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VAUDEVILLE TODAY Wm. Schilling & Co, in the Powerful Dramatic Sensation. “DESTINY.” Chas. & Madeline Dunbar “THE WONDER WORKERS.” DOYLE & ELAINE « Those Versatile Girls. WILLIS AND HASSAN Master Equilibrists. MILT ARNSMAN. Monologist. Coming Thursday THE DELIGHTFUL SONG FARCE Marry Mary NEW CENTRAL THEATER fVoday We provide a two reel Sfiakesearian classic that more .khan speaks for itself. > 'SHYLOCK” Adapted from ‘Tit® Merchant or ^Venice' A magnificent .iroduc *lon from beginning to end. Mas terpiece and perfect; also the (following Kdison comedy, “A LETTER TO UNCLE SAM." With a military flavor that will surely captivate you, Be sure and hear the Royal Ha waiian duo at this theater to morrow. A big special musical feature. THE NEW LYCEUM “THE HOUSE OF BIG FEATURES” —- - .. ■ . HERE IS TODAY'S * PROGRAM /“HER DREAMS OF YESTERDAY’ The Title Not Reported. “LOVE AND PAIN— THE MAN NEXT DOOR" Wednesday's Pictures. FRAU VAN WINKLE'S » GRILLERS “THE HEART OF A CHILD.” THE LESSON t THURSDAY'S NUMBERS ‘‘THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH" A .'l-reel roneo feature tlhat. 'vill make the hit of the aeasoi. the NEWEST AND BEST PICTURES. COMFORTABLE SEATS. . ■■ M.l .. ■■ .. Observation Tower j On Hot Spring* Mountain. 1M Feet High. Contain* 24 1 tent of ate*!. Splendid Eleva tor Service. Alao ea*y grad* Stairway. Afford* a mag nlficent view 6f Hot Spring* and Central Arkaneaa Messrs. A. M. Chisholm, of Duluth. Bn‘l <i«‘o. T. A ut liter, of St. Paul, reg I'tered together yesterday at the Pnrk. ] Cbe Cheaters ^ — AT THE PRINCESS. '' illiatn Schilling and company in their powerful dramatic sensation. “Destiny.” have brought to the Prin cess one of the greatest sketches ever seen in vaudeville. The sketch it self is a masterpiece and tlie portray al ot the characters constitute a mar velous piece of histrionic art. Wil liam Schilling in die leading role is the equal of any dramatst who ever appeared in the city, while Bessie Palsoni. as the woman, and James t'ooper, as the newspaper reporter, give him the excellent support which causes his interpretation of the piece to stand out clearly. it is the greatest sketch, probably, that Princess patrons have ever seen, tihd if first day indications are a cri terion it will bring to the Prncess a record breaking three day’s run. There are other big features on the mu, too. in fact every act is a head iiut-i. Charles and Madeline Dunbar In their original novelty, "Animal Phenology." 'have a decidedly clever ael in which some excellent imita tions of animals by both, some catchy singing and splendid comedy abound, their act caught on from the first and promises to make a bit bit. Wills and Hassan, master equili brists. have been properly named, as it would be difficult to find a bigger or better acrobatic act than they present. They give more new and novel stunts than any team of the kind that has visited the Princess for the season. Doyle and Elaine, the versatile girl are classy singers, dancerB and come diennes. Their dancing is especially attractive, but they sing and play the Piano in a very acceptable manner. The dance by one of them while play ing her own music at the piano was a decided hit. Mitt Arnsman, the monologist, is a splendid single entertainer, one of the rapid fire kind, and he rounds out a hill that for real excellence and en tertainment would be difficult to equal. It is one of those exceedingly clever bills in which every minute counts. ROYAL THEATER. A trio of headliners will be teen at the Royal today, three master pieces of motion photography, com bined on a single bill by lucky #icci dent. "In a Roman Garden," from the studio of the Powers company, Is a scente beauty of the piece vies with the charming romance which it clothes. . "The Greatest of Charity,” Is a Nes tor dramatic offering, one in which charity and love are the predominat ing iulliienoes which go to make up the story. "The Amulet," a beautiful romantic drama from the Gem company, one of those magnificent love stories front the company which makes the best. The picture of the TeCOTT” FTBt Springs tire, taken by Manager Blue chke, have arrived and It Is expected that they will he shown about Wed nesday. The picture is a splendid one and everyone who witnessed this fatal and destructive conflagration A MESSAGE TO WOMEN Who are “Just Ready to Drop.” When you are "just ready to drop.” when you feel so weak that you can hardly drag yourself about—and be cause you have not slept well, you get up as tired-out next morning as when you went to bed, then you need help right away. Miss Lea Dumas writes from Ma lone, NT. Y., saying: ”1 was In a badly run-down condition for several weeks, but two bottles of Vlnol put. me oil my feet again and made me strong and well. Vlnol has done me more good than all the other medicine I ever took.” If the careworn, haggard men and women, the pale, sickly children and feeble old folks around here would follow Miss Dumas’ example, they, too, would soon be ahle to say that Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron remedy, had built them up and made them strong. It is a wonderfully strengthening and Invigorating body-builder, and we Bell it under an Ironclad guarantee of satisfaction. You get your money back If Vinol does not help you. R. G. MORRIS DRUG CO. D 0 Y A I II THEATER L Up-to-the-Minute MOTION PICTURES To Day '•IN A ROMAN GARDEN." Scenic Romance—Powers. "THE GREATEST OF CHARITY." > Dramatic Nestor. “THE AMULET." Romantic Drama (Jem. Better Babies Taking the Measure of a Prize Baby TWO of the finest babies in Colorado each recently won one hundred dollars in gold. These two are the first to win the Woman s Home Companion Better Babies Prizes offered in each state in the Union. The story of this Colorado Baby Contest is the significant and wonderful story of perfectly healthy, splendidly formed, prize-winning babies, told in the WOMAN’S HOME COMPANION April number now on Sale. The Wide-awake Newsdealers sell it h Hov,nl Arlinstno Hotel Co. I'nrk Drug Co. 'iho Pullman Smoker. H. a. Arnold. Harkman. C. H. Weaver & Co. F . T„f,,._Vc Hotel News Stand. I. Wvatt Jerrrejs. j. McConnell. - ' — — * •t;al' Co. Pullman Htoel, t!20 Central Avenue. will want to see it. Watch for the announcement. WILD ANIMAL SHOW. Of course, you have heard all about tin- great crowd that attended the ''all game at Whittington park, hut did you know that a great many of those who saw the Pirates capture the first effort of the season, stopped at the Gator Farm and Marine Mus emn where the Horne Wild Animal show is in the very zenity of its suc cess. fordone had nts lions working in great shape for ttiie big matinee : yesterday afternoon, which acted as a prelude to the session on the dia- | mond. There Is every reason in the world why the patrons to this attrac tion should tie pleased, for they not only see this show, but also view the wonders of the Marine museum, as well as the Gator farm, where over 1.000 alligators of all sizes are kept. LYCEUM THEATRE. Those who enjojy the pictures at the Lyceum that have for the major thought a delightful romance, will be more than interested In the one that tells the story of a “Yesterday.” lu producing “Her Oreanis of Yester day,” the BxcelUior company gave the moving picture world one of the prettiest films and cleanest human in terest productions that has come out of New York in many weeks, amt which received the approbation of th Hoard of Censorship. There is another masterpiece, “The Title Not Reported,” a story of a big land deal. Rather a unique title for a picture, and so is the plot, while the action Is unsurpassed. “Love and Pain” and "The Man Next Door," making four pictures in all. are also on the program. Thursday comes the big three-reel production, "The Pride, of the South." a feature you should bear in mind and lie sure and see. NEW CENTRAL THEATRE. If there is one thing the New Cen tral is noted for it is the versatility of its pictures, and an illustration of this is soon in the program today, when there wil Ibe offered two reels of Shakespearian masterpiece, one of the greatest classic "The Hard of Avon." ever wrote, entitle, "Shyloek,” which comes to this city for the first time. This is a special production and is a masterpiece in acting, cos tumes, stage settings and all that goe to make a reel vof this nature memor able. Be sure and see this feature today. In connection with this there will also he an Edison comedy dramav entitled "A Letter to Uncle Sam,’ which is a military story and one with a most unique and interesting plot. The New Central also desires to cal) attention to the special en gagement of the Hawaiian Duo, a clever foreign singing team, who will appear at this house tooinrrow. This is their Initial appeafance in this city, and they will sing a repertoire of tiheir own songs as well as Ameri can numbers. THE LYRIC THEATRE. There have been many acts at tire Lyric theatre, impersonations ot blackface comedians, but up to the present time there have been few that puts over this comedy feature as do Williams and Held, two of the most clever vaudeville artists in the country in their particular. Nothwitb 8tamllng the big opposition in the hotels, the Lyric was sold out on the first show, and the crowd roared at this team as it had never enjoyed it self before. Their style is different, and in their sketch "The Roustabout and the Yellow Gal," they offer a dis tinct novelty. There is auother act that also mad a most favorable impression, because of the talent shown, the versatility of their offering, the "ginger” of the boys and the pleasantness with which they went through their feature, and that was Cook and Birch, better known as the young "Harmony Kings," in a pianologue and singing <ipp. YOUNG GIRL BURNED. Played in Yard Where Leaves Were I Burning and Clothing Was Ignited. Little Roberty luck son. eight year old daughter of Andrew Jackson at .">).■> Cove street, was badly burned Sunday afternoon while playing about a yard in which there were burning leaves The child was attended by Ur. K. M. On-, nii.i while she was very painfully injured, she probably will recover, BAPTIST REVIVAL. 'Ohere is a series o meetings being conducted ut the revival at the Sec ond liaptist church, which are draw ing good crowds and much interest nUftnitested. The evening meetings are held at 7:30 o’clock, and the pub lic is invited to all the services. NEW YORK COTTON. New York, Mardh 17.—The cotton market was comparatively quiet again today, but prices sagged off alter a fairly steady start and clos ed steady at a net decline of 4 at « points. The opening was steady at an ad vance of ;t to « points in response to higher cables than expected and fi renewal of arbitrage buying. At any rate offerings did not be come heavy during the morning, and after reacting to about, the closing figures of Saturday, the market rul ed fairly steady until shortly after midday, when sellng was more ac tive following reports trom Berlin tihat a further delay was apprehend ed in Bnlknu peace negotiations. WESTE UNION HO | TIM! PfUtD ^ i* " TEL AM THCO. N. VAIL, PRESIDENT ‘JTloyifcu zirby dtofayif fiovnC Ccun 2& /7aJ$£uf 6cicuJl^) atUc/z&j /o&nTtfy tt/zorafih. 071 /t€&U/6<rf~Clfm Qsyvur Ttrufrrl aj^u>/t: THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY Auditorium Thursday March 4th. : The Perennial Success Elks Minstrels >60-PEOPLE-60 “ALWAYS TflE BEST NOW BETTER" SEAT SALE OPEN THIS MORNING AT KEMPNER’S SHOE STORE BIG UNIFORMED PARADE 11:45 A. M. THURS. Direction - Miller and Draper ILYRIC TH 1TEBI (Now Under New Management) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Williams and Held In the comedy hit of the Vaudeville season. “The Roustabout and the Yellow Gal" A novelty In blackface farce. COOK & BIRCH r'innlologists and singers, a duo bettor known as “THE HARMONY KINGS.” HORNE’S Wild Animal SHOW Most stupendous aggregation of wl\d animals ever exhibited in Hot Springs 3RE the Mother Monkey and her ba by. Also the world famous man-eat ing African Lion, ‘SULTANA.” l,00fl Live Alligators on exhibition a: The Gator Farm and Marine Museum ONE ADMISSION TO ALL. THE 'GATOR FARM AND MARINE MUSEUM OPEN ALL DAY. -■■■■ ■ -- - 1 'M BEAUTIFUL McGLENDON PARK. Located at Lawrence, reopened un der new management. Our specialty, country meals and private dinner par ties. Terms reasonable, no meals served after 8:30 p. m., no drinks,! Mrs. T. ,f. Ferguson, Prop. Phone j M>2. 3-13 lmo | f 1 1 Dr. B W. Breedlove has returned from New York and can be found at ip* i • .i in the \r«. Na; : Bank building, Fourth floor. 2-20 lm. . . .I, > i DANCE Lesson* Every Afternoon Private Lessons by Appointment. Social Dan. ^ ces Every NighL ' Visitors and Strangers Welcome Phone 481 The METZ Dancing Academy 72014 Central Ave Over Royal Theater. Mrs. Metz, formerly Mr*. Babcock. Established for Years. Dr. James 11. Cheetnutt, owing to fire in 'Thompson block, Situs secured offices lu th® Dugtra-Stuart bldg. 3-S-lm. GOLDEN’S PHONE 227 MARKET S. A SAMMONS SON GROCERIES and FEED Lime, Cement, Fire Brisk, Fire Clay, Sewer and Culvert Pipe. 911-913 Central Ave, Phone 42 THREE-DAY DRINK REMEDY DItlXKING MEN MISS OPPORTUNITIES EVERY LUY GET RIO OF Till-: HAMIT. THE DRUG IIABIT RELIEVED IN SEVEN OATS Xu Gradual Reduction. No Pain, Xu Hypudermles, l»> Mr I hoil. Only Sanitarium la Arkanaaa GIvIuk Uncoadltlnmal Guar aulrr. Not ona dollar need be puld until satisfaction haa been effected. Medically Indorsed. EMPLOYED IN HOT SPRINGS ONLY AT DR. PACE’S SANITARIUM Phone UStm-sirt, 432 Spring St., HOT SPRINGS, ARK. I C. W. PACE, M. D., Medical Director. OFFICE. «2»W, CENTRAL AVE. HOT SPRINGS SIGN CO. 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