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For All The Family Ladies’ Pumps and Oxfords Satin, Bronze, Patent Kid, Vici Kid Gun Metal, Tans, White Buck, Grey Suede, Red Kid, White Canvas. Styles that Will Please Everyone. $2.50 to $8.00 Men’s Oxfords in every leather $3.50 to $7.00 Men’s Silk Sox 50e to $2.00 Children's Slippers $1.00 to $3.50 Ladies Silk Hose 50c to $3.00 KEMPNER’S “THE SHOE STORE AHEAD." Southern Bowling Alleys DUGAN-STUART BLDG. Opposite Arlington Hotel. Four Regulation Alleys. Billiard Tables. More pleasure can be de rived from a game of ten .ns than from any other snort. It sends indigestion and poor circulation to the ••four winds.” ROBT. McROBERTS. Prop. SICK MAN DON’T Leave He! Springs Until Yes Investigate LOPEZ No Medscine Has Such Proofs of its Marvelous CURES. Be Convinced , ~r LOPEZ REMEDY CO. •01 OENTHAL AV* CHIROPRACTIC — The Worlds Greatest Science — A New Road to Health The question always asked la whnl is Chiropractic* Chiro practic is the Science of ad justing (by hand) the displace ments in tin- srdna) column commonly called the back bone. We know that the Pram icgulstes the net vc impulses sent to u 11 parts of the body via the Spinal Cord and out through the til pairs of (treat Tiunk nerves to each and every organ giving them <the power to act There Is only one place where a nerve can he shut off and that is hi the spine. Now, it that be true there can he hut one cause, (pinched nerve*). The Chiropractor removes the cause, amt Nature does the Ho* ling. Your spine U the machine of the body, the same ns tlie engine of the train. Doth have to hr* adjusted. Putting the spine hi position, the body tuns without any trpuklc. The same us arty machinery. Don't any Ibis is impossible, ns thut Is what they told Mar coni about wireless telegraphy and many others who have de veloped the theory flint such i» t true. Many arc being restored to Hentth by Chiropractic. Na ture's own Uemcdy. I dn not treat disease, 1 simply adjust the spine and Nature doe* the TTcnling. Call on me today, leV* talk It over and *et at the Hoot of your trouble. Look for This Sign: -In Business for Your Health 8 D. m poker. Chiropi actor -New Baptist Church Building. The only (jenutne Kteley Institute In „Aikoni*» | For LIQUOR i and DRUG USING. Our patient* bavg tha advantage #r tk* Hot Bpring* bath* CorrMpondann* *•» ddentlal. '702 Park Avenue, investigation solicited iOT SPPINflS AKK Telephone 22*. at KIINU3, AKA. DR. j c WHITACRE, MANAGER Cockburn Ostrich Farm Finest Ostrich Plumes and Novelties * A>'L * v ' * Citjf: Store, 334 Central Ave ! FINAL ATTEMPT TO SAVE ALLEN CLANSMAN — ATTORNEY APPLIES TO U. S. SU PREME COURT FOR A WRIT OF ERROR. Washington, March 21.—Attorneys for Claude Swanson Allen made a last attempt tonight tg> save iblm from the electric chair, where he Is to pay the legal penalty on Marth I 28 for his part, in the Hlllsville, Vu.. court house murders. They applied to Chief Justice White of the supreme | court of the United States for a | writ of error, by which Allen’s con viction in Virginia would he review - ed. They also asked for a super •sedaa to delay the execution untii the supreme court disposed of the case. thief Justice White took the mat ter under consideration with a prom ise to communicate his decision to the attorneys later. The Chief Jus tice of the supreme court or appeals of Virginia yesterday refused to g:ant a similar application. The identical plea was made that Allen had been twice placed in jeopardy for the same offense. BASE BALL. Boston 7, Atlanta 6. Atlanta, Oa., March 21.—The Bos ton National League baseball team won a ninth inning victory front the Atlanta Southern league team here today by a score of 7 to fi. Boston overcame a two run lead Hi the seventh Inning tielng the score fi to ti. Perdue and Tyler pitched for the visitors, while Weater and Brice were in the box for Atlanta. Athletes 12, Houston 2, Houston, Tex., March 21—The Phil adelphia American recruits pounded three local pitchers 'hard today de feating the Houston, Texas league club 12 to 2. Brilliant 'Work In tho field by Stevenson, Daly, Orr, anu' Fritz, and the hitting of Lapp, all of the Philadelphia team featured tJho game, Taft. Cottrell and Houck pitch ed for Philadelphia Cubs 5, Chattanooga 1. Chattanooga Tenn., March 21—The Chicago National league baseball team won from the Chattanooga Sou thern league club here tody 5 to 1. Chattanooga made but ffve hits off Pierce and Smith but played error less hall. Chicago made nine hits and one error. St. Louis 17, U. of Tenn. 0. Nnoxvillf) Tenn., March 21.—The St. I.ouls National league team de feated the University of Tennessee 17 to 0 today. Heading and Schrie ber pitched fo: the leaguers and al lowed but three sate hits. St. I .outs will play Chattanooga of the South ern league Saturday. * Philadelphia 6, Nashville, 0. Nashville, Tenn., Mar 21.— Plunk Bush and Brown pitching for tthe Philadelphia Americans, held Na di vllie to four hits today and won six to nothing. Philadelphia made 9 hts •if Case and Klefharty of t.ie local team, Inft Hehdeo, a recruit, held them hitless during the last three Innings. r DRINK OAKL.MVN MINERAL WAT ER for atonirvn and kidney trou bles. Delivered to all parts of t be city, hone I4»ti f-lg t.f. EXTRA SPECIAL Today On Birds of Paradise Aigretts and French Plumes At The Big Bankrupt Sale Levy Ostrich Feather Co. 332 Central Avenue ___ Rev. O'Neill finyle has returned Trom a visit to Little Rock. J. F. Allen of New York, is a guest at the Eastman.' ■Otto W'MUfadt of Berlin, is a guest at the Eastman. W. W. Wineken of Hartford. Conn, Is stopping at tlhe Eastman. C. G. McGowan of Little Rook, is stopping at the Arlington. J. C. Trees of Pittsburg, Pa., is registered at the Arlington. Miss Katherine Stinson has gone ic Pine Bluff on a business visit. Dr. W, B. Pollard has gone to Bluo Helds, Virginia, on a business visit. 11 F. Kline ot Elizabeth, La , is at the Arlington. G. B. Rose of Little Rock. Is regis tered at the Arlington Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hackney of Mem phis. are at ihe Arlington. Ben C. MeGehee of Little Rock, Is stopping at the Arlington. R. B. McCormick of San Francisco is a guest at the Arlington. Walter Cotter of Memphis, is regis tend at the Arlington. Frank Stang of Sandusky, O., is .1 guest at the Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. S. Tollman ot Freeport, 111., were new arrivals at the Park yesterday. Mr. A H. Danforth of San Antonia, Texas, was a new arrival at the Park yesterday. Miss Lila Rix is in Little Rock visiting Mrs. W. L. Leeves for the Faster season. Mrs. Albert Mendel and children are in Little Rock on a visit to tricnds. Mrs. Sam Iiiiler of Texarkana, Is here on a visit to her daughter. Mrs. K. L. How let t. Mrs. George T. Irvine of Memphis, is here on a visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Toffee Williams. Misses Helen and Esther Quinn have returned from a visit to friends in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Goldstein of Okla homa City. Okla., are guests ut the Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thickstaff of Lin coln, Neb., reaflied the Arlington yes terday. Messrs. I». I,. Taylor and J. R. Brown, olh of IJrookville. Pa., reg istered together at. the Park hotel yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Paiterson of Portsmouth. Ohio, arrived yesterday and w ill make their usual substantial stay as guests at the Park. Mrs. 1.. R. S. Plierson of Panama reached the Kastman yesterday. She plans making a substantial stay. Mrs. i. F. PoirJnskl and children hate'returned to their homo In Wis - consin alter a visit to Mr. and Mrs. D. C Rickards. J. It. Pillow'of Helena, Ark., is mak ing hi* second visit of the "season" to the Arlington. T. C, Van Storcb of Scranton. Pa., reached the Arlington yesterday. He plans making an extended stay. Mrs. James P. Ryan and Miss Mar? Kyan were Included among yester day's arrivals from Chicago, reaching the \riington Henry Curtis, of Jennings. Mich., and Joseph Murphy of Cadillac, Mich , registered together at the Arlington yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Campbell anfi little son. were an Oshkosh. Wis.. ar rival reaching the Arlington yester day. • Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I ncy, Miss C'tara Norvrtl and L. fl. Musgrave. comprised a splendid arrival frorfl Birmingham, Ala., reaching the Arl ington yesterday. J. H. Woodelton and Miss Clra< e A Woodelion of Summit, N. J.( Joined the Kastman's Eastern colony yes* terday. They intend making an ex tended ofay. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brown were prominently included a mobs the many additions to the Arlington’s smart Chicago colony reaching the fashionable hostelry yesterday. W, A. Stuart, the wealthy Tulsa, Oklahoma oil operator who has boon i guest at the Eastman for rhe pas*, week, was joined by his wife yester lay. The young couple plan remain ing until early April. Mr. ami Mrs. N. T. Folwell, of NevP York city, are guests at the Arling ton. They registered yesterday and plan making an extended stay. Wil liam lkie was another New York ar rival reaching the Arlington, Will J. Davis, the well known Chi' cagu theatrical magnate, is paying his annual March tislt to the Arlington He was accompanied by 1. F. Meyer, also of Chicago. The two gentlemen Don’t forget your Hot Cros* Runs today. Phillips Bakery 3 21-lt registered yesterday and |dart mak ing a three weeks visit. S. Silberman of Chicago, reaHhed the Eastman yesterday, joining his wire and family, who preceded hint South by a fortnight. Business af fairs permitting, Mr. Silberman win make a stay of several weeks’ dur ation. Michael E. Dooley of Providence, R. I., is a guest at the Arlington. He is the president of the Exchange Na tional Bank of the thriving New Eng land city. Mr. Dooley is a staunch champion of the Spa and plans mak ing a substantial visit. Mrs. H. B. Onthet of Chicago, with her young soil. .lack, and Miss D. Mc Cullough, arrived yesterday and are guests at tiie Park. Mrs. Onthet is a daughter of Mr. I,. I.. Barth, viw« president of the Hines Lumber Co., of Chi: ago, who has been here since the first week in January. ' Otto Guth of New York, who to gether with his wife spent the month of January at the Arlington, reach ed the Eastman yesterday. He is in the South on a business trip and re grets that he will only he able to remain over Sunday. Mr. Guth Is one of tthe Spa's staunchest cham pions. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Marriage licenses were issued yes terday by County Clerk Davis to the following: James VY. Teal, 2S, to Rosa Bates, 30; and Joe Terry, 27, to Alma E. Phillips, 10. WORKING ON SCHEDULE. Washington. March 21.—Chairman Underwood or the house ways and means committee. Representative Peters of Massachusetts worked all day today on the details of the cus tom house machinery in the adminis tratie sections of the democratic tariff revision hili and on the income lax fentures. The discussion was con tinued at a conference tonight. Druggists Recommend Constipation Remedy HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS POPULAR HERE AND ALL OVER AMERICA—ONLY 25 CENTS. Most people when taking the baths are troubled with constipation nnd for just these persons HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS were compounded They are so good that many doctors prescribe them and visitors who use j them here seldom neglect to take a i generous supply home with them. They act purely without harshness | and expel all the waste matter front | the bowels without discomfort. Por Torpid Liver, Headache, Dizzi ness, Touted Tongue, Bad Breath. Dull Eyes, Pimples and Sallow Skin, they are simply splendid as thousands will agree. All druggists will recommend them because they know users are always satisfied. JAVA BLEND Is a name given to one of our particular blends of coffee J some years ago. Now Java Fiend Coffee is not like the general I'un of 40 cent coffees sold over this city, it is the result of the Mending different coffees together—with but one object In view— and that ob Jett is this—to produce a blend thnt will appeal to a!l lovers of "a good cup of coffee." A BLEND OF THIS KIND is the ambition of every coffee roaster in the country. The blend ers of Ollver-Finnie's mammoth establishment are in possession of the right quality of green coffee, furthermore, they possess that wonderful knowledge gained by practical experience, which is in dispensable in this industry. A pound of this delightful coffee will be delivered to you tomorrow tnorning.if you will phone us. We guarantee it to please you. Try it. IN BULY ONLY 40c A POUND. 4 707 CENTRAL AVENUE TELEPHONE 142 YOU CAN’T BEAT IT Alameda Coffee Albatross Flour First Prize Winners, 1907-1908-1909-1910 1911. no prizes awarded on coffee or flour 1912. ASK YOUR GROCER DR. LEMOINE. DR. BARTON. NO PAIN-NO HIGH PRICES Let us fix those old decayed teeth and you will see your HEALTH r- IMPROVE. WE do It WITHOUT ^ PAIN, so don't dread IL Try ut 3 once and he convinced. Crowns and Bridge Work.|3 to t$ , Filling* of all kinds.50c up / Set of Teeth.|5.00 up Painless Extraction .50c All other work as reasonable. OPEN AT NIGHT AND 8UNDAY3 Union Painless Dentist Madam K, Worcpn. formerly of Chicago. Dressmaking, Indies Tail oring. Phone 129. New Baptist Churdh Bldg.. 121 Court St. Ur. G. Mitpon Hinton has returned to the city and can be found at hie of fice over the Sorrell’s Drug Store. 2-13 «t. - ----- - - » rr » r ▼vx-rrvTTVTi See IF1 o x* “Yourself Buckstaff aths EAUTIFUL EST White Attendants 21 Baths $13.00 G. L, HOGABOOM, Mgr. HOT L EASTMAN and Palatial Baths OPPOSITE ARMY AND NAVY HOSPITAL. TWO BLOfK* qa.iti, „ ° BL0CKS SOUTH OF ARLINGTON HOTEL. Largest Hotel in Hot Springs *" b“ .... a.. Supplied w„:c?rr“;'o:a.,:°- '•°M ouests Conducted on Both American and European Plans j o, *™erican P,an European Plan $21.00 Per Week and Up $2 00 Per Day and Up Private Automobile Service Between n.. r . " Between the Eastman and the Golf and Country Club LYMAN T. HAY. °f U** °f Gue«" Genera! Manager. E. T. OSBORN, wm—11—Man a gar.