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AMUSEMENTS

HAYWARDS’ PICTURES. The pictures which have attracted numerous audiences to The Octagon during the. week will be screened for the last time to-night. They include the latest war 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 big magnet in the hands of the management, will be screened for the last time to-night. The other pictures, including the Kalem drama •Quicksands’ and the charming child photo-play ‘ The Missing Jewels,’ are interesting. QUEEN’S THEATRE. .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 of a hoy and girl acquaintance. A special feature of the picture is the rese.no of a child from drowning hy a dog. ‘ The German Entry Into Brussels ’ is a splendid war picture, and (lie same applies to ‘ Ruins of Tennondc.’ The supporting pictures are equally good. PLAZA PICTURES. This picture palace is screening a good programme at present, tin 1 powerful A.R. star drama ‘ Driftwood ' being the pick of a very line series. It is a j very human story. ‘ Avenged ’ is an- j other good store, which deals with the | life of an old fisherman who is engaged j smuggling Chinese to the United States. The supporting pictures are equally good. The programme will lie screened tor the lasi time to-night.

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AMUSEMENTS, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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AMUSEMENTS Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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