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A SPLENDID PROGRAMME! Was the universal verdict of a huge audience last flight at SHORTT'S THEATRE. HORTT'S THEATRE. A presentation of one of the biggest stage successes ever played in London, "THE WOMAN IN ROOM 13!" "THE WOMAN IN ROOM 13!" . "THE WOMAN IN ROOM 13!" Starring the greatest artist in Screendom, PAULINE FREDERICK PAULINE FREDERICK PAULINE FREDERICK In all the radiance of her glorious beauty* BIG SUPPORTING PROGRAMME! Comedy. Scenic. British Topical Gazette. Hours of Screening: Star Picture—ll a.m.. 12.45, 2.45, 4.45, 6.45, and 8.45 p.m. ."TOT-HAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS. WHAT IS IT? "fcjRINCESS THEATRE, s -t RINCES& THEATRE. Manrsrs-street. Screening at all times the latest and best in Photo-plays. NOW SHOWING ! NOW SHOWING ! ■ , Double Feature Programme. BUCK JONES, BUCK JONES, BUCK JONES, In "THE ONE MAN TRAIL." "THE ONE MAN TRAIL." "THE ONE MAN TRAIL." EILEEN PERCY, EILEEN PERCY, In - "BIGTOW'N IDEAS." "BIGTOWN IDEAS." Fox World's News. Australasian Gazette. PRINCESS. PRINCESS. TVfONP ARIEL AND IVY; LADIES' WALTZING COMPETITION, St. Peter's Hall, Ghuznee-street. TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! Ladies. Is; Gents, 2s. P. Carter (Pianist). A. St. Romain (Violinist). First Competition of its kind held in Wellington. WELLINGTON ACCOUNTANT STU- . DENTS' SOCIETY..' T ECTURE by MR. J. L. ARCUS, -L< F.P.A.N.Z., President .of the Incorporated Institute of Accountants of New Zealand on "The Practical Duties of a Liquidator," FRIDAY NEXT, 14th inst., at 8 p.m., in Accountants' Chambers, Johnston-street. .. THOS. AUTON, A.C.I.S. (ENG.), Hon. Secretary. ST. JAMES'S P.W.M.U. THE ANNUAL GIFT TEA in aid of Foreign and Maori Missions will be held in the Schoolroom, Adelaide-road, 12th October, at 3 p.m. Donations in Cash. Flowers for Sale. TO COMMERCIAL MEN AND USERS . -Of HIGH-CLASS PRINTED MATTER. T\7"HEN you need Printing of * ' ' any description with despatch, THE EVENING POST GENERAL PRINTING DEPARTMENT is' ready to fill your requirements at the lowest.' pcusible charge. Ring' Telephone 3380, and ask for Quotations. ICE AND ICE CREAM. WE make and deliver the REGENT ICE AND ICE CREAM TO THE TRADE. Hotels, Parties, and Picnics. Special Cones and Cup for serving same !• at Private and Children's Parties. ALSO HOME-MADE CAKES. MARBLE BAR, LTD., Manners-street. Telephone 2539. FUNERAL CARD. THE Friendß of Mr. Henry E. Gilbert are invited to attend the Funeral of his lata beloved wife, Emma, which- will leave his residence, Crescent-road. Khandallah, on Wednesday, 12th October,- at 9.30 a.m., for St.-. Barnabas's Church, thence to the Cemetery, Karori. E. MORRIS, JUN., Undertaker and Embalmer, 60, Taranaki-st.. and 28, Riddifdrd-st. Telephone 22-159 (day and night). FUNERAL. % THBE'Funeral of the late Mr. Richard Prouse will leave his late residence To-morrow (Wednesday), at 12.30, for the 1 Levin Cemetery. HARVEY AND CO., Undertakers. FUNERAL CARD. THE Friends of the late Emma Richmond aro invited to attend her Funeral which will leave St. Paul's ProCathedral To-morrow (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., for/the Cemetery, Karori.E\ MORRIS. Jim!, Undertaker and Embalmer, 60, Taranaki-sfc., and 28, Riddiford-s». Telephone 22-159 (day and night). ' FUNERAL CARD. TIHE Friends of Mr. William J. Price are invited to attend the Funeral.of his late beloved wife, Alice, which wiJI leave his Residence, No. 1, Hill-lane, Tomorrow/(Wednesday), at 10 a.m., for the Cemetery, Karori. E. MORRIS, Jun., ' Undertaker and Embalmer, 60, Taranaki-st., and 28, Riddiford-st. Telephone 22-159 (day and night). FUNERAL CARD. THE Friends of the late Matilda Anderson are invited to attend her Funeral which will leave her late P^esidenco, No. 238, Thorndon-quay, To-mor-row (Wednesday), at 2.30 p.m., for the Cemetery, Karori. E. MORRIS, Jun., Undertaker and Embalmer, 60. Taranaki-st., and 28. Riddiford-st. Telephone 22-159 (day and night).' WANTED Sell, 5-rd. Villa, sunny side Island Bay, gas cooker, bathroom, substantial house; built about 12 years. Price £850; . £250 deposit; snip. M'lntyre and Co., 215, Lambton-qy. . j

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Post, Volume CII, Issue 88, 11 October 1921

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