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Today MERRY MARY That Delightful Song Farce With 20 People Song Hits Dancing Specialties 10, 20 and 30 Cents Friday is a good day to laugh and enjoy excellent pictures, and that is wdiy we liave book ed the following hit tor you. "ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A TRANSFER.” i This is especially adapted for Those who Get l*>st in Big Cities. ' ••UNDER THE MAKEUP” Florence Turner is the star of this ,theatrical feuture— " Nuff fluid!” “HIS GRANDCHILD.” fines contribution to the heart bittireat feature of the program. , , * i THE NEW LYCEUM “THE HOUSE OF BIG FEATURES” TODAY’S BIG PROGRAM "THE VENGEANCE OF HEAVEN" ^ two reel reaiuiv that is more tuneful Tluiu a Sermon. "A FRONTIER WIFE." This ts a Kav-Hee Masterpiece of ihe Ureal Wild West. THE NEWEST AND BEST PICTURES. COMFORTABLE i JEATS. WMOHIRnHHHnHh NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I desire to settle up my business af fairs and pay ail debts that 1 may owe or claims that may bo outstand ing against me and I hereby notifiy all persons bolding claims of any kind against me to present I he same at once to my attorneys Wood Al- Wood, Central Ave., Hot Springs, Ark. 3-Hf _M. II. rC.MUKUTON “CASCARETS" FOR SACK HEADACHE — BILIOUS, THROBBING HEADACHE MEANS BOWELS ARE CLOGGED AND LIVER STAGNANT— YOU NEED CASCARETS. You’re bilious, you have a throb bing sensation in your head, a bad taste in your mouth, your eyes burn, your skin is yellow; with dark rings under your eyes; your lips are pare a-, ed. No wonder you feel ugly, meanj and ill-temperated. Your system is full of bile not. properly passed off. and what you need is a eleaning up inside. Don't oontinue being a bil ious nuisance to yourself and those who love you, anil don't resort to harsh physics that irritat^ and in jure. Remember that most disorders of the stomach, liver and intestines can be quickly cured by morning with gentle, thorough Oascarets— they work while you sleep. A ten cent box from your druggist will keep your liver and bowels clean: stomach sweet and your head clear for months. Children love to take Cas carets, because they taste good and never gripe or sicken. MALVERN AVE. REVIVAL. Last night tlie Rev. Goode preached n "God's Call to Man.” He was met as usual with a large congregation,-•** large chorus Jchoir with song and special music, and at the close when the call was made for sinners to turn from their way, two young men and two young women stepped out and made a bold stand for the laird, mak ing a total of 20 conversions in the four day meetings. Uev. Diderllne of the Tigert Memorial church, brought his entire prayer service congrega tion to this service in a body, .which was very much appreciated. The Lord is certainly blessing the efforts put forth in this meeting. It is Imped that the pastors of the city will co-operate in this work of soul saving with prayers and attendance at tlie meetings. Prayer services at 2:.';o every afternoon, at tlie church. ■■ - - . .—» DON'T SUFFER WITH SORE THROAT. Sore I lioat why suffer? Is it ne cessary when you 'have the opportw nlty to try Kcxnll Throat Gargle en tirely nt our risk? We do nut re than say that Rexall Throat Gaigle is the most effective treatment,Tor all forms of sore throat that we have ever sold. We go muen farther than that. We positively guar antee t.mt ir it does not give yon satisfaction, if It does not help to re lieve the soreness, harshness ur.d in flammation and promote prompt and pleasant relief, your money will r>« refunded. You have our promise. It is up to you. It is extremely foolish to continue to suffer from sore throat or to take Die chance of its developing into sometHitlng more serious—as it may do If you delay treatment—in t.ie face of this honest guarantee that if Rexall Throat Gargle does not re lieve, your money hack. Price 23 cents. Sold in this community only at our store- The Rexall Store—R. G. Morris Drug Co., phone 242 and the Public Drug Co., phone lit3. Cbe Cheaters j AT THE PRINCESS. Here is the truth about "Merry Mary." It i» the biggest, best ami most entertaining show ever seen at the Princess theater ami it Is doubt ful if its equal has ever been seen in Hot Springs, in any theater or any time. “Merry Mary" is in a class by it self. Its equal as a musical tabloid lias not yet shown up on the amuse ment horizon. •Boyie Woolfork lias exploited many musical comedies in vaudeville form, but lie,.has reached the acme of suc cess Iri the delightful musical com edy now playing at the Princess. In the first place the story of “Merry Mary” is an excellent one, and dressed in the splendid comedy and music it is one of the most en trancing musical productions of re cent years. The company producing this piece at tile Princess, is the superior of any musical comedy company ever visiting the tdty. Headed by Harry Shannon, <5tiy Voyer, T. R. Hearn, and Bobby Vail, with such charming vocalists its Inez Girard, Helen B. Wilson, and Harrie Lee, the latter as “Merry Mary,” and with as pretty and accom plished a chorus as ever graced a stage, the piece caught on with the first inatinee audience, as the best e\»cr The word lias been passed that the show is a big one, and the last two days of its appearance will be certain tp pack every house. Harry Shannon and Harrie Lee in their specialties, and the musical number by the quintette, as well as every musical number of the entire piece brought-the members of the company encore after encore, and Mr. Shannon, following his specialty at ttie afternoon inatinee, was com pelled to respond to the importuni ties of tile audience with a curtain speech- a real epoch in Hot Springs’ matinee history. There is a dash and a swing and a charm about “Merry Mary” that is often attempted and but seldom real ized. “Merry Mary” herself is a charming vocalist anti one of the most graceful and accomplished danc ers. For those who tailed to attend on the first day It is advised that they make it a polijt to attend today or to morrow. else hey will miss the great est entertainment treat of the sea son. THE LYCEUM THEATRE. There Is another feature at the Lyceum today—two of 'em, in fact— with two reels and the other a Kay Hee masterpiece of the great wild west. The first special is entitled "The Vengeance of Heaven," and is one of the best pictures the Reliance company has ever released. This firm u noted for its exceptionally pretty women, they being given credit for having more pretty girls and more talent in their studio than any of the other Independent companies, and in this two-reel feature come of the best acting ever seen before the camera is done. The Kay->Bee feature deals with the trials and tribulations of the frontier wife, showing what she had to contend with, of the bravery of the women of those days, how they learn ed to shoot to care for them selves in any and all circumstances, and is a beautiful and most stirring pictorial tribute to the womanhood who more than did their part, in tiie settlement of the prairie and mountain country. Both pictures are positively “first run" material, being released by the exchanges the day the Lyceum gets 1 hem. THE LYRIC THEATRE. The management of the Lyric made no mistake in hooking the Petete Family of acrobats. The expression “working like clocks” fits tills act. and their routine, in pyramid building, tumbling, handsprings and all tlie other essentials that makes a feature of this kind worthy and difficult, is “down pat” by this sensational five. Risky tfoes not half describe them. They are wonders and the very best seen here this season. Another pleas ant surprise 4s the engagement, of Fries am) Mack, two of the prettiest ami most talented singing and danc ing girls one would care to watch. One of them does a masterful boy’s impersonation, and as the original Buster Brown Girls they were an im mediate and most pronounced hit./ NEW CENTRAL THEATER Have you jever been in a big city, got on a car, asked for a transfer ami then gone wrong? If so, you will appreciate the dilemma of the big, good n aimed German, who was told, when he stepped off a New York sur face line car to follow a certain lady who held the same kind of a trans fer. But t ie lady ((hanged her mind, which is characteristic of the sex. She went shopping. So did the “boob" from the "Fatherland". She noticed (him following her. She call ed a cop, thgn they all went to po lico headquarters, where the lady say the predicament and all was well, it was "All On Account of a Transfer” and Edison did It. Of course, you will laugh. Florence Turner is the star in the Vitagraph masterpiece, "Under the Make-Up." The audience thinks the scene is in the play, hut it is ver? real to those who partlcl|>ate in the action and you will handly believe il until you see it cone in Vitagraph's own inimitable style. Oines contri butes a good story to the human in terest features of today's program, "His Grandchildren", which von will also appreciate, for it is one every person old and young, sfhotild see. ROYAL theater. Tlie pictures of the Hot Springs fire, filmed by Manager J. G. Blasehko and shown at the Royal theater yes terday, proved one of the greatest motion picture sensations In the his tory of Hot Springs. It was the first time that a big local sensation had ever been photographed by the mo tion picture camera, and no better picture has ever been shown. Every detail of the big conflagra tion is plainly shown, the fire is de picted from every possible angle, and those who had been promised a big treat, and who saw it yesterday, pro nounced the advance “dope” on the picture as absolutely correct, and then some. The picture is staged with special music and effects by the Royal or chestra, and every detail of realism is added to it. The big feature of the picture is the extraordinary photography. The average motion picture fan is of the opinion that a correct picture must be filmed by some camera artist with a recognized motion picture company, but those who have seen the fire picture will agree that just as good, if not better pictures can be taken right here hi Hot Springs. This picture will be shown again today, afternoon and evening. It is the last day and ail who failed to see it yesterday should be certain to make arrangements to see it today. —AT THE AUDITORIUM— Louis Mann Coming in “Elevating a Husband." Welcome announcement Is made of the coming .appearance at the Audi torium Theatre, on Tuesday evening, March tluth, for a single performance, of Louis Mann, the distinguished char acter actor, in his new dramatic com edy. "Elevating a Husband.” The lat ter is the vehicle in which Mr. Mann appeared for six solid months In New York City last season, occupying four theatres in succession, the Criterion. Liberty, Garrick and Grand .Opera House, and in which he has since en joyed a most successful run of two months at the Chicago opera house. Emily Ann Wellman, who lias been Mr. Mann’s leading woman for several seasons Is seen in the role of the wife, in which during the New York and Chicago runs she was credited with having scored a success second only to that of Mr. Mann. The en tire company seen during the Broad way engagement has sent on tour in tact and there still appear promi nently in Mr. Mann’s support, Charles Miller, Percy Denton, Charles Halt.on, Edmond Both,* Homer Hunt, G. Galen CLEARS THE SKIN. — Popuar Massage Cream That Re moves All Dirt From the Pore* of the Skin. The most unsightly skin quickly re sponds to the healing and tonic ef fects of Hokara. the Ideal massage cream and scientific remedy for the skin diseases, and after a few treat ments the skin becomes soft and vel vety. Pimples, and all skin blemishes, such as wrinkles, blackheads, moles? warts, etc., soon disappear when this pure skin food is used. Apply a little to the hauds or face after washing and surprise yourself with the dead black skin and dirt that comes off. M Hokara is also tired in treating the most complicated and chronic cases of eczema salt rheum, ulcers, piles, sores, etc. Although it has unusual curative powers and is entirely different from the ordnary massage cream or skin remedy, its price is low, as a libera! jar can be obtained for only 25c. Larger sizes ,50c and $1.00. Sold and recommended by Sorrell's Drug Co. BAKING POWDER TESTS MADE FROM ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN TWO MINUTES AFTF.R MOISTURE WAS APPLIED _ Cheap or “Big Can” Baking Powder NOTE the unevenness of the contents; also the small amount of leavening gas from the height the powder has risen in the glass. The residues from these powders vary considerably. Cream of .Tartar Powder YOU will also note the small amount of leaven ing gas here; also the sedi ment in the bottom of glass, which is a solution of Rochelle Salts. About 80 per cent, of this powder used is left in the food as Rochelle Salts. Ask your doctor about constant dosing with Rochelle Salts. Calumet Bakingl Powder NOTE hero the amount of leavening gas by the way the powder has risen over the top of the glass. Note how light and fluffy it is; aiso how even the grain is. This test proves CALUMET has a great amount of leavening gas that it is gradually and uni formly given off. It leaves no unwholesome residue. This Proves the Wonderful Leavening Qualities—the Purity—the Economy—the Superiority of CALUMET POWDER Ask Your Grocer—Insist on Calumet. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS, World’s Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, 111., 1907; Paris Exposition, France, March,, 1912. by itall, Laura Walker, Elizabeth Ariaans. Marion' Holcombe and Mar garet Templeton. The scenic equip ment is an elaborate and tasteful one, quite in keeping with Hie standard set by Messrs. Warba & I .uescher in "The Spring Maid," and “The Hose Maid." Fritzi Scheff in “The Love Wager." Miss Fritzi Scheff. the undisputed queen of light opera, will appear at the Auditorium, Thursday, March I 27th, when she will be seen under the [ direction of Joseph M. Caites in a new light opera, “The Love Wag#* ” This occasion promises Brilliantly for Miss Scheff has a vehicle said to he the best of her entire career. Miss Scheff’s new opera is adapted from the Hun garian. The book is by Edith Ell is, with lyrics by Gary Duncan, and music by a new composes, Charles .1: Hambltzer, whom Miss Scheff was the moans of bringing to Mr. Oaiteu. who promptly engaged him to write the music for "The Love Wager.” Miss Scheff proudly states, Mr. Hambltzer is her own protege, this is his first opera. Miss Scheff is admirably sup ported by a strong singing and acting company, which includes George An derson, Harry Stone. Inez Bauer, Flor ence Martin, Cecil Henard and a large chorus. ,_ HORNE'S WILD ANIMAL SHOW. Yesterday afternoon, when the rain put a, crimp in the baseball praetke for Hie time being, and the crowd was under the impression that there would lie nothing doing on the dia mond. they came to the Horne Wild Animal show, where tiiere was an en tertainment of a different nature. “Auto-Polo! No Hoax! Thrilling, will hardly express the five periods as shown at tiie Western League Park yesterday. It is a real thriller and was a surprise to even the news paper men, who are used to unusual tilings. The efficiency reached In handling an automobile cannot be realized until they are seen whirling and dashing around in a polo game, it can be stated straight from the shoulder that the game is everything that has been said of it, and even more." SUES RAILROAD. G. S. Hamm of Cotton Plant Files Action in the Circuit Court Here. G. S. Hamm, of Cotton Plant lias filed a damage suit in the sum of 110,000 against the Hosk island rail road in this city. He sets up in the complaint that while about to board a train at Wheatley the train started to move, and caused him to receive a fall which resulted in serious injury. Attorneys McLaughlin and Hogue rep resent the plaintiff. ■ TUESDAY, MARCH 25. Direct from si* months in New York and two months in Chicago. WERBA AND LUESCHER Present Mr Louis Mann In the greatest triumph of his nota ble Career. ‘ ‘Elevating a Husband’ PRICES 50c to $2.00. THURSDAY, MARCH 27. JOS. M. GAITES present* The Brilliant Operatic Star Fritzi Scheff in 4ier greatest success, the new Hungarian opera The Love Wager Book by Edith Ellin, lyric* by Cary Duncan and music by Cuas. J. Han* bitzer. Augmented orchestra. Company of. Sevonty. PRICES 50c to $2.00. Many suiferers from' rheumatism have been surprised and dellgh'ed with the prompt relief afforded by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Not on© case of rheumatism in ten re quire* any internal treatment what ever. This liniment i* for sale by all druggists. i For all kinds of cabinet work and furniture repair, screening and re can ing chairs, see Barnhart, 10G Ki.-k street, phone 558. 3-2 ,tf. (Now Under New Management)* Thursday. Friday and Saturday The Petete Family Five of the most risky acrobats on the Vaudeville ^tage. i Fries & Mack THE ORIGINAL BUSTER BROWN GIRLS. f Hot Springs Fire Pictures Royal Theater TODAY Positively the Greatest Piece of Motion Photography You Ever Saw See the flames destroy the buildings- See the work of the local fire department See the tailing walls and every incident of the recent fatal and destructive tire. The picture will will be shown two days in order that all mj^y have an opportunity to see it, Don’t miss it. This picture was made by J. G. Blaschke of the Royal Theater.