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“The Patchwork Girl of Oz”
A photo extravaganza of comedy and marvelous illusions, the greatest motion picture attraction of the age, in six big, wonder
ful reels, a Paramount feature of the Oz company.
Beautiful, Extravagant, Mysterious, Comica!
ADVANCE PRICES: 10 and 20 CENTS
LYRIC THEATER, TODAY
PRINCESS THEATER
Thanksgiving Matinee
and Night
Presenting the well known and
popular comedy
The Fortune
Hunter
Popular Prices: »
10, 20 and 30c
Matinee 2:30; Night 8:15
AUDITORIUM
Saturday, O O
November
BOSTON
ENGLISH OPERA
COMPANY
In a monster production of the
world's greatest opera
IL TROVATORE
With the moat remarkable <ast
of stars ever hear in Fngllsh
opera, headed by
JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN
America’s greatest star.
The Famous Itoaton Chorus and
Augmented Oichestra.
Prices 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 and $2
Seats on sale Wed, Nov. 2s.
Try a Sentinel Record Want Ad.
Auditorium
One Day Only
THURSDAY, NOV, 26
UNIVERSAL MOVING
PICTURES
Presents the most beautiful
story of human friendship ever
produced —
Damon and
Pythias
Spectacular masterpiece in six
parts. Spectacular. Stirring.
Gripping. Ancient Greece in all
its splendor ami Glory. Co -
los.-al battle scenes. Sensation
al Chariot Hacea. Ships De
stroyed at Sea. Grecian Cities
Burned. Beautiful Grecian
Dances by hundreds of graceful
maidens.
PRICES. 25 AND 50 CENTS.
| Sentinel-Record Classified Ada will
get results. <
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1 Che Cheaters
AT THE PRINCESS
A'bert Taylor and his merlins stork
company offer a new hill at the
Thanksgiving matinee today (doth
matinee and nijg.it i in the splendi I
remedy, "The Fortune Hunter."
No better stage comedy has (been
pt odueed in recent years than Tim
J- oi tune Hunter." and with Aider
Taylor characterizing Nat Duncan,
and Mike Spooner as Hlinky bock
wood, two of the leading characters
of the play ar« in the bast hands pos
sible. The exceptionally strong cast
of the Taylor Company is brought out
in tiiis comedy, and the production of
this piece will demonstrate to the
show going ipniblie of Hot Springs that
this stock company has not only one
comedian, but manv.
The matinee today will begin at
2:20 o'clock and tin Princess ma"
agt incut Iras prepared for a packed
house at tlie afternoon production
The night, show, with the same play
and cast, will open at X:1T>. Consider
in',’ tlhat it is a first night for "The
Fortune Hunter." and a holiday at
that, advance reservation should lie
the rule in order to insure satisfac
* lry seats.
This Is the fiisi time the Princess
lias offered stock shows and the pa -
rous of the house are struck witih its
ideal arrangements and aecommoda
tions for tiiis class of shows. Mr.
Albert Taylor concedes that the Prim
cess js the best theater he ever
played in. and when one considers
the career of tlliis eminent actor, the
statement is rar-reaching. It is true,
uev ertheless.
"The Fortune Hunter" will be pre
sented also oil Friday night, and Sat
urday matinee and night. A new bill
will he offered for the first half of
next week, offering une of Mr. Tay.
tor's strongest dramas.
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LYRIC THEATER'
Today te Lyric offers tho first pho
tographic extravaganza ever shown in
Hot Sprite's, in the hit; six r el corn
ftiv «*xtravctjs^ah/.a i’lum lm* Puiaiuuuui
cempa i.v, T ie Pataliwark (iirl of
,,z' ,
Perhaps yon have never viewed a
•Photo extravaganza. This class of
miction pictures is to the silent drama
•v hat, tlie spectacular extravaganza is
to tlie legitimate stage. It is six big.
•wonderful leels, comedy and illusion,
some of the greatest mystery scenes
,'ou have ever viewed, with a riot of
comedy running through the entire
piece that will keep you on t.ie qui
vive every minute. »
Don’t imagine for a minute that
you have seen all the possibilities of
Watch For the
State Fair
Prize Winners
at the
BABY SHOW
LYRIC
Saturday
the niation plot m e camera until yon
• ive seen till is wonderful production.
Ii contains m me scene novelties that
are a big. long step in advance of any
thing yet shown by the camera pro
cess and there are tilings here and
there that will cause you to wonder
how they were accomplished.
"The Patdhwork Girl of Oz,” is a
tea new venture in the picture work,
It is extiavavaiitiy beautiful. <oml
onil.v interesting, ai d containing jusi
enough of mystery to giie ii a goo i
zest.
For this Paramount production ad
vance prices will lie in vigue. 10 and
tents, but you will say after seeing
The Patchwork Girl of Oz." that it is
the biggest and best show you eve1
saw.
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P.OTAL THEATER
Right big reels today. Well, it’s
feature day in Hot Springs, and wuen
you are looking over the Thanksgiv
ing programs, just take a quiet glance
at the array of pictures the Royal is
offering you, a four reel drama, a two
reel drama, a comedy and a comedy
drama. That's variety fur you. hook
them over.
"The Lure of a Million’’ is a big
four reel dramatic masterpiece depict
ing the present day social problem,
the lure of money to the eyes of tnose
who have felt Hie pinch of poverty,
and tile temptation to the poor to be
come rich and live a life of ease. It
is what you tnignt call a financial ro
mance. for in this picture all that is
good and noble in life is pitted
against the almighty dol ar. Come
and see which one wins.
Edison also offels a big two reel
drama, “A Question of Identity.” It
is a sterling screen story, just what
you would expect from Edison.
"Fixing Their I lads,’’ well this
comedy ougnt to get you if nothing
else. Did you ever put one over on
dear old dad? Get til is one and find
out that you did not know all the
crooks and turns of fixing dad.
Finally there is a big Dubin drama,
"The Unbroken Country." a singe
reel that would be a feature on any
bill.
Eight reels today—every one a spe
cial feature. Spend your idle hour on
Thanksgiving at the Royal.
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AUDIT0RIUR7.
Damon and Pythias Today. .
The Universal Company produced
the strongest story of llie age in
‘■■Ilamon and Pythias." lilie iteautiftil
six reel classic photo play 'which
comes to the Auditorium today.
There is many a lliriil and scenes of
dramatic power in "Pamon and
Pythias." It tells the story of two
Grecian heroes, handsome, 'broad
shouldered big and re-blooded, real
specimens of tnanlhood who lived In
the days five hundred years before
Christ. Ttieir faith in man and the
brotherhood of man would well grace
the "code of honor" of today.
Frc m a n'lectaeular standpoint "Da
mon and Pythias" is by far the most
stupendous picture ever produced. In
making tihe picture cities were built
and burned, vessels sunk, ancient Gre
cian gardens with all their picturesque
grandeur were built but to be de
sttroyed. The pictury has created a
profound impression wherever shown
and has received the unstinted en
dorsement of the leading professional
and business men of the United
States and Canada, and commended
by the Supreme lodge and one mil
lion members of the Knl.ihts of
Pythias.
Boston English Opera Company.
The Poston English Opera Com
|mny appear in a wonderful produc
tion of "11 Trovatore' at the Audi
torium, Saturday evening, Monday,
November ,2s.
It was the haunting melodies of the
tragic. "FI Trovatore." (The Trout's
dour) that brought Ouiseppe Verdi
«f)e famous Italian composer, hi*
first taste of fame sixty yea’s
ego. and the opera still remains his
[.cst and most popular work. Us mu
- <• la more familiar than that of nnv
other opera; ,1 is always retained in
the rei» rto're at the big operatic nr
toanizetions of this country and In
l,,'prr.ce. yet It Is seldom heard in
1'pglish In a creditable manner. It
Is, therefore, with unusual Interest
OR THE TOLL OF LABOR
From Emile Zola’s Novel. A 5-Reel Picture that Will Make All
Classes Think.
Another Helen Holmes Thriller
The Plot of the Railroad Cut
MAGAZINE COOKING
A LUB N COMEDY
5 and 10c-7 Reels-5 and IOc
GREAT THANKSGIVING
SHOW AT NEW CENTRAL
WONDERFUL 5-REEL LAEOR SPE
CIAL AND 2REEL RAILROAD
WRECK PRODUCTION.
So far as moving picture patrons
are concerned and that means al
most the entire citizenship, far all of
us capitulate sooner or later to the
charm and magnetism of the silent
dramas and comedies- -Mho New Cen
tral theater is going to give full
cause for them to lie thankful, f ir
Sidney M. Nutt has hooked what lie
considers one of the best anil mos
thrilling and entirely entertaining
programs for Thanksgiving day that
has ever been reflected on any eui
tain in Hot Springs.
Stories of lnlrar are especially con
sistent. with the day of thank's, for
one usually tries to picture "Uhe full
dinner basket" or the man of labor,
provided he does not have to work on
that day, gathered around the taible
in liis home with his family, satisfied
with life and enjoying the country's
prosperity. The big feature of Thurs
day is a labor story and it Is one of
tthe most elaborate, thiilling and ex
haustive presentations of many dn.
matic features in connection with the
world of labor that the camera man
has taken since moving pictures lie
tame popular.
“Germinal; or. the Toll *>f Labor,“
is the title of this masterpiece. A
a special edition of its kind it is
without a peer and for several rea
sons. There lias never been a sub
ject of this nature handled in quite
tlhe same convincing manner as this.
There has never been a lalxir story
in which so many people were used
in a mab scene. There lias never
been a picture dealing with the men
and women wfluo toil that hid the
tfhat. the Boston Knglish Opera Com
pany's production pf this popular
opera is looked forward to.
FIELDS WILL RETURN.
Manager Head Makes Arrangement
For Return Engagement in March.
Before the termination of last
night's minstrel performance. Man
ager Head had a signed contract In
his possession for a return date of
the A1 Ci. Field Greater Minstrels.
The date. March 27, matinee and
night, will lie In the height of the
best season the Valley City lias ex
perienced In years.
■.o— ——
Let Sorrells Drug On. look after
your KODAK finishing. 6-14 tt '
thrills in it 111114 till is one has and
It is a lealuro that you will long r ■
member.
Kabul], too, has a word to say in
regard to the Thnnksg \ing show. ;md
in their two reel feature, "The Plot
of the Railroad (hit." which Is on tin*
aim* program, you will see an expl i
shut that will make you jump and
a railroad story unfolded that will
grip you from the first, foot of the
film until the eud of the second reel.
That, one will note, makes seven
reels In all, or vi * near two miles
of pictures, (Advt.)
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Stylish frocks to suit Individual,
French designs copied if desired; re
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CHANGE COTTON GRADES.
New York, Nov. 25.—The spot re
vision commission of the New York
Cotton Kxohange toda.v increased the
'premium on grades above middling by
from ■'! to 4 points. Grade-s below'
Hot Springs
Confectionery
Where Quality Count*.
Cool days are coming. A cup
of our famous
FAUST BLEND COFFEE
Will make you feel fine. The
finest coffee in all the land.
CALIFORNIA FRUITS.
HOME-MADE CANDIES.
From guaranteed pure ingredi
ents. made by an expert.
You're always safe in dealing
with us.
“JIM'’ AND GEORGE,” Prop.
714 Central Ave. Phone 291.
middling were left unclianged. rail
grades fair strict middling fair, good
orinary and low middlin gtinged were
dropped. The effect is to strengthen
the local contract.
8 REELS TODAY
The Lure of a Million
(Treat Four Reel Drama Depicting the Present Day
Social Problem.
A Question of Identity
Splendid Edison Two Part Drama.
Fixing Their Dads
Vitagraph Comedy Scream.
The Unbroken Country
Lubin Drama.
5a d 10 DHYAI 5 and 10
Cents ■ » I Lb Cents

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