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AMUSEMENTS

HAYWARDS’ PICTURES

The pictures which have attracted numerous audiences to The Octagon during the. week will be screened lor the last time to-night. They include the latest wai' pictures, the " star ” comedy ‘ Goodness Gracious,’ and a. capital drama, ‘A Scoundrel's Chance.’ KING’S THEATRE. The latest war .pictures, which have proved a hig magnet iu tho hands of the management, will he screened for the last time to-night. The other pictures, including the Kalein drama ‘Quicksands’ and the charming child photo-play ‘The Missing Jewels,’ are interesting.

QUEEN’S THBATRE. A superb bill is now being presented at the Queen’s Theatre. The star picture is a photo play entitled ‘ A Social Ghost,’ which relates how a mother and her distressed family are rescued from want, as the result ot a boy and girl acquaintance. A special feature of the picture is the rescue ol a child from drowning hv a deg. 1 The German Entry Into Brussels ’ is a splendid war picture, and the same applies to ‘ Ruins of Tennondc.’ The supporting pictures are equally good. PLAZA PICTURES. This picture palace is screening a good programme at present, the powerful A.R. star drama ‘Driftwood’ being the pick of a very line series. It is,a very human story. * Avenged ’ is another good storv, which deals with the life of an old fisherman who is engaged smuggling Chinese to the United States. The supporting pictures are equally good. The programme will bo screened for tho last time to-night.

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AMUSEMENTS, Evening Star, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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AMUSEMENTS Evening Star, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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