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Henry Santrey and his band of fourteen players will continue their season at the Wiaterftarden Theatre to-day and until .Saturday next. MT. Santrey has shown -thfljt he carl lead an orchestra as well, as 'any other musical leader, and his band, '.has proved that-it is one of the-world's greatest. 'Anna'and Harry. Seymour have also-.-become v«ry popular. ,"Go West,!' -the asir Metro^idwya. i3a, will*be the
star pictorial feature to-day. Thrills that would do «edit to a most gripping melo- drama, a 'plausible plot crammed with lauglis apd delicately touched with pathos, unrivalled in scenic effects and. superb photography; these are the reasons that will go to make "Go West" one of the most popular films of tho year. "The Pioneers," the all Australian film, will .be the supporting feature. The story
tells of the brave men and women who fought the perils of the outbacks to make .our country what it is to-day. The cast includes, Robert Purdie, Connie Martin, Sydney Hackett, Phyllis Culbert, and William Thornton. "The Son of the Sheik," starring ' the late Rtidolph Valentino and Vilma Banky, will be seen at the Wintergarden Theatre very shortly. Another earning attraction is the pictorial version of- "The Vanishing Race," Zane Grey's most popular book, ' '