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MISS ETHEL LEYEY.

MISS ETHEL LEYEY.

The pilot took the steering wheel the Monoplane firm grip, ami, easting merry glance her pa.-aenger. tUid : Are >ou comfortably seated " " Perfectly,** replied the ' man. Let go," said Miss Ethel Levey, and the aeroplane, released the attendant*, commenced run quickly along the
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“THE ERA” LETTER-BOX. A Sfamjtrd mldrfMfd Euvelopf So Circulars

“THE ERA” LETTER-BOX. A Sfamjtrd mldrfMfd Euvelopf So Circulars

Abomah. Mmc. Actiurcn. wise Janet Adam*. r. A. E. Ah. Mr Geo. Anderson. Mis* Stella Arnwrtrong. Mr. Austin. Mr. J. AV. Averinos. Les Ball. Mr. A. Barnes. Mr. Fred Bartlett and Chippcrueld Harwell. Mrs- Battenby, Mr. Hurry Heaumoid. Mr. Alfred Belper. Mr. J. Evans Benrimo. J. Har
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL ACCOUNTS BUSINESS MANAGERS.

THEATRICAL ACCOUNTS BUSINESS MANAGERS.

How the Affairs of Theatre can most Efficiently Controlled by the Adoption of Systems of Internal Check. By CUTHBKRT C. BMKDLEY. Accountant, Price, a/s. Poet-free, 8/9« “THE ERA," LIMITED, 8, Tavistock Btr*«t, Strana, W.O. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY.
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TIIKATUE v. MISIC HALL.

TIIKATUE v. MISIC HALL.

gr,at dial hail been said abjut the compedit;.n b.'tw.m mueic hall and theatre. lie was always in favour of ha-.ing free drama, if only f. r the of giving employment to gr.at tiurnlrr actors, and lie was cjiute sure the pre- Miitatnn if pla>s or sketches in mu.-ic halls could no
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MAURICE H. HOFFMAN. COLEMAN AND ALEXANDRA AT

MAURICE H. HOFFMAN. COLEMAN AND ALEXANDRA AT

COLLINS 8. With the advancement in popularity of ragtime in this country, we have seen many American acts, some good-others indifferent; but the act of Coleman ami Alexandra, two excellent musical comedy artistes from the other side, who made their at Collins’s on Monday, is abs
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EDMONTON EMPIRE

EDMONTON EMPIRE

T!ie Six Brothers Luck are topping the bill here this with their hilariously funny sketch. ”HM S. Perhaps,” which, if possible. gvK-s better than ever; Terry Moss is the possessor couple of songs with very catchy music, and his "cod” pathetic ditty is responsible for peals heart
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHEER MESS

SHEER MESS

HIPPODROME.-Sole L.. Mr. B. Pareezer; R. M.. Mr. Hamilton Warden; Mus. 1).. Mr. Frank Hughes. This week : Rail and Tandu. George Mastore. Rose Hamel, Victor Bros., Kitty Emson, Vargo (violinist), and Chung Ling Soo fifty different mysteries. LYCEUM THEATRE I). Mr John Hart; G. M
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STOKE ON TRENT

STOKE ON TRENT

HIPPODROME P. T Allan Edward**; M.. Mr. W. This week: Tarro Miyake, JuJitsu wrestler; the Sheverosky Brothers, comedian.* and dancers; Jack Daw. siffleur; Keane Marker, comedian; Sunshine and shadow, acrobats; Mackintosh and Royal, clog dancers. Harry Wenburn; Flu Hanks; and Lil
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEDWEBBURY

WEDWEBBURY

HIPPODROME. P . and Stiles; M.. Mr. Bert Wigley. This week: Miss Marion Homer, latest songs; Mr AN ill Lvlr. comedian: the Ronnies, in acrobatic perform' ante: pictures WEI.LXNOBO9OUOH. PALACE O. . Mr. AV. F J- Hewitt: M . Mr. Joseph Baron. This week (twice nightly): Monday. Tue
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Moodce Fair at Chester.

The Moodce Fair at Chester.

The Fair at Chester. During the race the people Chewier have popular fair the Little pleasauce of the people. The ot the fair Mr. I*. CVHlinw, and he always provides one of the best aggregation of show machines and noveltiea obtainable. This y.ar the exhibits included Sedgwick's
24 May 1913 - The Era - London, London, England