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AMERICA’S FINEST BATH HOUSE
“ THE MAURICE ” IN VENTILATION, SANITATION AND HYGIENIC APPOINTMENTS. ABSOLV , TELY PERFECT Public Stenographer, Electro Massage, Nauheim Baths, Hair Dressing, Manicuring racial Message and chiropody Departments in charge of competent white operators. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX> “All the Name Implies'' Palace Bath House John F. Mvnier, Manager. 50 Private Dressing Room*. 20 Private Rooms With Couch. 8 Large Cooling Rooms. Dig Gymnasium. Marble Vapor and Shower Hath Room*. Turkish Hot Room. Electro Massage. Including Attendant 21 Baths $10 Horse Shoe Bath House YVVVVVVWW/W On Hot Springs Reservation 21 BATHS $9.00 Including Attendant Fee* ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUM PRICED HOUSES IN CITY. Rd S. Weaver : Manager © © © © i to *.» \i Gymnasium, Reading and Private Dressing Rooms. Lamar Bath House § "THE t ARGEST AND BEST VENTILATED HOUSE IN THE CITY § ELECTRIC AND ALL KIND OF BATHS, MASSAGE AND SWEDISH to% MOVEMENTS. BATH HOUSE ROW—NEXT TO OFFICE OF SUPT. RESERVATION. % ioi < X ;Ha!e Bath House ; |T y < On Famous Old Hale Site. >< * SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SANITATION, VENTILATION * AND CLEANLINESS. X BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. X * 21 BATHS. $10.00, INCLUDING ATTENDANTS’ FEES. X K ROOTS & EASTMAN, Proprietors. R. JOYCE, Manager X X X >XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Imperial Porcelain Tubs, Electric Massage. On Govern ment Reservation, Private Dressing Rooms ..Magnesia Bath House.. 21 Baths $lo,oo (Including Attendant Fees) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. Steam Heat, Gymnasium. Needle and Shower Baths xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ROOM AND BATHE AT THE Heui Hot Springs Bath House G. M. SMITH, Manager. x x X X X X X X X X X X X OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN ST. * XXX fteeley The only Genuine Keclcj) Initilutc in yTr^an*-' ure 702 Park Avenue, HOT SPRINGS, ARK. Por LIQUOR and DRUG USING. Our patient* have the MrivantAg* of the Hot Spring* hath* Correspond! nco eoa fldcntial. INVESTIGATION SOLICITED Telephone 225. OR. J. C. WHITACRE, MANAGER. •■MHHMmniiHiniiiHniiHinnninj THREE DAY DRINK REMEDY Drinking men miss opportunities every Pay. Oet rid of the habit. DR. PACE’S SAN1TORIUM Phone 1296. 432 Spring Street. Office Phone 816 THE DRUG HABIT RELIEVED IN 7 DAYS No Gradual Reduction. No Pain. No Hypodermics. Terms Reasonable. C.. W. PACE, M.D., Medical Director. OFF1CK 829 1-2 CENTRA I, AV. MimHimnRHHUNMNHHNHNHININ f The New Perfection Blue Flame Oil Stove Manufacture* its own gas. The most perfect and most economical stove on the market Before buying another kind, see your dealer, or phone 224. BURNS EUPION OIL Waters Pierce Oil Co. 4 AIRDOME Tonight And the Rest of the Week. Interstate Western Association VAUDEVILLE BARTELLI & MURPHY, The Famous Acrobats. CHAS. SANDERS, Monologtiist. FARLY & BUTLER. Singing and Talking. The Famous BONSETTI TROUPE, Sensational Novelty. —MOTION PICTURES— Complete Change of Program MONDAY. 2-SHOWS EACH NIGHT-2 Prices - • 10c, 20c, 30c. Seats on Sale Dally at Kempner'a Telephone 621. UlhittingtoD ! t) n tr 1/ THE PE0Plrs j r C| F K PLAY ground 1 f Dancing Every Evening 8:30 to II Admission 25c Per Couple Free Vaudeville -AND Moving Pictures Free Band Concerts xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx® xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx® A Disgrace To qo through life like a deformed being when the culture of dancing overcomes ‘ these defects, lends grace to one’s carriage and com mands an erect, quick step. Dancing taught every afternoon and evening from 2 to 4. Walti, two-step, reverse guaranteed In six lessons. Private lessons by ap pointment. Efficient lady assist ants. Dances: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. THE METZ Dancing Academy At the Bijou Rink Visitors are cordially Invited to visit the school. PHONE 481 •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: I__ Arlington Drug Store Eisele and Hunt Props. 315 Central Ave. Opposite Arlington Hotel MRS. REES Modiste Flrts Class Work Done. Orly First Class Work Solicited. SHOP CLOSED ON SATURDAY 1115 Central Ave. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx* •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx# X X * Amusements * X X •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx# AT THE PRINCESS. Summer is here and summer com fort and amusements are in order. The Princess theater, with its <r0 electric fans, changing and cooling the atmosphere every second, with its entire change of program every day, is the mecca for the picture lov ing public. Yesterday a splendid program of three reels and the world’s pictorial review, entertained a vast number of people. The bill was one of feature.? from beginning to end. A, Bison film. ’A Cowboy for Uave.” an Imp. film, ‘‘A .Sister's Sacrifice," and a beautiful drama In which the wedding of a for eign queen and an enterprising Amer ican, after many perplexing situa tions, rounded out an hour’s program cf real merit. The entire program was one of re fined dramatical effects, every pic ture a )>ositive delight, selected to produce a well balanced bill of pic ture dramas. Tomorrow a eomyi«ete change of program will be given, in which three new reels, every one a feature in itself, will be given. These who are acquainted with the splendid reputation of the Princess in vaudeville, will find that the same standard of excellence is maintained in the summer picture programs. The price at the Princess is the same as at other houses—10 cents, any seat; children a cents. AT THE AIRDOME. A special engagement is announced of Johnny and Ella Calvin in a rep ertoire of the latest musical comedy successes at the Airdome, commenc ing Monday, June 17. A Bell Boy’’ company this season is carrying JO people and a sperlai 60 foot baggage car of scenery, cos tumes and effects for their musical comedy production so that nothing in the way of electrical effects will be repeated during the entire en gagement. Twelve big electrical ef fects are carried that will come up to the standard of the famous "Moon." "Japanese Chariot" and "Automoiie." Each product is guaranteed to be a ?1.50 musical comedy but will be presented to the theatergoers for the popular prices of Hi, 20. and 3(k’. The opening bill will be "The Mar. Question." Seats at Kempner's in advance. SOLDIER’S LAST CALL. The Photo-Play has hooked another splendid feature picture, a Republic film, whiih has proven a decided sensation, being one of the greate>t patriotic pictures ever produced. This picture, "The Soldier’s Last. Call." was featured by the Crystal theater in Little Rock on Decoration Day to thousands of peopio, and hun dreds were turned away "The Soldier's Last Call" is based on the story of a Confederate and Union veteran. who meet to talk over war time erperiences in a neighbor ing hay loft. A party of students from a military academy creep in to hear the wonderful tales of war and as a result are sentenced to the guard house for being late to drill. The Veterans hearing of their predica ment, pool their meager funds and purchase sweets for the youngsters while they ^re in durance. Later a sham battle between mil itary students representing the blue and the gray is held. To better watch the maneuvers the veterans take po sitions with their respective sides. The tide of bailie rests with the boy* in blue and the Confederate veteran, drawing his sword asks permission to lead the lads in gray, whKh is given He leads them up the hill to victory, but the exertion is too great and he falls dead at the brow of the hill. Heartbroken at the death of his veteran friend, the old Union soldier, who was a bugler in war times, asks permission to blow "taps” over his friend’s grave. Weaker and weaker grow the notes of the solemn bugle call until the Union veteran drops to the ground and expires in the arms of the military students. It Is a great picture, and will he shown today, afternoon and evening. At the Photo-Play. MASONIC NOTICE. A stated communication of Sumpter Imdge No. 419, F. & A. M„ wUl be held in their lodge hall in South Hot Springs, near corner Fifth and Grand avenue, this i Friday) evening, June 14. The annual election of officers. Members are most urgently requested to be present. Visitors cordially wel come. .1 R. SEARCY, W. M. Robert Cartney, Sec'y. What Bugs Do Fleas spread typhoid- mosquitoes malaria, etc. Carpets are incubators for germs and moths. Use Ross' "Dead Quick” spray to kill insects, their eggs, and drive away mosquitoes, ft will kill germs, moths, and disinfect your home. in Hot Springs at grocers and drug gists. Scott-Mayer Commission Com pany, wholesale distributors. AN IDYL. All the world is tuned to music. And the summer skies are fair. While the birds to me are singing , "Gray-eyed girl with golden hair." Fairies guessed and told my secret "Mongst the flowers everywhere: Teasing roe# and honeysuckle Speak to me of "Golden Hair” When the vesper hella are ringing, Calling truant men to prayer, This their rythm. "God and Heaven, Ofay-eyed girl with golden hair!" Naught I'd cure for cross or burdens. They would be «o light to bear If I knew my Journey led me To the girl with the golden hair. ROSS' " INSECTS. DEAD QUICK” SPRAY KILLS ASK YOUR DEALER. FLAG DAY CELEBRATION. Elks Will Commemorate the Occasion With a Program at Their Club Room*. The Hot Springs Ixxlge B. P O. IS., will properly commemorate Flag Bay today with a program of patriotic ex ercise which will take place in the handsome club rooms of the order in this city. Such well known lo,s al speakers as Circuit .lodge C T. Cotham, Hon. L. E. Sawyer and Hon. Scott Wood will make patriotic ad* dresses, while there will be a mu sical program and a very interesting entertainment is offered to all the Elks and their friends who gather to commemorate the. occasion. The following program Will be rendered: Program. Muslr—"(Star Spangled Banner,” oh chestra. Introductory exercises, Exalted Hil ler and Officers. Prayer, 'Rev. Percy G. Cross. Song, ‘‘Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean.” • Flag Record, Judge C. T. Cotham. Altar Services. Esquire and Olii cers. Song, '*Auid Lang Syne." Elks’ Tribute to the Flag, Scott Wood. Music, Southern Airs. Recitation, selected, Miss Joe May Wood. Patriotic Address, 'L. B. Sawyer. ©ong, “America,” audience to join. 24 HOURS TO LIVE. There was a trained nurse in an Auburn, New York. Hospital, who was so low with Bright’s Disease that it was believed she would live but a day or so longer. She was so swol len with dropsy that she would scream if touched. Physicians de clared the case hopeless. M. L. Wal ley. the Auburn, N. Y. Druggist, knew the husband of the patient. Mr. Wal ley advised him to change the Itcm ment to a new agent that was re ducing inflammation in kidney tis sues. Patient recovered and passed for insurance. Walley was so surprised i he sent a statement signed by the I patient and relatives and sworn to before A. P. laimey, Notary Public. | It is important for people having kid ney disease to know what Walley advised. You can find it at Sorrells Drug CO., and can get a pamphlet that may prolong or save your life. Over nine out of ten of the dead | from kidney trouble had Bright’s Dis ease, whether they knew it or not. This la a serious census fact that kid ney troubled people ought to know, j There is only one treatment that reaches these cases. LITTLE ROCK GROOM. Rev. Father Welbel of the St. John's church, yesterday officiated at a ceremony which united John Tag gart, Of Little Rock, age 22. to Miss Georgia t’atherina, age 35. of this city. Found, a bunch of keys, with natno “Anderson” on ring. Pay for this notice and identify, and receive same BOWLING ALLEYS. Four regulations In Dugan Stuart, building, opposite Arlington hotel. A place for ladies and gentlemen to en joy themselves. Pvobt. It. Mr Roberts, Proprietor. 4-tf DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election Monday, September 9. Fur Representative—Harry Westcott and L. K. Sawyer. State Senate—J .N. Wasson. Circuit Judge—C. T. Cotham Prosecuting Attorney—Gipp Witt. Sheriff R. I,. iWllllams. County Collector- K. T. Itousley. Circuit Clerk—Abe Sullenbcrgor. County Clerk—Charles H. Davis. Treasurer—Jessie Murphy. County Judge—Robert Mooney. Coroner—Dr. J p Randolph. Assessor—Frank Rowlea. Constable—Joe Lankford. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF. The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to annniinre D. L. Weaver as a candidate for sheriff of Garland county, subject to the will of the people. DANCE AT ‘DREAMLAND’ (OLD CITY HALL BUILDING) DANCING EVERY NIGHT. ADMISSION FREE. CLASSES INSTRUCTED EVERY AFTERNOON. LET US TEACH YOU HOW TO DANCE IN ONE WEEK. ARKANSAW AUTO CO. "Valley Red." Manager. AGFNT FOR HUPMOBILE Seven passenger Westcott tour ing car for hire, day or night. Telephone 400. 7-4-lm nMNimHiuitNiiimn' S P E CI A L FOR HOME PATRONS. Monthly club rates for clothes pressing. $1.00 per month in advance. Limit 5 suits. High-grade up-to-the time Frenen Dry Cleaning Ladies wort a specialty. Try our new “♦erm Pressing machines, they raise toe knapp and make all gar ments look fresh and new. Open Day and Night. K. C. Tailors and Cleaners Milton J. Robinson. 230 Central Avenue. Phone 1552 AIRDOME THEATRE I ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY f MONDAY, JUNE 17th I A GREAT BIG MUSICAL SHOW j the Sell go. b#Bor JOHNNY AND ELEA GALVIN 30—-PEOPLE—30 Car Load Special Scenery and Electrical Effects. OPENING COMEDY ON MONDAY NIGHT “THE MAN QUESTION” COMPLETE CHANGE EVERY NIGHT Some of the Comedies to Be Seen Will Be: THE BELL BOY — ZIRA FROM TURKEY — THE TWO MASQUERADERS — GINGERBREAD MAN — RED MILL — AND MANY OTHERS, _ I PRICES: - - - * - 10c, 20c and 30c Seat Sale at Kempner’s. DON'T MISS IT DON.'T FAIL TO BE. THERE OFFICIAL ROUTE TO ' I BALTIMORE Democratic National Convention SPECIAL TRAIN VIA ■ Missouri Pacitic Iron Mountian i| AND PENNSYLVANIA LINES * JJEAVB LITTLE ROCK 8:30 p.m , J1NB 22nd. S ARRIVE ST. IAMJ1S 7:45 am.TIWE 23d g LEAVE ST. LOUIS 12:30 noon, JUNE 23(1. ARRIVE RAl/TIMORE 12.15 noon. JFNB 24th. Extremely low rates have been authorized from all points for this \ occasion. Tickets on sale June 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd, with final return limit of July 1th. • Pullman sleeping car rates will he $0.25 for double lower berth and 15.00 for upper. Summer tourist tickets to New York and otilier eastern destina tions will allow stopover at Baltimore. For further information and Pullman reservations call ou Local Agent, or address J. G. HOLLENBECK, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Little Rock. OB. JOHN TRIPP’S BLOOD PURIFIER Is a Wonderful Reconstructive Tonic and WILL POSITIVELY CURE Syphilis orRheumatism You are cordialiy invited to visit our offices and get your medical examination and advice ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE whether you purchase our remedy or not John Tripp Remedy Co. 714 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. CONTAINS NO MERCURY AND NO POTASH You came to Hot Springs For the benefit of its waters, If you miss drinking DeSOTO WATER YOU HAVE MISSED HALF T0IIB TREATMENT DeSoto Building On-the-A venue Murray Transfer and Storage Company CAN HANDLE ANYTHING SAFELY Office Corner Malvern Avenue and Valley Street. phone 82 FURNITURE 228 OUACHITA AVENUE. H1 gh.'st prices paid for second hand Fu*" niture, Stoves and Sewing Machine*. Geo. R. Gower. Chae. H. W'llis"1" INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND. Telephone l®®?