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Death of Mr. 1. Wilder

Death of Mr. 1. Wilder

regret recvl the death, last Thursday, of Mr. J. Wilder, at the age of Mr. Wilder was senior partner the firm of W. and J. Wilder, of Birmingham, and was well known in the profession in connection with the Ivooking artists for various functions.
18 June 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INEXPENSIVE HA TS

INEXPENSIVE HA TS

OF EXCLUSI VI DESIGN FOR TH: RACES intatod, and m*dr fr.-m W rdr wptkavenohntitnn (niM-antfHTUt give every eattefani. In wear. The Hate ilhuitrateti art* lit able In all the newest rolonnt, anti alii found In our (Iround Fkatr Millnu l>epartßi>rnt. which has recently largely ext
18 June 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MOTOR BOHANS ANDLORRI

MOTOR BOHANS ANDLORRI

HARRY TOLER. 5, LothSaa Road. ROAD.
18 June 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MOUOAV, ■OUHNBMOVTH COMBDIAK. N«>«, BMMBH. • WILLIE LANCET

MOUOAV, ■OUHNBMOVTH COMBDIAK. N«>«, BMMBH. • WILLIE LANCET

All Com.,, 19 Manalonl Stole. H.t«. Bn.lnM. *TO».
18 June 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ELLA SHIELDS

MISS ELLA SHIELDS

M«t«. EIEVES A LAMFORT. LlO.
18 June 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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BAND 1 BOOKS

BAND 1 BOOKS

I A wmpwiNN Effectively and Promptly Arranged. Music Transposed and CopleJ. • ■ * Melodies Composed. , WILLIAMSON’S, ira Small, with I IA. IHQ,, 1A AriHt’a N'.lrn#* I " BAA Sets of One Mlnnte from A Dot**. 21 *. 31 4*/-. M/-. * - - - - NKNMN.
18 June 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO-MORROW, THI'RSDAY, fft SALK BT •t Mi p.iu. Hit Onirr of the Htnicer. FILM STUDIOS at Sl>Margarefs-on-Tkames Al<»t completely e.|ulpp<'d

TO-MORROW, THI'RSDAY, fft SALK BT •t Mi p.iu. Hit Onirr of the Htnicer. FILM STUDIOS at Sl>Margarefs-on-Tkames Al<»t completely e.|ulpp<'d

for product'ou. Frßßhoid with Vacant raaaMalan. Failing Hale Freehold the U will offeft*d. Purtirolura the ,tMrt»o«err»— OODOARO & »MITM, 23. Kins treat, «u Mr. (*. I land. Hurveyor, 123, Ht. Margaret's , Twickenham.
18 June 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN CONTRACTS NOTICE The present situation between the Actors’ Equity Association and the Producing Managers’ Association of America may result

AMERICAN CONTRACTS NOTICE The present situation between the Actors’ Equity Association and the Producing Managers’ Association of America may result

in a lock-out of actors in the theatres of that country on June I, 1924. As certain American managers have announced that they would bring over strike-breakers from England, it is felt advisable by the Council the Actors Equity Association respectfully to all English actors of t
18 June 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Orchid ▼oflme.

The Orchid ▼oflme.

I Clarice has fallen a vic» i«* the orchid the shoulder, for her the other night wearing a iHik mauve frock —very much admired, tln way —with this the only decora: mu. Although the orchids are more |. than anything else the morn. t,t gardenias and camellias are still lung pinned
10 September 1924 - The Era - London, London, England