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FULLERS' PICTURES. War pictures invariably attract large attendances at the picl'nu: theatres, rind at. i ha present time, the. inercst is even more keen. The current progiamme at tho King's Theatre has some fine war films, and include the defence of the lielgiuns at Louvain. The domestic drama 'As You Sow' w.'ws effectively .screened, as also were the other films. The same, programme will be repeated to-night. HAYWAKDS: t'ICTU.HES. The Octagon Theatre continues to attract large audiences. The principal pietute of a really good j>ori,f\s is entitled 'Mabel at tho "Wheel,' in which Mabel Xormand and Charles Chaplin are featured. War pictures: are also prominent on the programme, and aie well received. The. .same programme will he repeated thi,= evening. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. His Majesty'is. Theatre was again well filled laft night, when the company headed hy Lcioy. Talma, and Bosro repeated their weiul and xpectacuhu entertainment. The elever fouling by IJcsco was much appreciated, and the illusion* by Ixroy and Talma, proved as mystifying as ever. The trio were in excellent form, and the applause, which greeted the conclusion of various items on a, lengthy programme wu,s most giatil'ying to the" management and the performers.' Warner and White gave a, splendid exhibition of eccentric dancing, which earned for them numerous recalls. Santo Santueci. who is described a~s the "wizard of the a.ecoidion," was given an excellent reception, and was brought, hack again and again. "Tho Unknown"' pioved a .skilful juggler, and earned .round,? of applause. This talented company will appear U'jrain thi« evening. PLAZA PICTURES.

Heading the piogramine now Iwing screened at the Plaza Pictures is a powerful drama entitled 'Right* of tin- Heart/ which deals, in an admirable way with a difficult t-übject. The- Plaza will' lie open as usual to-night and to-moi row. QUEEN'S THEATRE. 'The Trapper's Mistake,.' a diama oi the strenuous life on ;iie Canadian frontier, heads the cuin-nt programme at tin: Queen's Theatre, where niidiily large attendance,, of the puhlii- view with appmval the pictures scivehed. The sane- piu gcanunc wii! he shown lu-nhihl.

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AMUSEMENTS, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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AMUSEMENTS Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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