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The Sentinel=record. (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1900-current, October 09, 1914, Image 3

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Friday and Saturday
Special Sale
LADIES SILK VELVET HATS, with soft crowns and
' straight brims, $2.50 quality 75
LADIES SILK VELVET HATS with stiff crowns and
straight brims, $2.98 quality $1.75
NEWEST SHALES, BLACK VELVET TURBANS,
$2.98 quality $1.75
Willey’s Hat Shop
SUCCESSORS TO IWSCFI SISTERS |
250 OUACHITA AVENUE 8
nr -tin-nrm—1—pit.r m 1 » ■iimiwi BinMimniii»iwii
HEN TOOK FLIGHT FROM THE
CITY BUT WAS ENCOUNTERED
BY LITTLE ROCK POLICE.
'oke Down at the Police Station
When She Was Detained and Told
That She Had ffan Away to Prevent
Whipping.
Die Little Hock Gazette contains
' following announcement of the
rapade of a Hot Sprints high
iool girl who came to grief when
e was detained in that city en route
St. Louis, and dressed as a hoy:
‘When Chlcir of Police COiswell
(1 Patrolman Bbey walked out m
j city hall at 7 o’clock last night
n saw standing on tlie corner at
i.rkhann street and iKnmtway what
sy thought was a very pro'.ty
ung man.
“Ain't he cute?' said Chief'Cogs
m ;
Special Sale
BEGINNING
Saturday, Oct. 10
Continuing 10 Days.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
UP-TO-DATE
Millinery
Including Trimmings
AT
i educed Prices
I A GREAT OPPORTUNITY
I TO SAVE MONEY
HAUMANT
I Millinery
I 138 CENTRAL AVE.
I PHONE 2119 '
well, who has a particular grudge
against cute young men.
“'He's too (‘inte,’ answered Patrol
man Bbev.
"The object of 4hose remarks stood
still and eyed them timori.uslv from
under a heavy cap, from the edges of
which fell 'great blonde eur b. that
covered the neck, about which hung
a lava Her.
" 'That’s a funny young man,' spoke
the chief.
“'Yes, it is,’ replied Patrolman
Bbev.
"Vome here, 'troy, and let us look
j at you.'
“The shy figure, dressed in long
trousers and a coat that hung loosely
from two slender shoulders, ap
proached timidly and was taken into
the chief's off ice, wljere a dose In
spection allowed that the shirt the
young man wore belonged to a wo
man.
“ ‘What’s your name, hoy?' asked
the chief.
"The 'hoy broke down, two sets of
ehnliby fingers began to gc-uue grea'
tears from two l»ig bine i yes and
Chief Cogswell almost fell out of his
chair when n girlish voice replied be
tween solis. ‘Bather Queen. I live in
Hot Springs, and ran awn, from
home because my papa whipped me.
I am going to iSt. Louis to live with
my sister. 1 couldn't get awav unless
I wore nu n's clothes. I am I t years
old, and igto to high school at Hot
S'pr'nigs.
'Miss Queen said sic- weni from
Hot Springs to Malvern in a buggy,
and cajne to Little ‘Ra"U by train.
She had enough money to buy 11
. ck< t to Little Rock.
‘Tito young girl was tun .d over to
I'dice Captain T. M. Clifton, who
took her to the detention 11 mo last
algid. She probably will lie re'urned
to Hot Springs today."
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Notice to the Public
The Indiana Bar, Roof Garden and
Cafe, on account of revocation of
liquor license, Is now selling soft
drinks of all kinds and Is open to
the public both afternoons and even
ings with high class cabaret sihow in
connection. Your patronage is ear
nestly solicited and will be highly ap
preciated tiy the management.
9-3-tf C. G. BRYAN.
DON’T FAIL TO VISIT THE
OAKLAWN MINERAL WELL
Two blocks west of Oaklawn Race
Track. This water is noted for its
cures of Liver, Kidney, Bladder and
Stomach troubles Constipation and
Eczffljna. Delivered da.iy In 1-2 Gal
lon Bottles, $1.00 per week. If you
have Kidney Trouble, Eczema or
Stomach Trouble, be sure and try it.
Rhone 1496.
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VINCE VALLORY DEAD.
Vince Vatllory, formerly '.tor man
ager for the Indiana, calburet, died
suddenly at his apartments on Pros
pect. avenue Wednesday night. He
liad not ilteen ill, and was apparently
in high spirits shortly Itefore his
death. His death was attributed to
heart failure.
i BEAUTIFUL new goo«s arriving dally at
Mrs. C. Higgins’ Art Btors. 606 Uentral
A vs.
Society!
MRS. D. A CROCKETT, Editor. Celpphoiw22«
Mail Items to 120 Uarland Ave. 1
:—--:-———--—- -‘
Musical Art Club, Mrs. Jacques F.
Manier, Hostess.
"There is in souls a sympathy wish
sounds
And as (lie mind is pitched Che ear is
pleased
With melting airs of martial, brisk
or grave
Some chord in unionjj witli what we
hear
Is touched within us, and the heart
replies.”
\\ it.i autumn comes the opening of
the club season of tlhe gentler sex.
This is an auspicious event in club
life, eagerly anticipated by the loyal
workers.
The fall opening of the Musical
Art Club, the select musical club of
tlie city, is attended witli especla. in
terest as tlii' programs rendered by
thi« organisation are especially de
lightful and elevating, the club pur
pose being “The upbuilding and up
Holding lllie love and culture of music
by our best and constant effort."
-Mrs. Jacques K. Mauler proved a
most gracious and charming hostess
yesterday afternotm when the mem
bers of the Musical Art Club assem
bled at her attractive home on Hob
son avenue.
The guests were cordial.y received
liv Mrs. Manier in the handsome re
ception hall and soon presented an at
tractive picture of fashionably gown
ed ladies seated about in groups 'u
spacious apart merit formed by the
large music room and reception iha.l,
wuieli are only separated by a mu al
ive eolonade.
The keynote of the entire musical
program arranged by Miss Josephine
Brown, was Hie study of the musical
artist, Schubert.
Owing to the absence front the city
of several prominent club members,
ttie committee re-arranged the pro
gram witli substitutes who proved de
liglhtful additions to the program.
Tne following excellent program
was rendered:
Paper—'Life of Schubert, Mrs. Sam
McKeehan.
Piano Solo—“Mardi Gras,” Mrs. G.
E. Marsh.
Vocal Solo—“Goodbye,'’ Miss
Madge Witt; encore, "Four Leaf
Clover.
Piano Solo—Impromptu No. 1, Miss
Josephine Brown.
Vocal Solo—"O, Thou Sublime
Sweet Evening Star,” Miss Juanita
Gilliam; encore, “Love Is a Bubli.e."
Violin Solo—“Ave Maria,” Mrs.
Jacques Manier.
Business session.
Each number on the program was
splendidly rendered and greatly en
joyed by the appreciative audience.
The piano solo rendered by Mrs.
Claude Marsh, and the violin solo by
Mrs. Jacques Manier were especially
beautiful selections. Tlhe skillful in
terpretation and execution of tae
artist's compositions by these ladies
W’as marked.
Mrs. Hugh Steele accompanied Miss
Witt splendidly with the piano when
she sang with such beauty and ex
pression tw’o lovely numbers.
Mrs. Claude Marsh proved a skilled
accompanist when she played the
piano accompaniment for Miss Gil
liam.
A short business session followed
tlhe program.
Mrs. J. E. Harper, tne district
president, was asked for a talk. She
responded with a few graceful, well
chosen remarks in which she remind
ed the club ladies of the meeting of"
club presidents to be heid at the Mar
quette hotel this afternoon. Also of
tliilie club work of tne A. F. W. C. at
the State Fair.
The president appointed Miss
Children Shoes
AT
Popular Prices
FOR GIRLS—Style 63, Gun
Metal Button, Cravenette top, 5„
to 8, $1.00.
Style 71—Illustrated, Button
Gun Metal, 5‘to 8, $1.75: 8 1-2:
to 11. $2.00; 11 1-2 to 2, $2.50.
I
BOYS' SHOES—In Gun Metal
Button and Lace, $1.50, $1.75 to
I $3.50.
Ike Kempner & Bro. I
•'The Shoe Store Ahead.” |
Madge Witt to represent Iter at the
meeting today as she would be absent
from the city.
A delegate and alternate were
elected to represent the club at the
meeting of tile Little Rock district
of the A. F. W. ('., which will con
vene in tnis city November 11 to 13
inclusive, tfho choice falling on Miss
Josephine Brown as delegate and
Mrs. Claude Marsh as alternate.
Following the business session Miss
l.ucilc Woodcock, by special request,
played charmingly one of her origi
nal compositions, rendering ii in a
breezy, spirited, classy manner.
Miss Woodcock is a musical genius
from tier infancy a musical prodigy —
playing beautifully difficult music
without training.
Following this musical treat, the
guests were invited into the elegant
dining room, which is entered from
tne music room througjh large double'
doors.
Assisted by Mrs. C. K. Marsh and
her mother, Mrs. J. K. I*. Ilale, the
hostess dispensed hospitality by serv
ing a delicious ice course.
Merry chatter was now the key
note ot' the entertainment until tlie
guests hid a lingering farewell.
Those present were: Mesdames C.
M. Roberts, John H. Woodcock, Sam
McKeiiiiuu, J. K. I*, iiaie, C. F. J.
Tate, Hugh Steele, Joiiu S. WooJ.
Carl Miles, Heller, .). E. Harper,
Claude Marsh, David A. Crockett, the
hostess; Misses Madge Witt, l.iicile
Woodcock, Adele Johnsou, Juanita
(fiiliam, Josephine lirown, Ruth Dean,
Eugenia Swearingen.
Announcements.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St.
Lake’s chprch will conduct a sale of
home-made bread and cake at Mor
ris Drug Store Saturday.
The Ramble S. 1. A. will meet at
3:30 this afternoon in the school
building. Full attendance of member
snip is desired.
* *
Dr. Z. N. Short has returned from
Alabama, where he had been on a
visit to the sick bed of this fat.ier,
who had been very low, but who is
much improved.
* * *
Judge O. H. Sumpter went to Lit-\
lie Rock yesterday • n a legal mission.
• * *
Airs. Archer Wadley if Texarkana
arrived in tile city Thursday', visiting
her aunt, Mrs. lleile Bradley.
* * *
George W. Hensley and Yl.net
Drown, two well known nimtrods
came to the city late yesterday after
noon with a splendid string i>f IdtwA
bass as a result of the day’s outing.
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NOTICE TO PUPILS.
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Miss Wyatt’s kindergarten and
grades will open Monday, Sept. 21st.
in the primary room of the First Bap
tist church building on Court street,
Phone 937. 9-18-1 m
NATIUNS HEAR OF
OUR PEACE PRAYERS
SECRETARY BRYAN ADVISES THE
WARRING COUNTRIES OF THE
PRAYERS OF AMERICA
Washington, <><*t S. — Secretary
Hr.van lias sent to ambassadors i'
the capitals of all tin* warring coun
tries of iKurope a message telling ol
President. Willson's day of prayer for
peace and the sincerity with which
the people of the Unites I States re
sponded to it. Widespread favorable
comment in the Kuropean preap over
the president's action prompted the
sending of the message, which will be
comm it n ion ted to the foreign office in
London. Haris, Berlin. Petrograd. VI
i ima. Tokio and Antwerp. The mes
sage follows:
“In obedience tlie proclamation cf
the people of the United State
assemfliled at their places of worship
(m October t and joined in prayer for
the restoration of peace in Kurope
The attendance was very large and
there was everywhere a spirit of earn
eslness. ('are twas taken ttiat noth
itna should be said of a non neutral
nature, the trend of the, speeches
being that Hod might so direct those
in authority in the (belligerent nations
as to hasten the restoration of peart
and that the American iseople might
tu* wisely guided in the exercise of
such Influence as they might he able
to exert.”
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BASEBALL ”ETURNS.
The score by innings, as well as
details of sensational plays, will be
received over a special wire at the
New Central Tneater and read from
the stage today. Come, ye ball fans,
and get tfliis "dope.”
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Mrs. Higginbotham has reopened
the Kddv Hotel dining room. Single
meals 35c; served family or cafe
style. Meal tickets $5 per week.
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ELKS BUY A BALE.
■Hilbert Hoqabonm, exalted rtile.r of
the local lodge of Klks, yesterday
A Sale of Housekeeping
Necessities
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
You can’t afford to miss an opportunity like this.
Every article is timely and the values are excellent.
MERCERIZED DAMASK—72 inches
wide; in several extra good patterns; an
actual 7.r>c tho yard value at 59c
BED SPREADS—Hemmed edges, full
double bed size. These Spreads are in
three beautiful designs, but are slightly
soiled from display. Regular price,
$2.95. Special $2.19
NAPKINS—Full mercerized; hemmed
edges; assorted patterns; 18x18 inches
in size. Regular $1 doz. values.
Special 69c
ART LINEN—In brown only, for cen
ter pieces and tallle runners; 18 inches
wide; a 35c value. Special, the yd. 25c
WHITE MADRAS—27 inches wide, in
stripes, dots and checks; fine for waists
and children’s dresses. 25c value.
Sperm1 the yard 15c
STRIPED SEERSUCKER CREPES—
27 inches wide; suitable for boys’ rom
pers or underskirts; needs no ironing.
Worth 15,c yard. Special 12c
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TOWELS, COTTON HUCK—Size 18x36
inches; good, durable quality, worth 12
1-2c each. Special, dozen 90c
it
LINEN HUCK TOWELLING—A splen
didly complete line in both plain and Da
mask weaves; 15 to 24 inches wide.
Specially priced for Friday and Satur
day, the yard, 23 to 85c
SHEETING, BLEACHED—Peperell, 81
inches wide. (Regular double be I
width.) Special, the yard .... 28c
72x90 Seamless Bed Sheets—Torn and
hemmed, ready for use; good quality;
65c value. Special 53c
*.42x36 Hemmed Pillow Cases—Fine qual
ity; 12 1-2c value. Special 10c
36-INCII LINEN LAWN—A beautiful
quality for waists and child’s dresses;
regular price 50c yard. Special 35c
DRESSER SCARFS—Bleached Damask;
hemstitched ends; splendid patterns;
actual 35c values. Special 28c
OUTING FLANELL—A superior quality,
really worth 12 l-‘2c the yard. Big as
sortment of both light and dark pat
terns ; the yard . 10c
DRESS GINGHAM—27 inches wide, in a
great variety of new patterns; fast col
ors. Our regular 12 1-2c yard gingham.
Special 11c
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS—A great
big line at popular prices in both Cotton
and all Wool Blankets; our prices on
these goods are absolutely “Right,” as
a look through will show you.
BLANKETS $1 to $9
COMFORTS 90c to $5
:*, *■ . - -mapwgji.,: , . '' f i
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• wnig'it a bale of cotton in t lu ■ na inA
of the lodge to lie hebi until such
time as it may .In- dt&poMed of not to
uitoitfVre with the marketing general
ly <;if the present crop. Tile action
hail Iboeu authorized at a previous
meeting.
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MADAME RUDELL, DRESSMAKING
Stylish frocks to suit individual,
French designs copied if desired; re
modeling. Moderate prices. 197
Crest St. Phone lfifil. lft-1-lru
TTse Idggett’s Golden Tip tea for
making iced tea. This tea Is pro
cured only from the early flowery
pickings, which In this country Is
found in but. few ct the most exclusive
stores, aad then i«t prlcos varying
from $2,00 to $5.00 a pound. Price
$1.00 a pound. For sale hy K. G. Mor.
his Drug Co. Phone 242 6-10 tf
You can expect only good results
If you give baby pasteurized milk
It’s pure that’s sure. The Pasteu
rlzed Milk Co. 4-21-tf
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NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY.
The new directory of the Soutbwt s
tern Telegraph & Telephone Ooimny
has been delivered to the subscribers
in ‘Hot Springs by Manager MeKain.
The new directory is attractive in
appeuranee and contains all the
changes and corrections in listing that
have tiieeii made since Che last dlrec
tony was printed.
The u umber of new names appear
ing In tlie list would Indicate that
there are constant additions to tin
number of subscribers in Hot Sprint :
and vicinity and the ilelephone devel
opment is coni ill nous.
The telephone company lias ©nvolv
eii a plan wherehy it Inrniislies tele
phone service to fanners and Other
rural residents on an ooonomiml
Pa sis. As a result toe telephone is
now the rule rather than tire excels
j lion, on the innm and farmers in ail
sections of the state are installing
telephones in their homes
The plant of the Southwestern Tele
phone Company in Hot Springs is
maintained a* a high rale of ethiencj
and tite subscribers are well satisfied
with the service they are securing.
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HOLDER PLEADS GOILTY.
W. iM. Holder, who came here re
bently and was arrested on chaiges of
landerithg, yesterday iploaded guilty
In two counts anti was given two
... «■„, -- ■ —— — —
' -——J
years in the state penitentiary as ilia
punislwnenit. Margaret Hooker was
the pros witting witness. None of the
parties Wad l>e<>ii here (but a fivirt
wlrfle.
ADVERTISE THOROUGHLY
Throughout the Civilized World.
“I realise that after the exposure
following tile pure food laws that t*y9
out of every 1000 medicines were
questioned and found wanting and
Unit it is an awful task to convince
people tiiat for so small a sum as
$l.f>0 per hot I It*, a i ledy has been
found that wld cleanse the blood and
actually cure syphilis.”
M. 1). GOlIKVHNOim,
Livingston, Mont.
W AM PINE—for the blood.
$1.00 and $1.50 per bottle.
WAMPINE MEDICINE CO.
Little Rock, Ark.
WHEN?
When you want your watch repaired
When you want a pair of eyeglasses
When you want your jewelry repaired
When you want your clock repaired
When you want to buy a birth-month ring
When you want to buy a wedding gift
When you want to buy prize cups and trophies
When you want to buy a fraternal order pin or jewelry
When you want to buy a solid gold wedding ring
When you want to buy a solitaire diamond ring
When you want to buy a guaranteed watch
When you want to buy a clock for your home
When you wish to order wedding or calling cards
Go to JAGGARD'S on Central Ave.
LOWEST PRICES IN AMERICA FOR FINE GOODS

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