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'HIS MAJB%TY'S theatre.

The chiet attraction at His Majesty's Theatre to-night will bo the screening of a series of scenes depicting the surrender, of the German Fleet.. The glimpses of Admiral Beatty taking over the German battleships and submarines are claimed to be among the ( world's greatest and most momentous sights. There will also be shown scenes of the armistice celebrations in London, Glasgow, Paris and.lreland. The supports will include the Scarlet Runner serial and a Metro comedy-drama "Uncter Suspicion," .starring, Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bay no. The story of the latter-deals with the experience of young Gerry Simpson, a . millionaire, who sees Virginia Blake at a reception, and falls in love with her. She is a reporter, and she scorns tho idle rich, so he goes to work as a cub reporter, keeping from her the knowledge of his wealth. Sbnie jewels have been stolen. Suspicion points strongly to Gerry, and Virginia tries to discover the culprit. Exciting incidents follow thick and fast, progressing to a dramatic climax. Gerry is proved innocent, but Virginia cannot forgive him for being rich. The way in which he overcomes this objection forms a fitting finish to a fascinating story. The management announces tnat a special programme has been secured for the matinee on Monday afternoon. In addition to "The Surrender of the German Fleet" there will be shown a Charlie Chaplin comedy,; which is stated to be equal to the best in which ho has appeared, and also an educative series dealing with a trip through, the London Zoo.#

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ENTERTAINMENTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919

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ENTERTAINMENTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919

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