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much longer if you give them occcasional SHORT LEAVE AT London's Leading Theatrical Cleaners. Notwithstanding the unprecedented strain on our resources we still give the same excellent servi ; ■ as hitherto, and which has made our name a Household Word in the Profession. Express
23 May 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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23 May 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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J3. Hi Telegraphic Address: “HUMFRIV, LONDON.” 2, 3 and 4, Arthur Street, New Oxford Street, London, Telephones: A 447 and 515j Gerrard.
23 May 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
*• FATE’S CROSS ROADS."

*• FATE’S CROSS ROADS."

TUB 'DEVILS DOUBLE” WHO REFORMS AND WINS THE LOVE OP A OOOD WOMAN Production Type . Star Length There are many picturesque scene* in '• Fate’s Cross Roads.” w*hich, screened the Shaftesbury Pavilion on Friday, boa an Drama William S. Hart Five Parts *' DODGING HIS DOOM.” FAIU'B
23 May 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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23 May 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMIC OPERAS (1915), Ltd., . PRESENT J. BANNISTER HOWARD’S OF “THE BELLE NEW YORK.” 18tS year of continuous Tour. THE

COMIC OPERAS (1915), Ltd., . PRESENT J. BANNISTER HOWARD’S OF “THE BELLE NEW YORK.” 18tS year of continuous Tour. THE

MOST WONDERFUL PLAY EVER PRODUCED Beats its own record on return visits time after time. Manchester (15th visit), over £7OO ; Dublin (12th visit), over • Plymouth (10th visit), over £BOO ; Blackpool (almost an annual visit), over £7OO. Week after Week £4OO to £5OO Finished to ov
23 May 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VACANT MONDAY NEXT & ON WILL HAY THE SCHOOLMASTER AND THE SCHOLAR." 20 MINUTES’ RIOTOUS FUN. LETTERS WIRES to 73.

VACANT MONDAY NEXT & ON WILL HAY THE SCHOOLMASTER AND THE SCHOLAR." 20 MINUTES’ RIOTOUS FUN. LETTERS WIRES to 73.

BRADSHAW STREET, HIGHER BROUGHTON. MANCHESTER.
23 May 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CUKTV THEATRE. MANCHESTER. MISS ADELA CRISI’IN ■ Qureneboa." (j®«va-ro*d. Kingtitea on-Ttumet. _ FLORENCE bAINES, •• SprinfrUeld.'* Broadway. Blackpool. IRENE **

CUKTV THEATRE. MANCHESTER. MISS ADELA CRISI’IN ■ Qureneboa." (j®«va-ro*d. Kingtitea on-Ttumet. _ FLORENCE bAINES, •• SprinfrUeld.'* Broadway. Blackpool. IRENE **

Cook." Klnjrsway Theatre. ROOKE MISS BETTY CHESTER *' Smile.” Garrick Theatre. London. W.C. MISS MARY LEIGHTON. Euglaod'a Greatest Lyric Soprano. ;ctor Mannonl Gordon’s Ag. \IISS FRANCES WHITE. *'■* starring Mrs. Urantly. ” The Hoadinaster.’' Disengaged lor Autumn. BETH ELLIOTT.
05 September 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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05 September 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHAS. FALLA,

CHAS. FALLA,

WILL LLOYD, ELSIE TOWERS, MADGE SOUTTER, BILLY Rl IXiE. BTO.N SEXTETTE. ARTHUR ALBERT, *lht* man has done his hit. At (Iriiiiville, Wnlliam Hrcen. played over £lO more than llie rt-Uinis this hall foi «*' >< «'f previous year. All New s. cm-ry and Dresses. This week, VICTORIA TH
05 September 1917 - The Era - London, London, England