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To-night and on Monday 'night the King's Picture proprietary will pre - sent at the' Town .'Hall an exception - ally Cine picture in "The Ticket of Leave Man." The work is a drama - tic jewel, the like of. which, for force fulness of action; exquisite -beauty of scenery, strength of cast and chirac - terisation, pourtrayal and perfection in photographic effects, has - not only ne ver been surpassed, but bas rarely, if ever, bean equalled. Tile story is of
¡ john Galloway, one-time . .criminal, ? who is. released from gaol after hav - ing served his sentence. He rescues Lady Northon. from a roadway ruffi - an, and because she tells him that for. all his past "a man's a man for all that," and shows her belief in him, he determines to lead a new life. His old associates, however, gather round him, making bis resolution difficult of execution. Particularly does the pas sionate devotion of "Yellow Bose" ap peal to him. A big bank robbery is proposed and the plans made. At the last moment 'John refuses to commit the'"crime, but "Yellow Rose" carries it out and hides the stolen papers. John is blamed, and tile gang's hid - ing place raided. In a series of thril ling scenes, the principals effect their escape and reach another town. John "makes good" and renews his acquain tance «with Lady Northon. Delightful scenes ensue. But retribution is m at hand. "Yellow Rose" comes to the rescue and in a wonderful act John is freed from suspicion' and further molestation. Another interesting item is. "Everybody's Doin" It," fea - turing Miss Ethel Turner in the most wonderful laugh-raiser of the day founded on the "well-known comic song.