On Apr 14, showing the thrilling serial, 11th and 12th episodes of 'Peg O' the Ring'; war graphic and Keystone comics; on Apr 18, continuation of 'Terence O' Rourke,' 4 & 6 episodes.
On Jun 5 at 5.15 pm, in aid of The Portuguese Red Cross Society, programme: War Graphic; Liberty (1st and 2nd episode); 'Foolshead Mistaken for Jim,' a Portuguese comic.
War Graphic; 'Two Mothers,' a beautiful Italian drama in 3 reels; 'The Child,' a sensational drama in 3 parts; also comics; don't forget on Jun 9, 'Liberty.'
Two great Italian dramas: 'An Ignored Mother' in 3 parts; 'The Outcast's Return' in 3 parts; War Graphic & comics; on Jun 15, string band night.
4th and 5ht episodes of 'Liberty'; War Graphic and comics.
Two sensational dramas: 'The Song Which Grandmother Sang' in 3 parts; 'A Missionary Sister' [sic] in 3 parts; War Graphic and comics.
6th episode of 'Liberty' entitled 'The Desert of Lost Souls'; a thrilling drama 'A Circus Heroine' in 3 parts; war graphic and 'Max on the Briny' (comic).
Tonight, the great Trans-Atlantic serial 'Liberty,' 7th and 8th episodes entitled 'Liberty's Sacrifice' and 'Clipped Wings'; war graphic; comics: 'Both in the Same Boat,' 'The Two Merry Tramps,' and 'Rosalie, Detective.'
Frank Mayo in 'The Fighting Lover,' 'Tough Luck' and New Screen Magazine.
Glady's Mulhall [sic] in 'Risky Business,' and New Screen Magazine.
The Double Standard,' featuring Roy Stewart, 'Hearts and Flour,' 'Thousand a Week,' Comedies and New Screen Magazine.
A special selection, the most beautiful and well-known Ruth Clifford in Douglas Gerrard's production, 'The Cabaret Girl,' in 5 parts, 'Over the Sea Waves' and New Screen Magazine. Booking must in advance.
Universal presents Elmo Lincoln in 'Under Crimson Skies' in 6 parts. July 16 Remarks: Elmo Lincoln is the celebrated star of 'Tarzan of the Apes,' picture included. There are also comedy and New Screen Magazine.
The most popular star Lucille Love [sic] in 'After the War,' Alice Howell in the Mack Sennet [sic] comedy 'Oh! Baby' and New Screen Magazine.
A special Paramount attraction, Charles Ray in 'The Law of the North,' Charlie Chaplin in 'Triple Trouble' and New Screen Magazine.
Ruth Clifford in the biggest Universal production, 'The Millioniare Pirate' [sic], 'Marry My Wife' and New Screen Magazine.
A very attractive programme is to be shown at the Hongkong Theatre for the week commencing this afternoon till Friday next, a drama 'Who Will Marry Me?' featuring the star Carmel Myers, is one of the first productions from the Universal Film Company. There is also a splendid picture…