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The peerless and uncomparable of screen actress, greatest star in the Selznick studio, CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG ■ 4 I Comes today in what critics declare to be her greatest screen drama, § a seven part Selznick production, THE PRICE SHE PAID A story by David Graham Phillips, centering about this great star in a distinctive atmosphere, with many moments of suspense that holds your interest to the end Prices Today-All Aduitss 20 Cents, All Children 10 Cents Here But a Single Day Phone 596 for Information here One Day Only-Today 1 wmm —"wnrrwi Society Missionary Society. The bodies' Missionary Society of the Orange Street Presbyterian church wa enter tallied jointly by Meadaincs W. >. lvWall ami F M. Wylie at tho homo of ihc former yesterday after noon, more than twenty members be ing present. Mrs. \V. (i. Maurice ami Mrs. David Crochet were present amt explained ■ n detail the work and purpose of the Navy I-eug'.ie. and their appeal was re nponded to hy a promise from i!m ladies of the church for several ar ticles of clothing tor the sailors. The lesson study from, “The hiving Christ lor hat in America,” was conducted by 'Mrs. Walter libel, who gnve some splendid suggestions to the society oa conditions, and opportunities' In that try. I re ghi> a few of the striking things san«v "ip he rev*.- capital 'becomes an Intperff^a lav;or ill tlie life of any country! labor is naturally the oppos ing for|e, and these* two issues that £ed such an important part in of oar beloved country have pis Ihc lUss DANISH WOMAN REGAINS HEALTH Tell* Everybody What Lydia E. P'nkh&m’s Vegetable Compound did for Her. Chicago, III.—“It gives me great pleasure to let others know that I im proven i n neann with the first hot tie of Lydia E.Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound; after taking two bottles 1 am entirely well. Before taking it i Could not do any kind of yvork with out a pain in my back as I suffered so much from in flammation. I had headaches, was al ways tired and no appetite. Wonla cannot express my gratitude for the good your medicine has done me. ami though me to my family. 1 rerom njLnd Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound to all women suffering from female troubles, particularly to Danish women.”- Mr*.Mkta Damuaard-Mat ZAN, 2137 Kimball Ave., Chicago, 111. It is positively true that Lydia E. Pinkham’a Vegetable Compound has ^helped thousands of woman vrnu have flbeen troubled with displacements, in ■[animation, ulceration, tumors, irregu ^^Bcritics, periodic pairs, backache, that H^Larmg down feebpg indigestion, and ■™.1 lave uritt'ii page alter page of ucclvi l> 'll Ijdtin America today. ■Columbia lias 40U,<n.u> pupil* of school age, w it It only -12,«K)0 in the puh 11; schools An educator .lists ventured tin* opinion that not more than 15 per l cent of the children ever have a chan c to master the rudiments of learning. | "Ch id labor on estates and in fac tories is an injustice almost wholly unchecked bj legislation, and public icuygroundv are a feature only recent ly introduced into the larger cities. 'The people of Latin America are Ipatiotie, and, like the Japanese, they have liei'n inoculated with such a ' | marked spirit, of patriotism for thcri j country as to tuiake it almost a ro- j ligion.” Those present enojyed the study very .n ch and at the conclusion Miss Ruhurdme Wool man sang some ap propriatc seiec ions, which were great ly enjoyed. Tip- hostesses served delightful re ifreslimcut ns'tig patriotic colors throughout. * * * Miss 'Marie Fink and Mi>s Nellie Iiowman, delegates from Third Street chtirc.lt to the -.tate Sunday school con vention at I'iite Bluff, are being enter tained .it the home, of ftev. and Mrs. Stow ell of that city. o RENE VIV1ANI GREETS AMERICA CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE out tlu’ world. \V<* art' rearty to carry that - niggle to the end. “And now, os President \Vdson has said, the republic. of the United State rist .n ith strength as a champion of right, and rallies to the side of France and her allies. Only our descendants when time has n moved them suffici ently far lrom pre-ent events, will ho unite to measure the full significance, the grandeur of an historic act, which has sen! a thrill through) the whole world. From today on all the forces of freedom arc lot loose. And not only victory, ol which we are adready ar surMl, is certain; the true meaning of vie lory is made manifest; it cannot no merely a or mate military conclusion to the truggle: it will be the victory of morality and riglit and wdl forever secure the existence of a world in which all our children shall draw free breath ill full peace and undistudbod pursuit of their labors. To accomplish this great work, which will be carried to completion, we. are about to exchange views with the men in your government beet qual ified to help. We work together as, fefee men who are resolved to save tie’ R.. CHARLES WEAVES now cm maimgeh TAKES FORMAL CHARGE OF AF FAIRS—WILL MAKE CHANGES SLOWLY. HE STATES. Issues a Signed Statement Asking the Co-operation of All Ambitious Citi zens to Help in the Upbuilding of the City. < harlea If. Weaves, city manager . f Hot Springs under tlio commission form of government, yesterday after noon formally tock charge of ulTairs. He made no immediate changes in the affairs «nf the city, slating that these t'oiild come along wi’hin a few day.-., and after tiling- were gone over tti roughly. (He issued a statement asking for the cooperation of all citi zens to the upbuilding f the resort, in tlie following: To the Citizens of Hot Springs: "In accepting the position of city manager I wish to express my sincere appreciation of the very great < ntpli ment to mo, implied by my selection, nor do 1 underestimate the respousi tdlitii s I am required to assume, whi- li I regard as the duly of every good “ Brownatone" Tints Your Hair In a Minute Preferred to Slow Acting Dyes. Tim f tniuriitt'st r*'«tl nml I ho shortest flOt t*» tin* rorlnlnty of mi u11 :t• (iv«• mucJ Imauti* fill «(*t*oaraiUf is ILm u<»> <»f *• llrowi atoutt** 11«i** Slain. I ’11- |in*|iiirau'»n#wni 1 • I ii i i.v cbin|( gra v. utrcjiUiil or fiidotf hair to tho softest and golden brown, medium. ilark brown or black—Just us you wish. .lost comb or hnu.li it into your hail*. I iu|« snililp of detec tion, wilt uol nib or wnali off nod n©p»1a retouching only as (lie hair ktovh out. "Browuatom* ’ statu \h far so to "rlypw," ami solntfly liarm!i every way. 7»olil Uf all rtnig'fM*. ^Iii |wo m!w*s. jiimI #1.00. If jon arc otTcrcd a Mnlixfltutc, $*•■• annoyance l»y refusing it and ordeflu "Brow nnton«‘ * flirt** t from the tnakeni. InaUt oa ‘*Browiiutoui*’' at yoor lmird»«ss cr*n. A rrinl Uittle ami interesting booklet \Vlll l*« mailed tor 10 cent*. Mt-ijtlcu thado de*tHM. Addrc** Keutim l‘hnrm»(*al Co., ’■ -*• K. IMke St.. Covington, Ky. ^ Sold and guaranteed in Hot Springs by Sorrells Drug. Co., and other/lend in* dealers C » • itl/en, if in an officfal position or not, that is. I give th<> best there is in nn‘, for tiio progress and upbuilding of my home town ami eomtnunily, in which 1 haw- s vital an intern t. the ' ornfi rt and happiness of friends and loved ones I will not evade any of the duties of my position, nor do i ex pect any f the citizens to evade the rs, if in an official capacity or ot her wise. In my ,'iti years of residence here it lias been my observation that a vast majority < t the people wl-h to tie per mitted to go on in the even tenor of their way. enjoying life in their peace fill pursuits, and it will be the earnest endeavor of this administration to fos ter and encourage, in every way poss - Ide, the extension ef this goodfellov ship. We have no quarre with any one, nor will we permit any personal matters or feeling to he brought Into or made a part i any position under our control. "I* is m> determination to sec tint npp intivo officers treat everyb d.v right that try to do right, and liial they so conduct themselves that the entier community may accord them rie served respe I and confidence. I feel I uhite sure thai very few, if any, would ] cure to see either .. I the extremes we ! have suffered from, In years gone hv. restored, and I am erpially wire that I there exists a happy medium, or mid die ground of <0111111 11 decency up on which all ntav meet with nt ! rendering principle or self-respect. W I hope to obliterate nl fac'ional lines and bring together nil discordant ele [ mcnts. that this splendid energy may lie H|)plieil n properly devel-.plng the unbounded possibilities of OlMt little eftv. Nature ha In on extremely lav i b in the distribution of her favors I here for the benefit of nil suffering humanity, ns wd as those mere for lunate who enjoy the beauties that greet you at every turn, and it is OflMt dutv ;o place these advantages in the most attractive manner. “II is our determination t practice ever) economy consistent with prope service. t" make every effort to live within our means. ns you and every well-regulated bu-iness or family try t do; you and every citizen are hut helping and benefitfing yonraelevs when you aid the city in reducing every expense possible, and should re member tluit it c -ds something to do • lungs by llo' city, and f eciuenfly more, if compelled to make extra trips when a little care would liave expensc in which you share. Much cf the revenue producing busines- has been discontinued, and It wi I be neees sarv to create new revenue to meet the expenses of the city. 'rlil8 mils' j be found where it will cause ihe leasi 1 friction and where it can be^'i be met "The visitor Is our sourcl ,rvf pros perity, and to him must lie extended • very reas liable consideration while he is our guest, courteous and fair ‘ tree intent should always be accorded i him, that lie leaves us with kindly j feelings and a desire to return and bring or send friends to ns. ' ‘‘There are many applicants for posi tion, far in excess or the number that may be required, and of necessity there will be disappointments, how ever, every eitleen has a perfect right to make or file an application, and it is our duty t properly consider tie j same and place in positions those j who we believe, from all the informa j ti n we have, will be-t serve the city. ! We will carefully preserve these ap plications for future consideration, I should occasion require. ' l.et us all endeavor to ho of seTV ce in the work f upbuilding and make this, as it should be, the most attractive little city In the world ('lean up, paint up, dress up, cheer up and smile, and yon and I know there wi I In- many more smiles to greet mu and we will all feel better for ha vine, contributed to the comfort and happiness of idlers while being the greater beneficiary ourselves "Very sincerely, "CHA8. If, WIOAVEM." Mr. T K. AtKin and Miss Kathleen Ail;iit nl Dardeneile are In the city re cuperating. Miss Aikin is deputy in the circuit clerks' office at Dardanelle. -o Our Bulgarian Buttermilk is making Hot irings la moils. Wo got $10.00 ;or two <inart shipped lo New Or leans. \v are designers of Bulgarian I,elili s and e<in.ipment. We have two kettles in use and sliipiiiilg two to New Orleans designed by ns aim man netnre 1 by P .1 Cochran with The Hump Mams Hardware Co. Hr 1 H Shelton aas returned is the city am! is now located it: Citl /ens N'ationul Bank Building, suite 103-4-5. 1 23-tf -„--— Drlna Bulgarian ButtartTillk fo breakfast. *-11.t* I*! Nadine * Face Powder (In Green Boxea Only) --i Keeps The Complexion Beautiful 8oft and velvety. Money back if n<»t en tirely pleased. Nadine is pure and harm less. Adheres until wished off. Prevents sunburn and return of discolorations. A million delighted users prove its value. Tints: Flesh, Pink. Brunette. White. By Toilmt Counters or Mail, SOt. National Toilet Company, Paris, Tenn. NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice Ik hereby Riven that tt. an nual stockholders’ meeting of the >. nun Hotel Company will lie held at tne office of the Majestic Hotel, Thursday, May .'3, 1917, at II a. m., for the election of a board of direc tors to serve for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may lawfully come before them, HARRY A. .TONKS, Pres. For reliable roof woru call Geo. J. Turk, Rhone 339. t? 37-11 Pasteurized mils ana cream in ate/ illzed bottles delivered In time foi breakfast. The Pasteurized Milk C< Phone 15. 8-11-tf Dr. J. F. Merritt, calls answere day or night. Office phone 411. re tdenoe 426 No. a»0'„ Centra »v«nn Wrinkles Removed Mme. Helene Swift Dermatine Famous Astringent for Relaxed Muscles, Flabbiness, Wrinkles and Deep Lines. Ambro Massage Cream, a real cleanser. A full line of Heline Swift's Toilet Preparations can be had at Par lors. Arkansas National Bank Build ing, Room 401, Hot Springs. Ne/v York Address, 1672 Broadway. Piano*, Victor and Edison Talking Machines, Typewriters and Sewing Machines, at the right prices and on easy terms. Competent men in charge of our re pair department. Phone us your or der today. D. C. RICHARDS Piano Co. *33 CENTRAL AVE. 'PHONE 104. SHEET’S COLON BATH HWN'KiY J. UIKRIWASH, M I)., IH2 Heywortb Bldg., Chicago, saj under date of Jan. 8, i!M7. "Kill 1 y 96 per cent of Gall Stones are earned from the invasion of the Gall B'adder by Bacteria which .have their origin in the Colon." Another doctor writes: “I have been the means of selling at least 500 Internal Baths. I consider your article superior to anything on the market of its nature, and take pleasure in recommending it." One retailer write*: '"Bloa-e enter order for % gross of «. c. IB. Our first -took nearly exhausted. Your window cards pull the customer* Into the store." SWBBTiS OOUJthf BATH l«/| the only Internal Bath on thfa market in which oil can he u#e<i. 'Then a good flushing* Ith y^arra sterilized water leaves ffieVolon in a well-lubricated condition, free from Bacteria. Order todayi throrgh your Jobber or direct, and get your Big profit on each sale. Sweet's Conlon Bath Co. CHICAGO. ILL., U. S. A. = ——- ■ .1:...... ." I -I RIDING HABITS. Por Rent or Sal* HOT SPRINGS RIDING HABIT Co i09 Cottage St. Phone MJ ■-—»:—:—r''»u A I CC0MPTI5WMENT The ability to conduct a mod ern funeral in u fitting man ner is an accomplishment of which wo are justly proud. At all times we strive to carry out the exact wishes of those who employ us. B GROSS AmpV by Geo. H. Brenner. 112 Av*. Phone 29. fhalmer in Attendance.