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FRIDAY AT SCNNECK’S DRUG STORE FOR D. W. Griffith s Gigantic Spectacle Auditorium SSD:” Mar. 26 WITH DAILY MATINEES. SPECIAL PRICES FOR TEACHERS AND CHILDREN AT AFTER SCHOOL MATINEE ON MONDAY. 25 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 25 AND COMPLETE NEW YORK PRODUCTION. D : D J J Daily Matinees 25c. 50c and $1 p , I rices KeducedN.ghts, 25c. 50c. $1 and $i 50 seats AT THE COMEDY THEATER. Tabloid and Moving Pictures—Entire Change of Program at Matinee This Afternoon. Today Mack's Musical Review com pany offers “The Inventor, a black face bill that promises to lie equally .us good if not belter than the fits' hill Mack's Musical Review company ! is offering noth tea hut good clean shows, (he Kind that keep you ^ good humor front the time the (Urluin rises until it is lowered, its there are plenty of musical numbers and real comedy (hut is enjoyable. This company made a very credit a ip showing on their first appear nnee in this city by offering a bill that entirely met with the approval of the large audience that witnessed it Mack's Musical Review company is endeavoring to give to ilte theater goers of the- Comedy theater entirely new and different shows from the average rim of tab shows, and if there i- anything in a mime, the name of today's loll implies that Mack's Musical Review company are in keep in-; with their plan lj©t Sorrelle nnig Co. look tft« four KOfiAK flnt«tlna l-14-t.f — -.o—. Report KODAK finishing Sorrells Drug Co. tf. ♦ I ^ A BUGLE CAl L TO ARMS FOR NATIONAL GEFFNSE • I The Fall of a Nation j I ; 9 COMING TO THE LYRIC MARCH 26. 27 AND 23. • * INSURE YOUR HEALTH DeScto Water Saves The Drag Bill e DeSoto Lax For [Constipation. Specja-t Rates For the Home or Offica - I We Make The Best Ginger tie on Earth Try a'family case of the DeSoto Soda. All fruit flavors. Bottled in the most sanitary plant in America. CALL 827 DE SOTO SPRING CO. JAMISON BROS. City Distributors ‘‘GINGER GIRLS" PLAYING TO LARGE CROWOS POPULAR MUSICAL COMEDY ART ISTS ARE BIG ATTRACTIONS AT LYRIC THEATER. A change of program greeted the patrons of the l.yrie theater hist night when the "Ginger Girls" company of musical comedy artist*, playing a week's engagement al this playhouse, presented a brand new hill. The lo tion picture was also changed and an entirely new entertainment was nf ft-rded the patrons of this theater. The male trio with tho “Ginger flirls" company came in for their share of the praise in the company’s entertainments. This combination of ‘<-ts some rare hits of harmony in 1 heir specialty, and were applauded to the echo The individual specialties at" tiIso exceptionally clever. The chorus gillies are also a big attraction, dressed in their spick and °pn’i new costume*, and their work >n singing and dancing is considerably shove the ordinary chorus fe.ttui Th<\\ can sing in a manner that is splendid and their feature in connec tion with the comedy situations is ex cept ionnily good. Tin company remains at the l.yrie 'll 'hi a "'k. changing program again ncvl 1 ti'lsy. presenting one of the best till tor the entertainment of tho l.yrie patrons. The motion pic ture feature also changes Friday, the attraction being “Love's Toll,' a five ’inn feature from the T.ubin studio, rtcr-i'tg Ikiscita lit ice and 1-WcUitrd Buhli r. Three shows daily, matinee fit. 3 p in., prices 1.", cents to all; two shows at night. 7:43 and !L15, prices being 1f> cents general admission and 25 rents for reserved seats. Goupons for reserved septs can be obtained at tbo box office at 3 o’clock each afternoon. IteniVniber next, week the Lyric presents two of the greatest, of mo lion picture attractions. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, “The Lib ertinc" a powerful play of modern life, wil be the attraction, while for Tin rsday, Friday and Saturday, “The Fall of a Nation.” ihe thrilling story from the pen of Thomas Dixon, is booked. . ,t mm HAYAKAWA IN “EACH OF HIS KIND” A Story of the Lure and Mystery of the East, Filled with the Fascinat ing Atmosphere of India. Rhanadah .Ses*ur Ilayakawa Princess Xada .Tsurn Aoki Amy Dawn . Vola Vale Colonel Marry .Krnest Joy 1'ick Larimer .Kusene Pallette Colonel Dawe .tluy Oliver Mnlai Singh . Waller ls>ng Asa Judd . Paul Weigel The Maharajah . Cecil Holland Synopsis. Rhumb'll), who is to succeed his fa ther, the Maharajah of Dharpuli. is sent to Oxford to be educated. The Princess Nada. to whom he is en caged, fearful of the outcome of h's journey, gives him an amulet to bring him back to her in safety. At the college he soon becomes accustomed to English ways, but refuse-; all Invi tations into society, ns be is forbid don to touch any white woman, lie meets Amy, daughter of Colonel I)awo, and they liecotne interested in each other. Amv wagers that she can per suade the prince to give her the atnu let and succeeds in having him ac cept her invitation to a parly: she manages to see ltliadati alone and secures the amulet. Dick Larimer, to whom Amy is engaged, denounces Amy for doing such a thing. Asa .ludd, tutor to the Maharajah's son, has taken a snap shot of Amy and Uhandali and sent it to Colonel Atar oy, the resident. British councilor. Alu la! Singh, an aspirant to the throne, obtains possession of the photograph. Rhandah, embittered, returns home just as the Maharajah dies. By his bedside he sw-ears eternal vengeance on till the English and is overheard bv Nutla. He -eeks out Alnlai Singh and obtains the picture, declaring his intention of leading his people ngainsf the English. Issuing a command that all captured English be brought be fore him. Dirk is taken and Rhandah orders him to thp dungeon. Amy has tome to India with her father and is also taken by the outlaws, but when they see the amulet they release her. Nada recognizes her from the picture and comes upon Rhandah and Amy as he is contemplating what he shall do with Dick. Rhandah makes advances to Amy which she Hares not resent, and tells him she will do anything to save Dick, hut ho replies there i nothing that will save her sweetheart. Xntla, listening, ready to kill Amy with a dagger, overhears and rushes into Rhandah's arms, vowing her be lief in him. At Amy's solicitation she Intercedes and Dick is set free. All ihe trouble- and turmoil is at last ended, and both couples arc happy. Wo furnloh the only pooteurlred milk nold In Hot SprlnQt. The Pa« Uurlxpd Milk Co. (HM» WILLIAM S. HART I AT PRINCESS TODAY Greatest of All Westerners in a Tre mendous Daredevil Drama Today. In the new Triangle Tnce-Kay Pee play. "The Gun FiRh'er," at tha Prin ters today, William S. Hurt appears as Cliff lltid peth, Nader of a band of outlaws, in a wild region of Ari zona, who has won his place and his power by the hilling of notorious bor der gtin bullies. At their headquar ters, "The Killers’ Roost," in the heart of Hie fiilu mountains, he, in consul tation with “Ace High." his trusted lieutenant, plans depredations on tha neighboring settlement - Although Hudspeth and his sang are. the most powerful, their rule is disputed hv K1 Salvador, a half In-eerl: his henchman, "Cactus'' Fuller, and his following of desperadoes. Desert Pass is the scene of many conflicts between the eonlmidiug hands of ruf fians. Rumors of the arrival of a bunch of miners and much gold force 111 Sal vador to send "Cactus" Fuller in his Wnv S. Hart In Triangle Play, “The Gun Fighter.” pinci to levy tribute. Cactus is so effiiceut that a few hours later every man, woman anil Child is looking on the most thorough holdup ever levied in the desert town. Cactus is satis fied and flushed with triumph and boasts in Hie "Golden Fleece" saloon of the ignominies he would treat Cliff Hudspeth with it lie ever met him face to face. Hudspeth happens to arrive in town at tliis time and with a few emphatic remarks makes Cactus, whom he has Hu-own out of the saloon, realize that something must lie done to retrieve a shattered reputation. Cliff, coming out of the saloon, notices Norma Wright, the pretty town milliner who works to support her little brother ■limmy and herself, standing at the door of her little store and waves her inside, as he anticipates trouble. The Shooting commences and Cactus bites the dust. A- Cliff satisfied with the day’s work, is preparing to leave town ho is confronted by Norma, who de nounces him as a cold-blooded mur derer. Accustomed to fear and ser vility, Cliff is stung almost to mad ness by Hie girl's accusation, and. beaching down from horse, he seizes her and, flinging her over the saddle, gallops out of town. Arriving at his retreat. Cliff locks the stupefied girl in a room and seeks to drown the memory of her words in raw whiskey. The whlskev and his awakened con science bring him to review his past life, mid, half delirious, he sees his victims of past years pass reproach fully before him The girl, too. in a wakeful night, becomes aware of the human side of the man she held as la murderer. The next, morning she brings Cliff around to her way of thinking and extracts a pledge from him that he will never willingly kill another human being. flight on tills determination comes an offer to Cliff from a member of the territorial legislature of a free pardon and restoration of citizenship if Cliff wi'l undertake to rid Arizona of FI Salvador. Ki Salvador, hearing of Cliff's new appointment, is wild with rage, and, gathering his horde*- horde together, raids Desert Pass, burns the town to the ground and drags Norma away to the mountains. (Miff, in hot pur suit. reaches the retreat alone and rescues the girl. In a terrific duel he kills FI Salvador, though mortally wounded himself. Clill places the girl on a horse, which bears her to safety, and then pas-es away consoled that his last killing was In her tie* fense. On the same program is a smashing Triangle comedy. Advance prices to day. All adults ?0o, all children 10c. Tomorrow comes a magnificent Selznick drama. “Vera the Medium." featuring beautiful and talented Kitty Gordon. For KODAKS noil KODAK FINISH JNO eo to Sorrell" Drue Co. tf Atabntn* Tteipedv, price $1 0f> a bot tle H. Q. Morris Dr.ig Co 2-M-tf. Comedy Theatre Si,£* . . -_• • MACK’S MUSICAL REVIEW - in "THE INVENTOR A BLACKFACE COMEDY. A COMPLETE CHANGE OF WARDROBE, SONGS AND SPECIALTIES, FEATURING MISS MAUDE SHELDON, IN BALLADS AND RAGS. MISS PATSY CONROY. THE GIRL WITH THE VIOLIN. MISS EDNA ELLIOTT AND MISS JEWELL IN THE LATEST POPULAR SONGS. EXTRA FEATURES—HAPPY LAWSON IN "THE BLUES:’’ JESS NORMAN. IN HIS SONGS AND DANCES. A CLEN SHOW FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN. FEATURE PICTURE—"THE MYSTERY OF THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE.” SHOWN IN FIVE REELS. GENERAd. ADMISSION 15 CENTS RE3E RVE D SE ATS 25 CENTS M AT IN E E, ALL SE ATS 15 CENTS. HOYAL THEATER. Few pictures if any have ever been shown in Hot Spring* where a more particular subji*ci has been portrayed in pictures than the feature at tlv> Royal Theater today. The title of this great Mutual masterpiece is "Her Inner Struggle." This feature, starr ing Winifred Greenwood and Frank Richie, clearly portrays the revenge ful inner life of woman who has been wronged by one who was her trusted life companion. It shows one of the many desperate attempts she makes to revenge her wrongs. See this great feature. It is a wonderful les son as well as a beautifully photo graphed and Interesting five-part fea ture. In eonneetion with the feature the Mutual Weekly will lie shown. Cu* This Out—It Is Worth Money. DON’T MISS THIS. Cut out Ml slip, enclose with Sc and mail it to Foley & Co, 2fW!> Sheffield Aw. Chi cago, 111., writing your n«me and ad dress clearly. You will receive la re turn, a trial package containing Foley’s Money and Tar Compound, for bronchial and la grippe coughs; Foley Kidney Pills, for lame back, weak kid neys, rheumatism, bladder troubles, and Foley Cathartic. Tablets, a whole some and thoroughly cleansing cath artic, for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. A. c Jpnnlngs. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that Hie an nual stockholders' meeting of tin* Hot Springs Uo:f and County Association will be held at the Kastman Motel. Men day, Vpril 9. 1917. at S o'i lock p. m„ for the election of a. board of di rectors to serve for the enduing year ami for the transaction of such other business as may awfully come before them. T>n. W. O. FORMnS, Fres. “M. A. Fisele. Sec. Til-lino. --o ANTIQUES. 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