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GOLD FISH DAY
Those who tailed to take advan tage of our free gift offer of gold !:sh two weeks ago, are given au >ther opportunity. The supply of .,000 fish was exhausted quickly, nd so many of our hexall cus omt rs were disappointed that wo ari anted for another shipment. These will b° give.i today, Thurs day, October 22, on the same terms— With every purchase of Kexall Preparations and a number »f ev. ry day Specials, as S aps, Pace Powders, Tooth Preparations, Station ry, Perfumes, Pace Creams and Talcum Powders. The distri bution will he conducted on the following plan: Two Gold Fish and Aquarium. Four Gold Fish and Aquarium. Two Gold Fish and 1-2 gal. Aquarium Four Gold Fish, Extra Large Aquarium with 25c Rcxall Purchase with 50c Rexall Purchase with $1.00 Rexall Purchase with $2.50 Rexall Purchase Note following preparations are included in this offer The Rexall Store What It Means to You and What It Means to the Owner of a Rexall Store At the ltcxall Store whether In New York, Hot Springs, Hou ion | or any oth r cf t o 6, I 00 cities ami towns In the United States and Canada, it m< ans a I square deal to you and it will pay you to seek and patronize The Hexa.I Store. To the owner it i means the combined efforts of over 6,000 Jtexai! druggists cover ing all parts of the Ifnlted States, Canada, Kngland a.id Scotland, l«o!and and Wal s. | Can you realise what this means to The ltex ail Store? We want every man, woman and child i:i Hot Springs and vlc'.n tty to know about The liexall Store and The Rexall Policy. See Our Display Today of Gold Fish and what you can buy to get them FREE— previous to day of sale. Rexall Arnica Salve. Price.<=■ Rexall Aromatic Castor Oil—A pleasant Castor Oil. (Price . 25c Rexall Baby Cough Syrup—For the ba by's cough. Price . 25c Rexall Beef, Wine and Iron—Appetizer a.nl Invigorator, Price . $1.00 ! Rexall Catarrh Jelly—For catarrh and colds. Price.25c Rexall Catarrh Tablets—The local treat ment tor catarrh used with an atomizer. Price . 50c Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup—The best of aii cough remedies. Price 25c & 50c Rexall Cod Liver Oil Emulsion. Price $1.00 Rexall Cold Tablets—A simple and effect ive remedy for cod in the head. Price 25c Rexall Cream of Almonds—A delightful preparation that you will I ke. Price 25c Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets—The most ef fective remedy on the market. Price . 25c, 50c and $1.00 Rexall Eczema Ointment. Price .50c Rexall Emulsion of Petroleum—A pleas ant and agreeable preparation, free from fish odnr. Price .75c Rexall Eye Wash—For Inflamed and sor“ eyes. Price .25c Rexall Hair Tonic—Will Impart to the hair new strength and life Price 50c & $1 Rexall Headache Powders—Pric > 10c & 25c Rexall Headache Salve—Price .25c Rexall Kidney Cure—The best, remedy obtainable in liquid form. Price 50c <$. $1 in pill form. Price .50c Rexall Laxative Syrup—A pleasant non griping preparation. Price 25c and 50c Rexall Little Liver Pills—Purely vegeta ble. Price .25c Rexall Liver Salts—fl''title in action, cleanses the system, tones up the liver. 'Price .25c and 50c Rexall Mentholine Balm. Price.25c Rexall Mucutone—For chronic catarrh. Price ,.50c and $1.00 Rexall Orderlies—For chronic const'pa tion, n most, agreeable and effective laxative. Price .10c, 25c and 50c Rexall Pile Ointment. Pric ... 25c and 50c Rexall Pearl Tooth Powder. Price.25c Rexall Tooth Paste. Price.25c Rexall Rheumatic Treatment—Sufferers from rheumatism will obtain great re li 'f irom this preparation. Price 50c & $1 Rexall Rubbing Oil—Relieves pain and inflammation. Price .25c Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic—A tonic and blood i urifier. Price .$1.00 Rexall Shampoo Paste—Antiseptic; re moves dandruff: makes the liair soft and silky—glossy and fluffy. Price 25c Rexall Shaving Lotion—An antiseptic aft er shaving lotion. Price....25c and 50c Rexall Effervescent Sodium Phosphate. Price . 25c Rexall Syrup Hypophosphate—An excel lent general tonic. Price .1.00 Rexall Throat Gargle. Price.25c R. G. Morris Drug Co, 802 CENTRAL AVENUE, HOT SPRINGS, ARK. The Red ill Store CANADA IS PROUD OF HER ALLEGIANCE DOMINION is proud of being a PART OF GREAT BRITAIN AND GIVING HER AID. Washington, D. C.. Oct. *1.—“Cana da’* pride in being a part of Great tJritaiii, a nation which keeps sacred its covenants and maintains its plighted word,” was asserted tonight by Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, chief jus tice of thy Dominion of Canada. In an address before the American liar Association on “The Constitution o! Canada.” Sir Charles’ speech was the feature of the night session of the associa tion. This afternoon the members made a pilgrimage to Mount Vernon The association adjourns tomorrow. In describing the growth of the Cana dian eolonial system Sir Char.es com mented up:»n the Herman system oi ochnization. “The German government.” he said. I "apparently has not discovered that I there can be colonial enterprise where i th» colo .1st is checked at every turn ! by oftieia! limitations, and this may account for the fact that tiie German * mi-rant selects the l'. S. or Canada, or Australia as a field for his enter prise rather than the German colonics i in South Africa, where freedom to1 work out his career to the best ad vantage is not yet permitted.” Bottled milk and cream delivered to any part of the city, daily. Pure, wholesome and rich. The Pasteu ’•ized Milk Oo. Phone 15 4-21-tf DR. FEWKES MOVES OFFICE. Dr. Jno. M. Fewkes announces tho removal of his offices to Suite 305-fc Citizens National Bank building 10-6-lm. Pr. John K. Rowland has moved his office to second floor of the Thomp building. 10-8-tf -o KIRK—THfc TAILOR. He will make your »ult, do you. cleaning and pressing. 123 Central Fbona Ski. 1S-7-U OIL MILL OUSTER. Little Rock, Ark., let. 21.—Attorney General Moose today fil <1 in the Pulaski circuit court ouster proceed ings against .'!2 cotton oil companies operating mil s in Arkansas for al leged violation of the state anti trust law. He charges that these concerns since September 1, 1909, i av - heap in an agreement with cor porations and individuals residing outside the state to regulate the price of both cotton seed and cotton oil. IP' charges that the object of th" pool is to destroy competition in the purchase of cottonseed and the sale of cotton oil and to fix prices. Protect Yourself Ask for ORIGINAL GENUINE The Food Drink for all Arc:—Others arc Imitations TWO WITNESSES ACCUSE WOMAN THEIR TESTIMONY CONNECTS DOCTOR’S WIFE DIRECTLY WITH MRS. BAILEY'S DEATH Negro Maid and Itinerant Engineer Both Say They Saw Mrs. Carman With Revolver in Hand. (Mineola, N. Y„ Oot. 31.—Testimony tending directly to connect Mrs. Flor ence Conklin Carman with the mur der of Mrs. Louise Hailey at Freeport on June JO last was presen. ed by the prosecution today in Mrs. Carman's tiial for the crime. Two witnesses decidedly out of the ordinary were placed on the stand for tois purpose. One was Celia Cole man, a timid, soft-spoken southern negress who was a maid in the Car man household at the time the mur der was committed In tho office of Or. Erwin Carman, husband of the defendant. The other was Frank Farrell, an unemployed stationary en gineer, excitable, and prodigal with slang and mannerisms, tpyieal otf the lower east side of New York. The testimony they gave was cor roborative. Celia said her mistress dressed in a flowing dark sjlk kimono, passed ouc through the' kitchen just lie fore the maid heard the crash or broken glass and the sharp report of a revolver shot. She swore that Mrs. Cat man re-entered t.ie kitchen through the hack door just afterward. Mrs. Carman showed her a long blue steel revolver, the negrtss said, and remarked: “1 have shot him.” The next morning at daylight, the maid testified, Mrs. Carman came to her room in her night robe and urged her to forget what she knew and lie for her mistress. Celia said she did this for Mrs. Carman at first because she "felt sorry ifor her.” Farrell said he was on his way to tho rear of the Carman house to beg food when he heard a crash of glass and a shot, l ooking up. lie saw a woman dressed in a dark garment M at extended from her shoulders to the ground, standing by the window In Dr. Carman's office with one hand lidding a wire screen about her head and the other hand thrust into the window, Farrell said he was frightened and ran away. He looked !>ack once and saw a flash of white as if "the wo man had raised her petticoat to move faster." On Farrell’s cross-examination, which will lie continued tomorrow morning, he contradicted himself in a few minor details. On the whole, however, he clung to his story. If Farrell stumbled slightly and ap l arently grew excited at times under cross-examination. Celia Coleman did not. In a drawl so low that fre quently her yoice was scarcely audi ble, she calmly answered every ques tion hurled at her. The fact that a finger was waved under her nose or that the chief counsel for the defend ant shouted accusation or Insinua tions at her did net seem to have the slightest effect. Not once did she raise her voice, despite the laet that she was on the stand more titan four hours. Mrs Carman seemed to lie amused by Farrell and the odd, picturesque way he had of saying things and an; sweritig questions. But her attitude was different when Celia Coleman was testifying. The defendant leaned far back in her chair and stared Con stantly at the witness While the direct examination was in progress and during the cross-ex amination of tlie negress. Mrs. Car man tried hard to catch her eye. Once while questioning the maid the attorney for the defense moved to a point directly behind his cltent. Celia tluMi allowed her eyes to shift, from one side of the room to the other. After sli<> was excused from the witness stand, however, Celia looked at Mrs. Carman for the first time. Ttais, it appeared, came into the col ored girl’s eyes, for she placed her handkerchief over them and then sat down, out of sight Mrs. Carman was radiant when her 12 year-old daughter was brought into HERE IS GOOD NEWS FOR STOMACH VICTIMS Some very remarkable results are being obtained by treating stomach, liver and intestinal troubles witn pure vegetable oils, which exert a cleans ing, sooehing and purifying action upon the lower bowels, removing the obstructions of poisonous fecal ma - ter and gases and preventing tlrur absorption by the blood. This done, the food is allowed free passage from the stomach, fermentation ceases and stomach troubles quickly disappear. George H. Mayr, for twenty years a leading Chicago druggist, cured him self and many of his friends of stom ach, liver and intestinal troubles of > ears’ standing by this treatment, and so successful was the remedy lie devised that it has since been placed in the hands of druggists all over the country, who have sold thousands of bottles. Though absolutely harmless, the ef fect of the medicine is sufficient to convince any one of its remarkabie effectiveness, and within 24 hours the sufferer feels like a new person. /Mayr's Wonderful Stomach remedy is now sold here by It. G. Morris Drug Company. the court today and allowed to sit 'be hind her mother. Little Elizabeth remained there all day. Whenever an opportunity pro. seated she talked to her mother and. smiled ui) in ner fa e. After the ad journment this evening Mrs. Carman took her daughter on her lap and kissed her. She whispered irfto the ear of the child, who smiled and whis pered back. Elizabeth was then laken from the room by relatives who are oaring for her. while her mother was escorted back to her cell in the •Nassau county jail. STEEL COMPANY A GOOD TRUST IS A NICE, LAW ABIDING INSTITU TION AND A BENEFICIARY OF BUSINESS. That is the Claim of Mr. Lindaberry of New Jersey, Who Speaks in De fense of Corporation. Philadelphia, Oct. 21,—That the United States Steel Corporation Is a law abiding institution, that its or ganization has had a beneficial ef fect on the business life of the coun try; that it has toned up and steadied the iron and steel industry of the country; that it has built up a won derful foreign trade and that it was not formed to creeate a monopoly or to suppress competition are some of tile things counsel for the corporation today told the four Judges who are hearing argument in the federal dis trict court on the government’s suit to dissolve the billion dollar con cern. Richard V. Lindabury of Newark, N. J., spoke for five hours in defense of tile corporation after Jacob M. Dickinson, chief counsel for the gov ernment concluded his opening ad d ivss. .Mr. iDickinson, who will ciose the argument for the government in his concluding remarks today went into the question of interlocking director ates. He said that directors of the steel corporation at various times were directors of railroad companies which controlled about half the rail road mileage in the United States. He gave instances taken from the records of the case where steei direc tors sitting as railroad directors had an apparent influence in steering business in the direction of the steel corporation. Mr. Lindabury in opening for the defense contended that the formation of the corporation was a natural de velopment of conditions in the in dustry and that there was no thought of monopoly or of restraining trade when tlie big corporation was char tered in New Jersty in 1901. There was no thought in the mind of An drew Carnegie when he sold his in terest in the Carnegie company to the new corporation that a monopoly was to be created. Mr. Lindabury said. “Mr. Carnegie’s orfer to sell his in terest,’’ counsel added, "was not based upon a desire to enter a com bination. but upon a desire to retire t'rcm business and d?vote his life «nd means to philanthropic purposes.” Mr. Li idabury expects to conclude bis argument tomorrow wnen he wiii be followed by Henry E. Colton, special assistant to the attorney gen eral, who will speak on the acquisi tion by tlie steei corporation of the ore lands in the northwest. Use Liggett’s Golden Tip tea for making Iced tea. This tea Is pro cured only fror.i the early flowery pickings, which In this country Is found in but few of the most exclusive stores, and then at prices varying from $2.00 to $5.00 a pound. Price $1.00 a pound. For sale by R. G. Mor his Drug Co. Phone 242. 6-10-tf -o FIRES IN BORNEO. London, Oct. 22.-—15:15 a. m.—A Reuter despatch from Batavia, Java, says enormous fires are devastating the whole region of western Borneo. Densesmoke clouds are obstructing navigation on ttie route from Java to Singaphor, the lighthouses being in visible. Tlie Java, China and Japan li.ier Zitnahi, the despatch adds, is some days over due and it is feared site had been wrecked on a bank in tne straits in consequence of the smok *. FIRE CHIEF DEAD. New Orleans, Oct. 21.—R. H. Dunn, crief of the Lake Charles, lx>ult*iana, fire department, died suddenly here tonight. Mr. Dunn was attending the convention of the International Asso ciation of Fire Engineers here. The business sessions of the convention will he held tomorrow. --—o RAISE RAILWAY TAXES. Springfield, 111., Oct. 21. Announce ment was made hv the state hoard of equalization today that the assess ment on the capital *tock of railroads would not be decreased for 1S14 but In some instances would be raised. This action is taken in spite of stro ,g representations made by th« railroads and earnings have decreas ed. 1). S. NAVV NEEDS !8,iido sailors; IN CASE OF WAR TWELVE OF OUR BATTLESHIPS WOULD HAVE TO REMAIN IDLE. Ammunition Problem is Not a Serious Problem But the Need of Men is a Big Question. Washington. Oct. 21. — Kighteen thousand additional men are needed hy the American navy in rase of war, an.,1 12 of its 33 battleships can not be put in service because of the shortage of men, according to a statement issued by Acting Secio tary of the Navy Roosevelt tonight. Mr. Roosevelt declared, however, that in respect to ships and equip ment. the navy is in excellent shape. The statement supplemented Secre tary Daniels’ recent reply to pub 1 is bed criticisms of the navy's pre paredness for war. “There has never been an attempt to hide the fact," said Mr. Roosevelt, “that although the crews are re cruited up to the limit allowed by congress, we have only sufficient men to man in adequate manner a portion of the vessels. "To prove a proper complement for aii vessels of the navy, which could still be made useful for war pur poses would require an addition to the present lorce allowed by congress of about 18,000 men. “Meanwhile the problem is becom ing more difficult as time goes on be cause of the vessels under construc tion which must shortly be provided with crews. For instance, during the coming year two battleships, the Ok lahoma and Nevada, wi'l take then Places with the fleet. Each of these vessels require a complement of nearly a thousand men. “On paper tlie navy possesses at tlie present time ten battleships of tile first line and 21! battleships or the second line. Actually, however, only ten battleships of the first line and 11 battleships of the second line can lie placed in commission for ser vice because of the shortage of men. “In regard to the material of the navy, that is to say, ships and their equipment, matters are on the wlicle in excellent shape. As units, the ves sels in commission are well bui t. well designed and well cared tor and compare in all types very favorab’y with the vessels of other powers, in fact, I Ibelievfe that they are better, in a few particulars, such as the lack of sufficient torpedoes, there is room for groat improvement. In regard to the lack of certain auxiliaries and the insufficient number of scouts, much can lie done to make the fleet better. But the navy has felt that, while it greatly desires a well round ed fleet in the material sense, it would he the greatest possible mis take to secure a fleet at the expense of the main sea-going fighting ciaft; that is to say, our battleships and destroyers. This is because of the fact that makeshift auxiliaries can be Improvised in an emergency, whereas battleships must he planned and commenced at least three years be forehand. “'Mention has been made of the un readiness of the fleet at the present time. It is true that during the last two .rears maneuvers an 1 battle pra- - tice of the fleet as a whole have, of necessity been greatly curtailed In ternational affairs liave required the use of a certain number or our ships. 1 his lack of fleet maneuvers is. how ever, a matter which can he remedied by a few months’ practice and it is hoped that these maneuvers will take place in the near future.” ZION CITY QUARANTINED. Chicago, Oct. 21—Religious beliefs which forbid vaccination resulted to day In a strict quarantine being placed about Zion City, ill., the city founded by Alexander Dowie and in habited almost solely by his follow era. The inability of the state board to enforce vaccination regulations re sulted in the quarantine. State health authorities say an in vestigation in Zion City revealed a dozen cases of smallpox which bad never been reported. The Zionists hold that all disease is the work of an evil spirit, but recognize that snial - pox is contagious and have not ob Jected to isolation of tlr* cases. -—o CALIFORNIA WANTS BELGIANS. San Francisco, Oct. 21.—Belgian colonization on the Pacific coast prob ably under state aid, wid be attempt ed by bankers, capitalists, railway magnates and merchants, who rorm- j ed themselves into a committee here today to that end. Ttie meeting was under the auspices of the California development board. DISREGARDS STATE LAW. Hugo, Okla., Oct. 21.—Passing sen tence of death upon John Beckston, convicted of the murder of S.nau Pool, District Judge Hardy today ap parently disregarded the statute that provides electrocution in capital pun Isbroemt cases and ordered him to be banged November 22. —--o You can expect only good result? If you give baby pasteurized milk rt’s pure that's sure. The Pasteii rUod Milk Co. 4-21-tf I PETROLEUM HfLD Wli CONTRABAND great BRITAIN EXPLAINS THE SEIZURE OF AMERICAN OIL TANK VESSELS ON SEA. Germany is Using Petroleum in Speci ally Constructed Engines for Autos and Aeroplanes. Washington, D. C., Oct. 21.—Ureat Britain’s determination to keep from Germany cargoes of illuminating oil which might ho turned into fuel for army motor trucks, as well as for Zeppelins and aeroplanes is responsi ble for the seizure of American oil steamers by cruisers. This fact was developed today in conferences in connection with the state department’s request through Ambassador Page at l-ondon for the ren ase of the American steamer Rockefeller. President Wilson and Counsellor Lansing, acting secretary of state, discussed the seizure of the ships and later Mr. Lansing conferred with the British ambassador, Sir Cecil Spring Kice, who called, seeking information concerning the attitude of the Ameri can government. Th^ Standard Oil Company has ask led the state department to obtain the r lease of three of its ships, the John I). Rockefeller, Brlndilli and Platan ria. which were captured by British wars! ips while bound from America 1 ports to neutral countries, carrying illuminating oil. Only in the case oi the Rockefeller, how ver, has the de partment felt warranted in taking im mediate steps. This ship was under the American flag before the European war began. The other vessels changed from for eign registry under the recent act of congrt ss. Tlie understanding at the British embassy is that illuminating oil has been regularly declared contraband by the British government but that the notice has not yet reached other powers. Therein the case resembles the recent c'mrnanderins of the cop per laden ship. In that case the United States did not abandon its contention that neu tral goods in neutral bottoms, pass ing between neutral ports were ex empt from seizure. A sharp hum.* was avoided, however, through an under standing reached between th ■ British and Dutch governments that the Dutch embargo would extend to cop per. It ii^ suggested that a similar ar rang-ment will be sought by the Bri tish government regarding petroleum and its products. It Is i>ointed out today that exports of refined petroleum from America to the northern neutral European coun tries arc far in excess of the normal consumption. Only recently it devel oped that illuminating petroleum was caiiabie of being used as a substitute for gasoline witli properly designed motors, hence Great Britain added this product to its contraband list. RACING IN HOT SPRINGS Everybody in Hot Springs Is racitig in Jack Goodlne’s place to lie served with his merchants lunch. Chl’i, chili mac and his famous hot roast beef sandwich wid de gravy oozing out of dem; all kinds of sandwichcj. JACK SAYS let the Germans and French fight. He lias plenty Limber ger cheese on hand at the Empire. 825 Central avenue. Phone 1076. -o DOG SHOOTS HUNTER. Orlando, Okia., Oct. 21.—E. P. Stringer, a farmer, was shot and killed by his dog, near here early to day. Stringer, who had been hunting, started to crawl through a fence, pulling his gun with him. The dog at tempted to jump through the fence at the same time and catching its foot on the trigger exploded the shol’. HEALTHY, WRINKLE-FREE SKIN EASY TO HAVE A dull, drab, muddy complexion, or an over-red. blotchy, pimply or frock led skin, can bv a quite simple, harm less and Inexpensive method, be changed to one of flower-like racL «nce and purity. One ounce of com mon mercoli/.ed wax, sold by drug gists generally, will remove the most unsightly complexion in from one to two weeks, lly its remarkable ab sorptive power the withered, faded or discolored layer of thin film-skin which hides the healthier skin under neath, is gradually flecked off In tiny, almost invisible particles. This is done so gently there is no Inconven ience, and no trace is left on the skin except that of enhanced beauty. The wax is smeared on like cold cream be fore retiring, and removed in the morning with warm water. If the skin lie wrinkled or saggy, a face bath made by dissolving 1 o/.. powdered saxollte in 1-2 pt. witch hazel, will be found most effective. Combining both astringent and tonic properties, this tightens the skin and braces up its supporting muscles. Hot Springs Confectionery W+iere Quality Counts. Cool days are coming, a cup of our famous FAUST BLEND COFFEE Will make you feel fine. The finest coffee In all the land. CAUFORNIA FRUITS. HOME-MADE CANDIES. From guaranteed pure Ingredi ents, made by an expert. You’re always safe in dealing with us. “JIM” AND GEORGE,” Prop. 714 Central Ave. Phone 291. SECURITY BANK HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS. TRUST AND GUARANTY COMPANY. A ROLL OF HONOR BANK fcU'it to Withstand the Storm. Capital 1100,000 Surplus *75,000 HARDIN CONSTRUCTION AND TRANSFER CO. Dealers tn BRICK, SAND, CRUSHED STONE AND GRAVEL ED. HARDIN Prop. 336 Valey St. Phone S33, IMPORTANT This life of ours is very uncertain If your home Is mortgaged, pro tect 11. If you are married protect your wife and children. If you are single, protect your oil lays—In case you live to see them. You can do this by Insuring today with The Mutual Life losnrsnce Co. of New Yor* THOS. D. McCALLUIW, District Manager, Phones 303 and 283 FURNITURE INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO 228 OUACHITA AVENUE. I -IlKheet prlo--a onii] rnr aenond-hand fur niture. atove* and sewln* machlnee. iao. R. Qower. Chaa. H. Wlllla<nfc NEW AND SECOND HAND IAMES L. GRAHAM LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC and PUBLIC STENO GRAPHER IN OFFICE, ■ractlcae In AM *he State and Federal Courta. OFFICE. 80S J-JI CENTRAL AVI. ~'honee: Office. 748- Residence 1*** TRY OUR MEDICINALLY PURE ALSO CROUP SUET FOR BABY KOGABOOM’S 717 CENTRAL AVE. We Epeclnllae In comnoundln* drug* md dlepenstng phyelclana' p-escrlEtlonA HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS. Closing Out Sale of the Waldstein Stock of Dry Goods Now On get your bargains for winter Goddard Hotel Block Plano*, Organa, Talking Meehln** Musical Merchandise, Typewriter* and Hwlng Machine* for or rant on Eaay Term*. Tuning *** Pcosirlno a Specialty, D. C. Richards Piano Co. 724 Central A** Phono 104. auction I am prepared to make ail kln<11 Tj auction na'es. Write or call 011 old reliable auctioneer, JUDGE J. H. RYAN, Residence 1509 Central Av*.