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Albert Mendel & Co
SATURDAY SPECIALS The New Wirthmor Waists Are Here THE STYLES ARE DELIGHTFULLY PRETTY, NEW. MODISH. DISTINCTIVE —CREATED JUST A FEW DAYS AGO BY DESIGN ERS IN CONSTANT TOUCH WITH EVOLUTION \yfltTHM cT OMST IMOR Guaranteed •jME.VRSRiNK Wash Skirts A VARIETY OF STYLES AND SIZES TO SELECT FROM. Reduced Prices in Coats and Suits Albert Mendel & Co. e Lonsdale School Closes With Patri otic Exercises. The I.on-dale jiuMlo soh ol, orated in thin county, closed its term yes terday with appropriate exercises which included a public oral exntlna tion o! students hy the superintendent, exhibition worn, pufrlotie drills iiy pupils and public speaking. I he si ho i and i wn tire named lor I Mr John Lonsdale, formerly of jihis c ity. hut now f St. Louis The I towti i healed just 17 miles east of I this pity on the Iron Mountain rail i road Mi. John "I Herndon, princfpu' and ! ',iss lilht O’Conn r, assistant, de ; serve nmeli credit f r the valuable ■ ervie,. ihe> have rendered ihe school I anti the pupils reflected credit upon Mo teachers, as well as themselves, in ihe excellent showing made ye-terday, which was witnessed hy a large at tendance of patrons. During the morning session. County Superintendent David Crockett con ducted a public oral examination of the more advanced grades hy giving them work in spelling and arithmetic. An nni<|ue exhibition in re let maps was made <ut of d ors hy the pupils. The lower grades, maps of Arkansas, The advanced pupils made maps of I America, both North and South The hig basket picnic was much I enjoyed during the n on hop -, when fr ends and neighbors renewed and cemented friendships, talked over matters of local, national and world significance. Miss OTonri' r's pupils rendered with prori-ion throe liPttutifiil pair ’*io drills. Twenty Kills gave a flag drill; -it boys executed a marching drill w ith appropriate patriotic sing-1 Inn. ttiiil 2b girls executed a drill in caleslhenlcs 'I'ltese created much cti thusiasm. Judge Alonzo Curl made a stirring, enthusiastic aildress on “Preparation Morally, Physically and Intellectual ly.” He was listened to with close attention by the large audience of pa trons and members of the schools. The meeting was presided « ver by the superintendent of Garland county s- h ols. * * * •Others' Club Entertained Mrs. Harry Smith Hostess. Mrs. Harry O. Smith was hostess yesterday afternoon to the members and friends of the Others' Club, which met in regular session w th the presi |dcut. 'Mrs. Hiram /MeCofferty, in the. 4 GOOD HEALTH. Is worth having and keeping. When you make a purchase of some article that you expect to use often, you In vestigate different makes .and person ally select the most modern and re liable. Why not give just ns careful ntteu n wo regaining and preserving your 1.^ u ? 1 CHIROPRACTIC, the I'Vyv science that aids Nature, in adJustiiV the can re of disease should be persuially investigated and not Judged bk hearsay evidence. Visit u\ Dr. *' A. Williams A.«f i'moni uia ’ CHIROPRACTOR. Corner central and Court Street, ope* RIDING HABITS. For Rent or Sale / »T SPRINGS RIDING HABIT CO i Cottage St. Phon. he) lacrt ^nnos, Victor and Edison Talking Machine*, Typewriters and 8ewing Machines, at the right prices and on easy terms. Competent men in charge of our re pair department. ,Phone us your or der today. A C RICHARDS Piano Co. ENTRAL AVE.jf 'PHONE 104. 1 Headdresses That Proclaim the Dance ^ -X— There Is no question ns to where tills pretty uniiiil is going. for her heud ilross proelniuis that tier steps are turned rianeeward. Or else slip Is go ing to see and he seen at the opera. At either place, carefully polfed, she covers her hair with transparent tulle sometimes in a cap and occasionally put on like a hair net and hardly to be discerned. Dance caps are Im mensely becoming—If you haven't one look at those pictured here and pre pare to make one. The cap at the left Is the simplest thing possible, and anyone can make It. All that Is needed Is a narrow hand of buckram, wired with shirring wire along the edges and sewed together at the ends. This circlet Is covered with satin or silver cloth, and over this sil ver lace Is sewed. Then a strand of pearl beads Is tacked to the top edge and a big dish covered with them Is placed at the front. It Is made in the same way as the band, and strands of beads are sewed In rows to one side of It. A small close-fitting puff of pale gold undines is sewed Into the hand. It keeps tlie hair from flying, j The cap at the right has h narrow ham) covered with black velvet for its foundation. It supports n double puff I of black mnlincM anil Is brightened j with a Mat band of spangles In green and blue. This spangled band Is loop- j ed in a knot at the front and certain- ' !v brings to mind a brilliant ami sin ister looking but beautiful serpent. From the loop a tall, Iridescent feath er springs, anil a soft twist of innfiues veils the spangled Imnd but docs not cover it entirely. The spangles gleam through it and make the bit of won derful headwear undeniably fosclnat Cut on Youthful Lines. Forerunners of styles that aref''-> come In the spring show that elotimv* j are to he cut on decidedly youihtvy lines. Colors are to be cheerful pr ! even guy, and everything Is to ha' 1 an appearance of trlgness and sun ness. At least this is what the for runners Indicate, but sometimes the! i Indications do not work out us we et I>ect them. Ing. / 1 (hair unci Mrs. 'H. Cox as secre tarv. There were abcttt l’O members present. There were several visitors. Mrs. McCafferty openeil the meet ini; with ;t ilevotional service, read inn a chapter front the I? hie on w rk and servicp This was followed hy jituyei led li v fir. Marion N' Yv'u id rip [Mrs. Wi Ifnrd followed with n poem on work, and then the membership and visitors gathered about the piano and sunn in eh ms. “Work for the Night Is Co ini hr " Mrs. Kie Davis ti 1** ri 'O “Lot Vh Havo Poaoo. Mrs llal Halley read a poem on serv ice. Mrs. MeCafferty read the c’nh pledge founded on the poem, "Cor O hers,' anil made a talk uging all to take it ns a motto and try to do each day something for the happiness of others. Mrs. \V. <i. tManrice pro sented the work being pr meted by the Navy league in the f rmation of comforts committees, and asked foi the cooperation of the clnh There was a general discussion of the mat ter. and it was decided to do all pos sible. Mrs. Harry Bell advocated that the Others' Club and her knitting club unite in their contribution, which It was decided should he CO comp etc sets of knitted articles t. be made ac cording to government specifications. Mrs HI7a H tislev, a gifted tnusi fan. rendered a beautiful piano selection. The hostess, who proved a most ad mirable one, treated the ladies dur ing the social hour with a rtelleh'us and bountiful ref-eshmerit course Beautiful roses were given as fav rs to each one present. The new members added were: Mc: dame Ed Cotton, r s. Ferguson. T. A. Hightower and Ke Davies. The i visitors present were: Rev. Waldrlp, who made a request for aid for the State Methodist Orphanage and en dorsed the work of the Others’ Club: Mrs R. J. llowlett, wlio donated tC the club a substantial contribution to ward 'heir offering to the comforts committee, and Mrs. David A Crock ett. who was present in the interest of the navy eague. Mr-. Pope having resigned the re cording secretaryship, .Mrs. Whiter K. C x was elected to i' ll that place and Mrs. Will 'Ellis to succeed Mrs Cox as corresponding secretary. The next meeting or the club will be the first Thursday in .'May at the home of Mrs. Harry .Jacks': n on Qua paw avenue. * * * Lecture On Japan. Tile illustrated lecture on Japan given recently at the Second Baptist church attracted an overfow attend ance. who were enthusiastic in their praise x f the beautiful pictures given by aid of stereoptican and the sin eerity of the lecturer who- has been a lecturer in Japan for eight years. The congregation contributed to he missionary w,< rk in Japan * * * Red Cross Has Opened an Office and Make Call for Furnishings. The Red Proas had opened beauti ful new offices in the Southern Club building. The organization desires that anyone having chairs, tables or sewing nun hinea to donate or loan to make it kn. wn at once by communi cating by telephone with either 7S2 or 17.’!. The Red Cross is doing a wonder ful work and has a splendid organiza tion here, it Is a patriotic work and everyone i-, being urged to join as members or to aid by their service In sewing and other ways. # * * Navy League Work Progressing. The Navy League bids fair t equal the lied Cross in numbers and en thusiasm. (Especially is (his true of the comforts committee, which i-s, gr- wing so fust that .Mrs. \V G. Mau rice, organizer, is considering the ad visability of having two r three of these committees so as to faci itate thrt work. There is no rivalry in the w rk of the Red Cross and the .Navy League for b th have the same object—to assist tlie government and t.p aid Americas fighting men. noth are aids to the servCe. Many local mem bers belong to both organizations. The Navy League members and the comforts committee members will be much gratified if their numbers and enthusiasm equal that ot the local Red Cro-s, which goi tin earlier start and has made w nderful progress. lu every appeal Mrs. Maurice has matin f r assistance for the Navy League work, she has endorsed the work f the Wed Cross, of which she is a member, and lias urged every in dividual and organization to join both or one of the-e movements to assist the government. * * w Patriotic Offer. Mrs. ('ora Tiigitins O’Ttoyle demon strated her patri tisni by offering to fnrnfsli at wholesale prices the woo yarn to b>‘ used by those who will knit articles to he turned over to the’ <•' nif its committee of the Navy League and to teach those who do n t know how to knit to do so. But, (or tear Mrs. O’Bovle will he over worked, the committee w*! Wrrahge to have other ladies to assist in the work of Instruction In knitting* Otters i ..such as the above are Hip substantial things that count. “• •» * Call for Women Who Knit. All ladies who kn w n:.w to knit and me wi ling to assist in ten hing others are asked to volunteer their service, free to the c-mforts commit tee of the Navy League. Mrs. \V ii. Deaderiek is chairman of this c m mittee and can he reached by tele phone. It is desirable to ascertain teachers. Some ladies have said that they have no t ine to Unit, hut will con tribute the price ot the materials x be furnished to some of those who perhaps can better furnish their -civ ices lo do laiittiny than t furnish ma terials. I lot ti are essential and one as much appreciated as the other as a gilt to the country. A member of the It. T) <\ suggested that as some of the ladies might con tribute money witltt ut doing the knitting, that it might be well to as certain the names of elderly ladies who are trying to he self-supporting and give them this w rk with pay to do in their homes; also, to do the same .by inva id w omen or women of slender means 01 livliho d. and thus give them an opportunity to assist in supporting themselves, while at the same time being of benefit to their country. Many a wid'w may lie glad to have this chance, and those of her sey wtm can sb uld assist her in get ting it. A number of sWeet-faced, white haired elderly ladles, and some who are nor elderly, have volunteered to teach others how tf knit. The e ladies deserve to have their names placed on an honor roll of service workers. Fotne of 'hem have offered to teach organizations in class as semhled. Some will teach individuals. But whether privately or publicly, th > good .spirit of patriotism and service is weleonte. It I-. a beautiful offer, and one which should be appreciated by young women who thus have an pportunity to thus learn something which may stand them in good service to lea-n * * * Navy League Plan Public Meeting. The pr. gram for the Navy League's formal organization and patriotic meeting is in the hands of Messrs. Doug as Hotchkiss, editor of the Sen tintd-lReccrd. and Walter M Ebel, sec retary of the Business Men's Leugue Both of these, young men are enrolled iu the membership of the Navy league. When they have made ar rangements the program will be pub lished. It is anticipated that they will select the Best speakers and musicians to take part on the pr gram. Rev. ('. K ilickok ib the temporary president, and will, no doubt, preside at the meeting. * -tt Hot Springs Suffrage Association. The Mot Springs Suffrage A^sorin tkn will hold a meeting Saturday aft ernoon in their quarters in the Comes' building A 1 members of the associa tion and the public generally are in vited to atlend Anion* t ho delegates from Hot Spring- to the State Sunday School convention in Pine liluff were: Mr and Mrs. Elmer Riley, M. JL Cor ey, .Miss Brewbaker, H. W. Lavendnr, Al s Blanche Dailey, Mra. iF. M. Sigler, Miss Beulah Cainphcll, Misses Tressie und :orr s Kile man, Mrs. Rose (}o»l*e. Miss Nellie Bowen, Miss Marie Fink, Chas. Oroslee and Rev. Duckworth Rev Duckworth was elected state sec ondary superintendent. * * * nen, I yd Thompson and M. (i. Thomps n are among those who will attend the convention of the Arkan sas Medical Society In iLittlc Rock Tuesday. Miss Roselyn 'McDonald and It Crandlfton Kettering, who were mar ried Wednesday in Little Rock, are spending their honey in.' on in this civ # • • Three or Hot Springs well-known young men have gone to IMroit to accept positions with the Dodge Auto mobile Company. They are Tom Eddy, who is in the clerical depart meat of the factory: Omar Wils n, in the assembling department, and Lewis Sumpter, in (he -ales department. .Major T I. Rhodes, formerty < f the Army and Navy hospital of this city, S now at Fort Bliss, Texas, where h" is busily encaged itt the sin-pleal tie pu'.'tment. # * * Mrs. 11 S. iMugRerldRe left las evening for Memphis to visit friends fer a few days. » * « Mr. and Mrs (leoree W. Walhert have returned front Mineral Well . Texas. * * * Miss Amanda Dalv < f Waco, Texas, has arrived for a visit to her hunt, Mrs iKmmn Daly, who is located at the Nettles' House on Whittington avenue. * * * l.ittle Walter Fox ,Ir. is improving nicely. Me was. very seriously burned a few days ago and his sufferings were intense. * * * Mr fins Borland ,tr., who recently eame here to visit his ttnele. Mr. A. W. Borland, has purchased the Crock ett Fhurmaey, owned by Mr Jack V. Crockett, who has net been well re cently and desires rest and change. At Your Command IV) yon realize the advantage of having the service of a • tronfi modern banking institution at your command’ TIMC MOIMMtN RANK not o ily furnishes you n vine place to >le !it \our money, hint is designed to give you helpful service 111 many ways. I will help yon to ave for an investment and when jour savings have reached sufficient proportions, give you com petent advice in regard to making the investment; in fact, there are so many ways tha* a hank can he helpful to you that we pre :>r to talk It over with you ptr onaliy. SICK I S TODAY. OmiiMKfniOI M, AND SAVINGS AOOOl’NTS handled In <i enrefnl. enuservotive and Intelligent manner. . Security Bank ED. H. JOHNSON, Pres. HOWARD P. COLUNGS, Vice Pre». JNO, B. FOOTE, Cashier. , DIRECTORS Ohas. H. Birnhaum L. D. Cooper 1C. N. Roth Howard 1’. Col Hags J. W. Corrington ('has. C. Spark* 1Kil H. Johnson IM. C. Tumbler CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS ONE HUNDRED FIFTT THOUSAND DOLLARS innnnrannnnnnnnrancr pf? rprpca BLAK ES Leading Jewelers INVITE YOU TO VISIT THEIR STORE AND INSPECT THEIR BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF ZDI^UVUOZSTIDS ALSO NEWEST NOVELTI ES IN JEWELRY BLAKES DIAMOND MOUNTING FINE WATCH REPAIRING Up contemplates accepting an offer to travel for a wholesale drug hou e * * # Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stearns will leave, next month for a visit to the West. * # •» Miss Marjorie Jennie Jlowell has re turned from Jacks nvllle, Fla., where she visited her sister, Mrs. N It. Jolly. * * ft iDr. and Mrs. Walter M. I>ake wi ; leave Monday for Denver to make their h1 me. During tiieir stay in this rtity they have made many friends. * * * Judge furl and County Superin tendent Crockett left yesterday on the early train to spend the day at Lons late, where the school closed its term. These gentlemen were on the pro gram. Last Friday night Judge Curl aid Mr. Crockett addressed a large audience at Hawes, their talks being about, the war situation, putn tlsm and food pr blem.v. • * -K- * Hugh Steele is visiting in Memphis and Mrs. Steele is visiting ;n the Fast ern cities. She is expected home Tuesday. i * -» FitghuRh Waldrip has returned from ii visit t< Fayettevil e and Little Rock. # * *■ Mr. and (Mrs. Frank C. Stearns plan to move into their new home on Park avenue next week. IMrs. A D Hill ot .Little Rock, noo Mary i.akenan of th; ;• city, is • vcr for a visit to lier sister, Mrs. .1 M. V n nelly. Her little daughter, Martha accompanied her. * #• * State Supt. J. L Rond was in the city Wednesday and left that after noon for O nway. SPECIALS—Tutti-truttl and maple ice cream. The Pasteurized Milk Co. 3-22-tf. -o For reliable roof work call fleo. J rurk. phone 3S9. 12‘17-U Paeteurizea milk ana srsarr !r. stci IIlzed botilea delivered In time foi breakfast. The Paeteurlzed Milk Co Phona 15. 8-11 tf Dr J. F. Merritt, oalle answer*' 4»y or night. Office phone 441. re '.deuce 428 So. S7f>Mi Centra. »t»mr -o Dr. T. fl. Shelton has returned t? the city and ig now located In Citi zena National Bank Building, sultt 10.1-4-5. 2 21 tf SWEETS COLON BATH HR.VRY .1 BCflWASH. M D„ 1+12 Heywortb Bldg, Chicago, sa>- under date of .Jun. 8, 1JM7. " Fully 95 per cent of Gall Ston«3 are caused from tlie invasion of (lie Gall B'udder by Bacteria which have their origin in the Colon." Another doctor •writes: “I have been the means o? piling at least 500 internal Baths. 1 consider your article superior to anything on the market of its nature, and take pleasure in recommending it.’* One rptaller 'writes*: "I'lea-ie enter order for Mi gross of S. C. ®. Our first stock is nearly exhausted. (Your window cards pull the ciwtoirer*. Into the store." SWEET IS OOliQN BATH is the only Internal Kaith on the market in which oil can be u^ed. Then a good tlushlug"with warm sterilv.ed water leaves the Colon lu a well-lubricated condition, free from Bacteria. Order today ■thro gh your Jobber or direct, and get your iBig profit on each sale. Sweet's Conion Bath Co. CHICAGO, ILL., U. S. A. Thf> ability to conduct a mod ern funeral in a fitting man lier is an accomplishment of which we are justly proud. At ail times we strive to carry out the exact wisnes of those who employ us. B. GROSS fcy Geo. H. Brenner, 112 Proif /Ave. Phono 29 I-ady IjtQ Imer In Attendance.