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_ “GET THE HABIT” and VISIT THE HOUSE OF BIG HITS! Monday and Tuesday “In The Garden of Allah” IN THREE SPECTACULAR AND WORST GORGEJOUfc REELS EVER SEEN IN HOT SPRINGS. A FEATURE COSTING OVER *100,00(1 TO PRODUCE. WEDNESDAY ‘THE HUNCHBACK’ PAl *■ KE’VAL’S GREAT STORY IN THREE REELS HO—GR ! \T SCENES— SO. istS'iSvitom' cr "'STOIiv 3 M03T ,XT™' Thursday and Friday SATURDAY *TUC RFQlIRRTPTinM’ Animated Weekly 1C nCOUnntU ■ IU|f showing worlds greatest events. WITH BLANCHE WALSH IN THE LEADING ROLE. SEE | , -Tw__ THIS GREAT \< TRESS POT'ORE THE CAlMKRA. 3—OTHER REELS—3 THIS FEATURE CONSISTS OF FOUR BIG REELS. | DON'T MISS THIS GREAT PROGRAM. LYCEUM THEATER AT THE AUDITORIUM Shepherd of the Hills. There are many bits of excellent character drawing in “The Shepherd of the Hills," tiie dramatization of Harold Hell Wright’s most widely read novel, which comes to the Audi torium Thursday, January 110th, to. an engagement of one night. It is a beautiful play, till 'd with tears and laughter, one cannot help laughing or crying in turn. If his heart is right. The people that move within it are so human that the audi tor will pick them out fpr like and dislike, as If he had really known them in flesh, rather than on the 1 cards of the stage. "Bunty Pulls the Strings.” The sensational comedy success of two continents, "Bunty Pulls the fairings.” Graham Moffat's now fam ous Idyl, is announced for production at the Auditorium Monday Feb. :!rd. "Bunty Pulls the Strings, has a rec ord of two years in I ondon, at the Haymarkot Theatre, and achieved ; < nomenal success in New York where it played ior one solid year at the Comedy Theatre. “Bunty Pulls the Strings” holds the distinction of being absolutely clean irom start to l.nifh. the comedy situations being none tho less laugh-provoking be cause *of the absence of suggestive ness. Margaret liiington. '‘Kindling," a new American play bw Charles Kenyon, is the vehicle which has brought Margaret Illlng t;n back to the stai^ in all her great ness. and will he the offering at the A"dltGrium, Tuesday, February 4th. This gripping drama is acted- In a single scene in the tenement quarters of New York City, the home of a stevedore and his wife There are a few characters and the most im portant of them all is an unborn child. It is the rights of this eliild at its impending birth that ihas engaged the powers of Mr. Kenyon, and he speaks with tragic eloquence through its un tutored, but thinking, suffering, des perate mother. Against the benumb ing wretchedness of this mother the author has set hhe incidental fact that the very tenement in which she trends to bring forth and rear her child, is one of the hundreds owned by a vast estate—obviously the T"ta lly Estate is meant—some of whose heirs are engaged in a superficial and stuffy ciharity. It is not until the mother becomes a party to a Iheft in order that she may give her babe the tonic of pure air that the so-called aristocracy is made to realize that mothers are mothers, even In pover ty. Walker Whiteside. Wherever Walker Whiteside and Ids company ihave appeared this sea son In the sensationally successful play, -The Typhoon, v critical writers in reviewing the performance have Auditorium Mon. Feb. 3rd, The Messrs. Shubert and William A. Brady present A Specially Imported Company of Players, Selected from the Leading Theatres of Edinburg and Glasgow in the International Comedy Success Bunty Pulls The Strings (By Graham Moffat.) As Presented for two years at the Hay market The atre, London, two years at the Comedy, then tie, Fe\. York, and six months at the Prine ess Theatre, Chicago. PRICES—50c to $1.50. Seat Sale Friday. SUNDAY CONCERT. Professor Richard Barton's splen did orchestia will render its usual weekly concert in the rotunda'of the Arlington hotel tonight. .Manager torrington cordially invites ad friends of the fashionatile hostelry to attend. As is always tthe case daring the sea sott, the spacious rotunda will be EASTMAN OPENING. The I'< .31man hotel will he formal l.v d; t tic,| tor the season February 1. It is already homing a snug gather 'll cf the. early arrr.ala and Manager "rt T. Osborn regrets lihat it wilt i e l r:>cs dole to have all the many di". avtmt nts in full running order he ft.re net t Saturday. Not only was the Scene from ‘The Srtecherd of the Niils." Auditorium, Th'u-sday, January 30. given unstinted praise to the superior excellence of the organization, every member of which has been selected l«y Mr. Whiteside himself. This fine «h tor evidently believes that how ever small the part in a play as bis and vital as “The Typhoon,” it should be played by a competent actor to give full value to the performance. The production which Mr. Whiteside has given to this remarkable play Is said to be th'e most complete and per I tect ever taken on tour. Next week | at the Auditorium. ANNOUNCEMENT. Robert R. JWcRoberts Is a candidate | lor public patronage at the Southern | fowling Alleys, before the people of all parties, including the suffragettes. banked with chairs and a vast throng can t;c comfortably cared for. There will be special numbers for two of rrofessor 'Barton's soloists and as that a(lmirat)!c director has arrang ed his program with special rare, musical lovers are assurred a raro j treat. Sentinel-Record want ads i>av. 1 ''astmr>n hotel redecorated and fur ther beautified during the summer, but the billiard and pool hall was lompletdy overhauled and new cues purchased, but a service bar was placed close to the handsome grill rcom. A special feature this season will I) tallies just suited for two in the ‘paclous i staurant, l.ast season j Margaret lllington, in "Kind,mg'1 at Auditorium, Feb. 4. when t!he big room was crowded on ball nights or with theater parties, she management was frequently com pelled to have several different par ties take seats around the same table. Hut this season milady and her particular gallant will be able to have their private little party. Manager Osborn is out to make the. annual inaugural assembly In the beautiful ball room of the Eastman hotel next .Saturday niiiht an even greater success than in bygone sea -ons, and as all the regulars among riot Springs' callers, as well as the resident smart set. well appreciates, the lial! has always been a gala one. The hall room ha i been redecorated and fairly sparkles In its new at tire. Professor Phillip I.affey, who will ' ,>gaia direct the Eastman’s orchestra, i is due in the city early in tiho week. He can bo relied upon having a dance program crowded with dreamy wait us end snappy two-steps. ARLINGTON BALL. The visiting social colony, joined by their fair southern cousins had un Inning of gayety In the beautiful ball room of the Arlington hotel last right. The, regular weekly informal assembly was attended by a splendid titronsr and though milady was not required to dress she was radiantly attired, just the same. Then, many of the gallants were in evening dress. Professor Richard Barton's splen did orchestra was not cn tv heard to ■ood advantage, tint it :r adored a lot of the season's new successes in waltzes and two-steps. Following the assembly the belles and beauxs (had a gala time in the grill. All in all. tne Arlington set and those it enter tained, had their customary rollick ing round of enjoyment. ST. MARY'S BAZAAR. St. Mary’s Church llazaar opens this evening at 888 Central Ave. It will end Saturday, Fe’>. 1st. Father Doyle and parish'oners 'have worked earnestly for success. They deserve the support of till residents and visi tors, because the pastor's executive ability lias done much in his short administration since last July to make 'Hot Springs remain the mag net it must be to men of all profes. sic.ns wuo come to rest and recuper ate at this internationally famed Spring. A pleasant evening is assured ail who attend tije bazaar. The history of St. Mary’s is closely linked to the present. A clergyman has well said that a beaut'ful church and rectory to replace the St. Mary’s of today should be reared by the peo ple of Hot Springs and its visitors as a monument to the early missions of Central Arkansas. FREE TO YOU—MY SISTER Free to You nnd Every Sister Su^ erlng from Woman’s Ailments. I am a woman. i 1 know woman's suffering*. 1 bav« found tho euro. 1 will mall, free of any ihurgd, m y horns Intf rvit with full Instruotlomt'oauy sufferer from iimn'salline uts. 1 want to tell iH women about this cure—you, my render, for yourself, your daughter, your mother,or yourauter. 1 wantto tell you how to cure yourselves at homo with out the help ofadoetor. Men esnnst understand women's sufferings. What we women know from •ipsrunci, w« know better than any doctor. 1 know tlmt my'hoine treatment is safe and sura cure for IncoriliMP or Whitish dischtrges, Ulceration, Dis placement or failin'- of thn Womb, Profutt, Scanty or PunM renoda, Utirinc orOiaran Tumor.! rr Growths; olio point Is head, hack and howtit. teei ng Ptwn toolings, nairoutntat, crisping fasting up Iht tp no. miinncholy, desire In cry. hat flashes, woorlnist, kidnoy tr.d bladder Iroublss whirs csitsd ky weaknesses pscuiisr to our Meg. 1 want to send you a complata tan day’s iraarmaal antiraly fraa to prove to yon that you can euro yourself at- noine, easily, quickly and surely. Remember, that.rt will coat you naihingto give th® treatment a complete trial: and if you wish to continue, it- will cost you only about 1H cents a week or lews then two cents a day. It will not interfere with your work or occupation. Jus* sand ms your nama and addrats, tell me how you suffer if you wish, and 1 will send you the treatment for your ca^e. entirely free,in plain wrap per by return mail. I wilt also send you fraa sf coat, my book—''WOMANS CWH MEDICAL AOVIStl" with explanatory illustrations show*r.g wh* women suffer, and how thev enn easily cure themsolveM at home. Every woman should have it, and learn to think for harstlf. Then when the doctor saya— "You m ost have an operation,*’ you can decide for yourself. Thousands of women have cured thonuic.ve* with my home remedy. It cures all old or young. To Mothan of Daughtan, I will explain a Him pie home treatment which «p«H*dily and effectually cures I.iCucorrn«»i », Uroen Sickness and Painful or Irregular Menstruation in young Ladies, Plumpness and health always result® from its use. W herever you live, I can refer you to ladles of your own locality who know and will gladly tell any sufferrthat i hi \ Homs Treatment really euros all women's disease's, and makes women well, strong, plump and robust. Juwt tand ma your address, and the free ten day's treatment i® yours,also the book. W rite to-day, as you may not sec this offer again. Address MRS. M. SUMMERS, Box H - - South Bend, Ind., U. 8. A. Auditorium Thursday, PRICES—25, 50, 75, $1.00. Gaskill & MacVilty (Inc.) Announce ► -» ** What the Critics Say: The Play will soli the BooK and vice verve.—t'hlcaKo Journal. As beautiful a story as has eve.* been told.—Dayton, O., Jon j. I The production la acted, staged and mounted fittingly and the at mosphere of the story is well pre i served.—Indianapolis News. A simple pastoral of the Oiarks; really penulne sentiment.—Colum I bus, O., Dispatch. SEATS AT KEMPNER’S Auditorium One Night, Tuesday, February 4 FIRST TIME HERE OF THE DISTINGUISHED EMOTIONAL ACTRESS E. J. BOWES, PRESENTS Tfeg ftajerican Diwse -IN 1 1 . The Greatest Humanity Play Ever Written A FLAY THAT HAS THRILLED THE ENTIRE CONTINENT. ORIGINAL COM PANY FROM DALY’S THEATRE, NEW TORE CITY. Prices 50c to $2.00, Box Seats $2.50 Seat Sale Saturday, February 1st — LYRIC THEATER VAUDEVILLE . UD'II >» fL _J j.La Qf Fcliv Qiefnrc Presenting a roaring comedy singing and TL „ A n 11 Posiiiwly the most tallied and arlistic Four now rprm Billy lhase and UI6 ul> rCIlX ulSiCId dancing sketch “Uncle Josh and the Girls” H1C “r DOMICIIS ing in vaudevilla-See the "Kid" with the Baton. Lyric Symphony Orchestra tra in the city. Evening 2734s-9:i5 Popular Prices, 10 and 20 cts.