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AUDITORIUM, HOT SPRINGS WITH DAILY MATINEES PRICES YOU'VE WAITED FOR 1 D. W. Griffith’s Supreme Film Master Piece ♦ 4 4 4 4 4 <? 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ◄ ◄ 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 ■_■ 4 25-SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA-25 1 AND COMPLETE PRODUCTION THAT THRILLED CAPACITY AUDIENCES LAST SEASON ^ 4 ◄ ◄ Decisive Battles of the Civil W. Sherman s March to the S • C Bu it Up Snly to Be Destroyed 4 Before Your Eyes—G t Appomattox—The As? usination of Abraham Lincoln Petersbi -g 4 at the Crest of the M hty Ih>ms on—Whet It Cost the Mothers. Wives nd Si ters of the South_The 4 Rise of the Ku Klux Klan—The Coming of the Prince of Peace. A Seats Selling at Schneck's Drug Store < -SPECIAL PRICES AT AFTER SCHOOL MATINEE MONDAY FOR TEACHERS AND SCHOOL 4 CHILDREN 4 A *1 .1 J NiG-'TS 25c 50c. $1.00 AND $1.50 n r* 1 ^ AVOICI tuft trowda daily matinees 25c >oc and $1 Dl>y fc.atrly 4 --GOOD BYE-l ‘The Birth of a Nation" Will Sot n Be Withd- w From thi Read to Eliminate Competition With D. W. Griffith's Newest Sp • fat le, • ntoler nee." Wh th Was Presented Recently at the Auditorium. INSURE YOUR HEALTH | DeSoto Water f Saves The Drng Bill DeSoto Lax | For, .Constipation, •fJL, Special Kates For the Home or Office & -a. We Make The Best Ginger Ale on Eartlr I l-® Try a'family case of the DeSoto Soda. All fruit jjjc flavors. Bottled in the most sanitary plant in America. CALL 827 I DE SOTO SPRING CO. I JAMISON BROS. City Distributor* jj| I MRS. HANGLIN DEAD I I I'he funeral of the late .Mrs .lame i flunglin, formerly a resident of this | oily, hut who died last Thursady it! j Memphis, will he held here this after ! noon at 2:::« o’clock, and Ihe inter ; im it will lie at the Calvary cemetery Little Girl Had Croup. Every moth r Knows and feari : croup Mrs. 11 M. Raney. K. F. I). 2 Stanford. Kv .whites: “My little Sir had been having* croup every few nights. I began to gi.e her a few drops of l-'oley's Honey a, d Tar Coni pound every two or three i.ynirs, ant that night who slept well, neve: eouahed any. and the next day he: alii was gone. To all of my friends am paying, (let a hot tie of Foley's Honey and Tar for la grippe coughs colil and cro ip. A genuine cure.” A 0. Jennings. FOR NU BONE CORSETS photo -"it”. Mr . 10. It. VanLandinghain. Ordinary uuttermtik has the bottei I 'emoved, our Bulgarian buttermilk contain* all the origtnil fat*. Tb< Pasteurized Milk Co. JMI-tt jj Sentinel-Uncord classified, adverti* ? Ing brings re-tills. CHILD TESTIFIES < AGAINST HER FATHER TEN YEAROLD GIRL PASSES HER FATHER IN COURTROOM WITH OUT SIGN OF RECOGNITION Oklahoma t'lty, okla . March LM, 'Inrj the 10-yearolil daughter of •lollli M Couch, faciii” trial here for the aliened murder of Wllie M Dunn, last January who was called to the witness stand unexpe’ tedly by the de fense lute this affernonu, stoutly de nied haviim told lv r father anythirus that could lead him to believe ini proper practices were heln« carried on in the studio of Rowland C. Wit Hams, when she visited there with Miss Dunn. With remarkable com posure the child replied to the ques tions of Attorney J S Rates for the defense. She passed her father lu the aisle without any sipn of recognition and when Attorney Estes pointed to the defendant and asked tier if she re momb.red her father, whom she had not seen since last .June, the child answered in the affirmative. She had no love for her father, she said. At this statement Couch sobbed audibly. Mary fold of her trip from .loplin. Mo., in response to a subpoena to up pear at the trial. She ■•aid she was not instructed what to say on th 1 stand, the only admonition her grand mother pave her til ing ' to tell th ■ truth." Nineteen chara ter witnesses, all school teachers, testified to the -ood reputation of Miss Dunn. Mrs. Mary < ouch, divorced wife of the defendant, was recalled to the stand today. Mrs. Couch testified her former hu-bnnd repeatedly had asked her to sue for a divorce and told her that he and Miss Dunn wanted to lie married I told him if Nellie loved him and wanted to many him ! would agree to th > divorce, otherwise I would not.” said tfe witness. Elsie Wade a former oftice attend ant at the Williams studio, testified she did not remember rm iving a tele phone <ail from Couch for her cm ployet on tin morning the viral teaclier met his death. Yesterday Ctjuch testified he had talked to Williams on the telephone an h'tur before the latter wa shot. •♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* ♦ ♦ ♦ Secret Societies J ♦ ♦ #♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• MASONIC. Hot Sprints Commandery, No. K T meets every first Monday r;KO. H. BRENNER. K C. J. J Hickman, T. I. M. Hot Springs Council. No 23. H A A M, meets .veiy second Mt.mlav a'tei Chapter. A. J SMITH, W M. Hot SnrlPKs Cltapter No 47. H A M meets t \ ei t second and fourth Manila! J. It. DUMMY. 11 »*. Hoi Sin Ires l odire No. C2. K A A M Masonic Temtile. fir>t and third K’idavt M. C. HICKMAN. Sec. Sumpter Dodge. No. 419. P A A. _ M Soul!, lint Springs, near corner Kiltl s: '.■*.• unit tlrand avenue, tin t> si*. ml '.uuih I i idays at 7:30 P P) It E EKMEY TV. M. .1 N Searcy, Secrwlaty. B. P O. E. TIi.it Springs lodge N*t. 380, II. P O. K. meals rveij Wednesday evening al h :n ,u it iheir new liall, corner Atom;, ti.ii Valiev streets. Visiting hrotriert wOidiai*v invited. CUTS H DAVIS. E U. P K Slspey Secretary. EASTERN STAR II.a Soring* Chapter. No. I’,'1 O E S , . | i.midr. ip id Monday at 8 t* tn MltS AON ITS PKMHY. Worth.’ Matroi; Miss l!lonrlie Hailey, .ecretary. WOODMAN CIRCLE. Meet* every lirst and third Kridayt \is.i,' _ sovereigns Invited to a'lend MEDIA BROOKS vjuaidiat). BRANCHK COPE!.IN. Clerk. Phone 236-’. CAMP NO. 8, W O. W Meets second and fourth Fridai s at 730 p in., ai K. of P. Hall. G K (iOWKU. r. <; .1 J Hickman. Clerk. KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAtf. Centennial Lodge No. 0, Knights o! Pvthias. meets every Tuesday nlcht n' Pythian Castle Hall, 709*4 Central ave i.ip- Visiting Pythian* coidiallv invited to attend. The use of the club rooms ie i!so .-xi nded to vKHLiy Uelchts A W. JACKSON. C. C. J. H. McConnell. K R. H. L. O.O. M. Hot Springs Lodge, No 504. l.oval Or der of Mouse, meets every Friday even Ing at the Moose Hall 43CR Central we ruie V isitimr brothers eordlallv invited J. \V M'Cl.KNDOX. Dictator. J W. SsClalr. Secretary. RE8EKAH LODGE, NO. 48. 1. 0. O. F Meets second nnd fomth Tuesday niebte nt S o'clock at I O. O. F. hail. All vis iting UePekalis receive a hearty welcome ai,< 1 ar. invited to attend phone 19J MRS MARTHA MCRPHY. N O. Mrs. Mattie Clurk. Sec., phone !M2. ROYAL NEIGHBORS. Vanor City Camn No. h, 77. Royal Neighbors of America, meets first and third Wednesday of each month in the M W A hall. Visiting neighbors are welcome MARY LYNCH. G'aole. Emma Harsh. Recorder Garland Itebceca Lodge No 79. 1 O. A. K meets first anil third Toes ay ig! • ti i id.l I Clows h.al’. ' 'so -i at . ers and sisters cordially Invited. MRS 8A1HK STEWART. N. 0 413 South St.. Phone 1344. H C id ilium. Secratarv. Phone 1939 KNIGHTS OF~COLUMBUS. Hot Springs Council No. 1740 Knights •r Columbus. m< ts every first mil third Thursday In tlu-ii new hall, second floor of the building nt ‘he northwest cornet if Rath and Exchange streets. \ Isltor •ordiaitv invited to ati 'd. W M. T CORK, (». K HARRY DOUCWfEBl V. 0 (5 K ODD FELLOWS. Hot Springs Valley 1-odge No p7, meets Monday at s p.ni in the Old city II:. i ceding K \V VLKLCR. N ‘Ik ! P, Koehler. Secretuiy I Beautify Hot Springs I)o it this spring. Commence at home-then encourage your neighbor. Plant Glass, Flowers and Trees. Plant Grass between the sidewalk and the curb. Remove old, unsightly fences, outbuild ing and trash. Paint up a little. Hot Springs is expecting the largest summer patronage in its history-lets dress up for it. It is none too soon to prepare for the great National Convention of Ameri can Federation of Women’s Clubs, May, 1918. To Our Visitors: WE 'WKI.ro.VIE YOU TO THIS NATIONAL HEALTH AND PLKAS ERE RESORT AND TRUST THAT WE MAY ADD YOUR NAME TO THE LJST OF .MANY THOUSANDS OF OFTt FRIENDS WIIO VRHT US K\OH SU0CEKJD1NT. VICAR. THERE IS NO WATER QUITE SO WONDERFUL IN ITS CITKAT1VR i POWKJU AS THE HOT WATER OF HOT SPRINT,S. ARKANSAS. Till-: UNITED STATES GOVERN MiHNT RECOGNIZED THE FACT WHEN IT fcECUHKD THE OWNERSHIP, AND CONTROL OF THE SPRINTS. AND SELECTED THIS RESORT OF A.I.L OTHERS IN THE COUNTRY FOR THE LOCATION OF THE FAMOUS ARMY AND NAVY HOSPITAL * HOT SPRING'S, ARKANSAS. IS BLESSED WITH MANY EMINENT PHYSICIANS OK NATIONAL RENOWN, THE HOT WATER BATHS TAKEN UNDER THE SUPERVISION OK A PHYSICIAN. HAVE WORK i:o MAGIC CURES TO HUNDREDS OK THOU 1*8AMDS OK HEALTH SEEKERS KROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. BEST RESULTS ARK OimU.VHD FROM THE BATHS UNDER A PHYSICIAN'S INSTRUC TIONS. EVERY LOYAL CITIZEN OF HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS, WILL EX TEND EVERY COURTESY AND KINDNESS TO YOU WHILE HERE. AND * THEY JOIN IN THE WISH THAT YOU LEAVE HERE WITH PLEASANT} RECOLLECTION1? AND A RESOLVE TO SPEAK A GOOD WORD DOR Ot R RESORT TO YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME.