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AT SCHNECK’S DRUG STORE FOR D. W. Griffith’s Gigantic Spectacle 3,COO HORSES 5,000 COST ; SCENE? $500,000 Auditorium 3sDc Mar. 26 WITH DAILY MATINEES SPECIAL PRICES FOR TEACHERS -.AND CHILDREN AT AFTER SCHOOL MATINEE ON MONDAY. 25 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 25 AND COMPLETE N EW YORK PRODUCTION. Prices Reduced^LC'SrSe2;' Z IS.” No$2 Seats “AMERICA’S GREAT DIAMOND HOUSE’’ The Hot Springs Branch of the Mermod, Jaccard & King JtweliyCo. of St. Louis PEARLS - EMERALDS - RUBIES - SAPPHIRES Set in the new hand wrought Platmim mountings Viators w jl pi s pv y pi Visitors Always I A L l A K U O A'^* v Welcome ■ Mermod JaCcard & Kfn(j Welcome 502 CENTRAL AVENUE _ NOTICE The $30,000 PDNY STALLION TEAM Will be at Malvern Avenue and Central Friday, March 23rd, at 4 o'clock p. m. Bring the Children •MIN CHARGED WITH DOUBLE MURDER PROSECUTION CONTENDS CRIME WAS PROMPTED BY INTENSE JEALOUSY. Oklahoma City. Ok a.. March Letters alleged to have written by John M. Couch, on trial here 1'or the murder of Miss Nellie M. Dunn, a young schoolteacher, and i low land D. M illlmms, a widely-known vocal In structor, were introduced at the after noon session of court today. They were addressed to Allas Dunn, Will iams, Mrs. Mary D. Couch, his former wife, and Rev. W. H. B. Uroh of Okla homa City. “If you reveal the contents or this letter uiid bring disgrac e m>on Nellie, hell will not lie :!n minutes front the first place 1 meet you,” read a letter to Williams dated June 17. i'Jlii. The letter wa.s signed, "The ooly man Nel lie ever loved.” The state contended that the letters revealed tut Intense jealousy of Will iams at: ntlons to Miss Dunn and that was the cause of the double murder. Mrs. Couch identified all the letters* as leaving m en written by Couch. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to ihiuik our many friend . in this city for the kindness rendered us in tin lingering illness and death of our beloved wife and mother. Also for the beautiful floral offerings sent us. T. ItOKCOK KJIMi. and Family. Little Hock. Dr. Leonard It. Kills, who ha., been serving as Lieutenant Colonel in the First Arkansas regiment, will return to the city and be In his office after Friday. February 23. 2-16-tf. -0 AT THE AUDITORIUM "The Birth of a Nation." The advuiue sale ol seals for the three days' good-bye engagement of "The Birth of a Nation” at tile Audi torium, beginning Monday, will be placed on -ale at Si hneck's Drug Store this morning. For the .Monday matinee, which is to be an after-scuoai performance for the city's teachers and school children, scats will be sold in advance at the regular matine-J prices but teachers and children hold ing the special school tickets, dis tributed tins week, will not pre-eut them uniil Monday afternoon, when they will lie honored at the box oft'ce. The spectacle is to be presented dur mg this engagement exactly as it was seen last season, w ith the same ay in phony orchestra of 25. The merest statement regarding "The Birth of a Nation" leaps to superlatives because there is no other form in which it can be written. Sim ple facts in relationship to its develop ments sound extravagant until you have seen the product ion and rea!'/.ed a tithe of its sweep and powei. It covers the essential details of Ameri ,un In tor, ranging through three cen turios Actual battles are shown w ith tens of thousands of soldiers in the ton flirt; is,lino people participated in the telling ol the story. Three thou sand horses were used to give the cavalry and oilier thrilling effects of the wild dashes oxer mile- of terri lory. Cities were built up only to b" destroyed by lire Tile tidal cost of the entire production was in the neigh borhood of Ijob.otHI. Five hundred costumers and seamstresses worked for three months to make the cos tume' worn by the women, while pen yard of while muslin were used up m thu regalia of the Ku Klu.x Klaus .nail And yet xvilli all ibis a STYLE 406. j FUR SPORT WEAR THIS WHITE DUCK OXFORD Sport Styles ate ho universal this year that every woman will Meed a pair of sport shoes to add the final touch of complete ness to her spurt costume— Style 4im; white duck oxford atheltic low heel—lieolian sole, $4 00 Kempner’s The Shoe Store Ahead. Expert Chiropodist :u atten dance. . RACES TODAY r Under Auspices of usin ssMens League Oaklawn Jockey Club SIX RACES EACH DAY, COMMENCING AT 2:30 P. M, Gentlemen - - - $1.50 Ladies - - - - $1.00 8ox Seats, Reserved, $1.00 Extra. NO MINORS PERMITTED ON THE GROUNDS simple, human story of love and ro mance weaves through the vast spread el the action and grips the heurts of the audience. The narru live is filled with tears and smiles A symphonic score accompanies th * action and lends a potent force to the drama. 5,000,000 Corns Lifted Right Off! Try 2 Drops ot Magic “Gets-It.” There’s a wonderful difference be tween getting rid of a corn now and the way they used to try to get rid of it only four or five years ago. ’VJets-lt” lias revolutionized corn history. It's the only corn remedy **See? *Juwt 2 Drops «»f *Dio»-It.# Now Tomorrow I’ll •lust Peel That t'oru Kight Off — ami It’s (iuiie!" today that arts on the now prin ciple. not only of shriveling up th* corn, but of loosening the corn off — so loose that you can lift it right ofT with your fingers. Put 2 drops of '(.ets-It’* on that corn or callus to night That's all. The corn is doomed sure as sunrise. No pain, or trouble, or soreness. You do 1 away once and for all with toc bundling bandages, toe-eating salves and irresponsible what-nots Try it get surprised and lose a corn **(lets-11’’ is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Uwrence Co. Chicago. 111. Sold in Hot Springs turn recommend • d as the world's he-t corn remedy by R. 0. Morris Drug Co., and A. C. Jen nings, GREAT SPECIAIU!AR FEATURE IS FUMING “FALL OF A NATION" BY THOMAS DIXON BOOKED AT LYRIC NEXT WEEK, By far one of the most spectacular ami thrilling feature film produetii ns ever brought, to Hot Springs, conies to the Lyric theuuir next Thursday for u three days' exhibition, and it is safe to say that hjs amazing prod uct from the largest film producing company in the world, will startle the people of Hot Springs as no other mo tion picture has done. “The Fall of a Nation." from the pen of t!\e emmitient novelist of the present day, Thomas Dixon, i» the title of the production, and it deal with a theme that is, especially at the present war times, a most vital one wih the American people. It is thrill ing, spectacular and absorbing and al the same time most, interesting, with a beautiful romance running through out the action of the play. livery one who is familiar with the works of Thomas Dixon know with what power this novelist can draw on the imagination, and with what a firm hold he can grip the attention of hi- readers. What is true with his power with the pen. is equally, if not truer, with the silent drama, for Die aciual scenes, described by Dixon with the pen. are brought vividly before the eyes in the film production. This big feature is booked at the Lyric theater for a three days' exhi bition. March :!D and .‘II. with a general admission price of If.T cents for adults and 15 cents for children, any seat. MOTOR LIFE Puts more “Life” in the motor, gets from 25 to 40 per cent more mileage from gasoline, prevents carbon, costs only $1.50. Saves $8 to $16 on gasoline Used by United States government on the border. 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