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RESERVATION. fVVVVWVYVV YYYY V Hale Bath House On Famous Old Hale Site. . - SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SANITATION, VENTILATION AND CLEANLINESS. BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. 2t BATHS. $10.00, INCLUDING ATTENDANTS’ FEES. ROOTS & EASTMAN, Proprietors. R. JOYCE, Manager Imperial Porcelain Tube, Electric Massage. On Govern ment Reservation, Private Dressing Rooms ..Magnesia Bath House.. 21 Baths $lo,oo (Including Attendant Fees) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. Steam Heat. Gymnasium. Needle and Shower Baths ROOM AND BATHE AT THE Heui Hot Springs Bath House G. M. SMITH, Manager. OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN ST. y^THE. IVeeley ure Tke only genuine Keelev Institute in j4rl(anf' 702 Park Avenue, ilOT SPRINGS', ARK. I or LIQUOR and DRUG USING. Our (uirirnt* h*v« th* a<tvantan« of (ha Hot Hitting* l>u>ha Corr*H(ion<lone« •<>■ fUentlal. INVESTIGATION SOLICITED Telephone 228. DR. J. C. WMITACRE. MANAGER. THREE DAY DRINK REMEDY Drinking men mla* opportunities every day. Get rid of the habit. DR. PACE’S SANITORIUM Phone 12%. 432 Spring Street. Office Phone 816 THE DRUG HABIT RELIEVED IN 7 DAYS No Gradual Reduction. No Pain. No Hypodermic*. Term* Reasonable. C. W. PACE, M.D., Medical Director, ^ OKKH.’SJ 6£9 CKNTUA1. AV Tits New Perfection Blue Flams Oil Stove Manufacture* It* ?wn gas. The most perfect and most economical stove or» the market. Before buying another kind, *ee your dealer, or phone 224. BURNS EUPION OIL Waters Pierce Oil Co. Ulhittington THE PEnPLE’S 1 Q F K PLAY ground Dancing Every Evening 8:30 to I! Admission 25c Per Couple Free Vaudeville -AND Moving Pictures Free Band Concerts A Disgrace To go through life like a deformed being when the culture of dancing overcome* these defects, lends grace to one's carriage and com mands an erect, quick step. Dancing taught every afternoon and evening from 2 to 4. Waltz, two-step, reverse guaranteed In six lessons. Private lessons by ap pointment. Efficient lady assist ants. Dances: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. THE METZ Dancing Academy At the Bijou Rink Visitors are cordially Invited to visit the school. PHONE 481 KXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXl XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX New Citizens Bank Bldg. WILL BE BUILT WITH HORNER’S ASH-GROVE CEMENT We Handle LIME, CEMENT, ACME OR TEX. AS PLASTER, PLASTER PARIS, KEENE CEMENT, TILING OF ALL KINDS OR SIZES, AND Crushed Rock THE BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET SERVED ayER THE BAR. Imported Olive Oil and Genuine Italian Spaghetti. Monte Cristo Cate VINCENT C.AGE, Prop. 1 603 Malvern Avanua. Phone 13 •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx^ * Amusements g X X •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx# AT THE PRINCESS. Those little folks who failed to see that splendid juvenile motion picture “'Prince Charming” yesterday at the Princess, missed one of the greatest picture treats ever offered the child ren. Hundreds saw this beautiful nursery drama and went into ecstac les of delight over it. Accompanying this picture weje two other splendid offerings. ‘The Half Breed’s .Way,” and the “Animated Weekly-’ anl tflie Wjl yesterday was one of the best of fered in the city. For today the Princess will offer two strong drama pictures and one spectacular reel. It is an especially strong offering and fully up to the Princess standard. “The Recoil" a Reliance film, by the same producers who made “Prince .'harming'’ will be one of the great, drama pictures. The tteliance people are tinning out some of the greatest pictures now before the public and the photography is unexcelled A spectacular reel "-A .Message from Beyond,” a Solax film, will constitute tftje bright spot In the program, with its splendid spectacular effects and Us brilliant photography “Drawing the Line.’’ is a picture of human emotions add interest by the Hex producers, a drama true to life but full of strong and appealing situa tions Princess prices are the same as elsewhere-- 10 cents, any seat; child ren 5 cents MONDAY SHOW AT NEW CENTRAL It is not necessary to elucidate on the merit of Clnes pictures, for they hav'e given the New Central theatre such goo,] reels that this product has long since become popular, but Oines 'has not as yet produced a distinct .Arabic feature, which tihey will do. however, at the New Central Monday, when an entire new program will be in older. "Fatima' is the title of tht* Arabic picture, and it is a cracker jack in every sense of the word, being one of the beat and most effective this company has sent to the I’nlteJ States in years. “The Shadow on the Blind,” is an Edison comedy that is guaranteed to make a statue laudh, much less a good healthy audience. It is said that this picture has more novel situations and complications than any one reel that Bilson has sent here in weeks. Frances Buchman one of the most noted motion picture stars in Europe iB filling a special engagement with the Essaney company. Buchman has never been seen in Hot Springs, yet there comes to tthe New Central Mon day, "The Laurei Wreath of Fame," with Ibis noted man as a star. It Is a great picture and gives him a fine chance for excellent work. Tuesday the $60,000 production put out by Selig. “The Landing of Colum bus," will be seen in the New Central There will be no disappointment, this time, for these pictures were shipped from SI. Louis Saturday night so as to be here in time for tihe Tuesday show. WHITTINGTON PARK. Another feature is announced for next week at Whittington park in *he way of illustrated songs by Jack Con ners. Charles K. Harris’ latest song hits will tic rendered and slides Mut ilating them will be shown oil tho large canvas. Among the song hits which Conners will sing next week are “Don’t Blame Me," ‘‘Will The Roses Bloom in Heaven?" and “Conte, Climb a Tree With Me” Each of these is a hli and among the latest songs Is sued this season There will be much doing in the way of other vaudeville next week also, but Doc Owens has as yet been unable to make defintte announcement of just, what the other acts on the free vaude ville program will be. The motion pictures will be all new subjects, and shown to better advantage glnre the machine has been repaired and put in first class condition. This afternoon and evening the reg ular Sunday sacred band concerts will be on the program and itack Course.' s will sing at each concert. Director Atitlssori announces he has arranged an unusually excellent program for tire two concert*, today both of which are sure to please. AT THE AIRDOME On Monday night at the Airdome Johnny and Blla Calvin will change their bill to one of the late musical cqmedy successes ‘ Little Miss Mix up” This production will come up to a standard of those presented last week and in many ways superior. A distinct novelty will be Introduced in •Ihis bill namely a scene from a Cab eret performance as It is given In New York today. Those who have visited New York in the past few months are nrobably licijuainted with this new form of amusement that has infested Broad way. tit Is called a Caberet perfor mance (pronounced Cabere,) is natu rally French and is an arrangement whereby yon may take your girl to supper and shift the reaiionslbilUy of entertaining her on the proprietor of the cafe, wfrio In turn places it on the hired performance. This is a particu larly agreeable arrangement if yon are not strong ou entertaining. All t'da Caber at, you understand goes on In .be dining room, the singers and dancers warble and Turkey Trot in amongst the tables where you are en deavoring to find just wiiere the nutri ment on a broiled squab is, if there is an.v. People nowadays who are well to do (or wfho live as if they were) have their minds on no Whin g at ail and for fear that during the solemn hour when they are feeding themselves (heir minds may get to working, they surround themselves with distraction atid nothing eftn lie more distracting than a well develop ed grown up Cabaret. Broadway is a strong wine of which (tie weak may sip but onlv the strong may drink deeply and survive It demands novel ty and this is the sport of influence which insists that some sort of per SENATOR CLAPP Somftcr Moses K. Clapp,of Minneso ta. was one of the speakers wist sec onded Roosevelt’s nomination in the third party convention. former do something to keep your mind from working. This feature will be Introduce! in the last act of - Little Miss Mix-up" Monday night. The hill will be changed again Wed nesday night to the Two Masque raders.” BOWLING ALLEYS. Four regulations in Dugan Stuurt, building, opposite Arlington botol. A place for ladies and geutiemen to eu Joy themselves. Robt. K. McRoberts, Proprietor. 4-tf DEMOCRATS FACING FIGHT CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE. In nomination for temporary chairman in opposition to Judge Parker. No ltas than seven names were consider ed by the Wilson leaders, hut noth ing was decided upon and it was gen erally agreed that the best plan would Ibe to await the arrival of Mr. Hryaii tomorrow afternoon. ' Vvllson’a friends discussed the New Jersey governor's reply to Mr. Bry an's note in opposition to .Judge Park er. They openly asserted Unit dark adherents had formed an allinnee with friends of Judge Parker and pointed to an interview given out by the Clark headquarters in Which Senator O'Gor man, of New Y’ork, was quoted r.r. saying he believed Speaker Clark could carry New York and that he would poll the full Democratic vote in all parts of the country, as con firming their statements that the Ne.v York delegation was planning to cast its vote fw Clark. At a late conference today among the Wilson iorces the names of Sen ator Culberson of Texas, J. Hamilton Lewis of Chicago, Senators Kern and Shively of Indiana, Governor Plaistod Of Maine, RepreaentaiiVi* Henry of Texas, and Senator O'Gorman of New York, were discussed for temporary Chainu«!i. Baltimore Celebrates. Baltimore, June 22.—Baltimore cel ebrated its acquisition of flie Demo cratic convention aua formally opened the festivities with a street parade ami display of electric listing Which will he turned on hereafter every night during the convention. Balti more street, in the part vsf the’ho'ei district, flashed with dazzling bril liancy while from the tops of two of the talleBt buildings, searchlights shot forth and rested on the roof sif the convention hall Bocal political organizations formed the nucleus of the parade, while several visiting dele gations joined the march with banners booming their candidates’. The fifth regiment armory, where the convention assembles, was thrown open to public inspection. Nearly 5b,000 people passed through the building. Except lv>r a few touches in the committee room and connection of the wire arrangements, the armory is ready for the convention. The on’y portraits allowed inside are those of Washington, Jefferson and Jackson, and the only inscriptions are the fol lowing sayings of and about these lathers of the republic: "Who Never Sold the Troth to Snve the Hour.”—Jackson. “May the Virtue and Happiness of the i'eopie lie Preserved and the Gov eminent which They have Instituted for Protection of Their Liberties he Perpetuated."*—’WashingtojR. “May the infinite Power Which Hules the Destinies of the Universe Lead Our' Councils to What is Beer, and Give Them a Favorable Issue for Your Prosperity and Peace." Jeffer son. Jefferson’s picture Is just above the speaker’s stand, Washington's at one end of the hall aud Jackson’s at the other. Spectacular •’boom” work was done today by the Wilson men who sent emissaries with thousands of paste hoard hatbands hearing their slogan: "Win with 'Wilson.'' mark boomers have con lined their activities principally to pasting pic. Litre* of their candidate in almost ev ery available spot inside the hotel v here their heajqiiartors i^re located and issuing reams of campaign liter ature.' Portraits' of Harmoh, -Under - wood and Gaynor ^re everywhere Ui evidence. Discuss the Unit Rule. Baltimore, June 22.—The vigorous con tih nation of the unit ruie of Deni Of’lab national conventions * was con sidered tonight by t|i econuulftee oh arrangements,' meeting with i[s mu. c< nun it tee on rules ('buries K Crispe of Georgia fiurllauientarian pf the na tional house of reprcseruaiiveh uni of 'the coming’ Convention,* cited the PRINCESS THEATER MOTION PICTURES Entire Change of Program Each Day The Coolest Play House in the City The Eest in the Motion Picture World MONDAY’S PROGRAM “THE RECOIL.’’ (Reliance*) a drama of human Interest an 1 appealing situations. “A MESSAGE FROM BEYOND.’’ (Solas) a spectacular reel, one of the successes for which this company is noted. “DRAWING THE LINE.”iRex» a drama in which ilhe scenes aud characterizations arc true to life, and full of human emotions. Prices, 10c Any Seat; Children 5c AIRDOME THEATRE ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ALL THIS WEEK Johnny and Elia Galvin In Late Musical Comedy Successes Monday and Tuesday, "Little Miss Mix-Up“ Wednesday and Thursday, "The Two Masque raders “ 25-PEOPLE-25 special (10-foot baggage car of ncenery and effects ho that noth ing wUI be repeated. ASK THOSE WHO HAVE SEEN THE PERFORMANCE. No change In Prices. PRICES: - 10c, 20c and SOc Seat Sale at Kempner’s. DON'T MISS IT DON’T FAIL TO hE THERE irecedcutu tor the unit rule. me trade will bp ratted as a point of a*-, der in the convention, it is expea etl ami not through formal contests -f rival delegations. Wilton Answers Bryan. Baltimore. June 22.—Governor .Wil son of New Jersey tonight telegraph ed to William Jennings Bryan a ring ing message that the Nebraskan was entirely within hta rights in doing everything possible to effect the selec tion of a progressive for temporary chairman of the democratic national convention. The message was in reply to tfhe telegram which Mr. Bryan sent to five democratic candidates for president, protesting against the selec tion of Alton B. (barker of New York. The Wilson reply was as follows: “You are right. Before hearing of your message 1 clearly stated my posi tion In answer to a question from the Baltimore Evening Sun. "The Baltimore convention Is to be a convention of progressives—of men who nre progressive in principle and by conviction. It must, if It Is not to be put in a wrong light before the country, express its convictions in ils organization and its choice of the men who are to speak for it. You aro to be a member of the convention and are entirely within your rights in doing everything witlhin your power to bring that result about*. No one will doubt where my sympathies Up and you will I am sure, find my friends in the convention acting upon a clear conviction, and also in the Interests of the people's cause. I am happy in the confidence that, they need no suggestion from me. (Signed) WOODROW \£II,SON' tart is Congratulated. Chicago. June 22,—Hecrotarv Hillea wired lhe present the following an soon as be was nominated: “Your vindication has come at the close of the fifth dav of the most Important national convention held since the Civil War. Hundreds of your friends have ashed me to felici tate you.” OROZCO MAKES THREATS. Kl Paso, Tejtas, .Tune 22.—fienernl ■Orozco, the rebel Chief, today demand ed of the American Smelting and Re fining ComiuMiy, at Chihuahua, accord ing to advices reaching here, that they purchase five carloads of gold bullion from feint, and on their re fusal he threatened to close the plants. The company's officials are re|iort cd to liave declined to buy what they believed to he stolen goods.: Cjosing of the plant would throw hypoo men out of employment, probably forcing them ifito the rebel army. The com pany Is reported to have appjied to American Consul Letcher for protec tion DECLINE ARBITRATION. Paris Juttf 22.—Phi* French trins Atantic line today declined to accept tlhe government's suggestion that It should yN?it.ra11. between the chipping < on>panics and the Beamon. The ship plug companies of Bordeaux, also Itave refused the government'* sus gestion. The Measageries Maratimes of Mar l sellles, on the other hand, have accept ed the offer of the government. Neither l-a Lorraine nor Virginia will sail toduy from Havre as no blue jackets are available. WANT FEDERAL PRIMARIES Waslngton, June 22 -Government supervision of presidential preferwtn* primaries is proposed in a bill Intro duced toduy by Representative Hol land, Republican, of Ohio. A nation! board of five members would lw « charge of ail primaries of nil part’® 1 in the United States. Boards of three members would have charge of pri maries wittiin the states. Candida's? fur president would be required flit declarations of candidacy with tha nntlonnl board and pay 91,000 each •» filing r*!ea. Penalizations are included to provide against the bribery of vot ers as well ns delegates, nod office!* of non vent Ions.