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MONDAY, FEB. 8 I FIVE BIG CIRCUIT ACTS I THE THREE HICKEY BROS. | Singers and Acrobatic Dancers direct from Palace Theater, in H New York, who do more than their billing calls for. H MADAME MARION 1 In a Protean Playlet, one of the classics of Vaudeville. HI KIP AND KIPPY I Peers of Novelty Jugglers, another big circuit act. In buffonry and P| THE FOUR MILOS 1 Original Radium Platinum Posers, the World's Newest Creation. H right from the Orpheum Circuit. w LIVSEY AND GONNE 1 The Tenor and the Comedienne, formerly with Gus Edwards' 9 “School Kids." ■ KEYSTONE COMEDY | PRINCESS ORCHESTRA I LAST HALF OF WEEK § MADAME SIDONIE B European Singing and Dancing Sensation. 9 BARBER AND JACKSON A Man, a Maid and a Piano. & EMPIRE COMEDY FOUR 9 America's Foremost Funny Quartette. 9 KIRKSMITH SISTERS I In a Delightful Musical Interlude. 9 CHAS. McGOODS & CO. 9 In "Pastime in a Billiard Parlor." 9 Matinee at 3 p. m. Night at 8:15 I MATINEE.10 and 25 Cents 1 NIGHT.10, 25 and 50 Cents I SEAT SALE OPENS AT 9 O’CLOCK THIS MORNING 1 NEW CENTRAL TODAY BRYANT WASHBURN, RUTH STONEHOUSE and HELEN DUNBAR in The Misjudged Mr. Hartley MABLE TRUNELL IN Olive in the Mad House The Vision ot the Shepherd A two reel Selig Si—— NOTICE Don't leave the, city uncured if you ttave not got results from the baths. Try our Anti septic Medical Baths, sure cure for Rheumatism, (lout. Boor Circulation, etc., will bring you twoh to Health. Give me a call. Uet me convince you this is genuine. » C. H DUNN, 1 370 Central Avenue. S 1-12-1 mo | IT :-7- 1-1 Bottled milk ana cream delivered to any part of Che city, dally Pure, wholesome and rich. The Pasteu rized Milk Co. Phone 16 LYRIC THEATER TODAY KING BAGGOT Hot Springs favorite screen actor ui Imp's magnificent nv > reel it rani a, The Millionaire Engineer Victor comedy of class, How He Fooled Aunty Warner feature drama, A Woman’s Pluck 4 HARDIN CONSTRUCTION AND TRANSFER CO. Dealers m BRICK, SAND, CRUSHED 8TONE AND GRAVEL ED. HARDIN Prop. S38 Valey St. Phona 333, B. GROSS Undertaker and Embalmer Prompt Ambulance service. Fui> •ral Parlora. 112 Prospect Ave—Old City Hall. PHONE 2t. ! THE THEATERS | ROYAL THEATER The entire Vitagraph (omiany stars, 2h of them, including all the leading players of the Vitagraph company are lectured at the Royal today in the big Broadway star two-reel comedy "How Sissy Made Good .” Read the list: Leah Baird. Sidney Drew. Mau rice Costello, Dorothy Kelly, tMary (Maurice, Hugh Mach Van Dyke Brooke, Lillian Walker. Harry Morey, Anita Stewart, Karl Williams, John Bunny, Edith Storey. Billy Quirk, Nicholas 'Dunaew. \Vall> Van, Julia (Swayne Gordon, Flora Finch, James IMorrison. At different times you have seen two or more of these greatest of all stars in pictures a.id during a season you likely have seen them all at dif ferent times, but never in your life have you seen them all in the same picture, and never again will you see them all in one picture. It is tlhe greatest galaxy of motion picture stars that ever appeared In a single picture. Every one a star, and every one in a star role. "How Sissy Made Good," is tlie greatest comedy picture ever produced by any company at any time, and when we say this we mean just what we say—the greatest com edy ever made. To pa'rons of the Royal and to all lovers of motion pictures, we say see tins great production. Nothing like it was ever made before, and it is ques tioned if it will ever be equalled again. It would require columns to tell you about this great comely Come, and you will laugh yourse f sick. The second feature on today’s hi'! is "The 'Exploits of Elaine," that best of all serials which, has taken hold of tihe public in a manner no other serial ever has. This big continued picture story has the greatest army of follow ers of all. Don't overlook the R yal program today. NEW CENTRAL THEATER. If you don’t think there are stars galore at the New Central today, just take cognizance of the fact that (Bryant Washburn. Ruth Stonehouse and Helen Dunbar, t/hree ot the best players In the Essanay company, all have excellent parts in "The Mis judged Mr. Hartley,” one of the great est society features that this organiza tion ever produced, and as full of laughs as anything one would care to see. It is one of those merry, spon taneous comedies that does one goon to see. Maliel Trunnell. the popular (Edison player, is featured in "Olive in the Mad House." but when it comes to the oldtime heart throbs, the plav with the rural environments, tlhe pro duction in which one can discern the aroma of the hay and clover fields and show that will make you realize there is some good i:i this life and that the world is not all had, see "The Mission of tlie Shepherd,’’ the great two-reel Seiig that is here today, and widen you note this masterpiece you will be in a receptive mood to re ceive the great $:.o,m>o Vitagraph pro duction Sunday. “413,” featuring .Julia Swayne Gordon and Anita Stewart, in (lie greatest wreck on a railroad any moving picture company ever pro duced LYRIC THEATER (Here's King Baggott, title old Hot Springs favorite, in a splendid two reel drama from Imp, "The Million aire Kngineer.” Once more King Baggott comes to tiie trout with the most thrilling and dangerous scene ever filmed by the Camera. At the throttle of a giant locomotive he plunges the big steel projectile through a burning forest in order to rescue some children penned in a burning house. The famous •Marks mansion on 1/ong Island is burned to the ground to produce tills great two-reel drama from Imp, tha latest Universal masterpiece. Three entire companies of tlhe Imp went to Ivong Island to produce this big p!r ture and when you have seen it vcu will say to yourself that you have seen the master drama of them all. •In addition to Baggott in this picture are featured Arline Pretty, Ben Wil son, Frances Kelson. I+osemary The.hy and Harry fMyers, all stars of the Imp Company. It is great Victor offers a splendid comedy of class and laughs, "How He Pooled Aunty," a joy story that would make a sphinx laugh, "A Woman’s Pluck” is a remark ably pretty and interesting drama from \\ arner. a story of thrills and tense emotions that will hold your at tention close to tiie screen. --- AUDITORlUr “Never Say Die." One of the conspicuous announce ments of the season at the Auditorium is that Nat Goodwin, America's fore most. comedian, will appear for one night only, in the (highly successful comedy, “Never Say Die.” This piece was practically the com edy success of the London season, as none other has even approached its solid year of prosperity at the Apollo Theater, which has just ended. Mr. Goodwin will be supported by Miss 'Margaret Morela.id, and a care fully chosen company. Billy Clifford ‘Coming. Billy Clifford, well known in musical circles, is coming to town with his big musical show, "Believe Me." and cai ries his own ladies' band and orches tra, one of tthe most unique shows on HEALTH I IMPORTANT NOTICE ARKANSAS STATE LEGISLATURE AND DENTISTRY There is now pending a hill before t he legislature which if passed will com I pel the dentists to run their offices under their name and not as a company or corporation. We wish to state to the thousands of our patients over the state and the public in general that we are heartily in favor of this bill and give our hearty co-operation in having this bill passed. It has been our aim in the i past to give the people a high grade of dentistry at “live-and-let-live” prices, and ! I we pledge ourselves to continue to do so in the future. As soon as this hill becomes a law we wish to state we will discontinue the use of the company name of “Union Painless Dentists,” and hereafter our of fice will be run under the name of the present owner. There will be no change of method of work, prices or guarantees, and all contracts of the “Union Pain less Dentists” will he accepted at our office as usual. The following prices, which we have had in the past, will be the same in the future: I Plates, from $12.50 down to $5 each. Gold Crowns, $5 down to $3. Gridgework, from $5 down to $3 per tooth. Cleaning, $1. Amalgam Fillings, from $1 down to 50c Extractions, as usual, 50c. A written guarantee on all work. All our work done by Graduates, Licensed and Expert Dentists. Faithfully, DR. D. S. BARTON, D. D. S. PROPRIETORS OF Union Painless Dentists Established 10 Years. Here to Stay. 744 1-2 Central Avenue. Office Phone, 232G Residence Phone, 1545 the road this season. The toadies' band and orchestra are the best that money can procure and- a rare treat is in store for all lovers of musical comedy when this splendid organiza tion arrives. Besides having a big musical revue, there are also some of the cleverest vaudeville people in the business with this organization. Maud Powel1 Arrangements have been perfected or are about to he, for the presenta tion here at an early date of the world's greatest lady violinist, Aiiss Maude Powell. Manager Head of the Auditorium theater has been in com munication for some time past with the management of the artist for a recital in this city, but .othlng of a definite nature materialized until yes terday when Mr. Iliad received a tele giam that Miss Powell would give a recital here early In March if the proper guarantee could be secured; it is hoped that nothing will interfere with tlie coming of such an artist as Miss Pew ell, and especially at a time when thousands of transients are here wlio know and appreciate the real artist. ■. i ... . n— . ——, TWO WOMEN HUNG onto their husband s coattails, beg ging them to bring home some of Jack Goodine’s famous Chile and Roast Beef Sandwiches witfli the gravy oozing out oh dem. 825 Central Ave. Phone 1076. DON’T FAIL TO VISIT THE OAKLAWN MINERAL WELL Two blocks west of Oaklawn Race Track. This water is noted for its cures of Liver, Kidney, Bladder and Stomach troubles Constipation and Eczema. Delivered da j In 1-2 Gal lon Bottles, $1.00 per week. If you have Kidney Trouble, Eczema or Stomach Trouble, be sure and try It Phone 1496. REMOVAL NOTICE. Jno. T. O'Brien, the practical and experienced tail nr, is now located at 223 Valley street. Owing to the stringency of the present time and the cutting of his expense more than half, he is prepared to do all kinds oi work in his line at greatly reduced prices. A good stock of woolens on hand, and also a full line of samples of al! designs. Does French dry cleaning and pressing. Alterations on men’s, women’s and youths' clothes undertaken with an absolute guaran tee or satief action. 12-4-tf -o - - ■ — SEE those 8hac!>amaxon Woolens. Kirk—A Tailor -123 Central Avenue Telephone 8N8. Cleaning and Press ug a specialty. 1-19-tf I TODAY The entire Vitagraidi star cast in the hig Hroadway two reel feature comedy, How Sissy Made Good The greatest comedy hit of the season. Also tlit> two reel serial fea ture that has made a lilt with everyone, The Exploits of Eiane -— ■■■■= 1 SECURITY BANK !hot springs savings, trust AND GUARANTY COMPANY. A ROLL OF HONOR iRANK Built to Withstand the Storm. ; Capital $100,000 Surplua $75,000 ; Thurston P. Farmer LAWYER Citizen* National Bank Bldg. Phone 1811. •TORAH When r«a went to atom /twaaebolS rood., ar a rata, pack af a hip furniture, all an MURRAY TRANSFER. SO W| have got the on! r fireproof ware touaH In tha city. Warebouae conatruat •d with aeparate aparunacta far reM 'uralvure. WalaaHana B» ar «a Dr. J. W. Westmorland SANITARIUM. TREATMENT FOR DRUG HABITS AND INEBRIATES. *68 Quapaw Ave. Phon* 1240 THE BEST Is None Too Good For Our DEPOSITORS Beginning February 1st., (Tomorrow), this bank will dis continue the balancing of pass books, and instead will deliver to our customers neat and legible statements of their ac counts, ruled off and balanced to date. 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