May 12th, 13th and 14th at 9.15 p.m., House Peters in 'The Hand of Peril' in 5 parts. And various comics. Matinee: Thursday May 15th at 5.15 p.m., 'Just Jim' featuring Harry D. Carey. Remember Thursday. May 15th, Ruth Roland in a Pathe cyclonic serial 'Hands Up.'…
Tonight at 9.15 p.m., Pathe presents Ruth Roland in 'Hands Up.' Matinee Sunday, May 18th at 6 p.m., 'Colorado,' a dramatic masterpiece, featuring Hobart Bosworth and an all-star cast in 5 acts. Booking at Anderson's.
Tonight, the great serial of all times, 'Hands Up,' who is the Phantom Rider who lurks in the background and shields this beautiful heroine from death and disaster? See the first installment of this Pathe serial, with the beautiful star Ruth Roland. Illustration included.
Tonight at 9.15 p.m., Charlie Chaplin in 'A Dog's Life.' Also Harold Lloyd in 'Bride and Groom' [sic] and 'Hands Up' episode 4. Booking at Anderson's. May 24 Remarks: Today's matinee at 2.15 and 5.15 p.m., 'Hands Up' episodes 3 and 4.
Tonight, Ruth Roland in 'Hands Up,' episodes 5 and 6. Booking at Anderson's.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 9.15 p.m., 'Hands Up,' episodes 5 and 6. Also a fine comedy, 'Battle Royal.' Sunday matinee at 6 p.m., by special request Charlie Chaplin in 'A Dog's Life.' Prices as usual. Booking at Anderson's.
Programme for four nights season, commencing tonight (Thursday), June 5th, 'Hands Up,' episodes 7 and 8. Also Miss Phyllis Faye, the best known and youngest Australian star in catchy songs and latest fancy dancing. Also Harold Lloyd in 'Why Pick On Me?' Sunday matinee, 8th…
Tonight is a gala night at the Victoria, 'Moral Suicide,' the film that will keep you thinking at talking. Be in your seats before sign ‘house full' goes up. Saturday, matinee at 2.15 and 5 p.m., 'Hands Up' episodes 9 and 10. Prices as usual.
New episodes of 'Hands Up'; 'Arizona,' a beautiful scenic, a revelation of the beauty of that country; 'Nothing But Trouble,' always a success with Harold Lloyd, the inimitable comedian. Tonight, string band from Venezuela in attendance.
Tonight, more thrilling episodes of 'Hands Up,' episodes 13 and 14. Also beautiful scenic and a side-splitting Harold Lloyd comedy. Wednesday matinee, Baby Marie Osborne in 'Cupid by Proxy.' Miss Faye in Eastern dance and new songs. Booking at Anderson's.
Thursday to Sunday, 'The Midnight Stage,' adapted from Sir Henry Irving's historic success, 'The Lyons Mail.' Saturday's matinee (2.15 and 5 p.m.), 'Hands Up' (episodes 13 and 14). Booking at Anderson's.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, a three-day treat, 'Hands Up' episodes 9 and 10. Also Toto comedy, 'Great Water Peril.' Tonight, matinee at 5 p.m., 'The Desert Man.' String band tonight.
By special request, Miss Faye in fire dance and new songs. Also 'Hands Up,' a long and hearty programme. The string band from the Empress of Asia will play.
Wednesday bill (9.15 p.m.), Miss Faye in fire dance and songs. Also 'Hands Up,' episodes 9 and 10 and 'Great Water Peril.' Wednesday matinee, string band and 'Streets of Illusion.' Thursday matinee, Miss Faye in fire dance and new songs, also 'The Silent Bell…
A very fine picture' that is what everyone is saying today of 'Moral Suicide.' Being shown up till Sunday night. Saturday matinee feature, 'Hands Up' episodes 9 and 10. Also acrobatic feats and comicalities by Esko's troupe at 2.15 only.
Those who love children and wish to witness versatile acting by little folks should see (tonight) 'Cupid by Proxy' with Baby Marie Osborne in title role. Matinee, Saturday 2.15 and 5 p.m., 'Hands Up' episodes 11 and 12, and a most laughable Harold Lloyd comedy.
Tonight, 'Cupid by Proxy' with Baby Marie Osborne in title role. Italian artistes, Prof. Mannelli and Miss Fany in musical programme. Today (Saturday) matinee (2.15 and 5 p.m.) 'Hands Up' episodes 11 and 12. Tomorrow (Sunday) matinee at 6 p.m., 'The Mark of Cain'…
The last episode of 'Hands Up.' Who is the phantom rider? That is answered in this episode. Wednesday's matinee: 'The Midnight Stage.' Booking at Anderson's.
Thursday to Sunday, 'Twenty-One,' a romantic picture with two characters filled by one. A remarkable mix-up. Saturday's matinee at 2.15 and 5 p.m., final episode of 'Hands Up,' and a delightful long programme. Booking at Anderson's.
A brief review on the 'House of Hate.' A new play 'A Little Sister of Everybody' started last night and will continue till tomorrow, in which the Dainty Pathe Star, Bessie Love takes the leading role. 'Hands up!' featuring Ruth Roland will be screened soon.