I'.DAY, DECEMBER 8, 1934 kick's New "First Family" latest meloilramotlc mystery thriller, is scllodukil to .open at ,tlie Roxy (htaii-i- TiifSi'sy, Wi'dr.i-s- day and Thursday, with Wary Aslor and nirjmin Cr.tti r ticadins -.11 nil Mar ,-iif.L • Tlie piclim-'. lia.ir.1 on n sloiy Ralph P.Im'k nivl noi-is Mnlloy, .inn.'. llii> bio.iili.iaklng advr-n- lurcs ol n lift/ill of internalloiml je»vl i<ilib/>fs ulio plot in steal r.n nlrntt-it prkr-lrss f.f-t of dlanninds known nn the lOnr-tilnns, ,Thn diamonds are used by socnil service "pi'rativrs us a liar'c to cali'li a ijaiii; of jov,i>! thieves eom- Ijosed of iTiipfiadP. nr>hl?s. beautiful ildVMlllWy;! ADll l/lf-l) Ol SIlCll dftrliid uhd clwnijss that Oiey liavf i.ni.wrdrd in niitv.'ilttn; tlui oflit'ials. The famid Karcninas. the pri/w low of the Cciilhiciit, in tract th« alteiitlnii or rival i»r,njjs v.'how battles wiili each oil.NT and wish officers of tins l-'rnncli Surets result* in told blooded murders, killing", and ilt« wounding of .v-v- cral ollier.s. The thrilling adventures of ;\ cowboy seeking to gain levcmsc an the. mint who killed his father, and his exploiis al'tor joining Uie g'MVS o! nislleis lic«d«l by (lie murderer, are proseiued In "We.st of tlie liivlde," :i Lone Star west!in which come;; lo llm .wren of the lloxy (lu-alev l-Yldny and R:it- John Wayne, who plays tho rolrt of 1'a\ Ilayden. a-eklns! to lind the murderer and also on the .search for his brother who was'separated Iran film at ttic time or life father's death, gives another excelle'il rlumiiHcrlHillon of the liniw.s nl ihn West. VIMI supporting cast inclitdtwVir- Ijlnia Hrnwii Kilie. Lloyd Wlili.- lock, Ocorgo Hayes, Ynkima on- null. Billy O'Brien,. Lafe Mr- Kcc Hlaekli- Whltefonl. Karl nv.'lii mil' Dick Dickinson. EARLY I Only 13 More Mofjping | Days Until Christmas forKiddies for Family l«ico's "first family," General t.n/.aro Curdcnas, liis wife, land son, Cuauhtemoc. General. Cardenas has jii-st been |:ed as president to serve a six-year term, during whldi |ction of the country's economic and educational situation attempted. He succeeded President Abelardo Rodriguez. NEXT WEEK \at Blythetiille's Theatres Battled Jungle Animals, But Gets Shot by Robher CLEVELAND. IUP) -Victorious in battles witli animals in India's jungles, Eugene C. Wright suffered a bullet wound in a gas station Moid-up here, Wright, once an oil v;orker in India's ol! fields, owns a station here. He was shot, in U, e arm and lag when lie attacked a robber' ".lust my luck," )i e said "w get jsliot up in a little gasoline station I IKVCC. got a scratch in the jungle." Wright said he once killed i 35-foot boa constrictor, hcl/jcd Jii's wife kill » tlwr. E KITZ Ahead,"- First Na-j\Vife," starring Sylvia Sidney with ness new comedy' romance, the Ritz Sunday and I with lale. Dick Powell .in tile •.ory*~']£*'ii' .fgiamoroiiS ! ro-' I,hu6 combines" "HilnrtoriJ • w i th melocii'aniatic •to which several cnlchy Innrnbei'S are'added. ' r '\: |inc I'lntehinsoii, fatuous on York and txmdon stage, er boft' on the screen in •lure, playing the lending role opposite Dick Powell. | ness Alieaii" is a sort ot story in .reverse!, al- the path of youiiB love IMI smooDi, ivhlch fur- loth comedy find'-drama. is an unusually • strong I supporting players, which besides lalliday, those mentioned, Allen Jenkins, linnelly, Marjoric Gateson, liordon and Mary Trcen, lonflicl between a daugh- |hcr parents who don't ap- thc man of her choice, a ncv.' and dramatic "Woman in the Dark," lomes to the Ritz Tuesday Jdnesday. "story ol dangerous i'D- Helen Ornnt, the dangli- liie town sheriff, is in love lihn Bradley, who' is on JJter serving a prison term It was Helen liginally got him into (he |at ended in his being sen- Grant, very much averse lighter's interest in Brad- unaware of her part in threatens the es-con- |-adley is postered with Hie girl until the arrival at Isc one night of the mys- 1 Louise Loring, n (never seen but who throws lupon his chivalry.. Bellamy -is excellent Nell O'Day portrays the Helen, and Riy Wray lidid as (he .beautiful IIHS Louise Loiiny. " and Idramalir. slory of revenge I'ivs into Reiiuine love is the I.IIR theme of "lieliold My Gene Raymond and coming Thursday and Friday to the Ritz. The story is concerned with Gcnc;.!;Rayniqml r s attempt to revenge'" himself 'oh *<his' tiUra-arislor.| crat-ic..-family. Driven • lo Mexico,: when his family's British Royalty Shown On New Canadian Bills OTTAWA, ont. (UP)-The likenesses of seven members ol the dians arc portrayed ^ Ncwl°" Canada's nciv^papcr ciirreiicy, to mcd-} fbe ™"<** sh ° rtl J' "y the newly- dling forces his sweetheart lo suicide, he. Ls wonndf-d and nursed back lo health "by Sylvia Sidney. She falls in love with her patient, and he prevails upon her lo him fam- many him nnd accompany back home, visualising his ily's horror wlisn they meet her. lie iK-'tr&ys. his real purpose to her: and tolls .her lliat he does nol love tier. Broken henrted and desperate, she runs away with another man. With her disappearance Raymond, realises-.that he 'really loves her. Urged by Ills family, who have hud a change of heait, he follow.? her lo Hie oler man only to home of tlie discover that lie has been killed and that, she has confessed lo his murder. In a dramatic and surprising climax, Miss Sidney is cleared r>i the charge of murder; she and Raymond admit their love to each other and go free for a happy life together. [formed Dank of Canada. The royal family likenesses |»r- trayed on • the new bills are King | Queen Mary, prince ol' Wales. Princess Mary, Princess EllialK-lh;- Duke of York :iml Duke of Gloucester. On the reverse arc l>°i.l m yed allegorical Hgures sym- gvtcullnrt, trnnsprtvl'i- 'Amateur Killer' And His Victim An unusual screen treat is in store at the Ritz tlie.ilcr in "Men of the Night," the Columbia film \vliich plays Saturday. "Men of the Night" concerns the experiences of u young, movie- struck girl in the filin..city, who by the stress of .circumstances, is forced into an embarrassing complicity with a gang of jewel thieves. The interest is heightened when a two-fisted, young rictcc- live takes a liking to the girl, but Is led lo believe that his nflec- tion Is being used by her to betray him lo the criminals. Bruce Cabot and Judith Allen, two of the more popular screen players, register convincing portrayals as the officer and the sus- ectcd accomplice. The balance of (he strong cust, Including Charles SiiWn, Word Bond, Arthur Kankin, Matthew Bctz and Mniclal Turner, prove more Hian ndoijtiitc lo their roles. lie coxy love rebellions against im- Imarriage tics are Import- llors in the current RKO- Itiyslery drama, "Dangerous I' coming lo the Roxy thea- Iday and Monday, •story revolves around a I' four partners in the pub- Ibusincss, a beautiful woman la trusted employee ol the li authoress and the wives I of the partners. Deeper !c common business and sol> 01 the group are unstis- love angles revealed only ne strange death of one of the firm, and the siul- •owning of another, more Sjesr after that death, lo h "'f, on'V half-truths lold by those concerned Itands the whole trutb ana gels It In a surprising way. finding that he, too, Is in Hie ring of guilty. Ths wife of Robert Clmfletd had had secret meetings with his brother, while the book reader secretly adored the same Robsrt Ciiatfild wliile openly keeping company with Charles Slanton, a bachelor In the firm, who wa.« protecting the gambling losses of anolhcr of the wives. Involved as are the hidden alliances In the daily lives of this Group, their mistakes yet arc worked out In the plot, and are somewhat atoned for. Virginia Bruce, Melvyn Douglas. Conrad Nagcl, and Ian Keith head tlie cast. "1 Am .1 Thief," Warner Dros. Tlio son of a federal district judge ond the son o( a prominent phyaician were principals in n stranso murder wliicli i.i expected to reveal amateur dabbling in crime and racketeering in Tulsa, Oldfi. Phillip )<<,„- natner, lop photo, was surrendered by |,| 3 heart-broken father, Judge Franklin E. Keu- iiamer, as a confessed killer ot John Gorrell, 2.?, below. Kennamer said he shot Gorrell during a seufJlo over amateur attempts to conduct slot-machlno chains, gambling, »aa eitortion plot*, for Her Wnlniif-Ofdfcr Chests V.oanlifii) walnut finish Cedar Chests, single or double deck style...A gift thai any woman will appreciate...AH moderately prteed. ItlJliDARD PURN1TURK CO. Siicli filfl.s us compacts, wntch- e.s, I'lN^s, necklaces, weekend bags, purses and other gifts can be found at Pat O'Bryanl, Jeweler * * + LOVELY GIFTS OP PERMANENCE. ..\VATC?1ES, DIAMONDS. NOVELTIES. LEATHER GOODS, PEN AND PENCIL SETS... STERLING AND PLATED SILVERWARE. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE If- 1 YOU WANT, TO (JIVE SOMETHING REAL PERFECT Make il Daniel Green Iloiray Slippers Cor Her or for Him BQOTERY ;Good Shoes and Hosiery * * + LADIES LRATHRR. .IACKRTR 7.ipper sl.yle, lleht. or dark Drri«ii, $10. New Mend Clolliing Co, ' + * * / ttp.ir S.inta: We know lols of llltle girls and big onr-.t who wanl n immanent for Christmas. . How about it? MARGARET DEEN BEAUTY SHOPI'K * * * ' OIPTS SHE'LL 'ADORE Atoml/ers. Perfume sets, Bridge Cards, Compact*, Pangburn's Candies. Honbiganl and Coty's Perfume Sets, Heating Pads and other acceptable gifts. BELL'S PHARMACY * * + BEAUTYY BRINGS HAPPINESS If you really want/ to in'nke her happy tills Christmas include In your- gifts one of onr permanent waves. GRACE ELANORE SHOPPE GfVE SOMETHING PERSONAL Satin and Crepe Negligees... Velvet ami Corduroy Robes... Corduroy and Crepe Pajamas ...Satin and Crepe Undies THE FAMOUS Joe Applebaiim LOW-BOY MAKER Bakes golden brown waffles exactly to your taste. Hent indicator tells when to ponr tetter. Patented expansion hinge allows batter to raise Beautifully finished. In cliron- ium plate - - $5.95. HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. SILK HOSE, ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE apt-daily ff it's the new sheer-clear Allen A. . . 75c to $1.35. . . also Ladles House Slippers at popular prices. At the New York Store FLOYD A. WHITE - A fresh slock of •JACOBS CANDIES PARKKURST CO. Fresh . fragrant FLOWKHS- the most upproiirlalc tiifl. Thoy never olfcnil old or ymmg. 1V(egra|iltMl anywhere. HKA'TOS'S IIOMK OP Ft.OWEH.S The Gift Supreme The modern servant thai banishes kltelien drudgery. ..the new Hotpolut, Range svltli hl- s|Kcd calrod unit.'?... sold on convenient terms if desired. Several models to select from. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. "At Your Service" VISIT OUIl TOYLAND ltf slock of new toys of all kinds at PARKIIUliST'S' TOYLAND NOW QPF.N Mothers und KiUhcrs, us well as chlldicn wl'll enjoy a visit to our complete Toy Department. .1. (i. PKNNEY CO. A COMPLETK TOY OEPAR'I'- MKNT— for all ii|;es. E\'Cry- Ihlng motlcralely priced. OBERST STORE CO. Wandbogs for Aimiic! Handbags for Mother! Handbags for the Little Woman! Little evening delights too, in metals and sequins, and brocades, thai will bring lasting pleasure. Kvery feminine name on your list ,'ean ,.Ik:..checked, with -n smart Handbag from the NFAV YORK STORE H'o nave WliAt Tliey Want! Skates, Tricycles, Scooters, Bicycles, Coaster Wagons, Buddy Blkc.s, .22 Rifles IStevens, HainlUon and Springfield), Pocket Knives, Flashlights, Watches, Hunting Knlvts, Buck Jones Air Rifles mid Scout Knives and Axes, including carrier. Bvirke Hardware Co. ';Wc SpJI .for Less" Visit our toyland. We speclal- lin In dolls' and toys of nil lilhds. LOW •• PRICES. I. RO^KNTHAL, INC, TOVLAND IS OPKN . Dols, Teddy Bcare, Trucks, Popguns, Atriilnnos, Fire Engines. Tool Chests, '• Game::, Chemical Sets. Piiuje.s, Play Houses, Doll DLilics, Sewing' Sets,- Tricycles, Wagons, Doll Buggies, Tables and Clinlrs, Story Books, Christmas Candles and oilier Interesting Toys. 'BEN FRANKLIN STORE' (Toylnnd I Door East) ' + *••>• for Him He Needs Cloves and we hnye.n large selection of Kid-skins and Imitation Pigskin at 08c, $1.49 and $1.!)8... Lined or Unllned. ,!. C. PENNEY CO. * + + Sports Equipment Golf Clubs, Bags and Dulls... dims of every description... Exercising equipment of all kinds... Hunting clothes and accessories... All Moderately Priced! HUBfiAHO HARDWARE CO. * * * LOUNGING ROBES Black (Int. crepe with contrasting trims, S10. New Mead Clothing Co. PAT O'BRYANT, Jeweler, suggests bill folds, fountain pens. pencils, rings, fitted zipper sets, cigarette cases, lighters, watches, chains and bands. * + + At Hayn.es' Men's Shop can be found gifts for Hie man from 2Sc up. Ufay we suggest handkerchiefs, ties, pajamas, shirts, scarfs, loimgliij* robes, hats, belts ond buekles? Hce our stock before niaklns yonr selecllon. * + + PURB SILK PAJAMAS All colors, plain models $5. [xjunglng styles $6, SO. New Mead Clothing Co. Tor Him We SnjRest A Pipe, Cigars, Shaving Set or Shaeflcr Fountain Pen. BELL'S PHARMACY A Comfortable Chair for Dad) Only lllll'tecn ITIOVC How he'd love a comfortable chair all his own...You'll find all styles, sizes and prices In our complete stock. HUHUARD FURNITURE CO. HURRY! HURRYI Might now we have almost every kind of a Bicycle, Tricycle and Wagon, but we advise immediate selection as replacements are hard to get iliis year. HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. Every child Needs One of course. It's the new I. E. S, Study Lamp—"tic lie r light means belter sight"—Floor and Table Models. Buy From Your Dealer or ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. "AI Your Service" * * + POR BOYS AND GIRLS Bicycles. Wagons. Desks, Doll Cabs, Dolls, Toys of all kinds. KtrklmlaH's Sc A lOc Slnre Bicycle Tiros, Horns, Saddles, Baskets, Handle Grljis, Spokes. Wheels, Rims. Brake ParU;, Repairiiiff. CARNEY'S SHOP, 113 S. First, Phone C43. ping clays until Christmas. HHALIST10 I'l.OWMRR-cor- s;H!es, viuios and |>otted plums. Call 428-J. MH8. OKO. W. ))AR)fAM HHOP l^ARLYI Ymi will lie pleased with our selection of ladles', men's, und children's clothing and gift goods, Rca- .•anably priced. I. ROSKNTHAIi, INC). A'lTENTION MEN! A smaH cdsh iiayment. will ulv your wife the perfect ullt A HOME, Sec our listings, Thomas Land Co. THE IDEAL GIFT A theatre Coupon book for the family or friends, 52.150 «nd $r>. Good Any r hino^ Rit'/, nn<\ 'Roxy: Theaters' + * * ELECTRIC percolators, toasters, heating pads; lumps, vac- ulntors, s\veepen>, t walfle iroiis, POPULAR PRICES. WALPOLK EIJ!CTRIC SHOP + * * See our maminolh stock of Quality Gifts. Largest and most complete In Nortli- .cnst Arkansas. "Everything yoil wanl," i .••'•. PARKHUfiST CO. A TIlltll.l.INC CUT —one lhaf .will Wlnj! many hours of happlneM and pleasure—a new HODGE,. PLYMOUTH, ov ClIHYSLKR . . . Americu'.i incvil jinuillful ifnrs. Barnctt Aulo Sales I'lioiM" (inn Crystal ware—dishes .— - silver ware— l(ini|is-to nnikc Uw "Jloino Beautiful." P;U O'Bryanl, Jeweler America's Plncsl Gift! KnrpL-n Living Room Furniture ...Made to endure throughout Die ugra... Single pieces or ' complete 1 sillies. minium) FURNITURE co Have your KURNITUUB upholstered & repaired for a perfect Clnlslmrm gift. BPKOIAIi PRICKS. .1. W, .1ENKINB A: BON ll/J'8, H. ri.— Plioiw 133 SMOKERS CEDAR CHESTS LAMPS LOUNGE CHAIRS TABLES SECIIETARYS CllAIRS MAC1A21NB RACKS ROCKF.FIS CHILD'S ROCKEEa HUGS TAYLOM TOTS DESKS MATTOESSE8 MIRRORS And - nmiiy other Items. CJIfAltl.KS H. LEMONS Household Purnltn'ro Modciftlcly I'rlccd 1 DEEP KNAP BLANKETS inxSO Deep Knai> Double Blun- kets In n wide .selection of lic-aiitlful plaids. SO ,)«r cenl wool - - Hob J. 0. PRNNEY CO. Tintllos nntl Muslciil Inslviiments CO. for Home HOLIDAY SPECIAL $7.50 Guitars $5.05 PARKHURST CO. + + * Cut [lowers or blooming plants give Xmt>s cheer In I lie home. Place your order early. HEATON'S HOMB OP FLOWERS ALL SIZES Xmas Tree ON STANDS. Special prices. Place orders early. 212 W. Davis. Call C70-J. Constant Enjoyment for tlie entire family with Hotpoint Automatic Electric Water Healer In the home. ..let IK give you the details. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. "At. Your Service" Gifts oj Permanence A Wcstltiglioiisc ELECTRIC Range or RADIO would be n perfect gift. Walpole Electric Shop . + * "+ The perfect gift. One BxlO tinted in oil and three 4x5 iior- trrlts— $5. ' Belt'p Art Studio + * * Permanent wreaths for the cemetery. Remember departed loved ones at Xmas. HEATON'S IIOilE Ol' FLOWERS Remember—Only thivteen move shopping days between now and Christmas.
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