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ENTERTAINMENTS

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. A programme of exception merit is presented this week at His Majesty's Theatre. The Four Casting Ltunys are seen in an net as daring as it is clever. The New York Comely Four supply some tuneful part singing and some admirable fooling, iind as an impersonator Ray Lawrence would bo hard to beat. Besides wearing some graceful gowns, he contributes various ballads in a mdlodious "falsetto" voice. Another dainty and enjoyable item is given by Mcssls. Hayes and R'lvet,. whoso dam-ing is a feature of the programme, smd Miss Millia Doris, a romuiliennc. is heard to advantage iri various ballads of a humorous nature. THE DANDIES. There was another large attendance at tho Concert Chamber of the Town Hall last evening when the Dandies repeated their enjoyable programme of musical a.hd humorous items. There will be a complete change of programme to-mor-row night— a programme of exceptional merit, so the 'management states. ' THE KING'S THEATRE. , The brilliant epi&odes of Dumas' popular novel, "The Three Musketeers," admirably enacted amidst scenery of the kind most apt for the stirring spirit of the tale, are being shown to enthusiastic audiences at The King's Theatre this week. The novel abounds in adventurous happenings which, with a proper setting, a,re entirely suitable for picture purposes : and the best has been made of them in this connection. Not only are the numerous characters cleverly and attractively played, but the settings are really magnificent, whether within the > walls of gay palaces, or in the open air of spots which themselves inspire ideas' of romance. "The Three Musketeers^" with specia^ music by the orchestra of the nouse, will be repeated this evening.' SHORTT'S THEATRE.' ' ' "The Tiger's Paw," a picture story of circus life in which love is the starting point of many adventures, is the central feature of the current programme at Shortt's, Theatre; and it holds attention firmly by reason of the clever animal actors taking part "in it." "The Conspirators, 1 " "Ghosts," "Snob, Champion Boxer," and the Eclair Journal help to make up an excellent entertainment, tho 'last, presentation r of which will be given. this evening. To-morrow morning ' the customary bi-weekly change is to bo made. . THE EMPRESS THEATRE. . A novel attraction is announced to appear at the Empress Theatre tomorrow, when a sensational motion' picture, "The Terrors of Russia" (or "The Mystery of 'the Mendel Beilis Case"), -will be introduced with tho new programme. The subject is described as a representation of the circumstances connected with the trumped-up charges of ritual murder against the young Russian Jew Mendel Beilis, who a few months ago was granted a second trial in ' Russia, and was released after two years' unjust imprisonment. The subject was produced in Russia and enacted by Jewish and Russian players. j , , -THE BRITANNIA. Miss Asta Nielsen in tho four-reel drama "A. Woman of the People" will be screened for the last time to-night. To-morrow's new attractions include for a feature film a- two-reel Vitagraph star, "The Golden, Pathway." Mr. Maurice Costello appears in the title role. The stqry shows how divorce proceedings are stopped, au unscrupulous lawyer ptltwitted, and .tWo designing women ' vanquished. The , supporting pictures . include " The Confiscated Count," "Russian Dances "' (vaudeville act), " Message of. the Suiidial," and "Airship Repuhliquo." '','"' •PEOPLE'S PICTURE PALACE.' - Patrons of the People's Picture Palace are getting very full value for their money just, now, as^ tho programme is longer than usual' and -contains' some very, fine features. "Address 'Unknown" is a very, fine piece of dramatic work, and' it is excellently supported by the' rest of the programme. '.'Saving ' the O)d Homestead ,is an entertaining comedy drama, and "The Ghost of Self," "A Chip of the .Old Block," and other pictures add up to the merit. A new programme will % be screened to-morrow. N STAR PICTURES. "The -Three Musketeers'' is a power.fill attraction at' the Star Picture Theatre. OLYMPIA SKATING RINK. ' Tho gliding event in the couples series was held last, evening at Olympia Rink, the second event, front two-step, taking place 'to-morrow night. The men's hockey ' match, Poneko v. P ( etone, resulted in' a win for Poneke by 5 'goals, scored by Whittington, 2, Scott 2, and Christenspn I,' to one goal scored by Jessop. 'Patrons are requested to note tho alterations in the sessions and prices of admission as from Monday next.

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ENTERTAINMENTS Evening Post, Volume LXXXVII, Issue 142, 17 June 1914

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