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ERNEST EDELSTEN

ERNEST EDELSTEN

HARRY RURNS, LTD., Walter House, 418, Strand, London, W.C. Telephone*: 1106, 1107 City. 673. 3305 GerranL Telegrams: "Blllotopp, London." ALSO AT WELBURN HOUSE, HARTLEPOOL, under the direction of
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALLEN 8 HANNRYS Ltl

ALLEN 8 HANNRYS Ltl

37. LemUrd Street, London. D.» TO PROPRIETORS AND BOOKINB MANAGERS- Apply A onoa U/A I o V /Alvllir 1 X Ay , KUPIBd palacb or V.VRIETIBB -M. d , Mr liuii -M.. Jkr. Jay; 1 jfrH . Mr. Leslie Roaeeit. iTbie »«•» eigbtlj): Fra* Jirtt: four Recordt; Cienperl; Key ford; tbe Pelooee; F
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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PRINCE WALKS’6 PALACE.—This work (twice nightly): Harry Herd, comedian; Sophie Knight, singer: and pictures. Children’s matio6e, Saturday. HIPPODROME.- P.. Messrs E. H. Rostock and F. W. FiU: M . Mr. P. W. Fitt -Thus week (twice nightly) : The famous Kellinos, in farce; O. E. Ki
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE UNHAPPY MEDIUM

THE UNHAPPY MEDIUM

A Mus:cal Novelty Sketch, Written by Mr. J. C. Nugent, and Produced at the Argyle Theatre Varieties, Birkenhead, on Monday. Oct. 20. Lady Gwendoline Plantaganet ■Miss Nora Girton Jackson 'Mr. Harry Atkinson Robert Spifkms Mr. Eric Marcbant The chief object of this sketch is just
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BREACH OP AGREEMENT.

BREACH OP AGREEMENT.

BREACH AGREEMENT. At the Marylebone County Coart. on Monday. Judge Sir W. Selfe heard an action recover £l5 liquidated damages under an agreement to perform, the plaintiffs being the proprietors the Theatre of Varieties, Walham Green, and defendant Olga Petrova, deocribed aa whos
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
’H*u; 1935 GEBBARD.

’H*u; 1935 GEBBARD.

22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FULL-BLOODED NORTH AMERICAN SIOUX INDIANS.

FULL-BLOODED NORTH AMERICAN SIOUX INDIANS.

Played to full capacity of houses at each performance last week at the Empire, Sheffield. DAILY TELEGRAPH says: —“A picturesque and interesting sketch, which scored an immediate and great success.” SHEFFIELD DAILY INDEPENDENT: —“A really good show is the very live Western Drama,
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAZ., STRATFORD.

THEATRE ROYAZ., STRATFORD.

On Monday, Oct. 20. the Drama, entitled "THE MORMON AND THE MAID.** Miss Winifred Maude’s company, under the direction of Mr. Victor du Cane, in '* The Mormon and the Maid " is the current week's attraction at Mrs. Ellia-Frcderick'e popular melodrama theatre, so ably managed by
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Theatre Managers to Know Uiat the THEATRE ADVERTISING AND PRINTING CO.. 37. Stationroad, Cheeterfield. make speciality of Letterpress 6ebeet Posters

Theatre Managers to Know Uiat the THEATRE ADVERTISING AND PRINTING CO.. 37. Stationroad, Cheeterfield. make speciality of Letterpress 6ebeet Posters

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22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW YORK DRAMATIC MIRROR.

THE NEW YORK DRAMATIC MIRROR.

Palace Theatre, Crimsby. July 16th, 1610. BATES MADDISOP, E«q., The Venetians, Palace Theatre, Orimsby. Dear Mr. MaddiaonAllow me to congratulate you on your SPLENDID SHOW. This is your SECOND visit here, and I am pleased to say that BUSINESS HAS BEEN TREMENDOUS, Improving each
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England