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“Keep Cool Necessities”
Hot Weather's Coming Any Minute,
Why Worry?
Palm Beach Suits (the genuine only) in a large
variety of styles and fabrics, $7.50, $8.50 and $9.
Warranted not to shrink.
White Linen Suits (ultra fashionable), in Eng
lish and Norfolk styles; a winner with the young
fellows; $8.50 and $9.
Mohair and Silk Suits that will retain their
good looks, $15 and $20.
Tropical Worsteds, Unlined English Lounge
Suits, Flannels and Crashes are here, too—
AH “Katz Quality"
Straw Hats, Soft Shirts, “Next-to-Nothing” Underwear,
at prices that’ll make your purse glad.
NOW IS THE TIME-BE PREPARED
Linen Suits made fSuits lor
to your measure dmA Graduation
$10 Up $15 to $35
T r 428 CENTRAL AVENUE
Unpolished Rice |
A Natural Health Food
UNPOLISHED RICE IS RICH IN BLOOD AND
TISSUE BUILDING ELEMENTS.
THIS IS PACKED BY THE KELLOGG FOOD
COMPANY AND CONFORMS TO THE HIGH STAN
DARD OF ALL THEIR HEALTH FOODS.
1 lb. sacks 15c
(kn
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707 Central Avenue Phone 120
GOLDEN’S
PHONE 227
__ MARKET[
OON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
Hot Springs Kennels
Tl.e Largest Kennels in Hip World,
devoted exclusive!) to the breading of
high class Boston Terrier:; ami
French Bull IhigH. The most attrac
tive and instructive exhibit at Hot
Springs,
.Young and matured stock on salt).
K. C. SPENCER, Owner.
End Whittington Avenue Car Line.
For Sale—Angora Cats, Canaria*
and Gold Fish.
INDIANA
ROOF GARDEN
NOW OPEN
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MEMORIAL SERVICES
AT ST. LUKE'E CHURCH
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC
AND SPANISH AMERICAN VET
ERANS TO OBSERVE DAY.
In accordance with the rules ami
regulations of the Grand Army of the
Republic, Saturday. May .'!u, will be
observed as Memorial Day.
The near approach of Memorial Day
serves to remind 'its of the sacrifice
of life made for the preservation of
the Dnion. It is hoped that because
i'f its Vil owed memories the day may
lie everywhere appropriately observ
ed. The commander-in-chief would
respectfully suggest that the public
be invited to participate: that wher
ever practicable, business be suspend
ed while the literary and musical pro
cram is being rendered, that child
hood and youth lie Invited to share In
the exercises and that all pubic
sports that tend to divert the mind
from the lessons of the day tie dis
couraged.
Memorial Sunday should be made a
fitting prelude to Memorial Day. Re
ligion. morality and knowledge are .is
necessary to good government aul
the happiness of mankind now as
when the fathers first so de in red
them to he more than a century and
a quarter ago. The coinmander-lh
chipf would suggest that all the af
Dialed bodies lie invited to partial
i ate w ith the Grand Army of the Kc
public in the religious services oil tile
jSundav next preceding May .10.
Atti ntion is called to the action of
lhe forty fifth national encampment,
which ordered that on Memorial Day
bells he tolled from 12 o’clock noon
to 12:01. that flags he placed at half
mast ami that comrades remain stand
ing with uncovered heads during this
period.
Wo, the Grain! Army of the Kepiib
ic and the Spanish War Veterans, do
cordially Invite all fraternal organ I
zations to attend the Memorial Hay
services to he hell at St. I.uke's
c'nirchon Sunday. May 24. at S o’clock
p.m. The general public is also invit
ed to att< nd the services.
We especially request that on May
21 aT elmrch hells he tolled from 12
o'clock, noon, for five minutes, and
that all Mays he placet) at half mast
during that time. In accordance with
the rules and regulations of the G.
A It and the U. S. W. V.
GUSTAVE OUT 11,
Acting Commander.
Ml Spanish War Veterans arc
hereby ordered to assemble at the
'postoffice Sunday everting at 1: :?<>
o’clock sharp, to attend memorial
services.
By order of Gustave Orth, command
ing.
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TRUNK* at malls
Try a Sentinel Record want ad.
VANDERBILT
DISCARDED
COMMISSION NAMED BY GEN
ERAL CONFERENCE TO LOCATE
SITE FOR NEW UNIVERSITY.
FOUR BISHOPS ON lOMMITTFF
One of the Most Serious Problems in
Methodist Circles for Many Years
is Disposed of Through Handing
Vanderbilt Back to Conferences.
Oklahoma City, Okla . May
'1 lie educational commission author
ized under the Vanderbilt report
adopted by the General tonterence ot
the Methodist Episcopal t'hurch,
South, a few days a-’o, was an
nounced at this afternoon’s session of
hlie conference.
The commission is composed ol
foul bishops, preachers and laymen,
all of whom are prominent in the
councils of the church, selected from
various sections ol the south.
Of tlie laymen some are lawyers oi
wide reputation at tile bar and some
are prominent in business and bank
ing circles.
The commission under the resold
tiou is authorized to carry out the
older of the conference, that the
light of control of Vanderbilt univer
sity be turned 'back and reconveyed,
to the eight patronizing conferences,
from which it was derived by ilie
general conference, ami to take step:
looking to the establsliment of an
other university.
All of tlie members of the commis
sion are not members of the confer
ence, and besides a mere formal oi
ganizution at a meeting held this
afternoon, no definite action will be
taken until the entire commission
can meet together, tihe time of which
has not been fixed.
The business at today’s session
consisted mainly of routine matters,
such as hearing and passing on re
ports of the various committees and
boards and discussing and adopting
plans for the enlargement of UK
work for the coming U'ladrenniuni.
There were three sessions of the con
ference and a lot of routine business
was disposed of,
The general conference in its after
noon session, witli Bishop I. ( • Kil-*
presiding, resumed the call of the
calendar.
Bishop iDenny announced t/he ap
pointment of the commission called
for under the report of the commit t<<
of fifteen on the Vanderbilt ease,
which is empowered to transfer \ an
derbilt university to the eight put
ronizing conferences, and consider
the advisability of establishing a new
university.
The commission is as follows:
Bishops \V. B Murray, W. A
Candler, James H. McCoy and John
r. Kilgo; A. J. Lamar of the Ala
liama conference, Plato S. Durham of
tlie Western North Carolina confer
cnee, Forest J. i’rettyman of Phe Bal
timore conference, William D. Brad
field of tlie West Texas conference,
(i. T. Fitzliugh, Memphis, Tenn.: Asa
(1. Candler, Atlanta; W. <i. Thomas,
Chattanooga, Tenn.; John IV Scott,
Shreveport, Lu.; H. R. Fitzgerald,
Danville, Va. I B. Cockrell, Dallas.
Texas: T. T. Fishburne, Roanoke.
Va., and William D. Thomson, \t
latita.
The matter of removing tlie time
limit on preachers, when a majority
of bishops shall agree, recommended
by the committee on Wpiscopnoy. we. :
tabled.
Tlie committee on (tliureh relation:
reported the tollowing nomination
for members of tlie federal council
of Methodism:
Bishops A. W. Wilson. K. K. ILisfl
Collins Denny; Kevs. Frank M.
Thomas, \V. J. Young. John M.
Moore and M. L. Walton. H. N. Sn>
der and Percy 11^ Madden.
The college of liishops of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church, South, in
session here this afternoon made out
its plan of Episcopal visitation for
the coming conference year. Tlie
oliureh, under the custom, is divided
inter districts, and a bishop assigned
to hold the conference in each par
ticular district.
Third District—'Bishop II. C. Morri
son. New Mexico. Pecos, X. M„
October 14; Little Rock, \rk., Nv
vemlier 2a; North \rkansas. Bates
vllle. Ark., December 2. Florida, Ar
cadia. Fla., 1 decern tier lfi.
The niglit session of the confer
ence, with Bishop w. B. Murray pre
siding. was devoted to consideration
of reports of standing committees
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I OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT
IS NOW OPEN
We solicit your business and promise the same
reasonable prices,which prevail through
out our other I)epartments.
fighting in tampico’s outskirts i
Advance trenches of the federate outside Tampico repulsing an attack
by the constitutionalists. These soldiers and their mates llnally were driven
from the city and fled to the south.
involving the reorganization of edu
cational work, changes in tin* consti
tution of the hoard of mi don *1<‘
signed to facilitate the work of the
woman’s department. Tito reports on
these subjects were adopted.
The work of the church extension
hoard in its efforts to increase the
loan hind to $Jt>o,0 ui was endorsed.
The anti-saloon league and -ts
work was endorsed by the adoption
of a report which took high ground
against the liquor traffic.
The Sunday school hoard, educa
tional hoard ami trustees or the su
peranuute fund were elected. I lie
conference adjourned until it o clock
tomorrow morning.
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Dr. M. G. Thompson has returned
to Hot Springs and can tie found at
his old offices, o\er Uunly’s drug
store. 4-1 ltf
Crystal Street
Sanitarium
a. K, MARTIN. Owner and Manager.
Equipped with Operating Room
md Modern Appliances, not only for
the Surgical Patient., hut a Home for
• he Invalid and Rheumatic.
Morphine, Drug and Drink Habits
Oared for. Experienced and Educat
ed Nurses in Attendance
Telephone 1655, No. 1 Crystal Street.
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS.
SECURITY BANK
«
HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS, TRUST
AND GUARANTV COMPANY. 1
A ROLL OF HONOR
BANK
' built to Withstand the Storm
Capital $100,000 Surplus $75,000 '
L. G. Reader
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
We wish otir friends to know w«
arry everything In the grocery line
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city
1201 CENThAL AVENUE
W. W RAWSON
CHICKENS. EGGS,
FRESH MEATS.
205 West Grand Ave.
Prompt Delivery to Any Part of City.
We make a Specialty of Poultry.
K-' -’b, ete.
Cal' 1307— Wf can supply you.
FANS, nil Kl/,, ■<, rlyht ini'-e-i.
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DR PACE'S SANITARIUM ,
HOT SPRINGS, AltKAN'IA!
Sanitarium, 432 Spring StreeL
Oily Office, R2S 1-2 Centra;
Money to Loan
THE EQUITABLE
Building and Loan
Association
A HOME INSTITUTION
Will Loan You Money In any amount to
Pulld or Improve your home.
Payment In Monthly Installments to Suit.
For full pm th-ularg call at Keen . triry'*
office.
K F. K1.K1N, Pres
HIRAM WlllTT/NOTON, Ken.
W. K Hi iRHKI.IJt, K. P rut,I,INCH. M
J HKNDKKKON. Directors.
621 CENTRAL AVENUE.
PRACTICAL PAINTER. HARD WUUll
FINISHER AND DECORATOR.
Artistic frescoing a specialty. Why
not have your homes made beautlfulT
Have plenty of references.
G. HANSEn
7*6 N llunhn St Memphlg Ten".
Coffee - Coffee - Coffee
I wish to call your particular attention this morning to coffee. I
carry in stock some of a- popular brands oT coffee as is sold in this city.
I Hut ||,erc is one line in particular that I am va ry enthusiastic about, mi l
I that is the coffee that is roasted and tacked by the
Wm. Schotten Coffee Co., St. Louis
They are anion, e the la rue - I importers and roasters of high quality
coffee in this country, and i lie ievc that I have sclcctisl from their brands,
blends that will fii very near every coffee taste in tin* city.
1 well rememl'i r the blends usi | by old customers, the priests and
the way they liked their col fee ■.•round and if favored with a call from Yot
! will try my hesi to send yon a pound of coffee that will win for me your
entire coffee trade.
Harry G. Smith’s Pure Food Store
Oi'A<MIITA AND OIIANOE. PHONE :'.2fi.
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