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TODAY MERRY MARY That Delightful Song Farce With 20 People Song Hits - Danc jing Specialties 10 20 30 Cents NEW CENTRAL THEATER Those wfho recall the “Million* aire Cowboy will rush to see this one. “RANGE LAW.” Another Thriller From the Fa mous “Diamond S.” Ranch—• 1 The Klrea!e«t Producers of Wild West Moving Pictures. “THAT COLLEGE LIFE.” J^eaturlng Miss Leah Baird one * the Vitagraftii Beauties. “A GIRL'S STRATAGEM.” This is a Rioaxaph Reel, and You Know it is a Dandy. Special attention is called to . the "Diamond H” ranch picture here today. m t+l ROYAI II THEATER L Up-to-the-Minute MOTION PICTURES To Day Wilsons Inauguration First Time E\ery Shown in the City. Two Reel Eclalre Feature. “For Better or For Worse j ANIMATED WEEKLY THE NEW LYCEUM “THE HOUSE OF BIG FEATURES” TODAY’S BIG PROGRAM. THE MUTUAL WEEKLY ’’THE RUBE AND THE BARON" “AN EASTER FLOWER.” “A WIFE WANTED.” v I J AT THE PRINCESS. Merry Mary” continues to be the merriest miss In the city, and the Princess is enjoying oite of the heav iest runs of any shovf that has ever appeared there. Tnis beautiful musical comedy, with Its fresh new siage settings, its bright and magnificent costumes, its splendid comedy artists and excellent vocalists, is making entertainment history in Hot Springs. A number of these musical come dies in tabloid form have been shown in Hot Springs during the present season, some of them of real excel lence, but none have approached "Merry Mary” from the standpoint of artistic beauty, clean and wholesome comedy, catchy songs and funny sit uations. It is the ideal musical com edy, ilie full text of tue original, with the waits and changes eliminated in such a manner that the piece goes on continuously for an hour and a half without interruption, making an ideal vaudeville offering unequalled in quality. This is the last day for this big show. Counter attractions and in clement weather havfe prevented many from attending, and these should he sure to take advantage of the final appearance in this city of "Merry Mary." It is a dollar and a half show at popular vaudeville prices. THE LtRIC THEATRE. * _ Have you seen and heard the Bus ter Brown girls at the Lyric. Now. listen, just a moment, it doesn’t make any difference if you are of the same sex, you'll like this act because ot the good singing and pretty costumes. If you are an old bachelor with a grouch, you’ll like this act because the girls will drive away the blues by their charming personality, and if you are single, of the male gender, you’ll say they are the beat ever. They constitute the best singing and dancing act ever seen in Hot Springs. The Petete family of acrobats tire also a feature that all should see, be cause no more sensational act has ever been witnessed in local vaude ville, than that done by this family. The risks they take are many, and tor daring and rapid work, they can not he surpassed. If you have not seen this show, today is the last i banco to appreciate the worta of the Lyric's great bill. THE LYCEUM THEATER. Any time a theater gives a pro gram of positively first run pictures during the week, It stands to reasou the same house on the closing day of tne week must have pictures i'm keeping with tihose that have gortc before and that is why the program at the Lyceum theater today is esp^ daily recommended ro the patrons of tills aouse, for no better or more Entertaining pictures will be found in the city. „ There is the Mutual weekly, the, best chronicler of the worlds events, is of special interest, nnd besides this feature there are three other pic tures on the program. One Is a merry connedy, entit.lad "A Wife fWanteqf', while the other picture, ’•'Bile Rube and the Baron”, is some thing out of the •dinary in contracts between those ot^royal blood and the simple minded folk of the rural dis tricts. ‘An Eastern Flower” Is a DESIGN FOR MAINE MEMORIAL PLAQUES This 1b a photograph of the plaster cast of the Maine memorial plaque submitted by the navy department fo; the approval of the president. The plaques are to be made of metal recovered from the wreci of the batUeshi) Maine and are to be given to patriotic societies which apply for them.' study of a dramatic and travelogue type, and the entire program for to day is of exceptional interest. NEW CENTRAL THEATER. Hemember when “The Cowboy Mil lionaire" Ihelil forth at the New Central? Every one said it was the greatest wild west picture ever shown in Hot Springs. Manyfaske% for another one just as good. Well, Manager Sidney M. Nutt has the companion to that winner, “Range Law”, the new film from the "Dia mond ;S” ranch, where “The Cowboy .Millionaire” scenes were taken. You want to see Shis reel today, for if ever there was a firm that knows how to turn out thrillers it is the Selig company on that same “Dia mond S’’ ranch, and the one today is their very, very best. Vitagraph also sends one of its beauties to the New Oentr’al today. Miss -Lealh Haird, considered the prettiest girl before the camera. She is starring in the film, “That College Life’, a comedy that is in a class by itself, tine of .the college hoys steals his chum-!* clothes and wlhat the others do to him is better seen than told, so get this one, by all means. Bio graph has a drama, the kind for which they are. famous, “A Girl’s Stratagem.” .'Phis, you understand, is "Blograpft Day,” too, so with this company represented, the celebrated “Diamond S” ranch included and a Vitagraph comedy—it’s “going some", isn’t it? ROYAL THEATER. The pictures of the inauguration ot President Wilson will be shown at the Royal theater today—first time shown in the city, of course. The Royal makes a specialty of showing them first, and the motion pictures of the inauguration, complete in every detail, will be shown today EASTER TIME-CLOTHES TIME Your Easter suit and overcoat are ready. Months ago we planned to have them here on time. We have the right size, style and texture to suit your personal preference in ADLER'S COLLEGIAN CLOTHES Recognized as the universal standard of good dress. You can accept our word on the style, excellent quality and fine tailoring of these clothes. Callow, while the assortment is complete. C. WELCHER afternoon and evening. He sure to see them. I The two reel Kola I re feature, “For Hetter or For Worse.” will be shown in connection, as will also -■ Animat ed Weekly. Search the city over and you can not find as big a program as this. Three big features in one daV. It's the Royal way. The pictures of the hot Springs lire shown Thursday and Friday en joyed the biggest run of any picture ever shown in the city, and Manager Hladchke has been the recipient «f congratulations on every hand for his splendid portrayal of this terrible event. See today’s program. —AT THE AUDITORIUM.— Louis Mann in "Elevating a Husband." Fresh from a run of six mouths ;n New York and two most .successful additional months in Chicago. Louis Mann is to lie se**n at th~Auditor 1 mil theatre, on Tuesday evening. March 15th, in "Elevating a Husband," the new dramatic comedy by C’iara Lip* man and Samuel Shipman in which this distinguished character actor is credited with having scored one of the most decided successes of his no table career. Opening originally at the Liberty theatre in New York, Mr. Mann played in succession the Oar rick, the Criterion (for two engage ments), and the Grand opera house. It would be interesting to compute the hundreds of thousands ot people in Now York alone who enjoyed Mr. Mann's performance during these lengthy runs. Louis Mann’s popularity as an ac tor does not consist solely in ills power to make an audience laugh, lie has the rare gift of being able to min gle teara with merriment, one moment convulsing his audience with laughter and the next, by a marvelous transi tion of voice and facial expression, bringing the heart into the throat. No play that he has had in recent years has afforded him sum splendid oppor tunity to display these powers as "Ele vating a Husband.” One of the best comments on the performance is that "it makes yon laugh but it also makes you think." Mr. Mann's role is that of a young fcve-cent-store merchant who tails in love after successfully reaching an af fluent position in business. He is a bit unpolished, however, aud the young woman whom he marries deter mines to “elevate” him. The humor of the play as well as the heart inter est develops from the ensuing compli cations. Fritzi Scheff in "The Love Wager.”. Fritzi Scheff in Joseph M. Gaifes' production of “The ixive Wager,” a* new opera of Hungarian origin and at mosphere, will appear at tlie Audito rium March 27th. The story is from the Hungarian, and the libretto lias been written by Edith Ellis; Gary Duncan providing the lyrics, and the composer is Ct)a». J. Hambltzer. a musician whose ex ceptional talents were discovered and vouched for by Miss Scheff herself. "The Love Wager” gets its title from the'plot, which deals with a wager made by Mitzi (Fritzi Scheff). the fas cinating and inischieious child of a Hungarian widow, that she will give a handsome lieutenant one kiss for each of her three elder sisters if he succeeds in marrying them off. He agrees to find husbands for all of them, and by a series of incidents he succeeds in making three of his friends promise in succession. Th makes Mitzi the eldes t unmarried daughter, as she wanted to be, for ac cording to Hungarian custom Anly the eldest daughter can receive marriage proposals. But when the lieutenant comes to collect his three kisses there is an unexpecter misunderstanding, blit ultimately, of course, he gets his three kisses, as well as the charming Mitzi. Kodak Finishing * tn —A 1 - Watson’s Cigar Store 370 Central Avenue. Opposite Palace Bath House If you horse goes wrong, go to Harris, the horso-shoer, 315 Valley, Phone 972. 3-fi-lmo •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx* ; Secret Societies! x x •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX* MASONIC. Hot Springs Cummandery, No. 5. K. T.. meets everv first Monday. F. V. P. EbbS WORTH. E. C. Hot Springs Council No. 23, R. A 9. M., meet* every second Monday after Chap ter. E. H. EbbSWORTH. T. I. M. Hot, Springs Chapter No. 47. R A. M., meets every second and fourth Mondays b. H. BARRY, H. P Hot Springs bod^e No. 62, F. * A. M., Masonic Temple, first and third Fridays at 8 p. m. JA9. S. REAMEY. W. M. South Hot Springs, near end of Ouachita avenue car line, second and fourth Fri days at 7:30 p. m. CEO. H. BRENNER. W. M. Robt. Cartne.v, Secretary. EASTERN STAR. Hot Springs Chapter No. 60, O. E. 9. Masonic Temple., third Monday at 8. MRS A. W BE It ROW, W. M. Mrs. J. R. Demby, Secretary. 1.0.0.F. Hot Springs Valley Lodge No. f.7 meets every Monday night at 7:30 in Odd Fel lows Hall. Prospect Avc. and Exchange St. Visiting brothers always welcome. Office of Noble Gland on second floor. S. r VAN FATTEN. N. G. ROBT. KOEHLER, Sec y. Hot Springs Encampment No. 8, I. O. O. F.. meets second and fourth Tuesday nights tn Odd Fellows hall, corner Pros pect and Exchange. All visiting Patri arch please attend. J VV. ELI.ISON. C. J. Garland Rebecca Lodge, No. 7!>. I. O O. F. meets every first and third Tuesday night at Odd Fellows' hall. DBLA BI'RROVGII, N Q. Mrs. Maggie Oetilers. Secretary. K. OF P. Meets every Tuesday night. 614 1-3 Central Avenue. KOBT. H LOWER. C. C. Jas. S. McConnell. K of R. * P Hot Springs Lodge No. 380. meets every Wednesday evening 8:30 sharp, second floor Masonic Temple Building. Visiting brothers cordially invited. Sumpter Lodge No. 419, F. ft A. M., S. P. McKEEllAN. E. R. Redmond Joyce, Secretary. M. W. OF A. Hot Springs Camp No. 13343. Modern Woodmen or America, meets at 802 1-2 Central avenue on the second and fourth Wednesday at 8 p. m. C. A McConnell and A. W. Borrow, phvslclans W. R. WILLIAMSON. V. C. J. J. Hlchman, Clerk. W. O. W. Silver Leaf Camp No. 8. Woodmen of the World, meets at Moose hall. 720 1-2 Central nvenue, first and third Thursday nights of each month, Visiting sovereigns Invited to attend. D. S. BARNES, C. C. J. J. Hickman, Secretary. WOODMAN CIRCLE. Meets every first and third Fridays Visiting sovereigns Invited to attend. LIBB1E O'NEAL, Guardian. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY Hot Springs Council No. 2M6 Knights and Ladies of Security meet at Oddfel low's hall, 2nd and 4th Thursday nights Visiting members cordially welcomed. DR JOHN KKWKKS, Free. J. J. H Ickman, Secretary. Elwood Smith, Organizer L. O. O. M. Hot Springs lxidge No. Sft4, T.ovnl Order of Moose, meets every Friday evening in the Moose hall, 720 1-2 Central Ave. Vis ttlng brothers eordlally Invited PR. JOHN M FFWKF.S. Dictator. J. (W. StClalr. Secretary. F. O. E. Aerie and club rooms located at No. 514 Central avenue. Mol Springs Aerie No. El. meets every Thursday at 8 p. in. Visiting Elagles and ladles are always welcome. Club rooms open from 8 a. m. until 10 p. m., except Tuesday and Wed nesday. JOHN P. MAT. W P EDWIN J. LAMB. Sec y. P. O. Box 17. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Cyrus W. Gillis, et. a!.. Plaintiffs. Against Beuna Sanders or Beuna Saunders and Ellen Gillis. Defendants. The defendants Beuna Sanders (or Beuna Saunders) and Ellen Oillis, are warned to appear In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. (riven under my hand and seal or said court on this 3t>Rj day of Febru ary, 1913. Danielsons Swedish Dyes ... To Be Used with Gasoline. THE NEW PttOCBSS. The quickest and easiest process for Dyeing Plumes Velvets, Flowers, l-aces, Silks, Veilings, Woolens, Cot ton; also Gloves, winhout taking the curl from plumes or injury to the most delicate fabric. For sale by The Bexall Stores, R. G. Morris Drug Co., and The Public Drug Co. PIANOS AND ORGANS at FACTORY PRICES Easy Terms; Free Trial; We Pay Freight and Take All the Risk. We will place In your home a beau tiful high-grade piano, player piano or organ for thirty days, free, at ab solutely the lowest price in Ameri ca. If it is not satisfactory we will ship it back without it costing you a cent. We Slave for your choice such makes as Weber, Mehltn, Kim ball, Ivers and Pond. 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Trained by a master's hand. Tickets on Sale at l< EMPNER-V. Admission 75 and 50c Dr. R. W. Breedlov> has returned from New York and can be found at n s i • in the 4.rK. .Sat ' I’a.ik building, Fourth floor. 2 2d I in TUESDAY, MARCH 25. Direct from six months in Now York and two ninths iti Chicago. WERBA AND LUESCHER Present I Mr Louis Mann in the greatest triumph of his nota i bio Career. “Elevating a Husband* PRICES 50c to $2.00. THURSDAY. MARCH 27. JOS. M. GAITES presents The Brilliant Operatic Star Fritzi Scheff In her greatest success, the new Hungarian opera The Love Wager Book by Edith Ellis, lyrics by Cary Duncan and music by Cans. J. iHati* nttzcr. Augmented orchestra. Company of Seventy. PRICES 50c to $2.00. DANCE Lessons Every Afternoon Private Lessons by Appointment. Social Dan. ces Every j Night *! Visitors and Strangers ^ Welcome Phone 481 The METZ Dancing Academy 720% Central Are Over Royal Theater. Mrs. Metz, formerly Mr*. Babcock. Established for Years. 111 —————~——————w————a Dress Forms Mrs. Armstrong is now located at IIS , I-edwidge street, t (which Is street op posite street car of fice, No. 737 Park Ave.i, making her famous Dress Forms —satisfaction guar anteed. References given. Call phone No. l!*ni for information. .Many sufrerers from rheiAuatlsm have been surprised and delighted with the prompt relief afforded by applying Chamberlain’s Liniment. Not one case of rheumatism in ten re quires any Internal treatment what ever. This liniment is for sale by all druggists. ILYBIC TH HER I (Now Under New Management) i Thursday, Friday and Saturday The Petete Family Kive of the most risky acrobats on the Vaudeville Stage. Fries & Mack THE ORIGINAL BUSTER BROWN GIRLS.