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JJIS MAJESTY'S. THEATRE. Proprietor and Manager, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree. EVERY EVENING at o punctually. BEETHOVEN. HER BER T BEERBOHM TREE. Preceded at 8.30 bv "A Russian Tragedy." MRS. PATRICK CAMPBELL. MATINEE every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.15. Q.AIETY THEATRE. Manager, M
01 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
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01 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
BRUMMELL: IDIOT & PHILOSOPHER; Ninth and Last

BRUMMELL: IDIOT & PHILOSOPHER; Ninth and Last

BRUMMELL -^y Co&MOjfJTM/ATOPf smm, 9% Cz^ u i ii..T,v>it.-, i. v... C-,^zA J/ X-S*'.'' ■;_■; '-'A Ninth and Last. I am now comin' with a rush to the ninth type of woman to whom it is possible for man to make love-- the ninth and last. And, you'll believe me after I've told you, t
22 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
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TO ARTISTS, AUTHORS, AND PHOTOGRAPHERS. JO AR JISTS. Every Drawing sent to The Sketch is considered purely on its merits. Published drawings will not he returned except by special arrangement. Every drawing submitted must bear the ?iame and address of the artist and be fully titl
01 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
THE CLUBMAN: Schoolboys' Charity

THE CLUBMAN: Schoolboys' Charity

ZTV\_L1 j\ /AJSJK ■.WmS&l J i ?fHRCLOt3MA1^ Schoolboys' Charity. Dr. Wood, the Headmaster of Harrow, has protested against the number of charities and patriotic societies which now appeal to schoolboys to swell their funds, and he reminds the secretaries of the numberless institu
22 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
OUR WONDERFUL WORLD!

OUR WONDERFUL WORLD!

OUR WONDERFUL WORLD A NOVEL RIVER PICNIC i ICE-BOATS INSTEAD OF PUNTS ON THE PEI HO CANAL. ■{Photograph by- O. H. Gillard The Pei-Ho Canal, Tientsin, is usually covered with ice for about three months. The frozen water-way is found very useful for business purposes and for the co
22 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
BRUMMELL: IDIOT & PHILOSOPHER; The Domestic Type, b'Jove

BRUMMELL: IDIOT & PHILOSOPHER; The Domestic Type, b'Jove

BRUMMELL CO&AfOjfS7M/I,TO/Y k jR*?!"'''",-"^'yvi/.'^s''.vv-:v^ The Domestic Type, b'Jove. I have now gone thoroughly into the question of how to make love to the Knowin' Type, the Ingénue Type, the Red-headed Type, the Black Type, and the Actress Type, and I 'm glad to think that
01 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
SMALL TALK

SMALL TALK

LADY Edmund Talbot, who is helping her husband in the Chichester Division of Sussex, is quite an expert elec tioneerer who knows how to make a good speech on occasion as well as to canvass. She is the eldest daughter of Lord Abingdon, and so the niece of the British Ambassador in
22 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
VOTELESS, YET VOTE-GETTERS! LADIES WELL KNOWN: IN THE WORLD OF POLITICS

VOTELESS, YET VOTE-GETTERS! LADIES WELL KNOWN: IN THE WORLD OF POLITICS

VOTELESS, YET VOTE GETTERS LADIES WELL KNOWN IN THE WORLD OF POLITICS. i. Mrs. G. A. Ginns (West Bristol). 2. The Hon. Mrs. Cyril Ward (Thornbury Division of Gloucestershire). 3. Mrs. Alfred Emmott (Oldham). Mrs. F. E. Smith (Walton Divison of Liverpool^. 5. Mrs. Anstruther-Gray
22 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
CROWNS-CORONETS COURTIERS

CROWNS-CORONETS COURTIERS

V .'V'xy'-y? HXSsKw? *"--'-!^t ..-j^SfeV-^cj -.-'-J ^-^SOfaC-l. -flm/ I ml xifchmlMCL f3SKy-^BsSfe?*<'' y 1 1(* y P-* c-l> X vi '<\1: -T*'"' ^"*r- 'i<4iiA> THE KING is a man of tact. So says the world, and so say-- his grandchildren. When he gives them a present it is not general
22 December 1909 - The Sketch - London, London, England