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Albert Mendel & Co.
Friday and Saturday Regular Fall and Winter Lines are crowding an! the carried over goads, and ire must get ri<l of them quick. MV are going to sell them at souk price Friday and Sat urday, regardless of the former price marks. A SUIT SNAP. All Carried Over Suits, regardless of the former stilling price, on sale Friday and Saturday $8.00 SKIRT SPECIAL All Carried Over Skirts, many of them still absolutely correct in style, former price does not matter $2.95 _ PETTICOATS A big line of Mercerized Cotton and Seco Silk Petticoats, the best bargain you ever saw at $1.00 SERCE DRESS SPECIAL We have to New Serge Dresses, new models and snappy styles, a famous bargain at $6.50 RED NORFOLK JACKETS Every school miss wants one of these handy and stylish looking jackets, priced for this sale at $2.95 Albert Mendel & Co. AGENTS REDFERN CORSETS AGENTS WARNER CORSETS BELIEVED HE Ellll ] DOSE CARBOLIC AUD ■ ■ > C. L. LEAKY FOUND IN DYING, CONDITION AT ROOM ON MALVERN AVENUE. Had Been Threatening Solf-iiestrur tion and a Commitment Had Been Issued to Place Him in Jail to Pre vent Act. —-— t T C. I*. liWakv, who for abiet a year bad conducted a urnoeery business in one of the Mcljaiightin h'i; lin - on Malvern avenue, died yesteru. after noon suddenly in a rooming house on FRECKLES Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re move Them With the Othine Prescription. This prescription for the removal of freckles was written by a promt neat physician and is usually so suc cessful in removing freckles and giv ing a clear, beautiful complexion' that it is sold by druggists under guarantee to refund the money if It fajls. Don't hide your freckles under a veil! get an ounce of othine and re move them. Even the first few appli cations should show a wonderful im provement, some of the lighter freck les vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask tiie druggist for tlio double strength othine; it is thjs that I Is sold on the money-back guarantee. | 'Malvern avenue, and it is presumed ll'at lit* killtd himself by the use <>l embolic acid, though there were uom the usual acid burns a’> >iu his mouth ’when lie was viewed later nv llejuty (Coronet |>r. Wood. AMemifln Will MciUiuglilin wa. called immodiately when it was fount t ui: the man was in an annual con litbni. lie responded ml sent liar litvtlly for ph vale Ians. V earbollt field bottle was on a chair rear tht '*ted. Mr. iMdfjaujfhlln gave such tm mediate attention to tht' ma.i as lit eoultl lint uibout five minute/ aftei ids arrival I-caky was tlead. iNjuity .To'in Young had a commit nit iii for tlu> man’s arrest, an ) wat ell route to have .placet] him in jai to prevent suicide. It had been re 'l air ted that leak, liatl made state ments that lie wouhl kill himself, and the officer was taking precaution ir ,1] recent such a result when ihe man j prCutbly afraid that lie would lie re strained from the act, procured tht pi ison and took it. At least this is the supposition from t lie* circuin stances surrounding the case. I idle is known of Mr lauiky hero * \ccpt that he came to tho city about a year ago. lie had one son. who some months ago left the city. An inquest w ill be held at the .\1o< 'affert • •morgue this afternoon at 1 o'clock to make further Inquiry into the cause of death •-o MRS. BIERY DEAD. (Mr.- Grace I Itiery, sinter of Mrs ft. O. I ewis. died at the hitter's home yr--t.erday morning alter an dine.'" of several) months. She is survived by a in ''and and two small daughters. The rema us will lie interred at High land cemetery, about eight miles in the country. Rev. DcWitt officiating. -o Bottled milk and cream delivered to any part of the city, daily. Pure wholesome and rich. The Pasteu sized Milk Co. Phone 15 4-21-tf Jones Dairy Farm Sausage We will receive Friday afternoon, ready for delivery early Sat urday morning, our first shipment this season of Jones Dairy Farm Sausage. Those of you who ate this sausage last year know just the “smack of goodness" to expect. Telephone us the amount you want and we will deliver on arrival. LINK SAUSAGE.35c MEAT SAUSAGE.30c 707 Central Avenue Phone 120 ,_ BABY CONTEST AT STATE FAIR STATE WIDE INTEREST IS BEING TAKEN IN THE BETTER BABIES CONTEST AT FAIR. Mothers All Over the State Are Urged to Send Their Babies to Enter the Contest. As very nrar every county in the slate will send an exhibit of Its pro ducts or resources to the State Fair, vvhic.i will lie held in this city No-vom er Iti to 21. so. too. are ttie mothers in every count> to lie appealed to by letle,is and newspaper publicity to have babies from every county en tered in the Hotter Hahv Health Con test. which will be one of the exposi tion's Id'-sgest features. Tills contest, which is being carrier en under the auspices of the Depart ment of Health of the Arkansas Fed eral ion of Women’s Clubs, assisted by the Child Welfare I.eague. is re ceiving the support of the State Fair officials, and, judging bv the cam paign to be made in t'.ie interest of the "kiddies" from now until the fair opens, there i,s every reason to be lieve (hero will lie such an array of baliies entered in this contest that will keep the examining physicians who wiil determine their standard and rate them accordiugly busy from the time the State Fair opens Mon day until Hie date when the winners will lie announced, which will he Frl day. samples 01 me circmai aim — lion blanks were received in this cit yesterday and caused niucli Interest at State Fair headquarters. They can lie secured from 'Mrs. f\ \\ . Garriso* of Little T+ock, who will he ready to serve all applicants, and the entries for this contest will close on the day the big state show opens. ■Col. S. W. Fordyce, president of the Arkansas State Fair Association called at the local headquarters for r conference with Secretary Beldtns yesterday Both officials went over the work that had been accomplished and President Fordyce was niueli pleased with the prowess that ha tlxmn made. 'i believe," he told Secretary Waters, “that the coming State Fati will he the biggest and best that the state has ever seen. (People all ove* Arkansas are beginning to realize that tills is no longer a Hot Springs' proposition, hut a great undertaking in the interest of all the people of Ar. kansum. There are.more county fairs being held tills vear than ever before, and Hie State Fair and the city of Hot Springs has a great friend in Governor Hays, who is visiting all of the county expositions, telling the people tit send their best products to the State Fair, and we must not lose sight of the fact, either, that Hot Sptitigs will he the shipping point of the exhibits that will go from Arkan sas to the Panama-Pacific Exposi tion.” A conference will be held later be tween the State Fair officials and the commissioners of the state's Panama Pacific commission, at which time ar rangements will -he made for outlining an elulxmate program for the “Pana ma Pacific IDay1’ at the State Fair, tt.iieh will be held on the closing day of the State Fair. This event will brittle many notable -persons to Hot Springs and Governor Hays and the commissioners will lx- in attendance. All in all. considering what lias been accomplished thus far, the state interest and the local enthusiasm that, is being aroused, it can safely by stati-d that the next cxixisition of the products and resources of the state will be greater than ever before seen here, and » hen the gates of t ic State I air are thrown open the people of Arkansas will look upon an exposl t:on of which they can truly e proud. NAVAL ACTIVITIES Submarine Returned. Leghorn. via Paris, (k-t. 8, 7 p. m. Tim endue of the Italian built sub marine which disappeared from the tiulf of Spe/.ia some days ago and later turned up at AjaceJo, Corsica, lias ended. Tlie French authorities at Ajaccio, who took possession of the vessel, asked Paris what disposition GENUINE ECZEMA REMEDY. New Remedy That Heals Eczema Quickly. Sorrells Drug Co has so'd hundreds of jars of Hokara. and although they offered to refund the purchase price to any dissatisfied purchaser, not one jar has been returned. While this Is surprising in itself, yet the most marvelous tiling Is the reports of chronic cases of eczema that have been cured by this simple skin food. People who have suffer ed with scales, scabs and even bleed ing itching liavc found relief in Ho Kara. No matter where title eracma, pim ples or other breaking out occurs, whether on the face, hands, legs or body, the application of Hokara should give quick relief, and even the worst or most chronic cases should be cured in a short time. You can buy a libera' sized Jar to day at the very low price of 25c, and vvith every package goes Sorrel's •Drug Company's guarantee to refund the money if It is not satisfactory. J they should make of her. Paris com municated with Home. Italy sent a Jest rover to get the submarine and there is reason to believe that she now is on her way homo under tins convoy. This submarine was commanded by a retired naval lieutenant. Angelo Bel lone, who leavifiu a letter in which he -aid Italian neutrality was a mistake and that it was the duty of every Italian to work individually to firing about Italian intervention in thejvar, headed for the open Hea. Here Hel lene said to his crew that he had been instructed with a secret mission and that he was on ills way to the island of "Corsica. On arriving at \jaooio the crow lie can to suspect that all was not right with the expedition. They voiced their suspicions to the port authort tie*, who took possession of the vessel. All the itnemliers of the crew re turned to Leghorn today from Corsica ami tlie submarine doubtless will b<* hi tlie hands of her owners in a few days. Amsterdam. Oat. 8. 7:20 (). m.—A telegram from Berlin says the even ing papers of the Herman capital an nounce that yin October i! tlie Herman torpedo boat destroyer S-120 was sunk 'by a British submarine lint that nearly all members of tlie crew wore saved. ^ The sinking of the Herman dostrov er was announced by the British ad mi rally Wednesday but the designs tion of the < raft was not given. Tlie s ,'2*> was iniiit in 1904-5 and was 31 n feet in length. She carried three four tonnfilers, three torpedo tubes mid a crew of 50 men. WAR BRIEFS England's War Cost. I-ondon, Oct. S. 10:20 p. m._‘‘This war is costing the country $55 a set ond, day and night,” said Sidney Wetob, well known as a political economist, in a lecture today to the ■school Of economics and political sci ence, of which he was tlie principal founder. The war, i.Mr. Webb said, was equivalent to a specie* of economic earthquake which was upsetting ev erything and presenting everything in a new light. Nobody could predict to what degree of good or evil the would would be changed by the war, the speaker said, hut that the change would be colossal undoubtedly. War and Politics. Paris. Oct. 3.—1:40 a. m.—s.\ dis patch to the OTavas Agency from Cet tinje says: 'it is reported here that the Rou manian Prince (ihika. who lias ar rived at Scutari, will try to profit 1 V the present, critical moment to have himself proclaimed prince of Albania. “Discord continues between the Catholics and .Mussulmans and panic reigns in Scutari. Many families arc abandoning the town.” Ostend to Be Defended. 'London, Oct. 3.—2:20 a. in. -The communal council of Ostend has passed unanimously a declaration that the town is ready for every sac rifice in order to resist the (iorman advance to the last moment, says the Dally Telegraph’s Ostend correspond ent. Women to Hunt Mines. Tokio, Oct. S.—A hundred women shell divers of Hhima province offered their services to the navy to clear the mines from Kiao Chow bay. The of for was- declined by the navy as the law prohibits the employment of wo men in war-like operations. These divers are accustomed to re main in the water for a long period. Their idea was that, unseen by the enemy, they could dive for the mine, near Kiao Chow and remove them to the Japanese warships. COOPERATIVE FARMS NEXT. IPihiladelplun, Oct. 8.--That the suc cess of the individual fanner in America has ija-scd and that * o oper ation is now a necessity, were docla rations by Prof. Paul Work of Corot*.1 University in an address today before the convention of the Vegetable Growers' Association of America. Prof. T. J. Johnson of Norfolk. V;?., told of the progress made by the Vir ginia vegetable growers by co-opera tion anti from other delegates catne expressions that cooperation b»» tween the farmer and the consumer would materially reduce the cost of living. DALLAS APPROVES POOL. Pallas, Texas, Oct. 8 The Dallas Clearing House Association today un animously endorsed the 'St. I.otii* plan for financing the surplus cotton crop. It was announced that the pre motors or the liftu.ooo.ono fund had apportioned Jb.OfHl.OOO as the amount to ho raised by the city of Pallas, and local Imirks immediately [dodged $2. 000,000 of the apportionment condi tioned upon the remaining one-third H>eing subscribed by citizens. Thu subscription of the Dallas banks was made subject to the approval of tho 1’nitod States treasury department. -o— Dr. Z. N Short lias returned to the city and will be in hts office, third flood Dugan Stuart Building 10 9-lmo. -o Sentinel-Record Want ada Get Re reeulte. *■ rpjp i AnGENTA man and WIFE ARE ASSAULTED •BILLY" BARLOW, FORMER WELL KNOWN CLOWN. AND WIFE ARE NEAR DEATH'S DOOR. Little iKock, Ark., Oct. (Friday). The ‘bodies of William Barlow, an aged man. and his wife, were found in their home in Amenta, across tin river from Little Hock, early this morning. The woman hail been as saulted and her throat rut. Tile man’s skull was crushed. Both tire os; c.ed to die. The deed is ascribed to a negro who was seen at the Harlow home early last night. The sheriff and his posse obtained a description of tin* negro and are scouring the country. Barlow was an advertising titan. lk>t.h Mr. and Mrs. Barlow were rushed to a hospital. Ikitli are so badly injured that physicians offer no hope for the recovery of either. iM.rs. Barlow's throat had been cut with an axe and her husband's skull crushed In. Barlow is widely known through out (lie south as an advertising man. circus clown and minstrel man Sheriff Hutton this morning ar rested a negro woman as a suspected accomplice. Barlow Is fir. and his wife 2d. SUMMARY OF THE WAR NEWS That the Germans still are bom barding Antwerp vigorously with their heavy siege guns from three positions and that great damage already has been done “by the shells in the beautiful city is the outstanding feature of the war enws. On the battle line in northern France where tha. contending ar mies are burrowed deeply in en trenchments. the French official i report says the situation is sta tionary. except that tit ~e have be$n several valent encounters between the sillies and the Ger mans, liotable In the vicinity of Itoye. in the department of Somme. No claims of success or acknowledgments ot defeats are made in the report. So violent has been the concus sion caused b.v the detonations of the biigt German guns in the bom bardment of Antwerp Fiat houses 20 miles away were shaken. King Albert at the head of a portion of the Belgian army, is reported to have marched out of the besieged city, from which the populace by thousands previously had fled in panic. Among the few neutrals remain ing in tiie city, where not alone shells from th<* guns of the Ger mans hut bombs fro mtheir air craft are falling, is If. \V. Diode rich. the Vnierican consul, and ihe members of h|s staff. In the oast the Russians claim to have repulsed with heavy losses the German attad s near Weiballen and Philipoff, Russian Poland They declare also that some of the principal forts of (Prmnysl. in Galicia, have been taken by the forces of Fmpcror Nicholas and that the Germans have been driven out of Wloc'o wek, in Poland, across the border from the fortress of Thorn, Fast [Prussia. From the south came a report from fVttiuje that the Servians had defeated the Austrians and occupied RilHk. Herzegovina. Russia is said to have refused to withdraw her troop* from northwest Persia but at tbc same time advised Persia she had tio intention of taking Persian terri tory. -.'V NEGRO SLAYER DEAD. TVigpvillp,. Wis., Oct. 8.—Julian Carlton, negro clipf. who murdered IMfl.mah Borthwiok and five otiiors at tlip Imneaow of Frank I Joyd Wrirht. w eat Ivy Chicago architect near Spring Green, Wis., August in. died today todav from the efforts of p inn vvhtoll ho took iimmeidiatov after the murders. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THE McDON OUGH THOITS COMPANY. Hot Minings Ark.. (>et. |[)||, Tim annual mooting of the stock holders of t.'io Meimnou-h Thoits Horn paiiv will )».• imld at t’lio offices of said, company in the ('Utzons Na tionai Rank building. in the oily of Hot Springs. Garland county, and state of Arkansas, on Thursday, the 22d day of October, 1'JH, for tlio pur. pose of electing directors and for the Warn-act ion of any other business that might probably come before flu- moot lug. and for the further purpose of considering the dissolution of the company, WM. McDONOUGH, Secretary. I’iiIiMkIi on Oct. S and Oof. If.. Mrs. Kellermans REPAIR SHOP. Ladies’, Gents’ and children's cloth tug made over and repaired at rea toiiaWe rates. Now is the time to )avo your winter clothes put in or lor. 114 Exchange Street. . Have Fish Today! Creamed Codfish with baked potato is delightful for breakfast, j luncheon or dinner. BUT BE SURE TO USE BURNHAM & MORRILL'S FISH FLAKES The savory, flavory fresh codfish product, the choice codfish that tastes just right, and is just right. Use it a do on different ways, creamed 1 fish, fish hash, fish balls, curry, scouffle or many other delicious fish d: dies. No soaking necessary—ready for immedi- I ate use. No waste—no bones—no scales— j nothing but flakes of choicest fish. Best of food value at such a little cost. 10 CENTS A CAN Harry G. Smith’s Pure Food Store Ouachita and Orange 2 Phones, 830 and 831 INDICTMENT FOR WILLIAM! MI'iliS FORMER UNITED STATES SENA TOR HELD IN CONNECTION WITH BANK FAILURE. Is Charged With Giving Worthless Notes in Connection With the Gal lagher Company. Chicago, Oct. 8. William l.orimer. voted out of the L'nitod States senate after an investigation on ttie ground hat he had not been legally elected Aas indicted in federal court today m a charge of misapplication of the unds of tiie 1 aSalle Street National tank, tiie forerunner of tlnj. defunct LaSalle Street Trust and Savings aiik. Isxrimer was president of both institutions. The indictment also named Joseph I’. Gallagher, with whom he had been ussoeiated with the contracting firm f Imrimor AL- Gal'agher. a- a co-tl** ' end-ant, charged wiili aiding aud abet ting the alleged misapplication of the funds. The rand jury also returned hi diotiiueuts against three other'V'fl cials of the ilwtnk, Charles It. Mint day, vice president; Charles G Fox, cashier, aud Tliomas McDonald, as sistant cashier. Indictments charging the making of false entries were re turned against these three .Uigust L'T. Today's true hills charge additional violations of this kind. The indictment against l.orimer and Gallagher is. in lit; counts and charges that the I orime.r A Gallagher Coin pany gave worthless notes for a total of $51,500. I/orlnier is charged with misapplication in 'buying for the Link these notes, which he. it h said, know to be worthies <. Federal Judge Carpenter fixed Lori tiler's bonds at $l5.0im and those of Gallagher at $l-ft.ono. The three other defendants a re 1 i lien y on bonds fixed when they were originally in dieted. The foreman of the grand jury said investigation of the case had not been concluded. Try a Sentinel-Record Want Ad. iN THE GARLAND PROBATE COURT. Notice is hereby given that t ie f<>! lowing named administrators, exccn. tors, and guardians have filed (heir respective a< counts in this court tor approval: '.112. Final account of the Hot Springs Savings. Trust and Cuaraniv t'c mpany, guardian and curator of Pm estate of M. II. .Todd. d< ceased 1:11*1. Final account of ('has. I*. Fisher, administrator of the estate of Cluis. H. Fisher, deceased. MU. Filial account of Mary A. Sniltherinan, administratrix of the cs. fate of lienj. F. Stnltberman, de ceased. sp7. Final account of the Arkansas Trust Company. executor of the last will aaul testament of Carrie <’. War'., dc<'eamsl. 4 1 r,. Final account of Smile A. Hor. ncr, guardian of Louise, Zcna ami John C. Horner, minors. fi48. Final account of Harry F. Hector, administrator of the estate ot Ann B. M.itlieny, deceased. *;"n. Final report of Mol He Pryor, administratrix of the estate of James Porter, deceased. 7411. Final account of A. .1. .Mur phy, administrator of the estate^of \V. Ii. Clark, deceased. SHi. Final amount of Hotrt. Taylor, administrator of tin estate of Jerry Taylor, deceased. POT). Final account of Cecil l. Ket ring, administrator of The estate 01 P. M. Kctring. di'ceased. POO. Final aceount of Anna It Archer, administratrix of the estatu of Jack Archer, deceased. 1*13. Final account of M V. Heims, admini t'ator of Hie estate of A t Helms, deceased. And all persons InteroKted in said account* are heretby warned to file their exceptions to simh a« counts. ,f any they have, on or before the sor ond day of the October. IP I t. term or the Prolate Court, or they will he forever burnd from filing exceptions to sin'll accounts. In testimony whereof, 1 hereunto set my hand and . - * •: 11 of said court tliis 7th day of October, 1P11. (.'HAS. H. DAVIS. County Clerk. By Allen Hotchkiss, I). C. 10-S 2t — -o KIRK—THE TAILOR. He will make your suit, do youl ♦ leaning and pressing. 123 Central, Phone *88. lar-tl 25 lbs. GRANULATED SUGAR $1.75 W. W. RAWSON Irocer. I 50 lbs. High Grade Patent Flour . $1.40 Irish Potatoes a Bushel . 1.20 Chickens and Eggs a Specialty. Eggs.25 205 West Grand Ave. Phone 1307. W Ml— IW WBBWHgaMLHI JmmiM GOLDEN’S j PHONE 227 ! MAR K E T WALTER DODSON S. /. ERICKSON, Manager | Dodson Insurance Agency (Successors lo Citizens' Insurance Company) f ire, Windstorm, Liability and Plate Glass Insurance written in first-class “Old-Line” Companies. All kinds of Indemnifying Bonds. Let us write you today—tomorrow may be too late. PHONE 351. G25 CENTRAL AVENUE.