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X Formaldehyde X
X Copperas £
X Pratt's Chloride. X
X Kr,'°- X
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X Sulphur. x
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X Fly Paper* (Poison and Sticky). x
* Roach Paste anl Powdere. £
X Moth Balia. *
X Dusenberry'e Sure Death for x
x Bedbugs. * • - X
X Daisy and King Fly Killers. X
X Chinese Joss Sticks. X
P This Is the time to use the above x
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■MjM M A B B 0 841S ^ E 0 Ml 910K O K
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE MADE
Upholstering. Screen Work and All Kindi
or Cabinet Work.
Show Cases Wait Cases, Reflnlshlnj
and Repairing Done. New and Second
Hand Furniture Bougtt ard Sold. Callet
for and Delivered.
MAPES A TRAVER
Factory and Store, 1017 and 1019
Phone 1792, 1 ring; residence phone,
1792, 2 rings.
Tnufir mil Storage Compinr
ui unu uniiii arm
Office corner M*)veri> A»rn.
sad Vnllev ptr«f *
6 Inch - $ 7.50
8-Inch - 950
12-Inch - 13.50
16-Inch - 16.00
Best 4-Blade, 58
inch sweep ceiling
FAN put up $27.50
12 and 16 inch Os
ciJators come high
er than desk
* See this line before buying
619 Central Ave. Phone 221
" JAMES L GRAHAM
MAKE8 A SPECIALTY OF THE
DAMAGE SUIT PRACTICE
Office, 746; Residence, 1989.
Office, S03‘/a Central Avenue.
'J'HE waiter knows that
he is serving a dis
criminating guest when
ordered to bring
The Beer of Quality^
This is the beverage beyond
compare, and is appropriate for
all times and occasions. Whole
some and refreshing—a delight
to the eye and the palate—the
perfection of brewing.
Bottled only at the
brewery in crystal
clear bottles, showing
at a glance that it
is clean and pure.
This is the beer for your borne.
v Phone or write
A. J. Gunther
721 Central Ave.
Phone 137—if busy M
OPENS HERE TODAV
SESSION OPENS AT THE AUDITO
KIUM THEATER THIS MORN
ING AT 11 O’CLOCK.
Baseball Game THjt Afternoon Be
tween Hot Springs and Little Rock
Teams Features Entertainment.
* VISITING E1VKS. X
X - *
x All visitors In Hot Springs *
* who are members of the Elks x
y are cordially invited to Join with X
X tlie Hot Springs lodge and the y
X Elks of Arkansas in all the fun x
* and festivities of the two day X
X convention which begins this *
x morning. y
The fourth annual convention of the
Arkansas Elks’ association convenes
in this city this morning at 11 o’clock,
l ate yesterday afternoon delegates
and officers of (he various lodges,
and In many instances accompanied
by enthusiastic members, arrived as
an advance goad'd of the big conven
The local committee has arranged
for the occasion the following pro
gram for today:
At Auditorium theater, 11 a m.:
Address of Welcome Bro. L. E.
Response—Bro. J. A. Gonocchio,
(president of Arkansas State Associa
tion of Elks.
£ p.m.—'visit to tne Mew wattor an,l
Ostrich Farms and sight-seeing in
ppirk, also liOop the Dip rides.
3 p.m. Baseball game between Blks
from Little Hock and Hot Springs
lodges, with plenty of refreshments
on the theater porch, or wherever you
might sight a cold one in working
9 p.m.—Grand hall at the Arlington.
The hall game Is one of the big fea
tures for today, as the members of
the Hot Springs and Little Rock
teams have both practiced well for
tin* occasion, and certainly there will
be a warm contest. Dr. W. C. Forbes
has consented to officiate as umpire,
and It Is probable that the double
system will be inaugurated, with Su
perintendent Harry Myers of the Hot
Springs reservation as field umpire.
Hot Springs—Ixitz, ss: Longinottl,
3b; Collins, 2b; Owens, lb; Davis, cf;
Lehman, If; Crleson, rf; Thompson,
c; Moody, p; Hogaboom, p; Igiwrence,
I title Rock—Hill, ss; Frazier, 3b:
Let son, 2b; Atkins, lb; Dabbs, cf;
Reid, If; Franklyn, rf; Winder, c;
Farrell, p; Harper, p; Martin, sub;
A. C. “Duke” Pohn, of the Pine
Bluff lodge of Blks, arrived yester
day afternoon to make arrangements
for the visitors from that city. Some
thing more than 40 enthusiastic Blks
of the Pine Bluff lodge will he here
today, nni they will Immediately in
augurate a campaign fo.r the 1913 eon
veuilcn for their city. Already the
Pine Bluff lodge has a lot. of good,
particular boosters in the local organ
ization, and there is little doubt but
that their campaign will be success
ful, for they will be prepared to offer
all kinds of liberal attractions for the
Blks if they will visit Pine Bluff in
SENATE TITANIC REPORT.
Committee Will Make Report on Re
Washington, May 27—Senator Smith
of Michigan, tomorrow will submit to
the senate the commerce committee’s
report on the Titanic disaster, review
ing the evidence before the sub-com
mittee and making recommendations
for legislation to safeguard ocean pas
One of the latest affidavits obtained
from Mrs. George A. Widener of Phila
delphia, bearing on her dinner party
aboard the Titanic a few hours before
the vessel sank, stated that Captain
Smith did not drink any Intoxicant at
that affair. Senator Smith will lire
sent tills with a mass of evidence
along many other lines, in ills speech
tomorrow, wuen he will criticise the
condition under which the Titanic was
Senator Raynor will speak on ihe
lessons of ihe disaster, and other sen
ators may contribute to the discussion
of the accident.
NEW TRIAL DENIED.
Washington, May 27.—The supreme
court of the United States today de
clined to grant a new trial to Chesters
Jordan, the actor, who was convicted
of having murdered his wife near
Boston. Her dissected body was stuf
fe in a trunk.
Jordun claimed tnat tie was denied
a constitutional trial because one of
the jurors who sat in his case was
found to have been insane 24 hours
after the verdict was handed in.
BEEF PRICES UP.
Reached 13|/a Cents on New York
New York, May 27.—The highest
price since 1882 was reached by beef
in the wholesale market here today
when It sold at 13V4 cents a pound in
bulk. It is said to mean from lVfc
to 2 cents a pound increase for prime
meats at retail. The primary cause
of the high prices, the wholesale men
say, la the continued scarcity of cat
tle. Small retail dealers continue
to talk of ruination of their business
because consumers are greatly cur
tailing Aieat purchase.*
THIRD WARD ADDED TO TOTAL
IN SCHOOL ELECTION BUT
MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
Rhine Make* up Nine Vote* But i*
Still Three Behind M'Keehan
When Whole l« Summarized.
T'ircuit. Judge Cotham In an ex
haustive decision yesterday morning
in circuit court granted a writ of
mandamus requiring the judges of
election In the recent school election
to count the votes of the Third ward,
52 in number.
The judges complied with the writ
immediately after its issuance and
Dr. Rhine, who had applied for the
writ, made up nine of the 12 major
ity McKeehan had over him, but Me- |
Keehan still wins by the small mar
gin of three votes.
Every point in contention was de
cided in favor of. Dr. Rhine and ‘
against those who tried to have the
1 bird ward thrown out of the count.
T he only thing asked in the writ de
nied was that the county clerk be
ordered to certify out the election of
Rhine in the event he had made up
a sufficient vote to put him a win
The court ruled that the clerk.
Robert H. Mooney, had certified out
the election as it had been certified
in to him, that it was not necessary
to issue a writ to require him to do
something that had not yet come to I
N>Im to do, and that part of the peti
tion was denied.
Mr. Miooney stated that in the
event Rhine had a majority in nhe
totals he woult at least have mad*:
an official record of the situation,
and followed the law as an indiffer
ent party to the action, which seems
to have been his policy throughout
Judges Searcy, Ctoslee and Wails,
of the Third ward, assembled im
mediately after the writ was issued,
and made a count of the Third ward
box, which contained 62 votes. The
Williams . 19
McKeehan . 22
Rhine . 21
Klein . 25
Taylor . 2
it was shown In the count of the
votes that some pink tickets had been
admitted by the judges, at least sev
en showing in the count. It was
also shown that two “single shots”
had been voted, one for McKeehan
and one for Rhine, and that about
four of the voters had voted a Rhine
MoKeehan ticket, which showed both
the contestants as their preference.
One ballot was not properly mark
ed and was thrown out. The voter
had cast his vote for three of the
candidates, and as he could not vote
for but two under the law, the judgeR
simply laid aside the ballot, which
would have made no difference in the
As the count proceeded it was
found that some of the ballots did
not have the initials of the election
I judges on the hack, but it was decid
ed that this technicality would be
waived, and the judges would count
all the ballots, and submit their re
The decision of the court was ren
dered before quite a crowd assem
bled in the court room. Prosecuting
Attorney J. B. Wood, who had con
ducted the opposition to opening the
box, was a listener, as were Col. E.
W. Rector, Judge O. H. Sumpter, and
several other members of the bar,
im luding counsel for the petitioners,
Jude Leslie, and Attorneys Lyons
Circuit Judge Cothatn left nothing
to conjecture in his decision. He
went carefully over the petition for
the writ, and as carefully over the
answer to the writ, and the author
ities he cited In his decision covered
every point in contention.
RABBI RHINE’S STATEMENT.
“No one deplores more than I do
the injection of bitterness and polit
ical partisanship Into the recent elec
tion. School elections, Involving as
they do the sa red rights of the child,
should above all he conducted on the
highest possible plane. At the same
time, no man who values his citizen
ship in a democracy can stand idly
by and permit his rights to be dis
“A. man who runs for office, no
matter how insignificant that office
he. is entitled to know the number
of votes cast for him. and to demand
that all legal votes be counted. This
was our contention, and the court
sustained us. !We have rough t for a
principle and we have won. The rest
“The count shows that Mr. McKoe
ban was elected, and I congratulate
him most heartily. It is a privilege
to be in a position to be of service
to the public, particularly when su2h
service is rendered without remu
“I take this occasion to extend my
‘hanks to all those citizens who pa*d
me the compliment of voting tor me,
and thereby approved of whatever
ervlcee I may have rendered the
schools of the city in the past.
‘‘I wish to thank particularly those
who stood by me during the Tile
inpleasantness.’ And now that *he
’moke of the battle has cleared, let
us trust that all the recent differences
vill he soon forgotten, and that a
mited citizenship will uphold the
hands of the school board, in their
endeavor to make our school system
as great and as efficient as possible.
“A. B RHINE.”
TO THE PUBLIC.
After May 21912. I. Geo C. Raum.
will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by my wife. Cecil Raum.
COULD NOT SLEEP
VI ITCHING RASH
All Over Baby’s Body, Head and Face.
Scratching Made Sores. Used
Cuticura Soap and Ointment and
Have Had No Further Trouble.
•‘On July 27, 1909, we left Boston for a
trip to England and Ireland, taking baby
with us. After being in Ireland a few days
a nasty rash ca^ie out all
over his body, »'e took
him to a doctor who said
it was chicken pox. and
gave us medicine for him.
The trouble started in the
form of a rash and was all
over baby’s body, head
and face, at different
times. It irritated, and
he would scratch it with
all his might. The con- I
sequence was it developed
1 into sores, and we were
afraid It would leave
nasty scars on his face.
TV lieu WB iruuicu
England we took baby to another doctor,
who said his condition was due to change of
food and climute, and gave more medicine.
The rash got no better, and it used to itch
uml burn at night so bad that the child could
not sleep. He was completely covered with
ft at different times. It was at this time that
my mother advised us to try Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. After using Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment for about nine months
the places disappeared. There are not any
scars, or other kind of disfigurement, and
baby is completely cured by the Cuticura
Soap and Ointment. We have had no further
trouble with baby’s skin. Nothing stopped
the itching, and allowed baby to sleep but
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment.”
(Signed) Mrs. Margaret Gunn, 29 Burrell St.,
liorbury, Boston, Mass., March 12, 1911.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold
throughout the world. Send to Potter Drug
4 Chein. Corp., Dept. 14A. Boston, for free
sample of each with 32-p. book on the skin.
X SECRET SOCIETIES. X
Hot Springs Chapter No. 47, R. A. M.
meets every second and fourth mondays
L. H. BARRY, H. P.
Hot Springs Council No. 23, R. & S. M
meets every second Monday after Chap
ter E H. ELLSWORTH. T. I. M.
Hot Springs Commandery, No. 5, K. T
meets every first Monday.
F. V. P. ELLSWORTH, E. C.
Hot Springs Lodge No. 62. F. & A. M.
Masonic Temple, first and third Friday!
at 3 p. m.
JAS. S. REAMEY. W. M.
Sumpter Lodge No. 419, P. A A. M
South Hot Springs, near end of Ouachlt;
avenue car line, second and fourth Frf
days at 7:30 p. m.
JOHN R. SEARCY. W. M
Robt. Cartney, Secretary.
Hot Springs Chapter No. 69, O. E. 8
Masonic Temple, third Monday at 8.
MISS MAUD SPIVEY, W. M
Mrs. J. R. Demby, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Hot Springs Valley Lodge No. 67, I. O
O. F., meets every Monday night in Oil.
Fellows’ hall, corner of Prospect and Kg
change. All visiting brothers Era cor
dtally Invited to attend.
E. J. LAMB. N. Q
Robt. Koehler, Secretary.
Hot Fprlngs Encampment No. 8, I O
O F. meets every Friday night In Od;
Fellows’ hall, corner of Prospect and Eg
change. All visiting Patriarchs plea.se at
tend. E. S. HOSMER, C. P
R. KOEHLER, Scribe.
Garland Rebecca Lodge No. 79. I. O. O
F., meets every first and third Tuesda>
night at Odd Fellows' hall.
MRS. CALL1E N. FERGUSON, N.(
Mrs. Maggie Oethers, Secretary.
B. P. O. E.
Hot 8prlngs Lodge No. 280 meet* ev*rj
Wednesday evening, 8:30 sharp, secont
floor Masonic Temple Building. Vlsltiui
brothers cordially Invited.
8. P. McKEEHAN, E. R
Redmond Joyce. Secretary.
F. O. E.
Aerie and club rooms located at N<»
514 Central avenue. Hot Springs Aerh
No. 51 meets every Thursday at II p. m
Visiting Eagles and ladles are alway*
welcome. Club rooms open from 9 a. m
until 10 p. m., except Tuesday and Wtd
nesday. JOHN P. MAY, W. P.
Vincent West. Secretary.
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY
Hot Springs Council No. 2016, Knight*
and Ladles of Security meet at Oddfel
low's hall, first and third Thursday nighti
Visiting members cordially welcomed.
DR. JOHN EEWKE8, Pres
J. J. Hickman, Secretary.
Elwood Smith, Organizer.
I. O. R. M.
Manat aka Tribe, No. 6, Improved Or
iler of Reilmcn, meets over Morris dru*
store every Thursday evening. Visitor*
A. J. GUERIN, Sachem
Robert Cartney. C. of P,
M. W. OF A.
Hot Springs Camp No. 13343, Moderi.
Woodmen of America, meets at 802 1
Central avenue on the second and fourtl
Wednesday at 8 p. m. C, A MeCoi
nell and A. W. Berrow. physicians
W. R. WILLIAMSON, V. C.
J. J. Hickman, Clerk
K. OF P.
Meets every Tuesday night. 114 1
ROBT. H. LOWER. C. C
Jas. 8. McConnell. K. of R. & B.
W. O. W.
Stiver Leaf Camp No. 8, Woodmen ol
the World, meets at Moose hall, 720 1
Central avenue, first and third Thursday
nights of each month. Visiting sovereign*
Invited to attend.
D. S BARNES, C. C.
J. J. Hickman, Secretary.
Meets every second and fourth Thurs
day. Visiting sovereign* invited to at
LIBBIE O'NEAL, Guardian
Maggie Oethers, Clerk.
O. O. O.
Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday
night at 8 o'clock, at Moose Hall, 720 1-*
Central avenue. Visiting Owls cordially
JAS. L. GRAHAM, President
JOHN T. SIMMONS. Secretary.
L. O. O. M.
Hot Springs Lodge No 504, Loyal Ordei
it Moose, meets every Friday evening Ir
he Moos# hall 720 1-2 Central Ave Vis
ting brothers cordially Invited.
DR. JOHN M. FEWKES, Dictator.
S U P. Smith. Secrete r*
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it by apply
ing Chamberlain's Liniment and mas
saging the parts freely at each appli
cation. Far sale by all dealers.
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X play of Diamonds, Watches, Solid Gold and Em- >
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THE EDWARDS' HOSPITAL
252-254 CEDAR ST.
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TREATMENT of BLOOD DISEASES BY ‘‘606''
A. J. EDWARDS, Physician In Charts.
Visit* to patients In ward* only permitted
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FILLINGS of all ... up.
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Painless extraction .. •*'*
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