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MISS EVELYN LAYE

MISS EVELYN LAYE

Actress Resumes Her Maiden Name After Dissolution of Marriage Miss Evelyn Laye, the actress, who. in private life was Mrs. Evelyn Elsie IVlonro, announced in a notice published yesterday, that she has, by deed, abandoned the surname of Monro and adopted that of LaYe. Miss Laye w
January 24, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITISH PRESS

BRITISH PRESS

February 27, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AND AUSTRALIA

AND AUSTRALIA

Lord Rothermere's Reply to Melbourne Criticism The following communication sent by Viscount Rothermere to the Press of Australia appears in The Daily Mail to-day : " A mischievous statement purporting to be made by the presideni of the National Council of Women at a full meeting
February 27, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARE LUCKY

ARE LUCKY

Readers Refuse to Regard Them as Heroines
January 24, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIRLS WHO EARN THEIR LIVINGS

GIRLS WHO EARN THEIR LIVINGS

ARE THEY CONTENTED ?-A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER
February 27, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOME NEWS IN BRIEF

HOME NEWS IN BRIEF

Saturday, January 24, 1931
January 24, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"we made these frocks ourselves "

"we made these frocks ourselves "

Not Chanel. Not Jane Regny. Us ! Ourselves ! You'd never guess, would you ? Viyella ! That's the help. Super-right stuff and an adequate pattern take you more than half way to the Rue de la Paix ! Viyella ! Easy to cut, easy to sew, and how more-than-Frenchily easy to wear ! See
February 27, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DEFENCELESS NATIONS

DEFENCELESS NATIONS

ROME Monday. In honour of the beginning tomorrow of the ninth era of the Fascist regime, Signor Mussolini delivered an important and stimulating speech today on the position of Fascism in Italy And the world at large. He began by referring to his sensational 'addresses at Floren
October 28, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Thursday, January 1, 1931 LIFEB y PARK 4. LANE 4). The Marx Brothers Here The Duchess's Compliment The four Marx

Thursday, January 1, 1931 LIFEB y PARK 4. LANE 4). The Marx Brothers Here The Duchess's Compliment The four Marx

brothers, who are to appear at the Palace Theatre on Monday at an exceedingly handsome salary, like Maurice Chevalier, owe their increased popularity to the talkies. " Animal Crackers," with its novel type cf " quick fire " American humour, has become the talk of London, and the
January 1, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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- FROM E\)ER,,, I JOB I EVER \N

October 28, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England