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! JOHN G. HIOGINS :: PUBLISHER orriCE old city hall building PHONE 131 SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Sentlnel-Rccer-l !• dclH'rrd by carrier to auc n«rt of th» cl*.>• or nt by moil to nrv addres.. ONR TEAK ..._ .. ... . .... Tfi '>0 StS MONTH* . 3 if. THREE MONTHS .. 175 ONE MONTH . 00 When IT ill In Advance. bubeeribcru failing to tret tb«‘lr i>.a:-«r flaily will niense renect cmr to the office Entered ft's second-class matter nt the rvnofflco (it Hl.t Poring®. Ark . ir.dcr ft of March 1. job COULD NOT BE SAVED The situation between Germany and America could not have been sav ed. There is no question but that for months President Wilson and others well informed, knew that the rupture was almost Inevitable They clung to the hope that lime would solve the situation, and that some unforsecn in lident ml pat save us from the vortex of war. |j President Wilson’s pence proposal was strongly indicative of a forced hand He did not voluntarily step in, but ho folt like it might be possible to ba of some service in saving an evil day be sgw ahead, and be made tho try. The developments of today were forecasted in words of President Wil son spoken months ago—even before the ele tion. "f^ere is no denying that tho U o* our government hat. strived Ilf utmost to keep Atnoricfi and I patis mu of the strifes of the old ft Vp® yet we mav not have to j.1;" icriflces. We ara not looking 1' " *W|ga4ns. Nto action will bo coluntary. ■rything we do will ho the doings 1 forced hand, and when that hand rlt, when that crip Ls clinched, it !Ibe a hand tha‘. will grip the rcht. lthe right will prevail. ■That honorary board Bfernor Brough had the idea Mint bf^f'rary board should be placed <e of all the state institutions. Idea was not alone one of his I «... i ’ is one that had received trial J wwstales, and h>d worked o’V wauT — * The house Of ropt^l»itatives < oin clded with the views of the governor, and passed a bill along this lln<\ but the Mate aenate disposed of the bill by throwing It under the table without comment. Unices there is a change of front on the part of the senate, this part of the Brough program will not get a trial for the next two years. The board of/, entrol. whether paid, or working forlhonor, depends for ef *• on th» manner in which its ntyjbute to public welfare. 5^™Wht to be i>aid, tout if paid members were politicians, and if unpaid members would not have -1ft ed Into politics, perbaps the honorary plan might have worked out well “ITS AN ILL WIND.” Its an 111 wind that blows nobody good. This old saw fits well into the history of today. Yesterday the cost of'living was a serious problem. To day your money will but almost double ""a* jmicb produce as yesterday. With tho ctft<lr.g off of foreign buslne s re lations, the producer must sell onl> at homo His market Is restricted, and his prices therefore, governed by the rule of supply aud demand, will drop. Tomorrow a sack of potatoes, a sack of flour, and cotton or wool goods on&Ut’to be much cheaper in our mar kets. and will be. True there will be other things that a ill go up. but a* a people who supply our own mar kets rather fully, the great common people of this nation will be saved a penny in exchange for the unrest we have suffered. Truly, it is an 111 wind that blows ndbobdy good, and truly an optimist may find a silver lining somewhere around every cloud Now they dali the ukelelo the fltvv -r or tit; Lizzie” of the musihal world. Compulsory arbitration ought to be the world’s rule, but then who is *oim; to enforce it • ? Getting peace with the sword might be Ml right hut for one’* being too cat up to enjoy It after It comes And the fJeraan note put the “leak” stuff entirely on the blink. And If anybody else has substituted guineas for chicken on the menu « hard us it may be to heifer* the j change is fine Also it might e observed that things are reeking along swimmingly well for early in a season thnf prom ises to Iasi well into May Always to avenue a wrong costs more than to maintain a riaht. However there is many a wall flow er in the all room who ran outshine them all In the kiehon February ttiug used to 'he Weather Mali ami apparently the lat ter is enjoying a o be ring off period that will e generally commendable. And when w- eomu to think of it there are ju>i m days more of this political campaign during which wo will decide tm muni ‘ipal material The Arkansas legislature is sawing wootl and in the dp anwhilo is ap parently -olviv some oi tin problems left unsolved !>> former legislative bodies. The honorary state, bojtrd which is to tie in control of the mate institu tions will tie >; ich an Innovation that we will want ev< t| |ay in which to pass judgeroegi on it. Still, if the country went to war we could mobilize our moving pi< ture men and the big leagues and make rjuite a showing. There is a report that the power of Villa Is shattered. What, again. And the hoys of the First Arkansas ire entrained—which in other words moans they have thoir checks In th<ir hat bands amt are cnnoute hoim Glad to learn this morning from ex changes that in some sections the Ground Hog didn’t see his shadow, therefore it will be a mild spring --— <v>nmii-sion form of government tnig might bring its/1 .idvantages, that is provided lC^froies along before the hour ofjwilhatfon is passed. / - .-*5^tat short line between Hot Springs and the Country Club la still in need of repairs, and Monday is the r.th day of February Also it is very comforting to know that this early prosperity extends to the smaller hotels and rooming houses as well as to all other avenues The German representative expect ed his passports to be handed him. and to disappoint him would he n dan gerous precedent. The Germans have a way of obtaining what they exp“et It isn’t necessary for a man to chloroform his conscience in order t'» refrain from attending to everything that don’t happen to meet approval Yes, a trip oat on the highway any early morning will be good for inerta, whatever that happens to be And then this season is scheduled to last until May first, so that we might have a genuine May Day celebration over the situation. They have introduced international graveyards In France, which has me thing on our system of merely nat Vm u 1 cetnetarles. The hook “A Woman and tho \\ it may have reference to the Kurop an situation, and then again if ma\ he merely another of those household tales. — That Kaiser must have a mean li« position to starr everything wrong on poor discredited Friday. But one good thing about this Kaiser note thing is that we were per mitted to forge, the threatened nil road strike for awhile. -- And there are a lot of Americans w» know ought to make good soldiers, and who wo could recommend tor placet, in the front. - 11 - .— ■ ' - - —:—=a ■■CTriKiWiiji !•!•] il *3p5rHRhcumrC!sn^Uout, Flood Pet so n. inherited or a<‘nuirt?dL and ttu atlt^»dant 111* and after effects, Scrofula, Old Ser- ». Ulcerous Conditions, Hkin Diseases, C a tarrh. Liver. Kidney and Blander pl eases. Stomach Troubles, Rundown Con dltlon, and kindred complaints. Price $5.00. Send for our free dvs Tip ttve testimonial hook. Address ALKANO REMEDY COMPANY, Kansas City, Missouri. For Sale by n. a. lionws DRW <:o THE CHURCKEsT First Christian Church. Services at the First Christian chufch, corner of Ouachita and West 3rand avenue* today at follow: ruble school beginning with ibo Sunday school orchestra music at 9:45. De votional at 10 a.m. David E. Finch, Supt. Preaching at 11 am. by the pastor. Subject '’Dlaclpleflhip." Junior I endeavor at 3:80 p.m., Goldie DlHtfW, Supt. Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. Subject “Visions and Tusks.' Preach ing at 7:30 p m. Subject “The Glories uni Possibilities of Humanity.' The public cordially invited to attend all Sunday services. There ■will be spe cial music at each service. If a Strang er take a South Hot Springs car to the church door. A welcome awaits. Tarry a moment and make yourself ac rjuainted with the pastor and his pro pel many < i whom will meet you at the door Spiritlalism. Spiritual Alliance Society ru'-et* every Sunday In New Hoyal theater at 3 and 7:45 p. m. Music by Master Glen Harsh. Hoi Springs most promis ing violinist. lectures by Mrs Elmo. Subject, the Work of Paul Test and spirit messages by Prof. Faso and Mrs Mae Elmo, p&*tor and medium All welcome. Sets free. Pome early and bear the music. Central Methodist Church. Corner Central and Orange streets. Sabbath school 9:30 a m., F. M. Sig ler, Sutp. Preaching, 10:50 am. und 7:30 p.m. by the pstor, Kev Marian Nelson Wald rip. Epworth League De votlonal, 6:30 p.m., Prof. Mayfields S S. class of boy- will have charge of the service. Womans Missionary So ciety meetings Tuesday afternoon Fp worth league Mission Study class 6.30 p.m Wednesday, Book on South America. Prayer meeting 7:3o pm.. Wednesday. Choir rehersal, 7:30 p.m. Friday. Strangers and visitors wel comed to all service: . Park Avenue Methodist. Rev. U. L. Duckworth, pastor. Sun day school at 9:15 a.m. and 7:::•> p. tn. Eyfworth League at fi:30, newel .I.\ek won leader. Womens Missionary So ciety meets at the church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7:30. Choir prac tice at 7:30 Friday night. A welcome Is extended to all to attend our ser vices. St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Corner Spring and Cottage fitre 'ts Rev. A. R. Llwyd. rector. Septuagres lntu Sunday school 9:3u am \n ad dress I). Shepherd on "Sewonee ' Evening prayer and sermon. 7:50 pm iaidie* aid meets on Monday at ■'! and daughters at 7:30 p.m. Choir prac ice on Tuesday and Thursday at 7:5" p. m. First Presbyterian Church. There will (he no services in (he First Presbyterian church on Sabluth February 4th. ou account of the ab sence of the pastor. Sunday school as usual at 9:45. Junior Endeavor at 3 o’clock Senior Endeavor at t' ::0 p. m St. Mary'* Catnotlc Church. R a.m. Mass and Holy Common1-in. 10:39 a.m. High Mass and sermon. 7:30 p.m Roeary and Henediotion You •are cordially invited to these scrvOes. Orange Street presoyterian unuren. This congregation invites you to worship with them Sunday, February i. Sunday school at 0: tr, a m. Cla'-ses fr ail sl/.es. The Bible lass c or, i to ail who desire to hear Pro l>- ■ i' ay teach the lesson. Th■• vill preach at 11 am. on "Wha fi no With Our Opportunities.” At 7:30 o’clock p.m. the pastor will pro ch again The publis cordially nviteri to all the services. First Church of Christ, Scientis*. Located Corner Central and Garland avenues. Sunday morning service be c-ins promptly at 11 o’clock Subject of lesson sermon "Love." Sum ay school begins at St: 45 a. ni. Pupils under the age of 20 years are welco ne Wednesday evening service begins at S:00 o’clock. At this service t* ti monies of Christian Siuncc heal.ng are gven. Heading rooms are in; in talned n th,, cliurdh building and ire open daily except Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. with librarian in atV nd ance The pirbtic is cordially invited to attend our services and visit the n id tng rooms. Second Baptist Church . Oirner Fourth ami Garland. Kov. C. F. J. Tate D. 1), pastor. Morning suhject: "The Model ITayer." Even ing subject: "Hiotous Living" Each is the second in a series of twelve ser nions ;he one up "How to Tolk With God" and the other on the "Prodigal Son.” Everybody is welcome and vfsftors specialty invited, to a,tt» nd these services. Hours 10: ir, a .m and 7:20 p.m.. Take a South Hot Springs car ’n Garland avenue, and then walk one short block west to the church door Park Place Baptist Church, Services begin at 10 o'clock with •he Sunday 4rhool, W. J. .Muse, su perintendent. The morning subject will 1m, "Why Many Prayers Are Not Answered.” Do not fail to hear this sermon. The evening theme will be, "Shortsightedness.” B Y. P T7 meets Tuesday night. At the present srr vices are being held in 'he Lowc-ry OPEN SEASON 1917 From JANUARY iJth to MAY 1st European Plan Exclusively _ / Slnele Double. nr ' ££ \ ^ ROOMS W|TH HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER *1 00 TO *4.00 PER DAY *2.00 TO *0.00 PER DAY I PI r 1 TT 75 RoSmS wIth PRIVATE TO.LET . 2 00 TO $6.00 PER DAY. 4.00 TO 8.00 PER DAY JL Ctl 1^1 I 25 ROOMS WITH HOT SPRINGS MINERAL WATER BATHS 4.00 to 7.b0 PER DAY. 6 00 TO 1700 PER DAY CAFE SERVICE FROM 7:00 A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT AT FOPULAR PRICES. CLUB BREAKFAST. TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEON, AND TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS A. B- Gaines. Pres. Lyman T. Hay, Gen. Mgr- W. E. Chester, Mgr. . . — ■----• .* iurf mrmra wiT-■ imm i 'in x.txjrkruKtaciT . **wv*\-Y 1 ~ 7- ’ — Nort Open for Business Palace Hotel UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OF WOMACK AND WOODCOCK. OWNERS OF THE PROPE RTY. EUROPEAN PLAN RATES~«;i.OO PEH WEEK UP. 414 12 Central Ave. Direct Iy Opposite Bath House Row. isror - building on Park avenue join ng Meadows' drug store. \ welcome awaits all who attend our sr-rvi-e St. John's Church. Sunday, Febr ary 1. at S o'clock ■< in. L ril Ma~s and Communion. A, Id o’clock a.in.. High Mass and sermon by ltev. T. Lehane At 7:3d ji.m. the ltev. Dr. I Talbott Smith will edIHer « lecture about the text, \nd They Watched H m." which would ha v • been delivered last Sunday evening hut the storm interfered. Tuesday evening the ladie. will have a pro grcss'Vj. euchre « : In. Moody hotel DON'T TAKE A CHANCE on your home heir.g burgarlD.ed. We write burglar insuraneo. $10 will pro tect you up to $!,0h0. Phone 351. DODSON INSURANCE AGENCY. 1-3-tf. Trunks, Waist’, Skirts and tailor made Suits at Halls. He cuts the price. • 1-20-lnio. For reliable roof work call Geo. J. Turk, phone 339. 12 27-tf *mr \\ GOOD HEALTH. is worth hacing and keeping. When you make a purchase of some article that you expect to use often, you In vestigate different makes and person ally sclent the most modern and re liable. Why not give just as careful atten tion to regaining and preserving your health? CHIROPRACTIC, the new science that, aids Nature, in adjusting the cause of disease should be personally investigated and not judged by hearsay evidence Visit us Or. I. A. Williams PHONl tin CHIROPRACTOR. Corner Central and Court 8tre#t, OPK qulto that you destroy means that you bars prevented lbs breeding of million* of others. You nhould carry on ■ constant war fare against these dangerous peatr. Kill them quickly and easily with Bee Brand Insect Powder Fan It Into tbs air. Flies and mosquitoes die In a few minutes. Also kilt* acta, roacbea, fleas, bedbaga, lice, etc. Harm low to human beings and their pets, (let the gum lae in the Bed Thu. 10c, 25c & 50c AO Grocurw, Druggist* % A Department Stores. _ m LITTLE ROCK 1 MEMPHIS 1 GHICAGO I KANSAS CITY | Has Electric Elfrbted W Sleeper 91 Chicago and Kansas City. B Parlor Car Memphis. flh j Coaches—Memphis I Elegant Dlulnn Car B l.ittle Cork to Memphis. H B F M TO N ST. STATION, £gf iopposite PostoffP-a !■ Phone 141. B IV. M. ANDERSON, C. P. A. H V— arr v_ii—»•—ii—»«_j i—. —11——ii—i l_j i -j t-j c_j u-j c_j lu c_n r-? cjj c i cj c_] c_j clj c_ac_i cJjcj I FOR SAI_i g INVESTIGATE THESE BARGAINS: 6 Bargain No. 1—\n |S-room modern hotel, well furnisht d ntd full fi of guests; price. $ b'd'O.OO, C Bargain No 2—Ten-acre tr.i t eoori land well iruprn ed one mile G from city; price $1,000.00 K Bargain No. 3—80 acres eoori farm land, well Improved located Qj on prominent road seven miles from -ii. price X $1,800.00. n Bargain No 4—A modem residen e well located, nt i rare bargain [lj 3 Bargain Nc. 5—A modern 1 Vroorn now brick apartment Qj Q Bargain No. 6—a good well-paying rooming house. Q Cnll'on us at our office or Phone 630, and we will call on you. uj THE ARKANSAS TRUST COMPANY I 0 J J. T. JONES OR D E DALLAS. $ ■*' essses asabdiidsah cmbusi'S? i v New Moody Hotel a..d Bath House 125 all outside rooms with running hot and cold water—Piivate ex change—Telephone service in every room Rates $2.50 to $5.00 Per Day American P an Bath House under supervision of United States Government—Water direct from reservation. m . PHONE 165 HARRY H, BELL. Manager .*.. ..—----^ TM HALE BATHS 1 ARE UNEXCELLED ANYWHERE ON THIS CONTINENT I Completely rebu < under supervision of United States Governmaat I Latest and most sanitary fixtures throughout, affording bathers I ttie euper at ve ii"gree of benefit ami comfort. Sunny I ucgt:.g and Sitting rooms add to the pleasura of guests. I 21 Baths. (Including attendant) .. „. 212.00 10 Baths, (Including attendant) .. 0.00 - Single Bath, (Including attendant) .. ,22 * —■—«■■■ ■■■ st.,—0 Hn jRcfual fiealtb factory Me Roberts Bowling Alleys 225 Valley Street t Proper Place for Ladies and Oentlemsa Vo Indoor Game Equals iowjfns; for Health, Kiercla^ lacreatlon. SPECIAL HATES POR LADIES’ AFTERNOON The J^utoioc/c Wardrobe MADE ONLY BY THE MENDEL-DRUCKER COMPANY Jl Revolution in Trunk Construction M Revelation in Travel Convenience Protected Inside Yale Lock Mechanism No Exposed Locks or Bolts One turn of key com* pletely unlocks trunk. Close the trunk and it locks automatically. Dustproof Moulding Makes Trunk Perfect Fitting and Rigid The Jfu/o/oc* is the Sensation of the Season JOHN C. BOHL 5 ^Central Avenue.