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BEATRE j 7orkers al Farce twboys' _ire i I “THE MILLIONAIRE BABY1’ ■ Matinees-All seats 15 cents. Nights-General ad B^^^niissio^^^cents^^serve^seats 25 cents. L Y R I ell ... ! ALL THIS WEEK STARTING MONDAY THE VIRGINIA BELLES \ in the Latest big bill of J MUSICALCOHEDY M AND SINGING AND OANCI NG BY THE ■ CHORUS GIRLIES H ALSO THE REGULAR FIVE PART I MOTION PICTURE FEATURE j BNe^oyaTlileatreli |gj I MONDAY I j CIJARLIE CHAPUN | CHARLIES CAREER I gjg A MASTER COMEDY IN THREE REELS. THIS FEATURE M H SHOWS CHAPLIN'S ENTIRE CAREER IN MOTION PICTURES. H j Also Single Reel J -, Auditorium Theatre TWO NIGHTS Friday and Sat., Feb. 23-24 ANDRESS And His Novelty Show See the treat Andress in his myatlfynns entertainment. A NIGHT WITH THE SPIRITS. Two hours of solid £un and my. tery. 75 to 100 valuable pre sents aivepi awev at each per formance. Prices: Jjower Floor .50c Baleonv .25c GET S'NG LA*UNDRY. 907 Central* Ave. January 22, Chinese Ntew Year I havo been in tho laundry business here 31 years. GKT SING. \T>r Leonard R. Ellis, who has been serving as Lieutenant Colonel In the i FirrI Arkansas regiment, will return 1^' %> the city and iw- in his oft ice after ■Nday, February 23. 2-1 C-t/. frv-v, —.... .. ■ —o- -— Have sentinel Record Want Ad. RECTOR AND SAWYER. The partnership between E. W. Rec tor an<l myself having been dissolv ed try the death of Mr. Rector. I s' -ill continue the practice of law tinder the firm name of Rector and Sawyer, heretofore used, this continued use of hi* name having been generously suggested and permitted by ills fam ily. L E. SAWYER. Slot Springs, Ark., Keb. n, UH7. 1! '!■ -'f -o Rapid tree delivery. Phone t}45, Pub lie Drug Company. | THE CHURCHES j St. Luke's Episcopal. Corner Spring and Cottage stroois. Rev. A. R. Llwyd. rector. First Sun day in Lent. Holy communion at 7:30 a m. Sunda' school at !L 30 a m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a.ni. Fvening prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. M. Confirmation (lass at 1 p.m. on Sunda' . Woman’s auxiliary meets on Monday at d and a special meeting of the Vestry at 7:30 p.m. Lenten ser vices on Wednesday and Friday at 4:1.7 p m. Choir practice on Wednes day at 7: 30 p.m. Oaklawn Baptist. Services today as follows: Sunday school at I" a m.. .1 A. Chitwood, superintendent. Preaching by the pas tor at 11 a..ro. and 7:30 p.m. Morning subject. "Human Coinage.” based on the parable of the Lost Coin. Luke 1.7: S-12. K vnning subject. Magnifying Christ. Phdl. 1:20. The Hot Springs Chorus will furnish the music for the evening service. We are anxious that you he present and enjoy this special service. Come and let us worship to gether. Church located one block west from end of Oaklawn oar line H. K. Kirkpatrick, pastor. Seventh Day Adventists. Seventh I)a;v Adventist chapel, 3!fi Malvern avenue. Sabbath school at 10 o’clock each Sabbath (Saturday). Bible study at 11. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7 do. A cordial invitation is extended to visitors. First Christian. Regular services at the First Chris thin chart h. corner of Ouachita end West (irand avenues, today as fal lows: Bible school at 3:15 a.m.. David E. Finch, superintendent. Preaching at 1i a.m. and 7:30 p.in. by the pastor. Junior Endeavor meets at 3’30 p.m. Senior Endeavor meets at t>: ’.o p.m. "The 'Home Mission Hoard of My Church, What They Are and What They Do." Isa 35:1-10. The public, both local and visiting, cordial ly invited to attend all the Sunday services. Take a South Hot Springs car to the church door. A welcome awaits von. W Garnet Alcorn. First Presbyterian. ('oilier Whittington, near Central avenue. Stone building Rev. O. Ik, HicUok. pastor. All cars to the church. Both euists of the city and its resi dents will find a cordial welcome at ail of the services of this church These arc: Bible school at 3:45 a.m. with the Westminster Bible Class, adult, at in. Worship and sermon at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Junior En deavor at 3 p.m. Senior Endeavor at t;:•;() p.m. Good music led by pipe or gan and large chorus choir. Oranoe Street Presbyterian. F. M. Wylie, I) !»., pastor. The members of this congregation cordial lv invites the public to worship with them next Sabbath. Sunday school at 3 15 a m.. Walter Bbel. superintend ent. (Masses lor all sizes and grades. The pastor will preach tit 11 a.m., sub ject. "Witnessing to others.” At the evening hour the service will begin at 7 30 o'clock. Theme for discourse. "A Highway Traveler." Midweek >ervice. Wednesday at S o'clock pm. Choir practice fhursday at s o'clock. Sergeant Moorehouse, di rector. Those desiring to join the chorus ohoir requested to be present. The Radies' Auxiliary meets with Mrs, H Cobb Thursday at :: p m. The pub lic invited. Park Avenue Methodist. l+< v R. l,. Duckworth, pastor. Sur dav school at 9:45. Klmcr Riley si perintendent. Preaching at 11 an and 7::’>0 p in. Rpworth league a H:45. Charlie Horner leader. man's Missionary Society meets Tue. day afternoon at 2:110. Mrs. ,1. H. Wu lace, president. Prayer meeting an Teacher Training Class Wednesda night at 7: 15. Choir practice Frida night at 7 45. The young ladies c the church will conduct a candy an cake sale at the “Goody Shop’ an Goddard Hotel throughout tho wee tor the benefit of the church repai ..T *O03cacacsdhCLiadbdbdhdbdbd5d5d5dhcf I Owing to many opposite influences, 11 this is. an uucertuin day and a time to i I be exceeding!) careful. Katie in the ■ morning l ran us and Venus are in bene- j I tii MjMcti while later Venue still rules 11 kindly and Jupiter is friendly. But I I’runus chumps to evil place in the after- I noon, and, with Neptune and Saturn I bodes ill to human destiny, H The rule is fairly good for preachers fl and singers. All who seek public favor I are well directed. fl 'llio churches. however .are warned of I many dissensions and schisms in the fl coming year, which will bring troubles fl that are forerunners of a new spiritual awakening. This is an Auspicious day for lovers, young and old, but I'lanus gives power to deceive. There is a sign giving promise of great gain to all classes of occultists. The seers declare that the wall between ,l,c seen and unseen will he broken. Neptune gives warning t<* all who send forth merchandise >n .shb»s. (’otnmerce with the Orient will suffer as Well as trade dependent on the Atlantic. According to astrology secret organiza ta dlyteulnPtn stmt I shrd shs shrd shrd lions and assindutions for the purpose of furthering patriotic aims will multiply be fore the end of tin* year. An American movement of some sort is presaged by the stars and this max lead to political shoals. The stars appear t • promise the mak ing of treaties before midsummer, but these will not last, if the signs are I ligiilB mb.nucted and peace iiegotia- ) | tioiis will dra gthrouch many weeks «*f I anxiet viu which so nsational incidents l will develop. : Southern cities as well n« several of , the middle west will be the scene** of la bel- disturbances and even riots. .. ('rimes of an unusual character are foreshadowed and among these there will he mote than one assassination for ex t mord inary causes. Persons whose birth date it is should 1 be exceedingly watenful of the health Business and finance are under a lucky guidance, but danger is indicated in as • sot* intion with persons of opposite sex. ('hiU1 ren born on this day are likely to bo richlv endowed with talent and charm. 1 These subjects of PIscok will have many t friends and numerous love affairs. They usually succeed in whatever they under* tak«. ------‘ : home made by expert candy and <ake ■ makers. All patrons will get their money's worth. Our church is open to all visitors who come to the city and a cordial welcome awaits you to all our services. St. Mary's Catholic. No. 1«*0 Central avenue. At S a m., i mass and holv communion: 0 a m.. low mass. 1 «•:?,(> a m . high mass and ; sermon. 7:'in p.m.. rosary, instruc - tion and benediction. Weekday morn ings. mass at 7:30. Lenten devotions Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7::Ui \ on are cordially invited to these services. William J Carroll, pastor. Park Place Baptist. Services Sunday at 11 am and 7:3' p.m Morning subject, "('.rowing in » (trace." Sunday school at 10 am.. \V. .1. Muse, superintendent. Every body invited. During the construction of the new church building services are being held in the Lowrey build ing on Park avenue. Rev. F. H. .Ior dan. pastor. Second Baptist. I Corner of Garland avenue and I Fourth street Uev. C. F. .1. Tate, D. I)., pastor. The sermons on Prevailing fl Prayer continue with increasing inter-IB est. So also do the evening sermons IB on the Prodigal Son These are the I ■ fifth in each series Morning, • I>efi-| nite Prayer.” Evening, "Memoirs ot i a Cinod Old Home.” Everybody wel-J come. Visitors specially invited. Take I South Hot Springs car to Garland ave-1 nue and then walk one short block | west to the church door. Central Methodist. I Corner Central and Orange. Sab-IB hath school at 9:3d a.m. Preaching at II 1 10:50 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. by the pas- I • tor. Uev. Marlon Nelson Waldrip. Hp | worth League service at 0:45 p.m. Miss Trejsie Elleman and class will 1 have charge of the service. Woman’s Missionary Society meeting Tuesday • afternoon. Prayer meeting at 7:30 ■ p.m. Wednesday. Choir rehearsal at 1 7:50 p.m. Friday. Strangers and vis itors welcomed to all services. r _ Spiritualism. Spiritual Alliance Society meets ev ery Sunday at 2.3d and f: id p.m. in New Royal theater. 721 Central ave nue. Excellent music, v» din solo by Master Glen Harsh, l/eetures, follow ed by tc-st^ and ..|Crit messages at eat h service !m Mrs. Mae Elmo. First Church of Christ. Scientist. Located corner Central and Garland avenues. Sunday morning service be gins promptly at 11 a.ni. Suvjeet of lesson sermon. ' Mind.” Sunday school begins at 9:45 a.m. Pupils under the age of 2d years are welcome. Wed nesday evening service begins at 8 o’clock. At this service testimonies of Christian Science healing are given. The reading rooms are main tained in the church building, anti are open daily except Sunday from 2 to r> p m. with librarian in attendance. The public is cordially invited to at tend our services and visit the read ing rooms. ■■ * — ■ " D—■ ... RID1NO HABITS. For Rent or Sale HOT SPRINGS RIDING HABIT CO. 209 Cottage St. Phone R93 Hr. E F. Wtnegar nn* returned to his practice and can be found at hie office 346-348 Central avenue from 9 to i2 and 3 to 5 p.m. 11 14-tf. --n If you euffer from stomach dleor dera, a«k your doctor about our Bul garian buttermilk. The Paetnurlred Milk Co, m-w 1 Prin :ess~ A Smashing Week of Features and Stars LIONEL BARRYMORE GEORGE WALSH ETHEL DAYTON CONSTANCE TALMADGE GEORGE STONE JOSEPH SiNGLETON ANN LUTHER BEVERLY BAYNE ENID MARKL.EY MARGERY WILSON , FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN VELMA WHITMAN i WM. S. HART FRANK KEENAN AND OTHERS ARE FEATURED IN THE BIGGEST AND BEST WEEK OF TREMENDOUS FEATURES THE PRIN CESS HAS EVER BEEN ABLE TO BOOK. MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE BILL LIONEL BARRYMORE IN A METRO FIVE PART DRAMA DEPICTING THE END OF A BARNSTORMING COMPANY The End of the Tour FRANCIS X BUSHMAN BEVERLY BAYNE IN A TWO REEL DRAMA. THE LAST OF THE SERIES OF "THE GREAT SECRET.’ TUESDAY-EVERYBODY’S WESTERN IDOL WILLIAM S. HART IN A SMASHING TRIANGLE WESTERN THAT WILL MAKE YOUR NERVES THRILL The Gun Fighter BIG TRIANGLE COMEDY. "HIS DEADLY UNDERTAKING." ON THE SAME PROGRAM. WEDNESDAY FOX FEATURE DAY GEORGE WALSH AND ANN LUTHER IN A STORY OF A GIRL WHO STOLE A MILLION AND KEEPS IT TILL SHE GETS THE MAN— ' Melting Millions PATHE COMEDY. ONE THOUSAND FEET OF LAUGfl ANU SCREAM ON THE SAME PROGRAM, THURSDAY A NORTHWEST WINNER CONSTANCE TALMADGE AND A. D. SEARS IN A FIVE PART T RIA NGL EFIN E ARTS DRAMA OF THE GREAT NORTHWEST COUNTRY. The Girl of the Timberlands KEYSTONE COMEDY, "WON BY A FOOL," SHOWN ON THE SAME PROGRAM. FRIDAY FEATURE OF THE YEAR WAR’S WOMEN FRANK KEENAN AND ENID MARKLEY IN THE GREATEST DRAMA OF ALL BASED ON THE EUROPEAN WAR—SHOWN FOUR BIG DAYS IN LITTLE ROCK BEFORE COMING HERE. WAIT FOR THIS ONE SATURDAY FOX FEATURE AMATEURS OUR USUAL BIG SATURDAY SHOW WITH A TREMENDOUS FOX FEATURE, AND TWO BIG A TEUR SHOWS AT NIGHT YOU’RE SAFE TO BOOK YOURSELF FOR THE PRINCE ALL THE WEEK iw—«itt iimniriT-tit ANNOUNCEMENT. Dr. W. H. Hickson announces that he treats eczema, blood and all kinds of skin diseases, by a method that is simply wonderful. Also diseases of the rectum and cures piles without the use of the knife. Twenty years in Hot Springs. Citizens' Natl. Rank Rids., 2-21-1 m -o Ub* lJggets Holden rip tea for making iced toe. This tea In pro cured only from the early flowery pickings, which In this country Is found In but few of the most exclusive stores, and then at prices varying from $2.00 to $5.00 a pound. Price $1.00 a pound. For sale by R Q. Mor ris Drug Co. Phone 242. 6-10-tf. ■.— -o— ■ .i - Dr. J. F. Merritt, oatle answered day or night. Office phone 411, res Idenoe 426 No. 370V4 Central avenue. --—o-—————— Car loud of trunks at Ha ls. FTe ruts the pric e Hall advertises Hot 'Springs Why not you help him, 1-20-lmo. MASSAGE TREATMENTS. MRS. K. T. ROSEN wants you to try the New Life Electric Magnetic Swedish Treatment, for body and face. Call at 420 1-2 Central avenue, Apart ment No. 14. 1-30 Ini -o Expert KODAK finishing Sorrells Orug Co. tf. j Drink Bulgarian Buttermilk fo* j breakfast. i-11-tf Try our Merchant* Lunch and Hone rj: n "am,°'V Cooking. PERFECTION CAFE, opp^ \rt Stom. T ,;on, t,,_ »lte Arlington Hotel. 11-10-tf I attenitonH I AUTOMOBILE OWNERS! I VV naT° 'Vl8he-i ,0 A,ino"n,'f' That "John” U Bark I I Let Us Wash Your Car I 1 of'ew mncha!r!.0r m°"ey *h«B in ('har3e ft H FISK AND FEDERAL TIRES I I VALCANIZING I 9 AGENT S FOR I I CHANDLER, W1LLYS-KN1GHT and SMITH I I FORM A TRUCK. I I NEW CENTRAL GARAGE H 237 CENTRaL AVENUEDNEY M' NUTT’ °Wner ol l y NUE| PHONES 90 AND 91 Jg