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w 4—1 1-TELEGRAM ( I 8 ■ " ^ 4 P’ ' Kmm ? Modern Business grew to a point where letter service at telegraphic speed was imperative. The Western Union originated Day and Night Letters to fill this need. The astonishing results have shown this was a real need capably filled. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. Now that you are in Hot Springs, don't overlook the good things. Get a cup of Blanke's Famous Coffee and a Hot Lunch, or some of our Famous California Fruits and Confectionery. Hot Springs ' Confectionery "JIM” AND GEORGE,” Prop. /14 Central Ave. Phone 291. The Million Dollar Mystery Has been solved, but there are many who are wondering how we can serve ‘'such a good” meal for 25e. How ever. wo IX') give yon the b'st meal in the city for the price. All we. us,; js: Try one meal. You will be ui ‘Bed at the quality- We make a iced rate if you buy a Meal Ticket for $2 sell you ticket, whether you one or more meals per day. , look us up Thi is the be l ^position you have ever seen Room, $5.50 to $8 per week. ACE HOME HOTEL 5 Fountain Terrace. VIA EACHING latter Straw Hats Trimmed, new. Prices T THE PARTICULAR AN’S BUSINESS. New Location, 605 Central Ave. Special Offer For Easter HOFFMAN TAILORING AND CLEANING CO. will line your Suit with a fine grade of Ratin without extra charge. Four hundred of the latest spring and sum mer samples to select from, made by Fred Katilfman, the American Tailor. Suits front $18 up. Pants $4.M) up. Ladies' Tailoring also. Cleaning Pressing. Altering end Repairing. PHONE 644. OFFICE 233 CENTRAL AVENUE. 3-16-lrn JOHN D. HOSKINS LAWYER Offices Sumpter-Lit tle Bldg. Phone 608 Dr. i). W. Westmorland SANITARIUM. TREATMENT FOR DRUG HABITS AND INEBRIATES. 668 Quapaw Ave. Phone 1260 PREMIER PICTURES AT THE PRINCESS MASTER MUTUALS. PARAMOUNTS AND KEYSTONES WITH FULL ORCHESTRA SELECTIONS. The Princess theater opened as a premier picture hou e yesterday to n splendid attendance considering tbs inclement weather, and the new pol icy of this thentei was greeted with pleased acil&im hy ail the friends and patrons who witnessed the sterling program on the first day, Aside from the magnificent program of pictures shown, the Princess or cheatra, with violin solos by Ned iPicerno, piano -elections hy I)ake Hodgkins, full orchestra selections and the pertect mechanical uee-om aiiiment to the pictures was a com pletc and pleasant sut prise to all. The Princess Is tlte largest, must beautiful and best equipped picture house .n the city and with the Idgge.-t and best program ever offered at five and ten cents tlte Prince.-s promises to become tile i*<«-*•-->'»•*. inuaction of the resort Today's program is a splendid four reel offering of Master Mutuals, head ed hy Kay dice's master two reel dra matic production, 'His brother's Keeper,' one of the most tense and gripping dramas to he .-^een in the city. The Princess comedy company pre seats "The Skinflint." the comic -tory of a man who loved money above all else. Little Walter Owens, formerly tick et taker at the Lyric, will now ho found in a similar capacity at the. Princess, and tiis silvery t"nor voice will be heard in songs every Friday. The Princess offers you today the • host pictures, th.* finest inns c and the most beautiful mid roomy picture home in the city. Wednesday the feature otter.tig is ‘ babbling Water " a two reel Re liance. THREE GERMAN SHIPS REPORTED SUNK IN BALTIC London, Maroll 27 1" : 'J7 p. ill Reuter's Stockholm correspondent, in a dispatch concerning the tnree Ger man steamers reported stink in the Baltic, sav s The Havana encountered a vio lent snowstorm and probably was wrecked The Koottigsherg struck a mine on the Pom ■ aiieau coast some time ago. The Germania was last r > ported at Swineinu.ule and probably is now safe at some Gentian port." Use Liggett * Golden Tip tea for making Iced tea. This tea is pro cured only front the car y flowery pickings, which In this country 1* found in but few of the most exclusive stores, sad then at prices varying from *2.00 to *5.00 a pound. Price *1.00 a pound. For sale by R. G. Nlor. ilia Drug Co Phone 2>5 *-10-ttf DON’T FAIL TO VISIT f*HI OAKLAWN MINERAL WEU Two blocks west of Oaklawn Race Track. This water is noted for Its cures of Liver, Kidney, Bladder and Stomach troubles Constipation and Eczema. Delivered da j In 1-2 Gal lon Bottles, *1.00 per week. If you have Kidney Trouble, Eczema or Stomach Trouble, be sure and try It Phone 1496. GOLD FISH DAY—Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup and two gold t sit. 25c. R. G. Morris Drug Co, 25 New (Raster Stilts just received at Woodcock & !.awson's. :l-27-2t ■ —.rt-——■ Why suffer wibli your feel when they can be cured easily Call at out store today and our School demon strator. Ed sail Shoe Co. Free advice. -o REMOVAL NOTICE. Dr. C. A. McConnell has moved his offices from the Thompson Building -2 Central Ave., over Schneck’s ore. where he was formerly 3-17-1 mo Will ENFORCE 1 NEUTRALITY BATTLESHIP ALABAMA WILL ARRIVE AT NEWPORT NEWS THIS MORNING. Naval Officials Believe the Prinz Eitel Will Entern and That Her Commander is Enjoying the Posi tion of English and French Cruisers Washington, March 29. While ev ery precaution is being taken to guard against po-sihle violations of American neutrality .n the ev-nt of t dash for the sea through tlie Virginia capes lij t ie (ierm in commerce raider l*rin/. Kitel Friedrich, naval officers lie re are almost a unit in the belief that the Kitel will rrul se no more until the war is over They think ..mander Thieriehens is en joying the trouble to which h" has put the llritisli and French cruisers patrolling the Virginia coast and is merelx awaiting the expiration of th* time limit given him for re pa r- he fore permtting the collector of cus toms at New:tort New 10 intern his fillip for the war Sir t'eeil SpringcRIce, the llritish ambassador, called at the navy de partment today and had a talk with l+ear Admit a I Fiske, aide for opera tlous. It Is understood tie gave as surances that the warships ol the allies would not conic wi'h n me three-mile limit or do anything else In violation of neutraiin it was learned today that the Itrit i'- li government had made repi-i sent .1 tion- to tlie state department in re gard to the Kitel, taking the ground that in allowing the ship to dock, clean and lie painted the port authori ties at Newport News had not ob served The Hague treat' stipulating against Increasing tin- na'.il s,re: rth of the shlii under such ciretimsi mecs Hetiartment offic ials, itowever do not accept this view. No intimation as to when In - tirn■ * given tlie raider to stay in port would end was forthcoming from offi cials today, but ii is known that th-' limit is drawing near. The battleship .Alabama which left I’hiiadelph i this afternoon, is due in Hampton Roads early tumor: ow to re enforce the two destroyers and the submarine on duty tlie’ -0 ELECTION PROCLAMATION. Notice is hereby given that an elec tion will he held in the City of Hot Springs, Ark,, on Tuesday, the sixth day of April. l'.M.a, for the eleetion of the following city official. MAYOR, TREASURER, DOUCE JUDGE. ALDERMEN (one from each of the s \ wards of the city). Said election wii! be held under the supervision of the County Eleetion Commissioners, and at the usual vot ing precincts of each ward. Given under mv hand and seal this 15th day of March. 11*15. C-H AS. C. WEBB, Sheriff of Garland County, Arkansas. 3l7-2i*t DEMOCRATS TO MEET. Special to The Sentinel Becord. I.ittle Rock. March 20. -Secretary Jack Maloney of the State Demo cratic Central Committee today is sued a call for a meeting of the com mittee in Little Rock. Ypril 12. to select a successor to th ■ late .lodge \Y M Kavanangh committeeman front Arkansas. C. G. Bry Distributor 426 Ceniral Ave. HOT SPRINGS ARK. Telephone 1009 t I o you eau(Ifui jewels’ YoW m< ! beautll i creations production^ weleomt to come In and ook at the* M< eover, you will find here a magnlflcl silver novelties, watches, Roltl jewelry, sd Kilts here at prices running from 2.1 rents 1 DIAMOND HINDS . DIAMOND BROOCHES . DIAMOND NECKLACES . DIAMOND BRACELETS DIAMOND BAR DINS DIAMOND IA VAI.I IK RES . . . DIAMOND SCARE PINS. DIAXMOND EARR1NCS DIAMOND CUFF BETTONS . .. Ask to see oil special $1'".no liamond Ring It is of gr beauty mill value. It' von leave your name at our store we sltull be glad in liave^M mail'd to your home add re a, a complimentary copy of Ja< B card » New Book of Gifts, w th its 224 pages ol information v on the lat st styles of jewelry and fine wares for your home JACCARDS 502 CENTRAL AVE. 1 TONIGHT ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND BIG RALLY FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Several Leading Speakers of the City Will Be Present and Will Discuss the Issues of the City Campaign. Probably the Iasi big political ral.y of tli ■ ircsent municipal campaign will lie held at the comt bouse to night. at which time there will he sev eral of tlie well I,nown speakers of the city discuss the issues of the pi ‘sent campaign. A determined effort is being made by the business men and democrats combined to make the majority lor tlte democratic nominees so positive in this city election that there will not again he rival tickets when such representative business men as are on the democratic ticket are made the nominees. Alter the big rnlly of today it is most preliable that, the remainder of the campaign will be devoted to quiet work among the citizens. The demo cratic city campaign committee, com posed of Messrs. 'Marsh. Farmer and Mol-iaiiglilin. have been o\er the situation thoroughly, and have for more titan a week had the hearty cooperation of a large field of lieu tenants who are working for the democratic ticket. htring tlie last few days there .nve been most glowing reports from quarters of those who it had been re ported were bolting tlie democratic ticket, but wlto it is now stated will sunvort the nominees in the election next Tuesday. Also there ore most gratifying repotts from the business men w lto are not usually emphatically identified with either [tarty, hut wlto j a- a unit are pledging their support, and lending their influence to the democratic ticket headed by Harry A. Jones, who they regard as the most representative business man wlto has offered for political office here in many years -o PITTSBURG BENEFITS. President Dreyfus' Team “lays Elks'1 Benefit Tomorrow Afternoon. Always the l’ittslmrg team on its visit here is called on to play benefit games, and always the crew of Presi dent Dreyfus and Manager Fred Clarke respond. Already a benefit lias been given Leo. N. Levi for the Memorial hospital, and tomorrow the Pirates will plaj a benefit game tor the charity fund of the Elks lodge of tills city. Incidentally it is recalled that the Elks last Christmas dis pensed more charity in Hot Springs than had ever been undertaken in •previous years by any or all of the charity organizations. -—o GAME LAW DEAD. .-special to The Sentinel Record Little Rock, March 29.—It was dis covered today that the fund accruing from licenses under the new game and lisli law cannot tie used during the next two years in enforcement of the law, owing to the fact that the legislature made no specific appro priation to authorize such use. This handicaps the commission from the start, in enforcing the game and fish law, unless it can finance wardens otherwise, as neither the auditor nor state treasurer will take the respon sibility of touching the new fund by warrant without an appropriation. ; REMOVAL NOTILc. _ j Jnc T. O’Brien, the practical and experienced tailor, is now located at; 217 Central avenue. Owing to the stringency of the present time and; the cutting of his expense more thaa ■ half, hy is prepared to do all kinds oc work In Ills line at greatly reduced1 prices. A good stock of woolens on I l and and also a full line of samples | of all designs. Does French dry cleaning and pressiug. Alterations on men’s, women’s and youths’ clotlh«s undertaken with an absolute guaran tee of satisfaction- Phone 720. 12-4-tf NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Vapor City Baseball Club, in ordtr to buy equipment and to maintain a first-class ball team, is asking public donations. When volunteer colored girls call upon you, please place the amount of your subscription In the small bank carried by them. .J. C. Cobb, President; Horatio Ash, Man ager. 2-17-tf Why suffer with your feet when they can lie cured easily. Call at our store today and ,-ee our School demon strator. Edsall Shoe Co. Free advice. SCHOOLS MUST CLOSE. iSpeclal to The Sent ini-Record. Little iRocU. March 2:t.—Firmer 'State Senator T. .1 Turner of the Jonesboro Agricultural School board predicted today that Governor Hays' veto affecting farm schools after THINK FAST; This Is Your $3,500. 70 acres on good pike, 5 miles of town, with large ham and good cot tage, r> rooms and hall; 30 acres in cultivation; some fruit plenty of woods pasture; tunning wafe r. This is one of the best $2,250. No. lfi Henderson avenue, 60x200, modern t! room cottage; cement walks Terms $500 down, balance as agtpeil at S per cent. A dandy. $4,0OC. Fine lot on Orang» street, 50x150, near Sigler Apartments, swell for flat building. Another just like it along side. $1,200. 10 acres near Tnornton Ferry road, cornering on Hull Bayou; nice place for a business matt's country villa, or fishing lodge. Let's go see it. $3,200. Thr’e good rottaees, modern except sewer; on lot corner Hi,ities anil Could; one barn. well, two hydrants in yard; rental $30 per month; fine investment. cause th close of the schools aft e; thl veat until the next legis'atura meets. Also he expressed the opinion that cutting down state su -.port of apt (cultural s< tools will cause the federal government to withhold sui • [tort of ceVipin funds from this state STORAGE fnR# you want t* eta r# AnouohoW 4')o*!s, *r *r*f tA-ek of sale ’uiou* - *11 an SOKRAT TRANSFER «f> *?* have rot the omr fireproof ware uuse In the rltv. Warehouse ronstruei i v/tth *pp*”»te * oaruoer.ta f«< »*w» 'urn If fra *!»»•**»*•• •> «*• •* W05T ROOFERS Patching, Painting and Repairing a Specialty. If your roof leaks, i Phone 26 BUY QUICKLY Opportunity ! $1,000. For colored, good lot and two t-rooni c ittages; 1 wel’; rental 111- Look tills lilt. . $3,COO. No. 16 Park Place, 2 1-2 story frame, it; room apartment house-, cost, $5,000; mod rn, on large lot. Barn and garage. A bargain if von want one. $2,omt can run at x per cent. $1,200. Three lots and 5 loom cottage. Bur roughs addition We’ll see it to gether. Kasy terms. $800. 160 acres pine timber land, about 12 acres cleared, :: rotfm lions’, plenty si rinjgs. 16 miles north. The timber worth twice as much, $2,500. flood six-room cottage, large lot, M. aim B. addition, near Banker Marsh’s beautiful residence cost over $3,500. Will make you ft nice home. $600. North end, lit loo by 1 barn, well fenced, Kasy terms. Chiropractic Adjustment THI WAV IX) GET WELL Chiropractic l* de nned by Webster a» 'A system of adjust- < Ing the joints, espe cially of the spine for the curing of DISEASE." This science as counts for, locate* and removes the cause of most all human ailments. Why not have th# cause of your trou 3le explained and -elieved from your spine. Consultation and ex amination freely ex tended to all with out charge. 4 I. A. WILLIAMS CHIROPRACTOR Moved to I’M 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. ’HONE 111*. ocean" trip HOT SPRINGS, ARK. —To— NEW YORK $49.82 Via Memphis ar.1 New Orleans 5 DAY'S AT SEA Including meals and berth. Also Havana and Panama Ca nal Trips. Call or phone 141. W. M. ANDERSON SECURITY BANK HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS, TRUST AND GUARANTY COMPANY. A ROLL OF HONOR RANK Built to Wlthatand tha Storm. Capital $100,000 Surplua $75.00* Thurston P. Farmer LAWYER Cttlzana National Bank Bid*. Phona 1811. THE GENERAL BLACKSMITH C. N. ANOE We do a and.