At the Victoria Theatre this afternoon, the management is screening episodes 3, 4 and 5 of 'The Bull's Eye,' which has been drawing crowded houses. There will be another matinee tomorrow. The reason for this new departure is that a very fine and stupendous serial, featuring Pearl White, is short to be released at this theatre, and consequently 'The Bull's Eye' is to be hurried through to allow this new great production being presented. On Saturday at the matinee, three new episodes of 'Bull's Eye' will be projected. For tonight a delightfully new programme has been arranged. There is a superfine photo-play entitled 'Hinton's Double' which portrays Frederick Ward [sic] in the title role. It is a Pathe super production, and that is a hallmark which implies excellence. A comedy 'Toto's Trouble' and a delightfully up-to-date and instructive series of pictures comprising Pathe's Gazette make up the bill of fare, and a good one, too.
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