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Dinner TODAY —at— New Fulton 808 CENTRAL AVE. Jtnast Turkey Oyst* r lann i i i Celery An Old'Faahiaiied Thank giving Dinner. 35c. 11 A. M. to S f*. M. TABLES FOR LADIES. ll-2&-2t. Arkansas National Bank OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK capital . »ioo,oco.e» Surplus and Profits $295,000.00 | CHAS. N. RIX, Pr#»ldenl K. F. KLEIN. Vice Pre»ld*n» O. LASER. Vlrt President. T. D. McCALLUM, Asst. Ca ih. S. P. COLLINQS. Director. HENRY FEI LHEIMER. Direct* A Roll of Honor Bank of High Degree. Doss a full banking , buainea* Ca*he» draft* and cheek* for via ttors. Draw our own dials on s 11 part* of Euroos *We *cll Trevel Sr’* Money Order*, with Idenllfl -atlon pajhble In all foi’ l^n eoun 1e* Ir. the money of the country .-on may he In upon presentation J. E. SLACK Locating Engineer and Timber Estimator. Will locate government land for homesteads. With Wootten & Hec tor, corner Valley and Malvern ave nue, Hot Springs, Ark. JAMES L. GRAHAM LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC and PUBLIC ITENV GRAPHER IN OFFICE. Practices In AM thr State and Feds'* Courts. OFFICE. 80S 1-2 CENTRAL AV Pfcon#** Off lr* 7*At R*«ld«nr* Ills STORACE Waw you wain to itore tmu*eno*» geod*. er srala, pace of ablp furniture cah on MURRAY TRANSFER. RO Wt have got tbr omt rireproot e-er bourn In the cltv. Warehouse rnnatruet e<l with separate apartments for rnrt furnlturs ▼eleahen. e* *. .* ! ■ ^ v~ - ■■ ■ 1 — ]F iociety HUH D. A CROCKETT, Editor Telephone *144 Mall Items to 120 Garland Ave Family Reunion Dinner. iMr. and Mrs. T. A. Pace of 2■!> Garland avenue entertained Tuesday evening with an elaborate i; o'clock dinner, the honorei s nl tin* occasion being their so i and pis wife. Mr and Mis. Claude Pace, of Paducah. Ky. All ol the appointments of the din ner were elegant many choice viands were served in n succession of de licious courses, while tin* decorations if ft rus and tlhr.vaantbemiims added a deli; ififul tour'll of color and fresh less to the attractively arranged table This was the first time in manv long years that the family had neen together, and the affair was a most happy occasion for all. In addition to Mr. and Mrs T. A. Pace and ilheir honor guests. Mr and Mrs Claude Pace, there were l)r. and Mrs. doe Pace of the Imperial hotel iDr. and Mrs. Charles Pace iMr and Mis. Forrest Pace an'1 their children, all of this city. » r • Lotus Club Program. Nov. 26. Music .Mrs (I. A. llngubooin. Vender Mrs. Alice VVeimer. Hi spouses, quotations '’’•oin Shake speare- -iClith members Palter, "Shakespeare's Women"— Vliss Marnette Wood Sketch, "Shakespeare's Witches"— Mrs F. M. Sigler. Talk. “Is the Modern Woman a Better Home Maker Than the Wo. man of S lakespeare’s Time'’"—(Mrs. J II Averq. First Lieutenant Donald Algernon I hinson. Eleventh United States ! cavalry, is now enjoying the wonder ful baths here after u very strenuous tour of duty with his regiment in the itrike regions of Colorado. Lieuten ant Robinson is an honor graduate from both West Point and the Mounted Service School, Fort Riley, j Kan. He is master of hounds of the 'Eleventh cavalry Hunt Club and an ! inpates the Thanksgiving afternoon phase. l ieutenant. Robinson is a fa mous army athlete and lias served in Mexico. Lieutenant Robinson is now | at die Army and Navy genera! hos ' tdlal located in this city. * * * Thanksgiving Ball, All will |>e a scene of gayetj at tlte Arlington tonight. The annual Phanksgivlng ball has long been the stellar event of the Spa's early win ter season of Jollity and the stage Is set for a riotous inning of pleasure. Granting that the season proper is still some distanc e off. still there is a splendid colony of fashionable people from many of the Idg nor,thorn, east ern and southern cities at tile Arling ton plenty to assure the , success of tlie ball. Then, the smart set of the Arkansas Hot. Springs has ever chosen the \rllngton's Thanksgiving tall as the proper function to get startl'd on its winter's social life. 'Tis really naught but (die truth that the resident elite always holds up its i nil at tillo great dances and i arties at the Arlington; in fact, when H come,; to handsome and suprebly dressed matrons and debutantes tills fair town ranks In just about first place it. the entire land Little Hook's ultra swoii set enjoyed itself so well at the state fair ball that finite a party is expected over .from tiie capital city. Manager Cor ringtoti, though still confined to an invalid's oliair as a result of his re cent illness, has made elaborate plans for tonight's special tall and his aides can lie relied upon seeing that everything comes off as arranged The beautiful ball room will be gayly and appropriately decorated, while Prof. Richard Barton promises the dancers an unusually attractive pro gram. The ball will lie strictly of the formal variety. Dancing# at 9: If) o'clock. Dr. Leonard H. Ellis, George Schmelzel, Robert Kittleberger, Her ry Bowman and Will Lake and wile have returned from Metnplhis, wher' they attended the Shrine ceremonial. * * » President Col. 'S. W. Kordyee of the Arkansas State Fair \ssoeiat'.c,n will leave the latter | art of the week for St. Ijottis on a business trip. He will return about December 15 and remain for several weeks. * * * Arrivals at the Spaulding: Mr. L. Bear of New Orleans, l.a.; Mr. and' Mrs. .1 11 McCool, Kansas City; \V. >1. I.iffler, Clifton, 111.: .1. H. .luelrson, W. M. Todd. Hugo. Okla., H. Wil iams, El Paso, Texar. * «. - County Superintendent 1). A Crock ett and Houston Emery leave this jnornlng for Center school, near Omar postoffice, where they will at tend a Thanksgiving dinner given by the patrons of the school in Ihonor of ,*.he county .superintendent. • * « Goddard Hotel Arrivals: Harvey Robison, Ohlcago; Mrs. Kathleen Ab bott. Nashville, Tenn.: Miss Mary S. I Anthony, Pittsburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. I it. Wilson, Memphis, Tenn. • • * District Attorney W. H. Martin of the federal court is spending Thanks giving with friends near Helena. « » * lb nest Latta and Hartley Wooten left lust evening for "White Bottoms" near tiie Saline county line, where they will spend today huntinn. SOLDIERS HASTEN HOME. Gen. Funston Ordered to Land Troops Not Later Than Friday. San Antonio. Texas, Nov. 25.—A wireless message picked up here this afternoon from the war department to tiie steamship t’ristchal Colon, which is en rouet from Vera Cruz to Galveston w itii troops under Genera! Funston. giving orders that tlhe troops must tie landed in port not later thaj Friday morning, appears to have something 1o do with reports that the border patrol is to lie increased at once several thousand men. The de partment ordered tint the speed of tiie Cristobal lie increased to 9 1-2 knots, indicating the necessitv of get. ting tiie soldiers on American soil as soon as possible. Reports from bor der points toniGht say tiie patrol is to be increased by two or three regi ments. Coincident with these reports comes an order that the Twenty-second in fantry. en route from Vera Cruz, lie hurried to San Antonio as soon as it lands at Galveston. Army officers here refuse to give out anything about proposed troop movements. TREASON AGAINST LABOR. Philadelphia. Nov, U.l. lh solutions condemning what was characterized as treason in the ranks of organized labor at tne closing session of the annual convention of the building trades department of the American Federation of Labor here today. Charges were made that orgaui/.a tions of plasterers, stone cutters, steam engineers, hod carriers and common laborers had worked with the International Union and of Brick layers and Masons wnich is not affil fated with tlic American ederation of Labor. Tlie convention also vetoed that the charters of local and state coun cils that fail to expel local unions of uuaffiliated bricklayers and masons be withdrawn. “SSNTAIMS” SHIP LANDS INJNOLAND BRITAIN EXPRESSES HEARTFELT THANKS FOR THE *6,000.000 WORTH OF GIFTS. Earl Kitchener Says Thoughtfulness of America Will bring Joy to Many Homes in tpe War ione. Plymouth, Nov. 25.— via London - A dinner given tonight by the .ail ot Beauchamp, first commissioner off works in the British cabinet in uonor of the officers of the United States naval collier Jason, the Santa Claus ship closed a day in which the British foreign officers and Lae citizens of Greater Plymouth manifested in every possible manner the hearttelt appre ciation of the king and the country for the six million Christmas gifts sent by the people o! theUnited States to the unfortunate cnildren in the war zone. following the arrival ot the Jason at Uavonport today American flags float* il over every public building in Plymouth and from the main masts of all warships and commercial craft in the harbor until sunset. Among tile visitors oil t.ie Jason was Mrs. Waldorf Astor, who present ed Lieutenant Commander C. E. Courtney, C. S. N. in charge of the ship, with a beautiful boquet of chrys santh* mums on behalf ot tile women of England. Fifty covers were laid lor the din ner tonight which was served in the Royal hotel. The dining room was a mass of roses and chrysanthemums. Mayor Baker of Plymouth and Major Waldrorf were among the guests. The Earl of 'Beauchamp replied to the toast "The King’’ while Francis Dyke Acland, under secreatry for for eign affairs, responded to “The Pres ident of tin- United States." Jomi Lallan O’l.aughlin, represent ed two hundred newspapers through out the United States which assisted In collecting the Christmas gifts, re sponding t oUie toast "The Children #t America," reviewed the history o! the movement. During the dinner the Karl of Beau champ read the following telegram from Lord Kitchener, tue British sec i clary of war: "PI ase express on my behalf and that of the British army our cordial appreciation and gratefulness for the kind thought of tue American people The welcome freight the Jason car ries will bring pleasure to the homes of many of these wnose father- are" away." Kempner’s Shoes For Thanksgiving BE THANKFUL today that you have a good pair of feet. Be thankful also that you kn w the lo cation of the shop where you can buv good-'iooking, long-lasting and perfect fitting footwear .or those teet. ^ ou 11 b" thankful every day if you have the good judgment to buy Kempner’s Shoes Mens and Womens Prices: $3.50 to $7.00 Sec Our Windows ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES SHOWS IS I'ARTY SLIPPERS AT POPCLAR PRICES KEMPNER’S WILL CLOSE TODAY AT I I’. M. IKE K UPSIR & "The Shoe Store Ahead" MILK PRODUCING RECORD. Berkely, Cal , Nov 25. Tillie Klcar-' tra. a Holstein cow, lias broken tlie world's record in milk production, according to announcement made here today by the bureau of animal industry of the University of Califor nia. In the last ‘165 daysArillic Klcartra has given a total of 30,152.6 pounds of milk 8M pounds more than her nearest rival, another Holstein named Creamtlle, who held the previous record. The record breaker is owned by A. W. Morris, a rancher near Woodland and has been nurtured along lines laid down by tne Davis form school a branch of the University of Cali fornia. LIVE STOCK QUARANTINE Oklahoma City, Okla.. Nov. 25. Sale of hog cholera serum manufac tured in Wliicita Kansas was stopped by order of the state board of agricul ture here today. The order was made upon recommendation of Dr K W. Brewer, superintendent of federal livestock inspection in Oklahoma, wno is now in Wliicita Three shipments of stockcrs and feeders from Kansas grazing in Grant county were quarantined by the board today. Additional velinarians liavo i been -mployed to assist in tin- exam ination of cattle reported to have been snipped into the state from in* feeted districts. SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION. Believed Responsible For Small Blaze in the Buckstaff Gymnasium. About midnight last night the lire department responded to a fire call to the Buckfitatf baths, whore a fire and been in l'alrly good headway m the gymnasium deiartnnnt on the third floor back. It was In-lived the fire was from spontaneous combus tion. The building being fir.* proof, there was nothing much to he consum ed but tile equlpement in the room, and that had become ignited. Piaster iug torn front the ceiling pointed to tl;»re having been some sort of small explosion in the room previous to tiio tire. The damage was slignt. TWO CENT FARE CASES. Oklahoma City. Nov. IT*.- The trial of the Oklahoma two cent lure cases w hit-a was scheduled to begin her. to day has been continued until January i! by PYderal Judge Frank A. Youinas ol Arkansas. Try a Sentinel-Record Want Ad OOT BUTCHER; “Hey? Vaf’ Vat’ 1^, u «"»/»d, in n.poin' Jt Z r " ' hw r» i I ' / / International Cartoon Co., N. Y 138 BERTIE FRONTROW : Ah 1 Say,' Miss Even.ngstar, you’re breaking the speed limit; we’ll be arrested, don’t you know! ” MISS EVENINGS]AR; That will he tine; my manager told me to go the limit to get my name in the pipers!” . i'uku ■ v/.'i vou he*p p'c .a0Y; ; | just dropped a cent, M, boy, •"c?rx^^ s"' sayin’ a word ■' ; ""I fBARneR, aViOP. L _ Oat must have taken a pow’rful lot ov shaves to buv dot barbershop!" 3 ' Go way. niggar, I ain’t shaved a man since I’ve been in the business hut dere's five hundred ra?w$ In dis comma'. mty dat I have to keep sharp!"