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JoHN G. HIGGINE :: PUBLISHER •FFICK. OLD CITY HALL BUILDING PHONE 111. BUBSCR7pTION RATE®. Ttw Sentinel Record U delivered by •arrter to any part of tbe city ur aoot by ■tall to any adUreaa DNIC YEAR.KM BIX MONTHS. I M IHRKB MONTHS. l.H ONE MONTH .M Bubairlbene falling to set tlie'r paper ■ellv wlil please report aanu- to the office. ENTITLED TO COOPERATION. The statement Issued by Mayor Mc Clendon that he has been powerless to enforce the laws of the city as he would have them enforced because of lack of co-operation front other offic ials, should receive attention from the public, because the enforcement of the law is a matter of some serious moment to everybod Every officer who desires to do his duty in the matter of the enforcement of the law should have cooperation. I aws are made for the purpose of serving civilization; they are intended to mark the tine for one and all; and they are supposed to protect all alike. It law violations are tolerated, the most daring secure privileges that others who have love or respect for the law do not receive Not only Mayor MoClendon but every other mayor before or after should have full aand complete co operation in the matter of law en fi rcement. The most complainis seems to come through the violations of the liquor laws and the violation of the drumming laws. Certainly both are important to the welfare of this resort. Taking these two, and the en forcement of the law against gamb ling, and so much of the strife wou.d be eliminated locally that it could not longer be said we were a people of discontent. BUILDING BUSINESS. 'Hot Springs would like to step Into the limelight and attention of the world during the coming season as the premier hea<th and pleasure re sort. The opportunity to do this I* apparently open to us. If we can over come some few obstacles. One of the things to he done Is to arrange some special entertainment to lure the pleasure seekers; and then to keep hammering away In the adver tising line to the health seekers. The business a big season would bring is needed here now. We are not blinded to the fact that our crop is visitors, and we have had some short crops. We can not blame drouths nor withering storms norpestllence is crop eating bugs or worms for our lack of a crop. We can only blame our lack of effort. We have not sown the field as it should be sown, nor have we prepared the ground as It should have been prepared. But we <an still have the harvest If our ef forts are in the right direction and hsve the co-operation of all working together. The "Buy at Home” idea must be encouragedd by a system of fair ami square deauling between the buyers and the sellers in every line. Eibm there ^TTll not be much buying at home. What we must do is make Hot Bpilugs a utecca now while oilier re sorts are closed, and then give the patrouaagc such entertainment as will guarantee our tutor" Even If it wer^ not for the tragedy of human lives the deniolishinent of beautiful old cities that had stood for centuries, would be crime enough to answer for in this w» This is no time to wage a war In commercial circles in Hot Spring*, even if there are a few who might profit by such a culmination Within a short time the court house and the high school buildings will be back on the public service Jobs bigger than ever before. The president of Krance lias found the Pari-Mutuells helpful. He has ordered a percentage from each set aside for the Red Cross fund. (But by this time you ought to be sufficiently familiar with the names of the rulers to call them Bill and Nick and Eddie. Valley street ought to be purged of railroad tracks and paved to the new passenger slatton. for the first im pressions are lasting, and we ws.il this Arkansas famous resort to have the benefit of the tirst impressions being favorable. We can never hope to beaautify Hot Springs properly until we have tiie co-operation of every avenue ot help. Sometimes a community pays an outsider handsomely to attend to tiie business ttiat it could best attend to itself and lor itseif. Tiie world is beginning to realize now that this war Isn’t fought out in Hie headlines of tiie newspapers. The Littie Hock highway work is going ahead, and tiie subscriptions must move in the same direction. Here is hoping that tiie railroad commission sees its duty and does that duty A it is seen. If a princess is willing to serve on a battlefield, where are tiie loud voiced suffragettes of a few weeks ago? Hot Springs must present an enthus iastic and emphatic invitation to tour ists to bring their autos this season. Tiie state fair will be tiie seccess that tiie people of Arkansas make it AMERICAN REFUGEES ARE COMING HOME AMERICAN RELIEF COMMITTEE IN ENGLAND HAS COMPLETED ITS PURPOSE. Ixmdon, Aug. 19.—8:15 p. in.—The American citizens’ relief committee organized during the financial and shipping panic the first few days of the war ended its existence today alter accomplishments that greatly impressed English observers. Owing to the departure for New York of Theodore Hetzler, Frederick I Kent, William C. Breed and other leaders in the movement, the execu tive committee empowered Herbert <’ Hoover, W. N. IJuane and Joseph H. Day to prepare to turn over the work of tlie committee lo> the Ameri can residents’ committee, which will continue relief measures in conjunc tion with the American embassy. At today’s meeting Mr. Day re ported that 20,000 Americans would sail tills week for home, as against 25,000 last week. On the vessels sail ing this week are accommodations for 210 first-class passengers additional to those sold. Most of the inquiries for these reservations nre coming from persons who had hooked pas sage in the stePrage when tiie rush began to get away from Europe. The French steamship line has re stored its service from Havre to New York. The steamer Kspagne will sail August 22 and the Rochambeau Au gust 29. These sailings will help ;e lieve the situation on the continent. The American residents’ committee handling relief funds is paying out thousands of pounds sterling daily, chiefly as loans. Only a small per centage of tliis money is being ex tended as charity. The American em bassy Is besieged by persons who are expecting money which had been de posited with the state department in Washington and which they believed wouid urrive on tlie United Stales cruiser Tennessee. Ambassador Page is trying to straighten tills tangle. Two steamers sailed today and two will sail tomorrow, two Friday and eight Saturday from English and Scottish ports for the United States and Canada. The American committee has do nated $1,250 to the Boy Scout organ ization,. RELIGIOUS PROFESSION AT HOT SPRINGS. A most solemn and beautiful ce-“ mony was witnessed Wednesday morning at the Home of the Good Shepherd at Hot Springs, at whim Sister Mary of St. Teresa D’Avlia Cabazos took (lie perpetual vows in the Order of Our Iaidy of Charity. The Reverend Mother Superioress Mary of St. Felix invited Very Rev erend P. Enright, vicar general of the diocese, and, in the absence of the Right Reverend ltishop Morris, ad ministrator of the affairs of the dio cese, to receive the religious vows. Mass was said at 7:30 a. m. by the vicar general and it was followed by a most eioquent and Impressive mon by Reverend John U Kenney, chaplain of the Good Shepherd Home and assistant at St. .John’s church :.t Hot Springs. In his sermon, a schol arly and instructive effort, Father Kenney discussed In phrases of beau tifully termed English and of faultless diction with much dramatic effect, first the significance of the Feast Day upon which the ceremony was per formed; second, a brief life history of the founder of Order of Our Lady of Charity, Blessed John Elides; an I last, the subject of religious profes sion. The ceremonial of religious m sion was strictly followed, and this ceremony in the Order of Our Lady of Chi,’1'. „r l..i.,il ,.t ^ ®® o ® ® Q o • •• ••• >•« (V *•♦ *•♦ »*♦ ♦*♦ ♦•* ♦** *** •■» **« a a a aa aa aaaa aa aa aa a a. . a a ' a • i a a « ■ a » - ■ • a,a aB* *^a »,« *,* »a« «r* ♦*» ♦** This Morning Choice of any Straw Hat in the house J5c worth from $2.00 to $5.00 Dunlaps Included H. Strauss & Co. New Thompson Building Finest Men's Store South & commonly called, is the most solemn of its nature in the church. Tile young woman takes file per petual vows of poverty, chastity and obedience in admtion to the special vow of working for the salvation of souls. Blessed John Eudes, the founder if this order, was born in the year 1642. Its honors have multiplied in evpry country, the foundation of Hot Springs being the fourth in the United States. The work of the order is to seek and save the erring, fallen cast outs of society, whom tlie world passes by, yet whom Jesus Christ, the flood Shepherd, loves. It is after Him and in His footsteps and those oi their holy founder that tlie Sisters of the Good Shepherd live and work. No sacrifice is too great for them to undertake when tlie interests of a hu man soul are at stake. Theirs is a blessed, noble • work. Non-sectarian in character, at their home in Hot Springs more than one-third of the children cared for are not of tlie Catholic faith. With such noble souls and seif-sacrificing women in our com munity, is it any wonder that they have the honor and respeet of a!! churches and creeds, and that their Iriends in Hot Springs never hesitato to resimnd to their appeals for the benefit of tlie 'V titution. It is no ex aggeration to say that the Catholic religion in its purity is made better known, respected and loved by the humble, aealous, self-sacrificing Jives of the Good Shepherd Sisters and the community of the city of Hot Springs is duly proud of them. xxx -o—■ CHAUFFEURS FIGHT. Alfred Schick Uses Pistol as Club on Head of Gus Sauls. Considerable commotion was caused on Central avenut- at a iate hour ,u-t night when a pistol was discharged, ui.d by the time the crowd had gath ered a lively scrimmage was Wit nessed between Alfred Schick and (Jus Sauls, botli of whom operate autos for hire in this city. From the report the police gathered Sauls li id been drinking, and Schick had been fearing trouble with him, and had r,? ported the matter earlier in the even ing. Schick stated that when Sauls came up to him in front of the In diana Ciub in a threatening manner (hat lie tried to stop Sauls from com trig on to him, and that when Sauls came on he used the pistol as a club He administered a severe beating over the head to Sauls. Constable Joe Lankford arrested Schick and turned liim over to Night Captain Wheeler of the police department. Sauls’ injuries are not serious. The discharge of the pistol, Schick stated, was occasioned because it was a dou ble action revolver, and that when lie struck the first blow at Sams with it, and missed him, the weapon dis charged on the walk. -o The Case of L. L. Cantelou. The case of L. Is. Catelou, Claren don. Tex., Is similar to that of many others who have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kennedy. He says, “After trying a doctor for several months, and using different kinds of medicine for my wife who been troubled with severe bowel com plaint for several months, 1 bought a 2f>c bottle of (Thamberlain’s Colic, Cholera end Diarrhoea .Remedy. After using the second bottle she was entirely cured.” For sale by all deaiers. Bottled milk ana cream delivered to any part of tihe city, dally. Pure, wholesome and rich. The Pasteu rized Milk Co. Phone 15 4-21-tf —— '-V—■— ——— Lyric Theatre Monday, Aug. 24— Max Figman and Laiita Robertson in “The Man on the Box"—5 big reels— 10 and 20 Cents. 8-19 5t --o A limited amount of money to loan on Improved city property. .1. S. McConnell. 303 4 Citizen* National The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE ^=H. A. JONES. MANAGER -----~—~ THE JVtOST avEOZDHIR-TT HOTEL ITT HOT STPI2/ITTC3-S EOO ROOMS WITH HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER, i AND TELEPHONE. FIFTY j ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS AND TOILETS, Rates $2.50 to $4.00 Per Day, American Plan. \ SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK AND TO FAMILIES • -- ■i ....—.— bath house Operated under the auth- 1 ority of the U. S. Govern ment. Equipped with the most modern facilities for the proper administration of the baths. ; Hot Radio-active water direct from the Hot Springs Reservation. Have Cooper Bros.’ Agent , check your baggage and take bus to hotel. - - _ .——g==3— [NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL! AMERICAN--EUROPEAN 114.120 CHAPEL STREET 2 Blocks From Railroad Stations 2 Blocks From Banks and Postoffice 2 Blocks From Bath House Row See! Inspect This New Modern Hotel ttO Outside Rooms RATES American Plan .. $I0 to $15 Per Week European $ 4 and up Per Week Cheek baggage with Cooper'* Transfer Agent on train. Take Car riage from Rallrooad Station to the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage ea bu* fare* refunded to all gueast making weekly *ngag* menta. J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop. ---—..-—.... ,■ The Jones Apartments "House of Qualify" 332 QUAPAW. PHONE 1011. Modern — Clean — Airy. Ideal location—Just far enough from busy traffic, yet close enough for every convenience. To Baths, Hot Wa ter and Business, 1 1-2 blocks. RATES TO S.UIT THE TIMES. Here's a pleasant, cheery home for your sojourn in our green mountain valley. Also Single Rooms. MR. AND MRS. R. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietors. Formerly of '‘Cozy Inn.” "Pag” Williams invites his friends to inspect. Algonquin Apartments Largest and Best Equipped Brick Apartments in the City. MRS. E. M. SHRIMPL1N, Prop. Hot and Cold Running Water, Steam Heat, Electricity and Gas la All Rooms. Sleeping Rooms Summer Rate* ' 224 PROSPECT AVENUE. PHONE 47* Two Blocks From Bath House Row. The handsomest and best imau hotel In the city. MRS. K. JERWICK’S .rw ffriifj pirTW 136 Prospect Ave. Telephone 158k Very central location—One block of Bath House Row. Hot and cold water In rooms. At tractive sun parlor. Bath oa every floor. SUMMER RATES NOW ON Take bum to ho’el and have £arss refunded Kirby Apartments Apartments furnished for housekeep ing. New and Modern. Hot and Cold Water and Gas. Rates Reasonable. 519 Orange St. Next to Bith Hcuse. Phone 849. Mullery Apartments 116 Carlton Terrace—Phone 1795 Strictly modern light housekeeping suites, every convenience furnished. *3 to 85 PER WEEK SUITE High, shady snd cool—no dust or noise. G. H. MULLERY, Proprietor. ■ .. ' ■ '■ -. PHYSICIANS NOTICE. Phone 777, James Price, trained nurse; 16 years Navy Hospital <’crps u ' " - s 1137 Central Ave. Phon® 16*7 Louis Darch X‘3 Boarding House Single Meals Served. Reasonable Rate®. Our carriage meets all arriving train®. Formerly Mrs. Kriss’ House ! ..— - --- i ■■■ ■ " aft. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Clean Cottages for Rent Furnished *04 PFSFPVE AVE. PHONE 1211 Two blocks from Central avenue. In th« heart of tb® cltv. hut aulet. MRS. L. C. HEWITT. ILLIN OI SHlbTE L HEFFERNAN SISTERS, Prop.. Clean, comfortable rooms, gua heat fn .very emm, with go>d tabl® boarii; half block from bath house*. $7.00 PER WEEK AND UP. P*»m# w''hvj* .era. uat .,>* ua. 210 Central Ave. BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Milstead Apartments iJteam Heat Brick Building. Modern light home keeping Suites; also single rooms with running water. Ideal location. RATES REASONABLE—GAS IN CLUDED FOR COOKING. Two block to Depots and Bath House# 137 CHAPEL RT. PHONE 81U MRS. CHAS. BAKER, Mgr. ______________________ THE GEARY ■ 1« SPRING STREET. Rooms $1.50 and Up Per Week. Housekeeping Apartments II Per Week On. block north of Rock Island depot. E!'■< irlcltv and vat for heat and MRS. R. B^lMNlE, nea E. GEARY Owner end Proprietress. Hotel Putman S Cottage Street. American. 49 outside rooms, Hot and cold run ning water In all rooms. White Sulphur and Iron Spring Water * on premise#. Beat lot your stomardt, kidney and Liver Troubles. Rates. $7.00 to $10.00 per week, F. B. SEYL, Prop. Member 1)1 v. No. TO, B. of L. ■. DAY BOARD $5.00 PER WEEK. KENNEY HOUSE Everythin* strictly up-to-date: all out side rooms: fresh sountry produce, home milk and butter. , Board and Room, $4 and $5 Week. Also rooms for light housekeeping. Chll and see. C. U. HACKETT, Pro*. Phone 143$. Crown Street, Free carrla*# meet# all train#. HURLEY HOUSE PAT HURLEY, Proprietor. RATES—PER WEEK, 1600 AND UP. One blf»ok from pnotofflce, elty hall an* depot: steam heat, electric lights and art modern cony' ; nc.-s __ so. ... csssMi^iatax "•wbsb wxmmtmmmmmmuummmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmm HOTEL Freedom and Convenience*. HOME Comfort and Fellowship. THE - KNICKERBOCKER (“HOUSE OF WELCOME.” 9 Choicest SOUTHEhN Hospitality and Management ■ Nest NORTHERN Appointment* and Construction. /.Kractlv Sen Parlor and Out Door Rest Room. Convenient to Bathe, Theatres, Churches, Stores, tt*. AMERICAN PLAN. Concessions to Coup lie or by th* Week, MRS. K. W. LAUHER, Prop. _Phone |85 228 PROSPECT AVE. T H E COZY IN N American Plan Hotel 131 Chapel St., Tel. 1101. Alton Walker, Prep. A New Two Story Brick Building High location, quiet and home Ilk®; large front yard; all large airy outside ROOMS, cool and pleasant—one block from bath bouse, half block from bus iness center. When you come our way, drop In. There’s always a wel come, and pleasant memories Unger when you stop at rne Cozy Inn. You wi l goon feel at home here and enjoy your stay at the Springs. Rates for the summer $8, $10 and $12.50 per week, with bath privileges. 7* -Til •-.-vftLe.-w^ NEW BRICK BUI LD I NQ—UP-TO-DATE—NEW FURNITURB. THE NEW LEON HOTEL Is Now Open. Summer Rate*. $3.00 to $5.00 per week On. PAtf block Of Hath House R^nd.rn.fc* ana cold „tp „ ,rOT For the next 8 day* I will g!v e special rate* •11 1-2 central ave. ' , . .. . P. J. MURPHY, Prop. IHELAMAR MOTEL ItForpwrly Denman St Parker) *_ . Room and Board—11.00 Par Day American and European. Forty outside room*, newly furnished „„ . "°°ma-»2.00 Per Week and Up. building, steam beat, electric lights TabuPin^i? *2 *,nd modern. flre-proof milk from dairy farm, i i.me an,l „ton ^ »uPPbed with freah vegatablea and locator], next dour to hath house. SpecCu r^tes1^ *®e lor your*«'w- Centrally Elegantly furnished rooms for famlilea ^ , T W6"k or month. M4-212 OUACHITA AVE. lamillea elngla or e„ .Ulta. _ _Take Bu. at Depot. Fare Refunded ^kToUI. WATT*' Prapr'atr^n . THE EDDY HOTEL I H,„ H« 'EFSS, "C.; ,*5” “»»•' »•* HOUSEKEEPING APARTMfmtq . Roome. All completely fornix for ho^k^p,*.1'16' °f 2 “* * __RATE&~f5°0 t0 ^ 000 PER WEEK. Lester Home Hotel No runners or solicitors employed The best meal in Hot SprlnRs at the price. Board and room, |r. BO and $C 00 per week. Home cookfnR served family style; Rood, clean, iarRe rooms (inlet and home like, close In. All vis •tors and O. I. A. welcome. Campbell House J. P. PERRY, Prop. 221 Pleasant Street. One Mock East of Rock Island Depot, Postoffice and Theater. ®°A*D and ROOM- *s per WEEK. URNISHED ROOMS, $1 PER WEEK and up.