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Daniel Frohman Presents Arnold Daly in THE PORT OF MISSING MEN A FiOe Reel Famous Player Production In Which One of the Most Prominent Stars of tho American Stage Appears in a Powerful Stiuggle Against Conspiracy and Treachery. Children Under 12 Years, 10 Cents Adults, 20 Cents r% ; NEW j ! CENTRAL f | THEATER f i-: MONDAY ; w : Fourth of the series of “The x * Man Who Disappeared," foatur* # * ing Mare MaeDermoit in * The Light oa the Wall | H«re is i rattlm:' two riot ^ Kalein, x The Fringe on the Glovi I K sunny offers this roaring# comely, X The Uneven Balance ± LYRIC! THEATER -I 8 World's Best Photoplays. MONDAY | In a Persian Garden I i Eclair drama. ■ A Boob There Was | If ex comedy, featuring Roli't ■ Leonard. Z fan You Blame Her 8 s Nestor comedy. I£D B. MOONEY TRANSFER CO. Have just completed their big conr » Crete warehouse, which is now open tor business. WE STORE EVERYTHING. Office 34* Tel. 1774 j Cbc Cheaters | LYRIC THEATER As usual the Lyric has another good hill for Monday. You can always do pc ml on the Lyric having a good bill, for nothing but the best photo plays are booked. They have for Monday ‘In a Persian Harden." an Ki lair drama that is a dandy. It car ries with it a good story that will interest al1. “A Hook There Was," the Hex comedy, featuring Robert Leonard, will bring a laugh from ev emone who sees it. There is also another good remedy by the Nestor people that is fine. It is entitled ■('aii You P.laine Her?" The naame alone shows it to he a scream Al ways a good show at the Lyric. -a ROYAL THEATER Again the spirit of our beloved American nation is shown to England and the British when for years the cry where is the heir to our throne, what will become, of the good nation, who will reel. Not until Vrrnitage, tile .American, realized that he roti d assist llie British in relieving them of their trouble, was there any hopes of knowing the wherealxmtH of the riglitfu heir to the throne. Arnold Daly in the Port of Miss ing Men, which will he shown at the Uloyal theatre tomorrow, Monday, will make you acknowledge the fact that ygu have witnessed one of the best tsa«BiKr.aasar«3iiBBBsaai«3H0t | NEW STAR j THEATER a eu a m 8 ■ £ MONDAY £ f You just cannot resist these— I ■ The Fires of Ambition ■ 9 ■ B A great two reel drama by the ■ I famous Domino Photo players. 8 ; 5 S When Reuben Fooled | | the Bandits ■ I One of the celebrated Keystone I comedies. * | ---| * ALSO ONE EXTRA REEL. 1 i a * The Star Theatre is just what a its name indicates. rjviaarwKaaaaaaairaaaa Extraordinary Exhibit at the Dog Kennels Today IN ADDITION TO THE WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF PRIZE WINNING BOSTON AND FRENCH BULLS Extraordinary Exhibit at the Dog Kennels Today IN ADDITION TO MR. SPENCER'S WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF PRIZE WINNING FRENCH AND BOSTON BULLS, WILL BE SEVERAL OF THE VALUABLE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL Scotch Collies IN THE MIDDLE WEST, FROM HARRY G. SMITH’S GAY CLINKER COLLIE KENNEL. HOT SPRINGS KENNELS END WHITTINGTON AVE. |H|||. " -- iiiui most interesting film productions in years. At no time does the dense drama of love and conspiracy lose its firm grasp on the beho’der. From the time John Armitage, the Ameri can, comes to America With Fred eric, the heir to the throne, lie is kept busy with two dangerous happenings, one is that lie continually falls in love, and tlie other is that it is up to him to foil tlie schemes and plots of the spurious claimant of tlie crown. 1 Hir ing the course of action John Armi tage risks love, liberty, lair name and life itself. But his labors are not in vain, and in tlie end lie sits the right ful heir on the throne, once more he roines an American gentleman and then continues his love allair. On account of the enormity of this 'production, and tlie extra cost in se curing it. the admission at tlie Royal' will lie ten and twenty rents for Mon day. in connection with this wonderful Famous Flayer feature the Royal will show The Adventures of Rival Under takers a Vitagraph comedy. Some comedy. -o NEW STAR THEATRE. ‘The Htnr theatre is Just what its name indicates,” said a visitor to the management, alter witnessing the opening of the city’s latest home lor (lie "movies.” And that’s what they all say, too. They ought to, for the opening Sal nnlay, with tile big four ree' Algerian war drama, was a most auspicious one In every way. However, that is "ancient history" aow, so here's to Monday. “The Fires of Ambition” lias a great sound, hasn’t it? Well, wait until you see this two ree! Domino feature. If will prove to have what all other pictures you may have seen seemed to luck. The Domino company is new to Hot Springs, but you will like the cast and the pictures from the start.] On tlte same program will be one of those a ways popular Keystone come dies-, "When Reuben Fooled the Han dits," and you know what tile Key stone can do when it comes to mak ing you laugh. There will also lie one extra reel, making four in all. Don’t miss this show-. The ventilating system will lie coin pitted Monday morning, which will make the star the most comfortnb e house in the city. -o— AIRDOME OPENS NEXT MONDAY. The Airdonie opens next Monday night, the attraction is the best musi ea1 show at popular prices that ever hit this town. The Matinee (iirl com pany and twenty people. Headed I»v big l>an Russell, one of the best known comedians on the road. This company has been playing for nearly two years in Houston and Cialveston, Texas, and lias been most successful. The chorus is a bevy of beautiful maidens and the cast is made up in principals of the best talent this at traction lias ever had. The plays ate all new, and ttie opening one wi 1 be entitled "Tlie Mail, The Maid and The Money.” The costuming is all new, new songs and special scenery. Be sides Russell, are the well known names of Raul Clifford. R->y Winner, Teddy Fink, Bllily Byrne, Haze .Mc Cann, Marjorie Ray, and many others equally well known. Among the plays that will lie given during the stay which is Tor two weeks only, will bn seen "The Idol's Rye,.fwo .lolly Barons," ‘Tile Silent i'ardner,.Flic Congressman” and others. Big Dan Russell is one of the fun niest men In the show business. To see him is to laugh, and his original ity is the best ever. This attraction is a splendid one to open a summer season of entertainment at the Air dome with, and it goes without saying that the capacity of this itopular place of amusement will lie taxed on Mon day night. The sale of seats will start Friday morning at Kempner’s. Brices, 30c for (lie reserved, and 15c for the gen eral admission. -o WAR DECLARED BY MEXICO Will not Interfere with me serving Mexican Chill, Chill Mac Merchants l unch and Hot Roast Beef Sand wiches wld lie ,;raveys oozing out of it at the Empire, 825 Central avenue. JACK UOOD1NE. MAN WHO DISAPPEARED FINALLY DISCOVERED HIS IDENTITY, AETF.R A LONG SEARCH, KNOWN BY THE LIGHT ON THE W'ALL. For some weeks past the moving picture world lias been stirred by the, news that Marc MaeDermott, one or tbi> greatest stars Edison ever pro-! duced, had disappeared, lie was al-j leged to have been seen in various jplaees and his htenlity established.! This took place upon three consecu-! live* weeks, and now conn's the fourth notiiicatiou that the latest series of ■‘The Man Who Disappeared" wil' be at the New Central theatre Monday. Mr. Marl* rmott. you understand, is starring in these remarkably inter* t i:vg photo dramas and in "The Light on the Wall" In has more thrills than have thus far betnllen him. Local patrons of the New Central will he anxious to see him In this latest fea ture. Kami lias also soul a very good two reel masterpiece, "The Fringe on the (Hove," in which Carlyle Black well plays the lead It is a drama with exciting military situations in it, and Mr. Blackwell is supported hy Neve Carher, one of the pretty and accomplished Ktfcem leading ladies. Essanay provides the laugh for Monday s show, and yon will think so when you see "An Uneven Balance.” You'll have to sit light in your seat or the same tiling, from laughter, will befall you that is signified in the title of litis side splitting farce, ilhm’t miss Monday's show at the city's big.gi st and most popuhir moving picture the atre. „ (Advt.) --o SENATOR BRADLEY DIES IN WASHINGTON WAS P EMINENT IN REPUBLICAN AFFAIRS OF KENTUCKY AND OF THE NATION. Washington, May UT William (). Hr: dl• y. I'nitei! Stales senator from Kentucky, died here at It: 1 f> p.m. after a lingering illness aggravated by a fall. Senator Bradley’s body wil tie taken Monday to Frankfort, Ky , where funeral services will lie held Tuesday from the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. John <!. South. The body will he accompanied hy committees fiom both houses of congress. Senator William ii tO'Hdley was one MALARIA A Malignant Case, Contracted in the Swamps of the South, Cured by ALKANO King of the Blood. 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As a page of the lower house of the Ken tucky legislature he attracted such at tention ttiat at the age of !X a special act was passed by die legislature en abling ldm to practice law If he prov ed his qualifications before an exam ining committee. He satisfied the committee of his qua'ificatlons and made the law ’.ds profession. From the time lie became of age until Ids death there scarcely was a state convention of his party in which Senator Hradlcy was not a prominent figure. He was hut little less prominent in the republican na tional conventions. Faced with a strong demoerath ma jority in liis state, Mr. Itradley often suffered defeat for office. Twice lie was defeated for congress and four times for United States senator after receiving the nomination of His party. In 1XX7 he was defeated for governor. In I Silo Senator Hradlev was elected governor of Kentucky by N.!H2 ma jority. 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Ask them. <!o to It. <i. .Morris Drug Co. drug store and ask about the wonderful results it lias been accomplishing among people they know or send to (!eo. II. Mayr, ‘Mfg. Chemist, l.VI-irrfi Whiting St., Chicago, 111., for free book on stomach ailments and many grateful letters from people who have been restored. Any druggist can tell you Its wonder ful elfeects. MALVERN FANS' TO BRING BAND TODAY BALL GAME THIS AFTERNOON SHOULD PROVE BEST OF PRESENT SEASON. Malvern bill! fans will ,be here In force today, for their team will cross bats with Hie Hades on the Whitting1 Ion park diamond. The game will lie called at ft: H.M o'clock and Scot I y Moore wil lie Hie arbiter. Hang and Smith will lie the battery for the Kagles. The Malvern team is determined to win tills game. These two teams have met three times. In the first game the Malvcrnltcs won by the score of I to ii. the game going ti n innings. The second game resulted in a victory for the Hot Springs ICagles, while last Sunday another ten inning tic game was played on tile Whitting ton park diamond. It was the intention to cull tills game at 2:110 In order to give the Mal vern e'a:i n chance to get the train leaving here at 5:110, lint now that Malvern's delegation will he here with a brass hand, a Idg hunch of rooters and on a special, the game can start at 2;.'In and still he over in ample time to get home early, One of the biggest i-Covvil of the season is looked for, and the home hoys are In great shape for a hard con test. They practiced yesterday on the WhII 1.4 igton grounds and It won't he long Ud'ore they will he a I ' dolled up" in their uniforms, with the in signia of the Fraternal Order of Fugles on the same Word was re reived from Mayor Simon llloom of Fine (Muff, stating that he and a party of*friends would he over to wit ness this contest and pay a fraternal visit to lien Dneinbergg, who is a guest at the Majestic hotel. -o Try a 3entlnel Record want ad. - WAMPINE FOR THE BLOOD is made from roots, barks, berries, herbs. It is truly nature s remedy, SPRING TONIC Banish that tired, listless feeling—feel good. WAMPINE MEDICINE CO. Little Rock, Arkansas. For Sale by All Druggists. M., D. Cl G. TIME TABLE. Effective March mil. 1D14. the Memphis, Dallas & Gulf in ilroad schedule between Hot Springs and Glen wood will be as follows: No. 6 leaves Gictiwood 7;0ii a.m., .r riven Hot Springs !»:5f» u rn. No. 2 leu von Hleenwood 1:50 n.tn., ai rive Hot Hpringa 1:11) ji.m. No. 1 leaven Hot Springs 10:20 a.m.. arrives Hlenwood 12:10 p.m. No. G leav<!n Hot Springs 4:15 p.m., arrives (5 Ion wood 7:25 p.m. These are exclusive passenger trains and will be daily until further notice. .DANCE LESSON! EVERY AFTERNOON Private Letiona by Appointment Rectal Dance* Every E' Nlgnt. B 1 \ Visiter* and Stranger* j Welcome * PHONE 4R1. The Metz I Da ncing Academy 720 1-2 CENTRAL AVI. Over Royal Theater. Kulalill <hpil for Vo(ir* Tango and Hesitation Waltz. «ej a ——-— .— in. ....... i -■ * COMMENCING Monday, June I FRANK DcATLEY Presents DAN RUSSELL AND HIS MATINEE GIRLS In the Merry Wusica,' Comedy The Man, The Maid and The Money 20-PEOPLE-20 And the Famous ROSEBUD BEAUTY CHORUS Two Merry Musical Weeks — The Event of the Season tiUNATKJR. THAN ITS PIMCDK CKHSOR. Prices, Resent'd ilOc. General Admission Ir,c. ’ " * " l_ " " ’ ’* SECURITY BANK ' HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS, TRUST ! AND GUARANTY COMPANY. / A ROLL OF HONOR BANK Sullt to Withstand the Storm. > ! Capital $100,000 Surplus $75,000 ] Public Stenograhper Annie Melton 403 404-105 Citizens Nat’l Bank Bldg. INDIANA ROOF GARDEN NOW OPEN iMMBMaaMHmMHanMiMranjaiimattWHHQusaHNaBHHaMHnaaBHM Southern Bowling Alleys ROBT. McROBERTS. Prop. DUGAIM-STUART BLDG. >ppo*lte Arlington Hotel Four Regulation Alleys Billiard Table* More pleasure can be d» rlyed from a game of ten plus than from any other iport. It sends Indigestion tod poor circulation to tbs four wind*."