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It’s Good For You Velva Syrup is more than a mere sweet. It's a fine, wholesome, health ful food. It's just what growing children need — and it's good for grown-ups, too. Earnest, careful scientists have long ago exploded the mossy idea that sweets are harmful — and they tell you that sweets are necessary. You'll find the syrup with the RED LABEL, fine. It has the smoothest of sugary flavor and rich color. It makes candles, fudge, cakes and cookies that just melt in one’s mouth. It goes great with griddle cakes and It will make your good muffins, waffles and biscuits better. Try it and see 11 this Isn’t so. Ten cents and up, according to size. Velva in the green can, too, at your grocer’s. Send for the book ol Velva recipes. No charge. PENICK & FORD, Lid. New Orleans, La. t VELVA NUT ICE CREAM 1-4 cupful Rad Velva Syrup, 2 cupful* 'raided milk, I tableapoonful flour, 1-4 ■upful auger, 1 egg, pinch of *alt, 2 Quart* 'ream, I cupful chopped English walnut neats, 1 teaspoonful almond extract, i easpoonful rose extract. 3eat up the egg with the flour and sugar, ind gradually add the milk. Cook for 20 ninutes in a double boiler, stirring con itantly. Cool and add the syrup, salt, tuts, cream and the extracts, and freeze. >erve in dainty dishes with a preserved herry on top of each. ROGERS ASSAULTS ATTORNEY. Strikes W. G. Boulc Over Head With a Pistol and Knock* Him Down. Henry Rogers, n saloon nian of the city, late yesterday afternoon com mitted au assault on Attorney W. U. Houle by striking him over the head with a pistol and knocking him down, after which Houle was several times struck with the weapon. The assault took place at the elevator in the Arkansas National nank building, where Mr. Houle's office* are locat ed. He had just stepped from the elevator when, according to his state ment. he was struck from behind, the pistol hitting him behind the ,ea-. After being knocked down he was struck several times until the assault er was stopped No controversy pre ceded the assault, and Mr. Bottle can only account for it through the fact that he represented Mrs. Rogers in Wending a divorce action brought by J Rogers. Rector and Sawyer repre sented Rogers in that court contro versy; gaid Bottle and Whittington represented Mrs. Rogers, but Whit tington was away much of the time <n business and Houle conducted most of the suit. ( Rogers was placed under acres' ' and Mr, Iloiric was taken to his home, where an examination revealed that ! tie had gainful wounds, but they were net serious. HAYES GOES TO DETROIT. Col. .1. K. Hayes, the congenial pro lific for of the Park hotel, left yester day for /Detroit, Mich., where he will be in attendance at the Detroit Auto mobile Dealer's association show, w hich will be held in the Gardens and Casino of the Wayne hotel from. Jsneary 27 to February 1, inclusive. This is without doubt, the very swellest. affair of its kind, west ot N’cw York city, and this one bids fair lto outshine any of the previous ones. * ” 1 ' - ,J. Wisner of New Orleans, is a new arrival at the Park. Mr. Wis i er is in the brokerage business and a member of the New Orleans cottop exchange. Mrs. Wisner and her daughter will join Mr. Wisner today. They plan on spending some time here. Capt. Jno. Mitchell of Cleveland, O. , accompanied by his charming daughter, Miss Isabel, and son, Jno. P, arrived at Hie Park. They will be here several weeks. VIOLIN RECITAL. •-— Treat is Promised in the Florence Austin Entertainment. To the members of the musical art lob and music lovers of Hot Springs. The public of Hot Springs will have tin opportunity on next Tuesday night to hear one of the most ac complished violinists in the United States. Miss Florence Austin ami 'her accompanist will give a musical at the 1‘ark hotel to which each mem ber of tdio musical art club is urged to attend; the selections will be taken from the most classic violin productions and Miss Austin's debut in this city will be the most artistic violin recital since the concert ot' ~"belik. a number of years ago. Critics rank Miss Austin right along with Maud Powell and the patronage of this exceptional musical oppor tunity will not only afford much per sonal edlflration and pleasure, but en courage the coming of the higher class of musicians to Hot Springs. IRMA CHIXSK1-HOCUE, President Musical Ark Club. Judge J. B. Ilogue has been appoint assistant to the attorney-general ror the county for the collection of in heretatance tax, due the state. WILSON PAYS VISIT TO ELLIS ISLAND PRESIDENTELECT SEES IMMI GRANTS ARRIVE AND NOTES THEIR RECEPTION. Xt*\v York, Jan. “Jo.—'Hundreds of a ileus, many of them still clad In the parh of distant lands, stood before the immigration officials at Ellis Isl and today seeking admission to the country, while Gov. Woodrow Wilson, president-elect of the I’nited States observed with a scrutinizing eye the manner of their welcome. Sei lies of patihos and of joy were mingled as those physically deficient were turned away, or toe more fortu nate pass\ successfully through the lanes of inspection into the embraces ot waiting friends, it was while ob serving the last process of the law, whereby the officials satisiy them selves that friends seeking tdie immi grants have a bona fide errand, that the party witnessed onf of the dra matic incidents so familiar at Ellis Island. A young girl from Poland, with a white shawt wrapped about her head, was weeping when the president-elect came in. Commission er William Wilson explained that the woman ihad spied her relatives out side t'- - ’sttieed fence of steel be hind which the immigrants are kept until duly passed and was weeping 'or joy at the sight. The girl stood in line waiting her turn, but at the direction o! the commissioner, her case was taken up at once, her rela tives answered satisfactorily the nec essary questions and tdie president elect saw her dash forward into the arms of a sister, kisses mingling with l tears. Mr. Wilson was an interested spec tator throughout. He asked ques ions continually ^uid observed in de tail the methods employed to discover the undesirable new-comers. When bp left Ellis Island he was asked what lie tihought of the station. “I merely came for information, not ior thought," he answered with a smile. The governor and his family later went shopping and took a motor drive through (ientral Park. They will spend tonight and tomorrow with Mrs. Caroline B. Alexander at Hobo ken N*J. GEN. LEE'S BIRTHDAY. The observance of the birthday of Ten. Robert E. L<ee, which was to have been held by the Hot Springs 'Chapter, U. D. C., last Monday, will be held on next Monday even ing, January 27, at the Park hotel The same program prepared for the observance last Monday will be ren dered. I - NEW SKATING RECORD ■ ■ - Christiania, .Jan. 25.—A new world’s record was established in the International 'Skating competitions today by Oscar iMathieson, the Nor wegian champion, who won the 1,000 meters bn 17 minutes 36 3-10 seconds. The former record, 17 minutes, 46 3-10 seconds was made by Mathie son last year. The RussihiT' Ippoli tow. finished second in 17 minutes 37 6-10 seconds. SANITATION AND CLEANLINESS Are the most important features to consider in selecting yourj Bath House THE MAURICE is the most complete sanitary bathing establishment in the world, and embodies th.e latest scientific ideas in sanitation and hygiene without sacrificing the comforts and conveniences of a luxurious bath. « The Mau ice offers you tliesp; distinctive fsatu.-es not found in any other Bath House: 250 large, roomy enamel steel dressing rooms for men and 50 for women. Separate elevators, insuring abso lute privacy. No carpets, drapery or upholstered furniture used. All furniture is white enameled steel. 75 private rest rooms furnished with a comfortable couch where one can have all the privacy and comforts of a home. A REAL SI N PARLOR. The sun’s glare through the massive glass dome is subdued by amber glass panels overheard, the walls of Cean Stone, the floor of red Scotch tile. The-soft amber glow is very ben eficial and restful for those suffering from nervous troubles. The bath tubs are of solid porc/elain, made espec ially for the Maurice, being of extra large size. ... ( Every Bath Room has Individual vapor, shower nnd douche, giving you all the requisites of the bath In ttie privacy of the bath room. After your hath you retire to a bath ing lounge, a room 40x40 feet, where the nlr Is dry, fresh and clean. It Is a scien tific fact that germs will live and travel In moist air Indefinitely while in dry air they will not, consequently the Mau.'lco has supplied a bathing lounge entirely separate from the bath room, following the European custom In tills feature und you arc not Inhaling ihe exhalations of hundreds of sick patients taking baths as is the case where you bathe nnd sweat in the same room. The same Idea Is car ried out In our hot room, the air being dry nnd clean and changed every ten minutes. Adjoining the bathing lounge Is a com plete hydro-therapy department. Exercise Ib also an important factor In your cure. We have two large gymnasi ums, ONE FOR MEN AND ONE FOR WOMEN, which are fitted out with tho latest appliances. The ventilating system is of the most modern type. The air being filtered and warmed before using. 800 cubic feet per minute insures a complete change of air in every departemnt every 10 minutes. A vacuum cleaning system does awav with all dust and dirt. All walls ate white tile or marble. All ceilings white porcelain finish. Sanitary towels, liquid soap, cups, etc., used exclusively. Complete massage and electric depart ments, witii electric light cabinets. Sitz and Nauheim baths. Manicure, hair dressing, facial massage, chiropody and mercurial rubbing depart ment in charge of skilled operators. All the equipment of the above depart ments Is of the latest sanitary descrip tion. The Maurice is the fountain head using the en tire flow of the Maurice Spring, which is located only a few feet from the house. You have traveled from afar to get the benefits of these great healing springs, and you should have the benefit of the very best sanitary baths, surrounded by every safeguard for your health. THE MAURICE gives you this and the price is no higher than other first class houses. $13.00 The Course. With Attendant's Service Included. See the Maurice Before You Buy A Bath Ticket Maurice Bath Company W. G. MAURICE, Pres. HARRY H. BELL, Manager Open January 1st PARK HOTEL =*=—. AND .-— BATH PALACE r_- — ... r- ■■■■ . — -. Only Strictly First Class European Hotel in the City — 1 -- ■ --—---- . --J Regular and modified A La Carte Service Special Rates for Rooms Until February 15 DUNCAN CAMPBELL, J. R. HAYES, Office Manager Lessee and Mgr. Mountain Valley Mineral Springs Water “KING OF MINERAL WATERS ” WA» AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM AT THE ARKANSAS STATE FAIR 1909, 1910, 1911. It Is Radio-Active. It Is Deliciously Palatable UNSURPASSED FOR GENERAL TABLE USE. BEST DIURETIC KNOWN in Treatment of KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES. One-Half Gallon Delivered to Your Room Daily for $1.26 Per Week. RATES—AT HOTEL, MOUNTAIN VALLEY $12.50 PER WEEK AND UP Office and Drinking Pavilion First Floor Southern Club Building, Opp. Arlington Hotel. Our friends are Invited to make our Pavilion their Headquarters during their stay in the Springs. CITY OFFICE PHONE—406 HOTEL PHONE—1M DO YOU KNOW We use the same process In de veloping your films that the moving picture people do, and as you know there Is none better. All work Is guaranteed. Jackson’s Pharmacy. 344 Central Ave. 1-7-tf Persons troubled with partial par alysis are often very much benefited by massaging the affected parts thor oughly when applying Chamberlain’s Liniment. This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains. For gale by all deal ers. An up-to-date soda grill operated in an up-to-date manner. That’s us— ‘‘The Luncheonette” at the Kexall Btore, 802 Central avenue. Morris Drug Co. 1-10-tr. See S. J. SULLIVAN -For IRON FENCES Cheaper Than Wood And White Bronze MONUMENTS Bronze is everlast ing, stone is not. LOCI BOX 293 PHONE 1349. -I.-*".!! ' ■■■ ■■ Waldron's New York Cafe —NOW OPEN— 531 Central Avi._ Phono 531 yiSTCORS! Improve Tour Time by Attending The Mot Springs Business College. Individual Instructions— —Day and Evening Sessions 1-18-ef K^THE. only Genuine Keel?)'Institute In eeley F°<- liquor and DRUG USING. 1 . Our patients have th* advantage at tfea ^^ Hot Springs baths Correspondence NS fldenttal. 702 Park Avenue, investigation solicited HOT SPRINGS, ARK. . _ T,^“n* **■ OR. J. C. WHITACRB, MANAGER. DR. LEMOINE. DR. BARTON. NO PAIN-NO HIGH PRICES Lei. us fix those old decayed teeth and you will see your HEALTH IMPROVE. WE do it WITHOUT PAIN, bo don’t dread it. Try us once and be convinced. Crowns and Bridge Work.$3 to *5 Fillings of all kinds.50c up 9et of Teeth.15.00 up Painless Extraction .50c All other work as reasonable. OPEN AT NIGHT AND SUNDAYS Union Painless Dentist Cintral Ave. Cockburn Ostrich Farm Finest Ostrich Plumes and Novelties City Store, 334 Central Ave Two Blocks From Rock Island Depot; at the Depot this Road runs East and West. The Pacific Roomisg House 8. J. SMITH, Owner and Prop. 115 MARKET STREET Half Block from Iron Mountain Depot; at the Depot this road runs North and South. Leaving this Deppt for town, Market street is Just ahead of you. chicken salad all ttoe time. We invite your patronage. “The Rexail Lunch eonette.” Morris Drug Co., 802 Cen STOP! I And look m our window and sea our up-to-the-minute line of Kodaks. From f 1.00 to *65.00. We also carry a full line of Kodak supplies for amateurs and professionals. At Jackson’s Pharmacy, 344 Central Ave. Phoue ti. 1-7-tf If your children are subject to at tacks of croup, watch for the first symptoms, hoarseness. Give Cham berlain's Cough Remedy as soon 4s the child becomes hoarse and the at tack may be warded off. For sale by all dealers.