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pinch of cayenne. Serve very hot piled high a vegetable dish. Lady Edith will glad answer queries from Housewives. Letters of inquiry should be addressed to the Editor lor Lady Edith, and will be answered in this column. Motor Proseention Coleraine.—The
September 19, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIL BOOOTOR AND tIX. FOX,

MIL BOOOTOR AND tIX. FOX,

macsue. bat le Asia bad sprat • pet of jaw all .me biareelf. Sat ewe whew he wee soma, asd as • nu. be said to hie ra ster Edith Het he was gram to sapient the Ti..'. EM Sentra it wateedid Am, sad slur wean.' Thor marched up the ride of the rime few •
September 3, 1921 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TERNISHED HOUSES *ANTED.

TERNISHED HOUSES *ANTED.

Pase—Miss Charlotte MMinnie. P. First clam Pan—Mies Edith Davidson. P. Theoretical (Primary Grade( First Clan Pam—Miss Jane Murdock. WO. First Clam Pau—Miss Li Campbell, ff. Pint Mies Para M iss Class Lily (if: Edith S 4( MM. 96. argent. 96. MISS TODD, CENTRAL
September 17, 1921 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES.

ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES.

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September 23, 1921 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LYCEUM. XO-DAY, Friday, and Saturday, EDiTH STOREY in “THE DEMON” (Five Parts). “ADVENTURES OF RUTH” (Serial). M--XHE FIGHTING CHANCE” I‘ROGUAMME.

LYCEUM. XO-DAY, Friday, and Saturday, EDiTH STOREY in “THE DEMON” (Five Parts). “ADVENTURES OF RUTH” (Serial). M--XHE FIGHTING CHANCE” I‘ROGUAMME.

LYCEUM. XO-DAY, Friday, and Saturday, EDiTH STOREY in “THE DEMON” (Five Parts). “ADVENTURES OF RUTH” (Serial). M--XHE FIGHTING CHANCE” I‘ROGUAMME. . ORCHESTRAL MUSIC SEA TOURS
September 1, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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IMPERIAL. EDITH DAY in "CHILDREN NOT WANTED" (FIYZ ems,. • wonderful etory of devoikin and 111114017 is witiell a muss

IMPERIAL. EDITH DAY in "CHILDREN NOT WANTED" (FIYZ ems,. • wonderful etory of devoikin and 111114017 is witiell a muss

IMPERIAL. EDITH DAY in "CHILDREN NOT WANTED" (FIYZ ems,. • wonderful etory of devoikin and 111114017 is witiell a muss wirl faces adversity and trouble in order to protect an orphan child. BZOONDARY ATTRACTION. DUSTIN FARNUM as
September 22, 1921 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(All Rights Reserved.) FOR A WOMAN'S SANE. By EDITH C. KENYON (TM New Allen Ralns). Author of " The Wooing

(All Rights Reserved.) FOR A WOMAN'S SANE. By EDITH C. KENYON (TM New Allen Ralns). Author of " The Wooing

(All Rights Reserved.) FOR A WOMAN'S SANE. By EDITH C. KENYON (TM New Allen Ralns). Author of " The Wooing Mifanwy," " The Winning of Gwenora," &c. CHAPTBR XV. Trouble after trouble came to Bryn• paderti Hail during the twelve months after the tragedy
September 3, 1921 - Drogheda Independent - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
ELOCUTION. MISS EDITH MATHEWS L.R.A.M. (ELOCUTION). ESUMES HER TUITIONS 6th SEPTEMBER. 10. UPPER CRESCENT. M 63.

ELOCUTION. MISS EDITH MATHEWS L.R.A.M. (ELOCUTION). ESUMES HER TUITIONS 6th SEPTEMBER. 10. UPPER CRESCENT. M 63.

ELOCUTION. MISS EDITH MATHEWS L.R.A.M. (ELOCUTION). ESUMES HER TUITIONS 6th SEPTEMBER. 10. UPPER CRESCENT. M 63.
September 2, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M PERI A EDITH DAY in “CHILDRIiM WANTED.” (Five Acta). A wonderful story of devotion and mystery, iu which young

M PERI A EDITH DAY in “CHILDRIiM WANTED.” (Five Acta). A wonderful story of devotion and mystery, iu which young

M PERI A EDITH DAY in “CHILDRIiM WANTED.” (Five Acta). A wonderful story of devotion and mystery, iu which young girl faces adversity and trouble in order to protect an orphan child. SECONDARY ATTRACTION. DUSTIN FARNUM as THE MAN IN THE' OPEN.’* (Five
September 23, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£DUCAT/MY•

£DUCAT/MY•

NO VACANCIES UNTIL 1923. STMARWKRET'S HDUBLIN,ALL, MESH% ROAD, SIM, MOPE,' TO-Utl, SEPTUM'''. For -7 to THE PRINCIPAL Wu EDITH V. FIIDHOIL I.L.D. D. Bodbow can toccis• parents 1 and 3 o'clock.
September 19, 1921 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland