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MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

riHOCOLATES and Toffees to weigh out, d.. Id. and 2d. lines of all makes stocked. Cheap Soaps, Toilet Soaps. Tinned Goods. Paper Bags. Sauces, and Xmas Stockings. Shops, Hawkers. Canteens and Camps supplied.—Qeorge_ Wroe 150-2. Vicar Lane, Paper aV "paper bags. FOR ALL TRADES. G
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS BOY INJURED

LEEDS BOY INJURED

A six-year-old Leeds boy—Eric Dalby of Kirkdale Crescent, Bing Road, Wortley—is in Leeds Infirmary with concussion and head injuries. He was described last night ag poorly.” He was knocked down a motor lorry yesterday at the junction of Whitehall Road and the Ring Road.
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TOWER

TOWER

LEEDS MLICHT (,) featarint ■ NORMA SHEARER, CLARK CABLE S EDWARD ARNOLD. CHARLES COBURN - !' - All Cont 6.10 —10.2 C rucin urmr m ** * °»“- nCAUIRUIII DEANNA DURBIN, LCOTTAGE ROAD NAN GR HELEN PARRISH In THREE SMART GIRLS CROW UP («) g.lH—lo'~3o~ rrADITnil ARREST BULLDOG I mriil
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
12—10.30

12—10.30

9d. and 1/3
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CLOCK CINEMA, Tel. Car Park. All the Week. DEANNA DURBIN “3 SMART GIRLS GROW UP " with NAN GREY and

CLOCK CINEMA, Tel. Car Park. All the Week. DEANNA DURBIN “3 SMART GIRLS GROW UP " with NAN GREY and

HELEN PARRISH. Matinee Mon. and Wed., 2.15. Continuous 6 p.m Saturday 2 housed, 6 and 8.15 p.m.
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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KINGSWAY, Tel. 63404 Car Park. ALL THE WEEK. DEANNA DURBIN in 3 SMART GIRLS GROW UP” with NAN GREY and

KINGSWAY, Tel. 63404 Car Park. ALL THE WEEK. DEANNA DURBIN in 3 SMART GIRLS GROW UP” with NAN GREY and

HELEN PARRISH. Continuous 6.0 pm. Mat. Wed. 2.15 p.m. Sat. 2 houses, 6.0 and 8.15
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LOUNGE headinglky. Continuous Irotn 6.15 p m. Monday. Nov. 27th, for the ENTIRE WEEK. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. JUN., and VICTOR

THE LOUNGE headinglky. Continuous Irotn 6.15 p m. Monday. Nov. 27th, for the ENTIRE WEEK. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. JUN., and VICTOR

McLAGLEN, with CARY GRANT and brilliant cast in an epic India inspired by Kipling’s poem, “GUNGA DIN.” Saturday 6.15 and 8.15 Matinees; Mon., Wed., Saturday 2.15
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BEDS AT STATION FOR SERVICE MEN A day and night canteen for the -use of members of the Forces passing

BEDS AT STATION FOR SERVICE MEN A day and night canteen for the -use of members of the Forces passing

through Leeds is to be opened at City Station. Twenty beds will be provided also, for men who may have several hours to wait between trains at night or who need rest after travelling through the night. The canteen will be staffed by members of the W.V.S., the Leeds Y.M.C.A. Wome
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BY OUR THEATRE CORRESPONDENT

BY OUR THEATRE CORRESPONDENT

PANTOMIME preparations have kept the Two Leslies, Leslie Sarony and Leslie Holmes, very busy during their week at Leeds Empire. Both are appearing in Mr. Francis Laidler’s Cinderella,” the London Coliseum, and Mr. Laidler seized the opportunity of their presence near his headqua
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SIGNING DOCUMENTS

SIGNING DOCUMENTS

These women, the Lord Mayor added, and many other people, too, often signed documents without knowing under what liabilities they were putting themselves. The Lord Mayor also reminded people of the dangers of getting behind with their payments rent. The landlord had the benefit
November 25, 1939 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England