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ALPHONSO TO VISIT US.
Washington, Jan 25.—Some epee iilalion is being indulged in by the state department officials concern ing t e reported desire of King Al phonso of Spain to visit the United States, but nothing official has been heard on the subject. No plans for the entertainment of Kings were embodied by the fathers In the con atltuttan and a veteran diplomat printed out today that one draw back to such a visit would be that the President of the United States could not repay it as he cannot leave the country during his term of of fice. CARNEGIE A DONOR. New York, .lan. 25. -Andrew Carnegie has presented the Ameri < an Museum of Safety with $5,000, Mr. Carnegie was present as guest and -speaker at the awarding of med als by tite society on Thursday last and in his remarks he said he pre viously had l>eon “blissfully ignor ant of the work being carried on by the American Museum of Safety.' Every Saturday at our "Luncheon ette” original, genuine Roston Raked Beaus with brown bread, extra fine. Morris Durg Co. 1-10-tf. Auction Sale TUESDAY, JAN. 28,1913 Commencing at 10 O'clock a.m. Sharp We will offer for sale the entire contents of twenty well furnished rooms, consisting of Carpets, Furniture, Beds and Bed Lin ens, Gas Stoves, Heaters and Etc. at 109 Ramble Street LEWIS STORAGE COMPANY MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY NONE BETTER FOR SALE AT Lemly’s Drug Store ESTABLISHED 1876. 364 CENTRAL AVENUE. TELEPHONE 20'' SIMS BROS. Grocery and Market SPECIAL— Kansas City Meats. Beef, Pork and Mutton. Balti more extra select Oysters. Fish and Game. 204 Ouachita Ave. Telephone 170 RYAN WAIVES AN EXAMINATION CASE GOES OVER TO THE GRAND JURY AFTER BOND OF $5,000 IS AGREED UPON. “Big Charlie" Wilt is Reported as Having Gone on a "Vacation” to Another State, by Permis sion of His Bondsmen. George Ryan, charged as being «;o of the men implicated in the $2ii,000 swindle of George P. Fox oi Ferre Haute, Indiana, was formally arraigned in circuit court yesterday morning, where he waived examina tion, and was odered held under a $5,000 bond to answer to the grand jury of the next regular court term The original bond which had on It the naigfrs of C. Floyd Huff, Ed. Spear, Roy Levi, Dr. DaCosta Walk er, S. W. Leslie, and Prank P. Walk er, was submitted, and counsel for Ryan asked that this bond be con tinued for him. Attorney W. H. Martin, represent ing the prosecuting witness, avid aid ing in the prosecution of the cases, stated that he had obections to some of the signers of the bond unless they submitted to an examination under oath in court as to their hold ings, avid how many other bonds ot various kinds they were sureties on at the time. Circuit Judge Cot ham ruled that tile state had the right to make an investigation under oath as to the validity of the bond, and ordered tbjit the signers be brought into court at 2 o'clock in the afternoon to take tlie stand on the subject of their holdings. Attorneys Leslie and Ryan offered obfctlons to this action, stating taat it. was unprecedented and that tin' signers for the most part had but recently been investigated in connec tion with other bonds, and had been found to be responsible bondsmen. At the afternoon session of court a new bond was presented by coun sel for Ryan, the latter one contain ing the names of fewer bondsmen. John C. Wolf, Tom Hanley, Frank Walker and Victor DeVerneaux were t.ie bondsmen named on the las bond, which was approved by the court after no objection by including in the bond that the defendant should report the first or opening day of court, and be subject and amenable to the court orders. There was a report yesterday that "Big Charlie" Wilt was missing. The report had it that he had not ab sconded from the $10,000 bond, but that he had gone oh a “vacation" to another western state, and that his ! bondsmen had given him their per I mission to leave the state temporar ! ily- There were many who heard [the report, who believe that Wilt w not return, but others insist that the $10,000 bond will bring him back. ’Big Charlie” is the particular one, according to a statement Fox made, t who took possession of tihe $20,000 and refused to give it back or any part of it. and against whom the state regards its strongest, case though the evidence against most all of the men charges is practically the same. \ Here is a remedy ttnu will cure your cold. 'Vfcy waste time and mon ey experimenting wlfen you can get a preparation that has won a world wide reputation by its cures of this disease and can always he depended upon? It is known everywhere at '.'hamhcrlain’s Cough R medy, and if t medicine of real merit. For sale by all dealers. LOST. GOLD WATCrt AND FOB. INI TIALS H. L. B ENGRAVED ON CASE, SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN LOST IN BASEMENT OR 2ND FLOOR OF DUGAN-STUART BUILD ING. FINDER PLEASE RETURN AND RECEIVE REWARD TO ROBT R. McROBERTS, SOUTHERN BOWL ING ALLEYS. 1-25-2 SEE FOR YOURSELF BUCKSTAFF ATHS EAUTIFUL EST WHITE ATTENDANTS 21 BATHS $13.00 G. E. HOGABOOM, MGR. ■Wt Tills heavy two inch post Bed, Vernes Martin or White for a few days only, $7.50 Just a few left. Stock Reducing Sale We are compelle d to Reduce our Big Stock of Up-to Date Furniture, in order to make Room for our Spring Arrivals, and to do this we have made a big cut in every thing in our House. You will be the gainers where we lose. Now is the time to put in your supply. Watch our windows. _ Lace Curtains j Portiers Tills Ills Massive all solid oak Daven port and also In Mahogany for a few days only $24.50. We have a lot of Odds and Ends in Lace Curtains, which we will place on sale for the next few days at prices never before heard of. Now get busy. i BRASS BEDS We have a complete stock of Brass Beds. These Beds are guaranteed never to TARSISH under the most severe ACID TEST. Prices to suit all. Grand Rapids Furniture Go. Phone 1078 Hot Springs Furniture Headquarters 220-222 Ouachita Ave Cbe Churches i i ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Corner of Whittington and Central avenues. CommunioniMass at 8 a. m., Low Mass with serrfion at 9 a. m. High Maas with sermon at 10:30. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Benediction and Rosary at 7:30 p. m. REV. .1. O. O'NEILL DOYLE. Pastor. * rIRST PRESEYTLRIAN CHURCH. • — Morning services at 11 o’clock; afternoon service at 4 30; noining service, subject: "Moses is Dead - VVljat Then?' Afternoon subject: "Every Man in his Plan." Botili ser vices conducted by Rev. Dr. Hyde of Chattanooga. Sabbath school and hrlstian endeavor as usiia1 ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Corner Spring and Cottage streets. Rev. A. R. Dloyd, rector. Sexagresinia Sunday school 3:30 a. in. Morning orayer and sermon 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon 7:30 p. m. Special music at both services. Choir prac ice on Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 ->. ni. CENTRAL METHuDIST CHURCH. — t'prner of Central avenue and Olive street. K;>v. Alonzo Monk. 1> L).. pas tor. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m., and at 7:3>0 p. m. Subject of the morning sermon, "The Church of Tod in the. Worfd.” Subject of the ■vening sermon, “The Word of (lod n the Church-” Strangers and visl 'ors cordially invited, ORANGE STREET PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday school at »: -15 a. m. Divine vorship and preaching qj 11 a. m. Hid 7:110 p. m. Morning subject: How to Know God's Will.” Evening heme: "How loot's Wife Became a •illar of Salt." Good music; Mr. Valle will play violin solo at evening service. The public invited. P. W. WYLIli, Pastor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. v 1 —1"■ — s* Percy G. Cross, pastor. Church lo atwl at junction of Ouaohlta and •Vest Grand avenues. The Front Rank Bible school meets at 9:30. H. i. Taylor, general superintendent; T. I. Milan, general secretary. Morning vorship and sermon at 11 o'clock, ermon, “Prayer: What, Why. How.” "he Kappa Sigma Pi quartette will 'Ing “Our Savior." The Bible school ’ahhtet meets at 6:45. The Kvange ■'tic services begin at 7:45. A large chorus choir is being created for the Minges meetings to be held in this city in the near future. Kverybody is invited to attend tihese services. Fear Ood, this is the beginning of the wisdom. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE. Reading of the lessen. Sprmon Sunday morning at 11 o’clock at tihe church edifice, corner Prospect and v*uaraw avenues. Subject “Truth ’ Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. A free reading room is maintained at the above ad dress, and is open trom 2 to p. in., on Tuesdays and Fridays A cordial welcome is extended to ail. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. Located on Fourth and "nrland. Wp are depending or. the "Gospel nt Christ” being the power of Cod unto Salvation, and are endeavor ng L> magnify Him in every service. Our congregations are increasing with every service, and the Holy Spirit, manifest. Himself. You are invited to join tihe crowd that will hear the pastor speak on the theme: "Modern Confusion.” Today at 11 a. m., under which theme will be discussed the (httreh question. You are also in vited to attend the evengelistlc ser vice at 7:3ft p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. YYoung People's 1'nion 0:30 p. in. Prayer meeting each Thurs day evening at 7:30 J. R. BURNETT Pastor. MALVERN AVENUE St S. Malvern avenue Sunday school is on the boon. 56 new scholars las! Sunday, and best interest manifested as yet. Mr. Homer Fox, the Y. M. C. A. secretary, spoke at tihe close of the lesson. Something new every Sunday. All strangers and visitors welcome. This is the third week of the red and blue content and you should join before the contest is over. Sunday school 0:45, Joe Johnson, secretary. Preaching 11 a. in., mil - ject: "Home and Church.” Evening service 7:30, subject: “Satan Sub ject With Men.” Text: Luke 10-17. All strangers and visitors welcome to all services. REV D. R. BERKLEY, Pastor. NEW YORK COTTON. New York, Jan.. 26.—While fluctua tions were more or less irregular the cotton market generally made ft showing today and closed steady at a advance of from 1 to 8 points. The opening ws barely steady with January 10 points lower under some scaO'ering liquidation while other (losltions were 2 to 8 points 'above the closing figures at last I night, on a continuation of yester day's buying movement. March contracts sold up to $12.11 in the last hour or about 51 point'; above the low level of yesterday morning. The close was 5 or 6 points off from the best under realiz ing. Private spot advices from the south were more or less conflicting reports. From two or three eastern belt points in Texas, claimed that there was good demand and little of fering while Memphis and Vicksburg reported practically no business and considerable remaining 'm the inter ior for sale. Washington dispatches seemed to create rather a more optimistic sen t'ment with reference to the tariff agitation. Weekly reviews of the drygoods situation claimed that buy. ers have shown conservatism as to forward meeds hut that no weakness has shown itself In the various mark ets. THE KINDERGARTEN CIRCLE. The circle Is an old established form of grouping for play. Frederick Froehe) did not invent it. Hh saw its significance, however, and utiliz ed it as he did many other instruc live end traditional customs. The circle is a convenient form of arrangement for games and stories and conversations and songs, which tire such excellent methods of educa tion. It allows every individual child to have his own place as one of the whole group, at the same time all the children have equal opportunity to share with one another the things i hat belong to the day’s experiences. The circle is a figure of the demo cracy, in that all the individuals are equaly near the center, and that everyone may lie unveiled by the ex periences of all the others. NATIONAL KINDERGARTEN ASSN. FOR ft A f,R -IS-room house, centrally located, long lease. low rent. Splendid bargain. If taken at once. Addr<-<s 77, care Hen Unci-Record. A-2C-3t DIASVIOND BROOCHE$ 4 OCR supremacy as one of tIn* lending Diamond 1 louses of America is fittingly exemplified in the values we offer in DIAMOND BROOCHES. We give special attention to the production of beautiful BROOCH designs. We will be pleated to have you call and examine ur collection. We want you to note the extreme values offered i every JEWEL, we sell Fire Diamond Scroll Brooch, $300 00 ^ermod, Jaccard & King °»,NTL0UI, _HOT SPNiWCS BRANCH: 502 CENTRA!, AVENUE. ___ CANDY * FOR SALE AT Lemiy’s Drug Store ESTABLISHED 1875. 384 CENTRAL AVENUE. TELEPHONE 701 _ _ i£ -TO- I CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY Lv. Hot Springs - 1:00 P. M. Ar. Chicago - - 10:40 A. M. I t. Hot Spr ngs • 1:00 P. M. Ar. Kansas City 11:00 A. M. MAKING ALL EASTERN CONNECTIONS. ONE ELECTRIC LIGHTED COACH THROUGH TO CHICAGO; ALSO ELECTRIC LIGHTED COACHES .PARLOR CAR, AND DINING CAR SERVICE TO MEMPHIS MAKING DIRECT CONNECTION FOR THE EAST AND SOUTH QUICKEST TIME TO NEW YORK WITHOUT EXTRA FARE- TELEPHONE 14 L enton Street Station W. M. ANDERSON, C. P. A U. fl. Smith mining engineer, Oil and Mineral Locator. Marquette Hotel. Hot Springs. Arkan-a«. n_ Cure* In 1 to 5 days ££ * Gonorrhoea anti Gleet. JR, & llw K mm Gontains ro poison and lUr Jl aJ| mjy n.aylriusedfulWtrerKth o- a « absolutely without fear Guaranteed not to stricture. Prevents contagion. WHY NOT CURE YOURSELF? At prUKKists, or' we ship express prepaid upon receipt of SI. 1'nil particulars nta.led on request THli EVANS CHEMICAL CO., UncUu.aU, 0. “THE OLD REUABLE”__f_ REMEDYmMEN AT DRUGGISTS.OR TRIAL BOX BY MAIL BOe FROM PLANTER 93 HENRY3T. BROOKLYN.NY. . -BEWARE OB' IMITATIONS FOUND. A place where you can get y°lir Kodak pictures enlarged to any si/c. VVe absolutely guarantee all work. Jackson Pharmacy, I’ll Central Ave. Phone 17.