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THEATRE TODAY Miss Anita Stewart The Prettiest and Most Talent piI Actress Before tho Camera, Featured Today in "Midst Woodland Shadows.” Francis X. Bushman Maibelle Heikes Justice Co-Stars In Essanay’s Two Keel Drama, “The Other Man,” Here Today. Neighborly Neighbors one of Hubin’s Heal Comedies. TODAY Mauc'e Fealy ThanJiouser’s leading dramatic actress, in tiro four reel special, MOTHS The Imposter A Du bin Drama. Her Victory Eternal Sedg Drama. SATURDAY, THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY. STAR THEATER TODAY Reliance Offers This New Two Heel Thriller, The Revenue Olticers Depuly He Sure and See Dorothy GUll In Back to the Kitchen Hero Is a Genuine Komic Comedy, Dizzy Joe’s Career LYRIC THEATER -- TODAY Vaulins Bush, the Hex Dramatic Ntur, in a big two reel feature, Virtue Its Own Jeward Heine’s Outing Sterling Comedy with Max Asher. The Universal Boy Master Matty Roubert in a New 'Role. Friday Night Amateur Night—Hear Edward ' abeisal, violinist, and others. Cbe Cheaters LYRIC THEATER Pauline Hush, the clever Hex star, heads ottr Iwoking today in Hex's magnificent two part heart interest drama, “Virtue Its Own Reward.” Aliss Bush is a remarkably clever dra matic actress and in this film sh“ is seen at her very best. It is a story that will stay with you for days. •Max Asher, the Sterling joy pro ducer, is here in “Heine’s Outing," a regular scream of a comedy in which Asher is in bis favorite characteristic. Matty Roubert, the Universal Hoy, is also on the program in one of the best productions of his series. Friday night is amateur night and Manager Ow ns has secured a num ber of real clever amateur vaudeville acts. In the absence of professio tal vaudeville, this is the nearest to it in Hot Springs. Heading the ama teur section is Edward Cabeisal, or St. Joseph, Mo., one of the real clever violinists of this country. He is so near to the finished professional that you will never draw a distinction. There are several other good perform ers booked for amateur night, so re serve your time for the Lyric. ROYAL THEATER - / Maude F«tly, tuat sterling dramatic actress of Hie Thanhouser company, will be seen ae the Ko.val today, the first time for many months, and Koval patrons will welcome her in the big four-reel special, "Moths," a pic turlzatloii of one of the most famous fiction stories of all times. Miss FValy is at her best in this bis Pro duction and it has been one of the greatest drawing cards in the metro politan picture shows. "The imposter,” a I,ubin drama, is one of the finest character studies we have ever shown. It is a story of a dual personality that will appeal to even lover of good drama! Selig will close with "Her Victory Internal," a 1i!in story which features tile winning ways of woman and her 1 lower over the sterner sex. Saturday we otfer the next episode of tile 'Million Dollar Mystery." As t'.iis big serial nears its close the in terest grows in Intensity and those who have heeu following it will surely wa it to see this section. STAR THEATER Miss Dorothy Gish is featured in “Hack to the Kitchen,” the Majestic special, at the Star today, and in or der to know just what kind of a pro duction this is, g.ance at the follow ing sysnopsis: Tlio ranchman’s pretty daughter is in love with Jack of the rancho. Her father, owover, rudely breaks off the match and s nds word to a lawyer in New York ttiat he will marry his daughter to a count whom the lawyer is to provide at his own price. The latter looks up an Italian cook, decks him out in a red sash and many medals, and sends him West for the easy mon y. Meanwhile, the cook at the ranch lias developed the matri AUDITORIUM Wednesday, October 28th A H WOODS P(?L5ENT5 I THE. INTERNATIONAL LAUGHING SUCCESS THESSTURPUY EVENINGPOSLmw *• by ftoNTACuc Glass DIRECT FROM ITS SECOND YEAR AT THE ®HAN THCAT8E. NtwYoRK. PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c Positively no Free 1.1st. DANCE LE8EON* EVERY AFTERNOON , Privau J L*Momkr ' AMolntm«nt I ' •acia* Dan cm Evary Nlghi. ’ Vlal*«r» and ■trangar* Walcoma ! i t PHONE 4*1 The Metz Dancing Academy 720 1-2 CENTRAL AVI. Ovar Royal Thaatar. EatsAllnhed (or Tnara. Tango and Healtatlon Waltz. tl moiiial germ. Being spurned by a'l the male employees on the place, sh is about to leave, when the count ar rives. Tlie ranrhnian is putting through the arrangements for the marriage of his daughter to the titled foreigner when Jack conn » upon the scene with a letter exposing the count as a count -rfeit. The discon tented cook is easily persuaded to take tlie bride’s p ace, and the ranch man's daughter marries Jack. On the same program will be “The R* venue Officer’s Deputy,’’ a two reel feature, and also a genuine comedy from the Komie players, en titled “Dizzy Joe's Career.’’ NEW CENTRAL THEATER Then is a little woman at the New Central theatre today who is con ceded to he the prettiest and most talented hit of feminity now before the moving picture camera. She is Miss Anita Stewart and she is featur ed in the most entertaining and pic turesque “nature study” in motion photography that Vitagraph ever re leased, “Midst Woodiand Shadows.’’ Those who have seen Miss Stewart’s great work in “A Million Bid” will readily recall this was one of tire big events in pictures and in the drama at the New Central she has a part that is exactly suited to her great talent. There are also two others on the New Central program, Francis X. Bushman and Miss Mabelle Heikes Justice, who are co-stars in the Ks sanay two reel feature, "The Other Man.” Bushman needs no introduc tion to New Central friends, and this is a picture in which he is seen at ills best. The comedy for the day will be offered by l.ubin, presenting •’Neighborly Neighbors.” Don't for get your picture may he seen there today, and the big baby show takes place Friday. AUDITORIUM “Potash and Perlmutter.” The long promised “opening" of “Potash and Perlmutter,” manufac turers of cloaks, suits and laughs, who are to visit us direct from their New York establishment in the •'« han theater, will he held at the local showrooms in the Auditorium on \Vednesdav, October 28. The stay of these most popular and enterprising of partners is limited to one night, as the demand for them and their goods from every part of the country is simply irresistible. As the capacity of the Auditorium is limited it has been decided to issue tickets in ad vance, and for this purpose the box office will be opened in advance for reservations. Although “Potash and Pei hmitter" deal in exclusive styles only, every one will he welcomed. It was Montague (Pass who first discov ered these hoys for fine designers aa well as big-hearted, generous, lovable fellows, and he told the readers of the Saturday Evening Post about them. Them Manager A. H. Woods brought them to New York and set them up in business at the Cohan the ater. For two seasons they filled that place to the doors and nearly a million customers had bought their goods before Mr. Woods sent the boys “on the road," so that they could attend to customers in this city and other big centers that are en titled to lie just as stylish as New York. David Warfield in "The Auctioneer.” The revival of tin1 most famous of the comedies beloved by an older generation ot theatergoers, “The Auc tioneer." with David Warfield once more appearing in his remarkabl ■ creation of Simon Levi, the lovable old Hester street Hebrew peddler, will be seen at t'.ie Auditorium tin - ater November 5. It Is thirteen years since Mr. Mar field first appeared in this play, and the realization of David Belasco's promise that he would some day re vive a better and greater auctioneer, should attract a record audience to the Auditorium teady and glad to ap plaud i.Mr. Belasco’s response to their wishes, and to honor once more the greatest of American actors in the role which was ills first legitimate step to fame. For the present revival of "Tire Auctioneer" all of the living members who appeared with Mr. Warfield at the Bijou theater. New York, thirteen years ago, have been gathered together. 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Full Size, 7 x 9 1-2 inches c A Book of the People, By the Peopled and Fori thel People &■&. w* ;***^ HEART SONGS A Priceless Contribution to the Home Life of the Nation /• y • i . sjj ~ . 400 pearls of song that illus-' trate the evolution of national character and the musical progress of the American people. G Now Being Distributed by The Sentinel-Record I hink of 400 of the songs that cheered a nation in the ^ throes of civil war; that were sung by all the young lovers * for four generations; that were crooned by countless thou- ' * sands of mothers in their nightly lullabies; that were * spontaneously developed by a virgin minstrelsy; that\ were heard each Sabbath from the little country churches/v/, all over the land. These are the songs in Heart SongsJ />• MAKE NO MISTAKE! , / -■ •- -\ This book cannot be equalled by any other single volume! Every song with a history! Every melody with a tradition that is rooted in the hearts of millions* 16 FULL PAGE HALF TONE PORTRAITS of the WORLD’S GREAT SINGERS More than 20,000 people all over the world contributed their favorite songs. Ovci four years were required to gather to gether the correct words and music of th« complete collection. ^ Some of the Folk Song9 now published for the first time. Many others never before included in general collection. COMPLETE DICTIONARY of MUSICAL TERMS Look for Coupon Printed in Today’s Paper i C»Pyrigkt by tVtrld Syndic nit €•., Inc. ALL INTERESTS ARE lilVEN TO BIS FUND ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN FOR CITY WILL EE BIG SUCCESS. JUDGING BY OUTLOOK. The people, of I Hot Springs seem to have awakened to the fact that other resetts, especially those in the south, are up and doing where advertising is concerned, and the old adage that '•experience Is a dear teacher” is be ginning to dawn upon some interests of tliis city who, having been iii a position of affluence, with goo 1 ren tals coming in every mouth, haie, in tile past, been lax in their contHUu tion.s, are now making a noise like real money anil doing their part to swell the advertising fund for this city. Vacant stores have been too notice able tlie past, few months, and a vacancy of this nature means a cur tailment of rents. Poor business is a general sentiment, according to those who have charge of the campaign oi advertising for this city, that "adver tising pays,” and that the way to get the people is to advertise; that the one way In which Hot Springs' "tvan n«p season” will be a reality and not a. theory is to Inaugurate a big cam paign of advertising ami bring the tourists to the greatest health resort in the world. Property owners have felt the business depression and they - have reached the conclusion that with j the city full of visitors that have been closet! will he reopened and doing a flourishing business, hence their contributions, which ate thank fully received. Today the last of the assessments will be sent out, and the business and) professional men or the city who con stitute tli e assessment committee have made a special request that tnose who receive the advertising notes act on -.tie same immediately, as it is very desirous of getting this campaign in full swing without the loss of time. Reports that are coming in to the Business Men’s Reague from other resorts show that practically every place in the south that makes a pre tense of catering to tourist travel have exceeded their former contribu tions and Hot Springs must take im mediate action along the same lines. It is believed that a big advertising fund can be raised here, and judging by the responses, Hot Springs will be better advertised this season than ever before. If you receive an assessment, con sider what other resorts are doing and try ntu.l do your share to make the coining season the greatest iu the history of Hot Bpriugs. I BALLOT LAW INVALID. Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 21.—Tlie Missouri blanket ballot law, under: which all party tickets are to be printed on one sheet, was not passed legacy by the house of reprsentatives according to a stat ment today of W. T. Rutherford, assistant attorney general. A suit now is pending in the su preme court to invalidate the blanket ballot law. The assistant attorney general said no defense could be mad i to the suit. -o M., D. & G. TIME TABLE. Effective March 18th, 1914, the j Memphis, Dallas & Gulf Rillroad ’ schedule between Hot Springs and Glen wood will be as follows: No. 5 departs . 4.40 p.m. No. 1 departs ..10:30 a.m. No. 6 arrives .. 9:25 a.m. No. 2 arrives *. 3:40 p.m. Sunday Only. No. 4 arrives . 8s*S a.m. No. 5 departs . 4:4* p.m. -- —.... ROOSEVELT IN PENNSYLVANIA. Erie, Pa., Oct. 21.—Colonel Theo dore Roosevelt, in a campaign speecn here late today, endorsed the amalgu mation of the democratic and Wash ington parties of Pennsylvania in supporting Vance C. McCormick, democrat, for governor. This is tha first state in which the former presi dent has given such endorsement. \V, I). Lewis, the Washington (progres sive) candidate, withdrew in favor of McCormick several weeks ago. —" o THREE CHILDREN KILLED. Beloit, Wis., Oct. 21.—Three smalt children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Culin ovich were burned to death today when they set fire to some papers in a wood box. 'THE OLD RELIABLE” I Planten'sor Bl_AC* C ^ CAPSULES NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. We have on hand 15 tons of Sash Weights, all sizes, which we will sell cheap. SOUTHERN IRON & METAL CO., 624 Ouachita Ave... Phone 15*9, 9-13-lmo.