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HOLIDAY PACKAGES —OF — HENRY THE FOURTH LOZANOS I CORTEZ WE REDEEM LIGGETT & MYERS COUPONS AND 1 AGS Call and Get A New Catalogue HOLIDAY SHIPMENT BUNTE AND AMERICAN CAN DIES and PETERS CHOCOLATES Have Arrived—Fresh and Fine. Geo. R, Watson 370 Central Ave. Phone 290 Chiropractic Adjustment THE WAY TC GET WELL Chiropractic Is de fined by Webster as "A system of adjust ing the joints, espe cially ot the spine for the curing of DISEASE." This science ac counts for, locates and removes the cause of most all human ailments. Why not have the cause of your trou ble explained and relieved from your •pine Consultation and ex amination freely ex tended to all with- . out charge. « I. A. WILLIAMS CHIROPRACTOR Moved to 705 12 CENTRAL AVE. ’’HONE 1118. NOTICE BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS For “I** Beams. Lintels, Anchors, Fire Escapes, Structural Iron Work, Smoke stacks and Boiler Casings. --■—• ♦ ... Write or Wire BEMBERG-BLANZ IRON WORKS 2ND AND ROCK STREET LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LODI DISTANCE PHONE 2227 When you feel Voits, tired, worried or despondent it is a 1 V. ■ se„n % u no. d MOTT’S NERVF.RINE ; PILl.S. Th ey renew the normal vigor and | m-ike life worth living pe mre and ask tor Mott’s Nerverine Pills WILliAMS MFC*. LO., Props., Cleveland. Ohio A C. Jannlnns 10ft Ouachita Avenut PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER E. C. De Wolfe 307 Ark. Nat. Bank. Phone 742. 11-18-1 wk A a B. MOONEY TRANSFER CO. Have Just completed their hi* oou erete war-oconae. which is no* op*» ; tor hualuesa WE STORE EVERYTHING, net.. l-i» Tal 177-4 Dr. J. W. Westmorland SANITARIUM. TREATMENT FOR DRUG HABITS AND INEBRIATES. £68 Quapaw Ave. Phone 1260 FOR SALE. One hundred and sixty acres Im proved land, one mile east of Hot Springs. CONSIDERED THE BEST FARM IN GARLAND COUNTY. Owner needs ready money and will sell for three fourths actual present value. PHONE 1179 SATHBONE BIBLE 1 FOR CEREMONIAL KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS TO HAVE UNUSUAL INITIATIONS HERE FRIDAY NIGHT. Governor Hays and Prominent Men of the Order From Other States Will Be Among the Guests of Local Lodge. Tihe original ' llatlil>one Bible" on whose pages the founder of the Knights of Pythias made his *>ws to the organization, will lie in the city Friday night In the Ihnll here when a large class of applicants are received Into the order. The Itllde was pre sented to the supreme lodge in 1ST*;, and is always kept in the possession keeper of the records and seal of tae the order. Hon. It. S. Young of Ada. Ohio, su pieme chancellor. Is one of the distin guished guests who will lie in « Springs on this occasion. Hon. Fred \V VVHieaton, supreme keeper of rec ords and seal, will he here and Is the i ustodian of the Ratli'hone Bible Governor George W. Hays, an enthu siastic member, and grand chancellor or Arkansas will also be present, as will Hon Ben W Bartlett grant \et per of the records and sal of the slate lodge. The initiation will take place at iMasonic Temple between 7:110 an I a ::n o'clock, after which there will he a banquet at the Arlington. Hon. L. ,12. Sawyer is toast-master at the ban •plot. PytHiiaiiam will lie discussed there by Hon. Fred K. Wheaton. ' Pyt'hlan Statecraft” will be the suli jci t of a response by Governor Hays ■ Man of Many Brothers” will be dis cussed by Hon Brig S. Young. The officers of ihe local organiza tion. which is entertaining the visi ters, are S. E. Dillon, chancellor com mander J. B. Sc udder vice chancel lor . .laities S. MrOViniieii, keeper of locords and seal: P 12. Slsney, master of finance: A .1 Gunther, master of i xchrquer; Charles GosVe, master-at arms; George H. Slayton, inner guard; Oscar Oregar. outer guard The arrangement committee composed of S. C. Cassell, F C. Bor ing. Kd Wheelock, A. W. Jackson. buries Goalee, S. 12. Dillon and James McConnell. -o CRAVED IMPRISONMENT. Chicane Man Asks to Se Sent to Jail to Aid Comrade. Chicago. Nov. 2.Y Harry Neville, nged 22. is thankful that he is going to tie In jail tomorrow Shortening a -entence of Charles Eddy with whom a- had iieen caught attempting burg-* arv. Neville was released on probation, t being Ids first offense. Eddy, a utroleil convict, was about to re eived a Ft-year sentence for violat ng lite parole when Neville pleaded or him. ■'Give me half of it, judge." he egged; "I won't (have anything to 1 >« hanklful for; I'm free and Eddy is being ill years The burglary was ii y fault." Judge Dover gave laith men a jail -entence. -TJ——————— important. Hear in mind that Chamberlain's Tallies not only move the bowels bti improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. For sale by all dealers. FATAL HOTEL FiRE. Portland Ore,. Nov. 21. —One wo man and four men were injured, pro' iiIrl\ fatally, in a fire whtnh dam aged (lie Savoy hotel, an old three story frame structure, here today Many who were cut off from escape down the stairway were carried down ladders by firemen. Miss Iva .lantis w:o probab'.j fa - tally burned. Charles Hiker suf fered severe burns and his back and feet were so severely crushed in temping from a second story window that he is not expected to recover Nicholas Ha eljer carried Mi.-s Iva -lantls from the burning huildng. He lmi;id her lying in a hall with her clothing on fire Throwing it is over coat around her. he broke through two doors to reach a fire escape. He received minor burns. YOUR TEETH • NEED THIS Particular people prefer Rexail Tooth Paste. If you use it you will know why. Its use Is delightful, be cause or Its delicious flavor and de lightfully cooling effects. Most peo ple believe mat it more readily c cans the teeth than other dentifrices, more easily removing tartar and other discolorations, and leaving ttlte guns in much better condition. Rexail Tooth Paste contains no acids. It is designed for mouth clean liness and for mouth comfort, and fills both purposes more completely than any other dentifrice we know of. We recommend its use to all who are particular about the care of their teeth. Price. 25 cents. Sold In this com. muni|y only at our store The Rex all Store K. O, Morris Drug Co. DRIVER OSBORNE Driver Osborne of L battery. Roy al Horse artillery, is likely to receive (lie Victoria Cross for conspicuous bravery The battery was surprised by (he Germans, every ofiicer and most of the men were killed or wound ed, and all but one of the guns put out of action. Osborne and two oth erg stuck by the remaining gun and Kilpnroil th»' fjprtnan OH4* by CliC until finally the enemy retreated. THANKSGIVING OF PRESIDENT WILSON 6 ■WILL BE SPENT WITH HIS DAUGHTER. MRS. SAVER. AT WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. VVilllamstowa, Mass., Nov. 25.— President Wilson arrived here at 4 o'clock this afternoon to spend Thanksgiving wltn his daughter, Mrs. Francis U. Sayre, wife of the ussls. at to the president of Williams col lege. The visit had added signifi cance because today is the first an niversary of Mrs Sayre’s marriage. Mr. Wilson was greeted at the s a tlon here by Mr. Sayre a.id practi cally the entire population of ii liamstown. Many of the students of the college were away on their Thanksgiving vacat.-at but those re maining welcomed the president with Cheers On his arrival Mr, \\ itson saw ms first saow of the season. He t xpouts to go sleighing as much as puss lido during this stay. During ills top at Trov, N. Y.. the I resident s I tot > k hands with scveial 1 v ■ 1 i * f the children on i lie check and waved Ills hands to hundreds of women em ployes (,f ;l - irt and collar factor y iwtho leaned out of the windows to see lilm. •'That is a good republican.'' C.iout ed a man us a prominent repu dican shook hands with the president. "1 am glad to lieai it," replied Mr. Wilson ' I want as many of them as possible w ith me " Several bundled school children waved Ymerican i ag.- and cheered as tihe president’s train passed through) 3 loosic k. The president plan for a complete est while here and wiil see no callers aside from personal fliends. Presi dent Garfield of Williams college, son of the late President James A. Gar field, paid a short \lsit tonight. Tlvanks riving day will be stent quietly. Professor Stockton Ax- n. brother of Mrs. Wilson, will arrive to morrow morning. The president and members of his family and Dr. Gray son will attend a union Thanksgivin* service at St John’s Kpisoopal church in tllie morning. T! ey w ill take a.i autcmobile or sleigh ride and will eat their Than!-. - giving dinner in tbs evening. CHICAGO AIDS DESTITUTE. Chicago. N'ov 2*>. - Three hundred (thousand dollars dividend equally among (he Chicago art institute, the home for destitute crippled children, and the Mary Thompson hospital, is provided for in the will of the la’e Chicago capitalist. Vlexander McKay, filed for probate today. The re mainder of his $2.W«MMMI estate goes lo relatives had friends. Telephone us; rapid delivery. Pub lic Drug Co. "J 1 "■1 \» * ——————— Tray a Sentinel-Record Want Ad. jJUDGE HUFF TO LEAD THE PATHFINDERS "OLD SEMINOLE” TRAIL WILL BE TAKEN UP FROM ARLINGTON HOTEL SUNDAY. Mr. Albright of Public Utilities Com pany Volunteers to Make the Maps of the Various Trails Through the County. Judge C. Floyd Huff, with his fa mous pack oE fox hounds, will lead the citizens and visitors who Sunday morning at 7 o'clock will start from the Arlington hotel to lay out the first of tile patnflnder trails through 'Garland county. The first trip will be about 1 f miles in length from the start until the party returns to the hotel. It will lead out north of the city over Cedar street. Sugar ixtaf mountain, and Ihrougn a trail to Ozark Lithia Springs, where the party will break* fast, returning on the Ozark Lithia highway. Mr. Albright of the public utilities company has volunteered to go wita the pathfinders on all of the trips and make maps of the trails, which will be made in plate form and printed in the pamphlet whie.i will be for gen eral distribution to the visitors to the city. W. C. Springer has volunteered to point a largo Indian head sign for place at Central and Whittington junctions, with the wording ‘Old Sem inole Trail,” so taat visitors may have a guide to start on the trip ater. Frank Kvelund stated yesterday that the signs were all ready to he put up which guide the travelers from point to point along the trail. The committees who nave in hand the matter of distributing the tickets yesterday reported to chairman Or. Tribble that there was much interest being taken in the initial trip, and that probably at least 1"0 uorseiiien would be on hand tit 7 o’clock Sunday morning for tile start. DROP THEFT CHARGES. Chicago, Nov. 25.—The charges against Miss Florence Yost of Oma.ia, Neb., student at Northwestern Uni versity, who is said to have stolen front her fellow' students, will be dropped, according to W. C. Hedrick, administer of public safety, today. "I am at the mercy of the court,” said Miss Yost. “I have learned a lesson.” THANKSGIVING (MR TOR MANY INVALID!) SALVATION ARMY WILL SEND OUT DAINTY LUNCHEONS TO SICK AND NEEDY. At -:<sast forty sick and needy moth ers and children of Hot Springs will have occasion today to tnank the Sal vation Army for a dainty and tempt ing Thanksgiving repast. The recepit of three turkeys and other delicacies by Adjutant Howard and his co-workcrs prompted the Sal vation Army to radiate some Thanks giving cheer, not on the scale with its annual ('nristmas dinner, but a tempt ing little repast for the sick and needy, .1 luncheon to tempt the palate of the invalid lias been arranged by the army. Baskets containing turkey, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and other de’ieacies will lie sent to a list of those who need and appreciate such a gilt, tne list having been prepared in advance by Mr. and Mrs. Howard, and designed to reach those who other wise would not enjoy such holiday cheer. Mrs. l)r. C. V. Scott, of Kit tle Hock, a charity worker and like wise a famous cook, is assisting the •Salvation army ladies in preparing the meal in real home style. Adjutant Howard also announces that there will be a special Thanks giving street and hail service this I evening, with a special musical pro gram by tile Salvation army choir, hverybody is invited. -—a LONGER WORLD'S SERIES. Chicago, Nov. 25.—The next work! series will consist oi eleven games and prices will be lower, B. B John son, president of the American league said tonight when he made public a letter received front August Herr mann, chairman of 'he National base ball commission. The question of tutting prices for the world series was considered at a recent meeting of the American league here. Hermann's letter said somu of the club owners had objected to cutting the prices on the grounds that it would decrease the amount given the players. According to the proposed change the players will share tIn in the first five instead of four games, so their actual total will not he de creased. -- ILLINOIS FOREST FIRES, Marion, III., Nov. 25, Tne forest fires of Missouri and Arkansas have spread to Illinois and tonight approx imately ten thousand acres of timber, in the southern end oi Ihe state wore ablaze. A New Departure For Hot Springs, Ark. With every confidence in the future growth of this great health resort and satisfied that sooner or later Hot Springs will be sought by the afflicted and health seekers of the world, and wanting to take advantage of that period in its affairs, appreciating the efforts of the citizens and the various commercial organizations, who are so manfully applying their means and efforts to bring it more speedily to a possibility, have decided to add every assistance along my business lines. My first effort has been that of locating permanent h ndqua.ters here for the fiMing of all applications secured under leases for the American Prepay Electric Fan Co., covering the territory of the world, having full and exclusive control of this feature of their work. Our first efforts were taken up in Arkansas and at Hot Springs. Mr. Will Tate, who became associated with me at that time, proved his worth and today we have secured leases for over 800 fans which will be shipped to this city the first of next May and installed free of any expense in 128 hotels, rooming houses and pub'iic places. These fans will operate automatically for one hour or more upon the deposit of a nickel in the slot, supplying a great and needy public comfort, the hotels receive a commission of 30 per cent from the con tents and are only requested to supply the current, which does not exceed 1-2 cent per hour. Arrangements have already been completed with one of the most competent electricians in the city to take charge 'of the maintainance and collec tions from these fans and will be supplied with addition I fans which will be sun plied upon request to any resident of Hot Springs under lease condition. Mr. Whitestone has secured part of the premises of G27 Central Avenue for his future headquarters. lu addition to this, Miss Josephine Whitestone, his daughter, will own and op erate what will be known as the HOT SPRINGS ROOMING & RENTING BE REA!, which purpose will be to issue to the public free advice of any subject per taining to Hot Springs, or directing request to other more competent sources. It will also supply a comfortable writing piace, typewriter and stationery, headed with HOT SPRINGS boosting advertisement, free city phone servi e, and a pri' a'e booth; upon the walls will be p'iaced a large frame which will be divided into G-wh wide and 50-inch deep, some 50 classified columns; within these columns will be sub-divided and containing cards from one to two inches wide, displayed under clas sifications such as; Rooms, Houses, Apartments, Stores and any other matter of interest. There will also be a department devoted to railroad time tables, church records, societies, in fact everything that would be of public importance. Our purpose is to be absolutely impartial in giving advice, and to protect all parties to whom this service is rendered, to the extent of police protection, where the renters have just cause to demand it. We feel we are bringing to Hot Springs a much needed departure and assure the public a hearty welcome and the stranger will be encouraged to boost Hot Springs and to more clearly understand that Hot Springs is not a one man’s town, that all the freedom and protection of a cosmo politan town is found here. We want you to come and see us. Respectfully yours, Simon Whitestone Josephine Whitestone Fan Solicitor. Proprietor of Bureau. SMOKE FROM FOREST I FIRES IS HEAVIER ' WHILE PROPERTY DAMAGE HAS, BEEN SLIGHT, HEAVY PALL OF SMOKE CONTINUES. Little Rock, Nov. 25. Smoke from' tl * forest fires which are general al j over the state today made it impos sible to see two blocks away in Lit tle Rock and as nig.it fell the gray haze grew even thicker. Reports from over the state continue to tell of in numerable file’s in the timber and in tile grass of cleared land but still there is no report of any sing e large ioss. John H. Page, state commissioner of agriculture, today received a r - port that fire has been raging in the cane brakes between me ,V\ bite and Rid rivers in White and Woodruff counties for four days. No property loss was reported but one of the best hunting grounds in Arkansas lias been destroyed. Thousands of deer, bears, squirrels, rabbits and ducks have been driven out and many ruth lessly slaughtered as they fled The local weatner bureau tonight received a report that smoke in Fort Smith today was so dense as to ob scure the cloud... —-o DENIES INTERVIEW. Captain Hill of Marine Corps Repudi ates Mexican Statement. Washington, Nov. 25.—The evp a na tion of Capt. Walter N Hill, United States marine corps, of puhli-hei statements attributed to him wfiu , predicted disorder and looting would follow the American evacuation of Vera Cruz was received 1>> Secretary l aniels today. Tim matter was taken tinder advisement. Captain Hill said t ie conversation on which the item was based took place in his home in Boston and that he was talking with members of his own family and a neighbor whom he learned later was connected with a Boston paper. ‘"I iiad :io idea the conversation would be repeated outside my home, much less misquoted.’’ fail tain Mil' w rote. “I did not at any time have any in tention of criticising my superior oi the administration. 1 was simply do scribing tilings which I knew and al most all well informed people knew about Mexico.” -o- — 25 Lb. SACKS FOB 85c. Just received a car of Famous Robin Redbreast Flour. I can sell you 25-ib. sacks lor 85t Otisr. nteu satisfaction. J. W. HIUmiKTH, Grocery. 903 'Central Ave. Phone 800, 11-14-tf -o You can expect, only good results if you give baby pasteurised milk it’s pure that's sure The Pasten rlzed Milk Co «-21-tf STREET CAR FATALITY. Chicago. Nov. 25. A rule prohibit ing passengers front standing on rear platforms which the traction company is attempting to enforce was suspect ed today as being the cause of tlm death of John Votja. who died soon after tie was found In the street with Us skull crushed. Passers wlto took Votja to a drug stoi*e for first aid told the druggist he said he had been thrown off a street car far insisting on remaining on the platform. Protect Yourself Ask for ORIGINAL GENUINE ilitf Fot-J Dl'kk lor ;.!! A ;rs—C’lheri are !r.itatiu*s - ... ___ I .—J FURNITURE INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO. 228 OUACHITA AVENUE rilaheat price* paid ror »ec )nd hand fur niture, atovea and aewlnv machine* Jac. R. Gower. Ch»*. H. William*. NEW AND SECOND HAND. T*l#ohfln* DANCE LESSON* EVERY AFTERNOON f*rlvat« Laaaona a. A** olntmar** Baciai Daneaa Evary | Night. I V laltar* • n* , Strangart Walaoma ; I*HONE in \ The Metz Da Qcing Academy m 1-2 CENTRAL AVI. I Over Royal Theater. Eatdffllshed for Yoara Tango and Healtatlon Waite. ‘ CONCRETE, FIRE PROOF STORAGE WARE HOUSE BUILT WITH A SPECIAL VIEW TO GIVE PROTECTION 15,000 SQUARE FEET FLOOR SPACE. V We store everything—Furniture, Cot to.i, all kinds of goods, at very reasonable prices R. MURRAY TRANSFER CO. PHONES 82 and 48.