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j BLOOD PIIBIFI I a Is a Wonderful Reconstructive Tonic and « WILL POSITIVELY CURE £ Syphilis orRheumatism m You are cordialiy invited to visit our offices and get your medical examination and advice ■ V J ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE ■ whether you purchase our remedy or not ■ John Tripp Remedy Co. ♦ 714 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. 5 r CONTAINS NO MERCURY AND NO POTASH i. ATTACK ON MEAT INSPECTION LAW WOMAN TELLS COMMITTEE HOVt LAW HAS BEEN LOST SIGHT OF IN REGULATIONS. Exhibit* a Sealed Packers Can Con tabling Two Pounds of Taffy Candy. Washington, D. C., May 8 —The Iiov. Caroline Hanett Crane of Mic».i gan told the house committee on ex pendltureg in the agricultural depart ment today how, In her opinion, the meal Inspection law had been vitiated by regulations made by the bureau n( animal industry In the department ol agriculture. Mrs. Crane appeared hi support of the resolution of Repre sentative Nelson which asks for a congressional Inquiry into the admin istration of the meat Inspection law The witness resented the sugges tion thai she charged a conspiracy be tween the beef trust and the depart mem of agriculture. She said she simply was trying to show how th> regulations of the department had lowered the requirements of meat In spectlon and the possibiltty of fraud and deception in the part of packers Mrs. Crane made no speciih charges of fraud against any packer "Here Is an object lesson,” sai l Mrs. Crane, producing a lard can env belllshed with the label of a well known packing house. Attached to the label , was tht legend, "Inspected by the Unite? States Department of Agriculture and Passed." Inside the lard can was the government seal. Qui kly breaking (he seal, Mrs Crane exhibited the "lard.” It proved to be a couple of pounds of brov.t taffy, done up tn tissue patter. When the laughter had subsided Mrs. Crane passed the candy around Mrs. Crane recounted her exper ienceo tn packing houses in severa cities to show that the ante-morien examination of cattle and hogs wa. perfunctory and that condeninei meat was not so labeled, although the law requires that It be stamped and destroyed. The witness paid a tribute to the employes of the meat, inspection ser vice. The inspectors she believed honorable and painstaking public servants. Instead of criticising them, she criticised the department. «Peo pie were being deceived, she said, hv the descriptions of ante mortem ex aminations given the country by Solicitor McCabe and Chief Melvin and the bureau of animal Industry. Mrs. Crane will continue her test! mony tomorrow. OROZCO MOVES TO ATTACK THE FEDERAI.S OPPOSING ARMIES RAPIDLY AP PROACH FOR DECISIVE BAT TLE OF REVOLUTION. Orosco’s Headquarters, Near Rsca Ion, Mexico, May 8.—General Pasoutl Orozco today gave the order to his troops to advance on (he federal*. The latter have beeen coming northward from Torreott. Within 24 hours the greatest body of rebels and govern ment troops that has ever come to gether is expected to clash in what it is though twill l»e the turning point of the revolution. Two columns of 1,000 men each moved today along parallel lines and east and west of tho railroad, to at- j tack Bormejillo and Mapiml, towns not far from Torre on, the railroad gateway to central Mexico. , Supporting the columns from the rear center are 4,000 men under Gen eral Luis Kernamie* and Colonels Car avero and Amaya. Behind these is j unother large body of reserves. The general staff of the insurrectos Is 30 miles behind the advance guard which la near PeiOnal. The insurrecto columns are moving slowly. Scouts report a gradual ad vance of the federal*. "ROSS’ DEAD QUICK" SPRUY KILLS INSECTS. 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Arduous Duties will Probably Kees It In Session up to Date of Conven tion—Propose Chanfle in South Now York, May 8.—The republican national committee will meet in Cbc cago Thursday afternoon, June (<, to decide contests among delegates to the national republican convention. The call for the meeting was Issued today by William Hayward, secretary of the committee. Indications that there will he an unusual number of contests this year. Mr. Hayward said, had been considered by Victor Rose water, the committee's acting chair man and himself in sending out the call for the early meeting. A few contests already have been brought officially before the committee's of ficers. The time limit for filling con tests is May 29. Mr, Hayward also announced that he would place before the committee a plan that will affect the represen tation of the 'South in republican na tional conventions. The principal ob jection to plans previously suggested, he said, was the elimination of the congressional district as the unit rep resentation. Hie plan would change the basis of representation, he sal 1. and still retain the congressional dis trict as the unit. “What we want to do, is possible," Mr. Hayward said, “is to get the com mittee together early enough to have sufficient time to consider the con tests deliberately. The sessions probably will be executive as hereto fore. . We have received some notices ol (ontosts, but nowhere as many as re ported by the newspapers. Also have not received anywhere near a'i the credentials " Mr. Hayward left New York this afternoon for Chicago, where he ex pects to remain until after the con vention. The national committee, he said, probably would be In session every day after June t> until the con vention. “The question of southern repre sentation that has been agitated in every convention that I cilh remem ber,” Mr. Hayward said, “probably will be acted upon by (he committee in the nature of a recommendation to the convention. While, in my opin ion, a majority of the delegates to the convention have been heartily in fa vor of making the change in this re spect, the difficulty has been they did not desire to abandon the congreg sional district as a unite of represen tation. The southern districts hav s representation in congress according to population, including the negroes. Then the negroes can he disfran chised. The natural result is that in many of the southern districts are very few republican votes, and yet. of course, they have the delegates." Mr. Hayward added that he ((re ferred not to make public the plan until it was submitted to the commit tee. Kansas for Roosevelt. Independence, Kan., May 8.—After adopting resolutions favoring the en tire progressive movement, the re publican state convention today se lected four delegates at large to the national convention and Instructed them for Roosevelt. The Tap strength In the convention was 104, the Roosevelt strength 7!>n. A. M Harvey of Shawnee, former lieutenant governor of Kansas and a Taft delegate, in a speech to the con vention, said: "When President Taft is renomi nated at Chicago, 1 ask you t'eliow> who have defeated us today to got out and work and vote for him." ♦No! No! Wo won’t,’* shontofi m delegate. Amid the uproar that followed Governor St tilths managed to maltt himself heard. "Never niind. hoys well fix that matter up at Chliag; when we nominate Roosevelt,” hi cried. Wil-son Safe in Texas. Dallas. Texas, May 8.—Further r« turns from democratic county conveti tions do not change the result as h the several presidential candidate Wilson is far out of danger and hii lead Is increasing as the returns fro remote counties drift in. Early re [ ports tonight swell his totaf state cor vention vot to ;i47 5-6. Harmon strength has been advanced barely ,pei ccptlbly, he now having 124 5-6 star conventions. There are yet to b< and Underwood none. One hundred and ninety-five coup ties have reported the atton of thei conventions. Tsere are yet to bt beard front fifty counties, but thest are small and remote, having on hi average one contention vote each. No combination against Wiliam can Impair hln convention strength. Roosevelt's lead is advancing 1 slightly, he now having tits 1-2 eon von | tlon votes against President- Taft's 291-2. I'tortyfone delegations, each with one convention vote, have thus far been reported as Instructed. Both sides are confident of eventual vic tory. PUBLIC SCHOOL DANGERS. _ / Close Calls the Youngsters Have When Crowded During Study. “ There Is no doubt but what the ldanger time in the life of the child Is the school time and the play time. Statistics show that the largest per centage of deaths occur among chil dren. The reason for this lies in the fact that your child is jostling, pushing, jamming against children from alley ways and byways—from homes where disease lurks, and the germs are trail ed and scattered between the young sters. Against this you or your child have had no protection to speak of. Mumps, infantile paralysis, diphtheria, measles, dozens of other germ dis eases are brought home. “I never sent, my children to school but what I trembled for fear they would come home with some disease," said M,rs. B. H. Ruchinann of Chicago, ‘‘Part of the time I sent them to pri vate school just to give my over wrought nerves a rest. Many times f have had to fight sore throats. Now I send them off to school with a light heart, for I make them use BENE TOL and; study the wonderful infor mation in the folder in the carton, ! and I rest easy.” We know that Benetol will do any thing that is claimed for it. Call on us at once. Hot Sirrings Pharmacy, ti()8 Central avenue, and get a small supply. You will never be without it thereafter. ATTACK MADE ON A SOUTHERN BISHOP NEGROES CHARGE BISHOP NEEL EY WITH ABSENCE AND UN FAIRNESS IN DEALINGS, Minneapolis, Minn., May 8.—Bishop Thomas B. Neeley of New Orleans was under fire of the general confer ence of the Methodist Episcopal church, in session here again today. The Rev. Edwin C. Griffith, trustee of the Arch Street Methodist Episco pal church of Philadelphia, presented a motion asking the conference to in vestigate the actions of Bishop Neeley and declared the church had been treated in an unwise and unfair man ner in the appointment of a pastor. Bishop Neeley earlier fry the session was attacked by a number of the ne gro delegates from the south, the ne groes asserting that In the four years past he had been but a short rime at his Episcopal home in New Orleans. The conference today went on rec ord as favoring union of Methodist, Episcopal churches and the Methodist Episcopal church, South. Included in the work done by the conference today is the following. "Commended Indian Commissioner Robert G. Valentine for his order di recting that in government schools all insignia or garb of any particular de nomination he laid aside. Adopted resolution preventing elec tion tt> any office of the general con ference of any man who uses tobacco In any form. Adopted the Rice resolution declar ing the Methodist Episcopal church would prosecute mission work in so called Woman and Greek Catholic countries despite the action of the Ecumenical missionary conference at Edinburgh, which went on record as opposed to mission, work by Protest ant ehnrches in such countries. Ordered re-eonsidered by committee in order to l>e made more drastic, res olution concerning Kenyon-Shepherd bill now before congress, which pro hibits introduction of liquor into prP hibltlon states. Referred to committee resolution asking that each member of the church give to the church one-tenth i of his income. . The Episcopalcy committee of the church, which has been holding exec utlve sessions daily, and which politi . cally is one of he principal bodies of . the church, in (hat it recommends the , number of bishop^ to be elected, i« said to be deadlocked on the number . which will he superannuated at this , session bf the conference. On the number which will retire to a great extent depands 'he number of new . bishops to be chosen. * How’s Thisr* • W* offer On* Hundred I>ollars Reward for an* caw of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall • Catarrh Cure. F J. CHENEY A OO.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have Known K. .1 < Vnry fbr the last 15 years. and believe him perfectly hoe orable In all outineaa transactions and flnanclady able to carry out any obligation* made hy his Arm. Waliumo. KIHvin At Marvin. Wholesale Drugs?* t*. TofoVv O Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and raucous surface* of the system lY«nmonlata sent free. Price ;s cents m* »ot<l/ by ail Drugehfm. . "kke liaiPs Family Pilta lor const lyatka 1 Special jjj 1 Sale \\ 2 j c | Crepe Night Gown | \ | with thread to work f \ | all for $1.00. Just ! % • the thing- for sum- 2 c 2 mer \year at | c I Mrs. C. Higgins ] [ | Art Store | c j 606 Central Avenue ! c CltHROIOMMWniMtlMO* C c 1 i c ! Dreamland \\ ■. . . ! c i ——;-! c j (Formerly Babcock Panting i £ ! Hall). \ c c < Has changed bands and will < ! be closed for a few days while < 1 t \ extensive improvements are * made. I 2! The new management will £ ■ | conduct the place In a first 2 [ class manner, catering to the 21 best people. lHtnces will be *1 i given Monday, Wednesday, ■ 2 Friday and Saturday nights. 5 « Classes taught every afternoon. • | [ Grand Opening I | Wednesday Night : [ May 15th j i4|| t ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE MADE , TO ORDER. Upholstering. Screen Work and All Kinds of Cabinet Work. Show Cases Wall Cases, Refinlshlng I and Repairing Done. New and Second Hand Furniture Bougia and Sold. Called for and Delivered. j MAPES & TRAVER Factory and Store, 1017 and 1019 j Malvern Avenue. Phone 1792. 1 ring; residence phone, 1792, 2 rings. and SATISFACTION “2000 Pounds make a Ton” PHONES 406 407 PILES! PILES! PILES!! WILLIAMS*- INDIAN PILE OINTMENT Will cure Blind, Bleeding at*f Itching riles. 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You never get stale candy when you buy f ft Nunnally's § I Your Safety Razor Blades sharpened better than new | B i 35 cents a dozen, s f§ | HENRY WEIMAR | J > Prescription Druggist. 122 Central Avenue § >0000000 00*00 0 000000000 0 0 0000(00 0 0 0 00000000 000000000 i—b— i irr-1—wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm flBCB tip* | CANDY | I FOR SALE AT Lemly’s Drug Store I ESTABLISHED 187». SM CENTRAL AVENUE. TELEPHONE M1 ■-■— ——— I. — I ll'gf b You came to Hot Springs 2 a For the benefit of its waters, a b If you miss drinking a | DeSOTO WATER j ■ YOU HAVE MISSED HALF YOUR TREATMENT i gg " . 1 m ► DeSoto Building On-the-A venue : *m- "*m ~L ITT~' "r ' " ■■ ■■■".— . W.— ■ — .... ■ ■ ■ >»— ~FOR REAL—~ SPRING CHICKEN MEALS -TRY -- DOBRY’S TAVERN Malvern Road' Telephone 1549 NO PAIN—-NO HIGH PRICKS Let u8 fix th''Bo old decay'd and you will see your HEALTH !M- j PROVE. WE do it WITHOUT PAR* ho don’t dread it Try us once bo'convinced. t CROWNS and BRIDGE WORK .-** ® . $3 to »3 i KILLINGS of all kl«ids ....50a uf' SET OK TEETH .10.00 »*• | PaInlcHg extraction .gf¥6 -— :===: ah oilier work a^ reasonai>j*# Union Painless Dentist. CZIL OFEN AT NIGH A AND SUNDAYS.