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71, QUEENBBORO' TERRACE, High-class paying guest house in London. close PORCHESTER GATE, to Hyde Park, Whiteley's, Important 'bus Fontes and

71, QUEENBBORO' TERRACE, High-class paying guest house in London. close PORCHESTER GATE, to Hyde Park, Whiteley's, Important 'bus Fontes and

two railway stations. Recommended HYDE PARK. by Lady Cormleton and others, Moderate and Inclusive Charges. W.
December 17, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
HARRY THAW. Early Release Expected The Alarm of the Experts.

HARRY THAW. Early Release Expected The Alarm of the Experts.

Harry Thaw, who killed Stanford White in June, 1906, and who has been in Mattawan Lunatic Asylum for three years, is, according to the "New York Herald," likely to be released in time to at his I.stmas at home. dinner 1 The story has thrown the famous mental experts who testifie
October 22, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
AUTUMN FICTION.

AUTUMN FICTION.

American Publisher Says the Autumn Season's New Novels will be Beet in Five Years. One of America's leading publishers now in England informed a representative of the AMERICAN RBGISTER last week that the autumn crop of high class fiotion in the States -will he much the largest a
October 22, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

The Editorial and Publishing Offices are now installed in Magnificent Commodious Premises sainted at—
October 22, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
The CADOGAN HOTEL

The CADOGAN HOTEL

CADOGAN HOTEL s o Tri; . ) 75 , SLOANE STREET, LONDON, S.W. Near Tube and Underground Siations. A Bijou Hotel of the Highest with Moderate Charges. Seee contained Su i ites. Ex. Telephone n every Room. Apply Maneger. .lITU SPECIAL INCLUSIVE TUNS SCADS PO* A' : "Napalm," London.
October 22, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
HOTEL DELUXE.

HOTEL DELUXE.

SITTING ROOM. BREAKIT, AND ATTEN• I 15, il 3 rooms with phone, all self. Private Bath, d Attendance, ~ 6,6, 76. I meals), from Proprietor
October 22, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
PORTLAND HOUSE. Three Minutes' from Metropolitan and Tube Railway and 'buses. Visitors and Colonials will find all the comforts, a

PORTLAND HOUSE. Three Minutes' from Metropolitan and Tube Railway and 'buses. Visitors and Colonials will find all the comforts, a

real comfortable home. 1, LEINSTER SQUARE, Excellent table. Electric light. Baths, hot and cold. Newly decorated throughout. Highly re- HYDE PARK, W. co mmended by Americans and Colonials. Terms from 25/. inclusive. Telephone-1847 Paddington.
October 22, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
PORTRAIT OF BRITISH AMBASSADOR TO WASHINGTON.

PORTRAIT OF BRITISH AMBASSADOR TO WASHINGTON.

Sir Edward Grey as accepted an invitation to unveil on the afternoon of November Bth a portrait of ..ur. James Bryce, British Ambassador 'to the United States, which has been presented to the National Liberal Club by Mr. W. A. LT. Walker, of Ben Rhydding, Yorkshire. The portrait
October 29, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
RICH FURS at Wholesale Prices

RICH FURS at Wholesale Prices

October 29, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Tel. Add.: "Comfortable." Nat. Tel. No. 211 and 212.

Tel. Add.: "Comfortable." Nat. Tel. No. 211 and 212.

October 29, 1911 - American Register - London, London, England