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M E ET \ Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday March 12, 13, 14 < Three to Five Flights Daily BY JIMMIE WARD The Dare Devil Young Aviator who has won world fame for his wonderfuj air performances. He has made over 500 successful flights Aviation Field at Oaklawn Street Car Service to the Spot General Admission . .. 50c Children Under 12 Years.25c REDUCED RAILROAD RATES $ ' Flights Each Day Will Take Place After 2 P. M. HORSE SHOW 10 OPEN WEDNESDAY WEATHER MAN PUTS VETO ON THE ENTHUSIASTIC OPENING SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Manager Barnes Announces That the Opening Program Will Be Held on Wednesday. The weather man and the horse show enthusiasm were somewhat at variance yesterday and last night. An all night downpour of rain and prospects of wet weather all day to da>- made it evident at midnight last night tlhat the opening program of the horse show could not be held this afternoon as originally advertised, and the entire program has been post poned until Wednesday. Everything was in readiness for I the big event and the hundreds of enthusiasts who had planned on mak ing the opening day a splendid suc cess found their ardor somewhat dampened by lllie steady downpour of rain during the entire night, ana they retired only partly reconciled to the change in plans which had been necessitated. Manager Barnes stated to the Sen tine.'-Reeord last night that on ac count of the postponement of the opening program, it would be neces sary to hold the final day’s exhibi tion on Saturday, and that as there weie too many classes to be com pleted on Saturday afternoon tlhe show would be held both Saturday alternoon and night. There was keen disappointment on thj part of both citizens and visitors over the enforced postponement, but it was the only alternative, and both management and prospective attend unis will hope that after today good weather will be the rule for the re mainder of the week in order that t ie slhow may be carried out as ad vertised. FROM FOUR STATES. Testimany to the Efficacy of the New Scientific Dandruff Treatment. .Janies C. Row, of Livingston. Mont. "Herpicide cured my dandruff and stopped my hair falling out." Orange McCombs, St. Anthony, Ida ho: "Herpicide cleaned my scalp ot dandruff and made my hair soft as silk ai>id glossy.” W. H. Otis, barber, Champaign. 11!.: ‘‘I used Herpicide on one customer for dandruff and on another for fail ing hair, with excellent results." F\ W. Moody (assistant postmaster) Champaign, 111.: "Herpicide com pletely stopped ray falling hair." ' J. J, Bentley, Sheridan, Wyo.: "Her picide excellent for cleaning the scalp. Sold by leadung druggists. Send ltfc in stamps for sample to The Herpi cide Co., Detroit, Mich. One dollar bottles guaranteed. Jackson's Pharmacy, special agents. WICKERSHAM WRATHY. Will Resign From Bar Association if Lewis Is Expelled. Washington. March 4.- Attorney General Wlckersham said lotlay that he would resign from the American Har association if that organization j sustained the action of its executive 1 committee in ousting W. H. Lewis, a negro, and an assistant attonuey general, from membership. The attorney general declared he was not fighting for the admission of a negro to the organization, but was waging war against the idea that the American Bar association could do a th'ng which he believes to be illegal. NO CONVENTION RATES. Railroads Will Make Politicians Pay Regular Summer Rate. Chicago, March 4.—-Passenger traf fic officials announced today there will be no special rates this year to either the republican or democrat ic national conventions.^ The regular j convention fare of 2 cents a mile in each direction and summer tourist lares will bo the only offerings made , to the delegates going either to Bal I timore or Chicago. Some time ago a general policy was adopted by railroads affiliated witth the central and with the western pas senger associations to the effect that no rates under 2 cents a tnile in each direction should be granted for conventions, Lamp prices reduced at Schmei zel's. Phone 221. Dr. Jo Pace of Uttle Rock spent Sunday and Monday visiting friends in this city. CULBERSON IN J WILSON RANKS rexas Senator Gives Convinc ing Reasons for Favoring Governor. m IS IDEAL MAN FOR PRESIDENCY Democrat of Best Type Who Would Divorce Government From Priv* lleged Claes—Nomination Means Success. Governor Woodrow Wilson. has found a new champion In Senator Cul berson of Texas, who has fFequentl.v been mentioned as a possible nomi nee for the presidency by the Demo cratic national convention at Balti more. In a formal statement issued at j Washington espousing the cause of the New Jersey executive, Senator Culberson say a: "Now that It is practically settled there will be no primary for president. I have no hesitation In saying in re ply to recent Inquiries from Texas Democrats that I believe we should nominate Governor Wilson of New Jersey for president. While all may not agree with him as to some details, Governor Wilson is by birth, educa tion and conviction a Democrat and a Democrat of the very best type. In the present emergency he would ap ply the fundamental principles of democracy to existing deplorable con ditlons In such manner as to restore to the people their government, di vorce the government from a privi leged class and seek the prosperity of the whole country rather than a fa vored few, Wilson’s Policies “He would limit tariff taxes to gov ernmental purposes, he would regu late Justly but effectively railway and other corporations engaged In Inter state commerce, and while he would deal liberally and generously with the pension list be would make it A truth a roll of honor and not a mere medium for a coarse and wholesale as sault upon the treasury. Recent at tacks which have been made upon him raw i n in ' i ■ a,. i Senator Charles A. Culberson. because of bis stand for popular gov ernment and because he let It be known that he did not desire the sup port of special Interests, giving them to understand that they need expect no favor from him after election, have not injured him in public estimation nor swerved him from his high pur pose to serve the whole and not slm ply a part of the people. “The latest criticism of him Is that as governor of New Jersey he has made no effort to modify or repeal the laws of that state under which most of the great trusts have been organ ized. This charge Is entirely baseless, for in his very first message to the legislature Governor Wilson de nounced the existing incorporation laws of the state as having brought discredit upon it and urged such changes in them as would effectually prevent the abuse of the privilege of incorporation. Me also recommended that such scrutiny and regulation should not be confined to corporations seeking charters but Rhould he extend ed to those already In existence. « oirong uanaiaate. “’Governor Wltson, as our candidate for president, appeals to me particu larly at this Juncture in view of con ditions In the Republican party. Pres ident Taft will unquestionably be re nominated by that party. His sympa thy with the regular Republicans and ht* opposition to reforms advocated by the progressive Republicans are well known. While it may be admit ted that the leaders of the progres sives will support the ticket nominat ed by their party, ye* this is not true of the rank and file who as a rule are without political ambition and conse quently have no party loyalty to ma*» tain. To a greater extent than i of the Democratic candidates for the nomination Governor Wilson would draw from this class of voters besides holding every Democrat worthy of the name and drawing largely from the educational classes and the inde pendent element, fits campaign, like the one he made for governor of New Jersey, will be remarkable In our his tory for intellectual vigor in grasp of present political conditions and In clearness of statement of the rente dlea he Is unexcelled by any pub lie man of the tlm*s. We must not underrate the strength and resources of the Republican party and should not delude ourselves with the belief that any man we nominate can be elected. We must draw from the dis satisfied Republicans and the Inde pendents to win and in my judgment the surest wsy to > :> this is to nonji Date Governor Wilso^r." / Mr. and Mrs. W. S. CodR ofJXilcago ^cre, the guests of MrtLjJ>t'Vs Mrs. M. E. H^rotjjg WESTERN UNION j Day Letters They beat the mails Night Letters / THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY INVESTIGATE PATRONAGE (Continued From Page One.) view. Whereupon these two postmas ters, by persuasions and promises of official favor, endeavored to get Elam to change his allegiance to Colonel | Roosevelt and side with them in their effort to have this committee indorse the candidacy of President Taft.” Lewis, in his letter, also charged Postmaster P. D. Barker of Mobile, Ala., with activity for President Taft. Barker, he says, is now writing let ters to postmasters urging them to indorse President Taft. He purports to quote from one of Barker’s let ters, as follows: ‘‘ ‘Roosevelt has no idea of being a candidate for president, but is simp ly pretending to run in order to get Tatt committed to his candidacy in 191f>, and this will be arranged in a few days wfhen Roosevelt will come out and indorse Taft.”* Barker, Lewis says, lias been giv ing out interviews for Taft and against Colonel Roosevelt. Senator Bristow's resolution was re ferred to the committee on contin gent expense, will consider the cost of such an Inquiry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Westcott have returned from Little Rock. Mrs. J. W. Tollman and cihildreu of St. Louis arc here to spend the week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Eisele. -T. M. Knsor of Little Rock ami Miss L. I’. House of Chicago wore quietly married here last night, Judge Alford officiating. ! I'm HOW THE TRAINS RIIN IRON MOUNTAIN TIME CARD. Train* Arrive. No. 893—From local point* betm»34 Benton and Hot Springs on local frel^l train (dally exee|>t Sunday), 7:15 a. t3 No. 17—From St. Louis, Chicago. Ka> 8 sns City, Mem phi*, Little Rock, Tei* ’• <• and California, 10:06 a. m. No. 19—From St. Louis. Kansas Clri^ Fort Smith, Little Rock and Texa 2:76 p. m. No. 843—From St. laml*. Kansas CirJ Memphis, Little Rock, Pino Bluff Texas, 10:15 p. m. Train* Depart. No. 814. for Pin* Ulurf. Little RoctU Texas, California, Kansas City, Meit phis and St. Isiuis. 7:16 a. m No. 894—For local points between R((g Springs and Benton on local freij train (daily except Sunday;, 8:00 *. *'s§ No. 20—For Little Rock. Fort 8nn and Kansas City, 11:30 a. m. No. 18—For St. Louis, Chicago, Ka: sas City, Memphis, Little Rock, Pta>| Bluff, Texas, California and New Or leans, 5:30 p. m. ROCK ISLAND TIME CARD. All trains arrive and depart from Bet ; ton street station, opposite the poaWj flee. Train* Depart. P. m. daily, New York and (Yi M 1: cago, Okalhoma and California. 7:25 p. in. dally, Little Rre-k, MernyMil Limited, connects at Memphis for ti| points. 6:30 p ,m. daily, exrey: Sunday, Nil vern local. Train* Arrive. 10:35 a. m dally. • cm Memphis, U| tie Rock and Oklahoma. 10.05 a. m., except Sunday, from vern. 3:55 p. m. daily, fioin New Tor* all points east. 7:40 p. m. dalty, from Idttle RoriS Oklahoma and points cast. 8:15 p. m , except Sunday, from vern. No. 40, the 1:30 p. m. train, tot through steel sleepers to Chicago i*| Kansas City, parlor car to Mernphl* nil dining car from Little ltock, all *1*1 coaches to Memphis. Direct conr»ctl«| it Little Rock to Oklahoma. Caitf#nB| tnd all points west. Connect at M»| phis for all points. Quickest tlm* Now York city without extra far*. 7 30 a. m. dally, except Sunday, vern local. 7:55 a. m. dally. Little Rock local Ni Cnw iS]©if For reservations, rates, tickets and any information, call at office, or Iron Mountain Giving greatly improved service between HotSprings, Little Rock, I t. Smith, CofFcyville and Kansas City, and from points in the South and Southeast to Kansas City and e West and Northwest. Schedule M' C». H"t Spriu, At. 3(25 P- M. }!*S £ M. At. Littlr Rotl Lv. 13:15 P. M. \£ f* Lv. UttW Rock Ar. 12 08 P. M. Ar. For* Smith Lv. 8:35 A. M. Ar. CofforvilJe Lv. t:7SA. M. 7:30 A.M. Ar. KuiutCit), Lv. 8.20 P. M. I his new train—carryingObscrvation-Cah Car between Hot Springs ami Ft- Smith and Our Own” Dining Car into Kans** City, with Standard Pullman Sleeper and Elegant Chair Cars and Coaches running through—provides every comfort and con venience. GEORGE W. HOUSLEY, General Agent, HOT HPRINOS, ARK.