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DRURY LANE THEATRE ROTAL.

DRURY LANE THEATRE ROTAL.

TO NIGHT, »t 8, FOBBES-BOBKRTSON’S FAREWELL Bernard Shan's C.E JAR AND CLEOPATRA (last time), with Bert rude Elliott, Addin# Bourne. H. Athol Forde, lan Robertson, Scott-Gatty, S. A. Cookson, Percy Rhodes, Walter Bingham, Frank Lacv, G. Bentley.R. Atkins, R. Seaton, G. Hayes.S.
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CAN YOUR NURSE GET MOT WATER

CAN YOUR NURSE GET MOT WATER

for tbe children’s baths without having a struggle with the cook, who wants to conserve the heat the kitchen range for culinary purposes ? There is no conflict of desire between kitchen and nursery where there is a Gas waterbeater which provides a supply hot water, night or day,
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FIFTH EDITION,

FIFTH EDITION,

29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GLOBE OFFICE, SG7, Ehand, W.C, TOE THEATRE “OH! X SAY!!” THE CEITEEION. When a young man with a past finds

GLOBE OFFICE, SG7, Ehand, W.C, TOE THEATRE “OH! X SAY!!” THE CEITEEION. When a young man with a past finds

him. self on his wedding night with his young rife the fla; of a former flame, let to _ mercenary maid in the absence cf hw mistress, there are present the chief in. gredients an excellent recioe for a Palais •tlpyai farce of the approved tvpe. Those who were present at the Crit
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EMPIRE DAY.

EMPIRE DAY.

Sir—With all deference, may I venture to submit, tihe contempt, the Empire shown those now in power, that as the name of Her late Majesty Qn een and Empress Victoria is indelibly associated with the conception oi Empire, therefore this contempt is indirectly, if not directly, an
29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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TO-DAY’S SPECIAL ARTICLES: PLAYS AND PLAYERS. FASHIONS AND FANCIES.

TO-DAY’S SPECIAL ARTICLES: PLAYS AND PLAYERS. FASHIONS AND FANCIES.

29 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. GODFREY ISAACS.

MR. GODFREY ISAACS.

THE HISTORY OF THE MARCONI COMPANY. Mr. Godfrey Isaacs went into the witnessbox when the Court resumed after the luncheon interval, and, examined by Sir Edward Carson, described the course of the company’s affairs since he became managirig director. From 1910 down to July, 1912,
29 May 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PROSPECT OF AN AMICABLE

PROSPECT OF AN AMICABLE

ARRANGEMENT. Peace, it is now practically certain, will be signed to-morrow. - The welcome announcement is made today that the Greek delegates have been authorised to sign r’.e Treaty, and similar instructions >.re expected by the Servians to-day. Sir Edward Grey’s firm action,
29 May 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
STREATHAM OUTRAGES

STREATHAM OUTRAGES

DRAMATIC ARRESTS IN LEICESTER SQUARE SWELL GANG SUSPECTS. TWO PRISONERS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATE TO-DAY. The dramatic arrest five men and woman in licensed hou'se in Leicester, square last evening created great excite, ment in the vicinitv. Since Friday morning Defective-Inspector
29 May 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
RECENT SUCCESSES.

RECENT SUCCESSES.

A GREAT COQUEHE. Madame Recamier and Her Circle* by Joseph Turquan. A remarkable portrait of one who . . . excited the passionate devotion of men.** (Field). Ulusd. 12s. 6d. net THE FRINGE DESERT A M fascinating story” (Daily Graphic) by R. S. Macnamara, M written with true feel
29 May 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England