QUEEN'S THEATRE. The new programme that was submitted at too CJuecn s .theatre yesterday included ' Xbe L-evil's ijausant, a two-pa it, dramatic picture d'.-aimg with society li'fe in .\«w lork. 'i'iie title is the nickname to a cal« claimant in the city. A liistrict attorney, searching for evidence to raid the place, is aatonisried tb find his wrio a frequent, visitor to me place. He cautions her, and iorbids her to enter again, hut sh« disregardjs him, and is introduced to t-ho saicon, where she loses all her money. Ultimately a raid is made. The attorney's wife- is on the premises, but the husliand shields tier uy stating -she was thtre to coiicct evidence on lus behalf. T lie re is a good exposition of tango dancing, in t-hts picture, and the catc pcciics tire spitndiuiy slaved. Otner pictures are ' The J.nvesi/ment' (drama), ' Withes Puts Up For Parliament/' and 'The Widow and the, iwins' (cotnediesj, 'Vwit-er rower m t-ius Unit-ed Suites,' and 'Australian Gazette' (topical), lias prograii'uno will bt; shown ior the remainder of the week. KING EDWARD THEATRE. ' The Girl at the Lock,' a sensational dramatic picture by the Lubni L'-onipauy, heads the current programme- at the new King Edward Theatre, at South Dune-din. UUicr piciuros tire ' .New lork Police .tfepartmont l.'arniva),' ' Andy -L.«irn.s to ■c-witii,' ' lie Lover.t the and ' Pathe Gazette.' These pictures will be screened to-niyht. PLAZA PICTUJtES. " 'J'rilby,' the big picture now being shown at the Plaza Pictures, is well wortn seeing. It is played'by Sir Herbert Tree and ids company from His* Majesty's Theatre, and gives an opportunity that rarely presents itself of seeing a ianions actor in a role of which lie has made a special study. The- .supporting pictures or the current programme are all of good quality. KING'S THEATRE. Fullers' Pictures appear to be riding on a big wave of public lavor this week, and the splendid scries which the management present certainly merit the best- patronage. ' New York Police. Carnival,' 'ln the Shadow of Disgrace' (drama), ' Happy Go Lucky' (comedy drama) arc films which arc good enough to "star" any bill. HAY WARDS' PICTUE ES. The splendid aeries of pictures showing at The Octagon this week are headed by the drama ' Knig in Name Alone,' which is wcil fupportcd by 'Girl of the Season' and ' Fatty Arbuckle.'
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AMUSEMENTS, Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915