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VAUDEVILLE T 0 D A Y Paul Spadoni The Juggler of Two Extremes Ruth Roche Francis Players t i -IM “A TOUCH OF HIGH-LIFE.” and Three Others Three Times Daily HereN* the Reel we have been calling your attention to the ^st few day6.'lt is HERE TODAY ONLY ■•THE PERILS OF THE DANCE HALL" -r ■ -1 Every mother In Hot Springs should see ithis great Kaletn tea- j ture. "THE MINISTER'S TEMPTATION" A strong (human interest story trom the Edison Studio. Don t I "THE INFERNAL PIG." In which Pathe mixes pork and i babies in a happy confusion. I R0YAL It THEATER L _ :_ Up-to-the-Minute MOTION PICTURES “KNIGHTS AND LADIES” A BEAUTIFUL CRYSTAL DRAMA” i"1::1:.1 "THE FRINGE OF SIN." An Imp. Dramatic. ”MA AND THE BOYS" A Power* Comedy. 1 |_Cbe Cheaters ; AT THE PRINCESS. Paul Spiuloni, the juggler, at the Princess for the last half of the week, is without doubt the biggest attrac tion that lias come to this theater this season. There are jugglers and jugglers, but tljare is only one Spa don i. The world has probably never pro duced his equal. He stands as alone In his class as though others 'had never attempted feats of juggling. Of glad atonal build Spadoni juggles camion balls and other heavy weights as easily as he juggles an egg or a rubber ball. He Is the greatest, mas ter of distance, tlie surest of hand and the quickest of eye that ever at tempted feats of thhf * character. Spadoni's act. has character. One for gets when viewing his wonderful feats that he is named on the bill as a jug gler, and sees in him only the mas ter hand, the king of all of his kind. Ruth Roche—Francis Players with their classy musical comedy sketch, "A Touch of High Rife," have an of fering that is nothing but class. All four members of the company are ac con'phshPri vocalists, while Miss Roche is one of the most talented singers that has visited Hot Springs for a number of months. It is a dainty comedy sketch, d.essed in the sweet est of songs and most melodious music, and it Is a big winner on this bill of exceptional merit. Dean and Stevens, the black and tan comedians, have a black face act that is all to the good. Their darn ing is especially pleasing and their songs and comedy are of that rare quality (hat wins the glad hand from everyone. Grace and Eddie Parks, in their clever singing and dancing number have more pleasing offerings than the average vaudeville team. They are j both clever singers and there is some splendid dancing intermingled in the skit. Kroneman Brothers, (lie acrobratlc clowns, are a marvelous pair of acro bats. They mingle the comedy of their offering with spectacular acro batic work iu a manner that makes' every minute one of positive gieligbt. I Of the show as a whole It can be said that It is a big bill. Many have voted it the best of the season and it. promises another excellent ^'un. THE LYCEUM THEATRE. It isn't necessary to call attention to the many excellent productions that have come to Hot Springs from the famous KayiBee producers, for I heir work is well and favorably known. Military specials are their long suit, and the Lyceum theatre to day has a two-reel feature, combined with two other reels, making four in all, or four thousand feet of film, ttyit will be the talk of the town. This two-reel special is entitled “The Ser geant’s Secret," and is a western military story. The Plan of the House," Is a SohM feature, containing a very impressive of seeing it. while Lux ofTers a com edy. "The Bilker and the Sweep," which may puzzle some to find the baker. This is a picture replete with trick photography and you'll enjoy every foot of the film, too. NEW CENTRAL THEATRE. Tlte feature the management has been calling attention to for the past lew days will be at the New Central today, the big Kaleni pictorial sermon and human interest story combined hi one, "The Perils of the Dance Halls,” a reel that is eapeciall yappropriate in every town, and one that mothers and young girls should see for the lesson it contains. The plot rings true to life and will make an impres sion on all who witness this master ful pliolupiaghle effort. •The Minister’s Temptation.” tells the story of a young divine w ho used money belonging to the church to pay an operation for his baby. The theft preyed on his mind and from the pul pit lie confessed, lint he was not al lowed to resign, for a wealthy mem ber of the congregation assumed the obligation. Pat lie will provide the comedy, as usual. It will be the high class Pathe' brand, too. There will he a laughable confusion of babies and pork in this reel, entitled "The Infernal Pig," you will thoroughly enjoy. BUSY DAY AT THE PARK. Yes, gentle reader, there are busy days at the Park. You have no Idea the number of visitors who are tak ing the Whittington avenue car and going there for an afternoon. Yes terday the clouds no sooner broke than it became noised about that the Pirates would he out In the park, but tlie ground was a little too soggy for practice. However, the presence of one of the country’s big league teams is a great attraction in itself, but that isn't all, for there are three other teatures that one meets before reach ing the park that should not be over looked. They are (lie Gator farm, with its 1.000 and more alligators of all sizes, combined with birds, of beautiful plumage and trained monk eys and baboons: Horne’s wild animqj show, the greatest collection of wild animals every brought to this city, with performances every afternoon, showing how these beasts are trained for show work, and the wonders of the Marine museum. LYRIC THEATRE. The Phillip* Cullenbine Trio were given a warm welcome at the Lyric theatre yesterday matinee. An audi ence that filled every seat in the house in the afternoon and left them Binding on the outside at night testi fied to the worthiness of this great vaudeville feature by applause and laughter that was as sincere as every marked the approbation ever given any feature, and that Is what this Is in every sense of the word, a first class headliner. There is all manner of good comedy in the sketch, while the part of the soubrgjjte is well tak en by the young lady. This act con cludes with a dancing feature that is a finale as warm as any ever offered There is also another good act on the 1)111, "Camp Rest,” which is offer ed by Carter Taylor and company, a sketch that is decided unique and re plete with songs and excellent com edy. The bill at the Lyric the last half of the week is one that should attract the attention of all who de sire clean and wholesome entertain ment. The pictures are all new and, there is not a dull moment, in the show from beginning to end. ROYAL THEATER. - A Today’s program: “Knights and Ladies,’’ a beautiful Crystal drama, will he the headliner, a picture story that will appeal to your finer senses. “The Fringe of Sin,” an Itjip. dra matic picture, is one of those excel lent human interest stories, always popular. “Ma and the Boys,” is the Powers offering, a comedy to lighten up the dramatic effect of the other pictures and to send yon away smiling. On Saturday the Koyal will show (the Mot Springs views taken by the i-epresenttiglye of the Gaumont com pany some time since. This reel is now here and the views will he shown without rail. At an early date the first, dramatic film taken by Manager Biaschke of the Royal will be shown. Those who see this picture are asked to give special attention to the excellent pho tograph work of this camera. It has never been excelled by any picture shown in the city. When you see it, compare it with local pictures take A. by other companies and draw your conclusions as to the camera work. Watch for the announcement. —AT THE AUDITORIUM— "A Butterfly on the Wheel.” Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, possibly the most prominent woman in the Suff rage movement, after seeing a per formance of “A Butterfly on the Wheel,” at the Thirty-Ninth Street Theatre in New York, wrote the fol lowing letter to Mr. Lewis Waller, who. In association with the Shn berts, produced Ibis play: My dear Mr. Waller: "In reference to the play. "A But terfly on the Wheel," I have seen this play and consider the court scene in same, one that should interest all Insure Your Property j. With Us , WE HAVE GOOD STRONG COMPANIES EVER READY TO MEET THEIR LOSSES. i ...... ,....< DON’T DELAY TAKING OUT THE INSURANCE YOU HAVE BEEN THINK ING ABOUT—WE INSURE EVERYTHING. Arkansas Crust £o. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT. Phone 264. /((sttn/f V The best fried chicken you ever ate can be made with Cottolene. 7Cottolene f can be heated to a much higher tempera f ture than either butter or lard, without bum- M / I ing. It fries so quickly that little of the fat is m J I absorbed, preventing the food being greasy, m j For this reason, Cottolene-fried food is more M /f' I healthful than food fried in butter or lard. M a I Cottolene is more economical than lard— V goes one-third farther; costs very V much less than butter. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK ^0^ COMPANY thinking women. It 'points strongly to the necessity ow women on the jury, the possibility of a woman judge, and that existing laws discriminating against women should lie abolished and both sexes dealt with equally. This can never lie the ease until the franchise is extended to women. “Sincerely vonrs, (Signed) "ALVA P. BELMOXT, MRS. Ol IVEU H. 1’. BELMONT." “A Butterfly on the Wheel,” will lie the attraction at the Auditorium on Saturday, March 15th. “Harry Lauder." Hairy Lauder, the famous Scotch comedian, who comes to the Audi torium, Monday afternoon, March 17t.lt, has tried his hand at editorial work. Since he was here on his fourth tour of the United States, tie was appointed “joke editor” of the People’s Journal of Life In Scotland, and lie took’ an active interest in his studies. Besides furnishing material of his own, he established a “joke contest" for his JouViai and offered a prize for the best 'humorous anec dote sent in. A school boy in Edin burgh w’on Lauder's ten shillings with this story. “Tom Wilson’s son and heir had just been christened and th» Minis ter was congratulating the worthy narentg on the baby's splendid behav ior. ‘Why,' said he. ‘that is the first time in all my experience that i bap tised a child w'ho did not cry during the ceremony.’ “‘Ye see. sir,’ answered Tom, ’he’s got kind of used to It. His mither an’ me has been practicin’ on him for the last fortnight wi’ a bucket o’ caud | water.’" “Louis Mann.” When l.onis Mann is seen here in "Elevating a Husband.” the dramatic comedy by Clara Ltpraan and Samuel Shipman in which the character actor appeared for six months last season at the Liberty, Criterion and Garrick theatres in New York, the leading feminine role will lie played by Emily Ann Wellman. In the opinion of no less astute a critic than Alan Dale, Miss Wellman is declared to have in her work all those qualities which went to make the fame of Maude Adams. Grandmother’s Mustard Poultice Beats Most Modern Remedies Grandma and Mother an(J Aunt Martha were talking aliout old-fash ioned remedies the other day, hut mostly about the mustard [testers and the ailments they used to banish with them. Grandma said she used them regu larly to do away with aches and pains all over llic body, but especially for pleurisy, cold in chest, coughs, sore throat, bronchitis and whenever any one was threatened with pneumonia. Aunt Martha agreed with grandma that mustard plasters were just splen did for such things but said she also used them for rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia and other things. Mother said, “of course mustard poultices were good for everything that both grandma and Aunt Martha mentioned, but they were dirty and blistered terribly and took a long time to prepare. Site was mighty glad t.hu* Mr. Rogy of Rochester, N. Y.. bad dis covered MifJSTAjRIN® and put It on the market so that people could buy a box at any good drug store for only 25 cents, and that one box did the work of fifty blistering mustard plas ters." Then Grandma and Aunt Martha both said they were talking of years ago; t.iat they both kept RKJGY’S M ( STARING in the house all the time* because it was so easy to apply and would never blfster or soil and was so much better than the o'ld-fshioned mus tard plasttm. that anyone who didn’t use it was away behind the times.” Mr. Hegy guarantees MUSTAR1NE to banlsih all the aches and pains and aliments mentioned above or money bok. MUST A RING is made of real yellow mustard with 14 ingredients added and it works like magic Rub it on tonight and pain and mis ery will be gone in the morning. Thousands also ttBe it to end head ache, earache aud toothache in just a 4 few minutes and to draw out that ter rible soreness from corns, Minions and callouses. Don’t accept any Imita tions, however. Re sure its Begy's Yellow MPBTARINE in the yellow box. Ask your druggist for it; if lie won’t supply you send 25 cents to J. \. Begy, ('lieinis't, Rochester, N. Y , and get a generous box By mail, hardt Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. NEW YORK COTTON. New York, March 13.—The cotton market was higher today owing to continued reports of an Improved spot demand and unfavorable weather in the south with prices closing very steady at a net advance of 6 to 11 points, the spot months being rela tively firm. The opening was steady at an ad vance of 3 to 5 points ip. sympathy with better cables than expected. Demand broadened somewhat as prices worked litRhcr on southern storm reports, although It did not be come general. Active months show ed net gains of about 0 to 12 points during the middle of the afternoon. Realizing checked the advance around this level, but only slight reactions occurred Hod • "lose was at practi cally the best point of the day. Num erous reports were received claiming that continued wet weather was de laying farm work and even planting In some of the more advanced sec tions of the belt while during the '♦ernoon a report was received from New Orleans that the cut worm hail made its appearance iri the southwest. There were also reports from New , Orleans of an active demand for end , of March export engagements but ad vices were somewhat conflicting lu this respect. DON’T SUFFER WITH SORE THRAOT. Sore throat why suffer? Is It nec essary when you have the opportunity to try Rexall Throat Gargle entirely at our risk? We do more than say that Rexall Throat Oargie is the most effective treatment, for all forms of sore throat j that we have ever sold. We go much farther than * that. We positively guarantee that if it does not give you satisfaction, if it does not help to re lieve the soreness, harshness and In flammation and promote prompt and j pleasant relief, your money will be re funded. You have our promise. It i» up to you. It is extremely foolish to continue to suffer from Bore throat or to take the chance of its developing into some thing more serious—as it may do if j-ou delay treatment—in the face of this honest guarantee that if Rexall Throat Gargle does not. relieve, your money hack. Price, 25'cents. Sold in this community only at our store— Tlie Rexall Store—R. O. Morris Drug Co., phone 242, and the Public Drug Co., phone 645. See S. J. SULLIVAN -For IRON FENCES Cheaper Than Wood And (While Bronze MONUMENTS Bronze is everlast ng, stone is not. PHONE 1349. LOCK BOX 293 DANCE Lesson* Every Afternoon Private Lessons by Appointment. Social Dan ces Every J3 Night. 'I Visitors and Strangers ^ Welcome Phone 481 The METZ Dancing Academy 720'/4 Central Ave Over Roy al Theater. Mr*. Metz, formerly Mr*. Babcock. Established for Years. Dr. James 11. Cbestnuti, owing to fire in Thompson block, has secured offices in the Dugan-Stuart bldg. 3-8-1m. LYRIC THEATEBl (Now Under New Management)» -Thursday, Friday, Saturday HERE’S THE LAUGHING SENSATION OF THE WEEK. Phillips-Cullenbine Trio PRESENTING A HOARING COMEDY HIT. “A Bell Boy for a Day"~ Invite you to sojourn, suiile ana grow fat laughing at "CAMP REST.” i CHARTER TAYLOR CO. DON’T FORGET THE NEW MOVING PICTURES. . > Saturday, Mar. 15 SHUBERT and LEWIS WALLER Present A Butterfly ■ On the Wheel With the All English Cast and Production. PRICES:—50c to $1.50. Seat Sale Thursday at Kempner's. ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINA NEXT MONDAY, MARCH 17, THE SCOTCH IDOL One Matinee Only Engagement Extraordinary AND HIS INTERNATIONAL STARS (No Evening Performance.) Seats at Kempner’s beginning Monday. 50c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. NO FREE LIST. HORNE’S Wild Animal SHOW Most stupendous aggregation of w!UI animals over exhibited In Hot Springs SEE the Mother Monkey and her ba by. Also the -world famous man-eat ing African Lion, ‘SULTANA." 1,000 Live Alligators on exhibition at The Gator Farm and Marine Museum ONE ADMISSION TO ALL. THE 'GATOR FARM AND MARINE MUSEUM. OPEN ALL DAY. a TRY OUR i a Medicinally pure a COLD CREAM k — also — CROUP SUET a FOR BABY \ Hogaboom’s * 717 Osntrsl asms*. * We specialise In compounding < drugs and dlapensins physicians 5 prescriptions. aaaaxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxa Danielsons Swedish Dyes ... To Be Used with Gasoline. THE NEW PROCESS. The quickest and eas:esl process* for Dyeing Pinnies Velvets, Flowers, Laces, Silks, Veilings, Woolens, Cot ton; also Gloves, without taking the curl from plumes or tuJury to tho most delicate fabric. For sale by The Rexall Stores, R. G. Morris Drug Co., and The Public Drug Co. Dress Forms ^ F Mrs.Marion ■ ! ;ir PRICE $7.00 121 CREST ST.