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chase Of Men’s Suits of # America’s Leading Clothes Makers Open Evenings Until Christmas Alfred Benjamin &- Co., Neu? Y ork, sold us about 23S Suits at a Most Liberal Discount Open Evenings Until Chrisimas Divided into th>o Lots. $16.50 18.00 20.00 NOW AT 22.50 25.00 Suits selling from Alfred Benjamin &- Co.’s Suits selling at $28.00 27.80 30.00 32.80 38.00 It's beyond question the solution of your HOLIt^AY SUIT PURCHASES at Less than wholesale cost The saving on every suit is big enough to haVe you investigate this offering. H. Strauss <S* Company “ADVERTISERS OF FACTS ONLY” America’s Great Diamond House Manufacturers and Importers (Sift? frm25<J2toIt0,000.°’ Are ready for your Inspection and choice at JACCARD'S, where you are invited to see a magnificent collection of Watches, Diamonds, Clocks, Silverwares and Cold Jewelry OUR PRICES (CONSIDERING QUALITY) ARE THE LOWEST. JACCARD’S st. Louis BRANCH: 502 CENTRAL AVE. OPENIN® EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS. Mail Orders Carefully Fi'led. ■ ' 11 Put A Ten-Dollar Bill in an old stocking and keep it there for twenty years. Then take it out and see what you will have. Put a ten-dollar bill in this bank at interest and keep it there for twenty years. Then take it out and see that you will have $22.55. It’s the difference between hoarding and saving. Men have made millions by saving. I\o man has ever made a penny by hoarding. We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest. REAL ESTATE DEPART MENT IN CONNECTIDN Arkansas CrustCo. 623 CENTRAL AVE. MARY GARDEN anrt other 'high-class perfumes. Also a full line of toilet articles at .tacii son'.s Pharmacy, 12-1«-tf While you are talking to an Individ ual a Sentinel-Record want ad. talk! o the whole community. ROCKEFELLER TO AID POLICE PROBE CONTRIBUTES $20,000 TO FIND OUT HOW THE MACHINE WORKS. New York, Dee. 21—John D. Rocke feller Jr., has given $20,000 it was an nounced tonight, for a systematic in vestigation into the administrative or ganization of the New York police de partment, with an offer of $10,non ad ditional if needed. Mr. Rockefellers money is being used in paying ex perts, fourteen of whom have been at ■"'ark since IK'cember 9 on an investi gation. Mr. Rockefeller's donation was prompted, it is said through his interest in social conditions ever since he was foreman of a grand jury which investigated the white slave traffic. Henry Bruere director of the bureau of municipal research under whose direction the investigation is being conducted, made this statement con ninK Mr. (Rockefeller's contribu tion : "we are making study for the first time in this country of the way a police department works. We are not snooping around: we are not seeking evidence of graft or of the failure of the department to cope with vice and crime—if it does at ail. We want to find out how the machine warks. it was for this purpose that Mr. Rocke feller made his grant and he made ’it (because of the constructive in terest he has had in such tilings since he was chairman of the white slave grand jury.” Tonight Assistant District Attorney droehl caused the arrest of two men who described themselves as David Maiop r.ud Chas. Duvelier. charges with having bribed the janitor of an • apartment house where Mrs. Mary Goode lived, to discredit her testi mony before the Aldermanic commit tee investigating the police depart ment. BALL PLAYER A PRIEST. Chicago, Dec. 21.—“Chick O'Con nor, first baseman of the Quincy, Three I league, became the Rev. Father Edward O’Connor here today. He was ordained in thew Holy Name Cathedral and tonight dined at St. Meil’s rectory with which he hence forth will be connected. Father O’Connor established a repu tation as a batsman and infielder which resulted in a demand for his services. "I played baseball to obtain money to complete my studies,” he suit! to night.. "1 had a number of offers from teams of lmi>ortance but they did not tctupt me in the least. The priesthood is my vocation.” Ladies' and men’s latest, up-to-date fashion plates at Kirks. 431% Ouachi ta Ave. Phone 888, 11-19 tf MANY ATTORNEYS SPEAK FOR DEFENSE ELEVENTH SPELLBINDER ARGUES INNOCENCE OF ACCUSED DY NAMITE CONSPIRATORS. Indianapolis. Jnd., Dec. 21.—As the eleventh attorney to speak lor the defense, falter L. Ball today argued to the jury at the ‘•dynamite conspir acy'’ trial in behalf of Hiram R. Kline of M uncle, lnd., former organizer for the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners Kline and Olaf A. Tveitmoe, San Francisco, are the only two of the forty defends its not identified with the Iron Workers. Wuateter enarges the government made as to Kline’s complicity in the explosions against non-union men, Mr. Ball said, concerned the defendants presence in Detroit in tbg summer of 1910. The lawyer attacked the testimony of Kobt. G. Ross, who said the union officials were in l>etroit at that time, plotti d to blow up five buildings un der construction by "open shop" con tractors. u is singular -mai no outsiders were ever present when Ross says the proposed explosions were talked about," said Mr. Ball. “It is still more singular that Ross had no visible means of support other t'han he was working fcr a firm who was friendly tc union labor. Afterwards Ross got a government job as a mechanic In Honolulu and he was brought thl the way from Honolulu to tell that flimsy story of his.” Alfred H. Ilovey another attorney for the defense, charged that "the government in this prosecution has been aided by the National Erectors’ association.” Four days are to be devoted to argument before the jury receives ils instructions to retire and vote upon Its verdicts. WAIVERS ASKED ON DONLIN. Former Crack Fielder is No Longer Wanted By Pittsburg. Chicago, Dec. 21.—Waivers have been asked on Mike Donlln, the vet-, eran, outfielder by the Pittsburg club. As yet no elub has refused to waive on him and ir appears that he Is due to return to the minors. Donlin did well at the bat for Pitts burg last year until he broke a toe atwl was forced to sit out most of the remainder of the season on the bendh. Nor w as his fielding as fast before his injury as in former years. Rumors have been current during the winter that Donlin might become a manager next year, and if be lands such a position, he may not return to the smaller leagues as a player. OPERATION ON OVERMAN. Washington, Dec. 21—Lee 6. Over man„ /Junior Waited States senator from North Carolina, was operated upon this afternoon for appendicitis. The operation was entirely success ful and his physician. Dr. Wm. Cline Borden, tonight said conditions were entirely favorable. The senator stood the operation very well and was resting easy to-v night. FIGHT FOR BAT NELSON. New Orleans, Dec. 21.—Manager 0. J. Tortorich of the Orleans A. C. to day announced that Battling Nelson would meet Frankie Russell of this city at the Orleans A. C. Jnn. 3 In a ten round fight, the winner to meet Knockout Brown at the same club two weeks later. Frankie Gage of I»s Angeles also has been signed to meet Joe Thomas of this city, the winner to meet Jack Britton. CHEAP CUT OVER LAND lu 1,000 to 20,000 acre tracts. Also larse and small tracts of pine and hardwood. 5, 10 and 20 acre fruit, truck and chicken farms. For terms write or see W ,T. Hawkins, 62!) 1-2 Central Ave. 12-19-tf Sentinel-Record Classified Advertising Bets results. Or.e cent a word for each insertion. 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