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Announces that beginning Honday, March 29, it will show an exclusive program of motion pictures, feature comedies and dramas and special multiple reel Paramont features, three Keystone comedies a week, and the Mutual program, with two Para mount features weekly, opening With the Paramount Five Peel Feature Comedy, with the Great Screen Star dward IN Filmed under the direction of Jesse L. Lasky, the first modern five reel comedy with MISS BETTY SHADE as his co-star FIVE REELS OF AMAZING COMEDY COMPLICATIONS Presented by Broadways most humorous Comedy artist. Not a screen farce Bro^h , bu/ an indescribable laughable picturizaiion of a ^ ' genuinely humorous dramatic hit. The Princess Orchestra With Violin and Piano Solos, Duets and Orchestra Selections MASONIC RELIEF WORK. Aid Distributed Throughout Entire War Zone by Masons of America. Cinctntiati, i.Marcn -<■ Thirteen thousand dollars is the sum s nt 10 the grand lodges of Masons in eight tftj ;ro)iean countries for the relief of suffering and destitute Masons, ;u-j cording to a report is.-ued today !>y the executive committee of/ t ,u'j sonic War Relief As or:,/ n o' t ie United Slates. The gravid lodges of. ^MOON & HICKMAN )<> ERS it’v and Repairing riW •ty. Germany. Knglund. Ireland and Het gluin each received $J,.‘rOO. while $3,000 has been divided between the grand lodges of France, Italy, Switzerland and Luxemburg. The committee reported that the fund was rapidly approaching fifty thousand dollars. The Masons of Michigan head the list of contribu tors with $8,000. ----o LOOK here: A seven passenger automobile for sate at. your own price, as m> husband has left me. l want to leave t.te city and I want to go to my people hack north. Ask for Mrs. Phillips, 710 1-2 Central Ave., Vale Rooms. ’.M-lmo STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING. No'ice s hereby given that the an Viuai stockholders' mee'ing of the Ho; Springs Golf and Country Club A su iciation will be held ar the Arlington Hotel Monday, April 12. ISIS, at S o'clock p m., for the election of a hoard of directors to - rv» for the • ensuing year and foe the transaction of such other business as may law fully come before them. I>R W. O, FORRES. President. M. \ EISKi.E, Secretary. 3-12-1 in Ask your doctor about Bulgarian Buttermilk 1-30-tf -- NIGHT RIDER CONVICTED. Osceola, Ark . March 27 The out line of a pistol sketcned in pencil on la warning notice pasted on a negro cabin exactly fitted the revolver owned by Mart !l<>g i e on trial here for ni lit ridlnc Jnd resulted In Hogeis’ con •id ion by a juiy today •iesse S wolford, who said he had h<cn a member of the hand which souitht to d. vo all negro laborers out of this section, was the principal witness against Rogers. II ■ testified that Rogers was captain of the band and that when officers with blood hounds got on their trail after some of their depredations against tae negroes, they escaped by floating in a boat several miles down the Missis sippi river. LOST! LOST! LOST! Plain black card case containing sum of money an dvaluable papers. ■Finder please return to .1. L. Demp sey. Kastman Hotel, and receive rc j ward of $1.VO Property lost Thursday [ atternoon between Whittington park and Eastman hotel, vnxlous for re j turn of papers. They are valueless to 1 finder hut of good value to owner. <y : THE THEATERS N«M«6 LYRIC THEAlcK 'Sunday 'we offer an original “101 Ranch" production, presented by the! 1 'tilted Film Company in three parts. Jt Is a western, of course, filmed on tlie hip; ranch at Bliss. OUla , with all the paraphernalia of this bit? con cent brought into play. ‘’Mexican Harder” is the title and it pictures the life and characteristics of tli ■ Mexican people as no other picture has done. There is a big cast of real Mexican men and women in the pic ture and it is true to life in every par ticular. but full of thrills and sensa tions and daredevil acts. The Joy Comedy Company is here with "Over and Under," a comedy that would tickle even a disappointed I old maid. Tuesday conies our bjg feature, “The (Treat Diamond Hosiery. " a multiple reel feature, but it is one ot the best yet. President I.eamle ot the Uuiversul 1' Ini Company is out with another splendid two part drama in which he presents Frank l.loyd and Helen Les lie, two of the most famous t'triversai stars in "To Redeem An Oath." This is the third picture President Leamle has produced. The other two have been real masterpieces. They are what Mr. I.eamle believes to he the ideal screen (Lamas, and the one which comes .Monday is one of liis greatest productions. Frank Lloyd, the star in Leamle's pictures, has been chosen from amunit the great army of Universal stars to produce the president's picture* Billie Ritchie, the funny guy in the 1. Ko conn dies, i- here also In "Too .Many 'Bachelors," a real comedy with a laugh even second Many picture fans think Ritchie the superior ot (Charlie Chaplin, and they are not lar w rong. Warner is on tiie same program with a splendid comedy offering mak ing a well balanced hij! for Monday. ---- NEW CENTRAL TO SHOW MISSISSIPPI COMEDY BIG FIVE REEL FEATURE AND AN EXCELLENT PROGRAM IS READY FOR MONDAY. A few weeks ago William A Brad.', i'l "The Saturday Kvening Post, set forth the reasons why :tc lias gone in moving pictures, and detailed the plays that he had been successful with that were now being even better produced in the films. Among the great efforts of the stage that have made Brady and .loe Orismer famous is " flu (Tenth man From Mississippi," considered the very best comedy that tile legitimate stage lias had in years. It is, therefore, with pleasure teat the announcement is made that tor the Moose benefit today this noted production will lie seen at the Ne..\ Central, and tor a Sunday entertain rnent there could be nothing of a more refreshing nature for those who enjoy good comedy. It is a five part story that is as full of laughs as any one would care to look at. Be certain to see •The <!e tleman Prom Miss; sippi' at tlie New Central today. Monday's Big Show. For the Monday program thorn is also a good show arranged Miss Alice Joyce and tiny 'Combs head the bill, being featured in the three reel Kaleni sensation, 'A Girl of the Music tHall,” and in this 'Miss Joyce does the best work of her career. It is a typical story of today with a romance r aining through the film that is an v. interesting. Kssanay also offers a rattling good comedy on the Monday show, "A Hold Had Man, ' and w ten you step into the Iwestern comedy fields controlled by the Kssanay Com pany you are detain to be well repaid for your trouble. With such excellent siiows hilled for today and Monday, the New Central offers its patron, exceptional entertainment. i Advt.) --rj--— ARLINGTON CONCERT. Marcli, "From the Prophet" (Mey erbeer). Overture, "Obcrnn" (Von Webern. I Solo for cello, selected—Mr. 11 Meindl Selection. “The Daughter of the Regiment" 11tonizetti). Duo for violin. Dreams of the, Alps" 11 ahet/.ky): "St huhert’s Scr'-j nade” (F. Schubert).-Mr. Schmitt and Ba.riou. Selection, Adole. by request (J. Briquet I, Solo for trombone, The Palms” 'Kaderei Mr. K. Schindler. Ballet music from the opera '‘Fallal" (Gounod). "The Star Spangled Banner.” -o NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Vapor City Baseball Club, In onl r to buy equipment and to maintain a first-class ball team, is asking public donations. When volunteer colored girls call upon you, please place the amount of your subscription In th° small bank carried by them. J. C. Cobb, President; Horatio Ash, Man ager. 2-17-tf Imported lace and embroidery sale lor the benefit of St John’s church, i:• \t door to Ihintf-- theater. f 3-27-1 w t DOUBLE FEATURE BILL AT ROYAL THEATER •THE VALLEY OF THE MOON" FOR TODAY AND A GEORGE ADE FABLE ON MONDAY. For the Sunday iMoose benetit Hie Royal announces the great I*'..1 worth feature in collaboration with tlie Paramount Company, with M'rtb tstedman, the well known American actress. in the title part. It is Bex (Beach’s most successful story. 1 no Valley of the Moon." No prettier or more interesting story ava.- ever printed between the covers of a book, anil no greater stage play was ever offered. Now for the pletun/ation which is greater than ail .n five spl‘ u did parts. "As He Blew” is a M I N A com edy, just the thing to wind >11> "The Valley of the Moot. When we offer you "The Valiev of the Moon" as one of the greatest fea ture pictures ever shown in Hot Springs, wo make no apology in ad vance or afterwards, for M.vrtle Sted matt and her co-stars have made it one of the greatest picture stories of tile age .Monday we open the new wees with a (ieorge Ade fable, and om that will call the attention of every resident of Hot Sprint- as being "pat" oil Hie present situation "Tin Fable of the Struggle for IVrsona! Liberty and tin* Reform Wave" is the title, and every man, woman and child in Mot Springs ought to s< it. There is also t'leo Hrdgewa- the girl det ctive, in a magnificent two part Kaletn drama, "The Diamond 'Broker." it is a corking good detec live story with one oi the fairest d tectives in the wo" Selig rounds out the program with a drama. "The Outlaw .; Pride." With these two lug programs for to day and ‘Monday, the Royal is making a lug hid for jour patronage ROYAL MONDAY George Ade In ’Tlie Fable of the Struggle Between Personal l.lherly and the Wave of Reform Iv.Oanay coined.; t'leo Ridgeway, the g t dr teetive, in Kaletn’s two part drama. The Diamond Broker Selig drama, The Outlaw's Pride __J NEW CENTRAL MONDAY ALICE JOYCE and GUY COMBS Featured in i)w ... ,.ai<• -1 t.ire<> reel KaliMD production ever sent to 1 lot Springs, A Girl of the Music Hall Positively th > host work of these two most talented mov ing picture stars Two Bold Bad Men This is a scream from the Kssanay studio that yon will appreciate. * Should SATTERLEE’S RHEUMATISM LINIMENT Together With SATTERLEE'S URIC ACID SOLVENT Fall to cure your Rheumatism, Gout Neu ralqi* or Lumbago. your money will be refunded without argument. At down town drug atort. TODAY If ( ver the members of 1 ho iMousc lodge offered it worthy program for your approbation, it is today. A Gentleman From Mississippi ' I'.r.el' prod i 1 The i '■ i .. liT been told in ftve leg and ml c-\e.: "lit i >■'.<. It' are if see it today. LYRIC TODAY A Mg three reel western (iriimu lilmed on the "I'H" ranch in OKIj iwnu ami pre nt• ■•! Ity lin* United Film Co, Mexican Hatred A story of Mexico and l.lve <•liar.net1 ri< of Iter people vividly portra'col 1>y :» master hand. .Joy Pi ni Company comedy Over and Under TUESDAY THE GREAT DIAMOND ROBBERY.” TODAY llichard I tog worth in ooiLaho ration with tin* Paramount company, pro onta Myrtle Stedman In l+cx Hcu'-h' art'llt. At of all uiorm- in fiw garsooos uml Fhe Valley of the Moon M I \ A t ’onicilj, AS HE BLEW HE BLEW tho blues? (’orne. am THEATER MONDAY ^ President T eamle presents 1'i'anl, Moyd and Helen Heslie in flip two part drama, “TO REDEEM AN OATH” Itiltie RiU’hie in the |,jK l,Ko ooni edy, “TOO MANY BACHELORS” Warner feature. A COMEDY Talaphona ua; r.pin cj*llvery. rUb lie Drug Ca.