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H. Strauss <S~ Company’s Of Their $50,000 Stock Starts Saturday, March 22, at 8:30 A. M. At Their Old Location 340~342 Central AVe. Thompson Block Secret Societies MASONIC. Hot Bprlng* Oommandery, No 5. K. T., in-oia every fli'M Monday K. V l». WU.8WORTH. E. C. Hot Spring* Council No 23, It. & S. M.. meets every second Monday after Chap tar. E H. KU.KWORTH. T. I M Hot Spring* Chapter No. 47, R. A. M., ttiMU every aecomt and fourth Monday* L. H. BARItY. H. 1* Hot Springs r.talge No. 62, F & A. M.. Masonic Temple, firrt and third Fridays at $ p. to. JAS. 8. REA MET. W. M South Hot Fining*, near end of Ouachita avenue ear line, second and fourth Fri days at 7:30 p. tn. CKO 11 BRENNER, VV M Itobt. Cartney, Secretary. EASTERN star. Hot Springs Chapter No. r.ft O E S. Sli sprite Temple, third Monday at 8. MRS A W. HKRItOW, W M Mr* J. It Dentfcy, Secretary. I 0-0 F Hot Springs Valley l.odgc No. 67 meets every Monday night at 7:30 in odd Fel lows Hail, I’roappot Ave. and Exchange Nl- Visiting brothers always welcome. Office nf Noble Grand on second Moor. H T». VAN PATTEN. N. G. ROUT. KOKIll.Kf!, Secy. Hot Springs Encampment No. $, T. O. o f . niceis second ami fourth Tuesday nights In Old Fellows hull, corner Pros pect unit Exchange. All visiting Patri arch pica sc attend. J. VV. ELLISON. C. J. Garland Rebecca Lodure. No. 79 1. O. O. F.. meets every first nml third Tuesday night at Odd Fellows' hall. i)i:i,a m nnornn, n. a lira. Maggie Octlc rs, Secretary. K. OF P. Meet* every Tuesday night 614 1-2 Central Avenue. ROUT. IT LOWER, c. c. J»s. S McConnell. K of rt Mr P Hot Springs T.oflgr No. S.sn, meets every Wednesday evening S HO sharp, second floor Masonic Temple Building Visiting Prathers cordially invited Sumpter laidge No. 4 19 W. A A M., S P. MoKFFlIAN. E. It Red mend Joyce, Secretary. M. W. OF A. Hot Springs Camp No. 1.124.1, Modern Woodmen of America, meets at SOJ t-i Central avenue on the second and fourth Wednesday ;tl S p. m. C. A McCoutiell and A. W Harrow plivstetans W ft W1 LI .I A M.SON. V C. J J. Hlchman. Clerfe. w. o. w. Silver I.eaf Camp No. S Woodmen of the World, meets nt Moose hall, 720 1-3 Central avenue, first and third Thursday SHUR-EZY OXFORDS Made ty StacyAdams Guaranteed not to slip at the heel ^ Call for the Carleton. made ontaflat last, Blucher style, with a lowflangeheei Price, $6 Parker Shoe Co. “Better Shoes for Less Money” 612 Centra! Ave. nights of each month, Visiting sovereigns invited to attend. D. 8 BARNR8, C. C. J. J. Hickman, Secretary. WOODMAN CIRCLE. Meets every first and third Fridays Visiting sovereigns Invited to attend. LIRR1E O'NEAL, Guardian. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY Hot Springs Council No. 2016. Knights and Ladles of Security meet at Oddfel low's hall, 2nd and 4th Thursday nights Visiting member* cordially welcomed. HR JOHN KEWKEB, 1'tea. J. J. Hickman, Secretary. El wood Smith, Organizer L. O. O. M. Hot Springs Lodge No. 604, Loyal Order of Moose, meets every Friday evening Id the Moose hall, 720 1-2 Central Ave. vis iting brothers cordially Invited OR. JOHN M FKWKF.8. Dictator. J. W. SttTalr. Secretary. F. O. E. Aerie and club rooms located at No 614 Central avenue. Hot Springs Aerie No. 61, meets evety Thursday at 8 p. m. Visiting Eagle* and ladies are always welcome. Club rooms open from 9 a. m. until 10 p. m., except Tuesday anC Wed nesday. JOHN P MAT, W. P EDWIN J. LAMB. Secy. F. O. Box 17 FURNISHED ROOMS AND COTTAGES for light housekeeping; ten dollars per month and op. l.'lti East Grand Ave. Phone 1798. S. CM ..EM ENT. 3-14*1 mo lias opened offices in the Sumpter l ittle building, Rooms 1 and 2, wht?re | he will he found for the practice of Inw In all the courts of the district except the county and probate court. 3-13-tf Doctor S. n. Weil's friends and pa tients will find him In the Arkansas National Dank building in Dr. Breed love's office. 3-S-lwk Very important for home and of lice, a |3.B0 complete map of the world with map of Arkansas, 1’. t and Parcel Post System, special 8<e <\ .1. Foley, 230 Central Ave., phone 1208. 18-61. Spaghetti and Chili Parlors DOMINICK’S ODD STAND, 335 alvem Avenue. Spachettl and Chili Dinners a Specialty. Trnmsclent solicited Open all night. | Under new management.. ROB7. C. ADKINS, Mgr. BASE BALL DANCE AT THE EASTMAN SPECIAL PROGRAM IS ARRANGED IN HONOR OF VISITING BALL CLUBS. Hot Springs ha?1 had hut few pret tier or more enjoyable balls than the Baseball ball given at the Eastman hotel last night. Manager Osborn ar ranged the new feature in houor ot the Spa's gallant baseball visitors— the Boston World's Champions and the Pittsburg Pirates—and such a big hit was scored that it goes on the social calendar as an annual mid March feature. The Baseball ball drew a packed house. The Bastrnanites turned out in full force. Young and old. They were on hand to pay full tribute to the heroes of the diamond, their fel low guests. The Arlington sent down its share of handsome women and manly men, while all the other fash ionable hotels had liberal representa tion. Then, the resident smart col ony, particularly the youngest ser, was present in goodly numbers. The ball was a distinct success. The floor committee, composed of Clarence Owens, the National Teague umpire; 1). J. Davies, Sporting Editor of the Pittsburg 'Dispoi-h; L. K Murdock, Sporting Editor of :he Boston Ameri can; B. J. Sweeney of Cleveland, Ohio; W. A. Stuart of Tulsa, Okla., one of Pittsburg's oid seeond-saokers; Dewey Mickey, of St. Leu is, and J. \V. bamheth, one of Mr. Osborn’s aides, batted at a .400 clip. They saw that the ball players didn't muff many dances and assisted them in making many a double play. Howard Camltz, Main Hyatt, Dutch Leonard. Charley Adams. George Gib son, Trig Speaker, Joe Wood, Garland Stahl, Forest Cady, Leslie Nunatnak er, Ched Thomas, Buck O’Brien, Charley Hall, Aainswo;th. Yerkes, Duffy Lewis, Kelly and Marty O'Toole, are just some of the diamond notables observed on the floor. Owing to poor Bobby Byrne and Butler being laid up in their rooms in the Bast man hotel, with Dr. Bol lings in attendance, all night, at the request of President Barney Drey fuss, till* Pittsburg players were not as fresky or as happy as they would have been but for so much ill fortune hitting their camp. .Most of them re tired early. In fact, "taps” for a ball player on a training trip never comes later than 11. Too much credit cannot be given Mr. Osborn for his handsome, likewise appropriate decorations. All in all. his newest feature must take rank with one of the ’season’s” smartest successes. The score cards~~beg par don, dance programs—were beauties and the supply of 1,000 was quickly gobbled up and mailed to the four corners of the land as souvenirs. The "llne-np” of the dance numbers fol low: 1— Two-Step. Wood, "Tessie.’’ 2— Two-Step, Speaker, "Texas Tom my." 3— Waltz, Stahl, "I'm the Guy.” First Kxtra, Carrigan, "H (c) Arrl gan, That’s Me.” 4— Two-Step, Wagner, “Happy Heine,” 5 Two-Step, Bed lent, “I’m No lin ger Lonely,” 6— Waltz, McAleer. “Jimmie, My Scotch High-Ball.” (Bluebell.) Second Kxtra, Collins. “Better Late Than Never.’’ 7— Two-Step, Wagner, "Down Where the Wurzburger Flows.” 8— Two-Step, Byrne, “I Want What 1 Want When I Want It.” 9— Waltz. Clarke, “Farmer’s Barn Dance.” Third Extra, Dreyl'nss, "The Whole Thing.” 10— Two-step, O’Toole, "Watch My Smoke,” 11— Two-Step, Onmnltz, “In Old Kalmuck.” 12 Waltz, Wilson, “My Wife Won’t Let Me” DEMENTED COWBOY SHOOTS OFFICERS ATTEMPTS TO HOLD UP CITY HALL AT BUFFALO AND FA TALLY SHOOTS OFFICER. Huffalo, N. Y.. March 19.—Joseph Stefunski, a cowboy from (leyser, Montana, apparently demented, threw officials at city hall into a panic this afternoon when he entered the maj or's office and opened fire on the i clerks and a policeman on duty there. Charles E. I .ant?, a policeman, who grappled with the man, was shot four i times but probably wilt recover. Stefunski called twice at the office | this morning asking for Mayor Fuhr mann, or his secretary. This alter noon he called for the third time. Addressing Chas. Egloff, license clerk, he asked for the mayor Kgloff told him the mayor was out. “Well, I want $100," said Steftin gki. Bgloff tried to parley with the man •while l.ang, who had overheard the demand for money, walked toward him. The sight of the officer appar ently alarmed Stefunski. who stepped hack apd drew a revolver, yelling: 'Til get that hundred or know the reaion why.” Lang closed with Stetnnski, but was unable to seize the revolver. Stefun skl fired five shots, four of which lodged In l^ug's neck and shoulder. The fifth, aimed at Kgkiff. went wild, tstefunski shook off his wounded an tagonist and began to reload his re* volver. While a deputy sheriff stood at one door of the mayor’s office flr | ing a revolver In .Stefunski's direction Detective Sergeant Herman Burk- ( Best China Matting Spe cial all This Week. 34c Regular 40c Quality Just Received A Big Shipment of ice Boxes The Best for the least Money _Jhe Ihin^syou^eed Special March Discount Sale In order to Reduce ourjlarge Stock, we will place on sale everything in the House at a 1-3 Cut. Now is the time to lay in your supply for the summer, don’t pass this sale up, as it will be a big loss to you. Cash or time Payments. GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE CO. Hot Springs’ Furniture Center 220-222 Ouachita Avenue Phone 1079 America's Great Diamond House. Established It29. You are Cordially Invited to Visit Jaccatd’s Branch and see the magnificent display of DIAMONDS, PEARLS, WATCHES. GOLD NOVELTIES and JEWELRY. Conte and gee this beautiful collection of the finest quality diamonds, imported direct (rorn the cutters, mounted in our own factory and offered to you at IM PORTE R S’LOW E ST PRICE. Mermod, Jaccard & King Co. BRANCH 502 CENTRAL AVENUE hardt rushed in and overpowered the man. At police headquarters Stefunski declared he was an anarchist and had gone to city hall to "shoot'em all.” In his pocket was a curiously worded document which the police regard as further evidence of the man's unbal anced mind. It was written on the stationary of a Great Kails, Mont., hank and purported *0 he an order for $100,0000 Stamped upon it in sev eral places were the words "Joseph Stefunski, cow-puncher" after which was written in ink "big rich man.” Stefunski said he was a native of Poland. FORT SMITH YOUTH CHARGED WITH MURDER IS ACCUSED OF SHOOTING HIS SWEETHEART AND THROW ING BODY IN A WELL. Fort Smith, Ark., March 19. Ar I thur Tillman, 22 years old jockey and baseball player, was arrested here to day, charged with the murder of his sweetheart, Wenda Stevens, 19, whose body was found in a well on the farm of her parents, near Delaware, last night. The girl had been missing since March 10. She was shot twice in the head. A heavy stone was fas tened to her neck with a piece of wire that was tightly drawn. Tiie body was found under a targe pile of rock that had been dumppd Into the well to conceal the crime. Parents of the girl found a letter written by HORNE’S Wild Animal SHOW Moat stupendous aggregation of wild animals ever exhibited in Hot Spring* SEE the Mother Monkey and her ba by. Also the world famous man-eat ing African Mon. ‘SULTANA.” 1,000 Live Alligators on exhibition a The Gator Farm and Marine Museum ONE ADMISSION TO ALL. THE ’GATOR FARM AND MARINE MUSEUM. OPEN ALL DAY. Tillman, they allege, asking her to meet him at their tryating place on I the night she disappeared. Tillman left home Monday and was arrested yesterday at Knoxvihe, Arkansas, where he escaped. The Sentinel-Recorn is authorized to announce Wayne It. Moore as a Republican candidate for alderman from the second ward, his candidacy being subject to tae votes of the peo ple in the city general election. HEADACHY, CONSTIPATED, BILIOUS, TAKE DELICIOUS “STROP OF FIGS" REMOVES THE SCUM FROM THE TONGUE, SWEETENS A SOUR GASSY, BILIOUS STOMACH; CLEANSES YOUR LIVER AND 30 FEET OF BOWELS WITHOUT GRIPE OR NAUSEA, If headachy, bilious, dizzy, tongue coated, stomach sour and full of gas. you belch undigested food and feel sick aud miserable, it means that your liver is choked with sour bile and your thirty feet of bowels are clogged with effete waste matter not properly car lied off. Constipation is worse than most folks believe. It means that thU waste matter in the thirty feet of bow els decays into poisons, gases and acidH and that these poisons are then sucked into the blood through the vary ducts which should suck only nourish ment to sustain the body. Most people dread physic. They think of castor oil, salts and cathartic Pills They shrink from the after ef fects—so they postpone the dose until they get sick, then they do this liver r.nd bowel cleansing In a heroic way— they ^have a bowel washday. That is all wrong. If you will take a tea spoonful of delicious Syrup of Pigs to night, you will never realize you have taken anything until morning, when all the poisonous matter, sour bile, and clogged- up waste will he moved oti and out of your system, thoroughly but gently no griping no nuusea no weakness. Taking Syrup of Pigs i* a real pleasure. Don’t think you are drugging yourself; tt is composed entirely of luscious tigs, senna and aromatics, and constant use ran not cause injury. Ask your druggist for “Syrup of I'ins and Pllxir of Senna,” and look for the name. California Pig Svrup Company, on the label. This is the genuine old reliable. Any ttfher p|„ > yrup offered as good should he re fused with contempt. Don’t lie Im posed upon. Dress Forms Mrs. Marion Oixon PRICE $7.00 121 CREST ST. DANCE Phone 481 The METZ Dancing Academy 720% Central Ave Over Royal Theater. Mr*. Metz, formerly Mr*. Babcock. Established for Year*. Dress Forms Mrs. Armstrong Is now located at 118 Ledwldge street, (which is street op posite street car of fice, No. 737 ParK Ave.), making 'her famous Dress Forms —satisfaction guar anteed. References given. Call phone No. 1901 for information A11 Aboard for DOBRY’S WHERE FAMOUS SPRING CHICK EN MEALS ARE SERVED DAILY. _ PHONE 1849. METROPOLITAN CAFE 703 CENTRAL AVE. Walters courteous and obliging. Blanke's Coffee and Teas with pure cream. Best of everything at reaeon* able prices. Phone V * N. It.—Write to: Chattanooga MsJl* cine <*u., Ladies’ Advisory Dept.* Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special In* »iructions on your case and 64*P*E® hook. "Home Treatment for Women," s'*ut In plain wrapper.