AMUSEMENTS. IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. , leasees: George Willonfrhby, Limited. ; Managing Director ... George. WMoughby. GEORGE WILLOUOHBTS PREMIER DRAMATIC COMPANY. TO-NlGHT'and TO-MORROW, TO-NIGHT and TO-MORROW. In tho GREAT WAR DRAMA, 'UNDER TWO FLAGS.' 'UNDER TWO FLAGrV Ouidn's Great Masterpiece. Warfare Brought, to Your Doors! Roalisui Gone Wild. The MAMMOTH TABLEAU. Disclosing Opposing Armies Fighting: in Deadly Earliest. Kitles Firing, Cannon Booming. Bugles Blaring, Trumpets Sounding. COMF. TO-NIGHT! BOOK PEATS EARLY TO SEE AND HEAR GEORGE CROSS ns Bertie Cyril Roycllicu. Miss VERA REMEE as Cigarette, A VIVANDIERE, And :i host of other Ladies and Gentlemen aJI Playing Magnificent Characterisations Suited to (heir respective Abilities Notice io the Amusement Lovers of this City: Our .Scnsnn if now Drawing to a Close. ONLY 3 MORE NIGHTS. And on Our LAPT NIGHT (SATURDAY; Miss VERA REMEE Will be .Seen as CAMILLE. One of her Greatest Idealisations. WAR PRICES: 3«. 2s. Is. Box Plan To-dny a*i Dresden. Box 1*1:1 n To-morrow at Jacob:-';;. Earlier, as usual, at Jacobs'*. Manager Georce Hull or. rriNG EDWARD THEATRE, SOUTH DTrVEDIN. NEW YEAR ATTRACTION. A SPECIALLY-SELECTED PROGRAMME. Headed by Vit ;inrr:i]ili's Powerful Dramasranh. in Two T'arts. HER HI'S RAND ITER HUSBAND. HER. HUSBAND. HER HCSBAND. HER HUSBAND. Fealuriiip Two Great. Screen Artists in the persons of CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG ; (LARA KIMBALL YOUNG And KARLE WILLIAMS. j EARLE WILLIAMS. Suffering the consequence of a hastv and : unfortunate marriajrc, she is forgiven >iv lirr f.uher. After ihc death of her husband she mahes a wi«r and hapny choice. A Ke-.stnne C-oniedy with a lauph in every foot, and an absolute roar at th^ final, entitled MABEL'S BLUNDER. MABEL'S BLUNDER. MABEL'S BLUNDER. With Kev.Mone Mabel (Mabel N'nrmnnnVi in I lie Tide Role. Supporting Subjrets include: Did He S:n-r. Her- Lubin Comic. Gaumont Graphic Topical. Bill Save* the Day K-oniie Comedy. Some Minute of the Aquarium. Pat he Interest insr. HOLIDAY PRICES FOR THE MILLION TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE: CHILDREN' 3d.
AUCTIONS. li. and c. Apply 534" Caulc (>KT. 4-ronmed Uriel: <'-ounce, 4 A A nicy Mreet, South Duncelin: all con-v-nicr.cof-', "drained; rent, Ifls. Applv ben'.v.A 432 King sireot (opposite Museum;. r|" v ,O LET, 4-roomed Cntlßjrc. York plaet; X e-jivonis-nc-s. Apply 59 York place. TO LET, 4 and 6-roomed Housm7"Ti. _ aiiri c. wati.r; drained; 10s and las. 74 Dunrins street. KT, Nicely-furnished 4-roomcd House, all conveniences, overtaking Oii-! ivcasoDahle," 'Star' Offlco. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. 'A ORSON'S Private Hettl, Dowiins street. t Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Sociali .r.o Parties cttered for; committee room. ;!rsi-a!aa» Acenimncdttion Visitor*. ILADSTONE HOUSE, Moray placo \JC ('phono 2.130). —Bast. Accommodation visitors; persona! supervision. Moss and M'Pherson. HOLIDAY RESORTS. small Furnished l/orlagh. ne«r lo*i " .Seaside No, 2." 'jSiux' Uffice,
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