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Back again==the wild and woolly west has been transplanted to your door, I The greatest of all western characters, has never been featured in a play that afforded his gripping personality such marvelous sway as A 5-part drama full of hard riding, living, and reckless dare deviltry. PRICES ~ All Adults 20 cents, All Children 10 cents A gasp every minute. A thrill every second. Don’t miss it. Here But One Day. Phone 596 for the time of starting of next show. New Royal Theatre TODAY Winfred Greenwood In Her Inner Struggle A 5-PART MUTUAL MASTERPIECE. SHOWING A WOMANS REVENGE. Mutual Weekly Going East ?? «TUC MEMPHIS SPECIAL” Leaves Memphis Arrives New York 7:45 P. M. 7:13 Second Morning JURY SAYS FtIGE I KiLLlD m\m MAN I_ STARVATION. AS DIRECTED BY FEIGE, RESPONSIBLE FOR R. G. LOONEY'S DEATH. i t HUinatiun. directed by "l’rofess >r K. Feigc. wlio is under several liar of man -la tighter in connection with the deaths of various patients was tin cause of tin death of K (I Lnnnay a pioneer citizen of Hot Apriii- i. cording to jury of twelve ,uen wli > last evening assisted I'oronct Dr .1 It. Shaw in the holding of an imi.n Feige was called and proved ,ii usual obstinate witness a o mat • r..11 points Attorney 11 H. Randolph p.it some very pointed (|uestions to ill ■ I witness, as the representative it ill state, and many of these Feige cith r answered indirectly or answered by a-king another qin slion. The proof in the case was that Mr. Looney had become under the inil.i eticc of Feige and had abstained from food for a very long time. From th > evidence Mr Looney perhaps went on the starvation treatment some time in tin latter week of January At dif ferent times he followed tin* auvico or urging of friends or the urging of his son. and tried to partake of liglF foods that might have given him su tenanie, Imt it was apparent tliat when lie did decide to eat he was unable to do so Dr A. F William*, who was called m alter Mr Igioney was almost a! death ■ door and who Dr. William, said "had th* color of death on hi face on March It. when he was firsl called, testified emphatically that his death was due to starvation He said this fact was evident not alone from the circumstance.- as he had found them but from the history of the case. Dr Herrow. who also attended Mr. Looney very late, stated that death was due to lack of nourishment. The funeral of the dead man will cake place this afternoon, and th remains will lie interred in Greenwood cemetery —--o YOP SLAYTON DEAD. Last evening the news reached the < •> or the death in California of Yop Slayton a former resident of 1 this city, and whn-e widow is now residing here it was stated that th i t body would be sent to re tor Inter ment ----o SPECIALS—-Tutti-frutti and maple , ice cream. The Pasteurized Milk Co. I it SETTLES OLD CASE. _ City Attorney Reaches Compromise With the Fabric Hose Company. City Attorney Sam .McConnell yes terday notified Mayor McClendon that h<- had made a settlement with tlr.t Kahn. Hose Co under the authority pivM: l.y the council, the $K,0'Ai and tlu- $::nu add I as ac. rued interest b ■ ing settled for ll.tioo. ThL sum will be paid and the account squared up -o hr. Leonard 11. Ellis, who has been ■-e v np as Lieutenant Colonel In the Fi:.t -Kansas regiment, will return w> In tv and be in his office after IK,day, February 23. 2-16-tf. -o AT THE AUDITORIUM j: V POWELL'S MINSTRELS. Will Be Pi' aenteci for Last Time To night at Auditorium Theater. I Tmn Powell's minstrels, who iw i>p*■ -*.rctl a! the Auditorium last -•lit and Tuesday night, will make i heir farew ell appearance tonight I'h* show is a splendid organization and composed of ome of the best singers and dancers that have ap peared this season in this city. Among the special features is He voicing Collins, one of the greatest skate artists in this country and his human roulette wheel feature is en tirely liC own oriignql stunt. The ong “Pray Tor the Lights to Go Out," us snug by Happy Golden was well received. Billy IUi-s In monologue was u big hit, as was Tcm Powell him self in his rendition of the comedy "Conservatory ' The quartette car ried is one of the best'heard here tor some time, and other muse ul features were excellent in every particular. The company make their usual pa rade today at noon, when another concert will lie given as wa« done yesterday. "THE BIRTH PF A NATION,’ GRIFFITH'S GREAT SPECTACLE Tt Is expected that a long line will be on hand at Schneck's drug store tomorrow morning when the advance seat sale for "The Mirth of Nation's” farewell engagement is opened. Whenoer this wonderful spectacle has paid return visits, the rush for seats has broken all rerords and in many eities the line never broke until Hie last ticket was sold In Atlanta, Hirhmond. Birmingham. Nashville and other Important South ern eities no such scenes has been witnessed since the infrequent visits of David Warfield. "The Follies" and other attractions of that caliber. It should be borne in mind h\ per sons who arc planning to see the big Griffith spectacle, which probably in cludes every playgoer in Hot Springs, that they can insure their comfort b.v attending one of the early perform alters. Toward the end of the engage nnnt the crowds will sureg in to fill every inch of spate in the th■■alor. In Iti lintond it became necessary to call tltc police to quell the clamoring throw- it the final performance of a rrictit engagement and to clear the lobby after all the scat- had been sold, in Atlanta there were similar scenes, although the extending of the engage nient from one week to two weeks r lieved the situation there and gave everybody an opportunity to obtain tickets. As it will be impoasibel to c /end the but pi engagement, wise playgoers will buy their tickets early and attend one of the opening per formant es. "The ilirtli of a Nation" will hr presented at the Auditorium Monday, Tuesday and \V* ilne day of next week with full stage effects anil an or-hos tra of twenty five, exactly as it was shown last season It will soon be withdrawn from the mud to eliminate competition with the new (iriffith masterpiece, "Intolerance." Th re will lie daily matinee SAFETY FIRST gafaty from the terrible die- i enaen tarried by flies and mos quitoes for yourself and your family should be your first « onaideration I>on't neglect bo important a duty It’d e«dy io destroy these vermin with tha help of Bee Brand Insect Powder Tan It Into the air. Flic* ami luoaquitora die In a tow minutes. Also kills ants roaches, flea a, bedbugs, lice. et- . Harm* legs to human being* and their pets <Jet the genu* Ine In the Red Tin. 25c and 50c All Grocert, Druggittt & Department Stnret. j Valuable Agency Secured First shipment or Edison Diamond Disc Phonographs j.;st arrived. CAJ-L IN AND HEAR THEM. D C. Richards Piano Co *33 Central Ava Phona 104 CENTRAL THEATRE TODAY Sessue Hoyakowo IN A POWERFUL RACIAL DRAMA Each to His Kind TOMORROW. CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN THE MASTER PIECE, "HEARTS AFIRE.” LYRIC THEATRE Change of Program Today The Big Frolic of Joy and Mirth The Ginger Girls IN THE LATEST AND MOST JOYOUS OFFERINGS OF Musical Comedy ALSO THE BIG SIX PART LUBIN FEATURE LOVE’S TOLL AN ABSORBING DRAMA. FEATURING ROSETTA PRICE AND RICHARD BUHLER. Prices—Matinee 15 cents, general admission. At Night: General admission 15 cents; reserved seats. 26 cents.