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Mr; * trial Is all f h k you t«. glv»* O S bid l*jr dtmryld* nr ««*n» nrooiul. i* ow ivti •>’ b*.! r »; for $ \ w \ , til on vo n dnufRl t f..i •; S if-, ou order from rm*. Write to me* lor Miini . . it.d mention i L. M. GROSS 721 Spring Street .ITTLE ROCK • ARK CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS li. I. A. Williams CHIROPRACTOR PHONE 1118 Sorner Central Avenue and Court St. Oppos te Arkansas National Bank. . . ___ SICK MAN Bon'- leave Hot 8 pH one until you hiv#.Mt;gat, LOPEZ No medicine hae such I roof9 °f Us marvelous c :fes. He con vinced. SetiU or call for our free book '*1 on Mood, Skin and Private diseases, L0PF.Z REMEDY CO. 801 CENTRAL AVE. \Un CENSORSHIP VERY NECESSARY PRESIDENT WILSON ANXIOUS TO HAVE THIS SITUATION COV ERED IN NEW LAW. T‘ere Are Some Whom Censorship Would Curta.l Who Otherwise Might Be Misled Into Mistakes, Says tne President, L ’» M«.v JJ Decision * ’ '“inihlh ans in . am us today t . ' -|l!'""" al1' •’<■« simper conserdiip pro I *""", • -iuonage bill ‘ >A‘'* ;l letter from J’resi ' ' i ' ' 11 "> Cliatt n «iu\\ ebb ot tire : *!ry I ctnmDce reiterating that ,t |waK ;ml|,,riit.ve that congas grant - *1 """ 1 i"’"1 to deal w:tii v.,,c few 11 a In* * annot Ik- rebed upon to .* atrioi i-j reticence uboit I • • • rvth ne whose rm-bli. anon could be * t ujurv ' 1 .< ■- '* < ii very ni i. h surprised,’’ "r,i> n- president, "to find several the public urlnts stating that rim '*'‘11 n*-: at on i(-j abandoned the po ‘11 1,1 "Iti ■ *t so d's nctly tool, and -l ltK‘i a'ithoritj to everctsr ‘err ors up owr the press io the ex i'"' iMl >'*'«> censorship is embodied ■n the recent an on ot the house of • epn entanve-. js a so itely necessary to r:n- l> italic safety. Ct, <>i eon r e. •' " It* et II .1 ..IIIdolled, area it-,, rile 1 * ■’ ' hi ''11 "Vst why such authority is ..--..ry -for i he protect-on of the nation. "1 turn- every confidence that the £Tca: mo in; ; y >.f the newspapers of tie country will observe a pat rod ie teticciice a .out everything Whose pith atiotl ■ ■ lid be ot injury., but in e . e| V country there are some per oils in a Don ;<» do mischief in this r eld who '“nil* ’ : ie ed upon, and whose inter *" 1 "r Ie re- .(ill lead to notions nr. ib<- s i art highly dangerous to t tic na tion .ii the nrdsf of war. | wnti’ ti> r-iv a twin that d -ism- to me impera tive that powers o tb •• ort should be granted.’’ The house espionage bill carried a censors'htip prov iston, lm tihe one | pa —ed 1 v the -enate did not und this v. a otie o the differences wh'ch rent I ' ie nie.isiirc to ( (inference, where it la lueen discussed for more than a , w ech w it bout agreement. The p.e-iden s letter caused some v.rprse .—i e many mem bats m • outre sand some administration lead * r« nd( rsiood fur several days that no . further attempt was to ne mode at 1 i "sent to ;• thro gli am such urn \-s‘oa Sent no nt in the senate 's irong against censorefhip and unless hue ( lift r.-c- agree ll|toil u very mid . ionn. it probably will not :.e aci opted there It*-pre-ten ative Webb announced r: on r*.(■ t-.-;t of the resident s letter .that ue would wage a determined f gilt in behalf of the ceiwirsdi p amendment written r o the bill in tile bouse by a narrow aui-g n jusi before t was sent to conference ---e — CONTROL FOOD SN CANADA Ottawa. May Appointment of it food controller for Canada os urged iv thu heads of tllic I torn n ion Trades and I an. r Congress is conodered eer taii I “it jeet w 1 be d-scus-cd "V tlu -altinet Thursday. The Canadian nut: idler would co-operate w'Tt the I'nitcil State- official appointed for the Sitn.e purpose I ^ Nadine Face Powder (In Green Bore* Only'' %-^f^ Keep. The Complexion Brnutiflil Soft nml velvety Money buck if not en tirely pleased. Nadine is pure and harrn Ir .s. Adheres until washed off Prevent, sunburn and return of discolorations. A million delighted users prove its value. 1 • Flesh, Pink, Brunette, White. Bv Toilet Countere or Moil. 50c. National Toilet Company, Paru, Tenn. , For Anything Lost, Strayed or Stolen — CALL 692 Young and Sullivan Detective Agency A|l work guaranteed. Everything strictly confidential. Office open frorn 8 a m. to 12 m.; 2 pm. to 8 p.m Call 1621 any time at night. H»ve our own car and never sleep. Always on the Job. YOUNG & SULLIVAN. ' " *3 If *■ a __ 8LAKES Leading Jewelers invite you to visit THEIR STORE and inspect their beautiful display of _ rvT a TvroisriDS ALSO NEWEST NOVELTI ES in JEWELI1> akes , fine watch repairing PSESBVTERIANS BEHIND WILSON IN CONVENTION ADOPT STIRRING PATRIOTIC RESOLUTIONS EN DORSlNG HIS STAND Pledge Their Moral and Individual Support to the Nation in Any Way the President May See Wise or Needful 1 a la* Texas. May Jit pie.lt: ng <iPi»<iii f(> President Wilson iti the pre-eir Aorl.l war and offering the government of the I nited State- the resources of the Presbyterian church in such manner as the g vertiment may deem - w ise or needful," the 12J*th general assembly of the Presbyterian church in the Putted States of Ameri ca, representing tj.noo.oito people, late 1 day by a stand tig vote, unanimous ly adopted resolution copies of ■v b i b were forwarded to the presi dent and tlie pastors of the Presby terian churches represented Although the delegates who packed tile arse assembly hall applauded the a- it vigorously, ceremonies in con ne turn with the reading and adopti u of the resolutions were conducted with imprc'-sive solemn tv. The telegram which was dispatched to President. Wilson reads: ■'We pledge you our support in hold mg the American people to tho high idealism with which we entered ;his wat and in keep ttg otir hearts from hate and the spirit cf revenge AS e are heartily grateful f< r t^e action a ready taken by the national government in creating a /.one around the training camps from which the saloon and other incen ves to ini morality ate eve tided. "Convinced that war, in itself a- a method of setti ng international ills P'ltes is. irrational, inhuman and tin Christian, and that it must •finally he abolished by the spiritual f rce f ill emotional good will, we appeal to you that you use your great office to secure an early peace, and that when the time comes to end the war in har mony with the principles you have u ready laid down, you help to se-iute • itch terms of peace as shall prepare the way for an organization of the world that will make war impossible forever " •I h MoN'eary of Freeport. 111., ob je ted to the statement that war is • in< h tstian." hut it was explained litat the word unchristian" applied not directly to the present war but war "as a method of settling interna t onal disputes " The other re- lotion which Presby terian pren< hen wil lie asked to rpnd tn their i Damnations said tne assenih Ily "records its loyal allegiance to the overnment and its unfaltering sup port of the president in the prosecu tion of this war." The resolution provided that a "na t onal service <• nimittee" consist ng of r.'i members, with the moderater and stated clerk members ex-officio, be appointed "to make formal offer to tlt.e government of the Cnited States of the services of the Presbyterian church, and upon request or requisi tion - f the government , the < r.mmitiee be authorized to arrange such organi zation of the resource!- of the church ns may be wise or uee.ltul " .lost before the resolution was pre scnled. over a score of veterans of the civ 1 war -many < f them Confed erates -came t> the platform 11jyon in vita ton of Dr J. \V1 bur Chapman, moderator, and stood with arms en twined about each other's shoulders white brief prayers were offered for the president and government; the allied nations; broken hearted moth ers. vv untied soldiers; fatherless child en, suffering wives and lor peace. Several r At tine matters on the as i-emhly docket were deposed of be fore the patriotic" exercises were tieguii tv-— - Personals Col .Imim- Hughes, special repre sentative of the Standard Oil Com pany and an annual visitor to Hot Sprin.s, is here I r some weeks. He is a. I'om'patiled by Mrs, Hughes. * * » Dr. K A Peak has returned from iHI Paso, where lie went soon after trouble between that country and the United States to be with his wife, wit > has resided there for her health sev eral years. Mrs. Peak accompanied him on the way home as far as Texar kana, where she remained to visit relatives •» * * Vena Horner and Rene Stearns. Ray Smith and Cecil l.edwidge have re turned from a m tor trip to Little Koi k. and report the highway in spien d d condition. -Q Use Liggets Holden Tip Tea for making Iced tea. This tea is pro cured only from the early flowery pickings, wloch in this country is lountl m but few of tin' most ex. !u«lve -torts, and then lat prices varying from S'.’.'H) to $r/m a pound. Price $ 1.00 a pound Kf>r sale by R H. Mor ris Drug Co. Pll.nc 242. h-Pltf. PURITY ICE/nu iCE CREAM CO., producer of B<>®! goods only tftiirfyMl Milk 17 4-1-1 f i ■ Mm i It i’ta Buy at Least One LIBERTY WAR BOND THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Offers You the Opportunity to Buy Liberty War Bonds on Easy Payments. DO YOUR DUTY You can own a $100.00 Bond by paying $3.00 a week for 33 weeks except the last week when you pay $4.00. A $50.00 Bond at $1.50 a week for 33 weeks except the last week when you pay $2.00. Join the Liberty War Bond Club Today. No better invest ment ever offered, and you help your nation in the hour of need. Citi ens National Bank Gus Strauss, President. Claude E. Marsh, Cashier. Hamp Williams, Vice President. Ralph F. Grover, Asst. Cashier. T. J. O’Neill, Vice President. RUSSIA CABLES HELPFUL REPORT TELLS STATE DEPARTMENT THE RUSSIANS ARE FOR POLICIES OF THE UNITED STATES. Glad to Find the Lofty Principle* of j This Country Striking so Warm an I Echo ir Hearts of Russian People, j Washington. May 22.—Foreign Min | ister Tercsrhttnko of Rysela, in a entiled note to the state department today, gives assurance on behalf of the new ministry that Russian demo cracy is nspireil with a spirit of solidarity with the United Statea and. like America, is carrying ou the * at to secure tnc lrpcdom of nations and lasting peace. “By direction ot the ministry of | foreign affairs.” says the conutiun.ra tion. ”i hasten to .-ay how highly the whole Russian democracy is Inspired with the sentiment, of full solidarity with the great repuU.ic.,which, true to its traditions of liberty, espoused the cause of the coalition tor the defense of justicp.'anii right. "Like the United State*-, emanci pated Russia is nC>t seeking conquest or any covetous end in he present conflict. The wav is carried on to secure the freedom of nations and to achieve universal lasting peace effuc Ively guaranteed against till later at tacks. •I am glad to find tit it tho*-e lofty principles which were so el fluently formulated iu America are striking a warm unanimous echo in free Russia Trv ■ Sentinel-hacorri Want Ad. Beauty To a woman, means Happiness. (HPIs r.\K SWIFT'S, wonderiul scientific, treatment, removes wrinkles, flaldiv s|<i nand Print? txick the yout'lif ill eon tour. Helene Swift offers n full I'nc of he - famottis preparations. DERMATINE Removes Wrinkles In rVtailrl• nk I'p ’he Relaxed .Muscles and FlaPln Tis sue. For sale «L Mme. Helene Swift Parlors, ltooms Ti1-40".-to", Ark. Nat Haul; B nldina Take Klevator I’ll one 1414 Consultation free. New York. City office U1T2 Broadway. IVui.- ail dress• 21 Hue U AutHl. PLENTY OF FRUITS AND VlliF.TAM.FS OLD POTATOES ANQ STRAWBER RIES THE ONLY ARTICLES THAT SHOW A SHORTAGE. Washington. May 22.—High prices I* r trui - and vegetables cannot is defended on the grouud of a supply shortage, In the opinion of the agr - culture department, which announced today that detailed shipping figure show a shortage of only old pot a toe and strawberries. Shipments of new potatoes, onions tomatoes, cabbage lettuce and ce cry during the past week, t-aiil the an nouncement, were at least etinul to tli sc of a year ago, when pieces were tu ch lower. Twice as many bushels of new potatoes and tomatoes and nearly seven ttmes us much lettuce as during the corresponding week lact year were handled lroni the prrduc ing fields. , Shipments of old potatoes were given as onsiderably lighter” than last year and shipments of strawber ries approximately one-third less ” r. Id ,-torage holdings of creamery butter on May 15 amounted to tj.dtb, 71b pouuds and eggs ;!,25!i,S0b cases. Holdings f butter increased about t;7.2 per cent from May 1. -o-—.— ARRIVALS AT HOTEL COMO. Mrs. David Wilson. Yancey, Ark.; P Copeland. New Orleans; X. W. Mc Cormack. Chicago; K. A. Able. Uttle Rock; E. T Holliman. Benton; Sidney H. Weir ind wife; Mr. and 'Mrs. .1 K. Mason. New York; L Plessner. Litt'e Rock; \V C, McCann. St. Louis* H \V Wsenell, St I amis; .1 H Healey. Uttle Rock; .fame* Buzzelord. Little Rock: Mrs. S. S Honeycutt, Tulsa; S. tl. Clark. St. l.ottls; Maxwell Frank. New York: Isaac I’ereson. Chicago; Thomas deludes, Chicago; J. iM. Burk. I. Htle Rock; \V W lamtary, Memphis; ('. II Mason. S' Louis; Dock Legon. Amhy. <; C .lone-. New Orleans; C M. Wells. Uttle Rock; Leo. Moore and wife. Wehh City. R A. Brinkley. Lit tle Rock; J A. Herrin, Junction City: E Oestre titer. New York: .1 F. Pow ers and wife: C. tl. Barton. Jasper, Ala Lee. He-t, S Lotris; Rheti J. Smith. St Louis Ches F iMartln, Uttle Rock; tM. tl. Crundy. Litt'e Rock; C. Mcdunnon, Uttle Rock; May ci- Solomun. New York; K (I. Neigh hors. St. Louis; J. R Manus. Pine Bluff, W J. KI Warn, Chicago: J. A. Huff. Jr, Oklahoma City; L. M primes, Oklahoma Chy . Morion Ed wards. Isabel. Kon.; II L Watkins, (ilenwood J N. Pate. Clenwood. Ordinary outterruik haa the butter removed, our Bulgar'an buttermilk contains all the original fata. The Paateurlred Mltk Co. B11-H —-o—--— Dora your milk have aediment in the bottom' THAT'S DIRT. Try Humph rey'* Dairy, where cleanllneee ana ' qual ty arc first Telephone Sb07 F 2 MEMPHIS LYNCHING 81 IRS RESENTMENT BOSTON EQUAL RIGHTS LEAGUE WIRES PRESIDENT WILSON TO TAKE SOME ACTION. President Is Called On as the Head of the Federal Government to Stop the Barbaric Practice of the Mob Rule. ‘ Boston, May 22.—A telegram pro esting against the lynch ng today ol El Persons, a negro, near Memphis, Tenn., was sent to President Wilson j b> the executive tommittee <if I he Boston branch X the National Equal : Bight-. League tonight. Reierring to a report that the mob intended also to lynch two more negro suspects, the j te egrani said: "We call upon you as the head of the federal government to make every effort to stay this further bf t on the civilization and humanity cf this Christian nation. Our laws forbid the burning alive of rats in a trap. We implore you, while saying much for justice and humanity for foreign na tions, to speak out for justice to 12, 000.000 cob red American citizens and to stop stirring of resentments. America i.- rivalling Germany and Turkey in barbaric atrocities. Will you do something?" -o MONEY FOR FARM LOANS. At last we have perfected arrange ments w'iiereby we can take 1 ire of all larrn loans that vve can got in amounts between $2oo.00 and $!i,ooo.oo on even years’ time. If any farmer desiring a loan will send us legal description ol 4ils land and amount desired we wi! send him an application to fill out. and when till1- 's done and abstract up proved the inspector w ill pass on loan at once. There never was a time when the farmer needed tins service #u badly as now, and we are fortunate in being able to supply this demand. WOOTEN 4 RECTOR, 623 Central Ave. Phone 1308. 5-22-1 w NOTICE TO REGISTRARS All persons who hnvc volunteered their services for the registration of pep-ons for the service of their coun try are requested to meet at rhe court house next. Wednesday evening at 7:2.0 o'clock p nv f> r instructions for the registration work. 2t RIDING HABITS. For Rent of 9ale HOT SPRINGS RIDING HABIT CO ?0» Cottage St. Phone 803 SPECIALS—Tuttl fruttl and maple Ice cream. The Paeteurlred Milk Co 3-22 If. Going Up! Definite notice has been received that all Rubber Goods will ma terially advance in price at an early date. Get Yours Now COMPLETE LINE OF Fisk, Federal, ^Goodyear Cordj Automobile Cas ings and Tubes Centra! Garage Phones 90 and 91—237 Central Avenue—Open Always. “SERVICE FOR YOU.1’ Arlington Studio HAPPY HOLLOW FREE 200. Donkey*, Bull Cart, Pony Wagon* Furnished Free for COMIC PICTURE PHOTO* 8 A. MAXWELL. Prop. tm To MEMPHIS AND Little Rock 12:55 Noon Excellent Connection For Nashville Louisville Chattanooga Atlanta And All Points In Southeast Steel Parfor Car Memphis Dining Car Service all the way serving luncheon leaving Hot Springs. VALLEY STREET STATION PHONE 52 LEON NUMAINVILLE Passenger and Ticket Agent.