTAO 3'ou know that Smarts can, and often .do,
furnish
homes completely
JL
for as
little
as 20 Guineas ? On
easy
terms, too !•
•J
They are ready to
furnish
your home in any style you
like,
and
i
let you pay for it later in small instalments.
P Smarts have an ideal
scheme
for a 50 Guinea home. Ask for
parti-
•J
culars, if you
wish
for a home of beauty at
little
cost.
 jC
Smarts can satisfy the most exacting demands, both as regards
quality
5
and
P
rice
'
Send 
now for.
Illustrated 
Catalogue " B."
Credit 
Willingly
Given
:
 All
good*
delivered 
Fire
at 
once.
USUAL
TERMSGoo-ls
Worth
Motithly
£10
you pay 6/-20 ,,
,.
H
:
30
,.
17/:50
28100 .;
45 -500 •„•
"*
,, 225 -1,000 ..
..
450/-Head Depot:
28,
29. 30, 31,
LONDON
ROAO,
Elephant & Castle.
'
AM) AT
".
STRATFORD,
E.
19&-8,
The
Grove.CROYDON—30.
32
&
34,
George.Street
HACKNEY.X.E.—331,
Mare St.
WIMBLEDON,
S.W.—8, HertonRoad,
Broad way.
WOOLWICH.
S.E.— 73,Powis St.
HOLLOWAY, N.^-4MV
SevfcT
Si
iter-'
Roftd.
CHISWCCK.
W.—
oS.Hiah
Road.
SOUTHEND
-
ON
-
SEA --193-T.
-Broadway
and'
Queen's
Road. •
NORTHAMPTON-^,
Abington
.
Street,,
LEICESTER—18,
High
Street,aai
13,
S!1v-:t
Street. ...
DERBY—13,
London Road.
BIRMINGHAM
60-Bl,BroaiSt..and is.
HiLdi
Str.-e't.
-Bull
Ring.BRISTOL'S;
Gastle Street and -
T.nvor
IT'l!.
-
SHEFFIELD—
KtlilOli.TheMoor.COVENTRY—VI
&
10, Burg-w.
WOLVERHAMPTONDui-
lay
St. add'
13,
•Central Arcade.
SMARTS' SIMPLESYSTEMis
unexcelled anywhere. You ar--range your . ownmethodof payment.POST ORDERSaccurately completed by a Staff,
-peeially trairied'fp
ensixre satisfaction.
COUNTRYCUSTOMERS'
fare?
paid on
orders
worth
£20.
The
ROSEBUD.-TMixtj
White
Voile
Blouse
-with
pretty
Bosebnd pattern and
Whitefront,
as
/- 1
-j *sketch. Price
O/ 
1 1
KEXSIKGTONLQNTXJNW
Exceptional
Values
in
Washing
SHANTUNG
BLOUSES
TO-DAY
and following Days
in
SHIRT
Section on
GroundFloor.
KATHLEE 
N.—
Smart
White
Voile
Blouse
with
pretty
Embroidered Collar^as sketch.
cm 4
Price
O/.ll
PEGGY.
Smart and
easy
fitting'
Blouse inwashing Shan
tung
1
.
Silk 
and
Hemstitching-.-Bargain.
 DO
BO
THY—
Pretty Shantung-Blouse
with
new
Cotton Embroi
dery, as sketch.
Very
.usefulblouse.
Barg-ain
j~
/-*
\
Price O/H
 I 
HEM:.
Tim
rie-.v
Silk 
Shantung- "Blouse
with
smart
Military
Collar and
front,
as sketch.
s
1 1
Price O/ll
..
Owing
to the extraordinary valve and 
.
consequent great demand wearewwble
ti>
send these goods on approval.
Post Orders receive
iutmeeliate atteiction.
 HI 
EDA.—
Smart
, Shan-
iurig-
Bloiise
with
pretty
coloured
Embroidered
Col
lar
and
stitching',
as sketch.Loose
fitting-.
- Perfect
finish.
:
-
A /1 1
;
•'_Bars-am'..«*/"*
*•
"gaby
Never a Sit of Trouble."
Another
Mother writes her experience.
 m,
Warwick 
Road,
SPARKITILL,
Jan. 21st, 1915.Messrs.
,W.,Woodward,
Ltd:, 'Dear
Sirs,—Allow
me to
express
my utmost thanks in having
found
a
friend
such as
your
Gripe Water. I have enclosed a photograph of my baby
which
was 54 months old
when
taken, and has now three teeth at eight months. He has had your preparation since
four
days-aid;- and has never been a bit of trouble. . I
feel
bound to recommend your
Gripe
Water to mothers
with
cross
children, as baby should not be so
if"
not in pain. It is
by
far the
best
I know.
Hoping
this
will
meet the eye of 
someone
who has never
tried
it,
I
remain, Yours
faithfully,
F.
LANE.
WOOD
WARD'S
GRIPE
WATER
Quickly
relieves the pain and distress
caused
by the numerous
familiar
ailments of childhood.
INVALUABLE
DURING
TEETHING
Of 
all Chemists and Stores, price Is. 1|d. Registered Trade
Mark—'
GRIPE
WATER.'
Fashionable Footwearof the Moment
In
White and
Black.
Two
Special
Pure
hases
will
be offered
TO
-D AY
SpecialPrice
(Tuesday)
AND
DURING
THE
WEEK.
This-
important Department has now been considerably enlarged to meetthe requirements of this
ever-growing-
section, andladies can always
find
here
a large selection of moderately priced FashionableFootwear.Ladies'Promenade Shoe,
In
Patent leather
Golosh
with
WhiteVesting-
tops.
Very
smart effect; smartleather heel. Usual
price
12/9
per pair.ladles*Promenade Shoe.SpecialPriceLadies'Promenade Boot.
In
Patent Leather
Golosh
with
WhiteVesting-
tops. The
fashion
of to - day.Smart leather heel.
Usual
price 18,9 per pair
Ead1e»'
Promenade Boot.
JOHN
BARKER
&
CO.,
LTD.,
KENSINGTON
HIGH
ST., W.
IN
ANY
CONDITION.
HAVF
YOU GOT
ANY?
I
win
pay
C«6-
for eacn tooth pinned on vulcanite, £/- each
onsilver,
3/- each on
gold,
8/- each
on platinum.
Cash
immediately.Satisfaction
guaranteed.or teeth returned
promptly.
J'o not be
misled by
hj»hera<ivertised
prices. Far hctter
write
for
my
Free
Kouklel,
winch
explains very
df-arlv
the
vaJiirof 
anv
False
Teeth, Banters:
London
and
Midland.
Ltd.
(Estab. 1873).
ARE
£2
.SHORT?
If 
you
are short, let me help
you
to increase
your he^'jrht.
Mr.
Briggs
reports
mi
increase
oi
-
5 inches; Mr. Hav 24inches; Miss Davies 3|
iiicjjes;
Mr,
Lindon
3
inches;M
y
. Heek 3 inches; Miss
LecrtcH
4 inches. Mysrstenrrequires .only..tea. minutes.,
rnorinng
and evening", and
greatly
improves the health,-
frViire"
and carriage. No ap-pjiances or cnigs. Send apenny skimp tor .particularsand mv
£100
guarantee.
ARTHUR
CI R
VAN,
.Specialifjt
iji
tbe Increase of 
Height,,
..
fDgp't.
A), 17,
Stronrf 
Cre'en' Road,
LoflGon,
S.The Century Record China Rickage.
This
Famous
Package
contains
1
Complete Dinner Service for 12-persons,
1
Complete TeaService for 12 persons,
witli
Free
Gift
of Teapot to match.
Beautiful
&esigD.
Splendi l
quiility.
SECURELY PACKED
TO
AMY
A!>^fiESS
FOR
25!-.
Sat'^Jaclion
guaranteed.
Hundreds of 
"Daily Mirror
1
'
readers
supplied and satisfied.Household and
individual
orders are our
speciality.
Everyrequirement in China, Pottery and Glas* at factory prices.
»
Beautiful
Tea Services
from
.5/9.
Dinner
Sets
ironi
lli3.
Toilet
'
"Sets
from
6/6. Complete
Homy Outfits
from
21-;
BeautifuldesiaTiH-shov^Ti
m
-actual colours in Complete Free Catalogue.
."
' Hundreds of bartrains for every home.
"O.UflO
satisfied cus-tomer^
indudiug
K<
yal
H<
nsehofcJ, Bockengliam
Fatace.
=
- ' Send a
Trial
Order To-day, or a postcard for the
CENTURY COMPUTE
CATALOGUE.
Illustrated in
Actual
Conors. POST FREE.
THE
CENTURY
POTTERY:
dept
d,m.i
;
BURSLEM,
STAFFS
THE
SAVER
IN
FAVOUR.
.
Careful Cookseconomise by
using
every day
Brown
& Poison
Corn
Flour.
It
makes one egg do the
work 
of 
two in custard, ^omelette,and when baking, i
prepares
simple
sweets
and savouries at
lowest
cost.
1
Brown&
Poison's
p
a
t
e
ntCorn
Flour
"
Eccnomieal recipes ineverypacket.
 Always
in stoclt_at the
grocers,in
1 16.,.^ 16., a/id ili. packets.
NO
ADVANCE
IN PRICE
 
May
11; 1915
THE
£>AILY
MIRROR
Page 3
MORE MURDER:
WOMAN
KILLED
BY AIR
PIRATES*
BOMB
AT
SOUTHEND.
Mrs. Whitwell,
who was
killed
while
in bed.
Mr. Whitwell,
her husband,
who
was
injured.Hole
in the
roof 
caused
by the bomb
which
killed
Mrs.
Whitwell.Dr.
W
T
o6lcott
Hull,
a navalsurgeon, who was home on
forty-eight
hours' leave. His
house
was
fired
while
hewas in bed.
Children
looking
at the hole
made
in their bed. One of them was
lying
in it. All theothers were sleeping in the
same.
room.
Children
looking
for souvenirs in a hole.Lance-Corporal Hanney, who was bruised, and his
wife
and baby. Abomb burst outside their house, causing part of the
roof 
to
fall
on
them,
and the
child
had a narrow
escape.
Blazing
houses
in West-road, WestclifF
v-
n> ^
^
- a
?™^-t
"<^jS».«
'""""
Ills
Officers
find
pieces
of bomb outside Lance-Corporal Hanney's house
;
The pirates have been
committing
more murder, this time
from
the air. Zeppelins
visited
Southend
:
on-Sea yesterday and
killed
Mrs.
Whitwell,
one of the most pro
minent
Salvationists in the
town.
She was
lying
in bed and the bomb
passed
Interior
of a bedroom in
Cromwell
House,
which
was destroyed.between her and her husband. The unfortunate woman was burnt to death and thehusband so badly
injured
that he had to be cdnveyed to hospital. Considerable
damage
was done to property in the
town.—
[Daily
Mirror 
and Topical.)

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