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I Levy Ostrich Feather Co. Birds of Paradise, Aigretts, Marabau and Ostrich Sets, Fine French Plumes In all the latest shades, at prices never offered before in the history of Ostrich Goods—All our Alligator, Seal and Walrus Bags and leather novelties included in this sale, which lasts only 10 days—so call while selection is complete. Look for name on Window. Centraf AVe. I ^6Vy OSlnCH FCO-thCP CO mCentral AOe. USE 500 SOLDIERS TO WIN FROM 1000 FEDERAL GENERAL BECOMES IM PATIENT AND STARTS FIGHT ING ON HIS OWN HOOK. Was to Have Waited For an Attack From the Insurgents But They Did Not Ceme Fast Enough For Him. ...jg. - Maeo, Ariz., March 15.5—Instead ot waiting to be attacked by nearly t ,000 insurgent state traps, Gen. OJedum with less than 590 federal soldiers, went out from Maeo today and de feated the enemy. In three hours of aggressive light lng, peppering the enemy's line with rifle and machine gun bullets, ami spraying lead from shrapnel shells over hills adopted us fortifications, the Huerta federate drove the state forces five miles to the southeast. Late today the government forces returned victorious to the Mexican border town opposite this point. Even the victors did not believe the fighting ended, however, nor that Naco is secure from assault. The state forces are assembling tonight in still greater numbers to wrest the only remaining port on the Sonora border from the bands of the Huerta national government. With the advantage of unexpected aggression, and possessing five artil lery pieces, the little brown, bare footed soldiers defending the military honor of the Juerta regime, fought as wdld men against seemingly over whelming odds. Protected by the artillery tire the federal* scrambled over the hillocks and fearlessly began firing tbelr Hr flea at the enemy appearing iu the distance. It was the group under Elias Callao which first received the assault. Ex pecting the attack rather than be at tacked the state troops soon fell back. The other half on t he constitutional ist forces rushed to rescue from the Vast and with a roar of artillery and the continued rattle of rille, the bat tle was on. For an hour desperate fighting con tinued. Little by little the state troops fell back from the terrific lire of the aggressors. For a mile the Huerta soldiers pushed along the line, advancing the artillery lrom the rear of the skirmish lines. Bodies of the killed and wounded state troops lie tonight deserted on the field. On behalf of the. state of Arizona, Sheriff If. C. Wheeier, of Tomb Stone early in the day insisted that there should be no repetition of shooting across the border. Jubilant over tbelr victory, the fed erate returned to Naco. The state troops, at last reports, were live miles j Irani Naco. ”1 do not think the light is ended,” said (Jen. Ojeda, federal commander, “but 1 am still in possession of Naco and exi>ect to contest every inch of the way." <ien. Ojeda said that his losses in tlie day’s fighting were nine kilted and twelve wounded. He estimated the loss of the enemy as much larger, owing to artillery fire. None was injured on the American side except an Arizona deputy mar shal, wounded earlier in the day. Dr. Itadnall of Douglas is missing. While assisting the wounded he a ban dosed Ids automobile In the field. Small groups of rt?bete are pressing m from interior points. Already 400 Vaqui Indians are well on the way from Nogales. The warriors are said making p record inarch to the, assistance of the rebels. __ Sentinel-Record Classified Advertis ing will bring results IlinotI made SCENE OF BEAUTY GREEN PREVAILED THROUGH OUT IN THE COLOR SCHEME OF ST. PATRICK’S DANCE. Large Throng Present and the Event Goes into Social History as An other of Corrington's Successes. Society was On dress uarade at the Arlington hotel last night. The hun dreds of guests ut the fashionable hostelry, gayly re-enforced by a splendid representation of the Spa's charming smart set, paid full honor i to St. Patrick. Clearly was the annual ball arrang-, I ed in honor of the blessed saint, one of the successes of the “season." The throng was a great one, as well as an unusually lusliionable one. All in all, it was simply emphasized once again that whenever Manager Cor riugton puts on one of his special events, society, visiting and resident alike, turns out and in full force, too. Milady just won't tire, it seems. She always wants to be on the go, and of otirse, always lias her way j about It. and it is only fair to state | that with the staging of each special event at tlie Arlington, a new recor^ is hung up for brilliancy. Seldom, 11 ever, before this season, or any oth er Hot Springs' season for that mat- ] ter, have so many handsome and magnificently gowned women been j seen in the Arlington’s beautiful ball room as were in evidence last even ing. There was a veritabl sea of smartly attired, superbly pretty de I l>u-antes, as well a.s handsome uia i irons, the latter dressed just as — SiinnyBrook Whiskey —8QITUB.BQND • *Mwt***u**sr; tht &W«t(y shook WSW-UM r-° The great tonic ami stimulating properties of Sunny Brook have had much to do toward making *JS the* largest distiltet? of fine old whiskey in the world. For nearly 50 years Sunny Brook has proved of real value to those who now and then require an energy-builder. When energy is lacking efficiency is lacking. Rare, old and mellow whiskey ukt Sunny Brook, acts as a great upbuilder; makes life worth living. Sunny Brook ss Bottled in Bond—every bottle is scaled with the Government Stamp, !>n>>wmg that the contents an. genuine, straight natural whiskey, U. S. Standard (10091 ) Vr°t} however, only assure? purity, but not quality. Any whiskey Bottled la Beiic. t genuine straight whisker, but not all straight whiskies are good whiskies. \v hen you select bunny Brook—The Pure Food Whiskey—then yon know that in addition to tiie assurance of Absolute Plenty bv the greatest government on the Globe you have a gcuti'anice of unexcelled Quality by V largest distillers of fine whiakey in the world. MISS LILLIAN GRONNA ... j, V. v,. Senator Asle J. Oronna of North Dakota and Mrs. Grouna have an nouneed the engagement of their ! daughter, Lillian, to Dr. Oscar Neu 1 man liegtrup, also of North Dakota. stylishly as the younger set ana locking equally as stunning. I he beauxs too. were flawlessly attired, and, while naturally playing second fiddle to the fair sex while the jollity was on, certainly rose to the occasion and did the honors hand somely when the sparkling ball broke up and the jollity was transferred from the ballroom to the grill. Manager Corringtou is to be com plimented tor the general beauty and arractlvenesB of the decorations. Not only did the ballroom fairly sparkle, in its holiday dress of emerald hue. but the decorations in honor of St. Patrick were carried into the spa cious rotunda, all the different par lors and the spacious promenade. Twas a green trimming here, and a green trimming there; iu fact, a green trimming everywhere at the Arlington last night. The dancing was particularly en joyed owing to the unusually good music rendered by Professor Richard i Barton's orchestra. Naturally, the airs were mostly Irish airs, but wh_at other country owns prettier ones sav | iitg. of course, good old Uncle Sam's? It was just another gala night ^ j the history of the Arlington hotm, j famed for its gayety the country over. ESSEX PAARK REOPENS. j Famous Club House Again Caters to Business Serving Chicken Dinners. ' The famed Essex Park Club house. - i probably the most patatial and hand-j somely appointed public country club I building in the south, has again thrown open its doors, and caters to the public particularly in (he line of country chicken dinners. The owner, j Mr. Simon Cooper, has worked laltor i iouoly on the Essex road until it i« j the best and most popular roadway j out of Hot Springs, and this fact made it necessary for Mr. Cooper to open the club in response to many demands from the public. EASY WAY TO BANISH PILES Mv double treatment forever ends the misery oi piles, no matter what kind, or your money back The little tablets that you swallow t fines them up. I J discovered this v treatment myself. Simple directions , in each package. < $1.00 at druggists. Ask for Dr. Leon hardt’s HEM* k ui u. semon> fails, book £<?r this Signature R G MORRIS DRUG CO. GREAT FOR GOLF SAYS MR LAUDER GOES OVER THE HOT SPRINGS COURSE AND PROCLAIMS IT ABOVE MANY OTHERS. Played Las-t Week With Taft at Augusta and Says Local Course is Par Superior to Oothers in South. (By H. VV. Lanigan, Press Represen tative New York Hotel Company.) Harry Lauder, the marvelgpsly suc cessful Scotch comedian, spent eight very busy hours in Hot Springs yes terday.' He’ amve<l In his private car over the Rock Island shortly al ter 8 o’clock and was off to Little Rock, where h«f showed last night, a little after 4. Mr. Lauder remained in his car until 10:30 when he Wag i waited upon by Frank Head, man ager of the Auditorium; Douglas Hotchkiss, editor of the Sentinel Record, and the writer. In the fam-1 ous comedian's party were his wife, a bright 'little Scotch woman; Wil liam Morris, the noted New York and Chicago theatrical manager, who is handiing Lauder’s tour: Mrs. Mor ris and Miss Ruth Moirls, a pretty little lassie of six. It has been arranged In advance that Mr. Lauder and his party were to be the guests of the Arlington hotel during their stay in the Spa. The party stepped into the waiting automobiles, and, led by Lauder's eight faithful bagpipe players, pro ceetfed up Valley street into v entral avenue and thence to the Arlington. Thee they turned and made the pret ty two mile drive out to the Coun try Club. I^auder was on the links In exactly nlnty-four seconds by the watch, after alighting on the porch of the Country Club. Professional “Willie” Hoare played the first nine holes with louder. The Scotc'n comedian was handicapped by | not having his • own “clubs.” He j used Hoare's set, and, while all ot Ills drives were tar and true ones, his approaching and putting were scarcely up to his standard us it's plainly evident ho knows all there is to know about the game which comes from his native ’and. Lauder did two of the holes In four, and three of the others in live, which was playing mighty good golf, figuring that the Country Club course is only the third one he has played on since starting upon his fifth Amer ican tour twelve weeks ago. Lauder played at Mobile and then defeated William Howard Taft at Augusta a little over a week ago, *T saw the links at Birmingham and in several other cities." he re marked. between drives, while walk ing over the course and here It can be inserted that he pressed Manager Morris into service as his caddie. •'This course is the best one ol them all. though some of the other grounds own morn suniptious clubhouses. A golf course should he built on a hill ana this one owns the right kind ol a site. You say the links are only four years old? That is hard to be lieve Prom what 1 have seen of the south, there is really no reason why Hot Springs should not become the meeca for all the* Northern and East ern golfers.” Of course. LaudePs interview was not exactly as quoted. That’s be cause it's next to impossible to put bis Scotch dialect down on paper. But It’s the gist of It, as will be at tested to by Professional Hoare. Af ter the golf name louder ana party were driven hack to the city where it was entertained at luncheon In the Islington's grill by Manager Corrtag; ton Then, while Lauder was playing at the Auditorium, and Increasing his wealth, and Mr. Morris was aiding Prauk Head in bundling the vast crow-a tl-.at attended the matinee, Mr. Oorrington secured a carriage for the ladies After driving around the East mountain, they visited the Alligator farm and the Ostrich farm, before returning to the prlvsfte car and awaiting the arrival of Mr. louder and Mr. Morris and the call of “all aboard" for Little Rock. At train-^iim* both Mr Lauder and Mr. Morris said that they had cu r joyed their banner day of the tour in the Spa. Mr. Morris Is one of America’s foremost theatrical men— unjuestlonably one of its garnest operators—and his parting shot was that “Hot Springs was the ideal re sort town of them all in the Coun try." Mr. louder said practically the same, thing. IDEAS FOR SPRING DRESSES According to Information, Printed Silks Will Be Largely Used in the New Costmues. Paris dressmakers are using printed silks of rather florid designs on soft , silks and crepe de chines for linings, especially where plaiu materials are in question. All crepe fabrSes also are in demand for home gowne, and with these the introduction of printed silks will take the form of collar facings and little touches in the waist-bands Muttons will also be covered to small designed printed silk. Sponge cloths, ratine or velour dr laitte, all more or less the same thing, will still find favor In the early spring, but serge and suitings In navy blue promise to be more in vogue than ever. In the navy blue suiting the tiny ; pin stripe is likely to lead the way, ! oae or two coats acd skirts fcaviLf 1 Biready been seen fn this material ' iff1*1 fashion in tal'or m-ides docs not Jb*.t yet show much change. Tb? I lir.es are simple in the extreme 'll;® inverted pleat at front and back, al lowing of a little more freedom ia movement, but retaining the straight , line, is so far the only Innovation. - New Screen*. Many of .be new screen* are exceed ingly beautiful. Those of embossed leather are much In demand Kxcept ta the distinctly Oriental acret-ns there w a reaction against anything like ■sumptuous decoration When cov ered with the new brocades that show gold and silver threads interwoven in the lovely patterns of olden time the screens are much to be desired There Is a slight, tendency to have J the material employed for the screen* match the curtains of diniug rooms. librar.ee and bedrooms MACH MISERY JUST VANISHES _ I NO INDIGESTION, GAS OR SOUR ESS ATER TAKING “PAPE’S DIAPEPSIN.” If wftlftt you just ate is souring on your stomach ffor lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate sour undigested food or have a feeling of dizziness, heart* bum, fullness, nausea, had taste in mouth and stomach headache—ths is indlgeBt ion. A full case of Pape's Diapepstn costs only firty cents and will thoroughly cure your out-oforder stomach, and leave sufficient about the house in case some one else iu the family may suffer from stomach trouble or indi gestion. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula ploinly printed on these fifty cent cases, then you will under stand wUiy dyspectk: trouble of all kinds must go. an dwhy they usually relieve sour,, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion in five minutes. Dlapepsin is harmless and tastes like candy, al though each dose contains power suf ficient to digest and prepare for as stmtiation Into the blood all the food you eat; besides, it makes you rro to the table with a Stealthy appetite; but, 'what will please you most, is that you will feel (hat your stomach and intestines are dean and fresh, and yon will not nend to resort to laxa tives or liver pills for biliousness or constlputton. * This city will have manv Dlapepsin cranks, as some people will fall them but you will be cranky about this splendid stomarth preparation, too. If you ever try a little for indigestion 01 gastritis or any otaer stomach mis ery. Oet some now, this minute, and forever rid yflurself of stomach trou ble and indigestion. MOTHER! WATCH THE CHILDREN’S HOWE if cross. Feverish, sick TONGUE COATEJ GIVE ”SY. RUP OF FIGS.” Every mother immediately rcattM after giving her child delicious .T/mj of Figs that this is the ideal iaxatlw and puysie for tShe children. Kotins’, else regulates the little one's sto* ach, liver and 30 feet of tender bev els so promptly, besides they dewip love its delightful fig taste. If your Child isn’t feeling well; rest ing nicely; eating regularly a>ut act ing naturally It is a sure sign thafca little insides need a gentle, thoro^|| cleansing at once. W.ien cross, rritable, feverish, stoat acili 'sour, breath bad or your little 1 has stomach-ache, uiarrhoea, fof» Throat, full or cold, tongue coatoi, give a teaspoonful of Syrup of Fiji, and in a rew hours alt the foul, cos stipated. clogged up waste, undlgeSH; lood and sour bile will gently ibou ! on and out of its little bowels without nausea, griping or waakneas, and jt* will surely have a fell, nappy aud» smiling child again shortly. With Syrup of Figs you are na drugging your children, being cob* posed entirely of lusious figs, sen* and aromatics, it cannot be harmfsli Mothers should always keep Syrup of Figs handy. It Is the only stomael liver and bowel cleanser and regulator needed—a little given today wll sun a sick Child tomorrow. Full directions for children of a£ ages and grown ups plainly prinW-j on the package. , Ask your druggist for the full nami Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Sentfe prefaced by the t'alttornia Fig Syrup U’o. This is the delicious tasting, gsif | nine old reliable Refuse anythin! else offered. « NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I desire to settle up my business af fairs and pay all debts that 1 maj I ow e or claims that may be outstand ing against me and i hereby nottti] all persons holding claims oi any kiiu against me to present the aaine at once to my attorneys Wood & Wood Central Ave., Hot Springs, Ark "■ i ff M. 11. PEMBERTON. AT ONE HALF PRICE REAL HUMAN HAIR SWITCHES $10 and $l(i Braids at $4.00 and $6.50 The Best. Hair in Town. NEW YORK HAIR DRESSING PARLOR You can say goodbye to constipa tion with a clear conscience if you use Chamberlain’s Tablets. 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