HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE.
" Mrs Leffingwell's Boots" is the title of the star picture to be screened with the new programme at His Majesty's Theatre to-night. The leading role will be interpreted by Constance Talmadge, who takes the part of. Mrs j Leffingwell, a young married woman who has very expensive tastes in dress. She ercatly covets a certain unique pair of boots, or rather shoes, but hubby refuses to buy them for her. However, ■he relents later on and goes and gets them. He is just in time to see another man purchase them. That evening he sees his wife dancing with that other man, and, what is more, she is wearing the shoes. They are of unmistakable design. That's bad enough, but later still, under the blind of the other man's rooms, 'lie again sees the shoes and a pair of silk-Eitockinged lefrs. The blind does not permit him tn see further into the room, but he naturally forms his own conclusions. The result is some very lively incidents, but it all ends happily. The supports in the new programme, which will be shown for one night only, are "Pa the Gazette." "History of the War," and " Nirrht Animals." For the matinee on Monday next the management lias secured a Charlie Chaplin comedy, entitled "The Pawnshop."
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ENTERTAINMENTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 17 April 1919
ENTERTAINMENTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 17 April 1919
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