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The Sentinel=record. (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1900-current, October 11, 1914, Image 2

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DISPLAY WEEK
FROM MAINE TO
CALIFORNIA
EVERYONE
INVITED
Styleplus 17 everyoni
Clothes ,NVITED
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Clothes either correctly represent you or misrepresent you. If right they are
big help. If wrong they clash and subtract from your style and personality
Styleplus 0^7
Clothes O' •
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"The Same Price the World Over”
are made in such a wide range of styles and in so many different kinds of
fabrics that you can pick out a stylish suit that matches your style.
Do you know that there are many suits sold for $20
and $25 that are not hand tailored in the vital parts,
that are not designed by a fashion artist, that are not
guaranteed?
Yet for $17 the makers of STYLEPLUS
have been able to produce all of these
qualities, including guaranteed satisfac
tion, because they specialize on this one suit
Try a STYLEPLUS this Fall, either in a suit or an
overcoat. Make sure that your clothes are a help in
stead ot a handicap.
We have other clothes at $10, $12.50, $15, $20 and
$25, but we have dwelt at length on STYLEPLUS
simply because this suit appeals to so many men—in
quality and price.
Come in and see the new styles and fabrics—Everything
that a man needs—See window display
MEN’S DEPARTMENT
The Whirl
A Stylish Kempner Model for
Fashionable Dressed Women.
The graceful leather, l^ouis
Heel, Tlain Patent Leather
Vamp, Terminating in a Taper
Toe, With Ample Jlooni for the
Toes. Biack Brocaded Silk
Top. One or the Dressiest
Street Boots of the Season.
And It's an Unusual good value g
at .$4.00 I
Style 420.
Ike Kempner & Bro.
"The Shoe Store Ahead.”
Try ■ Sentinel-Record Went Ad.
M INNESS AND WIFE
INDICTED FOR MURDER
OREGON ATTORNEY AND WIFE
HELD ON TWO COUNTS IN THE
NELMS MYSTERY CASE.
Kan \ntonio, Texas. Oct. 10. Victor
limes and wife of Oregon were in
d ion ted today by tile grand jury on
two c larges each, one lor tile mur
der of Mrs. Klois Nelms Dennis and1
Imr sister, Miss Beatrice Nelms, of
Atlanta, tin., and the other lor con
spiracy is alleged to have t>eoii
formed about May HO in Georgia and
Alabama and in Texas about June 5.
Pho crime is alleged to have been
committed in Sail Antonio about June
'JO, the indictment rending that the
two women cattle to their death “in
a manner unknown to the grand
jutors." The first news of the death
of the tow women was convey* d in. a
letter dated San Francisco and re
ceived by Mis. John W. Nelms, their
mother, at Atlanta on July s. The
letter was signed Klois and the writer
said she had killed Beatrice and was
;<>ing to kill Marshall, their brother,
who was then living in Kan Franci co.
The two missing wc men weie traced
to a house at 120 Wilkins avenue in
Kan Antonio, rented ami occupied a
month during June by Mchutes and
his wife. That was the last seen ot
the Nelms sisters altve. Innee and
his wife admit the occupancy of the
house, which he rented in his own
name, hut declare they never raw the
two women.
TRY A SKNTINEl,
K1KD AD TODAY —It
cant house for you.
RECORD CDASSI- |
may rent that vt
ALL TESTS SATISFACTORY.
The Water Company Has Thoroughly
Proved Its Pressure Over the
City.
The last ol a series of tests were
tnudo yesterday to test tiie sufficien
cy of the water pressure over the
city, the first having been made in mo
down town district. The tests yes
terday were made at the Malvern ave
nue terminal, the Whittington avenue
terminal, and on upper Park avenue,
wnere much higlher tests were shown
titan had been anticipated by the wa
ter company itself. The satisfactory
results are assurance that the city
has splendid fire protection and that
the public utilities is not open to fair
criticism in this matter. Chief Tate
of the fire department was not pre?,
cut at tlhe tests yesterday, hut will be
invitdh to Ire present in the event he
wants t otlius represent the city, m a
series of tests that will be made
quarterly in the city in the future to
see that the high standard is main
tained.
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CHANGE LYRIC MANAGEMENT.
• Doc” Owens is Now in Charge of
This Popular Picture House.
•'IW* Owens, former manager ol'
Whittington park and the Princess
theater, last night assumed the man
agement of the l.yric theater, which
since its sale by Harry Hale ha; been
devoted to motion pictures, showing
the Universal program.
Mr. Owens returned from Cleve
land to assume the management of
the Princess and opened the season
at that theater, which closed a few
nights ago, on account of the unsatif«
factory acts which could be booked
at this season of the year.
In assuming the management of the
Lyric, ‘Doc” Owens brings with him
a wide range of experience as a
theater and amusement manager, anti
a splendid local popularity, which
will no doutbt redound to the credit
and bendit of the Lyric. No change
in the policy of the theater has been
announced, and it will continue to
show the l'nivernal program as in the
past.
-o.———
BOWLING NOTES.
Standing of teams in the three-men
tournament:
(lames. W.
Court House . 2 I
& (’. Co.
IKordyce
South, i1
IMazzias .
Olivcr-Fhmies ....
Ark. Nationals ...
Array and Navy ...
(Public Utilities ...
W atsons .
The Ford yep tiio
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. 600
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team
hade
high individual score, 338, in the tour
nament to date.
Oliver Finnies vs. Watsons and Pub
lic Utilities vs. Watsons howl Monday
night.
L.
6
5
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8
6
7
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high
score, 560: William Morrow
Cardinals 0-2, Browns 2-0.
St. Louis, (let, 10. -The local Amerl
cans and National divided a double
header today, each team shutting out
its opponent 2 to t.
Score First game: it. II. E
Americans . 2 18 |
Nationals . 0 4 y
•lames and Agnrw; Perritt and
Wingo.
Second same: ft H. E.
Americans . 0 3 0
Nationals . 2 4 0
Baumgardner and Agnew; Oriner
and Snyder.
Bentlne-Hecord Want Ads. Get Results
VAKIUUd IHAIKMAN
MAKE ASSESSMENTS
REPORTS OF ADVERTISING COM
MITTF.E WILL BE RECEIVED
AT LEAGUE MONDAY P. M.
Tito various inou of the different
business and professional interests
represented in the assessment com
mittee, which met Friday evening in
the Business Men's League, are busy
making assessments of their respec
tive interests, and the result of their
deliberations will he turned into the
heague building .Monday afternoun,
which will he followed by a letter to
every one assessed.
There are some committees who
iiave already turned in their report
and it is thought that by Monday the
foundation for one of the biggest and
most successful advertising cam
paigns ever started in the history of
Hot Springs will have been laid, and
that great results will he certain to
follow.
The suggestion made by Represen
tative !L. 13. Sawyer that employes of
the different interests in Hot Springs
also 'be asked to contribute to this
advertising fund has been kindly re
ceived, judging by t he statement
made by a clerk in one of tile local
stores, who stopped Chairman Martini
A. ICisele, of the committee, on the
street yesterday and said:
“I am not getting what one would
call a 'lucrative salary, Mr. Riseic
hut I want to tell you that I am more
than willing to contribute my share
to that advertising fund, and I have
talked the subject over with some of
the other clerks in tlie store and they
feel as I do. We realize the fact
that when the city is crowded with
visitors business at the store is good
and when business is good there is
not that fear that some of us may lie
laid off. I know several y«"irg men,
worthy fellows, who have been with
out jobs this summer ami who ar<
good salesmen, and tin ess the town
fills ui> with visitors they are liable
to remain unemployed all winter, and
that's a serious perdicatnent to face.
I believe in advertising. The firm i
work for advertises extensively in the
local papers and gets results. Hot
’-iprin ;.s can get results if it, too wi:
advertise and only by an advertising
campaign will the city be a'bl eto get
the patronage it n< w need-'. We want
our store filled with patrons and then
none of us will 3m wondering whether
wc will Ik- working next week, but
will be sure of nur jobs, so put me
down for whatever you t link is right
and I’M gladly pay il, and so will a
number of oilier clerks l know of.”
The letter that will be sent oil
when these assesincnla have all
been turned in is one that will cause
tile recipient to "sit nip and take
notice. Speaking in I ic vernacular,
it has a "punch'’ and is a classic ot
its kind, and it will bring face to lace
with the reader a proposition that lie
alone can solve.
WAR BRIEFS
Slacken Russian Invasion.
Vienna, Oct. 10, via Amsterdam and
London. Oct. in.—15:50 p. in.- An of
ficial report from headquarters says
"Our advance has forced the 'Rus
sians to slacken their efforts a-'ains;
I’r/.eniysl. which had reached its cli
max on tlie night of October S, when
the Russian losses were terrible.
"Yeeterday afternoon the artillery
Hie against the fortress became
weaker. The Russians commence ! to
withdraw their forces.
"Our advancing troops near Laneut,
a town in (ialieia. 1 if miles east of
Rzesssow, engaged superior hostile
forces. Tiie battle continues.
“Tlie Russians already have evacu
ated Kzes/.nw. Tlie situation in the
•Carpathians is good. The Russians
retreating from Maramaros SzLet are
now in full flight.”
GEN. SALAZAR INDICTED.
Santa Fe, N. M„ Oct. in. General
Jose Inez Salazar was indicted by t ie
I'nited Stall's grand jury today on tin
charge of perjury in connection wiih
his testimony in his habeas corpus
hearing.
TITANIC SURVIVOR SUICIDES.
'Horton. Oil. I". iMl'B. Vnille Uni
son of Liverpool, a Titanic survivor,
jumped from the steamer Devonian
last night during a heavy fog. Offi
cers of the vessel, which arrived to
day, said Mrs. Robinson had been In
a state of great nervous excitement
because of the fog and the .ouuding
of the for horn.
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TEXAS WOMAN RELEASED.
Little Rock, Oct. 10.- 'Mrs. J. M.
Anderson, wife of tbe wealthy teal
estate man of Waco. Texas, who was
found dead along the tracks of tin
Rook Island railroad in (hi tendon
county several days ago. will he 11 j- 1
erated as a result of the coroner’s
Impiort today. After hearing several
witnesses the ‘Jury returned a verdict
that ‘death was caused hy a fall tr im
a train.” .Mrs. Anderson had Owen
arrested in connection wit.i her hu
hand's death.
RENTS ROYAL PALACE.
Stockholm, via London, Oct 11.
2:20 a. m. Ira Nelson Morris, t! |
American minister to Sweden, has
leased the country house of Prince
S\ illiam of Swedeu at Oak Hill, near *
Stockholm. J
YOUR HOUSE CAN BE WIRED WITHOUT
INJURY TO DECORATIONS
You should have your home wired—
there will be no dirt and but little
inconvenience—your walls and deco
rations will not be injured. If you are
not using electric light you are de
priving yourself of one of the great
est modern conveniences. Its bright,
steady light enables you to read or
sew at night without danger to your
eyes. Then, too, handsome electric
fixtures and lamps will add to the
charm and beauty of your home.
“Co-operation Altfays"
Citizens Electric Company
Invite your out of town triends to visit you
during the Arkansas State Fair
Aov. Kith to 21.
FOOTBALL RESULTS.
Haskell 0, Christian Brothers (1.
St. Ennis fnlvorslty 50, Soift.iern
Illinois Normal rt.
'Missouri 4•>. William Jewel u.
Knox 57, Iowa Wesley an 0.
Harvard 10, Washington and .Ioii.n
son 9.
Army 15, Hutucra 0.
i'rincoton 15. Syracuse 7.
Michigan 15, Syracuse 7.
■Michigan v 55, Vanderbilt 5.
Wisconsin1 ts' 1-5, "Mari|Ui tic o.
Illinois 51, Indiana 0.
Chicago 50, Northwestern o.
Minnesota 50, Vines n.
Dartmouth 51. Williams 5.
New York University 56, Hamilton
:i.
Tennessee 57, Clemson (I.
King College 157. \\ a Inngton Col
lege o.
Viiginia Military Institute 5s. Wil
Ham and Mary 0.
Ouachita College 15, University of
Arkansas 9.
Third Street Methodist.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Mr.
J. <>. Campbell, superintedent. Junior
League, 5:i!0 p. in. Senior League,
6:.‘SO p. m. Treadling at 11 and 7:50.
At the close of the evening servie:
there will he baptizing and reception
of members into the dlturcn. Preach
ing at Gardner schoolhouse at 1! p. m.
S. C. IMCAN, Pastor.
Services at the Tempie.
Special services will be held to
night at X o'clock in the temple on
Quapaw and Market streets, in cole
hialion of the Feast of Conclusion,
which marks tne last of the series of
services beginning witlh the New
Year. Rabbi Rhine will deliver tic
sermon. After Services a social meet
ing of the members of the congrega
tion will lie held, at which.the ladl
of the Temple Aid will serrve refre; h
nients in tne vestry rooms. You arc
cordially invited.
Corn Puffs
You have seen it advertised in your
favorite magazine.
You can now buy it from your grocer.
Corn Puffs, the ready to serve, easily
digested; tasty breakfast food.
15c a package
707 Central Avenue
Phone 120
Barrington Hall Coffee
“IT’S UP TO YOU”
Preference In coffee is slntpiy a Matter of taste. Tne coffee is Is t
'or you which best suits your taste. If you decide Harrington Hull Baker
zed is that kind, you can always get a fresh can of it from me.
It is superfluous for tne to say anything about its QUALITY. The cot
ee will make it own statement on that point. 1 will say, however, that 1
tuve never before offered a coffee to llhe public that seemed to jump into
lie users favor more generally and quickly than BARltlNQTON HALL.
It Is because It is pure, mild and so delightfully pleasant i.i flavor.
)on't Pail to include a Can In YourOrder Tomorrow.
A 1 pound Can Makes Sixty Cups. 10 Cents Per Can.
Harry G. Smith’s Pure Food Store
Ouachita and Orange 2 Phones, 830 and 831
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