Newspaper Page Text
new Central Cbeatre PRESENTS i / A1 'A STEWART IN “The More Excellent Way” A ViTAGRAPH BLUE RICEJCN FEATURE IN FIVE IMPRESSIVE PARTS. THE CAST: Chrissey Deselden Anita Stewart John Warburton. Charles Richman Robert Neyland Rudolph Cameron Solonel Tayloe . . Charles A. Stevenson B'lly Alton . Gordon Gray Becky Alton. Josephine Earle Rose . Katharine Lewis BIG “V” COMEDY ON SAME PROGRAM Advanced Prices Today—10 and 20c ANITA STEWART AND CHARLES RICHMAN IN A MASTERFUL VITAGRAPH DRAMA AT NEW CENTRAL TODAY. The New Central Theater today an nounces the lovely VVtagruph ,-nr. Anita Stewart, "ho, with Charles Rich man, appears in the nine Ribbon feature. "The \1 re Excellent Wav" one of the greatest dramas ever tea tured. site declared. • 1 know the puby> must be tired of the regular cabaret scenes and truly this is both different and most attractive Why. I can hardly wait to see tin proof film run 0(17’ This was tli ' way the be! vod Vi a eraph star enrourased *ull wit took par, in the scenes which sh w a fash ion;', h e dinner ;n a room decorated til the Kstypt an stylo. The mummies which mysteriously turn,into beautiful eirls t.ie hi rottly phics on the walls, and a sarcophagus are all shown to lend weirdness and myste y to the at niosphere. In fact, Miss .stewart permitted the use of her rnaeh no in rder hut every quaint shO|i in Kew York mlKht be "So," declared the dainty star. Anita StPwart. "I real y d n’t feel tiia' will do. If we are going to nse the Egyp tian effect in the room let ns have it as authentic ns we can make it Often I find one scene done wrong will spoil an entire picture. Come let’s try once more." In tile fa e of such pleading one could n t f.nd it easy* to refuse, and every energy or the direct r. camera matt, her leading man. Charle- Mich man, and the supporting cast was used to make the scene even more perfect. For hours the little star conferred with the eamera mutt about the light lugs, and she personally supervised the setting of the bannuet table which was used in this scene. The give girls who p ayetl the Egyp tian damsels were made up by her in her own pink and white do ss-.ng room, and although she is not In the scene, Miss Stewart remained until the wee hours * f the morning in order that she might see every fo t of film taken "At la *< we've something original in the way of an exotic social affair,' • un ci and the best possible furnish itiBs t tins Rort obtained. Her deli ght when the final ton It was given to the completed "set' was sufficient reward to tin- men who had lent their effor s toward i s perfe"-1 Hon. The si i" nia> i>e seen today at the (''■ntral theatei in the Vita graph Blue Itiblion feature. "The More lCxee lent i Way." Kitty Gordon Tomorrow in “Forget Me-Not,“ a Brady Special Feature. i Tom trow comes the entrancing ! World star. Miss Kitty Gordon, fa tuon-. everywhere for her great b'-auty in the fascinating drama. ' Forget .Me Not. It promise* to lie a feature t> be remembered and also has one of World's str ngesf easts. On the same program will be a one-reel comedy Dr. T. H Shelton iu«> returned tt> the city and is now located In Citi zens National Bank Building, suite 103-4-5. 2 23 tf Drink Suiuartan 3utt«nnllk fo» I braakfaak 4 11 tt HALL LOST CASE. Supreme Court Upholds the Finding of Circuit Court m This Action. Tessin .1 lies. ,i iiegreis will hid I obtained a verdi I attains .1 II Hal! in the sum of ISdo. and whi* h judy nient had been appealed to the sti preme court, again won yesterday in a decision handed d wn y that I id utiiil. The negrcs char.'(I that the two men. .1. H. and W li Hall, from whom she had purchased the pr-'p erty, had hired Stray" Waddell to burn It, n order th.r they might col Ipct the insurance, The negro woman 1 had defaulted in payment of th house. The jury lit re gave the w man $300 c liipensatory damages and $datt punitive damages. The supreme court held the testimony Aas sufficient to warrant the verdict. SUFFERED FOR FOUR FEARS Tried Many Different Medicines, but Finally Found Relief in Cardui, Writes Texas Lady. Palestine, Texas— Mrs Annie \V> r I of tin's place, writes: "1 suffered four year; with female tfouble. I tried all le nds < i different medicines that was I recommended me, but, nothing gave i tne relief until 1 ti 'ardui "1 suffered with . . . troulde some-1 thing awful. My hack hurl me so had 1 could not turn in the bed . . . 1 was so weak 1 could hardly live, mu li less get around. It 1 tried to get tit) ut and do my \v. rk I would begin to . . . and have fainting spells. . . . 1 go w rse all the time and weaker, too. . . . 'My husband was worried to death and said something must be done, •fust at that time a newsboy was ! passing the house. My hu* >and went lout and bought a paper from him. The ! f rst thing his eyes rested on was tlie Cardui ad. lie immediately went to town and got a bottle . . . By the time I had taken a b ttle and a hu f I could lie ii my feet. . . , When I was on my fourth bottle 1 could do anything 1 wanted to and go any where Krom th.ii day to this I have never had any more trouble. 1 am entirely well." Cardui, the woman's tonic, ha been found to help r< Heve many t' the eon (dtil'ii- arising fr m female weakness Try it, today. At your druggist's. ' ‘PADP^ O HARA" THE * •» eiiURFt'— WILLIAM DESMOND FEATURED IN A SMASHING TRIANGLE DRAMA AT THE PRINCESS. \ g«v, reck ess Irishman, war ■ or respondent for a hig London news paper. is the pari played by William Desmond In "Paddy O'Hara." a Tri a mile pay produced under be super vision of Thomas H lure, which will be shewn at the Princess theater t - day. William Desmond In Triangle Play. “Paddy O’Hara." Wi h irresistible Irish wit and pug tia-cMy he plunges into ilte Balkan af fa rs and proceeds to straighten them out to suit himself and a certain prin cess. Mary Mrtlvor who is eontpeiled to take flight from her father's . a tl - to escape ihe attacking vandaN. "Sure, you can go on my passp rt as Mrs. Paddy O’Hara." surges s tin hlililp Irishman to the hauanty it 1 prin ess The rliaplain of the house insist- that a marriage shall f'rst In peiT rm-sl. and the princess c nsents on the condition that she .e tlivor ! from the vows immediately after reaching safety. Paddy promises o observe the contract But promises <■ nut fo" little in times of love and war. and the little prin. is the on who suggests that tiie i-i.ius.• tie -dr: -k from the marital treaty The grandeur f in nntains and sweep ng valleys di-tin: iishes ihe set ting of this production. Besides the principal . the east in Judes Hobert McKint. .1 .1. Howling and Wa t Whit man Walter Edwards was (lie di re* tor and Chester I .yens the photo Krapher Hobert Brnnton receives credit for the art direction. With this big drama today will In sh wti a cracking Tr angle comedy . Her Finishing Touch." and it i a I'dtUtg finish to the das.tin-., drama that has just been i inpletcd I’ri tlay. ."> and lo rent Tomorrow the Princess offers the si reen's greatest comiuta. Doiml;. Fai. hanks. in the grc.de t Trianei comedy drama ever produced. “Th - Lamb.’’ Everyone concedes that th: is Fairbat ks' greate screen drama, even greater than '.Manhattan Mad ness." ARRIVALS AT HOTEL COMO. !•. Wa*lieiviem, Si. I.o is: \ \V. TV ok. S! l.ouR; IV K. Gordon. F >r; Worth: Ii I. IJllunt. l.itMe Hoot (' W Rood win, Pallas: K. W. lloeson TIorolio: W. Alexander, ScottITiuff Ark.: il. O. (’lark, Atlanta; U< - . It. •Hnrch and w- to Ron • o, X. Y : R. ii Hip.-.r. S' 1 on - f it. ' 1 dinoro, Si. Loti-; Mr and Mr II. W. fryer. Ham!, in g. \rk : K I,. Mad ev Life Rock: S. H Davis. Kansa- City: C R la- per and wi:t\ llevill. \rR.. II. S. Illuokmer. Sadsle.irtc. N C. C. Ii. Kirkland, I a re!. Miss R. C TT'mder. c ncinnat . I'M KntzeroVi. Yew Y». I- : Roc! W. 'keybold Scuiili TT-micI. I d . I.ci rtroeklMUen and w' , Yew York Ii O Veo- ,>a d> Ray Hi ;d ! and c. f Roberta, Mora: A. A. Ranch Mumc-i slirro: .1 T M i.Miirfrce Ii -re I. K. K.ien. it'll more: A c Heed. 'I e ip pills \Y R I * ■ n h v av. He Rd k Mr- Rile l.oe Mcrnphi- K .-v McCarty. Cape Rnra,dieu, Mo Ti Riven. So'illle: Kd ttohwer and wife, Chicago. Mr. and Mr i.. Ii Rreyos, Memphis: \ .1. .Fhiip.-. WiriiVr. Aide • F F C;iwson. \s'lnvood I'eu'i II C I Tow sen. I»e/.tii-eii, \ r k .: Mr Vie a SRifer. oily; F! c. Ftram Ii faint Reach: II R. Stuv, falm Reach. , I! K. Hyan.iAi I o i-. T. w Williams, , Petri t: M <s< hlcnienso i, Yew York d H Mont i'ue, New Orleans: R. II We-ton, ChleaRo: l.ynu Wele'.,-r. Y’w Yor! Mis« Weirder New York. --- NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice i- hereby plw-n that tt, an nual stockholders' meelitic of ihc .■ nue Hotel Company will Ue held al ino office of the Majestic llofpl, Thursday May 1M1-7 al It a ill, for the election of a beard of direc J tors to serve for the ensuin ' year, and for the transaction of such other i bnsinoM as may lawfully come before Ithem HARIIY A, JONES, free, PR NCE55 TODAY A DARE DEVIL WAR CORRESPONDENT IS FEATURED BY THE TRI ANGLE COMPANY TODAY, WHO PUTS THE ZIP AND PEP IN THE EUROPEAN WAR AND CAP Tllr.ES IHE PRINCESS MARYSKA PICHT OUT OF THE CLAWS OF VANDALE IN THIS BIG DRAMA. I WHICH SPARKLES WITH IRISH W T AND IRISH THRILLS FROM FIRST TO LAST, Triangle comedy, “Her Finishing Touch,” on same program, Prices-5 and 15 Cents COMING TOMORROW—DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN HIS GREATEST TRI ANGLE COMEDY DRAMA. “THE LAMB.” ROYAL THEATER Th - a! Feather ph topluy is tie* stor> of a politiea tangle, in which! the I eutt nant-governor of the state is involved in a fight with the rough j element o' the town, in < rder p pro led the rights of the father of 'he cl to lov •- It wa.- written and pro dn eel In William \' Along, who a!.- ' plays one of the important roles. The story develops rapidly from tho first complication, t the crime < f a fanatic, a ho murders the governor in order to bring lc lleutenant-govern r into power. The young man thus raised mj the highest position in the state, then has to decide whetherMo allow | ihe man wh se deed put him there to o* executed, or to pardon him in ac cordanee with a petit ion signed hy thousand- of the m -t prominent eit • iceils of the pace. Also tin funny two part lvKO com ■ *11> The Defective Detective.’' —o — Ait 1 ilatiche Nunnman will from \I-iv fir-t on continue A id I lTTl.l", -tlldi’ i Central avinue. sel'ing a'l kind- r-‘ lad es' fancy work and wdl ml c c uidiei wort to -eil oi comm ston. 4-29-1WK NOTICE. No: ice i hereby given thu sealer I ro i<t-n! for ihe < u.-.tody of elty funds wi I be received by Ibe C‘ty fammis -ion up to s o'clock p m . April 2d. I!i 1T. The bank or trust nipuny pay nthe li'y!)'-'! rate o' HiteMst and offering the liest seen:!) ■ vill lie gl' i n iirc.erence. No bid or a into of in fere . tlian 2 p- r rent 1 pon tl. average dally balance jm • month at ill l-e com itiered. The commission r* servo - tiic right to aject any and aii bids. All l ids -iio'ld he filed with the City fieri I \V. McfLKNDON Mayor 1-1 N-::t OR. WALKER’S OEFJLEB. — Dr. naCosta Warner announces that he has removed his offices to a froni • ■tlte. .trend flimr *n the Kempne’ hit Wiling K evator service 4-16-t* One Dlggets 'toioen np tfta for making iced t;*i This tea is pro cured only from the early flowery pickings, which in this country is found in but fev if the most exclusive stores and tli n at prices varying from $2.iH) to $600 a pound. Price $1.00 a pound. Kor sa . l»y it O. Mor rls Drug Co Rhone 742 fi-10-tf. Rapid free delivery, pnone $45, Pub lie Drug Company. t-J tf r:xpert. KODAK finishing Sorrells Drug CO tf. Dr. J. B. Shaw Dr. E. R. Browning Shaw & Browning RESIDENT PHYSICIANS 1 I Room- 7, 8, 9 end 10 Sumpter Lfctle Building. \ CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT I Phenes— Office. 1983 W; Dr. J. b Shaw, 1983-J; Dr Browning, 1347.\ CU1 THIS COT—IT IS WORTH MONEY. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut Ut this slip . nrlose with '<• ami mail it to Folev & Co., Sheffield Ave, Chicago. HI., writing your name; and address clearly. Von will receive in return a trial pa< kage containing Foley s Hone;, and Tar compound, for cou-hs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney l’ills, for pain in sole and lr.uk, rhenmulism, haekaehe, kidney and bladder ail rnent and Foley C*athnrt r Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for constipation, biliousness headache and sluggish bowels. A. (' Jennings, druggist Williams’Kidney and Liver Pills Have you overworked your nerron* ^yatom aud cauned trouble with your kidneys and livt-r’ Have you palun in loins, wide and back? Have you a flabby appearance of »he face and und**r th** If ho, u->« WILLIAMS' KIDNEY AND LIVFK PILLH. Bor sale by all druggiatH. Price 00 Cent a. WLLIAMS MFC. CO., Props.. Cleveland, Ohlt Scld by Central Drnn Sto re. Hot Spring* Ark. Dr A. W. Berrow OSTEOPATH AND PHYSICIAN. Sumpter Little Bldg., 610 Central Ave Office hours, 9 to 12 and 2 to 5. Ap pointments by day and night. Phones: Office 273, Residence 106. PETE AND JIM Serve Hot Chili Pip ng hot and v.etl. seasoned. The iuoet Ciiill ever served nere. HOT LUNCH OUR SPECIALTY Cal| at Our New Place. >312 Central Ave. Sumpter.tittle Bids NOTICE! Drs. Drennen and Drennen removed from the Thompson building to “Morn ingside, ” corner of Mountain and Ex change st., opposite Fordyce Bath House SICK MAN Don't, leave Hot Springs until jou Investigat, LOPEZ No toed.cine baa aueh proofs of Its marveloug cures. !le con vinced. Send or call for otir frep l*ook let on Mood, Skin and Private diseases. ILOPEZ REMEDY CO. 801 CENTRAL AVE. ROYAL THEATRE TODAY * The Girl and the Crisis A GRIPPING FIVE ACT POLIT ICAL DRAMA OF GRAFT. IN TRIGUE, PLOT AND COUNTER PLOT. The Defective Detective A FUNNY TWO PART L-KO COMEDY. notice: Dr Wlllfr. (| S Nfoss hits tnk.-n nv'r Inf ilfiitnl ft,toiler of Dr If T. CooS poil will rnnllntif, fourth floor, Thom;. non htlllillliR <-IO-1m New Comedy Harry St. Clair Slock Company PRESENTS PAYING THE PRICE IN POUR ACTS; ALSO REGU. LAR PICTURE PROGRAM.