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Formerly Selling for $18 and $20 jS THE feature of the ALBERT MENDEL CO.. FOR TODAY I These Models come in wool of the latest spring styles and colors. SEE WINDOWS FOR DISPLAY Albert Mendel & Co. ■ Auto Delivery 9 a. m , 1 p m l| 5 p. m. guaranteed for one bottle to la fit any ase of IVI lagTH, ItUeumatlfcm, Rerofuln. Hyph'ib, Brflwma or anv blood, liver or kidney fan or your dollar return*-*! then Why suffer or pay big bills, tnk** * xi*» n Rtre trip- or buy a remedy with no aa IBfirae, If not benefited, of getting your Money refunded? 1 have built rnv trade with a meritorious r* medy and tor «i* d teg; a trial is nil I ask you to gh e < .* S laid by druggists or went nrwtmid. im ht fl s.Hj per bottle or for 5 Ah* ^ Mil on youi druKKlst for R l»ef*»re j-ou order from m«* Write to me for ICSlltD oh tuts and mention thu paper. L. M. GROSS 721 Spring Street LITTLE ROCK • ARK Or. J. B. Shaw Dr. E R Browning Shaw & Browning RESIDENT PHYSICIANS Rooms 7. 8, 9 and 10 Sumpter L'ttie Building. CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT Phones—Ofilcc, 1983-W; Dr. J B Shaw, 1983-J; Dr. Brownmg, 13-17. CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS Dr, I. A. Williams CHIROPRACTOR PHONE 1118. Corner Central Avenue and Court St. Opposite Arkansas National Bank. ^ ----■-' SICK MAN Don't leave Hot Springs until you inveatigat, LOPEZ No rned cine has n"< h I'roofa of itma-ve’o'iH cores He con fine od. Send l)r (-»U for our free boolc 1*1 on HI .od, Skin anil Private diseases. LOPEZ REMEDY CO. 801 CENTRAL AVE. 9E : I II For Anything Lost, Strayed or Stolen j CALL 692 Young and Sullivan Detective Agency A|l work guaranteed. Everything strictly confidential. Office open from 8 am. to 12 m.; 2 p m. to 8 p.m. Call 1621 any time at night. *»ve our own car and never sleep. Always on the Job. -i YOUNG & SULLIVAN. I ' (• ■ i a - % . ® - - ~ y 1 others' Club. of the noon at " 1 ■' imPoi‘tani that ail members tie present ami bring unsold tickets and Iw old as the mugu *,ne ' ompaign will .lose Thutvd.n * * * M issionary Society Meeting. * k 'l'"ii * Mi-sionary So Joty ; < eiitral Methodis, < iairch hcl,l i,, ■be “Young Christian Worker” and 'll more "allies on the Baby |+o |, nj:,kfr,K a ’”t»! 'll II subscribers and it was (lei id,.(I to adopt a rn.se.unary also to take up mission s<rpn ,u- f. lie paper -Incltd he reported to Kathryn Him liaiim lb A'nrtll Border street, and members for the It,iby Roll to Kdlth I - m« ' '.lar Btreet. * * * Surprise Wedding. Mis* Nettie James and Mr Charles Horner were quietly married Sunday in imnt! al'. r the regular church ■'■rvi.c the I',irk Avenue Methodist < h ir h. Rev r |, Iiuekworth official tig Mr Howard Myers and Miss Anna K nte tooii up with them The 'cildin. march was played by Mrs Blanche Hilev The wedding came* a a surpr sc* to their friends The bride is the attrac ive claughtej *q Mr and Mo- [>, Janies wtio reside mi I* liman avenue She* was educated In itie city schools ami has a large circle of friends here The young coupce have g m* out t . a farm seven lilies from town, where •hey will reside throughout the sum iin r months and w II then return to niaki 1 Ini Springs heir h* tin * * * Mis c'lni- I’ Haves has returned I nun t.ittle Koek where she w as the Kins of Mrs || |, Heminel. Mr. Hayes was one •! the honorees at a beautifully appointed luncheon given > Mr- Kenime on Friday Site a is attended the cerem ny at Fort Igutan II Hoots on Thursday, when J too [officers in trailing were sworn in. Mr.- Hayes say>- it was the most oiemu and impressive sight she ewer witnessed when the thousands of hands were raised and he voice.- re sponded | d when the oath of office w a- administered. Many w h wit nessed ih*■ sight were in tears. A mother win, i- a friend of Mrs Haves ha- six i ns n the offi- ers’ training ca nip * * * Mrs \ \' Hrighuni of Milwaukee and two daughters M;->ee Fli/a >eth ggggg™" i 'i i Releases Oxygen, na- ' tlire’s greatest puri fying agent. Oxygen whitens. Oxygen kills germs harmful to health. And Calox is the Oxygen tooth powder. That’s why you should use it. 25 and 50 cent* “ Your .72 Teeth Are 32 Reasons” ALBOLEHE COLD CREAM h remark ah, . fuioth, pure and sooihtng. It i\ both delightful and beneficial to tKs. In Jjc lubes and jjc and 50c vpaljart, * Makes Cdm peri* m Perfection'] McKesson & Robbins, New York Incorporated ainl Natal e, have arrived for a visit 10 \ r Jennings, sister of Mrs. Brigham and will probably spend the sum no-! #■ * « Mrs. W c; Maurice plans to leave s "n 1 1 < 'on way to organize a branch •Navy League. * •* » "'•s W. It Jtal-ey has gone to V\a>nesviiie, II., for a vis t and late* will go to Geneva Wis. for the sum utei *■ * * Miss idllian Woodcock has been ling Mrs Leo Loeb in L I’le M<oek. * •* * '•'"'is Baer has returned to his post iu steward or the Arlington betel after a \ isit to chlcag . * * * i*avj<i a Oroeke't, county snperin fendent 01 schools, wit. leave today tor Mount Ida on business cmjnc' ted with tlie new schools added t. Gar land county supervision through the trail, ter of Montgomery county terri tory to Garland county by act of the last legislature This addition of ter ritvr\ will add from to Jo scho- 1 s and will add about JO per cent 10 th* work of Mr. Crtx keit. * * * Messrs Garnett Braughton and David Crocket 1 will motor over To Montgomery county today They have been nvited t address the Mount Ida Normal, the Invitation being extended by Criucipa John I. McConnell and County Superintendent Wallace Miller. ft IV vv 1'"rest Supervisor liuey has gone t<> Washington, j». c , on htk-iness. * •* * [s-wey Tarkingion has gone to Bal timore to tie present at the graduation of bis brother, Drays n Tarkingion, Iroui .lohns-B-opkins I'ni versify Medi cal Department. * * * Mrs W. W Wilson and daughter are vi-iting in Alston, 111. * * * M ss Beulah Campbell ha.- gone to Oklahoma City for a visit to an aunt. * * -a Ktheridge Brackins is expected h1 tm- Thursday from Detroit for a visit. * * -» •Miss Ann e Alexander of Malvern s visiting Miss Kate Nett es *• * * Harry Dougherty of the St Charles is r<-j» rted to he improving in health * * -* Mrs, Harry Coomber and daughter, Miss Tessie. have returned from Ten nessee. where the latter lias been at tending school * * * Mrs, Stewart Moore plans to leave tor her home in Texarkana today alter a visit to her sitter. Mrs Oeoree iBusley. * * # Charles t^oslee has returned from a week's trip with the Arkansas Cress Associat ton. # «• •» W C. Chamberlin is here on bttei ness and arrived in - me i-> attend the graduation exercises of the public schools Friday night, * * * Word has reached, the city that War ren Townsend, son of Mr. and Mrs. -I A Townsend, has entered the offi cers' training camp at l/eon Spring.-, near San Antonio. He was employed in one of the large department stores of Dallas. * *• * Mrs S A. Brey of Waterloo, 111., arrived yesterday on a visit to her sou, l.ouls Kl llrey of (he Horre Is Drug Co. * * * Walter Cain left Sunday for Tulsa. t)kla., ii business. — .. ■ </- ■ —- - AGAIN TRYING DAVIDSON Circuit court took up yesterday the oeond trial of Isaac Berry Davidson, the younger and 'inly surviving mem her of the three Davidson boys, *h engaged in a shooting scrape with farmers of i.Mountalu township and officers of iliis and Saline county last winter when they were apprehended stealing cattle. The former trial of young Davidson resulted in a hung jury WHITTINGTON PARK REOPENS THURSDAY Whittington park will reopen for the summer Thursday, May 24. Work men nre now busy getting the park In preparation for the opening, and it will present a most inviting appear ance lo amusement seekers. The b g Leapi-thefDipa, the Merry'-go Round and other amusement* will be in ful operation. A special feature will lie the dance pavillion, a full orchestra having been secured. The new man agement wilt at all limes endeavor to furnish entertaining features to at tract the public and make a popular place of amusement at a 1 tint's. If you suffer from stomach dlaor dera, a«k your dlbctor about our Bui parlan butt ermifc. The Paateurlred Milk Co. j H1.tf l.ogan Berry fee Cream The Pa* tenured Milk Jo. 4-1-tf l.ogan IterrM lc*< Cream The Pas teurized MtlkKo. 4-1-tf BRITISH MISSION TO RFMAIN IN WASHINGTON FIND IT NECESSARY TO AO A N DO rs CONTEMPLATED TRIP TO THE MIDDLE WEST. Washington, May L'l■<Presiden-i Wil son nailed on Foreign Secretary lJui four ihis atternoon mid spent nearly three-si narters or an hour wnh torn. Ttliie call was not merely of courtesy, hit was for a further discussion of me go'iations hot ween tlu: two govern ments. The president telephoned his dev»rr to ay. Mr Halfowr, who repled that he would ome to tin- Wlhite House. President Wilson, however, said lie would see Mr Ralfour at. the mission and ijnmed.a oly tnoiored there. Mem hers of the mission were greatly dis appointed today to find n necessary to abandon their arrangements for a trip to the Mold e,We The -tale depart ment expressed the desire uivat the eomniission spend al of its remaining time n tins country in Washington in order o ouiplete pending negotia lion- The mission twice has postponed the date of i meel'Iig with Ube gov ernor general of Canada to extend its time here The .-hipping situation which tinder lies all the other war problems, wa-; rils/ iis-ed by Mr Ifalfour at two meet ings today, Hse I.iggets Golden Tip Tea fur making ieed tea. This tea i* pro aired only froitn the early flowery pickings, which in this country is found m hut few of the most exclusive -tor< s, and hen at lin es varying from no to $'>.00 a pound. Price ll.uo a pound. For sale nv It G. Mor ris Drug Co. Phone 242. ti-10 tf. PURITY ICE AND ICE CREAM CO., producer of good goods only. FOOD LEGISLATION LAID ASIDE Washington. May 21.—Food legisla tion temporarily was laid aside late today by the senate. After several b urs' debate the first bi l providing for a food ettrvey, licensing of dealers and steps to prevent hoarding was sent back to the agriculture commit tee for redrafting to include several of vuri us amendments offered. —-o PRESBYTERIANS DISCUSS OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY. Birmingham, Ala., iMay 21. Today's *esnic,u of the fifty-seventh general as sembly of the Southern 1’re-hyter.'an chtir(fh was devoted chiefly to a dis cussion of the commitie^ report on Oglethorpe University at Atlanta, Ga. Rev. Walter I. Dingle, chairman of eife coinmiittee, declared tha,:. the ui li ver-ity was not located advantageous ly for educational purposes and, after pointing out hat the church should have full control of all educational institutions under its ownership, as serted that the chari er and by-laws oi the Oglethorpe University were e «<h that the committee was convinced that those m charge of the institution "be lieve tuna.: it shodld be owned and con trolled by a self-perpetuating board, independent of all church courts." A number of delegates spoke briefly. Meesages of greeting were received from the Cumberland Presbyterian as sembly and the Presbyterian church, U. S. A., in session at Dalles. The committee on foreign correspon dence recommended that the assembly remain a member of tlhe Conference on W >r d's Faith and Order and urged that prayers he offered by the assem bly for President Wilson HI FRIEND TO WUMEN That's What Mount Pleasant Lady Says Cardui Is and Tells What It Did for Her. Mf Pleasant. Teun.—' As a girl I was always well and hearty," say4 Mrs M. 10. Mail, nl' this place. 'T have always been accounted) healthy, i never felt «ny trouble like . . . weak ness until l eutne to the change of Ufa. 1 was about forty-five when tihJat. be gan 1 ihint; I wott'd have died had V not found out. what a good friend to women Cardui is. 1 suffered a great deal. II had a number of fainting spells, and . . . would be obliged tot Pe in bed a week or two at a time. I never Plied to He in bed because it lu erfered so with ray work. Ttie swimming in my head was nearly continuous. 1 could not stoop down it would make me so dixzy. T think I used Cwrdui oft and on for two or three years, using in that time aho j K or 10 bottles. 1 began to feel the invprovolitiont m health before I had taken one bottle, but kept on tak ing it util I go in perfect health. Hail It not been for Cardui 1 know f wo ild ‘ alive been dead. . . Now I am 62 years old. and weigh about 175. and am Mi the most perfect health." Give Cardui a trial for your troubles. It should do for you what »( Tiurt done lor thousand* of otlhere Whittington Park Will RE-OPEN for Summer Season Thursday, May 24th Leap-the-Dips, Merry Co-Round and Other Amusements A Fall Orchestra will have charge of Music of Dance Pavilion. THE PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED COMMERCIAL SUBMARINE HAS BEEN PEKEECTEO ANNOUNCEMENT DECLARE THAT IT CAN EASILY ELUDE ANY SURFACE PURSUER, AND IS NONSlNKABLE, Philadelphia, May 21.—The Phila delphia Press will publish a story to morrow to the effect that “America has found ihe perfect answer to the Herman submarine terror.” It is said to be a merchant submarine stan dardized at about 7,500 tons, or 8,000 tone, dead weight of such speed that it can, even when enmnerged, easily elude any surface pursuer and is nou sinkahle. The craft, the invention of Simon l-ake, according to the press, i* cap able of submerging within half a minute and has been so standardized and simplified that the first one may be turned out in four m nths and others after that a; the rate of three or four a week, it will burn heavy oil and the construction is said to be -tirh that its parts an be made simultaneously in many widely scat tered steel plants and assembled in a eertrul plant within a few days. The vessels are to be built and operated, the story says, by the .Mer chant Submarine O mpany. under government supervision. The com pany is capitalized at $10,OOP,000 and was chartered under the laws of Maine on May 10 ARRIVALS AT HOTEL COMO. P. U l.owent’hiai, Chicago; M D. Shaver. Baltimore; Angela Magna. Columbus. Oa.; ('has. M. Hayes and family, St. Louis; ,H A Cheatham.' Princeton, Ark.; T. dl. Bradford, Nash ville. Ark ; iMr and fir. C. A. Walker, Greenville, Miss.. H. C. Slaughter, New York; E. E. Bryan. Jr., Philadelphia; Col. and Mrs H. W Martin. Ninock, La J. E. (Ford, Grand Rapids; A. McClure, Charlotte, N C.; G. A David soil and wife, iMorris, Minn.; Hurry New Orleans; C. tL. 'Burton, Jasper, Ala . \\ . I). Wayfield, Houston. | Texas; S. E. Mattson. Housetop, Tex ; S. NorviUe. Shawnee, Okla ; J. F. | Beardslce. New York; E. C. (freely, Chicago; .1 W. Murry, iMomphls; Edna IL Parkins, Kansas City; W. HI. Halli burton, Arkadelphia; 1. PanicIht. Mari anna: C. E. Pyle, Uttle Rock; Sam Solmanson, St. .Louis; S. J. iSchwartJ, r tein. New York; A1 Scliwar y.stein. New York; \\ W. Thrower, Ml Dora do, Ark. . Max IBroider, St. Louis; Fred S WuLon, cRosboro. Ark.; J. A. Arm strong and wife. El Paso, Texas; C 1. Wilson anti wife, Memphis, J A1 Jhi - -'ell, (fnrdon; H. E. Ritchey, St Ijouis. James Kioto, New Orleans; T. E. Got . Dallas; S T. Furlong, Houston; B C •Itrandti. Atlantic 'City; H. G. Stevens, Atlantic Cp\ S. t) llerrj. Chicago; W. It Casey, Cincinnati. MEXICAN MINERS THREATEN TO STRIKE. Jerome, Ar■/., May. 21 Members of the local miners' union voted today to cali « strike of employes of the United Verde mme and smelter (here, it was s;uted tonight by union officials, fol lowing a reje tion by the company 01 the miner?' demands for a closed t-hop, a checking system and appointment o a grievance committee, demands for an increase in wage* of .">0 cents a day were granted. MORGAN MAY CONTINUE AMMUNITION PURCHASES Washington. May 21.—The long standing business agreement between .1. P. Morgan & Co. and the govern ments of <}rcat hr tain and France, under which the Morgan firm handled the bulk of the hundreds of mlllb ns of dollars of purchase* made for the allies in this country, soon is to he replu.' ed in part. If not .w holly by the new international agreement now in process of formication, under which all purchases for the allies w.ll be made tbdtug-h a commission under governmental supervision. The machinery through which the Morgan firm transacted its huge vol ume of ammunition purchases will stand in pari, however, and probably will he utilized by the American gov eminent. Experts employed by the M< rgun firm, it was indicated today, wit continue to a large extent their activities in purchasing for the allies, hereafter under the direction of the mitral purchasing agency. -n BILL TO INSURE SEAMEN. Washington, May 21.—With food legislation temporarily postponed in the senate the administration bill amending insurance laws and appro priating f;,n.oon,non tor insurance of lives ot seamen cn American mer chant vessels was placed tonight in position for consideration t morrow. STEAMER COLON!AN WRECKED. Boston, May 21.—The Ley ami liner Colon la n. 6.440 tons, was wrecked last night on the south coast of England, aic rding to a cablegram received to day by the line's agent here. The cause of the accident and the fate of the crew were n< t mentioned. RIOTING RESULTS RFOM STREET CAR STRIKE Alliance. Ohio, May 21—Serious rioting in which six. strikebreakers were injured, two ears wrecked aud one destroyed by f re resulted tonight in tlte Stark Electric Itai way and the Cleveland, Alliance « Mahoning Val ley Hal way, capitulating and grant ing the demunds made by the union employes, who have been qn a strike IP days. -n JURY SELECTED TO TRY SLAYER OF SOLDIER _____ El Paso, Texas. May 21 --Two jurors were selected today for the trial of Wiliam B Sands, charged with mur der in connection with 'he killing of Sergeant O. VV. Belrne of the Twenty third United States infantry on Sep tember 23, !ast. LES DARCY IMPROVES. Memphis, Tenn . May 21. -lies fhir cy, the Abiptralian pugilist, who litas been critically ill at a thbspita! 'here for several days, tonight was reported much improved and IPs physicians de clare he virtually has pas ed tlie crisis of his illness. NOTICE TO REGISTRARS. All persons who have volunteered their services tor the registration of peivons for the service of their ©cun try are requested to meet at the court house next Wednesday evening at 7:::o o'clock p m fcr instruct!'ns for the registration work. 2t __ trouble entirely DISAPPEARED. Fathers and mothers worry over u ehUd with a chronic cough. Knndt Ijce, Wannaska, Minn., writes: ‘ For severa years my daughter had a bad chronic cough. Every time she ught a little cold, it aggravated the trouble. We tried many medicines, but not n til we tried Foley's Honey and Tar did anything produce any great relief Jn a few days the trouble entirely dis appeared and has never returned." Foley's. Honey und Tar for coughs, colds, croup, whooping -cough.--A. C. Jennings. ——-o RIDING HABITS. For Rent or Sale HOT SPRINGS RIDING HABIT CO tot Cottage 8t. Phone 603 Ordinary buttermilk ha* the butte removed, our Bulgar'an buttermilk contain* all tn* original fats. The Pasteurized Milk Co. Sll-tf -o AMERICAN EAGLE Registered stallion wH' stand at my farm for the season. Breeding fees. IC.ftO. A S AIIjLiBN, Phone 217!'. I 4-17 till 7 17 ROOSEVELT TO WORK FOR SENDING FORCE TO EUROPE. Oyster Hav, X. Y., t.May 21—Colonel Theodore 'Roosevelt, in declining an in vitation to open tiie allied bazaar at Buffalo on Wednesday next., ii-Mied n statement ton'ght in which he saUl ho oi ended In t'lte future to concentrate his activities along lines calculated to ittid in the prompt placing of adequate American forces on “the firing line. Relief funds und similar endeavors, ho said, will he attended to after'that pur pose is aecomipllsthed. -o BOY SCOUTS TO CANVASS FOR LIBERTY LOAN. New York, iVlay 21.—In answer to ■* reque t b;> President Wilson more than 2(H),OOP men and boys, members of the Boy Scouts or America, will make a houwe to house canvass or millions of American homes, seeking popular sub scriptions ito the .Liberty loan, it was aunouncP(t here tonight by ‘Colin N. Livingston, pro-Went of the organize tion. -_o DANIELS WANTS PROHIBITION FOR NAVY Washington, May 21.—Secretary Daniels addressed a letter to Speaker ( lark today urging that legislation pit hibitin’g the sale of intoxicating beverages to soldiers, incorporated in Ihe army bill, be extended to cover the nu\y. -.... n— ■ ■ — MEAT $1 A POUND IN PARIS. Paris. May 21.—With bints Inaugura tion of the regime of 'two meatless days a week beef went to $1 a pound today and vegetables and fWh followed the upward tendency. 'Plus rush for meat supplies to carry over until Wednesday swamped the butchers, although they had laid in extra amounts. There wah a good deal of crowding and some sharp talk was heard against rich (payers who paid any price the dealers asked, sending the quotations too lUlgli for modest buyers. -------- F O U R JURORS CHOSEN TO TRY MRS. MOONEY. Ban Francisco, May jl —Four tales men ihtid been accepted aR jurors sub ject to peremptory challenge at the close or tihe first day’s proceedings in the trial of Mrs. Rena iMooney, charged with murder a;, n result of the prepar edness day bomb explosion here last July. -o Sentinel-Record classified advertis ing brings results. — ■ o- - •— —« Try a Sentinel-Record Want Ad.