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HERE'S LUCK!

HERE'S LUCK!

AT last, too, there is a chance that the Albert Hall will be the centre of popular interest that it should be. The vast building is practically wasted for a great portion of the year, and at the best of times " House Full "boards are rarities around its doors. I think we shall h
07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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ctsvaessinao G Modem

07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENTS.

LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENTS.

RIVER carnivals and fetes are the order of the day, and the tennis champion is a busy person these days. At the Fete held in aid of the League of Mercy for the hospital fund at Baydon Manor, Wiltshire, many tennis stars were to be seen, who included Miss Colyer, Mrs. Gosifree, M
07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
BOOK CHAT

BOOK CHAT

MANY writers since Shakespeare and Defoe have dared the desertisland story; it has, in fact, become a classic theme—l suppose because we all have island dreams. Mr. Keble Howard is the latest islander, with his diverting story of " Paradise Island" (T. Fisher Unwin, 7s. 6d.), in
07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
is as attractive as the Warwickshire timbered house before which it is photographed. The price is £485.

is as attractive as the Warwickshire timbered house before which it is photographed. The price is £485.

arm by the driver as though he intended turning to the right—which, in effect, is what he proposes doing. And once again, ample warning of the driver's intentions should be given. To pull out and then give the warning is as bad as not giving it at all. Furthermore, no driver sho
07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
THE CULT OF BEAUTY THE EARS.

THE CULT OF BEAUTY THE EARS.

EARS are now worn again, my coiffeur informed me as he deftly trimmed and set my shingle. "Would madame like ze Eton crop, and to have her ears made up ? " But madame did not like, and is still un-Etoned, for better to half reveal the ear under curling side locks than fly to the
07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
CAPTIVES OF IMPULSE PT ROBERT BRYMER JAN e' London's Weekly: ". . . deals with a very remarkable and well-drawn

CAPTIVES OF IMPULSE PT ROBERT BRYMER JAN e' London's Weekly: ". . . deals with a very remarkable and well-drawn

Irish character, • Kaftan' . . ." Evening Standard: ". . . should make a considerable appeal . . . The part that impulse plays in is the theme of a novel of much merit." T.P.'s Casselts Weekly: ". . . a story of a somewhat unusual type . . . admirably told. interesting, amusing
07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS SEEN ON THE MRS. WYNDHAM QUINN, is seen arriving with Lord Hillingdon.

FASHIONS SEEN ON THE MRS. WYNDHAM QUINN, is seen arriving with Lord Hillingdon.

07 August 1926 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England