Many well-known musicians and literary lights were present at the dinner in aid of the Gervase Elwes Fund on Friday. About half the money subscribed—£2.soo—has been devoted to object which Elwes himself would have championed warmly : the assistance by means of sums money of tale
Although crepe de chine has its charm, 1 think for real country wear it is diffieult to beat linen, and 1 noticed number of girls wearing frocks of this material when Murray's, at Maidenhead, reopened Sunday. Marshall and Snelgrove’s are making adorable little frocks linen, with
Sarah Bernhardt’s remarkable collection of art treasures, gathered during the course of her world-wide tours, is shortly to sold by auction. It contain;, much beautiful furniture, many valuable pictures and curios, and a particularly fine librarv.
By Will Evans ami Valentine (by arrangement with J. Bannister Howard) Yvonne Arnand. Tom Walls. Ralph Lynn. PROVINCIAL THEATRES. Blackpool* s FINEST THEATRE. fa HER MAJESTY’S OPERA HOUSE. WINTER GARDENS. Applications for dates R HUDDLESTON*. Winter Gardens. Blackpool. Telegrams.
the annual Trades Union Congress, and resolutions have been adopted pledging the various industries represented to aid the actor in his efforts to improve the conditions T.U. Congress j er which he works. Arguments affecting the and the Actor, mechanic and the labourer which hav
We regret to hear that Robb Wilton has suffered severe bereavement by the death of his mother, who passed awav at Liverpool last week, the ape of 70. The Ladles' Guild Matinee. At the Music Hall Ladies’ Guild matinee the Prince of Wales's Theatre, Sir Thomas Lipton, always a| go
Mr. Israel Davies has entrusted us with the carryiog out of the entire scheme of colour decorations, the drawings for which were executed in our Studios, under the direction of the Architect: Mr. Frank Verity, f.r.i.ba. Mr. Verity says : I congratulate you on your excellent set