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TODAY ( All the Real News! ■■ ■-.- - __l SPA1 KB IN HO! SPRINGS THAT RECEIVES THE FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT OVER LEASED WIRES i VOLUME XXXII. hot springs. Arkansas, Sunday, January 2s, 1913. ~0""g5 , FASHIONS I CLASSIFIED I j . EDITORIAL SECOND SECTION 1—.. - - n-al LYCEUMTHEJTRE AND TUESDAY JANUARY 27 and 28 A Trip To 3,200 Feet of Marvelous Motion Pictures Teamed by Dramatic Critics “The Eighth Wonder of the World” By Special Permission ot Lieber & Co. Endorsed by New York Press SCENE FROM “IN THE GARDEN OF ALLAH." PRI NC ESQ ESTABLISHED VAUDEVILLE 0 MONDAY’S BILL The Four Vanis WORLD’S GREATEST TIGHT WIRE ACT. Rossdell Singers VAUDEVILLE’S CLASSIEST TRIO. Fields & Fink Comedy Singing and Talking Act. (Hebrew and Dago.) Two Other Acts and Pictures Matinee at 3:00 P. M. Night at 7:45 and 9: 15. PRICES—10, 20 and 30 Cents. Bijou Roller Rink NOW OPEN — TWO SESSIONS DAILY Afternoon—2:15 to 4:30. Night—7:30 to 10:00. GOOD MUSIC, GOOD SKATES AND FINEST FLOOR IN SOUTH. EVERY MONDAY NIKHT—Ladies admitted free—Skates 25c. fcVtRY TUESRAY NIGHT—Ladies graceful skating contest. EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT—Gentlemen's graceful skating contest. LADIES ALSO ADMITTED FREE EVERY AFTERNOON SKATES 15 CENTS. Special Attention Given TO BEGINNERS. PHONE 1085. R. C. HARROLLE, Mgr. NEW CENTRAL THEATER Monday wmmmmmmmmmmm » “THE WINNING HAND,” itagraph Drama. —0— “THE MAID OF HONOR,” Edison Society Drama. —0— *‘A JAPANESE GARDEN,” —and— “A NEAR SIGHTED CUPID.” A Pair of Seligs. After the show, club sandwiches and chicken salad at. Morris Dru& Cu„ “Thu ituxull Luncheonette.’’ It. Pianos, Organs, Talking Ma chines, Musical Merchandise, Typewriters and Sewing Ma chines for Sale or Rent on Easy Terms. TUNING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY D. C. Richards, Phone 104 724 Central Ave. STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the reg ular annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Hamp Williams Hardware Company, of Hot Springs, Arkansas, will be held In the office of said cor poratiou in the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas, on Wednesday, February 5, at 8 o'clock p. m„ for the Purpose ot electing directors and the transaction of such other legitimate business as may properly come before the meet II AMP WILLIAMS. President. “ l-5-30t When you want a reliable medicine for a cough or cold take Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It can always be depended upon and is pleasant and sale lo take. For sale by all dealers. Sentinel-Record want ads pay. Che Cheaters AT THE PRINCESS. | Following Its established rule of booking only the best to be had in vaudeville, the Princess will present another of those stellar hills, opening Monday, matinee, for the first th”ee days of tihe week. It is a variety hill with plenty of catchy music as well as classic selections, character im personations. novel acrobatics, mon ologues and all the other require ments for a full vaudeville offering and every act is one of high class merit. V'ndoubtediy the Rossdell Singers, a splendid trio of vocalists, will catch the fancy of local show goers to the greatest extent, as local people seem to enjoy these classy singing acts more than the usual run of vaudeville offerings. Tilie Rossdell Singers come with the highest recommendation, having scored a big success in Wu rope and in other foreign countries. '1 hey sing both popular and classic music. The Four Vanis have one of the greatest athletic turns in vaudeville. The company is composed of two men and two women and their sensational performances on the tight wire gives em the full title to the claim of kings and queens of the tight wire. Fields and Fink, a team of clever character impersonators have an act that is sure to prove a wdnner. Fie ds in his excellent characterization of an Italian on trial for murder. never tails to make a hit. He is ably as sisted by Miss Fink, who is decided ly ciever in her own way. Albert Donnelly is the greatest ex ponent of ihand shadowgraphy on the vaudeville stage today. He performs all his work with the hands alone, im itating funny animals, persons, and even cnrryiug out a little shadow play let, with amusing exactness. John T. Murray, is another clc\er entertainer, who had a novel and ex ceedingly winning number, one which will appeal strongly to every vaudo vile habitue. Murray has one of the best single acts in the business. It is another splendid bill, comparing favorably with the recent offerings at the Princess, which have been be i ve~y cream of the bookings of vaude-1 j vine. ROYAL THEATER. Monday the Royal will open the new week witih another of those seu-1 National three-reel feature pictures from the Feature Film company. It is entitled '•Redemption,” and is one of the strongest and most interesting social stories ever told by the camera. It is replete from first to last with specially posed scenes by the great est actors in the motion picture world and there is human interest in every foot of the reel. This picture is made by the same company that produced "Tom But ler.” "Zigomar." "The Glass Coffin," and other winning pictures shown by the Royal and everyone will want to see this latest and greatest, produc tion. In addition the Royal will show a picture from a company that excels all others in the matter of photogra phy and focus. It is “The Surveyor and the Pony Express,” by the Fron tier company, staged and produced in l.-o^’er California where the condi tions for photography have been found more ideal than any other spot on earth. Four big reels from two of the greatest company’s in the business is a program that will call out pa cited houses every hour of the day. Don't miss it. NEW CENTRAL THEATRE. The New Central offers as Its Mon day program four pictures In which line management has great faith, not alone for their drawing powers, but also because they offer incidents of more than ordinary interest People may talk and rave about ‘‘features and special productions.” but when those who enjoy good moving pictures wish to see the real thing, they come to the New' Central. “The Winning iHand” is a Vita graph western drama. Those whose pulse beats faster wtlien they see good horsemanship and daring riding will be in their glory and element as they gaze on this reel. This is from the new company Vltagraph has in the west, and the picture is a winner. "The Maid of Honor” is an Kdison society drama, staged with pretty and costly effects, with a love story of more than ordinary interest in which '.he “maid of honor” has it on the bride for popularity In more ways than one. Selig is offering two reels for the New Central's patrons Monday and one of them is a foreign production. Selig, you see, has toeir camera men all over the world. This foreign mas ! terpiece was taken amid the pictur esque and beautiful environments of e "Japanese Garden.” and if you want to see Japan at its prettiest don’t tail to catch this reel. Also Selig of fers “A Near Sighted Onpiu,” one of the merriest little comedy romances that has flickered from the machine in the new year This is an amusing comedy of cross purposes, but you’ll understand and laugh at every foot oi the same. Features—sure, the New Central has ’em. LYCEUM THEATRE. If any additional evidence, aside from showing features of the better class of moving pictures, which was the rule the past week, were needed regarding the program and policy for the ensuing six days at the Lyceum theatre. It will be found in the great From “The Garden of Allah." week’s program announced today for this house. Monday and Tuesday there will be seen at the Lyceum the most gor geous and spectacular three-reel pro duction ever attempted In tihe histo ry of motion photography. This Is a feature that has been pronounced by critics as something superior to ev ery other film classic ever attempted. It is entitled “In the Garden of Al lah,” and will be certain to attract great crowds. For Wednesday the Lyceum offers "The Hunchback.” in three reels, tak en from the wonderfully fascinating story by Paul FeWal. The character, as many will recall, was one of the most important In history of France. No one man ever did the things the supposed hunchback accomplished. Thursday and Friday there is a stellar attraction. Miss Blanche Walsh, the well known actress, ap pearing in a three reel production of “Tihe Resurrection,” dramatized from Count Tolstoi’s great story. Miss Walsh takes the leading part in this picture and the supporting company is a most excellent one. It is the first time sho ever appeared in mov ing pcitures. Saturday the Lyceum will feature the Animated Weekly, without, a rival in the field of repro ducing the current events of the world. The Lyceum Is proud of Its week’s program. “Get the habit” and visit tihe house of big hits, for you'll see more features during the week than appear In any other theatre. THE LYRIC THEATRE. Guess who's coming to the Lyric theatre Monday? Jolly, popular and talented "Billy” Chase. Rememoer ltllly? He’s the man who never fails. He don't know the meaning of the word. Success is his middle name and he wears clothes cut by a funny tailor. He tjust can't help making you laugh. It’s second nature to him. • Billy" isn’t alone this time. There are two others with him--beauties, too—and just as talented as "Billy." The St. iF*elix sisters march on each side of this comedian and they are presenting their latest sketch, tlhe act that had Keith houses in New York laughing for six consecutive weeks, i ncle Josh and the Girls.” ‘‘Billy” j impersonates the ideal “rube” but there never was one quite as funny as he makes this character, and when It comes to latest songs, Intricate and artistic dancing and beautiful costumes, tihe St. Felix Sisters are elected by aeclamatron. The Four 'Bonnells, positively the most versatile and talented family | now appearing in vaudeville, are also on the Lyric’s bill the flrBt half of the week, opening Monday matinee. There is one feature with this act that is destined to be about as popular as any thespian ever was, and he is "the kid with the baton," a wee mite of humanity who directs the orchestra and the remainder of his family in some of their selections, impersonat ing many of the great bandmasters of the country. This youngster is a wonder. The pictures will also change, as will the musical program of the Lyric’s excellent orchestra. This program is an extraordinarily good one, so get your tickets early. WILLIAMS LIKES SUGGESTION Writes John Ike Moore About Change In Rures of Evidence to Permit Truth to be Told. Relative to an editorial yesterday morning in the Sentinel-Record, for mer Senator Harnp Williams, has written John tke Moore, the following letter whioh emphasises the necessity of the proposed change in the matter of taking evidence in courts of rec ord: January 24, 1913. Hon. John Ike Moore_ Little Rock, Ark. Dear Sir: 1 am enclosing an editorial clipping from the Hot Springs Sentinel-Record which came out this morning. Ty my mind this is a fine suggestion. Several times in my life 1 have taken the oatth referred to in this editorial and was then denied the lib erty of telling the whole ruth. I was once, after being sworn in the federal court at Little Rock, denied the privi lege of testifying in accordance with my oath because one of the attorneys asked me the wrong question and the defndant in the case suffered because I (and otfliers) were not allowed to testify to the truth. I certainly would be delighted if it is possible that there be a law enact ed granting every man the right when placed under oath to testify to the whole truth without being interrupt ed. YoYur friend, If AMP WILLIAMS. PEDEN FOR ALDERMAN. Well Known Blacksmith Enters Poli tics at the Request of Friends. John iH. Peden, a veteran citizen, and well known as one of the fore most blacksmiths of the city for a number of years, announces this morning as a candidate for alderman irom tlhe first ward, bis candidacy be ing subject to the ncoon of the Demo cratic city primary election. Mr. Peden resides on West Grand ave nue. He was induced to make the race for alderman by many friends “lieve that he would be useful aldermanic body, and who have the utmost confidence In his willingness and his ability to serve both ward and city well if elected. He is a man of high and unquestioned Integrity, and will have many supporters at the coles In the February primary elec tion. ARKANSAW SUNDAY DINNER. The Arkansaw Club Cafe begs to announce the service of a table d'hote dinner on Sunday, January 2fith, from 6 to 8 o’clock to which the general public Is cordially invited. The prep aration and service will be unsurpass ed; a trial will be convincing. » Tables reserved. The menu; Blue Point Cocktail Celery Olives Tomato with Rice Filet of Halibut, Shrimp Sauce Duchesse Potatoes Fried Chicken Country Style Or Roast Tenderloin of Beef Cauliflower, au grat.ln Browned Potatoes Combination Salad Ice Cream Assorted Cakes Roquefort Cheese. Coffee *1.00 Sentinel-Record Classified Ads gel results. One cent a word for tach in sertion. MONDAY The Feature Film Comp any's Great Three reel production, Redemption The greatest motion picture treat since “Tom Butler,” “The Glass Coffin” and others. Also— “The Surveyor and the Pony Express" A one reel Fr ontier Feature. 3® SELF-FfOUCtWG 3in #v!\Lp f_ aga/jaagwjgwT, LADIES DON'T FORGET THE WORLD FAMOUS NEMO Self Reducing CORSET WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE DISPLAY OF IIAIR GOODS. emm LAST/KOP5 MAJESTIC HOTEL MANICURE PARLOR,Room 1 You Wonder Where the money came from when a man working for a very small salary buys a home in the most exclusive part of the city. Your Surprise Becomes admiration upon learning how the foundation was laid many years ago by depositing the first doliar towards a saving account. We Pay 3 Per Cent. Interest on Savings Accounts. 4 Per Cent, on Time Deposits. Real Estate and Insurance Departments in connection. 8 Arkansas Crust Co. 623 CENTRAL AVE.