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Royal Theatre I The Other Woman ONE OF THE GREATEST AND MOST THRILLING SOCIETY FEATURES IN FIVE REELS THE CELEBRATED GOLD ROOSTER COMPANY HAS EVER SENT INTO THIS CITY. FEATURING PRETTY Emmily Wheelin DON’T OVERLOOK THIS TOUCH OF “HIGH LIFE.’’ M The Flirt Hi One Single Reel Comedy W'th Many a Good Laugh Coming I PEARL WHITE I In The Fatal Ring Hj Wednesday—Another Great War Picture, The Retreat of the Germans’’ Tuberculosis, Asthma and Bronchitis SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. Come pnd Investigate. 370 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. I Telephone! I YourOrders^ / Central Drue: Store 608 CENTRAL AVENUE. I I Pianos, Victor ar.d Edison Talking Machines, Typewriters and Sewing Machines, at the right prices and • n easy terms. Competent men In chc'ge of our re pair department. Hnor.e us your or der today. D. C. RICHARDS Piano Co. *33 CENTRAL AVE PHONE 104 ■Ctrl. —ret ED. 8. MOONEY TRANSFER CO. Hare just oonip,eiea t7iei: uig con erete warehouse, which is now open (or business *f£ 8TOR* evisvTMlNQ 'Wles >4* Valiev S\ *>hon« 1/7* STORAGE When yon warn io store n'>;senol< goods, or crate, pack or snip frimiturt MURRAY TRANSFER CO We have the oni> nreproot war« house In the city Wu-ehouee cor. ■traded with separate apartments to jcmi furniture. f «M a* H fin i- • «TRl n CONCRETE, FIRE PROOF STORAGE WARE HOUSI ■ UILT WITH A SPECIAL VIEW TO GIVE PROTECTION 15,000 SQUARE FEET FLOOR SPACE. We store everything—Furniture, Cot ton, all kinds of goods, at very reasonable prices. R. MURRAY TRANSFER CO PHONES %Z AND 48 CLOVERDALE DAIRY. Sanitation my hobby. Special attention paid to milk for babies and patient* requiring milk diet. Phone 95C8--F1-3. Home of Silaje Milk. F. M. Ridgway. 12 28-tf Hot lunches served by ihe ladie* of the First Baptist church Frida and Saturday in the building formerly occupied tty Glass Ghille, pie and cofee. 2 -1 - - I t -1> ARRIVALS AT HOTEL COMO. J. 1 Sielriwinder, Memphis; Chas W. Simpson, Memphis; F .1 Brady and wife. New York City J M Utt nian, Pres cot; 1* Finn. Missis sipp ; \V. W. Christian, Murfreesboro A L. Doges and wife. New York City; W. H. llrice, New Orleans: J. A. Mcljiughfcon, New York; J. M. Lit tle and family. YVilliston; C. S Steed *and wife, 'Montgomery. Ala J. H. Neece, Nashville. Ark . W. .1 Rich ards. Tennessee; T I! Jacobs. Little Ho<k: Pine Bluff Basketball Team, P ne Bluff: W K. Moorman, Little Rock; M : Mosltn, New York; L. C. , Turmoil and wife. Oklahoma; I. A. | Poller, New Yark: W. f). Wendell, Ft. Gaines. “HFLPFD ME RIGHT AWAY” Kentucky Lady Says Two Bottles of Cardui Surprised Her by Acting So Quickly. It:-lief. K> Mrs. Sarah M Will, of tills place, writes: “I can t pruis" Cardui too much, for it is a wonderful medicine for women. Kig.it years ago, I began to feel not quite so well as usual .1 was not able :o do anything. It seemed like 1 was dwindling away, and kept getting more puny every day. I was weak and pale and could not stand on ray feet long 1 had no doctor hut I knew by my feelings that 1 had wom anly weakness. After I decided to try Cardui. I bought one bottle. It seemed as if the very first few doses began to help me. I was surprised that anything could • egin to act so quickly. But It helped me right away. I know it did because 1 began Immediately to get strong. After 1 finished that first bottle, J bough? another When I had finished that second bottle, I was all right I did not need a third bottle I kept right on getting stronger until 1 war as strong as ever, and I have kept ro. . . .Now ] am as well and as strong and as able to do my work as I ever was In my life" Try Cardui today. IMAXINE ELLIOTT, | ACIKESS SUPREME LOVELY STAR HAS ROLE OF GREAT POWER IN “FIGHT ING ODDS." For the many thousand admirers oi Maxine Elliott there are some keen surprises in store in the film debut oi the noted beauty in the Cloldwyn pro duction of “Fighting Odds,” by Hoi Cooper Megrue and Irvin S. Cobb, which is shown again today at the New Cental theatre In connection with the Pnthe Weekly and a big V comedy. Wfy-n Croldwyn signed .Maxine El liott and won her over to motion pic tures from the war relief work sin had been conducting in Europe, there was at once much speculation as to the kind of photoplays and roles that would be provided for It was won dered whether she would appear in light drawing room comedies, in parts that called more upon her dramatic power, or if she would be cast chiefly to feature her wonderful beauty. "Fighting Odds" is the answer I tiOldwyn gives to all these specula . lions. It will be seen in this photo (immn that the noted beauty does not serve for the sake of beauty alone, but has the mos powerful dramatic role she has ever attempted, one that calls upon her emotional powers more I than anything she has ever done. At ! the same time she lias never appeared more beautiful than as the wife of a I millionaire manufacturer. 1 The ease and rapidity with which I Maxieo Eliott adapted herself to the I silent drama amazed even her direc tor. Allan Dwan. Her presence and grace before the camera will no doubt be a revelation to those wtio have known her for her stage successes. Todny will be the last time to see his famous beauty In her first Uold wyn picture Carlyle Blackwell, June Eividge, Rose Tapley and Arthur Ashley To morrow. “The Deautiful Mrs. Reynolds” is the title of tomorrow's program at the New Central, with a big cast of film favorites in a drama of the revolu tionary times based upon the famous Hamilton-Burr duel. June Eividge, 'vwr Aiumr .isuiey, i anyie Blackwell, Evelyn Greeley and many of World’s most famous stars are seen In this magnificent play. A two-reel O. Henry story will also be a part of Wednesday’s program » HOME SERVICE SECTION AT WORK The Home Service. Committee of the local chapter of the Red Cross had opened un office at the Como Trust company through the courtesy ff the officials of that bank, and one mem ber if that committee will be found at that office every afternoon from i ■ 30 to 3:30. This conrm ttee is at the service of the families of men who are serving either in the army or in the navy, and is prepared to glvt advice or assistance in any way t can. Such families are urge.d to ava l themselves freely of the ervi'is o! the Home Service Sect .ion. and either to call on the committee at the Como Trust company or communicate wit ‘ts ebers whenever they are irt need of any help whatsoever. -o-— SPEAKER IS COMING. Major Henry D. Jump of Medical Re serve Corps to Speak Here Thursday. Major Henry I). Jump, of the Medical Reserve Corps of Washing ton. w ill be here Thursday night and make an address at the high school auditorium, which will be oi imrthn lar interest to the medical ptofess'cn and their families, and to which Hu public is also cordially in vited. There ■will be other speakers on the pro gram also, more of which w ll In* an nounced later. Iir. W. If. Hickson announces that he treats eczema, blood and an luiiu of skin diseases, by a method that i» simply wonderful Also diseases ol the rectum and cures piles without the use of the knife. Twenty years in Hot Springs, Ark. Citizen's Na-j tional Bank Building 4-4-IS I JIMMIE ROUGES KRINfiS LIVELY MUSICAL SHOW ‘PRETTY BABY" PLEASES LARGE AUDITORIUM CROWD OPEN ING OF THREE NIGHT ENGAGEMENT. Jimmy Hodges, one of the popular favorites in Light musical comedy brought a lively jingling show to ttic city last night and introduced Ur membership t > a large audience at the Auditorium theatre. The perform ance will be repeated tonight, and to morrow night. The title of the musi cal comedy is "Pretty Baity," but that is not really important to the enter tainment, for i is a jumble of singing and dancing numbers, some good voices, some clever comedy, and Jimmy himself very busy with its inimicable comedy through it all. Ollie Trodge$ sang-some numbers that were happily received, and particularly did he make a hit in “Don’t Steal the Sweetheart of a Soldier." The clos ing tableaux of th efirst act was a patriotic sketch which made a great hit with the audience. In the second act. a -cabaret scene on a New York roof garden, some clever vaudeville numers were presented. Joe McGee n lack face, entertained with sc^me clever stuff from dark town in mono Htgue ana sterling ana w right pre sell :wl a clever lance nurner. AT THE GRAND. “The Hills of Arkansas" made an other record for the Manhattans at the Grand last night n point Of at tendance in spite of the fact that the company had i laved it only six weeks ago. The old pity, like old wine, seems >o improve with age. and the audience laughed and cried more than ever at the trials and tribulations o. the old Arkansas “Hill Billy" Elbert Rogers, as portrayed by Arthur Blackaller. He carried his a.dlence from the beginning and twice during tbe performance was rendered an ovation for his meritorious work. Sev oral other members were rceived with applause, and the whole it was a wonderful performance. ‘‘Mixed Pickles'’ will follow t'or the last halfot tne week, the costuming having ar rived today. A special production of scenery s being painted for it and the management forecas s the great est laughing festival >f the seoson Matinees are given every Wednes lay and Saturday at 10 cents EASTMAN KODAKS AT THE MORRIS DRUG CO. Following the announcement tha we had reopened our Kodak Depart ment we wish further to announce that we have secured the Kastman Kodak agency and will carry a full ino ol alt their products, including films, kodaks, velox paper, etc. Out Kodak finishing department is In charge of Mr .Joe M Sejhar, who is well known to all amateur pho tographers He will give his personal attention to this work and will guar antee that all work turned out can not be excelled. ---o Was Feeling All Run Down, Symptoms of on-coming kidney trouble deserve prom*, attention, for neglect invites serious illness, Jjoub: Buckner, Somerset, Va. writes: “I was feeling all run down: tired, with pains in my back. After taking Eoley Kidney l*ills I felt like a new man.” Backache. rheumatic pains, stiff joints, sore muscles, swollen ankles, puffiness under eyes, and sleep-dis turbing bladder ailments yield quick ly to this time-tried remedy. A boon to middle-aged men and women—A C. Jennings. -o The Eastman Kodak Department of Sorrels Drug Company established (or so many, years is now the largest in the. .South. I.e,t ur professional pho ‘ogrnpher® he your “Treble .Men" and rive hdpful criticisms and instruc tions Prompt service. 1 - 2(5 - tf -o-. Dr. B W. Breedlove ua* retume to the city and cat he found at hi offices on the third floor of tn« Ai Kansas Nations' Bank building Ml tf ImmSi --: . - . . •' BIG GIRL SCENE IN ‘■PRETTY BABY” AT THE AUDITORIUM. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT. THEIR OWN AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA •A HAWAIIAN SINGERS ARE A GREAT ATTRACTION Big Crowds at the Princess Heard These Wonderfuul Musicians Yesterday. The big crowds that heard the Hawaiian Singers at the Princess the ater yesterday, pronounced them one of tue finest entertainment attractions ever heard iri the city. There are-six pelple in ills wonder ful company. They sing the r native songs, and the'r veices blend like bell metal in the wierd and beautiful songs of the people of the Pacific Islands. I heir singing numbers were espe cially liked by all and everyone praised this splendid program. The fHamaiiana also play the novel musical instruments of their home land and each one is a finished in strumentalist as well as a vocalist. They appear at both afternoon and evening performances all this week, once at matinee in the afternoon, and twice during the evening. As an ad ded attraction they are finest, thing that has ever been booked by a pic ture theater in Hot Springs. They are here all this week so don't fail to hear them. "Empty Pockets,” the famous pic ture story by Rupert Hughes, which was to have been shbwn yesterday, faded to arrive in time to be shown, but it is expected to be here today, and it will be shown both afternoon and evening. ITferbert BrenOn's presentation of “.Empty Pocfltets," Rupert Hughes best seller, is a mystery story of New York's slums and palaces. As in the novel, Mr. Ilrenon in troduces too mysterious strands o. hair "from some copper-haired woman" right at the start of the film and keeps everybody guessing which of five copper-haired beauties com mitted the murder until he relieves the suspense near the finish of the film, at is a masterly piece of "sus pended interest” handling. The ladies involved move in widely separated social circles: Muriel Schuyler (Barbara Castlet'm), a banker's daughter; Maryla Sokalska (Ketty Galanta). a Jewish sweat siios worker; Red Ida Ganley (Susan Wllla), pickiiocket and wife of an east side gunman; Pet Bettany (Peggy Betts), who lives by her wits and Aphra Staler, who cries money out cu men's pocketbooks. Melcomn Williams, who as Perry Merithew "plays dead" during the en tire story, declares he can no longer pass a red-headed girl on the street without thinking of—not a white horse—but (whether site was (he girl who did him to death in ‘ Empty Pockets " It must (be awful to be haunted by such a through in a town Cull of chartning copper hatred dam sels. Tho prices for thin week at th Princess are, 10 and 25 cents, with war tax included. -,-o THE HEN THAT LAYS is the hen that pays. If she does not lay. kill her, but before you kill her give her B A. Thomas’ Poultry ftetuedy twice a day for a week, and then you will not kill her for sh" will be paying you a profit. It not only makes hens lay but it is a rein * s /s - t . Tt u <1 G a n cut i vj i ' uun * «*, i. Wie guarantee it to cure or we re fund your money. "For Sale by All Good Dealers," 01 write the Old Kentucky Mauu actur Ing Companv, inc., Paducah, Ky. —.-o—~ — Wade's Sanitarium (for colored peoplel. Terms reasonable. Uulphe and Malvern. Tel. 132. 2-5-t' Croup at M'dnight; Well in Morning. "A few nights ago one of ray patrem had a small child taken with croup about midnight," writes M. T. Davis, Bearsville, W. Va„ ‘They canto to ray store and got a bottle of Foley s Honey and Tar. Before morning the child was entirely recovered. The father’s name is <3. <3. Graven” Isn’t It unwise to experiment with unknown cough medicines when you can get the genuine Fcley’a Honey and Tar? Best for coughs, colds, croup and la grippe.—A. (3. .Jennings. -——— 0-—— II it's good coffee with pure '’ream and the hest creamery butter you are looking for. you ill find it a Frisby’s. 12-28 -t» ..-o-» Alrar.ip Delivery Service—Pfcom your drug wanta to Brey A Chllcutt phone 645. (Formerly Public Drug Co.) 11-3-P Our cofece is not famous, but we are trying to maso it *o Como Ceffoe Snnm. 12-2-tf Try Henry’a Shin* Parlor, 113 Couri St. Flrst-clas* work. 10-24-t' -o RIDING HABITS. Por Rent or S«le. HOT SPRINGS RIDING HABIT CO 209 Cottage 8t. t». Phone 503. _ REGISTRATION OF ALIENS HAS BEGUI ALL ENEMY ALIENS MUST REG ISTER WITH C TY MANAGER OR CHIEF OF POLICE. Every alien enemy in this count must register netween this date an the 10th of February, the regia ratio to he made ‘before tbe chief of polic o cities nearest wh ch they residf Here the registrai loti was opened yes terday in the offb e t the city man ager The government makes thi order necessary, and it must be ob served or penalties will be applied. Persons required to reg ster shoul understand tuat in so dong thy ar giving prool of their pear etui dispo sitlons and of their intention't > con form to the laws of the United S’ate? Every registrant should read care fully ahe form of registration a.fi dg\it handed to him and ask th registration officer for explanation 01 cl! po'nts not clear to hint before at tempting to fill out the blanks, Keg istration officers tire instructed t give registrants all possible abl i the may f explanation and advice Eat h reglstrana is required to fur nish four unmounted photographs ( himself, not larger than : by :: incite ■in si in. on thn paper, with ligli ■background Ail lout photograph should he signed by the registrar across the face of the ^holograph so as not to obscure the features, the applicant is able to write NOTICE TO ALL OWNERS OF DOGS All dogs must be securely muzzled (at once when at large or on the streets attached to a leash. Officers are instructed to see that •his order is rigidly enforced and are . ordered to kill on sight any dog not so protected. tty order of Hoard of Health. (’HAS H WEAVER, City Manager y 1-25-2W Try Sentinel-Record Want Arts ... ....... AUDITORIUM Three Nightt, Commencing MONDAY, FEB. 4th 1 IS’EVIEWS i FOLLIEb ' FROLICS! L:'. Jiaam ic Hodges v T*t 3 *w VS'CAl c &**t O* S*/€Ct%t 9 ORETTY > i-o I MNUd ■***? 1 H» *<*•»■, )W-\ I MIMt f «C»« , * LAR«5E | CHORUS \0f * EK^VISlTf YOUTH **0 SCAUTY '4 ***#» •**» •*•-.. *• .. «■ - *^r *$« ' , •, niH*' • CUKKt WOWf »«tS<A<W 1 - . .- I, - | Prices 25-50-75-$1.00. 1 I Seat Sale Schneck's. ■ J L -- - ■■ _^1 .J1L. ~S= »rr ~ ==» I New Central Theatre Today I MAXINE ELLIOTT FIGHTING ODDS I THE FIRST SCREEN APPEARANCE OF A NOTED BEAUTY IH I The Pathe Weekly I I 5,000 American Troops Arrive in France;—Uncle Sam Again in fifi Action on Mexican Border—Immense Shipbuilding Plant Burns. ^B 1 Big '‘V" Comedy I Ea Tomorrow:—Carlyle Blackwell as Alexander Hamilton in Great ■ Patriotic Drama of Revolutionary Times HR